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Casey Johnson Dominates Wisconsin State Championships

JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, September 17, 2016)                   Edgerton’s Casey Johnson is always stout when he unloads his Late Model at Jefferson Speedway. The former three time track champion took that success up a notch this weekend for the running of the 36th annual Wisconsin State Championships. Johnson flexed his muscle both days, winning both 60 lap feature events to score the overall championship. In the process, he also claimed top honors through qualifying as well as winning the preview feature on Friday night.

Johnson’s win in the preview feature event allowed him to start on the pole for the first of the twin 60 lappers. Starting alongside Michael Grueneberg, the two fought for control as the racing got underway. Dale Nottestad watched from third as Johnson cleared for the top spot on lap three. Nottestad followed under Grueneberg to claim second. The first of four cautions waved on lap eight for debris on the racing surface. Racing continued with Johnson out front and Nottestad trying to keep Grueneberg at bay for second. The leaders ran nose to tail through another caution on lap 21 with Johnson remaining in control. On lap 42, the battle for second began to heat up between Nottestad and Grueneberg. Two more cautions slowed the pace as the laps wound down. In the end, it was Johnson for the convincing victory followed by Grueneberg, Nottestad, John Ovadal Jr and Luke Westenberg.

The second feature began with Steve Dobbratz and Jason Erickson on the front row following the ten car invert. The sole caution of the race on lap one delayed the start. Once racing began, Erickson shot out into the lead while Dobbratz battling Stephen Scheel for second. Scheel moved up to the runner up position on lap five while Erickson built up a healthy advantage. Kody Hubred eventually moved up to third while Johnson was picking his way back towards the front in seventh. By lap 27, Johnson was stalking the top five. Johnson stole fifth from Dobbratz on lap 28. Two laps later, Johnson was up to fourth and still moving forward. On lap 33, Johnson claimed third from Hubred as the top three began to tighten up at the front. Johnson dove under Scheel as they raced into turn one on lap 39. One lap later, Johnson was second and shadowing Erickson on the point. With nine laps to go, Johnson peeked under Erickson as they raced off turn four. The duo was side by side as they entered turn one on lap 42. Johnson moved into sole possession of the lead before the completion of that lap as he drove off to score the win. At the checkers, it was Johnson for win number two followed by Erickson, Stephen Scheel, Shaun Scheel and Hubred. With his two wins, Johnson was crowned champion. Dale Nottestad finished as runner up with Michael Grueneberg in third.

Fort Atkinson’s Mark Deporter put together two strong finishes in the twin 35 lap Sportsman features to score the title of Wisconsin State Champion. In the first feature, it was Tony Ciano and Howie Ware leading the field to green. Ciano took control of the lead on lap two with Ware falling in line behind. On lap five, Deporter dove under Ware, claiming second after a brief battle. The leaders lined up single file and began to separate themselves from the pack with Ciano showing the way. But on lap 17, Ciano fell off the pace and pulled him mount to the infield with mechanical difficulties. This handed the lead over to Deporter. Jason Thoma made a late race charge up to second, but Deporter cruised to the checkers to get the win. Thoma finished second with Ware, Chris Chenoweth and Jake Schraufnagel rounding out the top five.

An exciting finish to the second 35 lap feature saw Jay Kalbus of Watertown sitting in victory lane with the win. Michael Giloman took command of the lead on the opening lap from the pole and quickly powered out to large lead. Meanwhile, Jim Taylor and Rick Coppernoll battled for second with Bobby Selsing and Kalbus watching behind them. Taylor cleared for second with Selsing trying to follow under Coppernoll. Selsing got by Coppernoll on lap 11 for third with Kalbus following into fourth. The battle for second between Taylor and Selsing took a turn for the worse on lap 26 when the pair of drivers made contact entering turn one. As a result, Taylor spun to force the sole caution of the race. Both drivers were forced to the rear for the restart with Kalbus now lining up second behind Giloman, whose large lead was erased by the yellow flag. As racing resumed, Kalbus began to apply heavy pressure to Giloman for the top spot. On lap 33, Kalbus got under the leader as they raced off turn four. The duo flew past the white flag to begin the final lap. They remained wheel to wheel as they raced towards the checkered flag. At the stripe, it was Kalbus by inches for win. Giloman settled for second followed by Terry Wangsness, Deporter and Thoma. With his combined finishes of first and fourth, Deporter was crowned the champ. Thoma was second with Kalbus in third.

Kyle Stark of Waterloo swept the twin 20 lap International feature events to claim the overall title as well. Starting on the pole, Stark took control of the lead on lap one in the first feature. Seth Green moved up to second on lap two as Stark’s lead continued to grow. Stark raced all 20 laps unchallenged to see the checkers first in the opening feature. Green was second followed by Neil Higgins, John Handeland and Mark English.

