Jefferson Speedway, Cambridge, WI Shaun Scheel Captures Wisconsin State Championships

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    After Mother Nature delayed the start of the 35thannual Wisconsin State Championships at Jefferson Speedway, the racing action went late in the night on Saturday. When the dust settled, it was Shaun Scheel of Lake Mills standing tall as he was named the overall winner after combining finishes of second and fourth in the twin 65 lap Late Model features. The strong runs gave Scheel his first ever Wisconsin State Championship title in Jefferson Speedway’s premier division.

    The first feature rolled off with Brandon Pendleton and Chris Quam leading the field of 24 hot shoes to the green. Pendleton owned a slight advantage at the completion of lap one, clearing for sole possession of the lead on the next circuit. Jacob Gille was third followed by Don Gaserude in fourth and Scheel up to fifth in the early going. The first of three cautions waved on lap 16, closing up the field with Pendleton still showing the way. As racing resumed, 2015 track champion Casey Johnson joined the top five. But on lap 22, contact between Johnson and Gille resulted in Gille spinning to bring out caution number two. Johnson was relegated to the rear of the field along with Gille for the restart, moving Scheel up to third behind Pendleton and Quam. Scheel began to work the low side of Quam on the restart, drawing even on lap 25. While that duo battled for position, Pendleton stretched his lead over the field. Scheel got by Quam on lap 30 as the leaders began to string out. The laps ticked away until a caution on lap 63 closed the field back up for a green-white-checkered finish. On the restart, Dale Nottestad slipped by Quam to take third, but nobody had anything for Pendleton at the front as he picked up the win in feature number one. Scheel was second followed by Nottestad, Quam and Gaserude.

    Steve Dobbratz took command of the second main event from the pole with Stephen Scheel trying to hold Jason Erickson off for second. Erickson made the pass for the runner up position before the first sole caution of the second race flew on lap 12. Casey Johnson joined the top five on the restart as he began making his way to the front. Johnson took fourth on lap 16, and then third by lap 20 as he moved around Luke Westenberg. Johnson pulled up behind Erickson as he searched for way around. On lap 28, Johnson got a good run off turn two on the inside if Erickson. After a brief battle, Johnson cleared for second on lap 30 and set his sights on Dobbratz. Johnson began to pressure Dobbratz on lap 33. Using turn two as he launching pad, Johnson again got a great run off the corner to draw even with the leader on lap 36. One lap later, Johnson was out front and pulling away from the pack. Meanwhile, Shaun Scheel was methodically picking his way through the field trying to secure the overall title. With ten laps to go, Scheel was knocking on the door for third with Erickson doing his best to hold him off. Johnson cruised to the checkers for the win with Dobbratz coming home second. Erickson managed to hang on to third with Scheel settling for fourth. Rounding out the top five was Dale Nottestad. Combining finishes of second and fourth handed Scheel the overall title with Johnson taking second and Nottestad third.

    In Sportsman action, Dave Trute of New Lisbon picked up the overall championship with strong finishes of second and third in the twin 35 lap feature events. Shawn Evans and Jim Taylor led the field to green with Evans holding the advantage on lap one. A caution on lap two slowed the action with Evans scored as the leader. Racing resumed with Evans out front followed by Taylor and Bobby Selsing Jr. Selsing went to work on Taylor for the second spot, making the pass on lap five and bringing Mark Deporter along for third. Deporter got by Selsing for second on lap 14 with Jay Kalbus joining him. Kalbus and Deporter fought for second briefly on lap 19 with Kalbus taking over a lap later. Kalbus continued forward under Evans, inching into the lead just before another caution on lap 22. On the restart, Deporter tried to low side of Evans, looking for second. The two pulled up behind Kalbus as Evans began to fight back on the high side looking to take back the lead. As Kalbus and Evans fought for control, the third caution period slowed the pace. Evans was scored as the leader this time with Kalbus back to second. On the restart, Kalbus slowed with problems handing second to Deporter. Kalbus pulled off the racing surface as Evans drove away to pick up the win. Deporter was second followed by Trute, Chris Chenoweth and Jason Thoma.

