by Dave Buss
Total Power Sales Street Stocks
On track introductions brought the field to the front stretch to begin the Total Power Sales Street Stock feature event. Andy Gross would use his Pole Position to perfection as he grabbed the early lead before a lap two caution involving 4 cars in corner three. Gross would take the lead on the restart with point leader Shawn Haydon giving chase. Another caution would fly with ten to go as Gross continued to lead Haydon. Further back Jeff Jungwirth was moving forward after starting the race in the back of the pack.

Yellow would fly again this time causing the race to be checkered for time. Gross, would pick up the win with Haydon and Travis Grissman in the top three.

by Dave Buss
Total Power Sales Street Stocks
Always a great night at the track is the LeRoy Dehn Memorial night which means a special 22 lap Street Stock feature. This night would bring back the excitement of Street Stock racing as Jeff Wicinsky took to the point early in the event. Jerry Winkler would use a an inside move to grab the lead on lap four and try to get away from Shawn Haydon who had grabbed second. Jerry Winkler would have hold off Haydon lap after lap as all Haydon could do is get to Winkler’s bumper. The top two cars would build a lead of nearly half the track over the third place car of Wicinsky. Winkler would grab the win with Haydon, Wicinsky, Travis Grissman and Gordy Lewis

by Dave Buss
Automotive Supply Company presented the 2010 Hall of Fame night as the Speedzone rolled back prices and presented the 2010 class. The class included Bob Bennett, Miles Melius, Jim Luethy and Bob Klienschmit. While the rain held off and allowed the show to be run, the wet conditions made the track extremely rough as the night went along.

The Oshkosh Speedzone would like to announce the 2010 Walk of Fame inductees.

Bob Bennett, Miles Melius, Jim Luethy and Bob Klienschmit.

We will be inducting these 4 gentleman into the Walk of Fame Tuesday July 20th during the Through back days to Leo Speedway. Admission for this event is just $5.00 for everyone 11 and older. We will also have $1.00 tap beer as well as soda and hot dogs.

Join us and their family and friends for this celebration.

The Oshkosh Speedzone will be adding the growing class of the Sport Mods. They will have a 2 night run along with the end of year special. They will run on August 20 and September 3, 2010 as well as the end of year special held on September 10 and 11, 2010.

The payout for the class has yet to be determined but with expectations it is expected to be around $40.00 to start the feature with $170.00 to win. Larry Stratton, partner, said that he is excited to add the Sport Mod to the balance of the 2010 season along with adding them for the 2011 race season on a full time basis. Larry stated that he has no clue how many cars will come out this year but has high expectations for the 2011 season.

The July 4th weekend got off to a blast at the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway as the INEX Legends joined the program. A great crowd joined with great weather combined to make it a terrific night at the track. Racette Ford presented the Firecracker Classic to begin the summer in style.

After a long waited month, the Interchange of Hwy 41 and 76 is complete and open. The detours do not have to be used anymore and getting to the Zone will be much easier.

By Scott Owen
Oshkosh,WI,6/22/10—Eddie “The Eagle” Anschutz made his first trip to the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway a good one as he captured the checkered flag in the street stock division. Terry Van Roy also scored his first win of the year in the grand national class. Tim Simon won his second straight feature in the dirt devils, and Mike Mullen grabbed his third straight win in the modified class.

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by Dave Buss
Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway finally returned to action after losing the battle against Mother Nature the past few weeks. Joining the action for the first time in 2010 would be the Legends division. The racing action was fast and smooth as the night saw very few caution flags in the heat and B main races.