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DERENNE REIGNS AT THUNDERHILL

DERENNE REIGNS AT THUNDERHILL

by Tom Wagner

(Sturgeon Bay, WI – 7/10/2010) – Longtime veteran Chris Derenne held off a late charge from Jared Siefert to win his first IMCA Modified feature in several years Saturday night at Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay.

Derenne shared the spotlight with five other first time 2010 winners; Kyle Wanner in the IMCA Stock Cars, Rod Solem in the IMCA Northern Sport Mods, Todd Everard in the Super Stocks, Travis Hackett in the IMCA Hobby Stocks and 4 Cylinder rookie Joey Scoon.

While Derenne led all 20 laps of the Modified headliner, the feature checker nearly slipped from his grasp in the final dash as a determined Siefert almost stole the win at the line.

The first half of the race gave little indication how close the finish would be as Derenne worked his way to a sizeable advantage on the field.  With Tony Wedelstadt and Randy Markwardt, Jr locked in a battle for second, Derenne put nearly a quarter-lap cushion between he and the lead pack.

Wedelstadt would eventually take control of the runner-up spot and began to pull away from Markwardt when the event’s first incident took Tim Czarneski not only out of the top five but out of the race altogether.

It took a couple tries, but once the green stayed put, Derenne again found his rhythm and began to edge away.  Kyle Kudick now joined Wedelstadt in the battle for second.  Kudick gained the edge on the low line, but the two locked together, sliding high out of two with eight laps to go.  Siefert and Shawn Kilgore took advantage of the open lane and sped past into second and third.  The duo set sail for Derenne, steadily chipping away at the lead.

As the white flag flew, Siefert caught the leader.  His chance for the win came on the final series of corners as Derenne left just enough room on the low line for Siefert to move in.  But Derenne had enough momentum out of the corner to nip Siefert by less than half a car length at the line.

Kilgore was right in their tracks at the stripe for third, with Kudick righting the ship after the contact with Wedelstadt to take fourth.  Last week’s feature winner, James Tebon, turned in another strong performance to round out the top five.

In the IMCA Stock Cars, Wanner didn’t had a big lead to lose because he was under constant attack from never less than two cars the entire way.

He took the lead from Eric Malfroid on the second lap, and was quickly joined by Jaime Suchocki and Troy Muench in the struggle for the point.  The low line was the preferred place to be for most of the night and that’s where Wanner set up shop.

Tucked in on his back bumper was Suchocki, followed closely by Dave Bouche, with Muench working the outside line.  Wanner and Muench logged lap after lap, side by side, with Wanner always able to hold the edge.

Muench dropped back slightly in the closing laps to give Wanner the slightest breathing room.  Suchocki was never able to get inside of the leader, but did nip Muench at the line for second, with Bouche right there in fourth.  Greg Gretz got the best of a race-long match-up with Charlie Kroll and Eugene Gregorich to claim the final top five spot.

In the IMCA Northern Sport Mods, Solem took the lead at the drop of the green, and despite two cautions midway through the event wasn’t seriously challenged en route to his win.

Jeff Vlies established second and broke from the pack, but couldn’t chase down Solem.  Tyler Hackett fended off challenges from Chris Benes and Kelsy Hayes early, then Tom Stark and Jesse Kroll late, for a hard-fought third place finish.

In the Super Stocks, Everard’s second Hill visit of the year paid dividends as he out-dueled Dave Baenen for the win.

Baenen had taken the top spot from Kipp Burlo on the seventh lap, but lost it to Everard two laps later.  Baenen refused to surrender, chasing the eventual winner until the end before posting a season best second.

Tony Everard, James Bosman and division point leader Andy Paluch rounded out the top five.

Travis Hackett passed Travis LuMaye on the second lap, taking charge of the IMCA Hobby Stock finale for good on the way to his first career feature win.  C.J. Weckler would move into second three laps later, but couldn’t get into position to test Hackett.

Two-time Hobby Stock champ Keith Kickbusch stayed in the hunt the entire way placing third, followed by Roger LaViolette in fourth and LuMaye turning in a solid fifth place run.

Like the IMCA Stock Cars, the 4 Cylinder feature turned in a four-car scramble for the victory in the final lap with Scoon holding off Mike Sargent, Matt Torphy, and Jeremy DuBois to get his first career feature win.

This Saturday night, Dave Hatch Racing will host the show, featuring the second annual IMCA Modified King of the Hill competition sponsored by Packerland Whey.

Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side, with racing in the six divisions beginning every Saturday night through the summer at 6:00 PM. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com.

Thunderhill Raceway Results 7/10/10

IMCA Modified 20 Lap Feature – Chris Derenne, Luxemburg: Jared Siefert, Luxemburg: Shawn Kilgore, New Franken: Kyle Kudick, Two Rivers: James Tebon, Algoma: Russ Reinwald, Juneau

Heat 1 – Siefert: Tebon
Heat 2 – Kilgore: Evan Madden, Algoma
Heat 3 – Kudick: Dan Ratajczak, Frog Station

IMCA Stock Car 20 Lap Feature – Kyle Wanner, Suamico: Jaime Suchocki, Forestville: Troy Muench, Namur: Dave Bouche, Algoma:  Greg Gretz, Kewaunee: Charlie Kroll, Forestville

Semi-Feature – Casey Groessl, Algoma: Don Aregoni, Sturgeon Bay: Mike Gilson, Greenleaf: Tony Bouche, Algoma

Heat 1 – Suchocki: Bret Koehler, Two Rivers
Heat 2 – Jeremy Wiitala, Green Bay: Muench
Heat 3 – Wanner: Eric Malfroid, Luxemburg

IMCA Northern Sport Mod 18 Lap Feature – Rod Solem, Seymour: Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee: Tyler Hackett, Algoma: Tom Stark, Egg Harbor:  Jesse Kroll, Algoma: Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay

Heat 1 – J.J. Anderson, Pulaski: Solem
Heat 2 – Hackett: Stark
Heat 3 – Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay: Eric Arneson, Oconto Falls

NEW Super Stock 15 Lap Feature – Todd Everard, Green Bay: Dave Baenen, New Franken: Tony Everard, Green Bay: James Bosman, Sturgeon Bay:  Andy Paluch, Pulaski: Gene Sternard, Luxemburg