    The second feature began with Jim Taylor and Andy Welter on row one. They battled for control with Kody Hubred right behind. On lap three, Hubred tried to go three wide into turn three. Contact between Hubred and Taylor resulted in Taylor spinning in front of the field and collecting several competitors. After a long clean up due to the melee, Welter led the field back to green with Bobby Selsing Jr up to second and Terry Wangsness in third. Wangsness got by Selsing on lap 12 with Jason Thoma in tow. Thoma began working the low side of Wangsness looking for the second spot. Dave Trute joined the battle on lap 22 with Jay Kalbus in his tracks. After two quick cautions, Trute drove to the outside of Thoma. Trute slid past Thoma and alongside Wangsness looking for second. Trute made the pass with two laps to go, but Welter was on his way to the checkers to get the win. Trute finished second followed by Wangsness, Thoma and Kalbus. As mentioned, Trute was named the overall winner for the Sportsman division.

    Fort Atkinson’s Tommy Pfeifer claimed the overall title in the International division combining finishes of second and third in the twin 20 lap feature events. Devon Dixon led the first feature early from the outside of row one with Phil Malouf up to second on lap two. After a caution on lap four, Dixon and Malouf led the field back to green with Malouf now taking control of the point. Dixon returned to the inside of Malouf on lap seven with Pfeifer up to third. Pfeifer made it a three wide fight for first on lap nine, eventually taking the lead on lap 11 with Seth Reamer in tow for second. Reamer quickly drove under Pfeifer, clearing for first on lap 13. A caution with six laps remaining pitted Reamer and Pfeifer back against eachother on the restart. The duo battled side by side over the final six laps with Reamer owning a slight advantage. Reamer held that advantage all the way to the checkers to claim the win. Pfeifer was second followed by Merek Pankow, John Handeland and Malouf.

    Kyle Stark took over the point from Keith Bell as feature number two got underway. Neil Higgins followed into second just before the caution waved on lap six. Stark and Higgins led the field back to green as they fought for control. On lap 12, Seth Reamer fell off the pace to force another caution, ending his shot at the overall title. Higgins and Stark led the field back to green once again with Stark firing into the lead. Stark motored away to pick up the win with Higgins hanging on to second. Pfeifer finished third followed by Devin Dixon and Mike Lambert.

    After putting together finishes of second and third in the twin 25 lap Hobby Stock features, AJ Lloyd of Machesney Park, IL, was crowned the overall champion in the division. Lucas Buckingham took control of feature number one from the front row. After a quick caution on lap five, Phil Wuesthoff moved past Jeff LeFave to claim second on lap seven. While Buckingham tried to hold off Wuesthoff for the lead, Lloyd moved up to third on lap 13. Lloyd watched from third as Wuesthoff and Buckingham battled wheel to wheel for command. With four laps to go, Buckingham returned to the point allowing Lloyd to power to the outside of Wuesthoff for second. Buckingham charged to the checkers from there to claim the win with Lloyd picking up second followed by Wuesthoff, Dave Trute and Dustin Ward.

    The second feature started with Dylan Buckingham taking the lead. Two early cautions slowed the pace with Buckingham still showing the way in front of Chuck Egli and Chester Williams. After a third caution on lap ten, Dustin Ward joined the leaders. Williams drove to the inside of Egli on lap 15 looking for second. Ward joined the battle a lap later making a three wide fight. Ward and Williams emerged with Lloyd joining them a lap later. After another three wide battle, Ward moved into control of second behind Buckingham with Lloyd in third. With two laps to go, Ward charged under Buckingham entering turn one. The duo raced raced past the white flag side by side with Lloyd watching from third. At the checkers, it was Ward for the win followed by Buckingham, Lloyd, Jared Vike and Williams.

