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Nottestad Prevails on Triana’s Trohpy Case Night

CAMBRIDGE, WI (Saturday, June 29, 2019)          The defending and five time Jefferson Speedway Late Model champion returned to victory lane on Saturday night at Wisconsin’s Action Track. Dale Nottestad of Cambridge got to the front of the Triana’s Trophy Case feature and held off several challenges from fellow drivers to cross the stripe first at the end of 50 laps. The marks Nottestad’s first main event victory of the 2019 season as he looks to claim an unprecedented sixth track championship.

After a caution on the opening lap, Don Gaserude and Kyle Smith brought the field to green to begin the action. Jason Erickson dove under the front row starters as they raced into turn three, making it a three wide affair. Smith emerged with he lead while Erickson pulled up behind him. Erickson got under the early leader on lap three when Smith drifted high in turn two. Erickson drove into the lead alone on lap four, bringing Nottestad along for the ride. Nottestad went right to work on the new leader, getting a run under Erickson on lap six. After a two lap fight, Nottestad pulled his machine into the lead while Shaun Scheel charged up to third. Scheel drove to the low side of Erickson next, drawing even on lap nine. Two laps later, Scheel was alone in second and looking to hunt down Nottestad who had already opened up a healthy advantage. Scheel chipped away at Nottestad lead, until finally catching him on lap 22. After a brief encounter with a lapped car. Scheel drew back up to the rear bumper of the leader. On lap 29, Scheel got under Nottestad as they drove off into turn one. Just a Scheel got alongside the leader, the second caution of the race flew and slowed the action. Nottestad led the pack back to green with Scheel on his bumper and Kody Hubred up to third. Scheel once again began to apply pressure to Nottestad, using the low groove to do his work. On lap 34, Scheel got alongside once again. But slight contact between Hubred and Scheel on lap 35 forced Scheel to check up and give sole possession of the top spot back to Nottestad. Just as he had previously done, Scheel got right back to work on the leader, reeling him back in and looking under with 11 laps to go. A lap later, Hubred tried to join the battle, looking to go three wide. But Hubred and Scheel touched again, forcing both to check up and handing the lead back to Nottestad. Hubred managed to get by Scheel as well, but a lap later slowed to a stop in turn four with part failure to force the third yellow flag of the race. Once again, Nottestad led the field back to green, this time with Riley Stenjem in his rearview mirror and Scheel back to third. After another quick caution on lap 43 for debris, Stenjem took his turn at pressuring the leader. Stenjem got a couple good looks under Nottestad in the closing laps, but couldn’t make the pass. At the checkers, it was Nottestad for the win followed by Stenjem in second. Shaun Scheel finished third ahead of his brother, Stephen with Erickson rounding out the top five.

Chris Jones of Capron, IL, captured the 30 lap Sportsman feature event. Mike Lambert and Jake Biever led the field to green as they fought for control of the lead. Biever claimed the position on lap three as Jones tried to clear Lambert for second. Jones completed the pass on lap five and quickly began to look under the early leader. Jones drew even with Biever on lap six, moving past to claim the top spot a lap later. Meanwhile, Bobby Selsing Jr was slicing his way through the field, looking to get to the front. Selsing entered the top three, getting by Steven Sauer for third on lap 14. Selsing continued to move forward, getting alongside Biever for second on lap 16. Selsing completed the pass a lap later, setting his sights on Jones. The sole caution of the race waved on lap 18 for a stalled car on the back stretch. Jones led the field back to green with Selsing hot on his heels and Jason Thoma moving into third. Selsing began to apply heavy pressure to Jones, searching for an opening to get to the lead. Jones held off his advances every time, slamming that door shut each time they raced into turn one. Thoma joined the battle at the front in the closing laps, but Jones was busy hanging on to the top spot. As they crossed the stripe, it was Jones for the big win followed by Selsing in second and Thoma in third. Sauer and Tyler Deporter completed the top five.