Heat 1 – Tony Everard: Nick Grovogel, Forestville
Heat 2 – Kipp Burlo, Sturgeon Bay: Jimmy Anderson, Forestville

IMCA Hobby Stock 15 Lap Feature – Travis Hackett, Algoma: C.J. Weckler, Sturgeon Bay: Keith Kickbusch, Kewaunee:  Roger LaViolette, Forestville: Travis LuMaye, Forestville: Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay

Heat 1 – Hackett: Peterson
Heat 2 – Kickbusch: Weckler

4 Cylinder Feature – Joey Scoon, Sturgeon Bay: Mike Sargent, Sturgeon Bay: Matt Torphy, Bonduel:  Jeremy DuBois, Sturgeon Bay: Brian Sargent, Sturgeon Bay:  Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay

Heat – Scoon: Torphy

Tebon Dominates To Earn First Victory of Season

Tebon Dominates To Earn First Victory of Season

By Greg Aregoni

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) July, 3rd- James Lee Tebon used the inside lane for all 20 laps and cruised to his first win of the season at the Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill Raceway. Charlie Kroll picked up the win in the IMCA Stockcars after a race long duel with Greg Gretz. Other winners on the night were Adam Pallex in the IMCA Hobby Stocks, Jeff Vlies in the IMCA Northern Sportmods, Eddie Anschutz in the N.E.W. Super Stocks, and Brian Johnson in the 4 Cylinders

Nick Grovogel led the opening three circuits of the N.E.W. Super Stock feature before a cut tire would end his night. Dave Baenen powered by and looked to have the race in control until a caution for conor Iverson brought out the caution on lap 9. Eddie Anschutz and Josh Novak used the caution to there advantage and cleared their racers when racing resumed. Baenen would suffer mechanical issues ending his night. With everyone behind him Anschutz led the final 6 circuits to pick up his 2nd win of the season. Novak was second followed by point leader Andy Paluch, Tony Everard, and James Bosman.

Chris Benes led the opening lap of the IMCA Northern Sportmod feature until Jeff vlies rocketed by down low. Cochart was trailed by Ryan Lemieux by 3 car lengths until a caution for Shawn Lemieux waved on lap 9. On the restart, Lemieux used the topside of the track to gain advantage for one lap. Vlies was able to regain the lead and won the feature but not without heavy pressure from Lemieux who had to settle for second. Steve Jorgenson who started 17th finished 3rd. Jesse Kroll who started 16th finished 4th, followed by Eric Arneson in fifth.

Dave DeGrave used his outside front row starting spot to claim the lead early in the IMCA Stockcar feature. DeGrave would continue to lead until Kyle Wanner tangled with Scott Reinhardt. Wanner was called for the caution and sent to the back with Reinhardt suffering a bent spindle. When racing resumed, Charlie Kroll and Greg Gretz powered by DeGrave to grab the top two spots. A game of cat and mouse was played between the two but Kroll was able to win by a couple car lengths. Point leader Gretz finished second. Ben Kroll finished 3rd in his first run at Thunderhill. John Heinz finished fourth with DeGrave fifth. After the race, Kyle Wanner claimed the motor of Charlie Kroll. Claim was accepted and they swapped motors.

Evan Madden led the opening five laps of the IMCA Modified feature before James Lee Tebon shot passed inside and never looked back. Dan Rataczjak would get to second and try on the topside of the track to get around Tebon but to no avail. Tebon would pull away in the waning laps to pick up his first win of the season. Rataczjak would take home second place money. Shawn Kilgore was third followed by Jay Mathias and Madden.

Despite heavy pressure all race long, Adam Pallex never left the bottom of the track and was able to pick up the victory in the IMCA Hobby Stock feature. Frank Paul finished second. Rob Waechter Jr. settled for third followed by Brandon Peterson, and Luke Lemmens.

Brian Johnson scored a clean sweep in the Feisty 4 Cylinder class. Jeremy Dubois was second and Matt Sargent third.

Next Saturday Night will be Lakeside Painting and Sherman Williams Night with the Feisty 4 Cylinders being introduced.

Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side with racing in the six divisions beginning every Saturday night through the summer at 6:00 PM. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com You can also follow ThunderHill Raceway on Facebook and Twitter.

IMCA Modified Feature- 1. James Lee Tebon, Algoma 2. Dan Rataczjak, Frog Station 3. Shawn Kilgore, New Franken 4. Jay Matthias, DePere 5. Evan Madden, Algoma

Heats #1 1. Tebon 2. Kyle Kudick, Two Rivers
#2 1. Billy Lemieux, Sturgeon Bay 2. Rataczjak
#3 1. Chris Derenne, Luxemburg 2. Madden

IMCA Stockcar Feature- 1. Charlie Kroll, Forestville 2. Greg Gretz, Kewaunee 3. Ben Kroll, New Franken 4. John Heinz, Green Bay 5. Dave DeGrave, Luxemburg

Consy -1. Jeremy Wiitala

Heats- #1 1. Kroll 2. Kyle Wanner, Suamico
#2. 1. John Anschutz, Brussels 2. Scott Reinhardt, Bailey’s harbor
#3 1. DeGrave 2. Shawn Havel, Algoma

IMCA Hobby Stock Feature- 1. Adam Pallex, Algoma 2. Frank Paul, Kewaunee 3. Rob Waechter Jr, Ellisville 4. Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay 5. Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee

Heats- #1 1. Waechter 2. Peterson
#2 1. Lemmens 2. Derek Moede, Luxemburg

IMCA Northern Sportmod Feature- 1. Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee 2. Ryan Lemieux, Sturgeon Bay 3.Steve Jorgenson, Sturgeon Bay 4. Jesse Kroll, Algoma 5. Eric Arneson, Coleman

Heats- #1 1. Vlies 2. Tom Stark, Egg Harbor
#2 1. Tyler Hackett, Algoma 2. Bernard Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay

N.E.W. Super Stock Feature- 1Edwaurdo Anschutz, Bucktown, Iowa2. Josh Novak, Appleton 3. Andy Paluch, Pulaski 4. Tony Everard, Green Bay 5. James Bosman, Sturgeon Bay

Heats #1 1. Brian Weslow, Green Bay 2. Novak
#2 1. Everard 2. Dave Baenen, New Franken

4 Cylinder Feature- 1. Brian Johnson, Oconto Falls 2. Jeremy Dubois, Algoma 3. Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay 4. Heather Goldman, Sturgeon Bay 5. Marc Clark, Sturgeon Bay

Heat- 1. Johnson 2. Dubois

PIERRARD WINS FAREWELL FEATURE / WEDELSTADT VICTORIOUS AT THUNDERHILL

By Edward Anschutz

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) June 26 – Defending stock car champion Mike Pierrard used a late race caution to pass Kyle Wanner to win the IMCA stock car feature at Prestige Yacht Coatings ThunderHill Raceway. Other feature winners were Mike Wedelstadt (Modified), Tom Stark (sport mod), Rob Waechter Jr. (hobby Stock), Josh Novak (street stock) and Ralph Liegeois (four-cylinders).

