Saturday September 23rd

Saturday September 23rd will be the final race of the 2017 race season. The Speedzone Fall Classic!

Friday Kicks off the weekend with an open practice. Pit gates open for the practice at 4:00 PM with practice going from 5:00 PM until dusk. Admission for the practice if $15.00 per person

Saturday is the Speedzone Fall Classic. Something for everyone. Races and the kids coin drop during intermission.

Pit gates will open at 1:00 PM, admission to the pit area is $30.00 per person, an entry fee of $25.00 per car.

Grandstands open at 2:00 PM. Adults $20.00, students 11-15 $10.00 and 10 and under free.

Racing to start at 4:00 PM

Divisions that will be racing, Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sport Mods, Grand Nationals, Street Stocks, 4 cylinders and new for the Classic will be the Asphalt Late Models.

The Speedzone banquet will be November 4th at LaSure’s Banquet Hall. Information will be available at the Fall Classic plus on the website.

Speedzone Fall Classic

Saturday September 23rd will be the final race of the 2017 race season. The Speedzone Fall Classic!

Friday Kicks off the weekend with an open practice. Pit gates open for the practice at 4:00 PM with practice going from 5:00 PM until dusk. Admission for the practice if $15.00 per person
Saturday is the Speedzone Fall Classic. Something for everyone. Races and the kids coin drop during intermission.
Pit gates will open at 1:00 PM, admission to the pit area is $30.00 per person, an entry fee of $25.00 per car.
Grandstands open at 2:00 PM. Adults $20.00, students 11-15 $10.00 and 10 and under free.

Racing to start at 4:00 PM

Divisions that will be racing, Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sport Mods, Grand Nationals, Street Stocks, 4 cylinders and new for the Classic will be the Asphalt Late Models.

The Speedzone banquet will be November 4th at LaSure’s Banquet Hall. Information will be available at the Fall Classic plus on the website.

SpeedZone results, September 1, 2017

Oshkosh, September 1- A perfect day for racing greeted drivers and fans to the final regular season race at the Oshkosh SpeedZone Raceway. LaSure’s Banquet Hall sponsored the final point night of the season.

A field of 127 cars used the fast track and cooler temp to put on a very competitive night of racing.

The Don Herman Auto Repair IMCA Sport Mods took the track first for feature action with Kelsy Hayes taking the lead at the start followed by Hunter Parsons, Kayden Besaw and Kyle Raddant. Point leader, Colten Van Hieren started mid pack and took the far outside line on the start and passed ½ the field three wide to be in fifth after one lap. He was in the runner up spot on lap 2 and after a caution on lap 4, took charge of the race and pulled away from the field.

Several cautions during the race kept bunching up the field, but, Van Hierden would not be denied his first ever track title by outrunning the field after each restart and claimed the checkered flag and track title, his first in his seven year career. Raddant chased and challenged Van Hierden on each restart but settled for the runner up finish. Brock Saunders took third with Jeff Steenbergen, Hayes and Brandon Berth rounding out the top six.

Jason Fish controlled the opening 2 laps of the Gold Star Racing Products Grand National feature with Ervin Kurtz, Rich Garb, Tim Reichenberger and Tim Simon behind. The lone caution of the race appeared on lap 4, and it was a flat out duel for the remainder of the race. Garb took over the top spot on the restart with Reichenberger taking the runner up spot. Defending and current point leader, Jeff Richards, moved into third with Steven Wirtz coming from mid pack and following into fourth. The battle up front saw Richards take the elad on lap 8 and after a couple laps, it was Wirtz, doing something not done too often the season, passing Richards for the lead on lap 10. Wirtz started to open a lead and the battle for second was great for the final ½ of the race, Richards held off Garb and Reichenberger until lap 14, when Garb reclaimed second and 3 laps later, Reichenberger took over third. Wirtz claimed his first ever SpeedZone feature win in only his second run of the season here. Garb and Reichenberger followed with Richards sealing his second straight track championship by finishing fourth. Brian Vinney, Jr and Larry Richards rounded out the top six.