Jason Uttech and Tim Finstad paced the field to green for the second feature with Uttech taking the early lead. Seth Reamer moved under Uttech on lap two, taking over the top spot two laps later. On lap five, Mike Lambert slid up to third with Stark in his tracks for fourth. Stark took to the high side, driving up alongside Lambert on lap 11. Stark pulled up behind Reamer on lap 14 as he began to size up the leader. On lap 15, Stark dove low entering turn three. Stark drew even with Reamer as they exited turn four. After a brief battle, Stark moved into control of the lead as Reamer fell back into a battle for second with Lambert. At the checkers, it was Stark for the win with Lambert coming home second. Reamer was third with Higgins and Green rounding out the top five. Stark claimed the overall title with his pair of feature wins.

Tony Ciano led every lap of the first 25 lap Hobby Stock feature to get the win. Starting on the pole, Ciano took control on lap one with Kenny Storkson in second. After an early caution on lap three, Phil Wuesthoff began to challenge Storkson for second. Wuesthoff claimed the position on lap eight with Dustin Ward following into third a lap later. Ward quickly went to work on Wuesthoff for second until a caution on lap 13 slowed his efforts. Ward managed to get by Wuesthoff after the yellow, but Ciano cruised to the checkers to get the win. Ward finished second followed by Jim Tate Jr, Dave Trute and Wuesthoff.

The second feature began with Korey Bengsch and Kenny Storkson on the front row. Storkson took the initial lead with Chester Williams up to battle Bengsch for second. Williams stole second for himself on lap five and began to challenge Storkson for the lead. Williams dove under the leader on lap seven, clearing for the top spot two laps later. The caution waved on lap then when Dustin Ward cut a tire and fell off the pace. As racing resumed, AJ Lloyd went to work on Storkson for second with Williams still out front. Lloyd took second away on lap 12 with Dave Trute looking to follow. Lloyd began looking to the outside of Williams while Trute watched closely in third. After a good side by side battle, Lloyd wrestled the lead away from Williams on lap 19. Trute followed into second a lap later and quickly began to pressure the new leader. But Lloyd kept Trute at bay over the final laps to see the checkers first for the win. Trute was second followed by Tate, Williams and Storkson. Trute’s finishes of fourth and second handed him the overall championship in the Hobby Stock division.

Fort Atkinson’s Chris Gottschalk swept both 15 lap Road Warrior features to claim the overall title in the division. Starting on the pole in the first feature, Gottschalk took the lead and never looked back as he lead all 15 laps for the win. Merek Pankow finished second with Bryan Gottschalk, Bill Sweeney and Mark Dewey completing the top five.

Bill Reynolds and Tim Ellis opened up the second feature on row one as they battled for the lead. Chris Gottschalk joined the fight for first on lap six. But Reynolds moved out front alone a lap later with Gottschalk following into second. Gottschalk quickly drove to the high side of Reynolds, taking over the lead on lap nine. After a brief caution on lap ten, Gottschalk drove away to secure the win. Pankow once again finished second followed by Bryan Gottschalk, Reynolds and Ellis.

Chad Olds claimed the opening 20 lap Bandit feature as he drove away from his pole position at the start. McKayla Adams and Nick Schmidt waged a good battle for second for most of the race. Lapped traffic allowed Schmidt to grab the position on lap 16, but Olds was already well on his way to the checkers for the win. Schmidt was second followed by Adams, Devon Dixon and Heather Stark.

Lyle Phillips took the early lead in the second feature with Ryan Ostenson up to second. Devon Dixon stole the second spot away on lap four and began to reel in Phillips at the front. With five laps to go, Dixon got under Phillips as they raced into turn three. Dixon cleared on the next lap and drove off to get the win. Phillips finished second followed by Ostenson, Albert Strobel III and Brody Chilvers. Dixon won the overall title with his pair of top five finishes.

The Sunday portion of the 36th annual Wisconsin State Championships included the Legends and Bandoleros. Jacob Nottestad of Cambridge took top honors in the 20 lap Legends feature event. Dale Kiley-Shaffer took the initial lead as the green flag waved to start the action. Mark Ritger quickly moved up to second with Nottestad in tow. Nottestad drove to the low side through turns three and four, clearing for the lead before the completion of the first lap. Ritger followed into second with Riley Stenjem in third. Stenjem got by Ritger before the caution waved on lap ten for a spinning Blaise Watters. Nottestad and Stenjem led the field back to green with Nottestad reclaiming the top spot. Nottestad showed the way to the checkers from there to score the win. Stenjem was second followed by Dirk Henry, Watters and Frank Beutel.

Kole Guralski of Wausau scored the 15 lap Bandolero feature victory. Karter Stark and Chase Wangsness led the field to green with Stark taking the lead entering turn one. Wangsness charged back alongside Stark as they raced down the backstretch. Wangsness took the lead for himself through turns three and four with Anna Malouf up to second. On lap four, contact between Wangsness and Malouf resulted in Wangsness spinning to force the caution. Both drivers were forced to the rear for the restart with Guralski and Stark leading the field back to green. Guralski grabbed control of the lead with Stark falling in line behind him. Guralski cruised to the checkers from there to get the win followed by Stark, Malouf, Wangsness and Jevin Guralski.