Casey Groessl led the first 2 circuits before Kyle Wanner would take over the top spot, a lap later Groessl’s engine would expire ending his night. Wanner would pull out to a sizable lead leaving the battle for second between Mike Pierrard and Dave Bouche. A lap 17 caution would set up a 3 lap dash to the checkers. Pierrard would muscle his way under Wanner and the pair would make contact. As the sparks flew Pierrard would take commend of the race and pick up his first win of the season. Pierrard’s win maybe his last for a long time as he leaves on Sunday due to a job relocation in Georgia. Bouche would nip Wanner at the line for second, Matt Junio fourth and points leader Greg Gretz fifth.

Mike Wedelstadt passed Jeremy Jacobs and went on to win his first feature of the season in the IMCA Modifieds.

Jeremy Jacobs used his front row starting spot to lead until Mike Wedelstadt used the high groove to power around Jacobs on lap 4 and cruised to the win. James Tebon would finish a solid second, points leader Todd Dart third, Jay Matthias and Shawn Kilgore rounded up the five.

Veteran racer Tom Stark would pass Keith Peterson to take his first career feature in the IMCA Sport Mods.

Rookie Keith Peterson would look to be having a career night leading the first 4 laps of the feature, that’s when Tom Stark made his move down low taking the lead out of turn 4. Points leader Jesse Kroll would begin to work through the pack until a busted tie rod would send his machine into the front stretch wall, ending his night. Stark would hold on and take the victory, as his car entered victory lane, flames would erupt from under the hood. The flames were extinguished and Stark would emerge unhurt. Brad Lautenbach would place second, Bernie Reinhardt and Jeff Vlies would place third and fourth. With a fifth place finish Eric Arneson moved back atop the point standings.

Rookie Josh Novak picked up his first career feature win in the Street Stocks.

David Baenen would set the early paces until a flat tire would send him pit side. Brian Weslow would inherit the lead, until Josh Novak came powering by in the high groove on lap 7. Novak would go on and win the caution free event. Second would go to Andy Paluch, James Bosman third followed by Jimmy Anderson and Tony Everard

Rob Waechter took the lead on lap 5 from Adam Pallex and went on to win his second IMCA Hobby Stock feature of the season. Marcus Moede would finish second, Rookie Travis Hackett with a career best third, Brandon Peterson and Tom Brumlic round out the top five.

Ralph Liegeois Jr. would make it a clean sweep winning his heat and feature the four-cylinders.

Next week, July 3 Poh’s Corner Pub / Stauber Electric will be the sponsor for Saturday night, which will include IMCA Sport Mod driver introductions.

Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side with racing in the six divisions beginning every Saturday night through the summer at 6:00 PM. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com You can also follow ThunderHill Raceway on Facebook and Twitter

RACE SUMMARY

IMCA MODIFIED FEATURE: 1. Mike Wedelstadt, New London; 2. James Tebon, Algoma; 3. Todd Dart, Algoma; 4. Jay Matthias, DePere; 5. Shawn Kilgore, New Franken

HEAT 1: Tebon; Tim Czarneski, Denmark
HEAT 2: Evan Madden, Algoma; Matthias

IMCA STOCK CAR FEATURE: 1. Mike Pierrard, Green Bay; 2. Dave Bouche, Algoma; 3. Kyle Wanner, Suamico; 4. Matt Junio, Casco; 5. Greg Gretz, Kewaunee

CONSI: Bret Koehler, Two Rivers; Eric Malfroid, Luxemburg

HEAT 1: Wanner; Charlie Kroll; Forestville
HEAT 2: Jeremy Jauquet, Green Bay; Junio
HEAT 3: Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor; Gretz

IMCA SPORT MOD FEATURE: 1. Tom Stark, Egg Harbor; 2. Brad Lautenbach, New Franken; 3. Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee; 5. Eric Arneson, Oconto Falls

HEAT 1: Chris Benes, Algoma; Arneson
HEAT 2: Tyler Hackett, Algoma; Vlies

IMCA HOBBY STOCK FEATURE: 1. Rob Waechter Jr., Ellisville; 2. Marcus Moede, Algoma; 3. Travis Hackett, Algoma; 4. Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay; 5. Tom Brumlic, Denmark

HEAT 1: CJ Weckler, Sturgeon Bay; Brumlic
HEAT 2: Adam Pallex, Algoma; Peterson

STREET STOCK FEATURE: 1. Josh Novak, Neenah; 2. Andy Paluch, Pulaski; 3. James Bosman, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Jimmy Anderson, Forestville; 5. Tony Everard, Green Bay
HEAT 1: Kipp Burlo, Sturgeon Bay; Everard
HEAT 2: Brian Weslow, Green Bay; Bosman

FOUR CYLINDER FEATURE: 1. Ralph Liegeois Jr., Oconto; 2. Jeremy DuBois, Algoma; 3. Mike Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 5. Joey Scoon, Sturgeon Bay

HEAT 1: Liegeois; DuBois

KUDICK FENDS OFF LATE RACE CHARGE TO WIN IN THE MODFIEDS

KUDICK FENDS OFF LATE RACE CHARGE TO WIN IN THE MODFIEDS

By Edward Anschutz

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) June 19 – Kyle Kudick was able to fend of a late race charge from Mike Wedelstadt to pick of his first win of the season at Prestige Yacht Coatings ThunderHill Raceway. Other feature winners were Greg Gretz (stockcar), Brad Lautenbach (sport mod), Brandon Peterson (hobby Stock), And Paluch (street stock) and Jeremy DuBois (four-cylinders).

