11:16
We will see you Saturday for day two of the Larry Detjens Memorial. This is Kevin Ramsell, good night from State Park Speedway.
11:16
Special thanks to Al-Kul Performance Radiators for being this weekend’s sponsor of the Wisconsin Grand Slam Weekend.
11:15
We are going to close out our coverage of night one of the 33rd Annual Larry Detjens Memorial. Congratulations again to Casey Johnson for winning the Big 8 Series event and to Andy Jones for winning the Midwest Truck Tour race.
11:12
Comment From Picker 

Nice job on your first big 8 series race kirberger

11:12
Big 8 Series
Larry Detjens Memorial 58
Unofficial Results
1. Casey Johnson, Edgerton, Wis
2. Dale Nottestad, Cambridge, Wis
3. Jesse Bernhagen, Markesan, Wis
4. Tim Sargent, South Beloit
5. Rich Schumann, Jr., Portage, Wis
6. Dan Lensing, Poplar Grove
7. Danny Church, Delavan, Wis
8. Brent Edmunds, Monticello, Wis
9. Jacob Finney, Sycamore
10. Jimmy Ganski, Rosholt, Wis
11. Mike Ehde, Prairie du Chien, Wis
12. Kyle Kirberger, Ramsey, Minn.
13. Wayne Mackesy, Athens, Wis
14. Ryan Farrell, Big Bend, Wis
15. Dave Edwards, Salem, Wis
16. Steve Dobbratz, Rio, Wis
17. Lyle Nowak, Wausau, Wis
18. Jon Reynolds, Jr., Rockford
19. Austin Nason, Roscoe
20. J. Herbst, LaCrosse, Wis
21. John DeAngelis, Jr, Hubertus, Wis
22. Jeff Spatz, Weston, Wis
23. Neil Knoblock, Wausau, Wis
24. Mike Lichtfeld, Portage, Wis
11:05
While we are waiting for the final results, here is the schedule for tomorrow here at State Park Speedway for the Larry Detjens Memorial.
9:00am-12:00pm Breakfast and Drinks in the Speedway Bar and Inaugural Volleyball Tournament

1:00 Pit Gate Opens
2:00-2:30pm SLM Practice
2:30-4:45 Rotating Practice
5:00pm Qualifying
5:45 Opening Ceremonies
6:00 Racing Begins
Bandolero Heats
Mini Mod Heats
Pure Stock Heats
Limited Late Model Heats
Detjens 150 Heats/Qualifiers
Bandolero 15 lap feature
Mini Mod 25 lap feature
Pure Stock 25 lap feature
Limited Late Model 20 lap feature
Newsline Nine Detjens Memorial 150
10min break at lap 100

11:04
Comment From Gary 

Speed 51 Is the best thing to happen to Short Track racing for those who can’t make the race. Thanks again for coverage On a big race.

11:04
Glad we are able to help make your night go faster. Hope you don’t get into trouble.
11:03
Comment From goob21 

want to say thanks for the great coverage too! It makes being at work alot of fun

11:01
Thanks for hanging with us…just waiting for us to get a copy of the results.
11:01
Comment From goob21 

way to go casey!!!!! good luck at madison on sunday kid!

10:57
10:57
Appreciate the compliments…thank you. Just waiting for the rundown from the Big 8 Series officials.
10:56
Comment From james swan and KATIE 

Love being able to “watch” races on here that we cannot make it to!

10:56
Comment From Scott#14 

Congratulations to the Cambridge Mafia..P1 and P2! Nice job on the coveragespeed51.com It was awesome!

10:54
Comment From wsb

This is the most awesome thing!!!!

10:54
We will get a full field rundown.
10:54
Top three (Speed51.com Photo)
10:53
Comment From AirWolf

Nice job Jesse!

10:53
Comment From Lenny

Congrats to Johnson on the win,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

10:53
Comment From 2

You guys do a great job. It is actually exciting to watch the updates come across.

10:52
(Speed51.com Photo)
10:52
(Speed51.com Photo)
10:49
We are going trackside.
10:49
CHECKERED: Casey Johnson goes back to back in Big 8. Nottestad is second with Bernhagen in third. Sargent is fourth with Schumann in fifth.
10:48
WHITE for Johnson.
10:48
Two to go for Johnson. Nottestad holding second.
10:48
Three to go for Casey Johnson. Bernhagen is on Nottestad’s bumper.
10:47
Four to go: Berhagen is trying to catch Nottestad.
10:47
Five to go for Casey Johnson.
10:47
Lap 52: No challenge among the top five. Lensing trying to hold off Dan Church for sixth.
10:46
Lap 50: Johnson is looking for back to back wins in the Big 8 Series.
10:46
Lap 48: Ten to go for Johnson. Nottestad, Bernhagen, Sargent and Schumann.
10:46
Lap 46: Sargent on the inside of Schumann for fourth. Gets the spot. Sargent started 20th.
10:45
Lap 45: Sargent goes to fifth.
10:45
Lap 43: Bernhagen gets third. Schumann gets around Lensing and Sargent wants to as well.
10:44
Lap 41: Johnson has a big lead with Nottestad in second. Battle for third between Lensing and Bernhagen.
10:44
Lap 40:Nottestad gets on the inside of Lensing and takes the spot. Bernhagen tries to follow.
10:43
Lap 38: Schumann is fifth with Sargent in sixth.
10:43
Lap 36: Johnson leads with Lensing in second and Nottestad in third.
10:42
GREEN: Nottestad goes to the outside and takes over third from Bernhagen.
10:42
24 laps to go. Johnson will lead the field back to green.
10:42
One to go at the line.
10:41
Field is set, cone is coming out.
10:40
Jesse Bernhagen started tenth and is up to third. He already has a feature win at State Park Speedway. Last month he won the Limited Late Model feature during the Flip Merwin Memorial.
10:38
Heavy rear end damage on Herbsf (Speed51.com Photo)
10:38
There is 24 laps to go in this 58-lap race.