Having swept Friday and Saturday’s Late Model events, Casey Johnson had to feel good heading into Sunday’s TUNDRA Super Late Model Series Round Six Powered by Wisconsin Potatoes at Jefferson Speedway.  Even with a different car owner and fresh competition, there was no stopping Johnson.
Johnson battled past fellow title contender Dalton Zehr on lap 37 of the 75-lap main event and dashed away on several restarts to pick up his second career TUNDRA win at his home track and first series title.
Although there was still a realistic chance that Zehr could take the title away – he had erased a 24-point deficit last season – that bit of history didn’t seem to shake any confidence Johnson had for the weekend.  In fact, he knew that being at his home track would be a great opportunity to find Victory Lane for the first time in 2016.
“I got a call from the car owner a couple days ago,” Johnson said. “He told me to go to this race not thinking about points and to go get him a trophy.  It was fun coming here with that mentality.”
It was the third time in the series’ six seasons the Champion capped the season with a win.  Dennis Prunty sealed the Championship with a win in 2012 and Dalton Zehr accomplished the feat last season.
The win and the title prove to loom large for Johnson, who admitted he’s trying to get his name on the Super Late Model scene.  A win with Chase Motorsports in the Red, White and Blue series at Wisconsin International Raceway earlier this season began that process.  A touring title only serves to help him continue that quest.
“It feels great,” Johnson said.  “We’ve been looking for this for a while.”
Any thoughts that the title could elude Johnson came just after qualifying.  Johnson set fast time and a new TUNDRA track record, but then pulled the invert during opening ceremonies.
An invert of 12 put Zehr on the pole and left Johnson with some work to be done.
Outside pole-sitter Eric Connell took the lead from Zehr at the outset of the race, but eventually surrendered the top spot to him on lap ten.  By this point Johnson had moved from his 12th-place starting spot to ninth.  Perhaps the biggest scare of the weekend was awaiting Johnson on lap 18.
While racing for fourth, Kelsey Dassow and Michael Ostdiek came together down the back stretch.  Still in close quarters heading into three and four Ostdiek contacted Dassow, which sent her spinning. Johnson dived to the bottom, which proved to be the way through.  Those who tried to avoid on the outside weren’t as fortunate.
Although it was a stroke of luck, it’s nothing Johnson hasn’t seen at his home track before. His run to the front Sunday was a similar formula to that which he used to win the 2014 event – stay patient early, then strike when the time is right.
This time, however, it had Championship implications.
“At the very start you had to be real cautious and let everything shake out a little bit,” he said.  “Once we got into the Top Five and the lead was in sight, we were able to go at it.”
Patience certainly was a virtue for Johnson, but making good decisions for the restarts proved just as important.  With multiple drivers choosing the outside line behind Zehr for the restart, Johnson ducked behind Mike Lichtfeld in the second row.  When the green fell, Johnson was able to secure Second and set his sights on the lead duo.
Just as Johnson had caught Lichtfeld and engaged him in a battle for Second on lap 31, a caution fell when Jordan Thiel and Jordan Ives came together on the front stretch, sending Ives spinning to the infield. Both were sent to the tail, but would not stay back there for long.
This time Johnson decided to stay behind Zehr for the restart.  Just two laps after the green came back out, Johnson cleared Lichtfeld and looked to close the gap on Zehr.  On lap 35 Johnson slipped to the bottom as Zehr tried to hold him off up top.  Two laps later, Johnson cleared his title-contending rival and dashed away into the lead.
Although Johnson was strong out front, there were still challenges to come.  After another yellow on lap 47, Johnson and Lichtfeld squared off in the front row.  Lichtfeld held close, but Johnson was able to pull away.  At that point Zehr tried to retake the Second spot from Lichtfeld, but spun on lap 48.  Just like Thiel and Ives, Zehr’s day in the Top Five was not complete.
Just as he did on the previous restart, Johnson escaped Lichtfeld and built a lead.  Behind the Top Two Jordan DeVoy and Ryan Farrell were disputing Third.  The two drivers who were former crew members together for both James Swan and Dan Church had a spirited battle.  However, Farrell got into the back of DeVoy in turn two on lap 65, which sent DeVoy spinning.  Both were sent to the tail, which brought Thiel and Ives back into the Top Five.
Much as it had been before, Johnson’s restart was masterful and he cruised away from the pack.  He would face one final restart in single file formation after the yellow fell for debris with four to go, but it was just a formality on the way to the win.
“I’ve raced with Mike [Lichtfeld] a lot, so I knew he wasn’t going to do anything too crazy.  He’s a heck of a race car driver.  I wasn’t too worried running on the outside of him – got to thank him for running me clean,” Johnson said of the restarts.
For Lichtfeld, a second straight podium finish and a TUNDRA career-best Second was a solid way to cap off a season that started with a string of bad luck.  He knew that although he was in contention, it would be difficult to leave Wisconsin’s Action Track with a win.
“That’s kind of going to school on a Sunday when you’re with Casey Johnson here,” Lichtfeld said.  “We came down here and watched him put a whooping on them Friday night.  I guess he did it last night and he put an old fashion whooping on us again today.”
Behind Lichtfeld, Thiel’s battle back to Third had major point implications.  Coming into the race Thiel was Third in standings and the altercation earlier in the race had sent him down to Fifth.  His run back to the front helped him retake Third with a 17-point pad over Lichtfeld.
“We had one hell of a car and it felt good all day,” Thiel said. “Getting in that little scuffle and getting sent to the back didn’t help anything, but sometimes driving angry is a good thing.”
Thiel had to hold on for dear life over the final five circuits as he was tested furiously by Zehr.  Zehr found the inside line and came up just inches shy of a podium spot at the line.  Jordan Ives rounded out the Top Five with his TUNDRA career best finish.
Rex Rossier preceded Casey Johnson’s Championship clinching win by doing the same in the TUNDRA Vintage 25-lap feature.  Much like Johnson, Rossier set a new track record earlier in the day and had to work through the feature field.
Dick Kath stormed to an early lead in the event, but eventually was chased down and surpassed by Pat Heaney.  Heaney looked strong out front, but soon had to deal with Rossier knocking at the door for the lead.  After a restart with four laps to go, Rossier dived to the insdide line and took the top spot from Heaney on the way to the win.
Heaney finished Second, Jerry Schneider was Third, Pat Echlin was Fourth and Bryan Webb rounded out the Top Five.

