The championship was developed with the vision of encouraging driver development in different situations; night racing and multiple track configurations. It is designed to challenge drivers and show the best of the best when faced with challenging circumstances, an ideal embraced by Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Development and partner Wink Hartman.
“Since the beginning of my racing involvement, I have always believed there should be a priority placed on driver development and teaching the process the right way,” Hartman said. “Whiteland Raceway Park is an avenue that allows us to place a renewed energy on this principal. The Hartman Cup will allow young drivers to gain experience and start that development process that will be vital as they continue to move through the ranks of racing.”