Johnson
Lensing
Bernhagen
Schumann
Nottestad
Church
Sargent
Edmunds
Reynolds
Kirberger
Finney
Ehde
Nowak
Ganski
Mackesy
Edwards
Nason
Dobratz
Farrell

10:35
Herbst is alright, but it appears he is done for the night.
10:35
Safety crew comes to Herbst (Speed51.com Photo)
10:34
CAUTION Lap 34: Herbst and Lensing make contact going into turn three. Herbst goes for a spin into the outside wall. Takes DeAngelis with him.
10:32
GREEN: Johnson gets a good jump while Lensing and Herbst battle for second.
10:32
Going back to green.
10:31
Field is doubled up. Going to green in a lap or two.
10:31
Johnson, Lensing, Herbst, DeAngelis, Schumann are your top five.
10:29
Comment From jerry Eckhart 

Good luck to 7 deangelos

10:29
Comment From ross schuppel 

Good luck johnny deangelis, I got my shirt on for you

10:29
Caution flies for the third time.
10:29
Lap 33: Austin Nason goes around on the backstretch.
10:29
Lap 32: Herbst sees an opening, tries to get his nose in but Lensing shuts the door in one.
10:28
Lap 30: Herbst trying to get to the inside of Lensing for second.
10:28
Lap 28: Johnson, Lensing, Herbst, DeAngelis, Schumann, Nottestad,Bernhagen, Church, Edmunds
10:27
Lap 26: Johnson starts to pull away from Lensing. Herbst is third.
10:27
Lap 24: Johnson gets on the inside of Lensing and takes over the lead.
10:26
Lap 22: Schumann gets loose in turn four and falls back to fourth.
10:26
Lap 20: Lensing, Johnson, Herbst, DeAngelis, Schumann. Schumann is battling DeAnglis for fourth.
10:25
GREEN: Lensing gets the lead but Johnson is on his bumper this time.
10:25
Comment From karl prunty 

Good luck lyle

10:24
Field is doubled up.
10:23
Lensing leads with Johnson in second and Herbst in third. DeAngelis is fourth with Edmunds in fifth.
10:21
CAUTION LAP 19: Spatz comes to a stop on the frontstretch.
10:20
Lap 18: Lensing gets a five car length lead. Johnson breaks away to chase him down.
10:20
GREEN: Lensing leads with Johnson getting second over DeAngelis.
10:19
One to go at the line. Lensing out front with Johnson and DeAngelis behind him.
10:18
16 complete:

Lensing
Johnson
DeAngelis
Herbst
Edmunds
Nottestad
Schumann
Bernhagen
Farrell
Church
Kirberger
Nowak
Ehde
Reynolds
Finney
Sargent
Dobratz
Spatz
Mackesy
Nason
Ganske
Edwards

Knoblock and Lichtfield are off.

10:16
Comment From #5 Fan 

Lets go kid!

10:16
Caution Lap 17: Dave Edwards spins in turn two.
10:15
Lap 16: Edmunds is fifth with Nottestad in sixth.
10:15
lap 15: Herbst joins the battle. Four cars nose to tail for the lead.
10:15
Lap 14: Johnson is looking for a lane.
10:14
Lap 12: Johnson is all over Lensing’s bumper. Tight battle for the lead.
10:14
Lap 10: Lensing leads but Johnson is catching him. DeAngelis is third with Herbst, Edmunds, Farrell behind.
10:13
Lap 9: Johnson goes to the inside of DeAngelis out of turn two and goes to second.
10:13
Lap 8: Herbst has fourth with Edmunds in fifth. Schumann trying tog get around Farrell for sixth.
10:12
Lap 6: Lensing, DeAngelis and Johnson breakaway from the field. Lichtfield is off.
10:12
Lap 3: Lensing leads with DeAngelis in second. Johnson in third. Edmunds in fourth and Herbst in fifth.
10:11
GREEN: Lensing get s the lead with DeAngelis right behind. Lichtfield is off the pace in the back.
10:11
One to go at the line.
10:10
Field got a few laps to warm up the Hoosiers. Scoring is checking over the lineup. We should see one to go at the line.
10:08
Field waves to the fans. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:07
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10:06
Big 8 Series
Larry Detjens Memorial 58
Starting Lineup

1. 19 – Dan Lensing
2. 87 – Brent Edmunds
3. 7 – John DeAngelis Jr.
4. 82 – J Herbst
5. 5 – Casey Johnson
6. 44 – Mike Lichtfield
7. 89 – Ryan Farrell
8. 51 – Dale Nottestad
9. 55 – Rich Schumann Jr.
10. 28 – Jesse Bernhagen
11. 47 – Jeff Spatz
12. 70 – Neil Knoblock
13. 39 – Dan Church
14. X – Jon Reynolds Jr.
15. 2 – Kyle Kirberger
16. 18 – Mike Ehde
17. 36 – Lyle Nowak
18. 14 – Austin Nason
19. 28 – Ryan Finney
20. 2 – Tim Sargent
21. 2 – Jimmy Ganski
22. 5 – Dave Edwards
23. 52 – Steve Dobratz
24. 93 – Wayne Mackesy

10:06
The Big 8 Series cars are out for their main event.
10:06
Andy Jones is the son of former ASA National Series competitor Tom Jones, who was known as the “Zero Hero.”
10:03
Top three in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:02
Comment From Aunty Sue 

Great job Natalie! !!

