Scott Tenney: Loyal Hobby Stock Racer

LINCOLN, Calif. — A significant portion of a short track’s income on a race night is from pit passes. Tenney was 16 when he first raced a Ford Pinto mini stock, but grew up around racing. “My father raced in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s,” Tenney recalled, “and ran a race track in Colorado when I was four years old. “If I had more funding and time I would move up but the group we race with is just a blast,” Tenney said. “We race each other hard then after the race it’s high fiving each other and let’s do that again.”. His mechanical skills play a large part in being able to race an IMCA hobby stock. Scott Tenney is enjoying what he is doing at this level of racing and at the same time, along with all the support division racers, is playing a big part in keeping short-track racing alive.

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