It was time for the Automotive Supply Company IMCA Modified showdown with the top three drivers within 12 points of each other entering the race. Current point leader, T.J. Smith, had to make the main by winning a consy while Brian Drexler and Steve Schneider started in the front half of the field.

Tim Robbins led the opening 2 circuits before Mike Klenz led lap 3. Joey Taycher moved ahead just before a lone caution on lap 5. Justin Ritchie moved into the runner up spot after the restart and took over the lead on lap 8. He started to open a lead on the pack as Marcus Yarie came from mid pack and moved into second on lap 12 and set out to catch the leader. Yarie closed the gap and was right behind with 5 laps remaining, and made a hard charge to the inside on lap 16, but was fought off and Ritchie was able to pull ahead by a couple car lengths over the final laps to win his first feature here this season. Yarie took the runner up finish. Paul Parker started the main in 18th after coming through a consy and steadily worked through the field to take a strong third place finish. Brian Mullen, Taycher and John Schultz had a tight race for fourth to the finish with Mullen taking the spot ahead of Taycher and Schultz. In the point battle, all three contenders got bunched in the back of the field. But when Smith was able to pass Drexler on lap 9, he sealed the deal with an 11th place finish with Schneider in 13th and Drexler in 16th, to earn his first career Modified title by seven points over Drexler in the final tally.

The Nolte’s Auto Repair and Towing Street Stock were next up with Chad Martin leading the opening lap. A pair of cautions before lap 2 set up and non stop finish. The second caution saw point leader, Jeff Wicinsky forced to the pit after a turn three accident. Fortunately, he carried a 30 point lead into the main event, which had already sealed the track title. On the restart, Brandon Ross took over the lead with brother, Jordan taking second. Adam Crapser moved to third with Brady Baldry, Jeff Jungwirth and Lexii Aschcraft right behind. Brandon Ross opened a gap on the field with Jordan Ross holding the runner up spot until lap 15, when lapped traffic came into play. Crapser was able to secure second and closed some on the leader, but Ross drove off with his second feature win over the last three weeks. Crapser took second with Baldry able to take third. Jordan Ross finished fourth with Jungwirth and Jesse Krahn rounding out the top six.

The Lynn’s Service Center IMCA Sport Compact Dirt Devils were the final event for the night with Mike Meier taking the lead early. After a pair of cautions, Mitch Meier moved into the top spotwith Chris Maas, Cody Pankow, Taylor Becker and Jordan Klemmer lined up behind. The point battle was between Klemmer and Pankow, with Klemmer holding the nod by 4 points entering the race. Pankow was able to gain a spot by moving into the runner up spot after a final caution on lap 14. Te top five ran nose to tail over the final laps, with Meier claiming his 1st feature win of the season. Pankow finished second with Maas, Becker and Klemmer behind. Klemmer was able to take his first career track title by a mere point following the finish.

The program was the final regular season race of 2017. The final events on the schedule are the Crash’n for a Cause Charity Demolition Derby on Saturday September 16.

The final race will take place with the SpeedZone Fall Classic on September 22 nd 23rd. There will be an test and tune session on Friday night, the 22nd, with all of the racing action taking place on Saturday, the 23rd.

SUMMARY

AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY COMPANY IMCA MODIFIEDS

20 Lap Feature l. Justin Ritchie 2, Marcus Yarie 3. Paul Parker 4. Brian Mullen 5. Joey Taycher 6, John Schultz

10 Lap Consy First l. T.J. Smith 2. Adam Reed 3. R.J. Gerber

Second l. Parker 2. Jason Czarapata 3. Mike Mueller

8 Lap Heats First l. Ritchie 2. Mike Klenz

Second l. Yarie 2. Dan Roedl

Third l. Schultz 2. Brian Drexler

Fourth l. Tim Robbins 2. Taycher

JIM’S TOWING AND RECOVERY IMCA STOCK CARS

20 Lap Feature l. Travis Van Straten 2. Justin Jacobsen 3. Jeremy Christians 4. Kevin Hebbe 5. Devin Snellenberger 6. Cory Wegner