 

JEFFERSON SPEEDWAY RACE SUMMARY

Late Model-

Qualifying- 1) Casey Johnson, Edgerton 14.233  2) Jason Erickson, Fort Atkinson 14.282  3) John Ovadal Jr, Watertown 14.288  4) Dale Nottestad, Cambridge 14.290  5) Kyle Chwala, Lake Mills 14.301  6) Steve Dobbratz, Rio 14.327  7) Bruce Lee, Cambridge 14.3329  8) Craig Phillips, Edgerton 14.363  9) Luke Westenberg, Jefferson 14.371  10) Kody Hubred, Cambridge 14.423  11) Michael Grueneberg, Madison 14. 425  12) Shaun Scheel, Lake Mills 14.443  13) Stephen Scheel, Lake Mills 14.506  14) Brody Willet, Auburnet (IA)  15) Scott Nottestad, Cambridge 14.553  16) Dylan Schuyler, Jefferson  14.561  17) Jerry Eckhardt, Johnson Creek 14. 595  18) Max Kahler, Caledonia (IL)  14. 691  19) Kyle Smith, Lake Mills 14.699  20) Kurt Clapper, Dane 14.732  21) Joey Pontbriand, Norway (MI)  22) Andy Brocker, Jefferson 14.842  23) Mike King, Kimberly 14.861  24) Brittany Helmers, Menomonee Falls 14.916  25) Tory Adams, Madison 14.931  26) Mike Taylor, Stoughton 14.947  27) Brian Van Epps, Lomira 15.062  28) Joe Wendorf, Beaver Dam 15.154  29) Jody Krueger, Edgerton 15.173  30) Tyler Hromadka, Slinger 15.486  31) Hunter Drefahl, Evansville 15.578

Preview Feature Results- 1) Casey Johnson  2) Michael Grueneberg  3) Dale Nottestad  4) Luke Westenberg  5) Stephen Scheel  6) John Ovadal Jr  7) Kody Hubred  8) Shaun Scheel  9) Steve Dobbratz  10) Kyle Chwala  11) Dylan Schuyler  12) Brody Willet  13) Max Kahler  14) Craig Phillips  15) Tory Adams  16) Jason Erickson  17) Joey Pontbriand  18) Bruce Lee

Dash Winners- 1) Shaun Scheel  2) Michael Grueneberg

Qualifier Transfers- Max Kahler, Tory Adams, Joey Pontbriand, Dylan Schuyler

Race of Champions- 1) Dale Nottestad  2) Steve Dobbratz  3) John Ovadal Jr  4) Casey Johnson  5) Scott Nottestad  6) Kyle Chwala  7) Jerry Eckhardt  8) Brody Willet  9) Shaun Scheel  10) Joey Pontbriand  11) Mike King

Last Chance Transfers- Scott Nottestad, Kurt Clapper, Mike King, Mike Taylor

Feature #1 Results- 1) Casey Johnson  2) Michael Grueneberg  3) Dale Nottestad  4) John Ovadal Jr  5) Luke Westenberg  6) Shaun Scheel  7) Stephen Scheel  8) Kody Hubred  9) Jason Erickson   10) Steve Dobbratz  11) Jerry Eckhardt  12) Dylan Schuyler  13) Brody Willet  14) Craig Phillips  15) Scott Nottestad  16) Kurt Clapper  17) Max Kahler  18) Mike King  19) Tory Adams  20) Joey Pontbriand  21) Kyle Chwala  22) Bruce Lee  23) Mike Taylor  24) Andy Brocker

