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Reutzel, Smith, Andrews, Luinenberg & Devries take Jackson IMCA Nationals wins Halverson and Rosenboom pick up Sprint wins on the night

By: Tom Svoboda/JSTS Announcer

Jackson Minnesota (September 27, 2014) – The weather a near perfect for the final night of racing on 2014 season at the Jackson Speedway.

Winning the 36th Annual Jackson IMCA Nationals Championships were Tad Reutzel, IMCA Modifieds; Devon Smith, IMCA Stock Cars; Justin Luinenberg, IMCA Hobby Stocks; Jason Andrews, IMCA Sport Mods; and Jay Devries, IMCA Sport Compacts.  It was also season championship night for the JSTS Sprints which saw Brandon Halverson pick up the win and Jody Rosenboom won Miniakota Micro Sprint feature.

The 20 lap Minnesota West Community & Technical College Miniakota Miniakota Micro Sprint feature saw Jody Rosenboom get the early, avoid a several car pile-up in turn two and go on the pick up the feature race win.  John Sullivan was second followed by Nick Birchard, Cody Wagner, and Jason Wagner.  Heat race wins went to Nick Birchard and John Sullivan. 

The 12 lap Yellowbook Sport Compact feature race saw several leaders early in the race, but it was last two laps when the battle really started to heat up as Nate Coopman pulled alongside race leader Jay Devries and the two raced side by side for the last lap and it was Devries getting the better run out of turn four, held off Coopman, and picked up the Jackson Nationals Championship.  Jay Devries picked up his first ever Jackson Nationals win followed by Nate Coopman, Cody Thompson, Megan Lappegard, and Stephanie Forsberg.  Heat race wins went to Kyle Ewert, Jay Devries and Cody Thompson.

The 15 lap Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stock feature saw Justin Luinenberg get the lead early the race from his outside pole starting position. Luinenberg led every lap of the event but it wasn’t without a late race challenge by Cory Probst who pulled alongside him with just three laps to go. When the field was given the white flag, Luinenberg had about a car length lead over Probst, and a late race caution also slowed race and bunched the field back up.  On the restart Justin Luinenberg kept the field behind him and went on to win his first Jackson Nationals Championship.  Corey Probst was second followed by Drew Barglof, Malik Sampson, and Brandon Nielsen.  The B features were won by Ryan Grochow & Ernie Dailey.  Heat wins went to Justin Nehring, John Watson, Doug Wickman, and Jamey Songer.

It was a first time winner in victory lane following the 20-lap Last Deck JSTS Sprint Cars.  Brandon Halverson started on the pole position of the event and he was able to keep the field behind him as the battle to second on back was hotly contested between Jamey Ogston, Lee Grosz, and Skylar Prochaska.  For several laps Grosz and Prochaska would go back and forth until Grosz slowed and ended up stopping on the track.  On the restart, Halverson kept the field behind as JSTS point leader Kaley Gharst was moving up through the field as he start at the rear of the field.  As the race began to wind down Prochaska would get around Ogston.  At the checkered flag Brandon Halverson would take the win followed by Skylar Prochaska, Jamey Ogston, Kaley Gharst, and Jody Rosenboom. Heat race wins went to Lee Grosz and Skylar Prochaska. 

 The 15-lap Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mod feature saw Dan Paplow get the early lead as he led through the races first nine laps.  On lap nine it was Jason Andrews moving into the lead then Matthew Looft moved up through the field and started challenging Andrews for the lead. When the checkered flag flew it was Jason Andrews picking up the Nationals win.  Matthew Looft was second followed by Dan Paplow, Nick Dieter, and Randy Winter.  Heat race wins went to Danny Myrvold and Dan Paplow. 

 The 20-lap Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car Doug Cellen Memorial saw Devin Smith get the lead from his pole starting position.  Smith would lead the entire race but really caught a break when the yellow flag came out when he got caught up with Derek Green in turn one.  Since the lap wasn’t complete Smith got the lead back.  On the restart  Smith keep the field behind him and went on to take the win.  Luke Sathoff was second followed by Andy Altenburg, Ken Tietz, and Dave Wickman.  The Cellen Motorsports clash was won by Justin Jacobson with the heat race wins going to Jeffrey Larson and Jim Richert. 

The 20-lap IMCA Modified feature was led start to finish by Tad Reutzel and he picked up his first ever IMCA Modified Jackson Nationals Championship.  Roger Nielsen took second with Kelly Shryock third followed by Brandon Beckendorf and Jeffrey Larson. Heat winners were Josh Ruby and Jeffrey Larson. 

The 2014 racing season has now come to a close at Jackson Speedway.

Be sure watch www.jacksonspeedway.com for details on the upcoming 2014 season awards banquet. 

 Jackson Speedway Race Results for September 27, 2014 36th Annual Jackson IMCA Nationals

Minnesota West Community & Technical College Miniakota Micro Sprints A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 14 Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA, 2. 7 John Sullivan, Arnolds Park IA, 3. 10N Nick Birchard, Spencer IA, 4. 4 Cody Wagner, Sioux Falls SD, 5. 51W Jason Wagner, Sioux Falls SD, 6. 153 Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock IA, 7. 22s Derek Steen, Lakefield MN, 8. 39 Zach Drahota, Jackson MN, 9. 51 Ed Wagoner, New Castle WY, 10.Nick Sullivan Okoboji IA

Heat Winners: 10N Nick Birchard & 7 John Sullivan

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts A Feature (12 laps) – 1. 8J Jay Devries, Spencer IA, 2. 9 Nate Coopman, Mankato MN, 3. 25T Cody Thompson, Sioux City IA, 4. 33 Megan Lappegard, Estherville IA, 5. 7 Stephanie Forsberg, Slayton MN, 6.15MC Tyler Thompson, Sioux City IA, 7. 8K Kaytee Devries, Spencer IA, 8. 22x Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, 9. 15B Ben Wilhelmi, Redwood Falls MN, 10. 77z Blaney Markman, Jackson MN Heat Winners: 07 Kyle Ewert, 8J Jay Devries & 25T Cody Thompson

Loosbrock Digging Services IMCA Hobby Stocks A Feature (15 laps) – 1.17x Justin Luinenberg, Reading MN, 2. 75c Cory Probst, Worthington MN, 3. 45 Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids IA, 4.27 Malik Sampson, Worthington MN, 5. T8 Brandon Nielsen, Spencer IA, 6. 4W John Watson, Des Moines IA, 7. 24W Doug Wickman, Bancroft IA, 8. 6x Chanse Hollatz, Clear Lake IA, 9. 14 Ernie Dailey, Worthington MN, 10. 56c DJ Clinton, Estherville IA B Feature winners: 16x Ryan Grachow, & 14 Ernie Dailey Heat Winners: 20N Justin Nehring, 4W John Watson, 24W Doug Wickman, & 4K Jamie Songer

Last Deck Jackson Speedway Touring Series Sprint Cars A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 32 Brandon Halverson, Jackson MN, 2. 35 Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield MN, 3. 03 Jamey Ogston, Duluth MN, 4. 7 Kaley Gharst, Decatur IL, 5. 14 Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA, 6.75c Casey Heser, Jackson MN, 7. 2D Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg SD, 8.1A Bruce Anderson, Trimont MN, 9. 10 Dale Furby, Sioux Falls SD, 10.11x Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls SD

Heat Winners: 4J Lee Grosz, & 35 Skylar Prochaska

Bohls Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods A Feature (15 laps) – 1. 03z Jason Andrews, Estherville IA, 2. 9 Matthew Looft, Swea City IA, 3. 25 Dan Paplow, Dundee MN, 4. 60 Nick Deiter, Brewster MN, 5. 3W Randy Winter, Winnebago MN, 6. 0 Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye MN, 7. 9M Matt Marrow, Spencer IA, 8. 8L Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong IA, 9. 11M Dan Milbrandt, Bellview MN, 10. 8AA Adam Ecker, Comfrey MN Heat Winners: R6 Danny Myrvold, & 25 Dan Paplow

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 81 Devin Smith, Lake City IA, 2. 5 Luke Sathoff, Jackson MN, 3. 00 Andy Altenburg, Truman MN, 4. 110 Ken Tietz, Belle Plaine MN, 5. 14w Dave Wickman, Emmetsburg IA, 6. 83 Jim Richert, Comfrey MN, 7. X Chris Palsrok, Sibley IA, 8. 10 Levi Feltman, Jackson MN, 9. 11K Scott Knudson, Lake Benton MN, 10. 1330 Justin Jacobson, Black Creek WI

Heat Winners: 7L Jeffrey Larson, & 83 Jim Richert

Cellen Motorsports Clash: 1. 1330 Justin Jacobson, 2. 00 Andy Altenburg, 3. X Chris Palsrok, 4. 83 Jim Richert, 5. 14w Dave Wickman, 6. 5 Luke Sathoff, 7. 81 Devon Smith, 8. 11K Scott Knudson, 9. 110 Ken Tietz, 10. 10 Levi Feltman

IMCA Modifieds A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 5R Tad Ruetzel, Burt IA, 2. 9 Roger Nielsen, Estherville IA, 3. 3 Kelly Shryock Fertile IA, 4. 5 Brandon Beckendorf, Danube MN, 5. 7L Jeffrey Larson, Lakefield MN, 6. 66J Jeff Joldersma, Mclelland IA, 7. 25x Ricky Stephan, South Sioux City NE, 8. 30 Josh Ruby, Lakota IA, 9. M8 Dalton Magers, Redwood Falls MN, 10. 5L Dustin Larson, Rushmore MN

Heat Winners: 30 Josh Ruby, & 7L Jeffrey Larson

Jackson (MN) Speedway Race Results September 26, 2014 36th Annual IMCA Jackson Nationals

 MN West Community & Technical College Miniakota Micro Sprints (17Cars)

A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 14 Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA, 2. 10N Nick Birchard, Spencer IA, 3. 13JR Matt Juhl, Estherville IA, 4. 21 Ryan Schuur, Chandler MN, 5. 12 Colin Smith, Sheldon IA, 6. 7 John Sullivan, Okoboji IA, 7. 39 Zach Drahota, Jackson MN, 8. 6P Josh Peters, Adrian MN, 9. 4 Cody Wagner, Sioux Falls SD, 10. 6. Nick Sullivan, Okoboji IA, 11. 32T Tim Ottenbacher, Granville IA (DNF), 12. 153 Chad Nachitgal, Little Rock IA (DNF), 13. 51 Ed Wagoner, New Castle WY (DNF), 14. 24 Brooke Wagoner, Sioux Falls SD, 15. 51W Jason Wagoner, Sioux Falls SD (DNF), 16. 5z Brady Hall, Lakefield MN (DNF), 17. 22s Derek Steen, Lakefield MN (DNF)

Heat 1 (10 laps) – 1. 21 Schuur; 2. 12 Smith; 51 Wagoner Heat 2 – 1.  14 Rosenboom; 2. 32T Ottenbacher; 3. 24 B. Wagoner; 4. 51W J. Wagoner; 5. 6 N. Sullivan  Heat 3 – 1. 10N Birchard, 2. 7 J. Sullivan, 3. 39 Drahota, 4. 153 Nachitgal, 5. 4 C. Wagner

 Outlaw Mini Mods (6 Cars)

A Feature (15 laps) – 1. 17 Anthony Kramer, Owatonna MN, 2. 15 Nathan Kilwine Ellendale MN, 3. 5K Tyler Keater, St. Cloud MN, 4. 47 Aaron Fullerton, Welcome MN, 5. 36 Kevin Robertson, Owatonna MN, 6. 45 Nick Semple, Alden IA

Heat 1 (10 laps) – 1. 17 Kramer, 2. 15 Kilwine, 3. 36 Robertson, 4. 47 Fullerton, 5. 5K Kaeter, 6. 45 Semple

 Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks (34 Cars)

A Feature (15 laps) – 1. 17x Justin Luinenberg, Reading MN, 2. 75c Cory Probst, Worthington MN, 3. 7W Jeremy Wagner, Graettinger IA, 4.56c DJ Clinton, Estherville IA, 5. 27 Malik Sampson, Worthington MN, 6. 45 Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids IA, 7. T8 Brandon Nielsen, Spencer IA, 8. 7 Neil Forsberg, Slayton MN, 9. 20N Justin Nehring, Storm Lake IA, 10. 14 Ernie Dailey, Worthington MN, 11. 27J Marc Janssen, Worthington MN, 12. 45B Craig Brotherton, Wall Lake IA, 13. 29M David Miller, Sioux City IA, 14. 33 Cory Schreiber, Jackson MN, 15. 41 Adam Synder, 16. 6x Chanse, Hollatz, Clear Lake IA, 17. 4K Jamie Songer, Ankey IA (DNF), 18. 11s Alan Stammer, Jackson MN (DNF), 19. 34 Dakota Robertson, Arlington MN (DNF), 20. 63 Rick Heenan, Fairmont MN (DNF), 21. 32J Austin Jahnz, St. James MN (DNF), 22. 4W John Watson, Des Moines IA (DNF), 23. 15 Travis Johnson, Fertile IA (DNF), 24. 48J Bryant Johnson, Graettinger IA (DQ)

B Feature (10 laps – top 4 advance) – 1. T8 Brandon Nielsen, 2. 45B Craig Brotherton, 3. 27J Marc Jansen, 4. 32J Austin Jahnz, 5. 16x Ryan Grochow, New Ulm MN, 6. 26 Tyler Pospisil, Worthington MN, 7 18A Brandon Murphy, 8. 7TK Tim Kennedy, Round Lake MN, 9. 33 Megan Lappegard, Estherville IA, 10. 4 Jared Foster, Melvin IA, 11. 56M Matt Olson, Morton MN (DNF), 12. 29 Tim Huseby, Belview MN (DNF), 13. 24W Doug Wickman, Bancroft IA (DNF), 14. 74T Chad Taylor, Fairmont MN (DNS)

Heat 1 (8 laps) – 1. 17x Luinenberg, 2. 56c Clinton, 3. 27 Sampson, 4. 41 Snyder, 5. 4K Songer Heat 2 – 1. 75c Probst, 2. 7 Forsberg, 3. 63 Planting, 4. 34 Robertson, 5. 15 Johnson Heat 3 – 1. 14 Dailey, 2. 45 Barglof, 3. 29M Miller, 4. 48J Johnson, 5. 11s Stammer Heat 4 – 1. 7W Wagner, 2. 20N Nehring, 3. 6x Hollatz, 4. 4W Watson, 5. 33c Schreiber

Last Deck Jackson Speedway Touring Series Sprint Cars (22 Cars)