8 Lap Heats First l. Hebbe 2. Karlt Stadler

Second l. Jerry Winkler 2. Barry Streck

Third l. Jacobsen 2. Trent Nolan

DON HERMAN AUTO REPAIR IMCA STOCK CARS

20 Lap Feature 1. Colen Van Hierden 2. Kyle Raddant 3. Brock Saunders 4. Jeff Steenbergen 5. Kelsy Hayes 6/ Branden Berth

10 Lap Consy First l. Tim Sheppard 2. Tom Schneider 3. Russ Franks

Second l. Jason Ebert 2. Mitch Fairbank 3. Paul Buckholz

8 Lap Heats First l. Hayes 2. Saunders

Second l. Wayne Morgan 2. Kevin Bethke

Third l. Raddant 2. Hunter Parsons

Fourth l. Van Hierden 2. Berth

NOLTE’S AUTO REPAIR AND TOWING STREET STOCKS

20 Lap Feature l. Brandon Ross 2. Adan Crapser 3. Brady Baldry 4. Jordan Ross 5. Jeff Jungwirth 6. Jesse Krahn

89 Lap Heats First l. Chase Solomon 2. Jungwirth

Second l. Dan Kraus 2. Baldry

Third d l. Brandon Ross 2. Jeff Wicinsky

GOLD STAR RACCING PRODUCTS GRAND NATIONAL

20 Lap Feature l. Steve Wirtz 2. Rich Garb 3. Tim Reichenberger 4. Jeff Richards 5. Brian Vinney, Jr 6. Larry Richards

8 Lap Heats First l. Jeff Richards 2. Jason Fish

Second l. Larry Richards 2. Wirtz

LYNN’S SERVICE CENTER IMCA SPORT COMPACT DIRT DEVILS

20 Lap Feature l. Mitch Meier 2. Cody Pankow 3. Chris Maas 4. Taylor Becker 5. Jordan Klemmer 6. Mitchell Lee Fairbank

8 Lap Heats First l. Mike Meier 2. Fairbank

Second l. Mitch Meier 2., Maas

LATE BREAKING NEWS

This Friday just keeps getting better and better.

The management of the Speedzone was just informed that WIR’s Braison Bennett and the Speedzone’s very own, Mike King will be competing against each other this Friday, September 1, 2017 in their asphalt Late Models as the prelude to the Speedzone Fall Classic. The looser will have to wash the winners car. You will not only see champions being crowned, powderpuff and mechanics races but asphalt late models competing against each other.

When the night is completed, you will be treated to free soda, corn on the cob and tap beer after the races as a huge thank you to our loyal fans, drivers, sponsors and staff.

This is going to be one of the best finish’s to the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceways race season!

A night you do not want to miss!!!

See you at the Zone!

Oshkosh SpeedZone results, August 25, 2017

Oshkosh, August 25- A perfect night for one of the biggest races of the season at the Oshkosh SpeedZone Raceway, greeted fans and drivers to the 9th annual Corn Belt Clash/ George Scheffler Memorial Late Model series event Friday night.. A field of 35 late Models were on hand for the 50 lap main event, along with a stellar group of 33 IMCA Modifieds to complete their King of the Ring series for 2017. The largest field of Grand Nationals of several seasons, 27 cars and 20 Street Stocks rounded out the field.

Jordan Ross set the opening lap pace in the Nolte’s Auto Repair and Towing Street Stock feature with Chase Solomon taking over on lap 2 and opened a lead on the field before a caution on lap 5 bunched the pack. Adam Crapser pulled into the runner up spot after the restart and ran the outside line to challenge for the lead. By the mid point, Solomon had again opened a lead with Adam Crapser still holding second with brother, Alex, now in third, Jeff Wicinsky, Jordan Ross and Brandon Ross behind.

Over the next three laps, the Crapser duo pressured Solomon for the top spot. Out of turn 2 on lap 14, Solomon parked his car in the infield which left the brothers to fight it out for the win. They ran side by side for a couple laps before Alex was able to secure the lead and drove off to his first feature win of the season. A final lap caution ended the contest one lap early but Adam Crapser took the runner up finish with Brandon Ross working his way into the third spot. Brady Baldry also used the final few laps to secure fourth. Wicinsky and Jeff Jungwirth rounded out the top six finishers.

