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By Jeffrey Sachse
Thursday, August 4, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. -Sometimes life presents unexpected challenges, and these misfortunes can be overcome with a little help from friends and family. The racing community recently had one of it's own suffer some misfortune as M.J. Brenner and her family was displaced by a house fire which had occurred on July 23rd. Brenner is a competitor in the Lynn's Service Center Dirt Devil division and she has sponsored several cars through her business Generation Lanes in Eldorado, WI.


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By Jeffrey Sachse
Friday, July 29, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. - The final racing program of July took place at the Oshkosh Speedzone on Friday Night July 29th, as Knaus Cheese and Weyauwega Star Dairy presented the Leroy Dehn Memorial race. Over 100 cars turned out to participate in the program.


Wednesday, July 27, 2011 - We're heading into the home stretch of the 2011 racing season at Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway. The current year has been highlighted by close and competitive race events, last lap passes for victories and high car counts with an average weekly showing of over 100 cars entering the pit area.
A look at the remaining races this season shows a wide variety of events to satisfy any need for speed.


By Jeffrey Sachse
Tuesday, July 26, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. - Hardcore race fans who prefer one type of racing surface over another have made their opinions known. Phrases like "dirt's for racing, asphalt's for getting to the track" and conversely "asphalt 's for racing, dirt is for planting corn" can commonly be heard.

Driver's likewise often have a preference but what of those who have an opportunity to try both?


Brian Drexler has a 19 point lead in the Automotive Supply Company Modified standings is it enough to win a track title?Brian Drexler has a 19 point lead in the Automotive Supply Company Modified standings is it enough to win a track title?Sunday, July 24th, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. - 19 Points. In three divisions, that number separates would be champions from their rivals. As the season heads into the final month one can begin to look at the title chases and determine the contenders.

So just who is looking solid and which divisions have the closest title chases?

First, let's look at the point system.

Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway awards 40 points to the winner of a feature race. For every position behind the winner the points drop by one. As a result second place scores 39 points, third scores 38 and so forth. The 20th position in a feature scores 21 points.


By Jeffrey Sachse
Tuesday, July 19, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. - It was an evening to honor the past and celebrate the present as three new inductees were added to the tracks Walk of Fame. Leroy Dehn, Jerry Reichenberger and Erv Schmude joined the list of those honored for their racing accomplishments at the former Leo's Speedway, predecessor of the current Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway.


The Oshkosh Speedzone as well as many other tracks is at the half way of the race season. During the first half of the season there was some great racing going on as well as some blunders. We are looking a great second half of the season to come. There are many close races going on like the Miller Lite Grand Nationals where there is just 5 points separating 1-5 positions and many other close points’ races going on.


By Jeffrey Sachse
Friday, July 15, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. - After a one week break in the action, the roar of the engines were heard again at Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway. Fans who attended Budweiser Night at the Races were treated to several dramatic finishes during the course of the evening including some thrilling moments during the feature events.


Brian Drexler currently heads up the standings in the Automotive Supply Company Modified division.Brian Drexler currently heads up the standings in the Automotive Supply Company Modified division.By Jeffrey Sachse
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 - Oshkosh, WI. - Drivers in the thick of the point chase will be put to the test this coming week as Oshkosh Speedzone will host two racing events just four days apart. Racing resumes this Friday Night, July 15th after a one week break in racing action as the track facilities were in use by Lifefest. The "Budweiser Night at the Races" kicks off the flurry of racing action this Friday night followed by the special Tuesday Night Walk of Fame program presented by The Galleria of Entertainment on July 19th.

Those two races will go a long way in determining the points battle into the second half of the season.