10:01
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Jones on the win

10:01
Jones, Jerry Wood, Natalie Decker, James, John Wood, Murphy, Van Wazer, Oertel, Corvo is your unofficial finish.
10:00
CHECKERED: Jones wins. Murphy gets into Van Wazer on the last lap, both spin and hit the wall. Van Wazer has heavy right front damage. Some damage on Muprhy.
9:59
WHITE for Andy Jones.
9:59
Lap 46: Murphy crosses over. The two touch, Decker saves but is back to fifth.
9:58
Lap 45: Decker goes inside Murphy and goes to second.
9:58
Five to go.
9:58
Lap 42: Jones and Murphy touch in three and four. Jones gets the lead. Decker challenging Murphy for second.
9:57
Lap 41: Wish you could see this great battle. Neither Jones nor Murphy is giving an inch.
9:57
Lap 40: Still side by side. Jones has the edge at the line.
9:57
Lap 37: Great side by side racing for the lead with Jones and Murphy. Decker is waiting to see how this will sort out.
9:56
Lap 36: Murphy on the outside with Jones on the inside. Decker is in the battle.
9:56
Lap 34: Decker goes to third. Jones and Murphy body slam each other in three and four. Decker is there to challenge.
9:55
GREEN: Murphy and Jones battle for the lead. Decker challenging Van Wazer for third.
9:54
Jones and Murphy will lead the field to the green.
9:54
Field is doubled up with one to go.
9:54
Comment From Aunty Sue 

Na na Natalie!!!

9:53
Comment From AirWolf 

Better not count out The Schumannater. He is about due for another win.

9:53
Comment From Tiffany O 

Go Neil Knoblock!!!!

9:53
Comment From Brent 

Cambridge, WI has tuned in to watch the Clifcorn Motorsports #51 Chevy drive to the point.

9:53
Comment From Dani and Allison 

Let’s go cam!!

9:53
Lap 31: Caution comes out on the track for debris.
9:52
Lap 28: Murphy is slowly closing in to a truck length on Jones.
9:51
Lap 27: Oertel goes a lap down.
9:51
Lap 25: Jones extends his led to three truck lengths.
9:51
Lap 23: Jones, Murphy, Van Wazer, Decker, Jerry Wood, James, John Wood, Oertel.
9:50
Lap 21: Corvo pulls off the track.
9:50
Lap 20: Jones has about a two truck length lead over Murphy.
9:49
Lap 17: Jerry Wood catches up to Decker and will challenge for fourth.
9:49
Lap 15: Jones leads with Murphy in second. Van Wazer in third.
9:48
Lap 11: Jones leads while Murphy has the edge over Van Wazer. Decker, Jerry Wood, James, John Wood, Oertel, Corvo.
9:48
Lap 9: Jones leads while Van Wazer is challenged by Murphy for second. Decker is fourth with Jerry Wood up to fifth.
9:47
Lap 8: Jones goes to the inside of Van Wazer and leads at the line.
9:47
Lap 6: Jones all over Van Wazer’s tailgate for the lead.
9:46
GREEN is back out. Van Wazer gets the lead over Oertel. Jones goes by Oertel for second.
9:45
The Wood Brothers will go to the rear. One to go at the line.
9:43
Lap 3: Caution: John Wood spins and Jerry spins to avoid.
9:43
Lap 2: Van Wazer leads with Oertel in second.
9:42
GREEN FLAG: Jacob Van Wazer gets the lead over Oertel.
9:39
Comment From brit 

go get em dale and casey

9:39
Comment From Troy Shear 

Mark – 10-4. I expect cars to get pretty loose up off the corner shortly into the race. 😉

9:39
Comment From KKR 

Lets go Kyle Kirberger #2 from MN!!

9:39
Midwest Truck Tour
Feature
50 Laps
1. 2 – Justin Oertel
2. 88 – Jacob Van Wazer
3. 30 – Joshua James
4. 72 – John Wood
5. 3 – Natalie Decker
6. 11 – Andy Jones
7. 85 – Camden Murphy
8. 73 – Jerry Wood
9. 26 – Mike Corvo
9:36
Comment From Guest 

Good luck Casey n dale

9:36
Comment From Air Wolf 

Tough competition as always in The Big 8 series!

9:36
Comment From Troy Shear 

Go Lyle Nowak!

9:36
Comment From Mark50 

Haha good point Mr. Shear

9:36
Comment From Scott #14 

Let’s go Dale Nottestad #51 from Scott and Jake in Stoughton, WI.

9:33
John Lietz wins the Mini Mod feature.
9:32
Comment From Aunty Sue 

Gooooooooo Nats and Big Red! !!

9:32
Comment From #5 Fan 

Lets go Casey Johnson!

9:32
Comment From crewcheif89 

Good luck Ryan Farrell and Dan Church. ..wish i could be there

9:32
Comment From james swan and KATIE 

And 36!

9:32
Comment From james swan and KATIE 

Good luck to my friends….39, 89, 2s, 5e!

9:32
Comment From Troy S 

Mark – on the one track that you don’t necessarily need extra motor! Bite is at a premium at SPS! 😉

9:27
Comment From Mark50 

Nice and cool tonight, motors should be making a little more power than normal!

9:27
The Mini Mod feature has about seven laps to go. John Lietz is leading Adam Eckes.
9:24
Comment From Air Wolf 

A win tonight would be Epic. Good luck Jessie!

9:18
Dillon Mackesy won the Mini Stock feature.
9:02
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9:01
Big 8 Series
Larry Detjens Memorial 58
Starting Lineup

1. 19 – Dan Lensing
2. 87 – Brent Edmunds
3. 7 – John DeAngelis Jr.
4. 82 – J Herbst
5. 5 – Casey Johnson
6. 44 – Mike Lichtfield
7. 89 – Ryan Farrell
8. 51 – Dale Nottestad
9. 55 – Rich Schumann Jr.
10. 28 – Jesse Bernhagen
11. 47 – Jeff Spatz
12. 70 – Neil Knoblock
13. 39 – Dan Church
14. X – Jon Reynolds Jr.
15. 2 – Kyle Kirberger
16. 18 – Mike Ehde
17. 36 – Lyle Nowak
18. 14 – Austin Nason
19. 28 – Ryan Finney
20. 2 – Tim Sargent
21. 2 – Jimmy Ganski
22. 5 – Dave Edwards
23. 52 – Steve Dobratz
24. 93 – Wayne Mackesy