    Jefferson’s Chris Gottschalk picked up the win in the first of twin 20 lap Road Warrior feature events. Gottschalk joined Bill Reynolds as they fought for the lead on lap four. Gottschalk cleared for first on lap five before a caution slowed the action. On the restart, Gottschalk reclaimed sole possession of the lead with Reynolds falling back into a battle for second with Bill Sweeney. Sweeney eventually cleared for the position on lap 12, but Gottschalk was already on his way to winning the first feature. Sweeney was second followed by Craig Henning, Kenny Storkson and Reynolds.

    Bill Reynolds took the early lead in the second feature with Craig Henning quickly up to second. Henning drove under Reynolds on lap six and moved into the lead two laps later. Gottschalk entered into a battle for second with Reynolds on lap 15 as Henning remained in control of the point. After a two lap battle, Gottschalk moved into second on lap 17. But Henning stayed out front to see the checkers first and get the win. Gottschalk was second followed by Reynolds, Sweeney and Bryan Gottschalk. With his finishes of first and second, Chris Gottschalk was named the overall winner in the Road Warrior division.

    In Bandit action, it was Devon Dixon of Janesville claiming the overall title after finishing second and first in the twin 20 lap features. Adam Schook took the early lead on lap one of the first feature with Dave Schmidt up to second. Schmidt charged past Schook on lap three as Schook fell back into a fight for second with Brody Chilvers. Chilvers took over second on lap eight with Dixon following into third on lap 13. Dixon quickly challenged Chilvers for second, stealing the spot on lap 18. But Schmidt raced unchallenged to the checkers to win the first feature followed by Dixon, Chilvers, Josh Rusch and Brandon DeLacy.

    After a caution to begin the second feature, Brian Beale took the lead with Steve Dickson up to second. Dickson began to challenge Beale for the lead while Dan Snyder moved up to third. Snyder took second from Dickson on lap five and charged up alongside Beale a lap later. After a caution on lap seven, Beale and Snyder led the field back to green with Snyder taking control after a side by side battle. Devon Dixon followed Snyder past Beale on lap 12 and quickly pulled up behind the new leader. Dixon drove to the low side of Snyder entering turn one on lap 14. Dixon inched forward and into possession of the top spot with three laps to go. Dixon drove off to pick up the win followed by Snyder, Josh Marx, Jamie Kohn and Chad Olds.

    Jefferson Speedway would like to congratulate all of it’s 2015 track champions as well as it’s 2015 Wisconsin State Champions. We would also like to thank all the fans, race teams and sponsors that helped make the 2015 season a success at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

    The TUNDRA Super Late Model Series made it’s return to Wisconsin’s Action Track as the 35th Wisconsin State Championships expanded into a third day this year. Joining TUNDRA were the American Ethanol Super Trucks Series, Upper Midwest Vintage Series, Midwest Dash Series, Legends and Bandoleros.

    Entering the final event of 2015 at Jefferson Speedway defending TUNDRA Super Late Model Series Champion Dalton Zehr knew that there was only so much he could control. He controlled it well. Zehr dominated the final 75-lap feature of the season, propelling him to a five-point win in the Championship standings over Ty Majeski. Zehr captured the lead from early race-leader Ryan Farrell and outdueled defending TUNDRA Jefferson race winner Casey Johnson to pick up his second win of the season. Zehr had trailed Majeski by 25 points entering the main event. Majeski, who lost power steering early in the feature, nursed his machine to an eighth-place finish. Behind Zehr, Johnson finished second, Mike Lichtfeld was third, Ryan Farrell was fourth and Dan Lensing rounded out the top five.

    Youngster Derek Kraus grabbed the early lead in the American Super Truck 40 lap feature and hung on to pick up the win. Starting from the outside of row one, Kraus took control on the opening lap and never surrendered the top position despite several cautions. Each restart would pit Kraus against another top competitor on the front row, but Kraus would rocket his truck back into the lead and stay there for all 40 laps. At the finish, it was Kraus out front followed by Camden Murphy, Chester Ace, Kevin Knuese and Danielle Behn.

    In Upper Midwest Vintage action, it was Rex Rossier of Plover charging to the front of the field and capturing the win in the 20 lap feature event. Rossier sliced through the top five in the opening laps, catching early leader, Pat Heaney on lap eight. Rossier took over the point at the midway point of the race and held off a hard charging Heaney for the final circuits to pick up the win. At the checkers, it was Rossier out front followed by Heaney, Royce Rossier, Jim Reinhardt and Gene Pennington.