With a strong field of Gold Star Racing Products Grand Nationals on had a full field of 20 cars took the green with Jonathon Otte settling the pace for the opening lap before the lone caution of the race appeared on lap 2. One the restart, Brian Vinney, Jr powered into the lead and started to pull away from the pack. By the mid point, Vinney was holding a slight lead over Kenny Richards, Roger Lee, Jeff Richards and Tim Reichenberger. Kenny Richards worked to the inside of Vinney, Jr and after a couple laps of side by side racing, moved ahead to the top spot on lap 12. Once in the lead, Richards pulled away from the field to collect his first division feature of the season. Vinney, Jr took the runner up finish with Lee holding off Jeff Richards for third place. Reichenberger and Rich Garb filled in the top six spots.

The Automotive Supply Company IMCA Modifieds lined up for their KIng of the Ring 30 lap series finale and Dan Roedl set the pace for the opening lap before series point leader, Marcus Yarie, pulled alongside to take the lead on lap 2, and stated to put distance on the field. Johnny Whitman moved into the runner up spot on lap 5 and set out to close in on the leader. Lapped traffic held Whitman close the gap and by lap 10 was only a couple lengths behind Yarie. Roedl, Benji LaCrosse, Brian and Mike Mullen were right behind. Just after halfway a pair od cautions regrouped the field on laps 16 and 17. This left Yarie an open track after the restart, and he again pulled to a lead. LaCrosse was using the outside line and took the runner up spot away from Whitman with Brian Mullen moving into fourth with Mike Mashl coming from deep in the field to fifth with Roedl and Justin Ritchie in the top six. Yarie was able to hold his lead over the final laps to collect not only his 4th feature win of the season but also secure the King of the Ring overall title. Whitman chased Yarie to the finish with Ritchie working his way up the take the third place finish. Mashl completed the strong run taking fourth with LaCrosse and Roedl rounding out the top six.

Scott James grabbed the lead at the start of the Corn Belt Clash/ George Scheffler Memorial Late Model 50 lap headliner at the start with Billy Drake, Paul Parker, and Chris Simpson dropping in right behind. James took off to open an early lear, but once the leaders caught the pack to start lapping cars, the next three were able to close the gap on the leader. Once James broke free of the lapped cars, he was again able to pull away. The lst caution appeared on lap 37 for a spin and another a couple laps later kept the field bunched. But each time, James was able to open a lead and drove off to collect the Scheffler Memorial trophy and the $9,000 first place prize. Drake, Parker and Simpson rand the top 4 the entire race the Chad Simpson and Jimmy Mars completing the top six at the finish.

The SpeedZone will complete their regular season next Friday night with Championship night in all six divisions. Racing starts at 7 PM every Friday night.

The season will end with the Fall Classic on September 22 and 23, with practice on the Friday night and all of the racing action on Saturday.

SUMMARY

CORN BELT CLASH/ GOERGE SCHEFFLER MEMORIAL LASTE MODELS

50 Lap Feature l. Scott James 2. Billy Drake 3, Paul Parker 4. Chris Simpson 5, Chad Simpson 6, Jimmy Mars 7. Mitch McGrath 8. Taylor Scheffler 9. Justin Hirt 10. Nick Anvelink