8:55
Steve Dobratz and Wayne Mackesy will get the provisionals.
8:53
They are taking a brief intermission before we go feature racing.
8:50
Get ready for an exciting night as one of the top Super Late Model series will share the stage with the most popular and talked shows on cable television today. The ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS will be in action with a 125-lap main event. Plus there will also be an appearance by Willie and Korie Robertson and more from the A&E hit Duck Dynasty. For more information, please visitwww.berlinraceway.com.
8:50
CHECKERED: Finney wins with Ganski in second and Sarge in third. Edwards is fourth. They will go to the 58-lap feature
8:49
WHITE: Finney gets the lead and while Ganski battles with Sargent
8:49
Lap 8: Ganski and Finney are putting on a show showiing the fans there is two grooves at SPS.
8:48
Lap 6: Ganski still has the advantage on the outside of Finney. Sargent in third with Edwards in fourth.
8:48
Lap 5: Ganski on the outside with Finney on the inside. Ganski has the edge at the line.
8:47
Lap 4: Sargent trying to join the battle for the lead. Still side by side up front.
8:47
Lap 3: Ganski has an edge at the line but he is still battling Finney for the top spot.
8:47
Lap 2: Finney and Ganski still battle for the top spot. Sargent to third with Edwards in fourth.
8:46
GREEN: Finney and Ganski battle for the lead.
8:46
Field gets one to go
8:45
They will have some provisionals as well.
8:45
It will be a 24-car field for the 58-lap main event.
8:45
12 laps – Top 4 advance
8:44
Big 8 Series
Last Chance Lineup

1. 28 – Jake Finney
2. 2 – Jimmy Ganski
3. 2 – Tim Sargent
4. 5 – Dave Edwards
5. 07 – Cory Kemkes
6. 93 – Wayne Mackesy
7. 17 – Eric Connell
8. 87 – Jay Foster
9. 16 – Luke Westenberg
10. 39 – Todd Handrick
11. 28 – Bobby Wilberg
12. 84 – Jake Vanoskey
13. 04 – Natalie Decker

8:40
Big 8 Last Chance is next.
8:40
CHECKERED: John Wood, Jones, James, Murphy, Decker.
8:40
WHITE: John Wood leads with Jones chasing him down.
8:39
Lap 6: Murphy trying to challenge James for third.
8:39
Lap 5: Jones goes by James on the inside for second off of turn two.
8:39
Lap 3: John Wood leads with James in second and Jones in third. Murphy than Decker.
8:38
GREEN: John Wood gets the lead over James.
8:35
Second Heat Lineup

1. 30 – Joshua James
2. 72 – John Wood
3. 3 – Natalie Decker
4. 11 – Andy Jones
5. 85 – Camden Murphy

8:35
CHECKERED: Jerry Wood, Van Wazer, Corvo, Oertel.
8:34
WHITE: Jerry Wood has a comfortable lead.
8:34
Lap 6: Wood, Van Wazer, Oertel, Corvo. Corvo got loose in two and fell back.
8:34
Lap 4: Wood, Corvo, Van Wazer, Oertel
8:33
Lap 2: Jerry Wood goes by Oertel. Corvo gets loose in three and four. Jerry Wood goes to the lead. Van Wazer is fourth.
8:33
GREEN: Corvo gets the lead over Oertel.
8:32
One go to at the line. We will try our best to give a full field rundown.
8:31
Heat #1 Lineup

1. 26 – Mike Corvo
2. 2 – Justin Oertel
3. 73 – Jerry Wood
4. 88 – Jacob Van Wazer

8:30
Midwest Truck Tour is up next. They will have two heats.
8:30
The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
8:29
Adam Eckes wins the third Mini Mod heat.
8:25
George Sparkman nips John Lietz at the line to win the second Mini Mod heat.
8:23
Comment From Doris 

Way to go Mariah Gajewski. So proud of you!

8:22
Comment From mark50 

Thanks

8:22
It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Last year, Erik Jones made a bold outside pass on Kyle Busch to win his first Derby. It will be a who’s who of Late Model stars from all across North America. Make your plans now to be a part of this incredible event. For more information, visit www.snowballderby.com.
8:22
8:21
Big 8 brings their own tech, race director and scorer.
8:21
Comment From mark50 

Are the Big 8s teched at each track? Do they have their own tech people?

8:21
Gary Garand wins the first Mini Mod heat.
8:14
Mariah Gajewski wins the Mini Stocks heat.
8:10
The 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup weekend provides three great days of racing action on the popular half-mile oval in central Florida on October 24-26. The Governor’s Cup 200 on Saturday, October 26. Thursday, October 24 will highlight Sportsman, Super Stocks, Pro-Trucks,and Strictly Stocks. Friday, October 25 will include the Pro Late Models 100, Mini-Stocks 50 and E-Modifieds 50. Find out more by visiting www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org.
8:10
Mini Stock heat is up next.
8:10
They will make up the outside first four rows.
8:09
CHECKERED: Edmunds gets the win with Herbst in second. Litchfield is third and Nottestad gets fourth.
8:09
WHITE: Edmunds leads Herbst,
8:08
Lap 6: Edmunds leads with Herbst on his bumper.
8:08
Lap 4: Herbst goes to second after he and Reynolds make contact in turns one and two.
8:08
Lap 3: Edmunds gets the lead while Herbst and Reynolds battle for second.
8:07
Lap 2: Edmunds has the edge and will lead the first lap. Reynolds hangs on the outside. Herbst up to third.
8:07
GREEN: Reynolds and Edmunds battle for the top spot.
8:06
Fast Even Heat (8 Laps):

1. 87 – Brent Edmunds
2. X – Jon Reynolds Jr.
3. 82 – J Herbst
4. 44 – Mike Litchfield
5. 47 – Jeff Spatz
6. 51 – Dale Nottestad
7. 55 – Rich Schumann Jr.