    Kelly Evink of Machesney Park, IL, picked up the win in the Midwest Dash Series 25 lap feature event. Kevin Eckes led early on as Evink quickly made his way toward the front. By lap six, Evink was running in the third position behind Merek Pankow. Evink moved past Pankow on lap ten and as he motored under the leader, Eckes. After a brief battle, Evink moved into control of the point on lap 16 and stayed out front until the checkers flew. Following Evink across the stripe were Eckes, Pankow, Neil Higgins and Tom Pfeifer.

    In Legends action, Aaron Moyer got the front and held off Jacob Nottestad to claim the 20 lap feature win. After battling Blaise Watters in the opening laps, Moyer took control of the lead on lap five with Nottestad in his tracks for second. Nottestad spent the remaining 15 circuits stalking Moyer and waiting for an opening. But Moyer remained in control as they flew past the checkers first with Nottestad right on his rear bumper. Riley Stenjem finished third followed by Watters and Kyle Vergatta.

    Collin Slife of Coloma picked up the clean sweep in the Bandoleros after claiming fast time in qualifying, winning his heat race and capturing the win in the 10 lap feature event. Slife rocketed into control of the lead on lap one as he immediately began to pull away from the rest of the field. Slife’s lead continued to grow as the laps ticked away. At the checkers, Slife owned a large advantage followed by Chase Wangsness, Anna Malouf, Emma Hunstiger and Robbie Rucks.

    JEFFERSON SPEEDWAY RACE SUMMARY

    Late Model-

    Overall Finish- 1) Shaun Scheel, Lake Mills 2) Casey Johnson, Edgerton 3) Dale Nottestad, Cambridge 4) Brandon Pendleton, Helenville 5) Jason Erickson, Fort Atkinson 6) Chris Quam, Stoughton 7) Steve Dobbratz, Rio 8) Luke Westenberg, Jefferson 9) Don Gaserude, Fort Atkinson 10) Stephen Scheel, Lake Mills 11) Dylan Schuyler, Jefferson 12) Noel Ramge, Helenville 13) Craig Phillips, Edgerton 14) Jason Schuler, Cambridge 15) Kyle Taylor, Deerfield 16) Kyle Chwala, Lake Mills 17) Joey Pontbriand, Norway (MI) 18) Jacob Gille, Winnebago (IL) 19) Rich Schumann Jr, Portage 20) Dave Edwards, Salem 21) Lincoln Keeser, Johnson Creek 22) John Ovadal Jr, Watertown 23) Tom Gille, Winnebago (IL) 24) Kyle Smith, Lake Mills

    Feature #1 Results- 1) Brandon Pendelton 2) Shaun Scheel 3) Dale Nottestad 4) Chris Quam 5) Don Gaserude 6) Casey Johnson 7) Craig Phillips 8) Noel Ramge 9) Dylan Schuyler 10) Jason Erickson 11) Luke Westenberg 12) Steve Dobbratz 13) Stephen Scheel 14) Jason Schuler 15) Kyle Taylor 16) Joey Pontbriand 17) Dave Edwards 18) Lincoln Keeser 19) Tom Gille 20) Kyle Chwala 21) Jacob Gille 22) John Ovadal Jr 23) Rich Schumann Jr 24) Kyle Smith

    Feature #2 Results- 1) Casey Johnson 2) Steve Dobbratz 3) Jason Erickson 4) Shaun Scheel 5) Dale Nottestad 6) Stephen Scheel 7) Luke Westenberg 8) Brandon Pendleton 9) Chris Quam 10) Dylan Schuyler 11) Noel Ramge 12) Jason Schuler 13) Don Gaserude 14) Kyle Chwala 15) Rich Schumann Jr 16) Craig Phillips 17) Jacob Gille 18) Kyle Taylor 19) John Ovadal Jr 20) Joey Pontbriand 21) Lincoln Keeser 22) Dave Edwards 23) Tom Gille