Philip Wuesthoff of Beaver Dam picked up the win in the 25 lap Hobby Stock main event. Chuck Egli and his daughter, Jordy, made up the front row as the action kicked off. Wuesthoff wasted no time in his effort to get out front, making it a three wide battle on lap one. Wuesthoff and Jordy Egli emerged side by side, with Wuesthoff claiming the top spot for himself on lap three. Wuesthoff and Jordy Egli began to break away from the pack while Chester Williams was working to get by Kenny Storkson and Chuck Egli for third. Williams made the pass on lap 11, just before a caution waved and erased the large lead that Wuesthoff and Jordy Egli were enjoying. On the restart, Jordy Egli got loose, allowing Williams to drive up next to her. Williams cleared for second on lap 14. Meanwhile, Brandon Riedner was charging up towards the front, moving into the top five and getting to fourth on lap 16. Riedner motored by  Jordy Egli for third with six laps remaining. A lap later, the yellow waved again, closing up the field for the final five circuits. As racing resumed, Riedner drove to the high side of Williams looking for second. Riedner continued to creep forward, getting by Williams and pulling up next to Wuesthoff. But one final caution slowed his efforts with just three laps to go. Wuesthoff led the field back to green with Riedner right behind him. Riedner tried everything short of wrecking the leader in an effort to get to the front. But Wuesthoff hung on to see the checkers first and score the win. Riedner settled for second followed by Williams, Jordy Egli and John Janssen.

Ashlynn Jarlsberg of Cambridge scored her first career feature win after claiming the 12 lap Bandit feature event. Rianne Remsik grabbed the early lead on lap one with Justin Kumbier up to battle for second with Noah Pankow. Kumbier made the pass and continued forward toward Remsik. Remsik held off the advances of Kumbier lap after lap until lap seven, when Kumbier got under the leader entering turn one. Kumbier cleared for the lead as Bryan Gottschalk joined the battle. On lap nine, Gottschalk made contact with Kumbier, sending him around in turn four to force a caution. Kumbier and Gottschalk were forced to restart from the rear. Jarlsberg and Nick Newton led the pack back to green with Jarlsberg now moving out front alone. Jarlsberg maintained the top spot through a final caution in the closing laps to complete the win. Newton was second followed by Pankow, Josh Frank and Remsik.

West Bend’s Aaron Moyer completed the clean sweep on the evening by claiming quick time through qualifying as well as winning his heat racing and capturing the 25 lap Legends feature event. Mike Storkson led lap one with Jim Tate Jr charging up to second. Tate quickly got by Storkson to claim the lead on lap two while Dilon Schwanbeck moved into third with Moyer on his tail. After a caution on lap seven, Tate and Storkson made up the front row on the restart. Tate returned to the lead, bringing Moyer along for second. Moyer immediately drove alongside Tate, clearing for the point on lap eight. Ethan Ross made his way up to second on lap nine as he tried to close in on Moyer. A caution aided that effort on lap 11, setting up Moyer and Ross on the front row for the restart. But Moyer fired back into control as the green flew once again. Moyer remained out front for the rest of the feature with Ross sticking close by in second. At the finish, it was Moyer to complete the sweep with Ross, Alex Braseth, James Lynch and Schwanbeck completing the top five.

Wausau’s Jevin Guralski also completed the clean sweep in the Bandolero division by winning his 15 lap feature event. Kody King, Cohen Henze and Anna Price raced three wide on lap one for control of the lead with Price taking the advantage to complete the circuit. Mason Surgener moved up to battle King for second as they pulled up behind Price. King got by Surgener and continued forward alongside Price. King moved to the point on lap five with Surgener following him past Price for second. The caution waved on lap eight, setting up King and Surgerner side by side once again for the restart. King returned to the lead as racing resumed while Guralski charged up to second. Guralski motored by King on lap nine to secure the lead while Robbie Rucks went to work on King for second. Just after Rucks made the pass for second, the second yellow flag slowed the pace with just three laps remaining. Guralski and Rucks paced the field back to green as Guralski fired back into the top spot. Guralski hung on from there to see the checkers first and get the win. Rucks was second followed by Surgener, King and Logan Taylor.

Next Saturday, July 6, is a full program of racing presented by Serenity Concepts. It is also Round One of the 2019 Sportsman Challenge presented by Serenity Concepts and Amsoil Fantastic Synthetics highlighted by a 40 lap Sportsman feature. Time trials begin at 5pm with racing at 7pm. Jefferson Speedway is located halfway between Jefferson and Cambridge on Hwy 18. Please visit jeffersonspeedway.com for more information.