8:04
Today’s coverage is part of Speed51.com’s coverage of the Wisconsin Grand Slam Weekend presented by Al-Kul Performance Radiators in Marshfield, WI. Al-Kul Performance Radiators makes hi-pressure race radiators, race radiators, custom hot rod radiators, trucks – street or off-road radiators and radiator system components. For more information, please visit www.al-kul.com or call 715-387-4002.
8:04
CHECKERED: Lensing wins. DeAngelis, Johnson and Farrell are your inside four rows. Knoblock, Bernhagen and Church rounds out the finish.
8:03
WHITE: Lensing, DeAngelis, Johnson, Farrell, Knoblock, Bernhagen
8:02
Lap 4: Lensing leads with DeAngelis in second. Johnson inside Farrell for third.
8:02
Lap 3: Dan Lensing makes a move to the inside and will challenge Farrell for the lead. Church is stuck on the outside. DeAngelis to third.
8:01
Lap 2: Church gets the lead over Farrell. Lensing goes inside of Farrell.
8:01
GREEN: Teammates battle for the lead.
8:01
One to go at the line
8:00
Fast Heat #1 (8 Laps):
1. 89 – Ryan Farrell
2. 39 – Dan Church
3. 19 – Dan Lensing
4. 70 – Neil Knoblock
5. 7 – John DeAngelis Jr.
6. 28 – Jesse Bernhagen
7. 5 – Casey Johnson
7:58
Fast Heats for the Big 8: Top four will make up the first four inside spots for the 58-lap feature.
7:58
Comment From Jim Swan 

So proud of Dan Church and Ryan Ferrell for locking into the feature tonight!

7:58
CHECKERED: Ehde and Nason go to the dance. Ganski, Edwards, Mackesy, Connell, Dobratz, Westenberg, Wilberg, and Peschek.
7:57
WHITE: Ehde and Nason hold the top two spots.
7:56
Lap 7: Eric Connell is firth with Dobratz, Westenberg, and Wilberg
7:56
Lap 5: Ehde, Nason, Ganski, Edwards, Macksey.
7:56
Lap 4: Edwards loses the momentum and goes backwards. Nason to second with Ganski in third. Edwards to fourth.
7:55
GREEN: Ehde gets the lead. Edwards has some momentum on the outside.
7:55
7 to go
7:55
One to go at the line. Ehde will be the leader. Nason and Edwards will start in the row behind Ehde.
7:54
Cone is out. Leader will start on the front row on their own. Rest of the field will double up behind them, and they get to choose which lane.
7:54
Comment From Aunty Sue 

Goooooo Nats! !!

7:53
Peschek goes to the pits.
7:53
Dobratz will go to the rear for his involvement.
7:53
Damage to Peschek’s car. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:52
Caution: It appeared that Steve Dobratz and Peschek get together in turn three. Peschek backs it into the turn three wall.
7:51
Lap 4: Ehde leads with Nason going to second and Edwards to third.
7:51
Lap 2: Ehde gets a slight edge, pulls away from Peschek down the backstretch to take the lead.
7:51
GREEN: Ehde and Pesheck battle for the lead.
7:50
One to go to green for the second 10-lap qualifier. Top two advance.
7:50
It is one of the crown jewel Super Late Model events in the country. The 42nd Annual Winchester 400 will take place on October 11-12-13 at the high-banked Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Some of the biggest Super Late Model stars from all across the U.S.A. will be “gunning” their way to victory lane. Advance ticket sale forms are available at www.winchesterspeedway.com.
7:49
Qualifying Heat #2

1. 18 – Mike Ehde
2. 66 – Adam Peschek
3. 14 – Austin Nason
4. 5 – Dave Edwards
5. 52 – Steve Dobratz
6. 2 – Jimmy Ganski
7. 93 – Wayne Mackesy
8. 17 – Eric Connell
9. 16 – Luke Westenberg
10. 28 – Bobby Wilberg

7:47
CHECKERED: Kirberger and Nowak advance. Finney was third with Sargent in fourth. Kemkes rounds out the top five.
7:46
WHITE: Kirberger leads Nowak.
7:46
Lap 8: Kirberger gets out of turn two as the new leader.
7:45
Lap 7: Side by side for the lead.
7:45
Lap 6: Kirberger goes to the inside of Nowak off of turn two.
7:45
Lap 4: Nowak and Kirberger sit in the transfer spots. Finney has third. Sargent is fourth. Sargent has some damage on his left side nose.
7:44
Lap 3: Kirberger gets second. Finney on the inside of Sargent for third.
7:44
Lap 2: Nowak leads while Sargent challenges Kirberger for second. Finney is there as well.
7:44
GREEN: Nowak gets the lead on the outside of Kirberger.
7:43
Green flag is waved off. Lyle Nowak got a good start, but Kirberger was not the first to cross the line.
7:41
One to go and we will be racing at SPS.
7:41
Casey Johnson won round one and Travis Sauter beat Johnson to win round two. Could round three see a third different winner? See the fastest Super Lates race around Wisconsin’s Fastest Half-Mile Oval on Sunday, July 28. Along with the Super Late Models, the Midwest Super Trucks and INEX Legends will be in action. Qualifying at 1:15pm with racing to follow. More information can be found atwww.madisoninternationalspeedway.com.
7:40
Field is out and getting a couple of laps to warm up the Hoosier racing tires. The Big 8 Series races on an 8″ treaded tire.
7:39
These are 10 laps. Top two go to the show.
7:38
Big 8 Qualifiers is up first

Qualifier #1
1. 2 – Kyle Kirberger
2. 36 – Lyle Nowak
3. 04 – Natalie Decker
4. 2 – Tim Sargent
5. 28 – Jake Finney
6. 07 – Cory Kemkes
7. 79 – Jeff Nowak
8. 23 – Casey Strese
9. 87 – Jay Foster
10. 39 – Todd Handrick
11. 84 – Jake Vanoskey