    Fast Qualifier (33 entries)- Casey Johnson—14.068 seconds

    Last Chance- Kyle Taylor, Dave Edwards, Kyle Chwala, Tom Gille

    Qualifiers- 1) Stephen Scheel 2) Dale Nottestad



    Sportsman-

    Overall Finish- 1) Dave Trute, New Lisbon 2) Terry Wangsness, Jefferson 3) Andy Welter, Milwaukee 4) Jim Tate Jr, Doylestown 5) Bobby Selsing Jr, Johnson Creek 6) Mark Deporter, Fort Atkinson 7) Mike Rahn, DePere 8) Shawn Evans, Kenyon (MN) 9) Chris Chenoweth, Watertown 10) Jay Kalbus, Whitewater 11) Jim Taylor, Stoughton 12) Brian Mayer, Machesney Park (IL) 13) Kody Hubred, Utica 14) Robert Hansberry Jr, Beloit 15) Ryan Goldade, Edgerton 16) Tim Coley, Madison 17) Michael Giloman, Nerstrand (MN) 18) Steve Anderson, Madison 19) Howie Ware, S.Beloit (IL) 20) Jason Kubicz, Whitewater 22) Randy Breunig, Columbus 23) Josh Madell, Mayville 24) Tom Schuette, Fort Atkinson

    Feature #1 Results- 1) Shawn Evans 2) Mark Deporter 3) Dave Trute 4) Chris Chenoweth 5) Jason Thoma 6) Terry Wangsness 7) Jim Tate Jr 8) Bobby Selsing Jr 9) Kody Hubred 10) Andy Welter 11) Jim Taylor 12) Robert Hansberry Jr 13) Mike Rahn 14) Steve Anderson 15) Brian Mayer 16) Randy Breunig 17) Josh Madell 18) Jay Kalbus 19) Ryan Goldade 20) Tim Coley 21) Michael Giloman 22) Jason Kubicz 23) Tom Schuette 24) Howie Ware

    Feature #2 Results- 1) Andy Welter 2) Dave Trute 3) Terry Wangsness 4) Jason Thoma 5) Jay Kalbus 6) Jim Tate Jr 7) Bobby Selsing Jr 8) Mike Rahn 9) Ryan Goldade 10) Tim Coley 11) Brian Mayer 12) Howie Ware 13) Jim Taylor 14) Michael Giloman 15) Jason Kubicz 16) Robert Hansberry Jr 17) Mark Deporter 18) Kody Hubred 19) Chris Chenoweth 20) Shawn Evans 21) Steve Anderson 22) Randy Breunig 23) Josh Madell

    Fast Qualifier (33 entries)- Robert Hansberry Jr—14.812 seconds

    Last Chance- Ryan Goldade, Tim Coley, Josh Madell, Jason Kubicz

    Qualifiers- 1) Mike Rahn 2) Tom Schuette



    International-

    Overall Finish- 1) Tom Pfeifer, Fort Atkinson 2) Merek Pankow, Jefferson 3) Neil Higgins, Watertown 4) Phil Malouf, Manitowish Waters 5) Devon Dixon, Janesville 6) Kyle Stark, Waterloo 7) Mike Lambert, Fort Atkinson 8) Seth Reamer, Beaver Dam 9) Keith Bell, Brodhead 10) Peter Shelley, Edgerton 11) Seth Green, Fort Atkinson 12) Noah Pankow, Jefferson 13) Mark English, Edgerton 14) John Handeland, Belleville 15) Jason Uttech, Watertown 16) Chris Jones, Apron (IL) 17) Brent Nottestad, Cambridge 18) Joe Cross, Sun Prairie 19) Kevin Eckes, 20) Dustin Yanke, Jefferson 21) Tim Finstad, 22) Jamie Shelley, Edgerton