Feature #2 Results- 1) Casey Johnson  2) Jason Erickson  3) Stephen Scheel  4) Shaun Scheel  5) Kody Hubred  6) Dale Nottestad  7) Luke Westenberg  8) Michael Grueneberg  9) John Ovadal Jr  10) Steve Dobbratz  11) Jerry Eckhardt  12) Craig Phillips  13) Bruce Lee  14) Scott Nottestad  15) Brody Willet  16) Dylan Schuyler  17) Kurt Clapper  18) Joey Pontbriand  19) Max Kahler  20) Kyle Chwala  21) Andy Brocker  22) Joe Wendorf  23) Mike Taylor  24) Tory Adams

Overall Finish- 1) Casey Johnson  2) Dale Nottestad  3) Michael Grueneberg  4) Shaun Scheel  5) Stephen Scheel

 

Sportsman-

Qualifying- 1) Jason Thoma, Jefferson 14.912  2) Chris Chenoweth, Watertown 14.988  3) Michael Giloman, Northfield (MN)  15.042  4) Bobby Selsing, Johnson Creek 15.046  5) Jay Kalbus, Watertown 15.100  6) Robert Hansberry Jr, Beloit 15.113  7) Scott Hoeft, Watertown 15.116  8) Terry Wangsness, Jefferson 15.172  9) Rick Coppernoll, Stoughton 15.179  10) Jake Schraufnagel, Slinger 15.188  11) Andy Welter, Cedarburg 15.211  12) Tony Ciano, Janesville 15.219  13) Howie Ware, S.Beloit (IL)  15.221 14) Mark Deporter, Fort Atkinson 15.221  15) Jim Taylor, Stoughton 15.254  16) Johnny Robinson II, Beloit 15.328  17) Cody Houseweart, Machesney Park (IL)  15.393  18) Adam Bleskan, Menomonee Falls 15.404  19) Dan Schmidt, Farmington 15.493  20) Tim Coley, Madison 15.555  21) Joe Shelby, Slinger 15.566  22) Jason Kubicz, Whitewater 15.566  23) Brett Bray, Norway (MI) 15.571  24) Scott Riedner, Waunakee 15.582  25) Boyd Eichelkraut, Stoughton 15.788  26) Patrick Featherston II, Byron (IL) 15.790

Preview Feature Results- 1) Tony Ciano  2) Howie Ware  3) Mark Deporter  4) Andy Welter  5) Scott Hoeft  6) Rick Coppernoll  7) Jake Schraufnagel  8) Michael Giloman  9) Jason Thoma  10) Jay Kalbus  11) Chris Chenoweth  12) Bobby Selsing  13) Terry Wangsness  14) Jim Taylor  15) Adam Bleskan  16) Joe Shelby  17) Robert Hansberry Jr  18) Johnny Robinson II

Qualifier Transfers- Joe Shelby, Adam Bleskan, Jim Taylor, Johnny Robinson II

Last Chance Transfers- Tim Coley, Scott Riedner, Brett Bray, Cody Houseweart

Feature #1 Results- 1) Mark Deporter  2) Jason Thoma  3) Howie Ware  4) Chris Chenoweth  5) Jake Schraufnagel  6) Scott Hoeft  7) Jay Kalbus  8) Terry Wangsness  9) Bobby Selsing  10) Andy Welter  11) Jim Taylor  12) Rick Coppernoll  13) Michael Giloman  14) Tim Coley  15) Scott Riedner  16) Adam Bleskan  17) Joe Shelby  18) Brett Bray  19) Cody Houseweart  20) Dan Schmidt  21) Johnny Robinson II  22) Tony Ciano

Feature #2 Results- 1) Jay Kalbus  2) Michael Giloman  3) Terry Wangsness  4) Mark Deporter  5) Jason Thoma  6) Chris Chenoweth  7) Rick Coppernoll  8) Scott Hoeft  9) Andy Welter  10) Jake Schraufnagel  11) Howie Ware  12) Joe Shelby  13) Tim Coley  14) Johnny Robinson II  15) Adam Bleskan  16) Jim Taylor  17) Bobby Selsing  18) Brett Bray  19) Scott Riedner  20) Boyd Eichelkraut  21) Dan Schmidt  22) Patrick Featherston II

Overall Finish- 1) Mark Deporter  2) Jason Thoma  3) Jay Kalbus  4) Chris Chenoweth  5) Terry Wangsness

 

