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June 2 Races Canceled

Due to the impending poor weather predicted for the evening, the races scheduled for June 2 have been canceled. We will resume racing next Saturday, June 9, with a full program including Late Models, Sportsmen, Internationals, Hobby Stocks, Bandits and…

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May 12 Races Canceled

Due to poor weather conditions and already saturated speedway grounds, the racing action scheduled for Saturday, May 12, has been canceled. We will get back to racing next Saturday, May 19, with our regularly scheduled program including Late Models, Sportsmen,…

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2018 Season Opener Postponed

JEFFERSON, WI (Tuesday, April 17, 2018) Unfortunately, Mother Nature has been rather uncooperative this spring as we head towards another season of racing at Wisconsin’s Action Track. Due to poor weather conditions, we have been forced to postpone the 2018…

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BROOKS SHINES IN SHOWDOWN AT JEFFERSON

BROOKS SHINES IN SHOWDOWN AT JEFFERSON

JEFFERSON, Wis. (July 23, 2017) – It was a night for the up-and-coming standouts of Super Late Model racing to shine.  But no one quite had the glimmer of Wyatt Brooks, as he picked up his first TUNDRA Super Late Model Series win in Round Three Powered by Wisconsin Potatoes at Jefferson Speedway Saturday night.

The 22-year-old Amherst, Wis. native took control of the 75-lap feature from the outset and withstood two hearty challenges in the final 14 laps from Dean’s Satellite and Security Rookie contenders Jordan DeVoy and John Beale.

Perhaps the most impressive facet of Brooks’ win was how the racer with very little experience at the tricky quarter-mile mastered the outside lane – especially on restarts.  With his choice of either lane each time the barrel was placed to double up the field, Brooks chose the outside.

“My car was so tight the entire day,” Brooks said in Victory Lane. “I couldn’t have started in a better spot than the outside pole with the car I had.” Brooks secured the lead from fellow front-row starter Grant Griesbach just two laps after the green flag dropped.  Behind him, teammate Jordan Thiel slid to Second and looked to close in to challenge for the top spot.  A caution on lap six gave Thiel the opportunity to start alongside Brooks, but Brooks stepped away.

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