A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 7 Kaley Gharst, Decatur IL, 2. 75c Casey Heser, Jackson MN, 3. 35 Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield MN, 4. 4J Lee Grosz, Harwood ND, 5. 11x Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls SD, 6. 09 Matt Juhl, Estherville IA, 7. 10 Dale Furby, Sioux Falls SD, 8. 18 Bryce Rabenhorst, Salem SD, 9. 612 Jeff Schreurs, Garretson SD, 10. 20K Thomas Kennedy, Winnipeg Canada (DNF), 11. 32 Brandon Halverson, Jackson MN (DNF), 12. 14 Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA (DNF), 13. 18L Nate Laugen, Lake Mills IA (DNF), 14. 2D Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg SD (DNF), 15. 93 Derrick Lusk, Jackson MN (DNF), 16. 64 Jake Erickson, Jackson MN (DNF), 17. 03 Jamie Ogston, Duluth MN (DNF), 18. 1A Bruce Anderson, Trimont MN (DNF), 19. 29L Travis Lain, Des Moines IA (DNF), 20. 21K Lou Kennedy Jr., Winnipeg Canada (DNF), 21. 07 Derek Anderson, Estherville IA (DNF), 22. 20G Chris Graf, Glencoe MN (DNS)

Heat 1 (8 laps) – 1. 07 Anderson, 2. 32 Halverson, 3. 03 Ogston, 4.64 Erickson, 5. 612 Schreurs Heat 2 – 1. 7 Gharst, 2. 14 Rosenboom, 3. 35 Prochaska, 4. 21K Kennedy, 5. 93 Lusk Heat 3 – 1. 2D Ballenger, 2. 75c Heser, 3. 20K Kennedy, 4. 4J Grosz, 5. 18L Laugen

 Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods (31 Cars)

A Feature (15 laps) – 1. 9 Matthew Looft, Swea City IA, 2. 121 Doug Smith, Lake City IA, 3. 03z Jason Andrews, Estherville IA, 4. 3W Randy Winter, Winnebago MN, 5. 2M Nick Meyer, Whittemore IA, 6. 8L Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong IA, 7. 9M Matt Marrow, Spencer IA, 8. 47 Darin Roepke, LeMars IA, 9. 12x Dan Ahlers, Slayton MN, 10. 3 Dustin Wiederhoeft, Fairmont MN, 11. R6 Danny Myrvold, Heron Lake MN, 12.49K Cody Knecht, Whittemore IA, 13. 7c Ben Chukuske, Sherburn MN, 14.5K Jared Nytroe, Brandon SD, 15. 60 Nick Dieter, Brewster MN (DNF), 16. 33 Jordan Meine, Springfield MN (DNF), 17. 0 Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye MN, (DNF), 18. 48 John Albrecht, Glencoe MN (DNF), 19. 25 Dan Paplow, Dundee MN (DNF), 20. 10 Nick Ober, Round Lake MN (DNF), 21.8AA Adam Ecker, Comfrey MN (DNF), 22. 5z Kris Zuhlodorf, Danube MN (DNF), 23. 357 Bobby Egeland, Jefferson IA (DNF), 24. 14B Tom Brown, Heron Lake MN (DNF)

B Feature (10 laps – top 4 advance) – 1. 5z Kris Zuhlodorf, 2. 10 Nick Ober, 3. 12x Dan Ahlers, 4. 48 John Albrecht, 5. JD1 Justin DeBoer, Granada MN, 6. 07B Corey Bosma, Early IA, 7. 51 Eric Boler, Brandon SD, 8. 15v Tony Voss, Worthington MN, 9. 20P Austin Price, Alton IA, 10. 28 Paul Konckowitz, New Ulm MN

Heat 1 (8 laps) – 1. 2M Meyer, 2. 03z Andrews, 3. 121 Smith, 4. 60 Dieter, 5. 8L Sathoff Heat 2 – 1. 25 Paplow, 2. 3W Winter, 3. 7c Chukuske, 4. 8AA Ecker, 5. 5K Nytroe Heat 3 – 1. 9 Looft, 2. 47 Roepke, 3. 49K Knecht, 4. 9M Marrow, 5. 0 Remus Heat 4 – 1. 3 Wiederhoeft, 2. 33 Mein, 3. 14B Brown, 4. 357 Egeland, 5. R6 Myrvold

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars (26 Cars)

A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 66z Elijah Zevenbergen, Ocheydan IA, 2. 32 Derek Green, Granada MN, 3. 81 Devin Smith, Lake City IA, 4. 1330 Justin Jacobson, Black Creek WI, 5. 5 Luke Sathoff, Jackson MN, 6. 10 Levi Feltman, Jackson MN, 7. 57 John Heinz, Green Bay WI, 8. 00 Andy Altenburg, Truman MN, 9. 11K Scott Kundson, Lake Benton MN, 10. 9 Jerry Coopman, Mankato MN, 11. X Chris Palsrok, Sibley IA, 12. 04 Roger Verdoorn, Sibley IA, 13. 25 Brent Reierson, Arlington MN, 14.33M Matthew Lux, Hartley IA, 15. 10E Daniel Eckload, St. Peter MN, 16. 110 Ken Tietz, Belle Plaine MN (DNF), 17. 271 Randy Brands, Boyden IA (DNF), 18. 6L Jim Larson, Rushmore MN (DNF), 19. 14W David Wickman, Emmetsburg IA (DNF), 20. 38 Derek Voehl, Lakefield MN (DNF), 21. 55 Mark Munsterman, Granada MN (DNF), 22. 92 Dan Mackenthun, Hamburg MN (DNF), 23. 22x Devin Kuehne, Reading MN (DNF), 24. 22M Jason Mickelson, Strom Lake IA (DNF), 25. 69M Gary Mattison, Lamberton MN (DNS), 26. 7L Jeffrey Larson, Lakefield MN (DNS)

Heat 1 (8 laps) – 1. 04 Verdoorn, 2. 66z Zevenbergen, 3. 110 Tietz, 4. 00 Altenburg 5. 9 Coopman Heat 2 – 1. 5 Sathoff, 2. 92 Mackenthun, 3. 271 Brands, 4. 32 Green, 5. 81 Smith Heat 3 – 1. 14W Wickman, 2. 6L Larson, 3. X Palsrok, 4. 1330 Jacobson, 5. 22M Mickelson 

IMCA Modifieds (27 Cars)

A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 66J Jeff Joldersma, Mclelland IA, 2. 3 Kelly Shryock, Fertile IA, 3. 9 Roger Nielsen, Estherville IA, 4. 5 Brandon Beckendorf, Danube MN, 5. 5R Tad Ruetzel, Burt IA, 6. 25x Ricky Stephan, South Sioux City NE, 7. 7L Jeffrey Larson, Lakefield MN, 8.65D Dustin Brown, Thorton IA, 9. 3c Chet Atkinsen, Hugo MN, 10. 5L Dustin Larson, Rushmore MN, 11. 72 Tyler Limoges, Redwood Falls MN, 12. 14 Jason Fisher, Lakefield MN, 13. 3A Ken Odegaard, Welcome MN, 14. 10J Justin Seggerman, LeMars IA, 15. X Josh Rogotzke, Sanborn MN (DNF), 16. 20T Chad Tennapel, Sioux City IA (DNF), 17. 30 Josh Ruby, Lakota IA (DNF), 18. 9x Mark DeVary, Estherville IA (DNF), 19. 25 Derrick Barglof, Sioux Rapids IA (DNF), 20. 20 Denny Anderson, Rochester MN (DNF), 21. XXX Jesse Rogotzke, Sanborn MN (DNF), 22. M8 Dalton Magers, Redwood Falls MN (DNF), 23. 1A Dwaine Hanson, Lakefield MN (DNF), 24. 63K Oliver Kollofski, Fairmont MN (DNF), 25.87 Curt Lund, Redwood Falls MN (DNF), 26. 21 Greg Jacobson, Sherburn MN (DNF), 27. Jeff Ignaszewski, Wells MN (DNS)

Heat 1 (8 laps) – 1. 20 Anderson, 2. 9 Nielsen, 3. 3A Odegaard, 4.65D Brown, 5. 7L Larson Heat 2 – 1. 5 Beckendorf, 2. 66J Joldersma, 3. 5R Reutzel, 4. 87 Lund, 5. 25x Stephen Heat 3 – 1. X Rogotzke, 2. 3 Shryock, 3. 30 Ruby, 4. 14 Fisher, 5. 3c Atkinsen

 

 

 

 

Big Bike Night / Wayne Gohr Memorial

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Minnesota Mafia - 10 Bikes

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Eastside Acres Campground (on Round Lake) - 4 Bikes

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35 Skylar Prochaska Racing - 3 Bikes

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Jam The Stands Night Provides Great Racing At Jackson Speedway

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By Dan Voigt, Media Relations Jackson Speedway

JACKSON, MN – With the Minnesota Corn Growers picking up the grandstand admission for the race fans on Saturday night, Aug. 16, the Jackson Speedway saw the return of A modifieds for the remainder of the season along with a “Bounty” in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modifieds class.

For Saturday night’s racing, action, a total of 85 racers turned out for the evening’s racing action, which added the Bob Boland Ford IMCA A Modifieds to the program. Along with the Minnesota Corn Growers, the evening’s racing action was sponsored by FCA Coop of Jackson and POET Biorefining of Ashton, IA; along with Henning’s Rent-All of Jackson, MN, Central Bale and Grind of Estherville, IA  and Green Plains Renewable Fuels of Superior, IA. 

The night’s feature wins went to with Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA winning her seventh Yellowbook Sport Compacts feature race of the season. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, Drew Barglof Sioux Rapids, IA captured the checkered flag. The Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature win went to Dan Paplow Dundee, MN, who claimed a special $400 Bounty from Cellan Motorsports, LRF Construction and Red Line Racing Products for unseating Jason Andrews from the winners’ circle.  For the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car class, Jason Mickelson of Storm Lake, IA claimed the checkered flag, while in the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint feature, Derrik Lusk of Jackson, MN earned his first-ever 360 sprint feature victory. Winning the Bob Boland Ford IMCA A Modified Feature was Jason Briese of Cleghorn, IA.

Heat race winners in the The Yellowbook Sport Compact class went to Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, heat wins went to Justin Luinenburg of Reading, MN, Tyler Pospisil of Worthington, MN and Drew Bargloff of Sioux Rapids, IA. Heat races in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine Sport Modifieds went to Nathan Chukuske of Sherburn, MN, Lyle Sathoff of Armstrong, IA and Dan Paplow of Dundee, MN.

The Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car heat wins were earned by Jason Mickelson of Storm Lake, IA and Chris Palsrok of Sibley, IA. Winning the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint heat was Skyler Prochaska of Lakefield, MN. The Bob Boland Ford IMCA A-Modified heat checkers went to Dwain Hanson and Roger Nielsen of Dolliver, IA.

Racing action continues on Saturday, August 23 with the annual Great Bike Giveaway Night, with over 100 bicycles to be given away to youngsters who attend the evening’s racing action. Hot Laps are at 6:00 p.m. with racing to follow. 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 8 Laps – 7 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 22X - Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, IA; 15B – Ben Wilhelmi, Redwood Falls, MN; 3G – Tori Groebner, Redwood Falls, MN; 57 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN(DNF); 3E – Ed Connell, Blue Earth, MN(DNF); 3DD – Dee Dee Bolte, Jackson, MN(DNS)  

Sport Compacts Heat 1 4 Laps

33 – Lappegard; 22X – Bunkofske; 15B - Wilhelmi; 3E – Connell (DNF); 3DD – Bolte(DNF); 5G – Groebner(DNF); 57 – Espey(DNF)

 

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 21 cars

45 – Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA; 7W – Jeremy Wagner, Graettinger, IA; 75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 52S – Kyle Schley, Alpha, MN; 33C – Corey Schreiber, Jackson, MN; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 48J – Bryant Johnson, Graettinger, IA; 20J – Darin Johnsen, Dickens, IA; 15H – Nate Harris, Graettinger, IA; 68M – Ryan Michelson, Estherville, IA; 717 – Nick Schillling, Sanborn, IA; 56C – DJ Clinton, Estherville, IA; 74T – Chad Taylor, Fairmont, MN; 11S – Alan Stammer, Jacksosn, MN; 18A Brandon Murphy(DNF); 76 – Ben Peterson, Northrup, MN(DNF); 26 – Tyler Pospisil, Worthington, MN(DNF); 84 – Josh Peters, Dickens, IA(DNF); 27J – Marc Janssen, Worthington, MN(DNF).

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

17X – Luinenberg; 56C – Clinton; 27J – Janssen; 68M – Michelson; 717 – Schilling; 11S – Stammer;  76 – Peterson.

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

26 – Pospisil; 52S – Schley; 48J – Johnson; 75C – Probst; 14 – Dailey; 18A – Murphy; 74T - Taylor.

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

45 – Barglof; 33C – Schreiber; 20N – Nehring; 7W – Wagner; 84 – Peters; 2-J – Johnsen; 15H - Harris(DNF).

 

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 19 Cars

25 – Dan Paplow, Dundee, MN; 1 – Greg Sidles, Emmetsburg,  IA; 87 – John Briggs; Cherokee, IA; 11M – Dan Millbrandt, Bellview, MN; 03Z – Jason Andrews, Estherville, IA; 8L – Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong, IA; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 60 – Nick Dieter, Brewster, MN; 20 – Justin Schuder, Fairmont, MN; 75 – Eric Kinnetz, Milford, IA; 10 – Nick Ober, Round Lake, MN; 23 – Lance Fredericksen, Wallingford, IA; 07B – Corey Bosma, Early, IA; 14BX – Danny Myrvold, Heron Lake, MN; 11G – John Gladitsch, Vesta, MN(DNF); 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN(DNF); 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 48T – Troy Rink, Estherville, IA(DNF); 14B – Tom Brown, Heron Lake, MN(DNS)

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps 7N – N. Chukuske; 03Z – Andrews; 75 – Kinnetz, 87 – Briggs; 48T – Rink; 11G – Gladitsch; 10 – Ober.

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps 8L – Sathoff; 3W – Winters; 60 – Dieter; 11M – Milbrandt; 14B – Brown; 07B – Bosma.

Sport Mod Heat 3  - 8 laps 25 – Paplow; 3 – Wiederhoelt; 1 – Sidles; 20 – Schuder; 23 – Fredericksen; 7C – B; Chukuske(DNF).

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 15 laps – 14 cars

22M – Jason Mickelson, Storm Lake, IA; 5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN; 11 – Jake Masters, Graettinger, IA; 6L – Jim Larson, Rushmore, MN; 31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; 7 – Kevin DeBaere, Tracy, MN; 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; X – Chris Palsrok, Sibley, IA; 38 – Derek Voehl, Lakefield, MN; 22X – Devin Kuehne, Reading, MN; M7 – Josh Mahler, Paullina, IA(DNF); 7L – Jeffrey Larson, Lakefield, MN(DNF); ); 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN(DNF); 11K – Scott Knudson, Elkton, SD(DNF); 91B – Tom Brown, Heron Lake, MN(DNS).