Kyle Kudick led the opening 6 laps before Tim Czarneski would use the high groove to take over the top spot. Czarneski would battle Kudick door to door for the lead, with Kudick taking the lead back on lap 10. A caution would bunch the field and set up a 3 lap dash to the checkers. As the green flew Mike Wedelstadt would pull to the outside and Kevin Sternard to the inside with Kudick in the middle. Kudick would fight off the advances of Sternard. With the checkers waving in the air, Wedelstadt would pull along side Kudick but it wouldn’t be enough as Kudick would pick up the win his first of the season. Wedelstadt would make contact with wall finishing second, Sternard third, points leader Todd Dart fourth and Czarneski would settle for fifth.

Greg Gretz fought a hard charging Troy Muench and survived a late race caution to pick up his second feature win of the season in the IMCA Stock Car class.

Aaron Thornton would set the pace early, before Greg Gretz used the outside line in his Ford Thunderbird to take the lead on lap 4. Gretz would jump out to a huge lead, until last weeks feature winner, and point leader Troy Muench moved into the runner up spot and began to reel in Gretz. 4 laps later Muench would catch Gretz, but as they went into turn 1 one the duo made contact and Muench would suffer a flat right front tire ending his night. Gretz would look to have the race in hand until a late race caution. When racing resumed Gretz would again pull away from the field taking the win and the points lead, as co point leaders John Heinz and Muench encounter trouble and go laps down. Rookie Jeremy Wiitala would place second, Matt Junio third, Bret Koehler who came through the consi was fourth and Charlie Kroll fifth.

Brad Lautenbach would take the lead on lap 6 and go on to win his third feature of the season in the IMCA Sport Mods.

A series of wrecks would slow the early stages on the Sport Mod feature. Brad Lautenbach would quickly charge from his fifth row starting spot and take the lead away from Tim McCormick and never look back picking up the win. McCormick second, Tom Stark third, new point leader Jesse Kroll would place fourth with Rookie Chris Benes would have his best career finish placing fifth.

Brandon Peterson would take the lead away from defending track champion Frank Paul with 5 laps remaining to win his first IMCA Hobby Stock feature of the season.

Second generation driver Rob Waechter Jr. led the first 5 circuits before Frank Paul would take over the top spot. His reign up front was short lived as 2 laps later Brandon Peterson would power by. A series of cautions would keep the field bunched up. When dust settled the checkers would go to Peterson. Waechter and Paul would make contact on the last lap sending Waechter to the infield. Points leader Luke Lemmens would place second, Paul would settle for third with CJ Weckler and Rookie Travis Hackett round out your top five.

Andy Paluch powered by Jimmy Anderson on lap 5 and cruised to his second career feature win the Street Stock division. New point leader Geno Sternard would take second, David Baenen third and Jimmy Anderson and Rookie Kipp Burlo round out the top five.

Jeremy DuBois went on to win his third feature of the season in the four-cylinders, padding his point lead.

The nights races were dedicated in Memory of former racer and tech official Mark Reinhard who passed away on May 31.

Next week, June 26 Wicked Witch Enterprises LLC will be the sponsor for Saturday night, which will include IMCA Hobby Stock driver introductions.

Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side with racing in the six divisions beginning every Saturday night through the summer at 6:00 PM. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com You can also follow ThunderHill Raceway on Facebook and Twitter

RACE SUMMARY

IMCA MODIFIED FEATURE ~ 1. Kyle Kudick, Two Rivers; 2. Mike Wedelstadt, New London; 3. Kevin Sternard, Sturgeon; 4. Todd Dart, Algoma; 5. Tim Czarneski, Denmark

HEAT 1 ~ Kudick; Dan Ratajzcak, Frog Station
HEAT 2 ~ Wedelstadt; Sternard

IMCA STOCKCAR FEATURE ~ 1. Greg Gretz, Kewaunee; 2. Jeremy Wiitala, Green Bay; 3. Matt Junio, Casco; 4. Bret Koehler, Two Rivers; 5. Charlie Kroll, Forestville

Consi ~ John Heinz, Green Bay; Koehler

HEAT 1 ~ Wiitala; Kyle Wanner, Suamico
HEAT 2 ~ Troy Muench, Union; Shawn Havel, Algoma
HEAT 3 ~ Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor; Kroll

IMCA SPORT MOD FEATURE ~ 1. Brad Lautenbach, New Franken; 2. Tim McCormick, Sturgeon Bay; 3. Tom Stark, Baileys Harbor; 4. Jesse Kroll, Algoma; 5. Chris Benes, Algoma

HEAT 1 ~ Lautenbach; Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee
HEAT 2 ~ Tyler Hackett, Algoma; Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay
HEAT 3 ~ Kroll; Kelsy Hayes, Sturgeon Bay

IMCA HOBBY STOCK FEATURE ~ 1. Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay; 2. Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee; 3. Frank Paul, Kewaunee; 4. CJ Weckler, Sturgeon Bay; 5. Travis Hackett, Algoma

HEAT 1 ~ Rob Waechter Jr., Ellisville; Marcus Moede, Algoma
HEAT 2 ~ Adam Pallex, Algoma; Paul

STREET STOCK FEATURE ~ 1. Andy Paluch, Pulaski; 2. Geno Sternard, Sturgeon Bay; 3. David Baenen, New Franken; 4. Jimmy Anderson, Forestville; 5. Kipp Burlo, Sturgeon Bay

HEAT 1 ~ Tim Jandrin, Kewaunee; Paluch
HEAT 2 ~ Burlo; Baenen

4 CYLINDER FEATURE ~ 1. Jeremy DuBois, Algoma; 2. Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 3. Mike Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Matt Trophy, Green Bay; 5. Marc Clark, Green Bay

HEAT 1 ~ Mike Sargent

REVIN KEVIN SCORES FIRST MOD WIN OF THE SEASON

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By Edward Anschutz

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) May 30 -Kevin Sternard would use the low groove to pass Kyle Kudick on lap 8 and survive a late race charge from Todd Dart to win his first Modified feature of the season at Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill Raceway. Other feature winners were Troy Muench (stockcar), Jeff Vlies (sport mod), Adam Pallex (hobby Stock), Gene Sternard (street stock) and Mathius Prouty (four-cylinders).