7:28
Tonight’s Schedule
7:30 Racing begins
Big 8 Qualifiers
Big 8 Heats
Mini Stock Heats
Mini Mod Heats
ARCAMT Truck Heats
Big 8 Last Chance
Intermission
Mini-Stock 15-lap feature
Mini-Mod 20-lap feature
ARCAMT Truck 50 lap feature
Big 8 58-lap feature
7:27
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will make the trek to Monroe, WA on Saturday, August 17 for the NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Evergreen Speedway. Derek Thorn, Michael Self, Cameron Hayley, Greg Pursley and the other stars of K&N Pro Series West will be competing on the popular 5/8-mile oval. Fans are also invited to the K&N Fanfest on Friday, August 16. For more information, please visitwww.evergreenspeedway.com.
7:27
Midwest Truck Tour
Qualifying Results

1. 85 – Camden Murphy 14.333
2. 11 – Andy Jones 14.335
3. 3 – Natalie Decker 14.375
4. 72 – John Wood 14.419
5. 88 – Jacob Van Wazer 14.529
6. 73 – Jerry Wood 14.532
7. 2 – Justin Oertel 14.925
8. 26 – Mike Corvo 15.008
9. 30 – Joshua James 15.199

7:25
85 – Camden Murphy
Lap 1: 14.478
Lap 2: 14.333
Best: 14.333
7:24
11 – Andy Jones
Lap 1: 14.623
Lap 2: 14.335
Best: 14.335
7:22
Mike Corvo
Lap 1: 15.008
Lap 2: Spins
Best: 15.008
7:21
88 – Jacob Van Wazer
Lap 1: 15.224
Lap 2: 14.529
Best: 14.529

Spun after he crossed the line. Is ok

7:20
72 – John Wood
Lap 1: 14.959
Lap 2: 14.419
Best: 14.419
7:20
3 – Natalie Decker
Lap 1: 14.585
Lap 2: 14.375
Best: 14.375
Fast Time
7:19
2 – Justin Oertel
Lap 1: 15.186
Lap 2: 14.925
Best: 14.925
7:19
73 – Jerry Wood
Lap 1: 15.232
Lap 2: 14.532
Best: 14.532
7:18
Midwest Truck Tour Qualifying

30 – Joshua James
Lap 1: 15.199
Lap 2: 14.470

7:17
Big 8 Series Qualifying Results
1 5 Casey Johnson 14.903
2 55 Rich Schumann Jr. 14.911
3 28 Jesse Bernhagen 14.922
4 51 Dale Nottestad 14.935
5 7 John DeAngelis Jr. 14.962
6 47 Jeff Spatz 14.994
7 70 Neil Knoblock 15.003
8 44 Mike Litchfield 15.031
9 19 Dan Lensing 15.061
10 82 J Herbst 15.065
11 39 Dan Church 15.073
12 X Jon Reynolds Jr. 15.101
13 89 Ryan Farrell 15.129
14 87 Brent Edmunds 15.145
15 2 Tim Sargent 15.160
16 5 Dave Edwards 15.163
17 14 Austin Nason 15.202
18 04 Natalie Decker 15.202
19 36 Lyle Nowak 15.205
20 66 Adam Peschek 15.206
21 2 Kyle Kirberger 15.230
22 18 Mike Ehde 15.239
23 28 Jake Finney 15.262
24 52 Steve Dobratz 15.271
25 07 Cory Kemkes 15.275
26 2 Jimmy Genski 15.277
27 79 Jeff Nowak 15.280
28 93 Wayne Mackesy 15.295
29 23 Casey Strese 15.299
30 17 Eric Connell 15.304
31 87 Jay Foster 15.308
32 16 Luke Westenberg 15.366
33 39 Todd Handrick 15.433
34 28 Bobby Wilberg 15.463
35 84 Jake Vanoskey 15.696
7:15
84 – Jake Vanoskey
Lap 1: 15.845
Lap 2: 15.696
Best: 15.696
7:15
82 – J Herbst
Lap 1: 15.065
Lap 2: 15.109
Best: 15.065
7:14
79 – Jeff Nowak
Lap 1: 15.813
Lap 2: 15.280
Best: 15.280
7:14
70 – Neil Knoblock
Lap 1: 15.279
Lap 2: 15.003
Best: 15.003
7:13
66 – Adam Peschek
Lap 1: 15.406
Lap 2: 15.206
Best: 15.206
7:12
55 – Rich Schumann Jr.
Lap 1: 15.057
Lap 2: 14.911
Best: 14.911
2nd quick
7:11
52 – Steve Dobratz
Lap 1: 15.340
Lap 2: 15.271
Best: 15.271
7:11
51 – Dale Nottestad
Lap 1: 15.003
Lap 2: 14.935
Best: 14.935
7:10
47 – Jeff Spatz
Lap 1: 15.243
Lap 2: 14.994
Best: 14.994