    Feature #1 Results- 1) Seth Reamer 2) Tom Pfeifer 3) Merek Pankow 4) John Handeland 5) Phil Malouf 6) Mark English 7) Devon Dixon 8) Noah Pankow 9) Neil Higgins 10) Mike Lambert 11) Kyle Stark 12) Peter Shelley 13) Keith Bell 14) Kevin Eckes 15) Seth Green 16) Jamie Shelley 17) Jason Uttech 18) Joe Cross 19) Chris Jones 20) Dustin Yanke 21) Tim Finstad 22) Brent Nottestad

    Feature #2 Results- 1) Kyle Stark 2) Neil Higgins 3) Tom Pfeifer 4) Devon Dixon 5) Mike Lambert 6) Phil Malouf 7) Merek Pankow 8) Brent Nottestad 9) Keith Bell 10) Seth Green 11) Chris Jones 12) Peter Shelley 13) Jason Uttech 14) Joe Cross 15) Dustin Yanke 16) Tim Finstad 17) Noah Pankow 18) Seth Reamer 19) Mark English 20) Kevin Eckes 21) John Handeland

    Fast Qualifier (25 entries)- Seth Reamer—16.016 seconds

    Last Chance- Seth Green, Kevin Eckes, Dustin Yanke, Tim Finstad

    Qualifier- Peter Shelley, Keith Bell



    Hobby Stock-

    Overall Finish- 1) AJ Lloyd, Machesney Park (IL) 2) Dustin Ward, Waterloo 3) Lucas Buckingham, Whitewater 4) Phil Wuesthoff, Beaver Dam 5) Jared Vike, Deforest 6) Dylan Buckingham, Whitewater 7) Chester Williams, Waukesha 8) Cody Buchs, Mazomanie 9) Wayne Buchs, Mazomanie 10) Chuck Egli, Stoughton 11) Jeff LeFave, Fort Atkinson 12) Dave Trute, New Lisbon 13) Tom Dorn, Fort Atkinson 14) Ricky Sanwick, Fort Atkinson 15) Jon Benninger, Windsor 16) Jamie Tate, Doylestown 17) Joey Thomas, Rockford (IL) 18) Rodger Stephenson, Cambridge 19) Brandon DeLacy, Fort Atkinson 20) Dennis Stitz Jr, Fort Atkinson

    Feature #1 Results- 1) Lucas Buckingham 2) AJ Lloyd 3) Phil Wuesthoff 4) Dave Trute 5) Dustin Ward 6) Cody Buchs 7) Wayne Buchs 8) Jared Vike 9) Jeff LeFave 10) Chester Williams 11) Dylan Buckingham 12) Chuck Egli 13) Tom Dorn 14) Ricky Sanwick 15) Jon Benninger 16) Jamie Tate 17) Joey Thomas 18) Rodger Stephenson 19) Brandon DeLacy 20) Dennis Stitz Jr

    Feature #2 Results- 1) Dustin Ward 2) Dylan Buckingham 3) AJ Lloyd 4) Jared Vike 5) Chester Williams 6) Lucas Buckingham 7) Phil Wuesthoff 8) Chuck Egli 9) Cody Buchs 10) Wayne Buchs 11) Jeff LeFave 12) Tom Dorn 13) Ricky Sanwick 14) Jon Benninger 15) Jamie Tate 16) Rodger Stephenson 17) Joey Thomas 18) Dave Trute

    Fast Qualifier (20 entries)- Dave Trute—15.627 seconds



    Road Warrior-

    Overall Finish- 1) Chris Gottschalk, Jefferson 2) Craig Henning, Helenville 3) Bill Sweeney, Aztalan 4) Bill Reynolds, Watertown 5) Kenny Storkson, Indianford 6) Bryan Gottschalk, Jefferson 7) Anthony Accardi, Watertown 8) Rodger Stephenson, Cambridge 9) Lucas Stevenson, Beloit 10) Charles Nevotney, Fort Atkinson 11) David Pautsch Jr

    Feature #1 Results- 1) Chris Gottschalk 2) Bill Sweeney 3) Craig Henning 4) Kenny Storkson 5) Bill Reynolds 6) Bryan Gottschalk 7) Anthony Accardi 8) Rodger Stephenson 9) Charles Nevotney 10) Lucas Stevenson 11) David Pautsch Jr