Stock Cars  – Heat 1 – 6 laps 22M – Mickelson; 31 –Schroeder; 5 – Sathoff; 11 – Masters; 22X – Kuehne; 11K – Knudson; M7 – Mahler; 38 - Voehl.

Stock Cars  – Heat 2 - 6 laps X – Palsrok; 6L – J. Larson; 7L – Jeffrey Larson; 10 – Feltman; 7 –DeBaere; 63 – Planting(DNF) 91B – Brown(DNF).

 

Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 20 laps – 9 cars

93 – Derrik Lusk, Jackson, MN; 35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN; 09 – Matt Juhl, Estherville, IA; 75C – Casey Heser, Jackson MN; 1A – Bruce Anderson, Trimont, MN; 5M – Troy Manteufel, St. Peter, MN; 18 – Nate Laugen, Lake Mills, IA; 33 – Trevor Smith, Sheldon, IA; 32 – Brandon Halverson, Jackson, MN.

360 Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps

35 – Prochaska; 75C – Heser; 09 – Juhl; 93 – Lusk; 33 – Smith; 1A – Anderson; 32 – Halverson; 18 – Laugen; 5M – Manteufel(DNF).

 

 IMCA A Modifieds – Feature – 20 laps - 15 Cars

3 – Jason Briese, Cleghorn, IA; X – Josh Rogotzke, Sanborn, MN; 5 – Brandon Beckendorf, Danube, MN; 1A – Dwain Hanson, Lakefield, MN; 5L – Dustin Larson, Worthington, MN; 21J – Greg Jacobsen, Sherburn, MN; 7MX – Mike Vogelman, Okabena, MN; 9 – Roger Nielsen, Dolliver, MN(DNF); 17S – James Slawson, Milford, IA(DNF); 7M – Kurt Moeding, Mason City, IA(DNF); XXX- Jesse Rogotzke, Sanborn, MN(DNF); 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN(DNF); 7L – Jeff Larson, Lakefield, MN(DNF); 25X – Ricky Stephan, South Sioux City, NE(DNF); 3A – Ken Odegaard, Welcome, MN(DNF).

A Modifieds – Heat 1 – 8 laps

1A – Hanson; 3 – Briese; X – Rogolzke; 7L – Larson; 7M - Moeding; 5L D. Larson, 21J – Jacobsen.

A Modifieds – Heat 2 – 8 laps

9 – Nielsen; 3A – Odegaard; 5 – Beckendorf; XXX – J. Rogotzke; 17S – Slawson; 7MX – Vogelman.

 

 

 

Hall of Fame Night Celebrated At Jackson Speedway

 Click to Enlarge Photos - Courtesy of New Images

 

By Dan Voigt, Media Relations Jackson Speedway

 

JACKSON, MN – A day of special honors with the annual induction ceremonies at the Jackson Speedway Hall of Fame was followed up by a great night of racing at the historic venue. As part of the 2014 Jackson County Fair, the racing action served as a perfect ending to the Hall of Fame event, which honored five individuals and a local business for their involvement in racing at the half-mile speedway on the Jackson County Fairgrounds.

Inducted into the Speedway Hall of Fame Saturday afternoon were Bill Smith, the 1986 Track Champion; Ray Smith, Six-cylinder Track Champion in 1978; Gabby Lusk, 1992 Track Champion; Pete Werner, former VFW Racing Director and caramel corn maker; Reiney Staerk, car owner and the Jackson County Pilot newspaper, for its print coverage of racing at the speedway dating back to the first races ever run in 1954.

With racing action sponsored by Erickson’s Trucks and Parts of Jackson and Loosbrock Digging Service, of Lismore, MN, a total of 68 racers turned out for the night’s racing action.

The night’s feature wins started in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Minniakota MicroSprints with Tim Ottenbacher of Granville, IA taking the checkered flags and in the Yellowbook Sport Compacts, Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA took her sixth feature win of the season. Justin Nehring of Storm Lake, IA claimed the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks checkers and in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature, for the third consecutive week in a row, the win went to Jason Andrews of Estherville, IA. For the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car class, Luke Sathoff of Jackson earned his second feature win of the season and to close out the evening’s features, the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprints checkers went to Casey Heser of Jackson, MN, as he led from flag to flag for his first Feature win of the season at Jackson.

Winning the heat races in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Minniakota MicroSprints were Colin Smith and Chad Schettler, while winning the Yellowbook Sport Compact heat was Megan Lappegard. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, heat wins went to Drew Barglof, Justin Nehring and Tyler Pospisil. Heat races in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine Sport Modifieds went to Tom Brown and Dan Paplow. The Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car heat win was earned by Luke Sathoff. Winning the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint heats were Casey Heser and Derek Anderson.

The Speedway will take the next two Saturday nights off before resuming racing action on Aug. 16 for the Minnesota Corn Growers “Jam the Stands” Night, where grandstand admission is free, courtesy of the Minnesota Corn Growers Association.

Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology

Minniakota MicroSprints –Feature – 20 Laps - 12 cars

32T – Tim Ottenbacher, Grandville, IA; 6P – Josh Peters, Adrian, MN; 39 – Zach Drahota, Jackson, MN; 14 – Chad Schettler, Brandon, SD; 7 – John Sullivan, Arnolds Park, IA; 5Z – Brady Hall, Lakefield, MN; 21 – Ryan Schuur, Chandler, MN; 153 – Darin Uhl, Orange City, IA; 10N – Bill Boles, Harris, IA (DNF); 6 – Nick Sullivan, Okoboji, IA (DNF); 12 – Colin Smith, Emmetsburg, IA (DNF); 22S – Derek Steen, Lakefield, MN;(DNF)

 MicroSprints Heat 1 – 10 Laps

12 – Smith; 21 – Schuur; 10N – Boles; 39 – Drahota; 7 – J. Sullivan; 5Z – Hall (DNS)

MicroSprints Heat 2 – 10 Laps

314 – Schettler; 32T – Ottenbacher; 6 – N. Sullivan; 6P - Peters; 153 Uhl; 22S – Steen(DNF)

 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 8 Laps – 5 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 57 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN; 22X - Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, IA; 3DD – Dee Dee Bolte, Jackson, MN(DNF); 7X – Jesse James,  Milford, IA

Sport Compacts Heat 1 - 4 Laps

33 – Lappegard; 57 – Espey; 22X – Bunkofske; 3DD – Bolte; 7X – James(DNF)

 

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 18 cars

20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 45 – Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 2BX – Jeff Senne, Fairmont, MN; 17 – Trevor Holm, Chandler, MN; 75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN; 26 – Tyler Pospisil, Worthington, MN; 56C – DJ Clinton, Estherville, IA; 68M – Ryan Michaelson, Estherville, IA; 27J – Marc Janssen, Worthington, MN; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 33C Corey Schreiber, Jackson, MN; 7TK – Tim Kennedy, Round Lake, MN; 15H – Nate Harris, Graettinger, IA; 2 – Merle Pattison, Estherville, IA; 11S – Alan Stammer, Jackson, MN; 56D – David Clinton, Estherville, IA; 2X – Tony Salmon, Milford, IA(DNF)

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

45 – Barglof; 2BX – Senne; 56C – DJ Clinton; 14 – Dailey; 7TK – Kennedy; 56D – David Clinton

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

20N – Nehring; 17 – Holm; 68M – Michaelson; 15H – Harris; 33C – Schreiber; 2X - Salmon

Hobby Stocks – Heat 3 – 6 Laps

26 – Pospisil; 75C – Probst; 17X – Luinenburg; 27J – Janssen; 2 – Pattison; 11S – Stammer(DNS)

 

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 12 Cars

03Z – Jason Andrews, Estherville, IA; 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 8L – Lyle Sathoff; Armstrong, IA; 18 – Kyle Steuber, Fairmont, MN; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 3 – Dustin Wiederhoelt, Fairmont, MN; 10 – Nick Ober, Round Lake, MN; 14B – Tom Brown, Heron Lake, MN; 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 25X – Derrick Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA(DNF); 15V – Tony Voss, Worthington, MN(DNF); 25 – Dan Paplow, Dundee, MN(DNS)

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps

14B – Brown; 03Z – Andrews, 3W – Winters; 18 – Steuber; 10 – Ober; 7N – N. Chukuske(DNF)

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps

25 – Paplow; 3 – Wiederhoelt; 25X – Barglof; 8L – Sathoff; 7C – B. Chukuske; 15V – Voss(DQ)

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 15 laps – 8 cars

5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN; 6L – Jim Larson, Rushmore, MN; 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN; 11 – Jake Masters, Graettinger, IA; 31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; X – Chris Palsrok, Sibley, IA; 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; 91B – Cody Brown, Heron Lake, MN(DNF)

Stock Cars  – Heat 1 – 8 laps

5 – Sathoff; 10 – Feltman; 6L – Larson; 11 – Masters; X – Palsrock; 31 – Schroeder; 63 – Planting, 91B Brown

 

Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 15 laps – 13 cars

75C – Casey Heser, Jackson, MN; 1A – Bruce Anderson, Trimont, MN; 09 – Matt Juhl, Estherville, IA; 11X – Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls, SD; 1HD – Mark Toews, Spirit Lake, IA;  93 – Derrik Lusk, Jackson, MN; 33 – Trevor Smith, Sheldon, IA; 32 – Brandon Halverson, Jackson, MN;18 – Nate Laugen, Lake Mills, IA; 29 – Nick Lusk, Oakdale, MN(DNF); 07 – Derek Anderson, Estherville, IA(DNF); 35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN(DNS); 7X – Clinton Bruns, Little Rock, IA(DNS)

360 Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps

75C – Heser; 1HD – Toews; 93 – D. Lusk; 32 – Halverson; 29 – N. Lusk; 18 – Laugen; 09 – Juhl(DNS)

360 Sprints – Heat 2 – 8 laps

07 – D. Anderson; 11X – Bakker; 1A – B. Anderson; 35 – Prochaska; 33 – Smith; 7X – Bruns(DNF)

 

 

Brown Wins Second Sprint Car Showdown in a Row,
Schreurs, Simpson, and Songer Pick Up Feature Wins


SIOUX CENTER, IA A near capacity crowd made their way out to Sioux Speedway to see man and machine battle it out on the Sioux County dirt Wednesday, July 16. As the nightcap to the second to last day of the Sioux County Youth Fair, drivers congregated at the Sioux Center, Iowa racetrack for the 5th Annual Mouw Motor Company Sprint Car Showdown. The racing was quick and intense on the half-mile speedway all night.


First on the card was the Glen’s Sport Center Hobby Stocks. Dustin Gulbrandson #6 and Drew Barglof #45 paced the field on the front row, but Jamie Songer from Ankeny, Iowa battled past Gulbrandson to gain the early lead. After putting his car out front, Songer was unchallenged and cruised to victory in car #96R. June winner Justin Luinenberg put his #17x in the runner up spot. Edgerton, Minnesota racer Trevor Holm took advantage of a late restart to move from fifth to third at the finish with the #17 car. Gulbrandson took fourth place and Barglof ended up in fifth.


The second feature on the track was the Steve Brouwer Trucking B-Modifieds. Previous Sioux Speedway winners Dustin Kruse from Brandon, South Dakota and Jake Simpson from Algona, Iowa started up front and battled early for the lead. Simpson edged out in front of Kruse and settled into the lead. Several restarts saw Alec Vanden Brink and Nate Mosterd pose a challenge to the front runners, but both were involved in cautions themselves. Simpson took command with fast #5 and picked up his fifth career B-Mod win at Sioux Speedway putting him atop the winners list for the division. Tyler Johnson of Montrose, South Dakota charged from sixth to finish second. Dave Kennedy put the #00 car in the third spot. Kruse was fourth in #6, and Jim Gregoire from Ivanhoe, Minnesota was fifth in #7T.


Gary Brown, Jr. tried his hardest to pick up his second Late Model Street Stock win at Sioux Speedway in as many tries. The inside line was the fast way around the track, however, and Travis Schreurs took off from the pole as the #1 car made its way around the track almost flawlessly. Dale Furby followed Schreurs in the bottom and a late restart allowed him to challenge for the lead. Furby’s nose got into the back of Schreurs going into turn one, but the #1 came out of turn two with the lead intact and just some body damage on the left rear. This did allow Gary Brown, Jr. to move into second with his #22 car. Brown hounded Schreurs and had his shot on the final restart. Brown was able to put pressure on the #1 machine and drive hard into turn one on the white flag lap under Schreurs. Brown had the advantage down the back stretch, but Schreurs was able to beat the #22 car back to the line by just a few feet to pick up the win. The Baltic, SD racer was followed by Brown of Brandon, South Dakota. Dale Furby made his first Street Stock start at Sioux Speedway since 1998 in car #15 and finished third. Corey Yeigh was fourth in #64 and John Hoing of Hartford, South Dakota finished fifth in #55.


Twenty-four JSTS Sprint Cars were on hand to battle as this event highlighted the start of the annual JSTS Speedweek tour. The field featured drivers from Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Illinois, Oregon, California, and Missouri including four-time Knoxville Nationals Champion Danny “The Dude” Lasoski. Lasoski’s night though would end early with mechanical issues. Roger Crockett, Brian Brown, and Seth Brahmer would pick up heat wins. Brant O’Banion won the B-Main. Fireworks lit up the sky as the JSTS Sprint Cars got ready for their main event. Once the main event started, restarts were key in the outcome. Wayne Johnson rocketed out front early in the #77x car and checked out, finding lap traffic within just a few laps. A red for a rollover by Matt Juhl in turns 1 & 2 restacked the field and Cole Wood put heavy pressure on Johnson and made his way past in the #17W car. Brian Brown followed suit in car #21. Wood’s command of the front would only last briefly. Brian Brown took advantage of another restart when Johnson had a mechanical issue with #77x and brought out a caution. Brown quickly got past the Californian, Wood, and cruised to victory winning the event for the second year in a row. Behind the Grain Valley, Missouri driver was Roger Crockett in #82 from Medford, Oregon. Third place went to local hotshoe Gregg Bakker from Sioux Falls in the #11X. Cole Wood from Auborn, California was fourth in #17W and Terry McCarl from Altoona, Iowa finished fifth in #6.

This concludes the 2014 Sioux Speedway racing season. Thanks for coming out to the track in 2014, we hope to see you again during summer 2015!