International-

Qualifying- 1) Kyle Stark, Waterloo 15.851  2) Mark English, Edgerton 15.950 d 3) Neil Higgins, Watertown 15.984  4) Mike Lambert, Fort Atkinson 16.039  5) Seth Green, Janesville 16.084  6) John Handeland, Belleville 16.206  7) Seth Reamer, Beaver Dam 16.234  8) Tim Finstad, Poynette 16.281  9) Josh Marx, Dousman 16.324  10) Tom Berenz, Slinger 16.345  11) Tom Pfeifer, Fort Atkinson 16.361  12) Brandon DeLacy, Fort Atkinson 16.381  13) Scott Crawford, Cambridge 16.395  14) Merek Pankow, Jefferson 16.412  15) Nick Schmidt, Watertown 16.432  16) Jason Uttech, Watertown 16.469  17) Jamie Shelley, Edgerton 16.521  18) Noah Pankow, Jefferson 16.521  19) Adam Schook, Palmyra 16.659  20) Joe Cross, Sun Prairie 16.661  21) Dustin Yanke, Lake Mills 16.703  22) Phil Malouf, Manitowish Waters 16.777  23) Josh Mazur, Reedsburg 16.891  24) Dan Bagley, Montello 17.014  25) Aaron Randell, Jefferson 17.038  26) David Pautsch Jr, Roscoe (IL)  17.165

Preview Feature Results- 1) Kyle Stark  2) Scott Crawford  3) Josh Marx  4) Seth Green  5) Merek Pankow  6) Neil Higgins  7) Mike Lambert  8) John Handeland  9) Tim Finstad  10) Nick Schmidt  11) Brando DeLacy  12) Mark English  13) Tom Berenz  14) Jason Uttech  15) Dustin Yanke  16) Phil Malouf  17) Seth Reamer  18) Tom Pfeifer

Qualifier Transfers- Nick Schmidt, Jason Uttech, Dustin Yanke, Phil Malouf

Last Chance Transfers- Joe Cross, Adam Schook, Jamie Shelley, Tom Pfeifer

Feature #1 Results- 1) Kyle Stark  2) Seth Green  3) Neil Higgins  4) John Handeland  5) Mark English  6) Mike Lambert  7) Scott Crawford  8) Nick Schmidt  9) Josh Marx  10) Seth Reamer  11) Tim Finstad  12) Jason Uttech  13) Merek Pankow  14) Brandon DeLacy  15) Phil Malouf  16) Joe Cross  17) Dustin Yanke  18) Adam Schook  19) Jamie Shelley  20) Josh Mazur  21) Tom Pfeifer  22) Aaron Randell  23) Tom Berenz

Feature #2 Results- 1) Kyle Stark  2) Mike Lambert  3) Seth Reamer  4) Neil Higgins  5) Seth Green  6) Josh Marx  7) John Handeland  8) Mark English  9) Brandon DeLacy  10) Jason Uttech  11) Merek Pankow  12) Tim Finstad  13) Nick Schmidt  14) Scott Crawford  15) Phil Malouf  16) Joe Cross  17) Adam Schook  18) Tom Berenz  19) Jamie Shelley  20) Tom Pfeifer  21) Josh Mazur  22) Dustin Yanke  23) Aaron Randell

Overall Finish- 1) Kyle Stark  2) Neil Higgins  3) Seth Green  4) Mike Lambert  5) John Handeland

 

Hobby Stock-

Qualifying- 1) AJ Lloyd, Loves Park (IL) 15.737 2) Dave Trute, New Lisbon 15.740  3) Jim Tate Jr, Doylestown 15.751  4) Dustin Ward, Waterloo 15.812  5) Chester Williams, Waukesha 15.846  6) Phil Wuesthoff, Beaver Dam 15.904  7) Cody Buchs, Mazomanie 16.004  8) Jim Robinson, Beloit 16.013  9) Chuck Egli, Stoughton 16.038  10) Dan Snyder, Madison 16.089  11) Jared Vike, Sussex 16.154  12) Tony Ciano, Janesville 16.205  13) Robby Robinson, Beloit 16.220  14) Kenny Storkson, Edgerton 16.237  15) Lucas Buckingham, Whitewater 16.248  16) Korey Bengsch, Fond du Lac 16.282  17) Jon Benninger, Windsor 16.310  18) Kris Chwala, Johnson Creek 16.367  19) Josh Thiering, S.Beloit (IL)  20) Jim Wolf, Watertown 16.428  21) Jeff LeFave, Fort Atkinson 16.454  22) Jamie Tate, Doylestown 16.461  23) Adam Johnson, Grand Marsh 16.473  24) Shawn Klapps Jr, Camp Douglas 16.678  25) Don Ciano, Janesville 16.987  26) Brett Carson, Fort Atkinson 17.080  27) Jordan Egli, Stoughton 17.285  28) Austin Stitz, Jefferson 17.639

Preview Feature Results- 1) Tony Ciano  2) Kenny Storkson  3) Dan Snyder  4) Phil Wuesthoff  5) Chuck Egli  6) Dustin Ward  7) Dave Trute  8) Chester Williams  9) AJ Lloyd  10) Jim Tate Jr  11) Robby Robinson 12) Jim Robinson  13) Korey Bengsch  14) Kris Chwala  15) Jared Vike  16) Lucas Buckingham  17) Cody Buchs