Kyle Kudick would pace the early laps in the IMCA Modified feature, until Kevin Sternard would work his way to the inside of Kudick’s machine. The two would run door to door for several laps before Sternard would finally grab the lead on lap 8. A caution with 6 laps remaining would bunch the field. As the green flew former Champion Todd Dart would set his sights on the leader. Sternard running low and Dart up high, when the white flag flew the two would be side by side, but it was Sternard who would rocket off the final turn and take the win. Dart would settle for second, third for Billy LeMieux, Kudick fourth and Jared Siefert fifth.

Troy Muench would pass Jamie Suchocki in the waning laps to win the IMCA Stockcar feature.

A four car battle ensued for the lead with Jamie Suchocki, Kyle Wanner, Eugene Gregorich and Troy Muench. That’s when Muench would work to the outside of Suchocki and take the lead on lap 13. Gregorich would follow suit and work by Wanner and Suchocki. Gregorich would run right to the back bumper of Muench, but it was to little to late as Muench would pick up the checkers, his first win of the season. Followed by Gregorich, a season best third for Suchocki, fourth for Wanner, and fifth Charlie Kroll.

2008 IMCA Sport Mod Champion Jeff Vlies would do a spin to win, capturing his first feature win of the season.

Action was halted by two early cautions, the second of which resulted in Jeff Lautenbach getting rolled over and Jarred VanLaanen’s machine making hard contact with the front stretch wall. Both drivers would emerge without injury but their racers were done for the night.

When racing resumed it was Jeff Vlies on the point, two time feature winner Brad Lautenbach, began to reel in Vlies. With 6 laps remaining Lautenbach and Vlies would make contact sending Vlies’s racer spinning wildly in front of the entire field, bringing out the caution. Lautenbach would be charged for the contact, forcing him to restart at the tail end of the field. Vlies would be given the lead back and he would fight off a late race charge from last weeks winner Ryan LeMieux. Jesse Kroll, Bernie Reinhardt and point leader Eric Arneson would round out the top five.

In Street Stock action Gene Sternard picked up his first career feature win passing point leader James Bosman on the final lap.

Tim Jadrin would lead the first 5 circuits before rookie Tony Everard take over. Everard would lose control 3 laps later handing the lead to James Bosman who looked to have the race well in hand. But a caution would allow a 3 lap dash to the finish. That’s when Gene Sternard would make the pass for the lead with 1 lap to go and hold on for the win. Jason Novak would sneak by for second as Bosman made contact with front stretch wall finishing third, Tony and Nick Everard would round out the top five.

Adam Pallex would lead every lap and pick up his second career feature win in the IMCA Hobby Stocks.

Pallex would contend with Brandon Peterson the majority of the event, but when the dust settled it was the second year driver picking up the win. Following Pallex at the Checkers were Peterson, George Paul, Roger LaViolette and Marcus Moede.

Mathius Prouty is his first trip to ThunderHill Raceway would win the four-cylinder feature.

Artic Glacier Ice will be the sponsor for Saturday night, which will include Street Stock driver introductions.

Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side with racing in the six divisions beginning every Saturday night through the summer at 6:00 PM. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com You can also follow ThunderHill Raceway on Facebook and Twitter.

Race Summary

IMCA MODIFIED FEATURE ~ 1. Kevin Sternard, Sturgeon Bay; 2. Todd Dart, Algoma; 3. Billy LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Kyle Kudick, Two Rivers; 5. Jared Siefert, Luxemburg

HEAT 1 Siefert; Shawn Kilgore, New Franken
HEAT 2 Evan Madden, Algoma; Dart
HEAT 3 Jay Matthias, DePere; Sternard

IMCA STOCKCAR FEATURE ~ 1. Troy Muench, Brussels; 2. Eugene Gregorich, Kewaunee; 3. Jamie Suchocki, Forestville; 4. Kyle Wanner, Suamico; 5. Charlie Kroll, Forestville

CONSI 1 Jeremy Wiitala, Green Bay

HEAT 1 Wanner; Dave Bouche, Algoma
HEAT 2 Tony Bouche, Algoma; Kroll
HEAT 3 Suchocki; Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor

IMCA SPORT MOD FEATURE ~ 1. Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee; 2. Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay; 3. Jesse Kroll, Algoma; 4. Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay; 5. Eric Arneson, Oconto Falls

CONSI Dennis Miesler

HEAT 1 Vlies; Shawn LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay
HEAT 2 LeMieux; Arneson
HEAT 3 Jarred VanLaanen, Green Bay; Reinhardt

STREET STOCK FEATURE ~ 1. Gene Sternard, Sturgeon Bay; 2. Jason Novak, Appleton; 3. James Bosman, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Tony Everard, Green Bay; 5. Nick Everard, Green Bay

HEAT 1 T. Everard; Nick Grovogel, Forestville
HEAT 2 N. Everard; Tim Jandrin, Kewaunee

IMCA HOBBY STOCK FEATURE ~ 1. Adam Pallex, Algoma; 2. Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay; 3. George Paul, Luxemburg; 4. Rodger LaViolette, Forestville; 5. Marcus Moede, Algoma

HEAT 1 Peterson; Paul
HEAT 2 Derrick Moede, Casco; CJ Weckler, Sturgeon Bay

4 CYLINDER FEATURE ~ 1. Mathius Prouty, DePere; 2. Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 3. Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Jessica Liegois, Green Bay; 4. Patrick King, Mooresville, NC

HEAT 1 Jeremy DuBois, Algoma; Prouty
HEAT 2 Matt Sargent; Mike Sargent

LATE PASS NETS HILL WIN FOR THE FLASH

by Tom Wagner

(Sturgeon Bay, WI – 5/22/2010) – With a late race pass of former national champ Jared Siefert, Dan “The Frog Station Flash” Ratajczak scored his first IMCA Modified feature win of the season Saturday night at the Prestige Yacht Coating Thunderhill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay.

Joining Ratajczak in victory lane were Greg Gretz in the IMCA Stock Cars, Ryan LeMieux in the IMCA Northern Sport Mods, Ed Anschutz in the NEW Super Stocks, Rob Waecther, Jr in the IMCA Hobby Stocks and Jeremy DuBois in the 4 cylinders.

Ratajczak was the beneficiary of a mid-race caution; a theme that was played out in multiple features on the night. Without a pause just past half-way, the night’s trophy would certainly have gone home with Siefert.

