Hattori Racing Enterprises is an anomaly within NASCAR ranks as they participate in the K&N Pro Series East along with the Gander Outdoors Truck Series, where they won the championship title last year with Brett Moffitt. And that’s because their participation in the sport gives the two series an amazing international exposure that is driven by the man behind the organization. That man is Shigeaki Hattori who came to the United States from Japan at the age of 30 in 1995.Continue reading
Honor students at the Universal Technical Institute Moorseville campus, the NASCAR Technical Institute are looking to earn another victory for their student-built engines this weekend at the K&N Pro Series East race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Two teams, Rev Racing, and Hattori Racing Enterprises will run the student-built Spec Engines in the United Site Services 70 on Saturday night.Continue reading
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Fresh off the heels of his top-ten finish in the 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season opener, Rette Jones Racing is now forming a second part-time team driven by third-generation driver Jesse Little.
“I’m really looking forward to this opportunity with Rette Jones Racing,” said Little, who plans to compete in six to eight races overall this season. “In the past year, Mark (Rette, co-owner) and Terry (Jones, co-owner) have built a successful program that has shown speed on the race track and the capabilities of winning. Being a part of the team, I look forward to doubling our chances in the races I compete in.”