10 Things to Know About the 2021 TUNDRA Season

The TUNDRA Super Late Model Series opens the season Saturday at Wisconsin International Raceway.  We get you ready for the season with 10 things to know about the new TUNDRA season.


1 – This is the 11th season of TUNDRA competition in the state of Wisconsin.


2 – TUNDRA was first formed in 2011 under the Alive For Five Series banner, competing at Dells Raceway Park. Frank Kreyer was the series’ first champion.


3 – The series rebranded as The Unified Northern Drivers Racing Association (TUNDRA) in 2013 and hit the road. Nick Panitzke was crowned champion that year.


4 – Casey Johnson holds the series record with four tities, including each of the last three. While he just has three wins with the series, his consistency is unmatched – he’s finished outside the top-10 just once in 28 starts.

Casey Johnson is a four-time TUNDRA Super Late Model Series champion.  He has 27 top-10 finishes in 28 TUNDRA starts.

5 – Dalton Zehr is TUNDRA’s winningest driver, with 13 total wins to his credit. That is more than double the next closest driver, while he is one of only nine drivers with multiple series wins.


6 – Speaking of Prunty, he has won the TUNDRA race at Wisconsin International Raceway each of the last three years. He goes for a fourth-straight win this Saturday.

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7 – The series will have six dates at six different tracks in 2021. Along with the opener at WIR, TUNDRA will also visit Marshfield Motor Speedway, Jefferson Speedway, State Park Speedway, Golden Sands Speedway and Dells Raceway Park.


8 – Along with the six tracks on the schedule, TUNDRA has visited three other facilities – LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway, Slinger Super Speedway and Norway Speedway (MI).


9 – Saturday’s main event will be 60 laps. The starting field will be assembled through qualifying, preliminary races and a last chance.


10 – TUNDRA Super Late Model Series action can be found on Speed51.TV throughout the season.  Several races will be broadcasted live, while highlights will be available from all six races on the schedule.


-Story by: Koty Geyer, Speed51 National Correspondent – Twitter: @kgeyer3

-Photo Credit: Speed51

10 Things to Know About the 2021 TUNDRA Season