Qualifier Transfers- Lucas Buckingham, Korey Bengsch, Jon Benninger, Kris Chwala

Last Chance Transfers- Jamie Tate, Jim Wolf, Adam Johnson, Josh Thiering

Feature #1 Results- 1) Tony Ciano  2) Dustin Ward  3) Jim Tate Jr  4) Dave Trute  5) Phil Wuesthoff  6) Dan Snyder  7) AJ Lloyd  8) Chester Williams  9) Cody Buchs  10) Kenny Storkson  11) Korey Bengsch  12) Jared Vike  13) Chuck Egli  14) Robby Robinson  15) Jim Wolf  16) Lucas Buckingham  17) Josh Thiering  18) Jon Benninger  19) Shawn Klapps Jr  20) Adam Johnson  21) Kris Chwala  22) Jim Robinson  23) Jamie Tate

Feature #2 Results- 1) AJ Lloyd  2) Dave Trute  3) Jim Tate Jr  4) Chester Williams  5) Kenny Storkson  6) Cody Buchs  7) Tony Ciano  8) Dan Snyder  9) Korey Bengsch  10) Phil Wuesthoff  11) Jared Vike  12) Lucas Buckingham  13) Robby Robinson  14) Chuck Egli  15) Jim Wolf  16) Dustin Ward  17) Josh Thiering  18) Jeff LeFave  19) Jamie Tate  20) Jon Benninger  21) Don Ciano

Overall Finish- 1) Dave Trute  2) Jim Tate Jr  3) AJ Lloyd  4) Tony Ciano  5) Chester Williams

 

Road Warrior-

Qualifying- 1) Bryan Gottschalk, Jefferson 16.553  2) Chris Gottschalk, Fort Atkinson 16.674  3) Mike Storkson, Evansville 16.823  4) Bill Sweeney, Aztalan 16.876  5) Merek Pankow, Jefferson 16.917  6) Mark Dewey, Janesville 16.932  7) Bill Reynolds, Watertown  17.150  8) Tim Ellis, Loves Park (IL)  17.269  9) Chester Williams, Waukesha 17.548  10) Rickie Nelson, Evansville 18.276  11) Sheen Marsh, Jefferson 18.295

Preview Feature Results- 1) Chris Gottschalk  2) Merek Pankow  3) Tim Ellis  4) Mark Dewey  5) Bryan Gottschalk  6) Bill Reynolds  7) Chester Williams  8) Sheen Marsh  9) Bill Sweeney  10) Mike Storkson  11) Rickie Nelson

Feature #1 Results- 1) Chris Gottschalk  2) Merek Pankow  3) Bryan Gottschalk  4) Bill Sweeney  5) Mark Dewey  6) Tim Ellis  7) Bill Reynolds  8) Sheen Marsh  9) Rickie Nelson  10) Mike Storkson

Feature #2 Results- 1) Chris Gottschalk  2) Merek Pankow  3) Bryan Gottschalk  4) Bill Reynolds  5) Tim Ellis  6) Bill Sweeney  7) Mark Dewey  8) Sheen Marsh

Overall Finish- 1) Chris Gottschalk  2) Merek Pankow  3) Bryan Gottschalk  4) Bill Sweeney  5) Bill Reynolds

 

Bandit-

Qualifying- 1) Chad Olds, Whitewater 14.247  2) Nick Schmidt, Watertown 14.285  3) Devon Dixon, Janesville 14.458  4) Brody Chilvers, Milton 14.540  5) Lyle Phillips, Edgerton 14.630  6) Tyler Deporter, Fort Atkinson 14.690  7) Heather Stark, Sun Prairie 14.703  8) Jared Deming, Jackson  9) Cade Watters, Sun Prairie 14.709  10) McKayla Adams, Sun Prairie 14.744  11) Sean Watters, Sun Prairie 14.823  12) Michelle Heimann, Sun Prairie 14.900  13) Ryan Ostenson, Beloit 14.992  14) Scott Riedner, Waunakee 15.012  15) Michael Heimann, Waunakee 15.146  16) Jared Pinnow, Jefferson 15.152  17) Josh Lenz, Lake Mills 15.167  18) Albert Strobel III, 15.210  19) Tad Douglas, Jefferson 15.224  20) Keven Lentz, Horicon 15.270  21) Jim Hill, Watertown 15.938  22) Dylan Brown, Jefferson 16.198

Preview Feature Results- 1) Chad Olds  2) Cade Watters  3) McKayla Adams  4) Nick Schmidt  5) Heather Stark  6) Josh Lenz  7) Brody Chilvers  8) Albert Strobel III  9) Michael Heimann  10) Lyle Phillips  11) Keven Lentz  12) Tyler Deporter  13) Jared Denning  14) Devon Dixon  15) Sean Watters

