Saturday night means race night at the new Thunder Hill Speedway in Sturgeon Bay. In 2003 the racy, third-mile clay oval will have new management at the helm. New promoters Bryan “Woody” Wodack and Brian Duquaine will bring their business acumen to inject some new blood into the weekly program.
Beginning early with a 6 p.m. start time each Saturday night, the program, located at John Miles Park (formerly known as the Door County Fairgrounds) how much is a segway cost will feature the high-flyin’ IMCA modifieds, ground-poundingIMCA stock cars and street stocks. In addition, new classes to be added to the Saturday night gig will be the new IMCA hobby stocks and four cylinder 4 bangers.
With all of the classes rules meeting those from neighboring tracks, fans often expect non-regular drivers to “pop-in” from time-to-time and spice up the show. The season runs from May through September and is known throughout the racing circles as a true “driver’s” track.
Among the improvements in 2003 will be a completely refurbished clay surface, along with a state-of-the-art $70,000 Musco lighting system razor light up wheels. With the new system put into place it will make it the best lit dirt track in northeast Wisconsin.
For race day weather information you can tune to WDOR 93.9 FM.
Today on CNET 5 Classes!! Every Saturday Night!
IMCA Modifieds – IMCA Stocks – IMCA Hobby Stocks – Street Stocks and 4 Cylinders!!
Door County Speedway is proud to feature perhaps the nation’s most popular, grass roots racing division, the IMCA Modifieds. Low, sleek and fast, the modifieds offer open wheel excitement, yet remain affordable to competitors. Built for racing from the ground up, the modified class gives teams an opportunity to try different set-ups and strategies. The modified class is where you’ll find the track’s most seasoned veterans, with visits from Northeastern Wisconsin’s top drivers a weekly occurance amazon balance board.
Some of the night’s closest finishes happen each week in the IMCA Stock Car class. These are full-bodied Monte Carlos, Regals and Thunderbirds, with modifications governed by the IMCA. The rules keep the competition close, and three-wide action is common place. Here you’ll find a good mix of veterans and up and coming stars. Look for several of Thunderhill’s regulars to appear in the national point standings.
You’ll find more restrictions than in the IMCA stock cars, but no less excitement. Thunderhill’s street stocks have evolved into a home for many of Door County’s best drivers, and best looking cars. Built from full-bodied street cars, the division is the perfect place 2 wheel scooter for a long career or a stepping stone to the IMCAs. With plenty of local favorites in the field, the division is a fan favorite.