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by Andrew Schaller

JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, August 11, 2012) After an early melee sent Kyle Jarlsberg to the rear of the field, the Jefferson pilot fought his way back through the pack to capture the Brown Heating and Air Conditioning 50 lap Late Model main event. The victory allowed Jarlsberg to join point leader Casey Johnson as the only three time feature winners of the season thus far.

Brady Liddle and Chris Quam led the field to the green as Quam grabbed control on lap one. Liddle dropped into line with Trent Erdman and Noel Ramge battling for third. The top four broke away from the rest of the field slightly as Quam continued to show the way. On lap five, Erdman began to creep up on the low side of Liddle looking to take second away. Erdman made the pass on lap six as Ramge tried to follow. The first of several cautions waved on lap 11 when Jarlsberg and Shaun Scheel got together down the front stretch resulting in Scheel spinning into turn one. Both drivers were sent to the rear for the restart as Jarlsberg began to his trek back to the front. As racing resumed, Quam began to feel the heat from Erdman for the top spot. Each lap, Erdman got a run on the low side entering turn one, but Quam would power back to the point down the back stretch. This continued lap after lap until a caution at the mid-way point of the race slowed the action. Quam and Erdman renewed their battle for the lead through two more cautions until Erdman got loose entering turn three on lap 39. Erdman slid up into Quam as he spun. Quam was able to hold on as he maintained the top spot for the restart. This time it was Liddle lining up behind Quam as he took a turn challenging for the lead. Liddle took a shot on the low side of Quam, drawing even with four laps to go. ON lap 48, Liddle slid up in turn two as the two competitors made contact sending Liddle around and bringing out the caution. Both drivers were forced to restart in the back handing the lead over to Jarlsberg who had methodically picked his way back to the front. Alex Papini restarted behind Jarlsberg for the two lap shootout to the finish. Jarlsberg took the green as he powered away from Papini on his way to the checkers. Papini was second followed by John Ovadal Jr, Doug Hahn and Bruce Lee.

by Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 28, 2012) Watertown’s John Ovadal Jr rocketed into the lead early in the Piggly Wiggly 50 lap Late Model main event and drove away to capture his first feature win on the 2012 campaign. Ovadal’s victory made him the ninth different driver to carry the checkers this season at Wisconsin’s Action Track

Noel Ramge and Stephen Scheel paced the field of 18 of the area’s best pilots to the green with Ramge grabbing the early lead in turn two. Ovadal followed Ramge into second with Dan Jung up to third. Ovadal immediately began to apply pressure to the leader as he took a look to the inside of Ramge. Ovadal got a good run on lap five, drawing even as they flew down the backstretch. A lap later, Ovadal was out front alone as he looked to put some distance between himself and the rest of the pack. Ovadal continued to stretch his advantage while Jung moved up to challenge Ramge for second. An intense battle between the two competitors ensued as they raced door to door, trading paint on several occasions. Jung finally claimed the runner up spot on lap 13 as Shaun Scheel moved to up to challenge Ramge next. On lap 22, Jung experienced mechanical difficulties as he fell off the pace and was forced to retire for the evening. The battle between Scheel and Ramge was now for second as Ovadal’s lead grew bigger lap after lap. Scheel and Ramge fought hard over the remainder of the event with Ramge holding the advantage over the majority of laps. Point leader Casey Johnson joined the fight for second in the closing circuits, but Ovadal was never seriously threatened during the caution free feature. At the checkers, it was Ovadal enjoying a large lead for the win while Ramge held on for second. Scheel was third with Johnson and Brady Liddle rounding out the top five.

by Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 21, 2012) Bruce Lee of Cambridge led every lap of the Cambridge Auto Repair Specialists 50 on Saturday night at Wisconsin’s Action Track en route to his first win of the season at the venue. With his win, Lee became the eighth different Late Model pilot to carry the checkers on the 2012 racing season.