He had taken the lead on the second lap from Ronnie Plog and had motored away to an insurmountable advantage on the field. Plog, Kevin Sternard, Tim Czarneski and Ratajczak where left behind, battling for what appeared to be a second place finish at best. But a spin by Plog on the 12th lap not only cost him a solid top five run, it also wiped away Siefert’s big edge.

With the field now on his bumper, Siefert couldn’’t shake free from Sternard or Ratajczak. Ratajczak used the outside line to grab second, then moved low on Siefert to challenge for the lead. With five to go, Todd Dart arrived on the scene, slipping past Sternard for third.

Ratajczak continued to work the inside on Siefert, edging to the lead for good with three laps to go. Siefert managed to hold off Dart for the runner-up spot, marking the second week in a row that he had big leads washed away by cautions. Sternard logged a season high with a strong run for fourth with Czarneski fifth.

Gretz slipped inside of former champ Mike Pierrard to take the lead, then held on through two late restarts to claim his first win of the season. The race’s first half featured close quarters racing between Pierrard, Rick Mahlberg and Kyle Wanner before Gretz took over.

The late cautions allowed J.J. Heinz and Troy Muench to join the lead pack. On the final restart with three to go, Heinz jumped from the outside of the second row to take second from Pierrard, but couldn’t mount a serious challenge to Gretz in the final sprint. Muench would relegate Pierrard to fourth in the final tally, with Shawn Havel advancing from his 9th row starting spot to fifth.

Like the Modifieds, the IMCA Northern Sport Mod picture was changed dramatically by cautions. This time it was Dennis Miesler who opened up a commanding lead and appeared headed for his first ever feature win.

A first caution wiped the big lead away, and then two more yellows – the last for a five car crash with four laps left – prevented him from building it back up.

LeMieux, with Eric Arneson to his outside, settled into the second row for the final restart. Despite constant pressure from LeMieux, it appeared Miesler might still be able to pull off the win. But on the final corner, LeMieux grabbed the inside line and won the drag race down the front stretch to the line by a matter of feet.

Miesler would settle for the bittersweet second, followed by Arneson, Bernie Reinhardt and Jesse Kroll from deep in the field.

Racing again on a part-time basis, Anschutz put down the announcer’s microphone for the weekend and marched quickly from his fifth row starting spot to notch his first win of the year.

It was a steady drive forward for the former Hobby Stock champ, taking 4th on lap four, 3rd two laps later and 2nd on lap seven. The one man left to beat at that point was Tim Jandrin, who took control at the drop of the green.

Anschutz moved in, then found an open line on the inside to take the point with five to go.

Jandrin would complete his solid night by finishing second ahead of Nick Everard, Brian Weslow and the previous week’s winner, Andy Paluch.

A last lap spin took the drama away from what was shaping up as wild three-car finish between Waechter, Luke Lemmens and Tom Brumlic in the Hobby Stock headliner.

Waechter led the entire race, but was under heavy pressure most of the way, both from Lemmens and Roger LaViolette. Brumlic threw his hat in the ring late, getting around LaViolette for third.

On the final lap, the trio of leaders were nearly side by side, when a spinner in front of them forced a caution, ending the race. Scored as the leader on the second to last lap, Waechter was awarded the win, with Lemmens second and Brumlic third. Derek Moede passed LaViolette late for fourth.

DuBois took the lead on the first lap and walked away to his second straight win in the four cylinder class. Mike Sargent won a race-long duel with Matt Sargent to grab the runner-up spot.

This Saturday night, Palmer Johnson will host the show, featuring a bike give-away for the kids. 6 bikes will be given away, with the lucky winners choosing their favorite drivers to compete in a race on the bikes around the oval. The winning driver will receive $100 from Thunderhill to present to his or her favorite charity.

Thunderhill is located at the John Miles Fair Park on Sturgeon Bay’s east side with racing in the six divisions beginning every Saturday night through the summer at 6:00 PM. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com.

Thunderhill Raceway Results 5/22/10

IMCA Modified 20 Lap Feature – Dan Ratajczak, Frog Station: Jared Siefert, Green Bay: Todd Dart, Algoma: Kevin Sternard, Sturgeon Bay: Tim Czarneski, Denmark: Evan Madden, Algoma

Semi-Feature – Sean Jerovetz, Sobieski: Brian Joski, Luxemburg: Kyle Kudick, Mishicot: Jay Matthias, DePere

Heat 1 – Czarneski: Ratajczak
Heat 2 – Madden: Billy LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay
Heat 3 – Ronnie Plog, Green Bay: Mike Wedelstadt, Fremont

IMCA Stock Car 18 Lap Feature – Greg Gretz, Kewaunee: J.J. Heinz, Green Bay: Troy Muench, Brussels: Mike Pierrard, Green Bay: Shawn Havel, Algoma: Kyle Wanner, Suamico

Semi-Feature 1 – Havel: Bret Koehler, Two Rivers: Casey Groessl, Algoma: Kelsy, Hayes, Sturgeon Bay

Semi-Feature 2 – Matt Junio, Casco: Don Aregoni, Sturgeon Bay: Tyler DeBauche, Suamico: Phil Mott, Two Rivers

Heat 1 – Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor: Wanner
Heat 2 – Gretz: Aaron Thornton, Maplewood
Heat 3 – Muench: Heinz

IMCA Northern Sport Mod 18 Lap Feature – Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay: Dennis Miesler, Luxemburg: Eric Arneson, Oconto Falls: Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay: Jesse Kroll, Algoma: Steve Georgenson, Sturgeon Bay

Semi-feature – Scott Boulanger, Luxemburg: Georgenson: Kelsy Hayes, Sturgeon Bay: Jeff Lautenbach, Sturgeon Bay

Heat 1 – Miesler: Reinhardt
Heat 2 – Eric Mahlik, Green Bay: Martin Kelsey, Sturgeon Bay
Heat 3 – Cory Cochart, Kewaunee: Jarred Van Laanen, Green Bay

NEW Super Stock 15 Lap Feature – Ed Anschutz, Kewaunee: Tim Jandrin, Kewaunee: Nick Everard, Green Bay: Brian Weslow, Green Bay: Andy Paluch, Pulaski: Gene Sternard, Luxemburg

Heat 1 – Nick Everard: Tony Everard, Green Bay
Heat 2 – Jandrin: Kipp Burlo, Sturgeon Bay