    Feature #2 Results- 1) Craig Henning 2) Chris Gottschalk 3) Bill Reynolds 4) Bill Sweeney 5) Bryan Gottschalk 6) Kenny Storkson 7) Anthony Accardi 8) Rodger Stephenson 9) Charles Nevotney 10) Lucas Stevenson 11) David Pautsch Jr

    Fast Qualifier (11 entries)- Craig Henning—16.595 seconds



    Bandit-

    Overall Finish- 1) Devon Dixon, Janesville 2) Dan Snyder, Madison 3) Josh Rusch, Fort Atkinson 4) Brody Chilvers, Milton 5) Chad Olds, Whitewater

    Feature #1 Results- 1) Dave Schmidt 2) Devon Dixon 3) Brody Chilvers 4) Josh Rusch 5) Brandon DeLacy 6) Adam Schook 7) Nick Schmidt 8) Chad Olds 9) Dan Snyder 10) Jeremy Bredeson 11) Steve Dickson 12) Jamie Kohn 13) Brian Beale 14) Terry Ciano Jr 15) Tyler Deporter 16) Josh Marx 17) Heather Stark 18) Scott Crawford 19) Robert Alverson 20) Bill Kohn 21) Josh Lenz 22) Charlie Brown 23) Lyle Phillips

    Feature #2 Results- 1) Devon Dixon 2) Dan Snyder 3) Josh Marx 4) Jamie Kohn 5) Chad Olds 6) Brian Beale 7) Josh Rusch 8) Jeremy Bredeson 9) Brody Chilvers 10) Adam Schook 11) Brandon DeLacy 12) Dave Schmidt 13) Tyler Deporter 14) Heather Stark 15) Nick Schmidt 16) Bill Kohn 17) Robert Alverson 18) Terry Ciano Jr 19) Lyle Phillips 20) Josh Lenz 21) Steve Dickson 22) Charlie Brown 23) Scott Crawford

    Fast Qualifier (28 entries)- Devon Dixon—16.609 seconds

    Last Chance- Tyler Deporter, Bill Kohn, Charlie Brown, Lyle Phillips

    Qualifier- Dan Snyder, Terry Ciano Jr



    TUNDRA Super Late Model Series-

    Feature Results-




    1. Dalton Zehr, Middleton, Idaho
    2. Casey Johnson, Edgerton, Wis.
    3. Mike Lichtfeld, Pardeeville, Wis.
    4. Ryan Farrell, East Troy, Wis.
    5. Dan Lensing, Roscoe, Ill.
    6. Gregg Pawelski, West Allis, Wis.
    7. Travis Dassow, West Bend, Wis.
    8. Ty Majeski, Seymour, Wis.
    9. Duke Long, West Bend, Wis.
    10. Steve Lichtfeld, Portage, Wis.
    11. Corey Jankowski, Tomah, Wis.
    12. Jeremy Lepak, Ringle, Wis.
    13. Bryan Keske, Lakeville, Minn.
    14. Darek Gress, Neillsville, Wis.
    15. Cole Anderson, Northfield, Wis.
    16. Jason Schuler, Cambridge, Wis.
    17. Craig Phillips, Edgerton, Wis.
    18. Jordan Thiel, Darboy, Wis.
    19. Curt Tillman, Rockford, Ill.
    20. Steve Rubeck, Cherry Valley, Ill.

    10-Lap Heat One
    1. M. Lichtfeld
    2. Schuler
    3. Pawelski
    4. Lepak
    5. Farrell
    6. S. Lichtfeld
    7. Rubeck
    8. Long10-Lap Heat Two
    1. Keske
    2. Thiel
    3. Jankowski
    4. Anderson
    5. Phillips
    6. Tillman
    7. Gress


    Dean’s Satellite and Security Fast Five Dash
    1. Majeski
    2. Zehr
    3. Johnson
    4. Lensing
    5. Dassow

    Fast Time: Lensing – 13.460 seconds (New Track Record)
     

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