 

JEFFERSON SPEEDWAY RACE SUMMARY

 

Late Model-

Qualifying

Pos Start Number Competitor Best Lap
1 8S Shaun Scheel 14.21
2 77S Riley Stenjem 14.241
3 51N Dale Nottestad 14.284
4 4SC Stephan Scheel 14.343
5 94E Jason Erickson 14.383
6 1G Michael Gruenberg 14.389
7 20H Kody Hubred 14.408
8 81G Don Gaserude 14.502
9 33S Dylan Schuyler 14.529
10 67N Nick Nolden 14.555
11 3D Chuck Duncan 14.566
12 47M David Malisch 14.582
13 61E Jerry Eckhardt 14.671
14 97S Kyle Smith 14.705
15 91T Cole Thomas 14.728
16 7K Ed Kubicz 14.894
17 99K Lincoln Keeser 14.98
18 36S Steven Schlosser 16.087

 

Heat Races

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 7K Ed Kubicz
2 97S Kyle Smith
3 61E Jerry Eckhardt
4 91T Cole Thomas
5 99K Lincoln Keeser
6 36S Steven Schlosser

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 67N Nick Nolden
2 77S Riley Stenjem
3 1G Michael Gruenberg
4 4SC Stephan Scheel
5 81G Don Gaserude
6 47M David Malisch

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 94E Jason Erickson
2 33S Dylan Schuyler
3 20H Kody Hubred
4 8S Shaun Scheel
5 51N Dale Nottestad
6 3D Chuck Duncan

 

Feature

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 51N Dale Nottestad
2 77S Riley Stenjem
3 8S Shaun Scheel
4 4SC Stephan Scheel
5 94E Jason Erickson
6 1G Michael Gruenberg
7 33S Dylan Schuyler
8 61E Jerry Eckhardt
9 91T Cole Thomas
10 81G Don Gaserude
11 97S Kyle Smith
12 47M David Malisch
13 20H Kody Hubred
14 3D Chuck Duncan
15 99K Lincoln Keeser
16 67N Nick Nolden
17 7K Ed Kubicz
18 36S Steven Schlosser

 

 

Sportsman-

Qualifying

Pos Start Number Competitor Best Lap
1 28D Mark Deporter 14.885
2 6T Jason Thoma 14.936
3 91C Tim Coley 14.942
4 42S Bobby Selsing 14.95
5 2D Tyler Deporter 14.974
6 4T Jim Taylor 15.038
7 11S Steven Sauer 15.093
8 22J Chris Jones 15.17
9 11M Bryce Miller 15.183
10 24T Collin Tomlinson 15.197
11 34B Jake Biever 15.2
12 26L Mike Lambert 15.298
13 67N Russ Nicholson 15.368
14 5S Dan Silberhorn 15.387
15 39S Ken Scott 15.452
16 00H Chase Hunter 15.755
17 10P Merek Pankow 15.773
18 21H Cody  Houseweart 18.245

 

Heat Races

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 39S Ken Scott
2 67N Russ Nicholson
3 5S Dan Silberhorn
4 21H Cody  Houseweart
5 10P Merek Pankow
6 00H Chase Hunter
7 90H Tytus Helgestad

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 6T Jason Thoma
2 4T Jim Taylor
3 22J Chris Jones
4 26L Mike Lambert
5 24T Collin Tomlinson
6 42S Bobby Selsing

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 2D Tyler Deporter
2 11M Bryce Miller
3 28D Mark Deporter
4 91C Tim Coley
5 34B Jake Biever
6 11S Steven Sauer

 

Feature

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 22J Chris Jones
2 42S Bobby Selsing
3 6T Jason Thoma
4 11S Steven Sauer
5 2D Tyler Deporter
6 28D Mark Deporter
7 34B Jake Biever
8 91C Tim Coley
9 11M Bryce Miller
10 4T Jim Taylor
11 26L Mike Lambert
12 5S Dan Silberhorn
13 21H Cody  Houseweart
14 39S Ken Scott
15 24T Collin Tomlinson
16 67N Russ Nicholson
17 90H Tytus Helgestad
18 10P Merek Pankow
19 00H Chase Hunter

 

 