IMCA Hobby Stock 15 Lap Feature – Rob Waechter, Jr, Ellisville: Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee: Tom Brumlic, Denmark: Derek Moede, Casco: Roger LaViolette, Forestville: Marcus Moede, Luxemburg

Heat 1 – Waechter: Derek Moede
Heat 2 – Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay: Brumlic

4 Cylinder Feature – Jeremy DuBois, Algoma: Mike Sargent, Sturgeon Bay: Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay: Mathias Provty, DePere: Adam Goldman, Sturgeon Bay: Brandon Kaye, Green Bay

Heat – Mike Sargent: Matt Sargent

DART HITS BULLSEYE WITH MODIFIED WIN

DART HITS BULLSEYE WITH MODIFIED WIN

By Edward Anschutz

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) May 15 – Algoma’s Todd Dart would use a late race caution to score the IMCA Modified feature win at Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill Raceway in Sturgeon Bay. Other feature winners were Jeremy Wiitala (stockcar), Brad Lautenbach (sport mod), Luke Lemmens (hobby Stock), Andy Paluch (street stock) and Jeremy DuBois (four-cylinders).

Jared Seifert would take the lead away from Kevin Sternard in the early laps of the IMCA Modified feature. Siefert looked to be well on his way to the feature win until a caution with 5 laps to go would bunch the field. As the green flew Siefert would take the low line with Dart sliding high. The duo would run side by side but it was Dart who would run to the high line to perfection and pick up his first win of the season. At the checkers Jay Matthias would cross the line second, Siefert third, pointes leader Shawn Kilgore fourth and Sternard fifth.

Rookie Jeremy Wiitala passes former champ Eugene Gregorich to win his first IMCA Stockcar feature.

Gregorich would jump out to a huge lead only to see it erased with a caution on lap 7. Wiitala would use the low groove at the midway point to pass Gregorich and cruise to the win followed by Greg Gretz, Charlie Kroll third, Mike Pierrard who had to qualify through the consi and Gregorich would round out the top five.

Brad Lautenbach would take command passing Tom Stark with 5 laps remaining to win his second straight feature in the IMCA Sport Mods.

A roll over by Tyler Hackett would slow action on lap 15. Hackett would spin sending cars scattering , he then would receive hard contact from Tyler Wilson, sending Hackett on his roof. Bother drivers escaped with out injury but their machines would suffer extensive damage. When racing resumed Lautenbach was able slip by Stark and take the win. Stark would settle for second, Brad Theys third, Jesse Kroll would place fourth after starting eighteenth, Steve Jorgenson would take fifth.

Andy Paluch scores first career feature win in Street Stock action.

Tony Everard and Andy Paluch would wage battle swapping the lead lap after lap. The duo would run door to door coming for the checkers with Paluch wining by mere inches. Everard would finish second, point leader James Bosman third with Gene Sternard and Jimmy Anderson rounding out the top five.

Luke Lemmens would pass Tom Brumlic with 3 laps to go and win his first feature of the season. Brumlic would finish second, Rodger LaViolette third, Marcus Moede fourth and defending champion Frank Paul fifth.

Jeremy Dubois would pass Brian Johnson with 7 laps to go and win the caution free four-cylinder feature.

Next week’s races we will have the IMCA Stockcars in the spotlight and the night will be sponsored by Harbor Lady Cruises. With a regular racing program of IMCA modifieds, stock cars, hobby stocks, northern sport mods, street stocks and four-cylinders. Racing gets underway at 6pm. For more information, visit www.racethunderhill.com or call (920) 743-7052

RACE SUMMARY

IMCA MODIFIED FEATURE ~ 1. Todd Dart, Algoma; 2. Jay Matthias, DePere; 3. Jared Siefert, Luxemburg; 4. Shawn Kilgore, New Franken; 5. Kevin Sternard, Sturgeon Bay

HEAT 1 Siefert; Kilgore

HEAT 2 Evan Madden, Algoma; Jeremy Jacobs, Luxemburg

IMCA STOCKCAR FEATURE ~ 1. Jeremy Wiitala, Green Bay; 2. Greg Gretz, Kewaunee; 3. Charlie Kroll, Forestville; 4. Mike Pierrard, Green Bay; 5. Eugene Gregorich, Kewaunee

CONSI Pierrard; Shawn Havel, Algoma

HEAT 1 Rick Mahlberg, Green Bay; Tony Bouche, Algoma

HEAT 2 Gretz; Kroll

HEAT 3 Rick Dix, Green Bay; Dave Bouche, Algoma

IMCA SPORT MOD FEATURE ~ 1. Brad Lautenbach, New Franken; 2. Tom Stark, Baileys Harbor; 3. Brad Theys, Kewaunee; 4. Jesse Kroll, Algoma; 5. Steve Jorgenson, Sturgeon Bay

CONSI Kroll; Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay

HEAT 1 Lautenbach; Tyler Wilson, Sobieski

HEAT 2 Shawn LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay; Martin Kelsey, Sturgeon Bay

HEAT 3 Theys; Stark

STREET STOCK FEATURE ~ 1. Andy Paluch, Pulaski; 2. Tony Everard, Green Bay; 3. James Bosman, Sturgeon Bay; 4. Gene Sternard, Sturgeon Bay; 5. Jimmy Anderson, Forestville

HEAT 1 Anderson; David Baenen, New Franken

HEAT 2 Dennis Weidner, Sturgeon Bay; Everard

IMCA HOBBY STOCK FEATURE ~ 1. Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee; 2. Tom Brumlic, Denmark; 3. Rodger LaViolette, Forestville; 4. Marcus Moede, Algoma; 5. Frank Paul, Kewaunee

HEAT 1 LaViolette; Lemmens

HEAT 2 CJ Weckler, Sturgeon Bay; Brumlic

FOUR-CYLINDER FEATURE ~ 1. Jeremy DuBois, Algoma; 2. Brian Johnson, Oconto Falls; 3. Kasey Gross, Gleason; 4. Mike Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; 5. Matt Sargent, Sturgeon Bay

HEAT 1 Johnson; DuBois

DEFENDING MODIFIED CHAMPION WINS OPENER

DEFENDING MODIFIED CHAMPION WINS OPENER

Photos provided by Dan Lewis Photography (www.danlewisphoto.net)

By Edward Anschutz

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) May 1- Defending Modified Champion Shawn Kilgore used his front row starting position to win the opener at Prestige Yacht Coatings ThunderHill Raceway.

