|Jefferson Speedway Race Report:|
August 14, 2004; Jefferson, Wis. - Dylan Schuyler of Dousman claimed top honors in the, 35 lap, Late Model main event, scoring his first feature win. Starting outside the front row, Schuyler claimed the early lead and never looked back, holding off Luke Westenberg all the way to the finish. The race was slowed by a single caution, on lap 12, when the battle for 4th, triggered a spin that scattered much of the field. At the stripe it was Schuyler for the win, followed by Westenberg, Jason Thoma, Steve Dobbratz and Ken Olson.
Scott Nottestad of Stoughton took top honors in the, 25 lap, WFAW Winners Circle Challenge race.
In International action Brent Nottestad of Cambridge won the 20 lap main event. Starting 8th in the field, Nottestad headed toward the front, as Joe Cross grabbed the early lead. Nottestad made his way to 3rd, by lap 6. On lap 9 Nottestad motored under Tim Seitz and Cross, claiming the point. At the stripe it was Nottestad followed by Chris Nelson Jr., Cross, Scotty Hoeft and Seitz.
Nottestad also scored the win, in the, 15 lap, WFAW Winners Circle Challenge."
In Sportsman division action Mark English of Janesville scored his first victory, in the 30 lap feature. Starting outside row 2, English saw Dan Schmidt claim the early lead. Driving to 2nd, by lap 2, English closed with Schmidt. Looking to the inside, on lap 6, English challenged for the lead. Battling side by side, for 5 lap, English completed the winning pass on l1. English saw the checkered flag first, followed by Schmidt, Kyle Padfield, Brandon Riedner and Dave Oswald.
Stoughtons Ryan Goldade claimed victory in the, 20 lap, WFAW Winners Circle Challenge."
In Hobby Stock action Jim Williams of Milton won the 20 lap feature. Starting 2nd, Williams took the lead at the green flag, leading 19 of the 20 laps. Terry Wangsness made his way to 2nd, on lap 13. Wangsness closed with Williams and the battle was on. The battle went back and fourth with Wangsness edging ahead at the white flag. Williams battled back edging past Wangsness at the checkered. Rounding out the top 5 were Pete Elgas, Johnny Robinson and Eaan Carson.
Jim Tate Jr. claimed victory in the, 15 lap, WFAW Winners Circle Challenge.
In Bandit action Jody Krueger of Edgerton bested the field, in the 18 lap feature. Starting outside row 6, Krueger headed toward the front as Kevin Weaver grabbed the early lead. Weaver surrendered the point to Ryan Oldenhoff, on lap 10, as Krueger made his way to 3rd. Oldenhoff, Weaver and Krueger joined a 3-way battle for the lead, with Krueger pulling ahead on lap 15. At the finish it was Krueger at the point, followed by Oldenhoff, Bobby Selsing, Weaver and Dan Gosda.
Bill Sweeney of Janesville won the, 10 lap, WFAW Winners Circle Challenge."
Next week Jefferson Speedway hosts UAW Local 95 Night, with a 5 lap Late Model feature and a full racing program, in all 5 divisions. Rounding out the nights racing action are the One-on-One Street Drags.
The Gates open at 2:00PM, Qualifying starts at 4:40PM and racing commences at 7:00PM
Late Model Feature Finish: Laps:
FAST QUALIFIER : 99 Doug Hahn (Whitewater): 14.561 seconds
Hobby Stock Feature:
FAST QUALIFIER : 55 Terry Wangsness (Delavan): 16.552 seconds