Hobby Stock-

Qualifying

Pos Start Number Competitor Best Lap
1 27T Jim Tate  Jr 15.813
2 35R Bud Riedner 15.862
3 20V Jared Vike 15.868
4 56G Kolton Guralski 15.885
5 26R Chico Riedner 15.902
6 33R Jim Robinson 15.938
7 22W Chester Williams 16.006
8 23E Jordan Egli 16.076
9 43J Jon Janssen 16.094
10 99W Phillip Wuesthoff 16.161
11 55B Lucas Buckingham 16.177
12 22B Korey Bengsch 16.178
13 22E Chuck Egli 16.18
14 57S Kenny Storkson 16.196
15 10B Jon Benniger 16.238
16 23NB Nick Bruley 16.242
17 23JB Jessica Breunig 16.319
18 34K Mike Krueger 16.331
19 71T Jamie Tate 16.503
20 7W Jim Wolf 16.526
21 01B Mike Bollinger 16.57
22 2S Bill Schott 16.677
23 99K Chris Kern 16.927
24 42R Alex Rud 17.054

 

Heat Races

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 01B Mike Bollinger
2 34K Mike Krueger
3 71T Jamie Tate
4 23JB Jessica Breunig
5 2S Bill Schott
6 99K Chris Kern
7 7W Jim Wolf
8 42R Alex Rud

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 43J Jon Janssen
2 23NB Nick Bruley
3 26R Chico Riedner
4 22E Chuck Egli
5 35R Bud Riedner
6 33R Jim Robinson
7 56G Kolton Guralski
8 22B Korey Bengsch

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 10B Jon Benniger
2 20V Jared Vike
3 57S Kenny Storkson
4 27T Jim Tate  Jr
5 99W Phillip Wuesthoff
6 22W Chester Williams
7 55B Lucas Buckingham
8 23E Jordan Egli

 

Last Chance

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 10B Jon Benniger
2 23NB Nick Bruley
3 34K Mike Krueger
4 71T Jamie Tate
5 01B Mike Bollinger
6 99K Chris Kern
7 7W Jim Wolf
8 2S Bill Schott
9 42R Alex Rud

 

Feature

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 99W Phillip Wuesthoff
2 35R Bud Riedner
3 22W Chester Williams
4 23E Jordan Egli
5 43J Jon Janssen
6 26R Chico Riedner
7 27T Jim Tate  Jr
8 57S Kenny Storkson
9 56G Kolton Guralski
10 33R Jim Robinson
11 10B Jon Benniger
12 55B Lucas Buckingham
13 71T Jamie Tate
14 22B Korey Bengsch
15 34K Mike Krueger
16 22E Chuck Egli
17 20V Jared Vike
18 23NB Nick Bruley

 

 

Bandit-

Qualifying

Pos Start Number Competitor Best Lap
1 61G Bryan Guttschalk 14.96
2 12J Ashlynn Jarsberg 14.987
3 10N Nick Newton 15.035
4 83R Travis Rose 15.189
5 18S Gavin Smothers 15.268
6 39K Justin Kumbier 15.269
7 8F Josh Frank 15.767
8 21P Noah Pankow 15.968
9 72R Rianne Remsik 15.992

 

Heat Race

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 39K Justin Kumbier
2 61G Bryan Guttschalk
3 83R Travis Rose
4 8F Josh Frank
5 10N Nick Newton
6 21P Noah Pankow
7 12J Ashlynn Jarsberg
8 18S Gavin Smothers
9 72R Rianne Remsik

 

Feature

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 12J Ashlynn Jarsberg
2 10N Nick Newton
3 21P Noah Pankow
4 8F Josh Frank
5 72R Rianne Remsik
6 18S Gavin Smothers
7 83R Travis Rose
8 61G Bryan Guttschalk
9 39K Justin Kumbier

 

 

Legends-

Qualifying

Pos Start Number Competitor Best Lap
1 140 Aaron Moyer 15.703
2 54R Ethan Ross 15.808
3 20B Alex Braseth 15.902
4 17G Cole Grey 15.924
5 76L James Lynch 15.947
6 74B Frank Beutel 16.02
7 5E Noah Eisenhower 16.103
8 271T Jim Tate Jr 16.141
9 57S Mike Storkson 16.212
10 71D Jason Dunn 16.263
11 41M Tony Moyer 16.544
12 27S Dillon Schwanbeck 16.676
13 7H Emma Hunstiger 17.38