12 Lap Consy First l. A.J Diemel

Second l. Jim Schmidt

10 Lap Heats First l. Parker

Second l. James

Third l. Drake

Fourth l. Mike Mullen

AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY COMPANY IMCA MODIFIEDS

30 Lap Feature l. Marcus Yarie 2. Johnny Whitman 3. Justin Ritchie 4. Mike Mashl 5. Benji LaCrosse 6. Dan Roedl

10 Lap Consy First l. John Schultz 2. R.J. Gerber 3. Chase Parker

Second l. Jason Zdroik 2. Mike Klenz 3. Mike Knurr

8 Lap Heats First l. Whitman 2. T.J. Smith

Second l. Mike Mullen 2. Ed Lemay

Third l. Ritchie 2. Mashl

Fourth l. Yarie 2. LaCrosse

NOLTES AUTO REPAIR AND TOWING STREET STOCKS

20 Lap Feature l. Alex Crapser 2. Adam Crapser 3. Brandon Ross 4. Brady Baldry 5. Jeff Wicinsky 6. Jeff Jungwirth

8 Lap Heats First l. Ross 2. Adam Crapser

Second l. Alex Crapser 2. Wicinsky

Third l. Chase Solomon 2. Jesse Krahn

GOLD STAR RACING PRODUCTS GAND NATIONALS

20 Lap Feature l. Kenny Richards 2. Brain Vinney, Jr 3. Roger Lee 4. Jeff Richards 5. Tim Reichenberger 6. Rich Garb

10 Lap Consy l. Garb 2. James Pagel 3. Dustin Douglas Weiss

8 Lap Heats First l. Jesse Cullen 2. Dan Schumacher

Second l. Vinney, Jr 2. Nicholas Strobbe

Thhrd l. Kenny Richards 2. Lee

OSHKOSH SPEEDZONE RESULTS August 18, 2017

Oshkosh, August 18- For the second straight week, the Oshkosh SpeedZone present a perfect, smooth, track wide racing surface for 128 cars to compete Friday night. Brian Mullen outran Marcus Yarie for his first win of the season here. Yarie, winner of the last three in a row, was chasing in second. Travis Van Straten , looking for a third straight IMCA Stock Car track championship, collected his fifth win of the year. Colten Van Hierden walked off with his third feature flag of the year in the IMCA Sport Mod division. Grand National point leader, Jeff Richards picked up his second feature win. Jordan Klemmer held off Chris Maas to win his second IMCA Sport Compact feature. The street Stock division saw a first time with Brandon Ross picking up his career feature flag.

Brian Mullen took charge of the IMCA Modified feature at the start, and the lone caution of the race appeared on lap 3. Justin Ritchie, Mike Mullen, Steve Schneider and Kenny Richards were behind for the restart. Mullen took off again and opened a lead as the battle for the runner up spot remained tight. 2 Time defending champ , and winner of the last three straight features, Marcus Yarie, was working to the front and finally secured the runner up spot on lap 11. Yarie set out to close the gap on Mullen, but the veteran maneuvered through traffic to collect his fist Zone feature win of the season. Yarie, although closed the gap some over the final laps, could not mount a series challenge and took the runner up spot. Richards was credited with third, while Mike Mullen, Ritchie and Schneider rounded out the top six.

Chris Lowenhagen set the pace for the first three laps of the IMCA Stock Car man before bringing out the first caution on lap 3. Kevin Hebbe inherited the lead, but one lap after the restart,. Travis Van Straten moved into the top spot and started to pull away from the pack running for second. A spin on lap 17 ended a long green stretch with the pack running for second included Justin Jacobsen, Hebbe, Jeremy Christians and Cory Wegner. There were three cautions to slow the final 3 laps with each one forcing Van Straten to run perfect laps to hold off the charge from behind. Van Straten collected his 5th feature win of the season with Christians able to wrestle into the runner up finish. Hebbe had a strong run to claim third place. Jacobsen ran to fourth follwd by Wegner and Dan Miller in the top sox.

Chase Randerson set the pace for the first half of the IMCA Sport Mods final. Hunter Parsons, Jason Ebert, Shaun Bangart , Jeff Schmuhl, and Colten Van Hieden were battling behind. Caution flew on lap 9 to bunch the field with Randerson holding the top spot for one more lap before Van Hierden powered into the top spot on lap 11. Following another caution on lap 13, Lucas Lamberies moved into the runner up spot and challenged for the lead over the final laps. Van Hierden took the checkered for his third win of the season with Lamberies a close second. Randerson held the third place finish with Schmuhl taking fourth. Kevin Bethke and Ebert rounded out the top six.