For complete results visit www.siouxspeedway.net

University of Okoboji Night - Caps off July 4th Weekend

At Jackson Speedway

 

By Dan Voigt, Media Relations

Jackson Speedway

 

JACKSON, MN – The 37th Annual University of Okoboji Night provided a great evening’s entertainment on the 4th of July holiday weekend at the historic Jackson Speedway Saturday, July 5. The oldest continuous promotion at the speedway, University of Okoboji Night traces its history to the promotional efforts of longtime race fans, Dudley Short and Everett “Dobbie” Dobson of Spirit Lake, IA, who rounded up special sponsorships and collaborated with the University of Okoboji to create an additional “Extra Curricular” activity for the Summer Session of the U of O.

With a total of 79 cars turned out for the evening’s races, co-sponsored by Loosbrock Digging Service an Tom Finke Excavating.

The night’s feature wins went to Nick Birchard of Spencer, IA, in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Minniakota Micro Sprints. In the Yellowbook Sport Compact feature, Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA earned the checkered flag.  For the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, Malik Sampson of Worthingoton, MN captured the checkered flag. The Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature win went to Nick Dieter of Brewster, MN and in the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car class, Luke Sathoff of Jackson, MN, took the lead on the white-flag lap to win his first feature of the season. For the JSTS/Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint feature, Russ Hall of Pleasant Hill, IA earned the. checkered flag.

Heat race winners in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Minniakota Micro Sprints were Derek Steen of Lakefield, MN and Nick Birchard of Spencer, IA.  The Yellowbook Sport Compact class went to Luke Jackson of Sioux City, IA. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby heat races, the checkers went to Justin Nehring of Storm Lake, IA; Bryant Johnson of Graettinger, IA and Malik Sampson, of Worthington, MN. Heat races in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine Sport Modifieds went to Jason Andrews of Estherville, IA, Kyle Steuber of Farimont, MN and Nick Dieter of Brewster, MN. For the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car heat races, the checkers were claimed by James Richert of Comfrey, MN and Luke Sathoff of Jackson, MN. Winning the JSTS/Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint heats were Kaley Gharst of Decatur, IL and Matt Juhl of Estherville, IA.

Racing action continues this Saturday, July 12 for AGCO Employee and Jackson Sports Night, and will include fireworks at the conclusion of the night’s racing program. The annual Jackson Speedway Touring Series Speedweek will begin on Wednesday, July 16 when the JSTS winged sprints travel to Sioux Speedway in Sioux Center and then head to Rapid Speedway in Rock Rapids on Thursday, July 17.  On Friday, July 18the JSTS cars move to Fairmont Raceway in Fairmont, MN and the series will conclude on Saturday night, July 19, with the finale` of the JSTS Speed Week Series at the Jackson Speedway, with the racing being sponsored by Houseman Oil Company and FCA Coop.

Microsprint hot laps are at 6 p.m. with heat racing to follow and hot laps on the half-mile at 6:30 p.m. with heat racing action to follow.

 

Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology

Minniakota MicroSprints –Feature – 20 Laps - 10 cars

10N – Nick Birchard, Spencer, IA; 22S – Derek Steen, Lakefield, MN; 153 – Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock, IA; 5Z – Brady Hall, Lakefield, MN; 7 – John Sullivan, Arnolds Park, IA; 39 – Zach Drahota, Jackson, MN; 6 – Nick Sullivan, Okoboji, IA; 7L – Michael Lange, Windom, MN; 12 – Colin Smith, Emmetsburg, IA (DNF); 21 – Ryan Schurr, Chandler, MN(DNF)

MicroSprints Heat 1 – 10 Laps

22S – Steen; 12 – Smith; 39 – Drahota;  21 – Schuur; 6 – N. Sullivan

MicroSprints Heat 2 – 10 Laps

10N – Birchard; 7 – J. Sullivan; 153 – Nachtigal; 5Z – Hall; 7L - Lange

 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 8 Laps – 7 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 6 – Luke Jackson, Sioux City, IA; 3E – Ed Connell, Blue Earth, MN; 22X - Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, IA; 57 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN; 3DD – DeeDee Bolte, Jackson, MN; 29X – Jason Bolte, Odin, MN  

Sport Compacts Heat 1 4 Laps

6 – Jackson; 33 – Lappegard; 3DD – Bolte; 22X – Bunkofske; 3E – Connell; 29X – J. Bolte; 57 – Espey(DNS)

 

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 18 cars

27 – Malik Sampson, Worthington, MN; 45 – Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA; 28 – John Ross, Worthington, MN; 48J – Bryant Johnson, Graettinger, IA; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN; 96R – Jamie Songer, Ankeny, IA; 84 – Josh Peters, Dickens, IA; 56C – DJ Clinton, Estherville, IA; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 52S – Kyle Schley, Alpha, MN; 2BX – Jeff Senne, Fairmont, MN; 56D – David Clinton, Estherville, IA; 15H – Nate Harris, Graettinger, IA; 42 – Riley Songer, Ankeny, IA;17 – Trevor Holm, Chandler, MN; 76 – Ben Peterson, Northrup, MN

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

20N – Nehring; 28 – Ross; 96R – J. Songer; 17X – Luinenburg; 56D – D. Clinton; 76 - Peterson

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

48J – Johnson, 84 – Peters, 17 – Holm; 75C – Probstl 14 – Dailey; 42 – R. Songer

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

27 – Sampson; 45 – Bargloff; 52S – Schley; 56C – DJ Clinton; 15H – Harris; 2BX – Senne(DNF)

 

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 18 Cars

60 – Nick Deiter, Brewster, MN; 75 – Eric Kinnetz, Milford, IA; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 18 – Kyle Steuber, Fairmont, MN; 03Z – Jason Andrews, Estherville, IA; R6 – Danny Myrvold, Heron Lake, MN; 8K – Derrick Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 8L – Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong, IA; 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 35 – Bruce Egeland, Marshall, MN; 25 – Dan Paplow, Dundee, MN; 15V – Tony Voss, Worthington, MN; 69 – Tony Rialson, Cottonwood, MN; 17L – Chance Larson, Ceylon, MN; 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 22J – James Jenkins, Harris, IA; 8D – Dalton Sathoff, Armstrong, IA(DNF); 10 – Nick Ober, Round Lake, MN(DNF)

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps

03Z – Andrews; 75 – Kinnetz; 35  Egeland; 8L – L.Sathoff; 69 – Rialson; 22J - Jenkins

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps

18 – Steuber; 8K – D. Barglof; 7C – B. Chukuske; 17L – Larson; 10 – Ober; 15V - Voss

Sport Mod Heat 3  - 8 laps

60 – Dieter; 7N – N. Chukuske; R6 – Myrvold; 3W – Winter; 8D – D. Sathoff; 25 – Paplow

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 20 laps – 11 cars

5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN; 31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; 11 – Jake Masters, Graettinger, IA; 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN; 83 – Jim Richert, Comfrey, MN; 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; 27 – Randy Brands, Boyden, IA; 7 – Kevin DeBaere, Tracy, MN; 04 – Roger Verdoorn, Sibley, IA; 69M – Gary Mattison, Lamberton, MN; 38 – Derek Voehl, Lakefield, MN(DNF)

Stock Cars  – Heat 1 – 8 laps

83 – Richert; 38 – Voehl; 10 – Feltman; 27 – Brands; 04 – Verdoorn; 11 – Masters(DNF)

Stock Cars  – Heat 2 - 8 laps

5 – Sathoff; 63 – Lanning; 31 – Schroeder; 69M – Mattison; 7 – DeBaere

 

JSTS/Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 25 laps – 15 cars

29H – Russ Hall, Pleasant Hill, IA; 09 – Matt Juhl, Estherville, IA; 32– Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls, SD; 35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN; 2D – Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, SD; 82 – Roger Crockett, Medford, OR; 21 – Devin Friedrichsen, Arthur, IA; 71 – Jeremy VanderPlaats, Sibley, IA; 10X – Justin Jacobsma, Hull, IA(DNF);; 93 – Derrik Lusk, Jackson, MN(DNF);  7 – Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL(DNF); 18 – Nate Laugen, Lake Mills, IA(DNF); 4J – Lee Grosz, Harwood, ND(DNS); 20F – Casey Fredrickson, Arthur, IA(DNS); 4W – Matt Wasmund, Jackson, MN(DNS)

360 Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps

7 – Gharst; 29H – Hall; 93 – Lusk; 21 – Friedrichsen; 4J – Grosz(DNF); 18 – Laugen(DNF); 20F – Fredrickson(DNF); 4W – Wasmund(DNF)

360 Sprints – Heat 2 – 8 laps

09 – Juhl; 32 – Bakker; 35 – Prochaska; 2D – Ballenger; 10X – Jacobsma; 71 –VanderPlaats; 82 – Crockett(DNS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Brown defends Spring Sprint Car Nationals Title at Jackson Speedway
By: Tom Svoboda/JSTS Series Announcer

Jackson MN (July 3, 2014) – On a near perfect night for racing 33 Jackson Speedway Touring Series Sprint Cars checked in at the back gate, all trying to win the $10,000 top prize at the 7th Annual Folkens Brothers Trucking Spring Sprint Car Nationals. When the final checkered flag flew it was Brian Brown, Grain Valley MO, defending him Spring Sprint Car Nationals title.

The 25-lap Sprint feature was slowed several times with caution flags, and stopped once for a red flag.  At the start of the race it was pole sitter, Kaley Gharst, Decatur IL, getting the early lead, Gharst would lead through the first few laps of the race when Brian Brown made his move into the lead after starting in the fourth position. Moving up the field was Jason Johnson, Eunice LA.  Johnson started in the 13th position and was moving up through the field quickly. By the halfway point in the race he and Danny Lasoski, Dover MO, were battling it out for the second spot, as Gharst slipped back to the fourth position. Just after the cross flags, Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA, took a wild ride of off turn one bringing out the red flag. With the many restarts throughout the race, Lasoski and Johnson had several attempts at getting by Brown but were unsuccessful.  As Lasoski and Johnson raced back and forth for second Brown would maintain his lead.  The final caution came out on the final lap, which set up a green-white-checkered dash for the win. Brown would off Johnson and Lasoski and go on to defend his Spring Sprint Car Nationals title.  Danny Lasoski was second followed by Jason Johnson, Kaley Gharst, and Roger Crockett, Medford OR.  The B Feature was won by Nick Lusk, Oakdale MN, with the Dash being won by Kaley Gharst.  The special Danny Williams Memorial Last Chance race was won by Casey Heser, Jackson MN.  Heat race wins went to Brian Brown, Joe Riedel, Ramona SD, Dusty Ballenger, Sioux Falls SD, and Danny Lasoski.

The 15-lap Sport Mod feature saw front row starters Dan Paplow, Dundee MN, and Matthew Looft, Swea City IA, battle back and forth, and at the end it was Dan Paplow picking up the win. Matthew Looft was second followed by Nick Deiter, Brewster MN, Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye MN, and Ben Chukuske, Sherburn MN.  Heat race winners were Ben Chukuske and Matthew Looft.

The 20-lap Minniakota Micro Sprint feature saw Jody Rosenboom take the win after getting the lead before the halfway point in the race.  Rosenboom was followed Ryan Schuur, Chandler MN, Colin Smith, Emmetsburg IA, Jason Wagner, Sioux Falls SD, and Tim Ottenbacher, Granville IA.  Heat race winners were Colin Smith and Tim Ottenbacher.

Racing action continues Saturday night at the Jackson Speedway with the 37th Annual University Okoboji race night.  Hot laps on the bullring at 6:00 p.m. with hot laps and racing on the big track to follow. 

Last Deck Jackson Speedway Touring Series Sprints (33 Cars)
A Feature (25 laps) – 1. 21 Brian Brown, Grain Valley MO, 2. 1M Danny Lasoski, Dover MO, 3. 41 Jason Johnson, Eunice LA, 4. 7 Kaley Gharst, Decatur IL, 5. 82 Roger Crockett, Medford OR, 6. 64T Scotty Thiel, Sheboygan WI, 7. 4J Lee Grosz, Harwood ND, 8. 17W Cole Wood, Auburn CA, 9. 2D Dusty Ballenger, Sioux Falls SD, 10. 20G Chris Graf, Glencoe MN, 11. 20F Casey Friedrichsen, Arthur IA, 12. 4W Dr. Matt Wasmund, Jackson MN, 13. 75c Casey Heser, Jackson MN, 14. 29x Nick Lusk, Jackson MN, 15. 09 Matt Juhl, Sioux Falls SD (DNF), 16. Derrick Lusk, Jackson MN (DNF), 17. 15 Joe Riedel, Ramona SD (DNF), 18. 75B DJ Brink, Sturgis SD (DNF), 19. 10x Justin Jacobsma, Hull IA (DNF), 20. 91 Dusty Zomer, Sioux Falls SD (DNF), 21. 14 Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA (DNF), 22. 5M Troy Manteufel, St. Peter MN (DNF), 23. 75 Tommy Barber, Sioux Falls SD (DNF), 24. 35 Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield MN (DNF), 25. 13MJ Brandon Halverson, Jackson MN (DNF)
B Feature(12 laps top 4 advanced) – 1. 29x Nick Lusk, 2. 93 Derrik Lusk, 3. 5M Troy Manteufel, 4. 4W Matt Wasmund, 5. 75c Casey Heser, 6. 10xx Jennifer Eriksen, Burnsville MN, 7. 32 Mark Toews, Spirit Lake IA, 8. 29L Lyle Howey III, Hartford SD, 8. 71 Jeremy Vander Platts, Sibley IA

Dash (8 laps) – 1. 7 Kaley Gharst, 2. 2D Dusty Ballenger, 3. 91 Dusty Zomer, 4. 21 Brian Brown, 5. 1M Danny Lasoski, 6. 17W Cole Wood, 7. 82 Roger Crocket, 8. 75B DJ Brink, 9. 15 Joe Riedel, 10. 10x Justin Jacobsma

Danny Williams Memorial Last Chance Race (11 laps) – 1. 75c Casey Heser, 2. 10xx Jennifer Eriksen, 3. 29L Lyle Howey III, 4. 32 Mark Toews, 5. 71 Jeremy Vander Platts

Heat 1 (6 laps) – 1. 21 Brian Brown, 2. 10x Justin Hull, 3. 75 Tommy Barber, 4. 35 Skylar Prochaska, 5. 29 Nick Lusk
Heat 2 -1. 15 Joe Riedel, 2. 82 Roger Crockett, 3. 09 Matt Juhl, 4. 41 Jason Johnson, 5. 4J Lee Grosz,
Heat 3 – 1. 2D Dusty Ballenger, 2. 7 Kaley Gharst, 3. 17W Cole Wood, 4. 13MJ Brandon Halverson, 5. 20F Casey Fredrickson
Heat 4 – 1. 1M Danny Lasoski, 2. 91 Dusty Zomer, 3. 75B DJ Brink, 4. 64T Scott Thiel, 5. 93 Derrik Lusk

