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Racing Daytona: Student Takes the Wheel at Legendary Speedway

Hubler’s No. 7 car makes the rounds at the legendary Daytona International Speedway.
Hubler’s No. 7 car makes the rounds at the legendary Daytona International Speedway.
After successful testing at Daytona in December, Hubler accepted the opportunity to drive one of three Bobby Gerhart-owned cars in the ARCA Racing Series.
After successful testing at Daytona in December, Hubler accepted the opportunity to drive one of three Bobby Gerhart-owned cars in the ARCA Racing Series.

From the Fall 2014 One College Avenue magazine: Pulling on his white helmet and sliding into the driver’s seat, student Scott D. Hubler makes his ARCA Racing Series debut at Daytona International Speedway. Read the full story.

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