Mullen & Wagner both net $1000

Mullen & Wagner both net $1000

Shawn Wagner Won the first of the IMCA Stock Car Triple Creek Series, his 2nd win of the season, While Brian Mullen took home the Win for the IMCA Modified (make-up) Red Race, of the Red, White, & Blue Series, both netting the drivers with a $1000 pay day.

GRAND NATIONALS A-MAIN
1.Steven Wirtz, 2.John Rothmund, 3.Kevin Naidl, 4.Shawn Schmitt, 5.Noah Wachowiacz, 6.Terry Van Roy

IMCA STOCK CAR A-MAIN
1.Shawn Wagner, 2.Brett Wenzel, 3.Jeremy Christians, 4.Devin Snellenberger, 5.John Heinz, 6.Larry Karcz Jr.

(“Lunchbox” Shawn Wagner won his 2nd IMCA stock car feature of the year, Shawn elected to take the dive in “the pond”.)

IMCA SPORTMODS A-MAIN
1.Jacob Zellner, 2.Eugene Gregorich, 3.Tom Stark, 4.Ryan Lemieux, 5.Tailar Ness, 6.Bill Edler

STREET STOCKS   A-MAIN
1.Douglas Engleking, 2.Kevin Koehler, 3.Shawn Haydon, 4.Kraig Koehler, 5.Jeremy Hebel, 6.Dean Anhalt

IMCA MODIFIEDS  A-MAIN
1.Brian Mullen, 2.Jason Czarapata, 3.Josh Long, 4.Rm VanPay, 5.Johnny Whitman, 6.Brandon Long

IMCA SPORT COMPACT  A-MAIN
1.Brody Rivest, 2.Mitch Meier, 3.Kyle Dimmick, 4.Shaun Bangart, 5.Brian Watzka Jr, 6.Ethan Beattie

Nathan Bouche Memorial turns out a $2000 Weekend

Come on out and enjoy the races this Saturday for the Nathan Bouche Memorial race which is the start of the Stock Car Triple Creek Series and the Red race of the Red White and Blue series for the modifieds along with the four other divisions Street Stock, Grand national, Sport Compact, and Sport mods.

IRA invades 141 Speedway – May 28, 2017

Sunday, the teams head south to the unique 141 Speedway. The high banked 1/3rd mile oval hosted its first IRA event in 2010 and quickly became a fan favorite.

Bill Balog has won 8 of the last 10 events at the formerly paved oval. His strongest challenge on Sunday night will likely come from the Meyer Electric 85m piloted by Steve Meyer. Meyer who currently sits 4th in points has shown great speed all season and is always in contention to win at 141 Speedway.

Another likely challenge could come from Aurora, Illinois’ Blake Nimee. Nimee’s 79 team has had great speed all year, including setting fast time at Beaver Dam Raceway earlier this year but mechanical issues have plagued the team thus far. With the mechanical gremlins ironed out for this weekend Nimee is sure to be a front runner.

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