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THUNDERHILL SPORT MOD KING OF THE HILL & 300TH STREET STOCK FEATURE SAT. AUGUST 27

Posted under News on August 24th, 2011

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) August 24 – IMCA Sport Mod appreciation night will kick off on Saturday August 27 at Prestige Yacht Coatings Thunderhill Raceway. The Sport Mods take their turn racing for extra cash in the “King of The Hill” race.
 
$500 will be spread out to the top 5 finishers in the King of the Hill race, with the winner taking home $300. There is NO extra fee at the back gate for the Sport Mod King of The Hill. How it works…the top 10 finishers in the feature will automatically be in, then we will take 2 provisional’s (the highest drivers in points who didn’t make it in the top 10).
 
Drivers will redraw for the 12 starting spots. The race will take place at the end of the night and will be a total of 20 laps with a competition caution coming just after lap 10. Drivers will have a 10-15 minute break on pit lane to make adjustments. They will then line back up the way they finished on lap 10 and race to the checker.

1st pays $300, 2nd-$100, 3rd-$50, 4th-$30, 5th-$20 This payout is in addition to full feature pay. If a driver is able to win both they would be walking away with a good chunk of change.
 
The night will also feature the running of the 300th Street Stock feature. The nightly event will be brought to by Tisler Salvage. Tisler has been in business since 1966 and offers parts for all makes and models of vehicles. Their website features an online parts inventory search, for more info please visit www.tislersalvage.com
 
For a complete list of 2011 event please visit the track’s website at www.racethunderhill.com 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. IMCA Modified, IMCA Stock Car, IMCA Northern Sport Mod, IMCA Hobby Stock, Street Stock and Feisty Fours in action. Pit gates open at 3:30 P.M. racing starts at 6:00 P.M. You can also follow Thunderhill Raceway on Facebook and Twitter.

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By Edward Anschutz

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By Edward Anschutz

(Sturgeon Bay, WI) August 9, 2015 Results- Tony Bouche made a last lap, last corner pass on Jamie Suchocki to steal the win in the IMCA Stock Cars at Thunderhill Raceway. Other feature winners were Todd Dart (IMCA Modified), Vince Engebregtsen (IMCA Sport Mod), Ford Malvitz (IMCA Hobby Stock), Billy LeMieux (Street Stock) and Tory Peterson (Thunder Truck). Adam Sternard took home the win and $500 in the Trailer Race of Destruction.

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HISTORIC NIGHT FOR LEMIEUX

(Sturgeon Bay, WI – 7/29/2015)

Chances are, Billy LeMieux will long remember the last week of July, 2015.

After winning two features on Sunday, he came back to repeat the feat Wednesday night as Thunderhill Raceway’s program shifted to midweek to open the Door County Fair.

Joining LeMieux in victory lane on the night were Tyler Hackett in the Modifieds, Randy LeMieux, Jr in the Sport Mods, Travis LuMaye in the Hobby Stocks and Nathan Delsart in the Thunder Trucks.

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