A total of 128 racecars packed the pit area 29 Sport Mods, 27 Stockcars, 23 Modifieds, 18 Hobby Stocks, 16 Street Stocks and 15 4cyl.

Kilgore would jump to a sizable lead over Jeremy Jacobs until a series of cautions would bunch the field. On the restart Todd Dart would take a run at Kilgore’s machine but wasn’t able to gain enough momentum on the top side. Kilgore would again pull away as Dart and Jacobs waged a battle for second. Coming through turns 1 and 2 Dart and Jacobs would make contacting, sending Jacobs spinning and Dart through the infield. As a result the caution would fly and both drivers were charged with the caution, sending them to the rear of the field. Both cars would pull along side each other on the front stretch and express there displeasure. Kilgore would survive a late race charge from Dan Rataczjack and go on to pick up the win. Rataczjack would settle of second followed by Jay Mathias, Billy LeMieux and Kyle Kudick.

Charlie Kroll and John Heinz would wage a fearless battle in settling the IMCA Stockcar feature. Kroll would take the lead from his front row starting spot, with Heinz giving steady pressure. The duo would break away from the pack until a serious of cautions bunched the field. On the restart Dave Bouche, Dave DeGrave and Greg Gretz would wage a 3 car battle for the third spot. Contact with Bouche and the Ford Thunderbird of Gretz would send Gretz to pit lane with a flat tire. On lap 11 Kroll would slip high and Heinz would muscle his car down low and would take the lead. Despite continuing contact and heavy pressure from Kroll, Heinz would go and take the victory. Bouche would nip Kroll at the line for second followed by Troy Muench and Shawn Havel.

Bernie Reinhardt would set the pace in the IMCA Northern Sport Mod feature until lap 8, that’s when Brad Lautenbach would make his move powering underneath Reinhardt taking the lead. With door open Ryan LeMieux would slide into the second spot and began to chase down Lautenbach. Caution would fly on lap 15, setting up a 5 lap dash to the finish. On restart LeMieux’s machine would not fire, he would need a push start and was forced to go to the tail of the field. Eric Arneson and Steve Jorgenson would throw there hat in for ring but it was Lautenbach who would hold on for the win followed by Arneson, Jorgenson, Reinhardt and Jesse Kroll.

In IMCA Hobby Stock Action Luke Lemmens would do battle with Brandon Peterson for the lead, as the duo ran door to door until Peterson was able to complete the pass for the lead. Chad Kaminski would do battle with Lemmens for second. Lemmens would begin to find a little more momentum up top and began to reel in Peterson , Lemmens would pull even with the leader with 3 laps to go, only to make an evasive move to miss a lap car. Sending Lemmens machine into a cloud of dust and costing him a chance at victory. Peterson would go on to win the 15 lap contest followed by Kaminski, Lemmens, Jarred VanLaanen and Tom Brumlic.

Rookie James Bosman who purchased his new racecar from former Street Stock Champion Jeremy Wiitala,
would go on to lead every lap in the caution free Street Stock feature. Finishing a strong second was Gene Sternard, followed by Joe Schwister, David Baenen and Todd Everard.

Jason Cornelius would take the lead away from Kasey Gross on lap 7 and go on the win the 4 cylinder feature. At the line Gross would take second over Jeremy Dubois.

Next week’s races are sponsored by Peil Construction and Maas Floral. Free Mother’s Day Flowers! With a regular racing program of IMCA modifieds, stock cars, hobby stocks, northern sport mods, street stocks and 4 cylinders. Racing gets underway at 6pm. For more information, visit www.racethunderhill.com or call (920) 743-7052

RACE SUMMARY

IMCA MODIFIED FEATURE ~ Shawn Kilgore, New Franken; Dan Rataczjack, Frog Station; Jay Mathias, DePere; Billy LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay; Kyle Kudick, Two Rivers

HEAT 1 Mathias; Mike Wedelstadt, Fremont
HEAT 2 Jared Siefert, Luxemburg; Dean Mauer, Green Bay
HEAT 3 LeMieux; Kilgore

IMCA STOCKCAR FEATURE ~ John Heinz, Green Bay; Dave Bouche, Algoma; Charlie Kroll, Forestville; Troy Muench, Brussels; Shawn Havel, Algoma

CONSI Tony Bouche, Algoma; Jeremy Wiitala, Green Bay

HEAT 1 Kroll; D. Bouche
HEAT 2 Heinz; Dave DeGrave
HEAT 3 Eugene Gregorich, Kewaunee; Scott Reinhardt, Baileys Harbor

IMCA SPORT MOD FEATURE ~ Brad Lautenbach, New Franken; Eric Arneson, Oconto Falls; Steve Jorgenson, Sturgeon Bay; Bernie Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay; Jesse Kroll, Algoma

CONSI Jeff Vlies, Kewaunee; Nick Potts, Green Bay

HEAT 1 Reinhardt; Jorgenson
HEAT 2 Lautenbach; Tom Stark, Baileys Harbor
HEAT 3 Ryan LeMieux, Sturgeon Bay; JJ Anderson, Pulaski
HEAT 4 Kroll, Eric Mahlik, Green Bay

IMCA HOBBY STOCK FEATURE ~ Brandon Peterson, Sturgeon Bay; Chad Kaminski, Luxemburg; Luke Lemmens, Kewaunee; Jarred VanLaanen, Green Bay; Tom Brumlic, Denmark

HEAT 1 VanLaanen; Lemmens
HEAT 2 Peterson; Kaminski

STREET STOCK FEATURE ~ James Bosman, Sturgeon Bay; Gene Sternard, Sturgeon Bay; Joe Schwister, Black Creek; David Baenen, New Franken; Todd Everard, Green Bay

HEAT 1 Schwister; Tony Everard, Green Bay
HEAT 2 Bosman; Tim Jandrin, Kewaunee

4 CYLINDER FEATURE ~ Jason Cornelius, Oneida; Kasey Gross, Gleason; Jeremy DuBois, Algoma; Mike Sargent, Sturgeon Bay; Brian Johnson, Oconto Falls

HEAT 1 DuBois; Sargent
HEAT 2 Johnson; Cornelius