MN West Community & Technical College Minniakota Micro Sprints (15 Cars)
A Feature (20 laps) – 1. 14 Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids IA, 2. 21 Ryan Schuur, Chandler MN, 3. 12 Colin Smith, Sheldon IA, 4. 51W Jason Wagoner, Sioux Falls SD, 5. 32T Tim Ottenbacher, Granville IA, 6. 10N Nick Birchard, Spencer IA, 7. 5z Brady Hall, Lakefield MN, 8. 22s Derek Steen, Lakefield MN, 9. 7 John Sullivan, Arnolds Park IA, 10. 6 Nick Sullivan, Arnolds Park IA, 11. 39 Zach Drahota, Jackson MN, 12. 153 Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock IA, 13. 18 Kayla Stoops, Omaha NE, 14. 21W Wade Huisman, Orange City IA (DNF), 15. 7L Michael Lange, Windom MN (DNF)
Heat 1 (10 laps) – 1. 12 Colin Smith, 2. 51W Jason Wagoner, 3. 21 Ryan Schuur, 4. 153 Chad Nachtigal, 5. 21W Wade Huisman
Heat 2 – 1. 32T Tim Ottenbacher, 2. 14 Jody Rosenboom, 3. 5z Brady Hall, 4. 10N Nick Birchard, 5. 6 Nick Sullivan

Bohls Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods / Danny Williams Memorial  Race (17 Cars)
A Feature (15 laps) – 1. 25 Dan Paplow, Dundee MN, 2. 9 Matthew Looft, Swea City IA, 3. 60 Nick Deiter, Brewster MN, 4. 0 Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye MN, 5. 7c Ben Chukuske, Sherburn MN, 6. 3W Randy Winter, Winnebago MN, 7. 8L Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong IA, 8. 03z Jason Andrews, Okabena MN, 9. 7N Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn MN, 10. 75 Eric Kinnetz, Milford IA, 11. 18 Kyle Steuber, Fairmont MN, 12. 3 Dustin Wederhoeft, Fairmont MN, 13. 48 John Albrecht, Glencoe MN, 14. 51 Eric Boler, Brandon SD, 15. 22J James Jenkins, Harris IA (DNF), 16. 12x Nick Johansen, Tyler MN (DNF), 17. 14B Tom Brown, Heron Lake MN (DNF)
Heat 1 (6 laps) - 1. 7c Ben Chukuske, 2. 12x Nick Johansen, 3. 60 Nick Dieter, 4. 0 Justin Remus, 5. 75 Eric Kinnetz
Heat 2 – 1. 9 Matthew Looft, 2. 25 Dan Paplow, 3. 8L Lyle Saathoff, 4. 3W Randy Winter, 5. 3 Dustin Wiederhoef

 

Doug Johnson provided the above photos - Click to Enlarge

Kaley Gharst won the JTST vs UMSS 20 lap sprint car Shootout at the Jackson Speedway on Saturday June 28th.

The podium finish of Kaley Gharst 1st, Dusty Ballenger 2nd, Matt Wasmund 3rd.


New Images provided the above Photos - Click to Enlarge

 

UMSS vs JSTS Series At Jackson Speedway By Dan Voigt, Media Relations

JACKSON, MN – The second night of the Jackson Speedway Touring Series vs Upper Midwest Sprint Series sprint car challenge arrived at the historic Jackson Speedway on Saturday night, June 28, with a total of 25 winged 360 sprint cars turning out to do battle on the historic half-mile. A total of 83 racers filled the pits for racing in the various classes for the night’s racing, sponsored by Hitch Doc – GCC Ready Mix Night as part of Jackson’s Town and Country Days celebration. To cap off the celebration, fireworks, sponsored by the Jackson Chamber of Commerce, Jackson Lodging Association and Jackson Speedway, filled the skies over the speedway at the conclusion of the night’s racing action.

The night’s feature wins went to Jody Rosenboom of Rock Rapids, IA in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Micro Sprints, with Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA winning the in the Yellowbook Sport Compacts heat race. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, Chad Lonnera of Adrian, MN captured the checkered flag. The Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature win went to Justin Remus of Sleepy Eye, MN.  For the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car class, the checkers were claimed for the third straight week by was Jake Masters of Graettinger, IA and for the JSTS/Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint feature, Kaley Gharst of Decatur, IL earned the feature checkers.

Heat race winners in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Wingless Minniakota Micro Sprints were Colin Smith of Emmetsburg, IA and Jody Rosenboom of Rock Rapids, IA.  The Yellowbook Sport Compact heat race checkers went to Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, heat wins went to Drew Bargloff of Sioux Rapids, IA and Justin Nehring of Storm Lake, IA. Heat races in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine Sport Modifieds went to Nathan Chukuske of Sherburn, MN and Kyle Steuber of Fairmont, MN. For the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars, Roger Berdorrn of Sibley IA and Luke Sathoff of Jackson, MN, took the checkers and in the Jackson Speedway Touring Series-Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint heats, wins were earned by Matt Wasmund of Jackson, MN, Dusty Ballenger of Harrisburg, SD and Isaac Schreurs of Sioux Falls, SD.

This Thursday night, Jackson Speedway will host the 7th Annual Spring Sprint Car Nationals, sponsored by Folken Brothers Trucking, featuring the Danny Williams Memorial to honor the long-time mechanic in the area racing scene during the 1980’s and 1990’s. The Williams Memorial will be run as the Last-Chance race for the JSTS/Last Deck 360 winged sprints, with the winner earning a transfer spot in the $10,000 to win 360 A Feature event.  Along with the 360 winged sprints will be the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Miniakota Micro Sprints and the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modifieds. The grandstands will open at 4:30 p.m. with micro sprint hot laps and heat races at 6 p.m. and Sport Mod and 360 Sprint hot laps at 6:30 p.m. with racing to follow.

Then on Saturday, July 5, Jackson Speedway will host the 37th Annual University of Okoboji Night, with added sponsorship by Loosbrock Digging Service of Slayton, MN. Hot laps will begin at 6:30 p.m. with racing action to follow.

 

Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology

Minniakota MicroSprints – Non-Wing Feature – 20 Laps - 14 cars

14 – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA; 21W – Wade Huisman, Orange City, IA ; 7 – John Sullivan, Arnolds Park, IA; 12 – Colin Smith, Emmetsburg, IA; 22S – Derek Steen, Lakefield, MN; 32T – Tim Ottenbacher, Granville, IA; 51A – Elliot Amdahl, Flandreau, SD; 21 – Ryan Schurr, Chandler, MN; 5Z – Brady Hall, Lakefield, MN; 39 – Zach Drahota, Jackson, MN; 153 – Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock, IA; 6P – Josh Peters, Adrian, MN; 24 Brooke Wegener, Sioux Falls, SD; 6 – Nick Sullivan, Okoboji, IA; (DNF);10N – Nick Birchard, Spencer, IA(DNF); 7L – Michael Lange, Windom, MN(DNF)

MicroSprints Heat 1 – 10 Laps

12 – Smith; 21W-Huisman; 6P – Peters; 10N – Birchard; 22S – Steen; 7L -  Lange; 24 – Wegener; 21 – Schuur(DNS)

MicroSprints Heat 2 – 10 Laps

14 – Rosenboom; 51A – Amdahl; 7 – J. Sullivan; 6 – N. Sullivan; 5Z – Hall; 153 – Nachtigal; 39 – Drahota; 32T – Ottenbacher.

 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 8 Laps – 4 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 57 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN, 22X Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, IA; 3DD – Dee Dee Bolte, Jackson, MN

Sport Compacts Heat 1 4 Laps

33 – Lappegard; 22X – Bunkofske; 3DD – Bolte; 57 – Espey(DNF)

 

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps –14 cars

17L – Chad Lonnera, Adrian, MN; 75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 70 – Aaron Hansen, Dolliver, IA; 68M – Ryan Michelson, Estherville, IA; ;, 52S – Kyle Schley, Alpha, MN; 27J – Marc Janssen, Worthingon, MN; 20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA; 56 – Matt Olson, Franklin, MN; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 20J – Darin Johnsen, Dickens, IA; 48J – Bryant Johnson, Graettinger, IA(DNF); 45 – 26 – Tyler Pospisil, Worthington, MN(DNF); Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA(DNF)

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

45 – Bargloff; 48J – Johnson; 20J – Johnsen; 17X – Luinenburg; 14 – Dailey; 56 – Olson; 17L – Lonnera; 27J – Janssen

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

20N – Nehring; 68M – Michelson; 52S – Schley; 75C – Probst; 26 – Pospisil; 70 - Hansen

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 14 Cars

0 – Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye, MN; 18 – Kyle Steuber, Fairmont, MN; 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 8L – Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong, IA; 03Z – Jason Andrews, Okabena, MN; 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN;  8K – Derrick Bargloff, Sioux Rapids, IA; 75 – Eric Kinnetz, Milford, IA; 15V – Tony Voss, Worthington, MN; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 14B – Tom Brown, Heron Lake, MN(DNF);  22J – James Jenkins, Harris, IA(DNS)

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps

7N – N . Chukuske; 14B – Brown: 0 – Remus; 7C – B. Chukuske; 8K – Barglof; 22J – Jenkins

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps

18 – Steuber; 03Z – Andrews; 3W – Winters; 8L – Sathoff; 75 – Kinnetz; 15V – Voss.

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 15 laps – 10 cars

11 – Jake Masters, Graettinger, IA; 92 – Dan Mackenthun, Hamburg, MN; 04 – Roger Verdoorn, Sibley, IA; 31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; 5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN; 6L – Jim Larson, Rushmore, MN; 83 – James Richert, Comfry, MN; 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN; 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; 38 – Derek Voehl, Lakefield, MN(DNF)

Stock Cars  – Heat 1 – 8 laps

04 – Verdoorn; 31  - Schroeder; 92 – Mackenthun; 11 – Masters; 83 – Richert.

Stock Cars  – Heat 2 - 8 laps

5 – Sathoff; 10 – Feltman; 6L – Larson; 63 – Planting; 38 – Voehl

 

JSTS/Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 20 laps – 25 cars

7 – Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL; 2D – Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, SD; 4W – Matt Wasmund, Jackson, MN;  35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN; 20G – Chris Graff, Glencoe, MN; 09 – Matt Juhl, Estherville, IA; 10XX – Jennie Erikson, Burnsville, MN; 23S – Stuart Snyder, Waverly, NE; 75C – Casey Heser, Jackson, MN; 93 – Derrik Lusk, Jackson, MN; 17 – Ryan Bickett, Ramona, SD; 21X - Ryder Olson, Ray, ND; 199 – Ryan Bowers, Ham Lake, MN; 5M – Troy Manteufel, St. Peter, MN; 18 – Nate Laugen, Lake Mills, IA; 71 – Jeremy VanderPlaats, Sibley, IA; 91A – Reed Allex, St. Cloud, MN(DNF);

612 – Isaac Schreuers, Sioux Falls, SD(DNF); 10X – Justin Jacobsma, Hull, IA(DNF); 03 – Jamey Ogston, Duluth, MN(DNF); 48 – Neal Matuska, Prior Lake, MN(DNF);29X – Nick Lusk, Oakdale, MN(DNF); 9 – Jared Goerges, Brainerd, MN(DNF); 63 – Jerry Richert JR., Forest Lake, MN(DNF); 14 – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA(DNF)

360 Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps

4W – Wasmund; 7 – Gharst; 09 – Juhl; 18 – Laugen; 23S – Snyder; 03 – Ogston; 91A – Allex; 17 – Bickett(DNF); 93 – D. Lusk(DNS)

360 Sprints – Heat 2 – 8 laps

2D – Ballenger; 20G – Graff; 75C – Heser; 35 – Prochaska; 21 X – Olson; 5M – Manteufel; 199 – Bowers; 29X – N.Lusk.

360 Sprints – Heat 3 – 8 laps

612 –Schreurs; 63 – Richert, JR; 10XX – Erikson; 9 – Goerges; 14 – Rosenboom; 48 – Matuska; 10X – Jacobsma; 71 - VanderPlaats

June 30th

Thanks to all that came out to the races on Saturday! I still cant believe that the rain missed us. But we will sure take it.

Thanks to all of the Sponsors - GCC Concrete, Hitch Doc, the Jackson Chamber and Lodging Association. The firewoks were awesome.

This is going to be a big week, I can not wait!

Lot of Post and information coming in the next few days as we lead up the $10,000 to wi...
n 7th Annual Folkens Brothers Trucking Spring Sprint Car Nationals!

But a few things that people have been asking, What is 2nd and 3rd Pay, etc pay and are we running mufflers?

We are still working on more purse money and the full purse but, Currently the top three is at $10,000 - 5,000 - 3,000 for the top 3.

And we are not running mufflers - and the reasoning is the same as why they did not run them at the Outlaws and ASCS Nationals Shows here - and that is our track is still on the old Mufflers (to try and help our guys money wise) and many series and tracks have switched to the new ones, and don't have the old ones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cellan Clash For Sport Modifieds

Provides Great Racing

At Jackson Speedway

Photos Courtesy of New Images Click to Enlarge

 

 

JACKSON, MN – Despite a week’s worth of rain. Hard work by the track crew provided a great racing surface for racing at the historic Jackson Speedway on Saturday, June 21.  Due to the uncertainty of weather during the week, the 37th Annual University of Okoboji Night was postponed until Saturday, July 5.

For Saturday night’s racing, action, the Inaugural Cellan Motorsports Clash for the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modifieds put extra money into the purse for the 22 competitors in the field. Additionally, 15 Bob Boland Ford IMCA A Modifieds capped off the evening’s racing action on Central Bale and Grind and The Pizza Ranch night at the speedway. A total of 93 cars filled the pits of the historic half-mile oval at the Jackson County Fairgrounds.

Highlighting the evening was the Cellan Clash, a 10-lap Texas Pursuit for the Sport Modified Class. Winning the event with a Motorsports lap eight pass was Jason Andrews of Okabena, Minnesota.

The night’s feature wins went to with Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA winning the in the Yellowbook Sport Compacts heat race. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA captured the checkered flag. The Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature win went to Kyle Steuber of Fairmont, MN and in the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car class, Jake Masters of Graettinger, IA claimed the checkered flag.  For the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint feature, Jody Rosenboom of Rock Rapids, IA earned the checkers and winning the Bob Boland Ford IMCA A Modified Feature was Dan Menk of Franklin, MN.

Heat race winners in the The Yellowbook Sport Compact class went to Scott Espey of Alpha, MN. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, heat wins went Josh Peters of Dickens, IA; Ryan Michelson of Estherville, IA and Kyle Schley of Alpha, MN. Heat races in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine Sport Modifieds went to Danny Myrvold of Heron Lake, MN, Lyle Sathoff of Armstrong, IA and Nathan Chukuske of Sherburn, MN.

The Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car heat wins were earned by Trent Schroeder of Worthington, Mn and Kevin DeBaere of Tracy, MN. Winning the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint heats were Gregg Bakker of Sioux Falls, SD and Derrik Lusk of Jackson, MN. While the Bob Boland Ford IMCA A-Modified heat checkers went to Austin Lucas of Cedar Rapids, IA and Dan Menk of Franklin. MN.

Racing action continues on Saturday, June 28 with Jackson Town and Country Days, with racing action sponsored by Hitch Doc and GCC Concrete. As a special added treat, the evening’s races will be capped off with a fireworks display at the speedway. Hot Laps are at 6:30 p.m. with racing to follow.

 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 8 Laps – 7 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 10 – Danny Sassman, Jr, Fort Dodge, IA; 22X - Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, IA; 57 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN  3DD – Dee Dee Bolte, Jackson, MN; 27 – Nathan Sukalski, Fairmont, MN; 3E – Ed Connell, Blue Earth, MN(DNF).  

Sport Compacts Heat 1 4 Laps

357 – Espey; 22X – Bunkofske; 33 – Lappegard; 10 – Sassman; 3DD – Bolte; 27 – Sukalski. 3E – Connell (DNF)

 

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 23 cars

45 – Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 68M – Ryan Michelson, Estherville, IA; 75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN; 84 – Josh Peters, Dickens, IA; 52S – Kyle Schley, Alpha, MN; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 17 – Trevor Holm, Chandler, MN; 27J – Marc Janssen, Worthingon, MN; 56C – DJ Clinton, Estherville, IA; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 11 – Csey Iehl, Rembrandt, IA; 76 – Ben Peterson, Northrup, MN; 26 – Tyler Pospisil, Worthington, MN; 23 – Logan Kelly, Fairmont, MN; 44 – Travis Radke, Slayton, MN; 28 – John Ross, Worthington, MN(DNF); 48J – Bryant Johnson, Graettinger, IA(DNF); 20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA(DNF); 100K – Devin Kuehne, Reading, MN(DNF); 32J – Austin Jahnz, St. James, MN(DNF); 7C – Andrew Claus, Spencer, IA(DNF); 56D – David Clinton, Estherville, IA(DNF); 27 – Malik Sampson, Worthington, MN(DNS)

 

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

84 – Peters; 20N – Nehring; 48J – Johnson; 28 – Ross; 23 – Kelly; 75C – Probst; 32J – Jahnz; 11 – Iehl.

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

68M – Michelson, 45 – Bargloff; 27 – Sampson; 17 – Holm; 7C – Claus; 27J – Janssen; 56C – Clinton; 100K – Kuehne (DNF).

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

52S – Schley; 17X – Luinenburg; 14 – Dailey; 76 – Peterson; 26 – Pospisil; 44 – Radke; 56D – Clinton(DNF).

 

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 22 Cars

18 – Kyle Steuber, Fairmont, MN; 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 03Z – Jason Andrews, Okabena, MN; 25 – Dan Paplow, Dundee, MN; ; 8L – Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong, IA; R6 – Danny Myrvold, Heron Lake, MN; 12X – Nick Johansen, Tyler, MN; 3 – Dustin Wiederhoelt, Fairmont, MN; 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; ; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 35 – Bruce Egeland, Marshall, MN; 14B – Tom Brown, Heron Lake, MN; 48T – Troy Rink, Estherville, IA; 5K – Jared Nytroe, Brandon, SD; 60 – Nick Dieter, Brewster, MN; 51 – Eric Boler, Brandon, SD; 111B – Eric Bassett, Mankato, MN; 22J – James Jenkins, Harris, IA; 5T5 – Marlin Hoffman, Sioux City, IA(DNF); 87 – John Briggs, Cherokee, IA(DNS); 10 – Nick Ober, Round Lake, MN(DNS); 19 – Carter Shumski, Fairmont, MN(DNS).

 

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps

R6 – Myrvold; 12X – Johansen; 25 – Paplow; 5K – Nytroe; 35 – Egeland; 10 – Ober(DNF); 51 – Boler(DNF); 87 – Briggs(DNF).

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps

8L – Sathoff; 03Z – Andrews; 3W – Winter; 19 – Shumski; 48T – Rink; 111B – Bassett; 5T5 – Hoffman.

Sport Mod Heat 3  - 8 laps

7N – N. Chukuske; 18 – Steuber; 3 – Wiederhoelt; 7C – B. Chukuske; 6- = Dieter; 14B – Brown; 22J – Jenkins.

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Cellan Clash – 10 laps – 10 cars

03Z – Jason Andrews; 7C – Ben Chukuske; 3 Dustin Wiederhoelt; R6 – Danny Myrvold; 12X – Nick Johansen; 3W – Randy Winter; 18 – Kyle Steuber; 8L – Lyle Sathoff; 25 – Dan Paplow; 7N – Nathan Chukuske.

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 18 laps – 14 cars

11 – Jake Masters, Graettinger, IA; ; 6L – Jim Larson, Rushmore, MN; 31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; 7 – Kevin DeBaere, Tracy, MN; 5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN; 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN; 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; 79 – Derrick Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 33M – Matthew Lux, Hartley, IA(DNF); 83 – Jim Richert, Comfrey, MN(DNF); 00 – Andy Altenburg, Truman, MN(DNF); ; 87 – David Reisdorfer, Adrian, MN(DNF); 04 – Roger Verdoorn, Sibley, IA(DNF); 3 – Mike Carlson, Slayton, MN(DNF).

Heat 1 – 8 laps

31 – Schroeder, 83 – Richert; 04 – Verdoorn; 11 – Masters; 63 – Planting; 3 – Carlson.

Heat 2 - 8 laps

7 – DeBaere; Sathoff; 6L – Larson; 33M – Lux; 87 – Reisdorfer; 79 – Bargloff; 00 Altenburg.

 

Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 20 laps – 12 cars

14 – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA; 11X – Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls, SD; 93 – Derrik Lusk, Jackson, MN; 7X – Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL; 4W – Matt Wasmund, Jackson, MN; 32 – Mark Toews,  14R – Randy Rosenboom, Edna, IA; 10 – Justin Jacobsma, Hull, IA(DNF); 35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN(DNF);  64 – Bruce Anderson, Trimont, MN(DNF); 75C - Casey Heser, Jackson, MN(DNF); 33 – Trevor Smith, Sheldon, IA(DNS)

 

Heat 1 – 8 laps 11X – Bakker; 10 – Jacobsma; 14 – J. Rosenboom; 32 – Toews; 64 – Anderson(DNF); 33 – Smith(DNF) Heat 2 – 8 laps 93 – Lusk; 4W – Wasmund; 75C – Heser; 35 – Prochaska; 7X – Gharst; 14R – R. Rosenboom.

 

Bob Boland Ford IMCA A Modifieds – Feature – 20 laps - 15 Cars

19M – Dan Menk, Franklin, MN; 9 – Roger Nielsen, Dolliver, IA; 17S – James Slawson, Milford, IA; 20 – Denny Anderson, Rochester, MN; 7L – Jeff Larson, Rushamore, MN; 14 – Jason Fisher, Lakefield, MN; 5L – Dustin Larson, Worthington, MN; 16 – Chris Rakaess, Fairmont, MN; 21J – Greg Jacobsen, Sherburn, MN; 25 – Warren VanWesten, Sibley, IA(DNF); 1A – Dwain Hanson, Lakefield, MN(DNF); 9XX – Austin Lucas, Cedar Rapids, IA(DNF); 49 – Matt Hollerich, Good Thunder, MN(DNF); 3A – Ken Odergaard, Welcome, MN(DNF); 5 Brandon Beckendorf, Danube, MN(DNF).

 

Heat 1 – 8 laps 9XX – Lucas; 5L – D. Larson; 16 – Rakaess; 7L – J. Larson; 21J – Jacobsen; 25 – VanWesten(DNF); 49 – Hollerich(DNF); 3A – Odegaard(DNF)

Heat 2 – 8 laps 19M – Menk; 20 – Anderson; 9 – Nielsen; 1A – Hanson; 5 – Beckendorf; 17S – Slawson; 14 – Fisher.

By Dan Voigt, Media Relations

Jackson Speedway

 

 

Big Game Shootout Brings STP World of Outlaws Back to Jackson Speedway

Jackson Speedway

 JACKSON, MN – Sunny Skies, a gentle breeze and great racing weather greeted the ninth visit of the STP World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series to Jackson Speedway Friday night for the Big Game Shootout, sponsored by Eyecon Trail Cameras. The yearly stop of the “Greatest Show on Dirt” also marked the Salute to the King – Steve Kinser’s farewell appearance at the historic half-mile where he has claimed three victories in his illustrious career.

With the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks serving as the support class for the evening’s show, a total of 30 outlaw winged sprint cars turned out in front of a huge crowd of appreciative racing fans on Friday the 13th.

For the STP World of Outlaws, the quick qualifying time honors went to David Gravel of Watertown, CT in the Roth Motorsports #83, as he turned a lap of :16.443 around the big half mile oval. The STP-World of Outlaws Dash win would go to Joey Saldana of Brownsburg, IN in the #71m Motter Motorsports entry.

In feature race action, the World of Outlaws “B” feature checkers went to Sammy Swindell of Germantown, TN, in the Big Game Tree Stands #1. The Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stock feature checkers were earned by Malik Sampson of Worthington, MN before the 30-lap STP World of Outlaws feature race win was claimed by Joey Saldana. Donny Schatz would finish second, with Brad Sweet rounding out the podium in third place. The KSE Hard-Charger Award went to Craig Dollansky of Elk River, MN, driver of the Big Game Tree Stands #7 car, based in Windom, MN.

For the World of Outlaws sprint heats, Paul McMahon of Nashville, TN took the first heat checkers in the #51 CJB Motorsports entry, while Daryn Pittman of Owasso, OK won the second heat in the #9 Great Clips car, with Joey Saldana of Brownsburg, IN won the third heat race in the 71m Motter Motorsports car. Winning the heat races in the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks were Malik Sampson of Worthington, MN and Kyle Schley of Alpha, MN.

Regular racing action resumes Saturday night, June 21, for the 37th Annual University of Okoboji night at the Speedway. U of O Night is the longest ongoing promotion at the Speedway and traces its history to a pair of great racing supporters, the late Everett “Dobbie” Dobson and Dudley Short, both of Spirit Lake, who worked with Herman and Emil Richter of The Three Sons of Milford to create the promotion. To go along with University of Okoboji Night, the Cellan Motorsports Clash, with the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modifieds racing for extra money in the purse, will also take place. The evening’s races will be sponsored by The Daily Grind of Estherville and by the Pizza Ranch of Jackson. Hot laps are set for 6:30 p.m. with racing action to follow.

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 8 cars

27 – Malik Sampson, Worthington, MN; 52s – Kyle Schley, Alpha, MN; 2BX –Jeff Senne, Fairmont, MN; 3K – Dan Strandberg, Worthingon, MN; 2 – Merle Pattison, Estherville, IA; 2XX – John Briggs, Cherokee, IA,  28 – John Ross, Worthington, MN;

29M – David Miller, Sioux City, IA(DNF)

 

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

27 – Sampson, 2BX – Senne, 28 – Ross , 3K – Strandberg, 2 – Pattison, 29M – Miller, 52s – Schley, 2XX – Briggs (DNF)

 

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

52s – Schley, 27 – Sampson, 28 – Ross,  29M – Miller, 2BX – Senne, 2 – Pattison, 2XX – Briggs, 3K – Strandberg (DNF)

 

STP World of Outlaws Winged Sprints – Feature – 30 laps – 24cars

71m – Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, IN; 15 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, ND; 49 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, CA; 33 – Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO; 51 – Paul McMahon, Nashville, TN; 29 – Kerry Madsen, St. Marys New South Wales, Australia; 9 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, OK; 4 – Cody Darrah, Red Lion, PA; 83 – David Gravel, Watertown, CT; 11k – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, IN; 18 – Ian Madsen, St. Marys New South Wales, Australia; 82 – Roger Crockett, Medford, OR; 7s – Jason Sides, Bartlett, TN; 21 – Brian Brown, Grain Valley, MO; 56 – Davey Heskin, St. Michael, MN; 11 – Steve Kinser, Bloomington, IN; 7 – Craig Dollansky, Elk River, MN; 1 – Sammy Swindell, Germantown, TN; 09 – Matt Juhl, Sioux Falls, SD; 55 – Brooke Tatnell, San Sou I, New South Wales, Australia; 13- MarkDobmeier, Grand Forks, ND; 35 – Skyler Prochaska, Lakefield, MN; 77x – Wayne Johnson, Oklahoma City, OK(DNF); 59 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, CA(DNF)

 

World of Outlaws Sprints – “B” Feature – 12 Laps (Top 6 to A)

1 – Swindell, 82 – Crockett, 09 – Juhl, 35 – Prochaska, 55 Tatnell, 77X – Johnson, 93 – Lusk, 2 – Ingle, 19 – Tostenson, 1a – Allen, 1s – Schuchert(DNS)

 

World of Outlaws Sprints   DASH  - 6 Laps -  ( Winner to Pole of A)

71m – Saldana, 15 – Schatz, 49 – Sweet, 33 – Lasoski, 29 – K. Madsen, 51 – McMahon, 83 – Gravel, 9 – Pittman

 

World of Outlaws Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps (Top 6 to A)

51 –McMahon, 4 – Darrah, 83 – Gravel, 7s – Sides, 59 – Kaeding, 7 – Dollansky, 1 – Swindell, 82 – Crockett, 77x – Johnson, 93 - Lusk

 

World of Outlaws Sprints – Heat 2 – 8 laps (Top 6 to A)

9 – Pittman, 15 – Schatz, 11k – K. Kinser, 13 – Dobmeier,  33 – Lasoski, 56 – Heskin, 09 – Juhl, 35 – Prochaska, 2 – Ingle, 1s – Schuchart(DNS)

 

World of Outlaws Sprints – Heat 3 – 8 laps (Top 6 to A)

71m – Saldana, 18 – I. Madsen, 29 – K. Madsen, 49 – Sweet, 21 – Brown, 11 – S. Kinser, 1a – Allen, 55 – Tatnell, 19 – Tostenson

 By Dan Voigt, Media Relations

 

 

36th Jackson Nationals slated for Friday and Saturday of Labor Day Weekend

Sponsored by State Bank of Fairmont

The 36th Jackson Nationals Labor Day Classic presented by the State Bank of Fairmont will be on Friday August 29 and Saturday August 30 and will feature the return of the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.  Featuring top drivers like Louisiana’s Ragin Cajun Jason Johnson, and New Mexico’s Johnny Hollywood Herrera, the ASCS will bring over drivers from across the country to the Jackson Speedway half mile to duel for the  $5,000 first place prize.  “We were thrilled with the great support we received from racers across the country at last year’s Jackson Nationals” stated AtoZ manager Josh Holt “We had over 43 driver’s enter last year from 14 different states at the 35th Nationals, and we already have received entries from cars from as far away as Washington and Texas.  We hope to continue to grow this event and make it bigger and better for the fans.”  The Jackson Nationals will also feature top area micro sprint racing both nights, a sport compact shootout Friday  night and the sport modified championship Saturday night.