Spun as he crossed the line to the infield

7:09
44 – Mike Litchfield
15.246
15.031
7:08
39 – Dan Church
Lap 1: 15.288
Lap 2: 15.073
Best: 15.073
7:08
39 – Todd Handrick
Lap 1: 15.775
Lap 2: 15.433
Best: 15.433
7:07
36 – Lyle Nowak
Lap 1: 15.624
Lap 2: 15.205
Best: 15.205
7:06
28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1: 15.594
Lap 2: 15.463
Best: 15.463
7:06
28 – Jesse Bernhagen
Lap 1: 15.067
Lap 2: 14.922
Best: 14.922
Second Quick
7:05
28 – Jake Finney
Lap 1: 15.262
Lap 2: 15.267
Best: 15.262
7:04
23 – Casey Strese
15.391
15.299
7:04
19 – Dan Lensing
Lap 1: 15.062
Lap 2: 15.061
Best: 15.061
7:03
18 – Mike Ehde
Lap 1: 15.496
Lap 2: 15.239
Best: 15.239
7:02
17 – Eric Connell
Lap 1: 15.580
Lap 2: 15.304
Best: 15.304
7:02
16 – Luke Westenberg
Lap 1: 15.366
Lap 2: 15.390
Best: 15.366
7:01
14 – Austin Nason
Lap 1: 15.202
Lap 2: 15.265
Best: 15.202
7:00
X – Jon Reynolds Jr.
Lap 1: 15.303
Lap 2: 15.101
Best: 15.101
7:00
7 – John DeAngelis Jr.
Lap 1: 14.962
Lap 2: 14.975
Best: 14.962
6:59
07 – Cory Kemkes
Lap 1: 15.275
Lap 2: 15.358
Best: 15.275
6:58
5 – Casey Johnson
Lap 1: 15.081
Lap 2: 14.903
Best: 14.903
6:58
5 – Dave Edwards
Lap 1: 15.163
Lap 2: 15.276
Best: 15.163
6:57
04 – Natalie Decker
Lap 1: 15.283
Lap 2: 15.202
Best: 15.202
6:57
2 – Jimmy Ganski
Lap 1: 15.455
Lap 2: 15.277
Best: 15.277
6:56
2 – Tim Sargent
Lap 1: 15.164
Lap 2: 15.160
Best: 15.160
6:55
93 – Wayne Mackesy
Lap 1: 15.296
Lap 2: 15.295
Best: 15.295
6:55
89 – Ryan Farrell
Lap 1: 15.243
Lap 2: 15.129
Best: 15.129
6:54
2 – Kyle Kriberger
Lap 1: 15.320
Lap 2: 15.230
Best: 15.230
6:53
87 – Jay Foster
Lap 1: 15.325
Lap 2: 15.308
Best: 15.308
6:53
87 – Brent Edmunds
Lap 1: 15.198
Lap 2: 15.145
Best: 15.145
6:51
We are ready to go Big 8 Series qualifying.
6:51
The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association. More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400. Visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com‬‬ for more.
6:46
Big 8 Series qualifying is coming up. Top 14 will be locked into tonight’s 58-lap feature.
6:41
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6:40
Tomorrow will be day two of the 33rd Annual Larry Detjen’s Memorial. The Super Late Model 150-lap feature will highlight the night. Plus the Limited Late Models, Pure Stocks, Mini Mods and Bandoleros will be in action. Racing begins at 6:00pm. More information can be found at www.stateparkspeedway.com.
6:34
Mini Stocks and Mini Mods are out qualifying followed by the Big 8 Series and Midwest Truck Tour.
6:32
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6:30
Comment From Troy Shear, Jr. 

Thanks for the coverage, Speed51! – Good luck to Lyle Nowak in the Shear Racing, Sprecher Brewery, Ryan Manufacturing, Powersource Engines #36!

6:29
Midwest Truck Tour Drivers List

2 – Justin Oertel
3 – Natalie Decker
11 – Andy Jones
26 – Mike Corvo
30 – Joshua James
72 – John Wood
73 – Jerry Wood
85 – Camden Murphy
88 – Jacob Van Wazer

6:23
Comment From Gary 

Thanks for the coverage. Good luck to all the drivers.

6:17
Big 8 Series Drivers List for tonight

2 – Jimmy Ganski
2 – Kyle Kirberger
2 – Tim Sargent
5 – Casey Johnson
5 – Dave Edwards
7 – John DeAngelis Jr.
14 – Austin Nason
16 – Luke Westenberg
17 – Eric Connell
18 – Mike Ehde
19 – Dan Lensing
23 – Casey Strese
28 – Jesse Bernhagen
28 – Jake Finney
28 – Bobby Wilberg
36 – Lyle Nowak
39 – Dan Church
39 – Todd Handrick
44 – Mike Litchfield
47 – Jeff Spatz
51 – Dale Nottestad
52 – Steve Dobratz
55 – Rich Schumann Jr.
66 – Adam Peschek
70 – Neil Knoblock
79 – Jeff Nowak
82 – J Herbst
84 – Jake Vanoskey
87 – Brent Edmunds
87 – Jay Foster
89 – Ryan Farrell
93 – Wayne Mackesy
04 – Natalie Decker
07 – Cory Kemkes
X – Jon Reynolds Jr.

6:12
There are a total of 35 Big 8 Series Late Models here tonight.
6:11
Adam Peschek (Speed51.com Photo)
6:10
Dale Nottestad has won championships at Madison International Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:09
Casey Johnson on the last Big 8 Series race at the Milwaukee Mile. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:08
Big 8 Series will be out for a scuff session before practice ends at 6:20pm.
6:07
Tonight’s Schedule…
6:20 -Drivers Meeting All Divisions
6:30 Qualifying
7:15 Opening ceremonies
7:30 Racing begins
Big 8 Qualifiers
Big 8 Heats
Mini Stock Heats
Mini Mod Heats
ARCAMT Truck Heats
Big 8 Last Chance
Intermission
Mini-Stock 15-lap feature
Mini-Mod 20-lap feature
ARCAMT Truck 50 lap feature
Big 8 58-lap feature
After Races Party in Speedway Bar

