TULARE, Calif. – After missing the event in 2018, Freddie Rahmer will be back in the field for the Abreu Vinyards Trophy Cup presented by Rudeen Racing next month at Thunderbowl Raceway.
The son of legendary driver Fred Rahmer, Freddie made his Trophy Cup debut in 2017, but was unable to race in last year’s event.
Rahmer will again drive the Brent Kaeding-owned, BK Racing-prepared winged 360 sprint in the three day event, which offers a purse in excess of $200,000.
The Salfordville, Pa., driver is currently second in points at Williams Grove Speedway.
The 26th annual Abreu Vineyards Trophy Cup presented by Rudeen Racing benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation and will reach the $2 million mark in donations this year.
All entry fees, raffle proceeds, and other supporting fundraising activities have been donated to the Foundation for more than 20 years.