Brandon Ross took charge of the Street Stock main at the start followed by Jordan Ross, Lexii Ashcraft, Adam Crapser, Jeff Wicinsky, Jesse Krahn and Brady Baldry. Ross was able to open a lead on the field until the first caution on lap 8. Ashcraft, Baldry Chase Solomon and Frank Knaus gave chase after the restart. Ashcraft ran alongside for a couple laps before Ross fought back into the lead and again pulled away. A final caution on lap 13 had a similar outcome with Ashcraft challenging. Crapser was able overtake Ashcraft for second but Ross had already pulled away again. Over the final laps, Ross ran alone up front with the battle for the runner up spot. Ashcraft was able to make a final lap pass to secure the runner up finish. Crapser took third. Alex Crapser made a late race charge to secure fourth, Baldry took fifth and Krahn rounded out the top six.

Larry Richards powered to the outside on the opening lap of the Grand National main to was the leader after the first lap. Derek Schrauth challenged and was scored as the leader on laps 3 and 4 before Richards took charge again on lap 5. Brian Vinney, Jr moved into the runner up spot on lap 10 with Jeff Richards moving into third on lap later. Jeff moved into the runner up spot on lap 14 and pulled up on his dad, Larry a couple laps later, With the elder Richards running the outside lie and Jeff running the inside. The pair ran nearly door to door for the rest of the race with Larry holding a slight edge on each lap. Jeff was inches ahead on lap 18 to be scored as the leader and was also in the same spot as the white flag appeared. As the pair were side by side on the back chute, a slower car looped his car just ahead of the leaders in the outside line. Larry did not have enough time to react and slammed the stalled car, bringing out the lone caution to end the race. Jeff collected his second feature win of the season, and Larry credited with the runner up finish. Larry was very shaken up in the incident but OK. Vinney Jr was scored in third with Jesse Cullen taking fourth with Schrauth taking fifth. Rich Garb rounded out the top six.

Cody Booth set the ace for three laps of the IMCA Sport Compact feature before Jordan Klemmer moved into the top spot on lap 4. Klemmer started to open a lead on the field with point leader, Chris Maas moving into the runner up spot on lap 9. Maas was able to close the gap on the leader, but Klemmer was able to hold off the late race challenge to claim his second feature win of the season. Maas, the point leader, took second. Mitchell Lee Fairbank was third, followed by Cole Thomas, Seth Hickman and Brad Nelson.

Next week the Oshkosh SpeedZone will be hosting one of the biggest nights of the season with the Corn Belt Clash/ George Scheffler Memorial Late Model Special. Over the past couple years, this race has brought in over 50 car to compete. The Modifieds will complete their King of the Ring series for 2017. The Street Stock and Grand Nationals will round out the big night.