Plans are in the works to once again honor 2 legends of Jackson Speedway.  Friday night will honor legendary engine builder and owner Loren Woodke.  Son Brian Woodke is hopeful that he will once again be able to field a 1W car for the event.  On Saturday, Greg Valentine and family will honor Dick Valentine with the Valentine Memorial race.  The Valentine 32 will be on hand to challenge the invaders and hope to put more Jackson Nationals hardware in the trophy case.  Both events are designed allow the racers and additional chance to make money with special races honoring these men.  Any parties interested in helping to sponsor these races should contact Adam Adamson at 712-202-5540.

Regional driver and defending champion Brian Brown has already marked it on this calendar.  The Casey’s General Store sponsored driver said he wouldn’t miss it.  “We were thrilled to take home the big check last year, and I am excited to see the winners share jump to $5,000 thanks to the support of the State Bank of Fairmont.”  Regional competitors Danny Lasoski and Terry McCarl have also indicated their intent to return for the big show this year along with a stout field of locals led by Greg Bakker and Skylar Prochaska. 

The Jackson Speedway has suites available for both nights of the 36th annual Jackson Nationals.  Each suite comes with 100 race night tickets and reserved seating in front of the seat.  Contact Brittni Drahota at 507-841-0179 or Jon McCorkell for more information

Tickets options for the 36th annual Jackson Nationals will be slightly different in 2014.  Race night tickets will be $25 for Friday night and $28 for Saturday night.  The special State Bank of Fairmont $40 2-day general admission ticket can be purchased up to midnight on Thursday, August 28.  New for 2014 will be the opportunity to purchase reserved tickets in the top 3 rows of sections A/B and E/G.  The 2-day reserved ticket will be $48, with special discounts available for groups of 8 or more.  Both reserved and children 6-16 tickets will be $14.  Reserved tickets are only available by contacting Brittni Drahota at 507-841-0179.  The 2 day pass can be purchased at http://www.tempotickets.com/tempotickets/site/pages/listing.php?c=243.

The State Bank of Fairmont once again returns as a feature sponsor.  The locally owned bank is strong supporter of spring car racing in the upper Midwest.  Stop in and chat with Bill or Lance about checking and savings accounts as well as great deals on loans for land and equipment purchases.  Find out more at www.sbof.com.

We once again will open the west gate will open at 4:30 for advance ticket holders to secure their favorite spots in the grandstands.  General ticket gates will open at 5:00 pm both night, hotlaps will begin approximately 6:45 and racing at 7:30.  Stay tuned for more announcements as the AtoZ team builds up to the event and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AtoZpromoters and Twitter at www.twitter.com/AtoZPromoters.  Follow all events at the Jackson Speedway at www.JacksonSpeedway.com.

 

 

Dominic Bruns Memorial Raises

Awareness for SID

At Jackson Speedway

By Dan Voigt, Media Relations

Jackson Speedway

 

JACKSON, MN – After Mother Nature won big at Jackson Speedway on May 31, the Fifth Annual Dominc Bruns Memorial Race was held Saturday, June 7 at the Jackson Speedway. The annual event, designed to raise awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, attracted a total of 113 cars to the historic half-mile oval at the Jackson County Fairgrounds. Sponsoring the night’s racing action were the Livewire Printing Company; Erickson Trucks and Parts and the Shear Shack, all of Jackson and Griffith Decorative Concrete of Estherville, IA.

The Dominic Bruns Memorial offered a special $1,000 to win for the IMCA Stock Car Feature event as the feature event of the evening’s program. As part of the Bruns Memorial, Stock car drivers went through the stands passing the helmet for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome research, and racing fans donated $733.65 to further research and education in memory of Dominc, the seven-month old son of Becky and Shane Bruns. Also,a special feature was held for the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Micro Sprints. Winning the special feature was Wade Husiman of Orange City, IA.

The night’s feature wins went to Jody Rosenboom of Rock Rapids, IA in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Micro Sprints, with Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA winning the in the Yellowbook Sport Compacts heat race. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, Malik Sampson of Worthington, MN captured the checkered flag. The Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature win went to Matthew Looft of Swea City, IA.  For the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint feature, Roger Crockett of Medford, OR, and  winning the $1,000 Fifth Annual Dominic Bruns Memorial Feature in the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car  class was Jake Masters of Graettinger, IA.

Heat race winners in the Wingless Minniakota Micro Sprints were Chad Nachtigal of Little Rock, IA and John Sullivan Arnolds Park, IA.  The Yellowbook Sport Compact heat race checkers went to Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA. In the Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks, heat wins went to Jeff Senne of Fairmont, Trevort Holm of Chandler and Drew Bargloff of Sioux Rapids, IA. Heat races in the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine Sport Modifieds went to Bruce Egeland of Marshall, Justin Schuder of Fairmont and Matthew Looft of Swea City, IA. For the Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint heats, wins were earned by Skyler Prochaska of Lakefield, Nick Lusk of Oakdale, MN, and Gregg Bakker of Sioux Falls, SD., while Jake Masters of Graettinger, IA, Devin Smith of Lake City, IA and Dan Mackenthun of Hamburg, MN earned the wins in the heat races for the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars.

The Jackson Speedway will host the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars this Friday night, June 13. The Pits will open at 2 p.m. and the grandstands will open at 4 p.m. Hot Laps are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. with Qualifying set for 7 p.m. Racing action will begin at 7:30p.m. The Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks will be the support class for the evening’s racing action, which is part of the Steve Kinser Farewell Tour. For more information on tickets, go to: SLSpromotions.com or call SLS Promotions at 814-344-2023 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tickets will also be available at the gate Friday night.

 

Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology

 

Minniakota MicroSprints – Feature – 20 Laps - 14 cars

21W – Wade Huisman, Orange City, IA;14 – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA; 22S – Derek Steen, Lakefield, MN;  6 – Nick Sullivan, Okoboji, IA; 7 – John Sullivan, Arnolds Park, IA;  21 – Ryan Schurr, Chandler, MN; 32T – Tim Ottenbacher, Granville, IA; 6P – Josh Peters, Adrian, MN; 10N – Nick Birchard, Spencer, IA;  153 – Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock, IA; 39 – Zach Drahota, Jackson, MN; 7L – Michael Lange, Windom, MN; 12 – Colin Smith, Emmetsburg, IA(DNF), 27  - Dalton Johnson, Worthington, MN(DNS).

Minniakota MicroSprints – Non-Wing Feature – 20 Laps - 19 cars

14 – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA; 27  - Dalton Johnson, Worthington, MN; 22S – Derek Steen, Lakefield, MN; 12 – Colin Smith, Emmetsburg, IA; 39 – Zach Drahota, Jackson, MN; 10N – Nick Birchard, Spencer, IA; 6P – Josh Peters, Adrian, MN; 7 – John Sullivan, Arnolds Park, IA; 7L – Michael Lange, Windom, MN; 51W – Jason Wagoner, Sioux Falls, SD;  21 – Ryan Schurr, Chandler, MN;  21W – Wade Huisman, Orange City, IA; 24 Brooke Wegener, Sioux Falls, SD(DNF); 32T – Tim Ottenbacher, Granville, IA(DNF); 6 – Nick Sullivan, Okoboji, IA(DNF); 153 – Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock, IA(DNF); 51A – Elliot Amdahl, Flandreau, SD(DNF); 15N-Nick Kirkegaard, Sioux Falls, SD(DNS).

MicroSprints Heat 1 – 10 Laps

153 – Nachtigal, 21W-Huisman, 32T – Ottenbacher, 51W – Wagoner, 39 – Drahota, 21 – Schuur, 7L – Lange. DNF: 15N – Kirkegaard. DNS: 24 – Wegener.

MicroSprints Heat 2 – 10 Laps

7- J. Sullivan; 14 – Rosenboom, 27 – Johnson, 22s – Steen, 12 – Smith, 10 N – Birchard, 6 – N. Sullivan; 6p – Peters, 51A – Amdahl, 24 – Wegner.

 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 8 Laps – 9 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 7x – Jesse James, Milford, IA; 37 – Drew Johnson, Dakota Dunes, SD; 57 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN, 22X Joe Bunkofske, Armstrong, IA; 3E – Ed Connell, Blue Earth, MN;  3DD – Dee Dee Bolte, Jackson, MN;; 56 – John Sopoci, Sioux City, IA; 87 – George VanPelt, Harris, IA.

Sport Compacts Heat 1 4 Laps

33 – Lappegard; 21 – Espey, 7x – James, 22X – Bunkofske, 3E – Connell, 3DD – Bolte, 87 – VanPelt, 37 – Johnson, 56 – Sopoci.

 

Loosbrock Digging Service IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 24 cars

27 – Malik Sampson, Worthington, MN; Je17 – Trevor Holm, Chandler, MN; 29M – David Miller, Sioux City, IA; 45 – Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 3K – Dan Strandberg, Worthingon, MN; 20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 2BX –Jeff Senne, Fairmont, MN; 75T – Josh Telecky, Hutchinson, MNl 27J – Marc Janssen, Worthingon, MN; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 2 – Merle Pattison, Estherville, IA; 26 – Tyler Pospisil, Worthington, MN; 7TK – Tim Kennedy, Round Lake, MN; 78 – Kevin LaTour, Lesuer, MN; 23 – Logan Kelly, Fairmont, MN; 74T – Chad Taylor, Fairmont, MN; 28 – John Ross, Worthington, MN(DNF);  75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN(DNF); 76 – Ben Peterson, Northrup, MN(DNF); 68M – Ryan Michelson, Estherville, IA; 84 – Josh Peters, Dickens, IA(DNF); 2X – Tony Salmon, Milford, IA. 56M – Matt Olson, Morton, MN(DQ).

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

2BX – Senne, 27J – Janssen, 56M – Olson, 68M – Michelson, 17X – Luninberg, 23 – Kelly, 26 – Pospisil 4T – Taylor.

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

17 – Holm, 20 – Nehring, 29M – Miller, 27 – Sampson, 84 – Peters, 14 – Dailey, 78 – LaTour, 2X – Salmon.

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

45 – D. Bargloff, 2 – Pattison, 28 – Ross, 3K – Strandberg, 75C – Probst, 7TK – Kennedy, 76 – Peterson, 75T – Telecky(DNF).

 

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 19 Cars

9 – Matthew Looft, Swea City, IA; 60 – Nick Dieter, Brewster, MN; 3 – Dustin Wiederhoelt, Fairmont, MN; 8L – Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong, IA; 0 – Justin Remus, Sleepy Eye, MN; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 18 – Kyle Steuber, Fairmont, MN; 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 87 – John Briggs, Cherokee, IA; 71 – Josh Larson, Glencoe, MN; 15V – Tony Voss, Worthington, MN; 7 – Kyle Remus, Sleepy Eye, MN(DNF); 03Z – Jason Andrews, Okabena, MN(DNF); 20 – Justin Schuder, Fairmont, MN(DNF); 25 – Dan Paplow, Dundee, MN(DNF); 12X – Nick Johansen, Tyler, MN(DNF); 35 – Bruce Egeland, Marshall, MN(DNF); 8D – Dalton Sathoff. Armstrong, IA(DNF).

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps

35 – Egeland, 60 – Dieter, 03Z – Andrews, 3 – Wiederhoelt, 25 – Paplow, 87 – Briggs, 8D D. Sathoff.

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps

20 – Schuder, 3W – Winters, 8L – L.Sathoff, 12X – Johansen, 71 – Larson, 15V – Voss.

Sport Mod Heat 3  - 8 laps

9 – Looft, 7C – B. Chukuske, 7 – K. Remus, 18 – Steuber(DNF) 0 – J. Remus(DNF) 7N – N. Chukuske(DQ).

 

Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 25 laps – 19 cars

82 – Roger Crockett, Medford OR; 7 – Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL;  - 35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN; 20G – Chris Graff, Glencoe, MN; 11X – Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls, SD; 09 – Matt Juhl, Estherville, IA; 2D – Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, SD; 93 – Derrik Lusk, Jackson, MN; 14R – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA; 5M – Troy Manteufle, St. Peter, MN; 64 – Bruce Anderson, Trimont, MN; 32 – Mark Toews, Spirit Lake, IA(DNF); 33 – Trevor Smith, Sheldon, IA(DNF); 71 – Jeremy VanderPlaats, Sibley, IA(DNF); 111 – Morgan Montgomery, Redfield, AR(DNF); 612 – Isaac Schreurs, Sioux Falls, SD(DNF); 4W – Matt Wasmund, Jackson, MN(DNF); 29 – Nick Lusk, Oakdale, MN(DNF); 05 – Bill Boles, Harris, IA(DNS).

360 Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps

35 – Prochaska, 05 – Boles, 7 – Gharst, 5M – Manteufel, 09 – Juhl, 111 – Montgomery, 4W – Wasmund(DNF).

360 Sprints – Heat 2 – 8 laps

29 – N. Lusk, 20G – Graff, 82 – Crockett, 14R – Rosenboom, 93 – D. Lusk, 71 – VanderPlaats.

360 Sprints – Heat 3 – 8 laps

11X – Bakker, 32 – Toews, 33 – Smith, 2D – Ballenger, 64 – Anderson, 612 – Schreurs.

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 15 laps – 24 cars

11 – Jake Masters, Graettinger, IA; 81 – Devin Smith, Lake City, IA; 31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; 00 – Andy Altenburg, Truman, MN; 6L – Jim Larson, Rushmore, MN; 71D – Shaun Bruns, Danube, MN; 66Z – Elijah Zevenbergen, Ocheyedan, IA; 92 - Dan Mackenthun, Hamburg, MN; 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN; 33 – Matt Schauer, Arlington, MN;04 – Roger Verdoorn, Sibley, IA; 17M – Michale Bruns, Olivia MN; 69M – Gary Mattison, Lamberton, MN; 7 – Kevin DeBaere, Tracy, MN; 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; 33M – Matthew Lux, Hartley, IA;          5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN(DNF); 5M – Chris Meyer, Silver Lake, MN(DNF); 66 – Dan Thate, Fairmont, IA(DNF); 110 – Ken Tietz, Belle Plaine, MN(DNF); 32 – Derek Green, Granada, MN(DNF); 83 – Jim Richert, Comfrey, MN(DNF); 79 – Derrick Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA(DNF); 9R – Dan Veenstra, Clemons, MN(DNF).

