Portage, WI — Carson Kvapil, the 15-year-old son of NASCAR veteran and Wisconsin native Travis Kvapil, will make his debut with the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series Powered by Wisconsin Potatoes in tomorrow’s Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial Presented by River View Construction and A&A Lock Service at Marshfield Motor Speedway.
Kvapil will be piloting the Brad and Nancy Mannstedt-owned No. 91 prepared by top-end Crew Chief Toby Nuttleman. It will be Kvapil’s first Super Late Model race in the state of Wisconsin. The Kvapils now call Mooresville, N.C. home.
The young Kvapil joins a power-packed field full of veteran racers such as Casey Johnson, Mike Lichtfeld, Jordan Thiel, and Colin Reffner and top young guns such as Gabe Sommers, Chad Butz, and Collin Slife.
A full entry list can be viewed by clicking here.
The Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial Presented by River View Construction and A&A Lock Service will also feature the TUNDRA Sportsman Tour, Midwest Truck Series and Upper Midwest Vintage Series. Fan gates open at 1 p.m., Qualifying is at 2:30 p.m. and Racing begins at 4 p.m. Adult admission (ages 15+) is $15, Students 9-14 are $10, and Kids 8 and under receive free admission.
Marshfield Motor Speedway is located at 10853 County Rd HH in Marshfield. For more information visit www.marshfieldspeedway.com
The Unified Northern Drivers Racing Association (TUNDRA) Super Late Model Series was formed in 2011 as the Alive For Five Super Late Model Series at Dells Raceway Park. TUNDRA’s business plan is based on a sustainable program for promoters and race teams alike, while still providing high-quality Super Late Model entertainment to fans.
For more information on TUNDRA including the 2016 schedule, news, results and the point standings, archived results and standings, and more visit www.tundrasuperlates.com. Also, interact with us on Facebook (facebook.com/TundraSuperLateModels) or Twitter (@TUNDRAslms).
-TUNDRA Press Release
-Photo credit: Travis Kvapil