 

Heat Races

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 27S Dillon Schwanbeck
2 271T Jim Tate Jr
3 71D Jason Dunn
4 41M Tony Moyer
5 57S Mike Storkson
6 76S Travis Sabatka
7 7H Emma Hunstiger
8 7M Dave Maynard

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 140 Aaron Moyer
2 17G Cole Grey
3 74B Frank Beutel
4 20B Alex Braseth
5 54R Ethan Ross
6 76L James Lynch
7 5E Noah Eisenhower

 

Feature

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 140 Aaron Moyer
2 54R Ethan Ross
3 20B Alex Braseth
4 76L James Lynch
5 27S Dillon Schwanbeck
6 74B Frank Beutel
7 5E Noah Eisenhower
8 271T Jim Tate Jr
9 57S Mike Storkson
10 71D Jason Dunn
11 41M Tony Moyer
12 7H Emma Hunstiger
13 7M Dave Maynard
14 17G Cole Grey
15 76S Travis Sabatka

 

 

Bandolero-

Qualifying

Pos Start Number Competitor Best Lap
1 20G Jevin Guralski 16.427
2 13B Ayrton Brockhouse 16.753
3 5R Robbie  Rucks 16.762
4 05B Tucker Bodendorfer 16.793
5 92S Tony Stark 16.877
6 90G Michael Guderski 16.909
7 42S Mason Surgerner 16.911
8 64P Anna Price 17.07
9 4T Logan Taylor 17.098
10 14K Kody King 17.104
11 88H Cohen Henze 17.262
12 70K Keegan Kehoe 17.443
13 11W Kaeden Wangsness 17.547
14 7R Easton Riedner 17.559
15 8W Chase Wangsness 17.591
16 78M Tyler Muller 17.672
17 18 Killian McMann 17.784
18 54.3S Riley Smith 17.964
19 17B Keagen Benz 18.003
20 111K Marianna Kubicz 18.131
21 52L Avery Linnerud 18.149
22 5B Paxton Benz 18.283
23 16G Kooper Gurlaski 18.797
24 17W Teegan Wangsness 19.712
25 64B Cooper Bodendorfer 19.943

 

Heat Races

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 111K Marianna Kubicz
2 52L Avery Linnerud
3 64B Cooper Bodendorfer
4 16G Kooper Gurlaski
5 5B Paxton Benz
6 17W Teegan Wangsness
7 9M Collin Murphy

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 54.3S Riley Smith
2 18M Killian McMann
3 11W Kaeden Wangsness
4 17B Keegan Benz
5 78M Tyler Muller
6 8W Chase Wangsness
7 7R Easton Riedner

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 14K Kody King
2 13B Ayrton Brockhouse
3 90G Michael Guderski
4 05B Tucker Bodendorfer
5 64P Anna Price
6 3O Laney Osborne
7 70K Keegan Kehoe

 

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 20G Jevin Guralski
2 4T Logan Taylor
3 92S Tony Stark
4 42S Mason Sugener
5 5R Robbie  Rucks
6 88H Cohen Henze

 

Consy

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 3O Laney Osborne
2 5B Paxton Benz
3 52L Avery Linnerud
4 64B Cooper Bodendorfer
5 16G Kooper Gurlaski
6 9M Collin Murphy

 

Last Chance

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 3O Laney Osborne
2 18M Killian McMann
3 11W Kaeden Wangsness
4 8W Chase Wangsness
5 17B Keegan Benz
6 52L Avery Linnerud
7 5B Paxton Benz
8 111K Marianna Kubicz
9 54.3S Riley Smith
10 7R Easton Riedner
11 78M Tyler Muller

 

Feature

Pos Start Number Competitor
1 20G Jevin Guralski
2 5R Robbie  Rucks
3 42S Mason Sugener
4 14K Kody King
5 4T Logan Taylor
6 90G Michael Guderski
7 3O Laney Osborne
8 88H Cohen Henze
9 64P Anna Price
10 70K Keegan Kehoe
11 18M Killian McMann
12 8W Chase Wangsness
13 11W Kaeden Wangsness
14 13B Ayrton Brockhouse
15 92S Tony Stark
16 05B Tucker Bodendorfer

 

 

 

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