Stock Cars  – Heat 1 – 8 laps

11 –Masters, 10 – Feltman, 66Z – Zevenbergen, 9R – Veenstra, 33M – Lux, 66 – Thate, 63 – Planting, 17M – M. Bruns.

Stock Cars  – Heat 2 - 8 laps

81 – Smith, 00 – Altenburg, 6L – J. Larson, 33 – Schauer, 71D – S. Bruns, 5 – Sathoff, 69M – Mattison, 5M – Meyer.

Stock Cars  – Heat 3 - 8 laps

92 – Mackenthun, 83 – Richert, 110 – Tietz, 31 – Schroeder, 32 – Green, 04 – Verdoorn, 7 – DeBaere, 79 – Barglof

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Saturday June 21st is also the Inaugural

Cellan Motorsports Clash!

For the Bohls Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Mods

 Payout:  $350, 250, 100, 100, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50, 50

Click Here for more details.

 

36th Annual Jackson Sprint Car Nationals

Advance Ticket Packages Announced

 

Friday August 30 and Saturday 31st

State Bank of Fairmont

Friday Night Reserved Tickets $25 (August 30th)

Saturday Night Reserved Tickets $28 (August 31st)

2 Day Ticket Advance Reserved Seating-$48                             2 Day Advance General Admission-$40

Click Here to Purchase Advance Jackson Nationals Tickets

Also  keep in Mind that the top 2 in Jackson Speedway Track Points that do not qualify for Saturday Nights A Main will receive a Provisional Starting spot!!

Regular Season Gets Underway - At Jackson Speedway

Victory Lane photos Courtesy of New Images - Click to Enlarge.

By Dan Voigt, Media Relations

Jackson Speedway

 

JACKSON, MN – The 2014 racing season continued Saturday night, May 17, at the historic Jackson Speedway as the Watonwan River Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation brought in the Jakes Take Aim Youth Shooting Range s part of the evening’s events. The inflatable Shooting Range was made available for youth to trying their marksmanship prior to the evening’s racing action. The first night of the regular season brought 73 racers to the half-mile oval on the Jackson County Fairgrounds.

The night’s feature wins went to Wade Huisman of Orange City, IA in the Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology Micro Sprints, with Megan Lappegard of Estherville, IA winning the in the Yellowbook Sport Compacts and Malik Sampson of Worthington, MN, in the Sign Pros IMCA Hobby Stocks. The Bohl’s Small Engine and Marine IMCA Sport Modified feature win went to Nick Johansen of Tyler, MN, while Trent Schroeder of Worthington, MN, won the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car Feature and Skylar Prochaska of Lakefield, MN, captured the Last Deck 360 360 Sprint.

Heat race winners in the Minniakota Micro Sprints were Dalton Johnson of Worthington and Wade Huisman. The Sport Compact heat race checkers went to Megan Lappegard. The Hobby Stock heat races went to Malik Sampson and Justin Nehring of Storm Lake, Iowa while the Sport Modified heat wins went to Jason Schuder of Fairmont, MN and Jason Andrews of Okabena, MN. The Stock Car heat race victories went to Randy Brands of Boyden, IA and Luke Sathoff of Jackson, MN. Rounding out the heat races for the evening were the Sprint Cars, with Lou Kennedy Jr, of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada and Kaley Gharst of Decatur, Illinois.

The speedway will take a week off and resume the season on Saturday, May 31, for the Fifth Annual Dominic Bruns Memorial Race for the IMCA Stock Cars.

 

Minnesota West Technical College Power Sports Technology

Minniakota MicroSprints – Feature – 20 Laps - 18 cars

21W – Wade Huisman, Orange City, IA; 12 – Colin Smith, Emmetsburg, IA; 27  - Dalton Johnson, Worthington, MN; 39 – Zach Drahota, Jackson, MN; 51W – Jason Wagoner, Sioux Falls, SD; 6 – Nick Sullivan, Okoboji, IA; 7 – John Sullivan, Arnolds Park, IA; 153 – Chad Nachtigal, Little Rock, IA; 5Z – Brady Hall, Lakefield, MN.

DNF: 24 – Brooke Wegener, Sioux Falls, SD; 32T –Tim Ottenbacher, Granville, IA; 10N – Nick Birchard, Spencer, IA; 53 – Trey Thesenvitz, Jasper, MN; 21 – Ryan Schurr, Chandler, MN; 22S – Derek Steen, Lakefield, MN; 51A – Elliot Amdahl, Flandreau, SD; 14 – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA.    DNS: 7L – Michael Lange, Windom, MN

MicroSprints Heat 1 – 10 Laps

27 – Johnson; 22S – Steen; 5Z – Hall; 53 – Thesenvitz; 6 – J. Sullivan; 51A – Amdahl; 10N – Birchard; 7L – Lange.

MicroSprints Heat 2 – 10 Laps

21W – Huisman; 14 – Rosenboom; 6 – N. Sullivan; 12 – Smith; 32T – Ottenbacher; 21 – Schuur; 153 – Nachtigal; 24 – Wegener; 51W – Wagoner.

 

Yellow Book IMCA Sport Compacts – Feature 2 Laps – 2 cars

33 – Megan Lappegard, Estherville, IA; 21 – Scott Espey, Alpha, MN

Sport Compacts Heat 1 – 2 Laps

33 – Lappegard; 21 – Espey

 

Sign Pros IMCA Hobby Stocks – Feature – 12 – Laps – 16 cars

27 – Malik Sampson, Worthington, MN; 20N – Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, IA; 45 – Drew Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 2BX – Jeff Senne, Fairmont, MN; 75C – Cory Probst, Worthington, MN; 17X – Justin Luinenburg, Reading, MN; 28 – John Ross, Worthington, MN; 14 – Ernie Dailey, Worthington, MN; 68M – Ryan Michelson, Estherville, IA; 76 – Ben Peterson, Northrup, MN; 44 – Travis Radke, Slayton, MN.

DNF: 2 – Merle Pattison, Estherville, IA; 74T – Chad Taylor, Fairmont, MN; 2X – Tony Salmon, Milford, IA; 59 – Corey Gronewold, Adrian, MN.  DNS: 27J – More Janssen, Worthington, MN

Hobby Stocks – Heat 1 – 6 laps

27 – Sampson; 75C – Probst; 2BX – Senne; 17X – Luinenburg; 68M – Michelson; 74T – Taylor; 76 – Peterson.  DNS:  44-Radke.

Hobby Stocks – Heat 2 – 6 Laps

20N – Nehring; 45 – Bargloff; 59 – Gronewold; 14 – Dailey; 2 – Pattison. DNF: 28 – Ross; 28J Janssen; 2X – Salmon.

 

Bohl’s Small Engine & Marine IMCA Sport Mods – Feature – 12 Laps, 14 Cars

12X – Nick Johansen, Tyler, MN; 7N – Nathan Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; 03Z – Jason Andrews, Okabena, MN; 7C – Ben Chukuske, Sherburn, MN; R6 – Danny Myrvold, Heron Lake, MN; 25 – Dan Paplow, Dundee, MN; 8L – Lyle Sathoff, Armstrong, IA; 60 – Nick Dieter, Brewster, MN; 3W – Randy Winter, Winnebago, MN; 20 – Justin Schuder, Fairmont, MN; 3 – Dustin Wiederhoeft, Fairmont, MN; 111B – Eric Bassett, Mankato, MN; 15V – Tony Voss, Worthington, MN.  DNF: 18 – Kyle Steuber, Fairmont, MN.

Sport Mod Heat 1  - 8 laps

12X – Johansen ; 20 – Schuder; 8L – Sathoff; 7C – B. Chukuske; 7N – N. Chukuske; 3 – Wiederhoelt; 15V – Voss.

Sport Mod Heat 2  - 8 laps

03Z – Andrews; 25 – Paplow; 3W – Winters; 60 – Dieter; R6 – Myrvold; 18 – Steuber; 111B – Bassett.

 

Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Cars  – Feature – 15 laps – 13 cars

31 – Trent Schroeder, Worthington, MN; 00 – Andy Altenburg, Truman, MN; 10 – Levi Feltman, Jackson, MN; 04 – Roger Verdoorn, Sibley, IA; X – Chris Palsrok, Sibley, IA; 5 – Luke Sathoff, Jackson, MN; 83 – James, Richert, Comfrey, MN; 79 – Derrick Barglof, Sioux Rapids, IA; 87 – David Reisdorfer, Adrian, MN; 66 – Dan Thate, Fairmont, MN; 3 – Mike Carlson, Slayton, MN. DNF: 63 – Donnie Planting, Estherville, IA; 27 – Randy Brands, Boyden, IA.

Stock Cars  – Heat 1 – 8 laps

27 – Sampson; 04 – Verdorn; 00 – Altenburg; X – Palsrok; 87 – Reisdorfer; 63 – Planting.

Stock Cars  – Heat 2 - 8 laps

5 – Sathoff; 31 – Schroeder; 10 – Feltman; 66 – Thate; 79 – Barglof; 3 – Carlson. DNF: 83 – Richert.

 

Last Deck 360 Sprints – Feature – 25 laps – 11 cars

35 – Skylar Prochaska, Lakefield, MN; 11X – Gregg Bakker, Sioux Falls, SD; 21K – Lou Kennedy, JR., Winnepeg, Manitoba Canada; 7 – Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL; 2D – Dusty Ballenger, Harrisburg, SD; 14R – Jody Rosenboom, Rock Rapids, IA; 05 – Bill Boles, Harris, IA; 13MJ – Brandon Halverson, Jackson, MN; 32 – Mark Toews, Spirit Lake, IA.  DNF: 9 – Jesse Smith, Mankato, MN

360 Sprints – Heat 1 – 8 laps

21K – Kennedy, JR; 14R – Rosenboom; 11X – Bakker; 05 – Boles; 32 – Toews.

360 Sprints – Heat 2 – 8 laps

7 – Gharst; 2D – Ballenger; 35 – Prochaska; 13MJ – Halverson; 9 – Smith.

 

 

UMSS vs MN MAFIA vs JSTS weekend!

5/10/2014

UMSS vs MN MAFIA vs JSTS weekend!

UMSS, JSTS & Minnesota Mafia Team Up For Big June Weekend
By: Greg Parent, UMSS Media Director (5-9-14)

The Upper Midwest Sprintcar Series (UMSS), Jackson Speedway Touring Series (JSTS) and the Minnesota Mafia are teaming up for what will be a tremendous weekend of winged sprint car racing in southwest Minnesota. When the UMSS released its 2014 schedule, there were two "To Be Determined" dates listed on Friday June 27 and Saturday June 28 following their first-ever appearance in the state of Iowa at the Cresco Speedway on Thursday June 26. With a cooperative effort from all parties involved, those two dates have been filled and the last weekend in June will provide area sprint car racing fans and teams with a great opportunity.

On Friday night June 27, the Redwood Speedway in Redwood Falls will host the first-ever UMSS vs. JSTS event. UMSS rules will be in effect with full UMSS points applying. The JSTS will award show points for their cars. The Redwood show will also be part of the 2014 Minnesota Mafia Series. Then the following night at the Jackson Speedway, round two continues with the JSTS vs. UMSS. The Jackson show will be a full JSTS point show with JSTS rules in effect. The UMSS will award show points for their cars. Leading into the southwest Minnesota races will be the Thursday night UMSS show at the Cresco Speedway located at the Howard County Fairgrounds in Cresco, Iowa. This will give racers and fans the chance to see three straight nights of sprint car racing during this late June UMSS Tour to Iowa and SW Minnesota.

Stated UMSS President Ron Bernhagen, "We are very pleased that the UMSS, JSTS and MN Mafia have worked together to bring about a fantastic opportunity for racers and fans alike." UMSS Media Director Greg Parent from GRP Motorsports will be adding some money to the Thursday and Friday night purses making them $1,200 to win. A strong purse from the Jackson Speedway on Saturday night will also see the winner receive $1,200, so for all three nights it will be $1,200 to win and $200 to start. The Minnesota Mafia will be involved in all three shows, so look for further information on their website and Facebook page. The Minnesota Mafia typically has Hard Charger and Hard Luck Awards in addition to other great bonuses at events this outstanding fan-based group is involved in. GRP Motorsports is also offering a Clean Sweep Bonus Award of $900 should any driver be able to pull off the difficult task of winning all three nights. If a driver wins two out of three, GRP will still pay a $450 bonus.

With tires no longer an issue for either series, as both are on the same Hoosier tire in 2014, the only differences lie essentially in the UMSS rules calling for injectors sleeved (restricted) at 1 7/8" and a 1,550 pound weight rule. The JSTS runs unsleeved and has a 1,475 pound weight rule. The two groups were able to reach a fair compromise in that Friday night will be UMSS rules while Saturday night will be JSTS (Jackson) rules. The Thursday night race at Cresco was already part of the UMSS schedule.

Whether you are a racer or a fan, you will want to make plans now for one, two or all three nights as the UMSS, JSTS and Minnesota Mafia "break new ground" in their cooperative effort to bring about new opportunities in the great sport of sprint car racing in and around Minnesota.

JACKSON, MN – The 2014 racing season kicked off Saturday night, April 26, at the historic Jackson Speedway. The annual Red Line Racing/IMCA Touring System Frostbuster drew 114 cars to the historic half-mile and the mini-sprint oval, despite brisk temperatures and strong winds all evening long.

Heat race winners in the Minniakota Micro Sprints were Ryan Schurr and Nick Birchard.  The Yellowbook Sport Compact heat race checkers went to Nate Coopman. The Car Toyz of Marshall IMCA Hobby Stock heat races went to John Ross, Justin Nehring and Jeff Senne, , while the Bohl’s Small Engine and Marien IMCA Sport Modified heat wins went to Matthew Looft, Danny Myrvold and Darin Roepke.

Luke Sathoff and Jim Larson captured the heat race checkers in the Hometown Motors IMCA Stock Car class, while the Last Deck/Jackson Speedway Touring Series 360 Winged Sprint heat races were won by Skylar Prochaska and Gregg Bakker. Rounding out the evening’s heat races were the Bob Boland Ford IMCA A Modifieds, with heat wins going to Mat Hollerich and Chad Porter.

The night’s feature wins went to Ryan Schurr in the Minniakota Micro Sprints, Nate Coopman in the Sport Compacts and Jeremy Wegner in the Hobby Stocks. The Sport Modified feature win went to Matthew Looft, while Jim Larson won the Stock Car Feature. Skylar Prochaska captured the JSTS 360 Sprint Feature and Mat Hollerivh earned the checkers for the A Modified feature.

The season will resume on Saturday, May 17, when the Watonwan River Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will sponsor the Jakes Take Aim Youth Shooting Range. The inflatable Shooting Range will be available for youth to trying their marksmanship prior to the evening’s racing action.

 

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