Qualifier Transfers- Josh Lenz, Keven Lentz, Albert Strobel III, Michael Heimann

Feature #1 Results- 1) Chad Olds  2) Nick Schmidt  3) McKayla Adams  4) Devon Dixon  5) Heather Stark  6) Brody Chilvers  7) Cade Watters  8) Ryan Ostenson  9) Albert Strobel III  10) Lyle Phillips  11) Michael Heimann  12) Josh Lenz  13) Scott Riedner  14) Tyler Deporter  15) Keven Lentz  16) Sean Watters  17) Michelle Heimann  18) Jared Pinnow  19) Jared Denning  20) Jim Hill  21) Dylan Brown

Feature #2 Results- 1) Devon Dixon  2) Lyle Phillips  3) Ryan Ostenson  4) Albert Strobel III  5) Brody Chilvers  6) Nick Schmidt  7) Chad Olds  8) Cade Watters  9) Heather Stark  10) McKayla Adams  11) Scott Riedner  12) Josh Lenz  13) Tyler Deporter  14) Michael Heimann  15) Michelle Heimann  16) Jared Pinnow  17) Jared Denning  18) Keven Lentz  19) Dylan Brown  20) Jim Hill

Overall Finish- 1) Devon Dixon  2) Chad Olds  3) Nick Schmidt  4) Brody Chilvers  5) Ryan Ostenson

 

TUNDRA Super Late Models-

Feature Results- 1) Casey Johnson, Edgerton  2) Mike Lichtfeld, Pardeeville  3) Jordan Thiel, Appleton  4) Dalton Zehr, Somewhereville (ID)  5) Jordan Ives, Gladstone (MI)  6) Corey Jankowski, Tomah  7) Braison Bennett, Neenah  8) Rob Maynor, Hartford  9) Jordan DeVoy, Lake Geneva  10) Ryan Farrell, East Troy  11) Wyatt Blashe, Clintonville  12) Eric Connell, Fort Atkinson  13) Wyatt Brooks, Amherst  14) Darek Gress, Neillsville  15) Michael Ostdiek, Lakeville (MN)  16) Kelsey Dassow, West Ben  17) Jason Schuler, Cambridge  18) Brandon Selle, Dale  19) James Swan, Lake Geneva  20) Steve Lichtfeld, Portage  21) Toby Rott, Mukwonago

Fast Qualifier- Casey Johnson—13.566 seconds  NEW TRACK RECORD

Fast 5 Dash Winner- Jordan DeVoy

Heat Winners- 1) Rob Maynor  2) Ryan Farrell

 

Midwest Truck Series-

Feature Results- 1) Mike Corvo  2) Dan Jung  3) Tommy Pecaro  4) Jerry Wood  5) Nick Egan  6) Rick Corso  7) Dave Edwards  8) Chester Ace  9) Chad Devine  10) Derek Doerr  11) Cole Scholze  12) Kyle Rhoades  13) Gabe Sommers  14) Danielle Behn  15) Rick Christianson  16) Collin Slife  17) Ross Christianson

Fast Qualifier- Tommy Pecaro—14.046    NEW TRACK RECORD

Heat Winners- 1) Chad Devine  2) Derek Doerr

 

TUNDRA Vintage Series-

Feature Results- 1) Rex Rossier, Plover  2) Pat Heaney, Greenfield  3) Jerry Schneider, Kaukauna  4) Pat Echlin, Dyer (IN)  5) Bryan Webb, Janesville  6) Ken Lewis, Black River Falls  7) Dave Gawronski, Reedsburg  8) Chuck Adams, Sparta  9) Chris Matz, Helenville  10) Gene Pennington, Antioch (IL)  11) Mike Schliepp, Coloma  12) Dick Kath, Janesville  13) Royce Rossier, Plover  14) Woody Poole, Black River Falls  15) Bryan Mentz, Janesville  16) Ryan Gretschman, Clinton  17) Tim Everson, Janesville  18) Rod Schuette, Jefferson

Fast Qualifier- Rex Rossier

Heat Winners- 1) Chris Matz  2) Royce Rossier

 

Legends-

Feature Results- 1) Jacob Nottestad, Cambridge  2) Riley Stenjem, Utica  3) Dirk Henry, Blaine (MN)  4) Blaise Watters, Mineral Point  5) Frank Beutel, Racine  6) Mark Ritger, Elkhart Lake  7) Derek Mueller, Verona  8) Dale Kiley-Shaffer, West Ben  9) Kyle Hutton, Crown Point (IN)

Fast Qualifier- Riley Stenjem—15.728 seconds

Heat Winners- 1) Riley Stenjem  2)Frank Beutel

 

Bandoleros-

Feature Results- 1) Cole Guralski, Wausau  2) Karter Stark, Marshall  3) Anna Malouf, Manitowish Waters  4) Chase Wangsness, Jefferson  5) Jevin Guralski, Wausau  6) Robbie Rucks, Deerfield  7) Emma Hunstiger, Helenville

Fast Qualifier- Cole Guralski—14.209

Heat Winners- 1) Karter Stark  2) Anna Malouf

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