Corsair is also the son of the Freedom Phoenix radio-show host and libertarian activist Ernest Hancock. While racing at 23 races in Phoenix, and a few other bigger races in California and Oklahoma, Corsair thought it would be a great way to spread the message of cryptocurrencies at race tracks with a suped-up bitcoin cash-mobile with wings.
Corsair Hancock says the bitcoin cash mini-sprint car is a 2007 Hyper Chassis that's been completely rebuilt. Corsair plans to run a 23 race series which began two weeks ago. 1,000-2,000 fans come to the races and split the time between the Canyon Speedway in Phoenix, Arizona and another race track called Central Arizona Speedway. We asked Corsair how fast the mini-sprint car went and why he decided to add Bitcoin.com and bitcoin cash logos on the buggy.