Lee and Stephen Scheel paced the field to green as they battled door to door on the opening lap. Lee held the slight advantage as they crossed the stripe to complete the first circuit as the field raced two by two on back. On lap three, Lee grabbed sole possession of the top spot as he dove into turn one. Chris Quam charged to the outside of Scheel, claiming second a lap later with Shaun Scheel in tow for third. A single caution period on lap eight slowed the pack when Trent Erdman and Dale Nottestad tangled in turns one and two ending the evening for Erdman. As racing resumed, Scheel powered to the outside of Quam, getting by for second on lap ten. Doug Hahn moved up to challenge Quam next, moving to the low side and drawing even on lap 11. Lee began to stretch his lead at the front with Shaun Scheel chasing him as the two drivers pulled away from the pack. Point leader Casey Johnson joined the battle for third behind Hahn and Quam as they continued to race wheel to wheel. Quam eventually moved back into third allowing Johnson to fire past Hahn on the outside to fourth. Johnson quickly moved under Quam, clearing for the position on lap 38 only to see a large gap between himself and Scheel in second. Lee stayed strong on the point with Scheel in his tracks all the way to the checkers. Johnson finished third with Hahn and Quam rounding out the top five.

by Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 14, 2012) As the lightning flashed beyond the turn three wall, Wisconsin’s Action Track came to life with 18 of the best Late Model pilots taking the green flag to begin the Fair Week 50 lap feature event. When the dust settled, Stoughton’s Casey Johnson sat in victory lane with a convincing win, his third such triumph of the season.

Bruce Lee and Tom Schuette made up row one at the start with Schuette moving out front on the first lap. Chris Quam followed around the outside of Lee to claim second on lap three and immediately begin to challenge the early leader. On lap four, with Quam underneath Schuette, the two drivers touched in turn four resulting in both spinning and bringing out the first of two cautions. Both were forced to the rear for the restart, handing the top spot over to Lee with Jerry Eckhardt riding second and Shaun Scheel in third. Johnson began his trek through the top five on lap eleven, getting past Doug Hahn for the fifth spot. Johnson moved around John Ovadal Jr for fourth on lap 17. Just as Johnson slipped by Scheel for third on lap 20, the second caution appeared when Dale Nottestad and Scott Lindsay got together down the back stretch. When racing resumed, Johnson quickly charged under Eckhardt, clearing for the position on lap 22 and setting his sights on Lee at the front of the pack. Johnson drew even with Lee on lap 23, clearing for the lead as they exited turn four. Johnson immediately began to pull away from the rest of the field on his way to the checkers for the win. Lee finished second followed by Eckhardt, Dylan Schuyler and Scheel.

by Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 07, 2012) Jefferson’s Kyle Jarlsberg topped a strong field of Late Model competitors to claim the Bill Collins Memorial 50 sponsored by Tired Iron Promotions on Saturday night at Jefferson Speedway. The win marked Jarlsberg’s second feature victory of the 2012 season, allowing him to close slightly on the leaders in the standings.

Stephen Scheel and Bruce Lee paced the field to green with Scheel taking early command entering turn one. Shaun Scheel followed into second as the two brothers made up the one-two punch at the front of the field. Shaun wasted little time behind his younger sibling, moving to the inside and challenging Stephen for the top spot on lap three. Two laps later, Shaun Scheel moved to the point with Noel Ramge trying to follow. Ramge made the pass for second on lap seven with Jarlsberg in tow for the third spot. Jarlsberg quickly moved to the low side of the speedway and took second from Ramge, setting his sights on Shaun Scheel at the front. On lap 12, Ramge got loose entering turn one allowing Jason Erickson and Doug Hahn to slip past for third and fourth respectively. The first of two cautions waved on lap 13 when the point leader entering the evening, Casey Johnson, connected with Brady Liddle entering turn one. The resulting wreck forced Johnson to retire from the event and sent Liddle to the rear for the restart. As racing resumed, Jarlsberg began to apply pressure to Scheel for the lead. On lap 17, Scheel got loose through turns one and two, opening the door for Jarlsberg to shoot past into the lead. Hahn followed Jarlsberg into second and immediately went to work on the new leader. The second and final caution waved on lap 24 for an incident in turn two involving Ramge and Lee. As the green flag waved again, Jarlsberg and Hahn broke away from the pack while Erickson and Scheel battled for third. Hahn stuck close to the rear bumper of Jarlsberg, waiting for him to make a mistake. But with 10 laps to go, Jarlsberg began to stretch his lead over Hahn slightly as he cruised to the checkers to get the win. Hahn finished second with Erickson, Scheel and Dale Nottestad rounding out the top five.

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