SUMMERY

AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY COMPAND IMCA MODIFIEDS

20 Lap Feature 1. Brain Mulle 2, Marcus Yarie 3. Kenny Richards 4. Mike Mullen 5. Justin Ritchie 6. Steve Schneider

10 Lap Consy First l. Paul Parker 2. T.J. Smith 3. Brian Crapser

Second l. Mike Wedelstadt 2. Chase Parker 3. R.J> Gerber

8 Lap Heats First l. Mike Mullen 2. Brian Mullen

Second l. Ritchie 2. John Schultz

Third l. Richards 2. Brian Drexler

Third 1. Schneider 2. Rob Krull

JIM’S TOWING AND RECOVERY IMCA STOCK CARS

20 Lap Feature l Travis Van Straten 2. Jeremy Christians 3. Kevin Hebbe 4. Justin Jacobsen 5. Cory Wegner 6. Dan Miller

8 Lap Heats First Barry Streck 2. Christians

Second l. Hebbe 2. Randy Roen

DON HERMAN AUTO REPAIR IMCA SPORT MODS

20 Lap Feature l. Colten Van Hierden 2. Lucas Lamberies 3. Chase Randerson 4. Jeff Schmuhl 5,Kevin Bethke 6. Jason Ebert

10 Lap Consy l. Nick Schultz 2. Scott Besaw 3. Brock Saunders

8 Lap Heats First . Jeff Steenbergen 2. Hunter Parsons

Second l. Bernie Miller 2. Tim Sheppard

Third l. Jason Ebert 2. Shaun Bangart

NOLTE’S AUO REAIR AND TOWING STREET STOCKS

20 Lap Feature l. Brandon Ross 2. Lexii Ashcraft 3. Adam Crapser 4. Alex Crapser 5. Brady Baldry 6. Jesse Krahn

8 Lap Heats First l. Alex Crapser 2. Jeff Wicinsky

Second l. Ashcraft 2. Krahn

Third l. Ross 2. Chase Solomon

GOLD STAR RACING PRODUCTS GRAND NATIONALS

20 Lap Feature l. Jeff Richards 2. Larry Richards 3. Brian Vinney, Jr 4. Jesse Cullen 5. Derek Schrauth 6. Rich Garb

8 Lap Heats First l. Cullen 2. Garb

Second l. Jeff Richards 2. Vinney, Jr

LYNN’S SEVICE CENTER IMCA SPORT COMPACTS DIRT DEVILS

20 Lap Feature l. Jordan Klemmer 2, Chris Maas 3. Mitchell Lee Fairbank 4. Cole Thomas 5. Seth Hickman 6. Brad Nelson

8 Lap Heats First l;. Cody Pankow 2. Thomas

Second l. Cody Booth 2. Klemmer

Friday August 18th

The Speedzone will be racing this Friday August 18th. It is our kids ride along night and prelude to the Beja Shriners Monster Motor Madness and Thrill show this weekend.

SpeedZone results, Tuesday August 1, 2017

Oshkosh, August 1- The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series opened a four race tour through Wisconsin with their first appearance at the Oshkosh SpeedZone Raceway on Tuesday August 1.

A field of 36 WWO cars checked in and after the final checker , Brandon Sheppard, raced to his 12 series feature win of the season by leading all 50 laps of the event.

The Automotive Supply Company IMCA Modifieds ran the second leg of their King of the Ring series with Marcus Yarie running to his second straight feature win of the season.

The Nolte’s Auto Repair and Towing Street Stock division ran a special event with Chase Solomon claiming the feature flag, his first career division win.

Weekly Friday night racing will resume this week Friday, August 11. And the Zone will host the AMA Motorcylce races on Saturday night, August 12.

SUMMARY

WORLD OF OUTLAW CRAFTSMAN LATE MODELS

50 Lap Feature 1. Brandon Sheppard 2. Don O’Neal 3. Frank Heckenast 4. Morgan Bagley 5. Mike Marlar 6. Chris Madden 7. Devin Moran 8. Eric Wells 9. Rick Eckert 10. Jimmy Mars

15 Lap Last Chance Showdown First 1. Darrell Lanigan 2. Shane Clanton 3. Nick Anvelink Second 1. Bagley 2. Kyle Bronson 3. Brian Shirley

10 Lap Heats First 1. Madden 2. Tyler Erb Second 1. Sheppard 2. Eckert Third 1. O’Neal 2. Wells Fourth 1. Marlar 2. Heckenast

“KING OF THE RING” Round II IMCA MODIFIEDS

25 Lap Feature 1. Marcus Yarie 2. Mike Mullen 3. Steve Schneider 4. TJ Smith

5. Brian Drexler 6. Kenny Richards

8 Lap Heats First 1. Benji LaCrosse 2. Mike Mullen

Second 1. Brian Mullen 2. Jason Czarapata

Third 1. Smith 2. Tim Robbins

NOLTES AUTO REPAIR & TOWING STREET STOCKS

20 Lap Feature 1. Chase Solomon 2. Adam Crapser 3. Frank Knaus 4. Jerry Winkler

5. Brady Baldry 6. Lexii Ashcraft

8 Lap Heats First 1. Solomon 2. Dan Knaus

Second 1. Jeff Richards 2. Mark Schultz

World of Outlaw Tickets

Ticket prices and tickets for tonight’s World of Outlaw show are still available at the gate. Prices are 12 and over are $30.00 and 11 and under are $10.00.