6:00
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5:59
Midwest Truck Tour is out for their second practice session.
5:54
One of the most prestigious Super Late Model events in the country celebrates its 30th running in 2013. It’s the World Crown 300 at Jefferson, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park. The World Crown winners’ list reads like a who’s-who in short track racing and drivers from throughout the country will try to etch their name into World Crown history on August 10 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visitwww.racegmp.com
5:53
Mini Mods are back out on track.
5:48
Practice session has ended for the Big 8 Series. The Mini Stocks are out now.
5:46
Mike Ehde (18) and Eric Connell (17). (Speed51.com Photo)
5:45
28 – Bobby Wilberg is making is very appearance in practice.
5:44
Jay Foster (87) and Jimmy Ganski (2). (Speed51.com Photo)
5:43
Steve Dobratz (Speed51.com Photo)
5:37
The 87 -Jay Foster goes for a spin on the frontstretch. Was able to re-fire and continue practice.
5:33
John DeAngelis Jr. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:33
It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash! The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands. For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visitwww.kalamazoospeedway.com.
5:32
Luke Westenberg, Adam Peschek, Casey Johnson, Kyle Kirberger, Dale Nottestad, Dan Lensing, Todd Handrick, Jesse Bernhagen and John DeAngelis Jr are on track now.
5:26
Steve Dobratz, J Herbst, Dave Edwards, Jake Vanoskey, Tim Sargent, Jon Reynolds Jr., Mike Ehde, Eric Connell, Rich Schumann Jr, Jay Foster, and Jake Finney are on track now.
5:25
Practice has ended for the Midwest Truck Tour. The Big 8 Series will be heading back out for their next session.
5:22
Less than five minutes remaining in the Midwest Truck Tour practice. Camden Murphy, Joshua James and Jacob Van Wazer.
5:20
Jacob Van Wazer loops it in turn one. Avoids hitting the wall and gets it rolling.
5:14
2 – Justin Oertel also is out.
5:13
11 – Andy Jones and 26 – Mike Corvo also are out.
5:12
Natalie Decker getting some practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:10
73 – Jerry Wood joins the field.
5:09
The Mini Mods are done and the Midwest Truck Tour is out.

30 – Joshua James
3 – Natalie Decker
85 – Camden Murphy
72 – John Wood
88 – Jacob Van Wazer

are on track

5:08
J Herbst made the trek from LaCrosse. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:03
Comment From Brent 

I believe that Luke “The Duke” also works for the bus company. Cool sponsor either way.

5:03
Comment From Chris 

Good luck to Dave Edwards, he has a special pit crew member tonight Jeff”Deuce Nickel” Storm

5:03
The Mini Stocks have ended their practice and now the Mini Mods are out.
5:00
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4:58
Luke Westenberg is sponsored by a school bus company. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:57
Comment From Tom Ress 

Good luck Natalie, show those boys how to get it done!

4:57
Jesse Bernhagen won the Flip Merwin Limited Late Model race last month at SPS. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:57
Practice has ended for the Big 8 Series. The Mini Stocks are on track now.
4:55
Lyle Nowak is driving Kyle Shear’s car tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:55
Natalie Decker is doing double duty. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:53
Adam Peschek goes for a spin off of turn four. Gets it fired up and heads to the pits. No damage to the car.
4:46
Practice continues for the Big 8 Series as they are sending out about a dozen cars at at time.
4:39
Third group is out…

X – Jon Reynolds Jr.
14 – Austin Nason
36 – Lyle Nowak
70 – Neil Knoblock
5 – Dave Edwards
28 – Jesse Bernhagen
04 – Natalie Decker
23 – Casey Strese

4:34
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4:33
Next set of cars are on track…

2 – Tim Sargent
82 – J Herbst
84 – Jake Vanoskey
7 – John DeAngelis Jr.
52 – Steve Dobratz
17 – Eric Connell
19 – Dan Lensing
87 – Brent Edmunds
28 – Jake Finney
39 – Todd Handrick
87 – Jay Foster
2 – Kyle Kirberger

4:29
On track now…

16 – Luke Westenberg
44 – Mike Litchfield
18 – Mike Ehde
28 – Jesse Bernhagen
89 – Dan Church
5 – Casey Johnson
04 – Natalie Decker
51 – Dale Nottestad
2 – Jimmy Ganski
5 – Dave Edwards
66 – Adam Peschak

4:27
Big 8 Series cars are on track. There is no electronic timing/scoring at SPS.
4:26
Lenny…you are late! We were looking for you earlier. LOL
4:26
Comment From Lenny 

Go Natalie Decker

4:26
Gregg McKarns making sure all the teams have a schedule. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:25
Pits are busy. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:17
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4:09
BIG 8 LATE MODEL SERIES
Pre Entries (32 as of 7/24/13)
Larry Detjens Memorial ‘58’
State Park Speedway (Wausau, WI)

2- Jimmy Ganski Shantytown, WI
2- Kyle Kirberger Ramsey, MN
2- Shayne Poehnelt Spring Green, WI
2- Tim Sargent South Beloit, IL
5- Dave Edwards Salem, WI
5- Casey Johnson Edgerton, WI
7- John DeAngelis Jr. Hubertus, WI
7- Mike Lange West Allis, WI
9- Danny Church Williams Bay, WI
X- Jon Reynolds Jr. Rockford, IL
14- Austin Nason Roscoe, IL
17- Eric Connell Fort Atkinson, WI
18- Mike Ehde Prairie Du Chein, WI
19- Dan Lensing Poplar Grove, IL
23- Casey Strese Johnson Creek, WI
28- Jesse Bernhagen Stevens Point, WI
28- Jake Finney Sycamore, IL
28- Bobby Wilberg Beloit, WI
36- Lyle Nowak Wausau, WI
39- Todd Handrick Wausau, WI
44- Mike Litchfield Portage, WI
51- Dale Nottestad Cambridge, WI
52- Steve Dobbratz Rio, WI
54- Rich Schumann Jr. Portage, WI
66- Adam Peschek Oconomowoc, WI
70- Neil Knoblock Wausau, WI
71- John Ovadahl Jr. Watertown, WI
79- Jeff Nowak Weston, WI
82- J Herbst West Salem, WI
84- Jake Vanoskey Hartford, WI
87- Brent Edmunds Monticello, WI
87- Jay Foster De Kalb, IL

4:08
Today’s Schedule…

4:30-6:15 Rotating practice all divisions
6:20 -Drivers Meeting All Divisions
6:30 Qualifying
7:15 Opening ceremonies
7:30 Racing begins
Big 8 Qualifiers
Big 8 Heats
Mini Stock Heats
Mini Mod Heats
ARCAMT Truck Heats
Big 8 Last Chance
Intermission
Mini-Stock 15-lap feature
Mini-Mod 20-lap feature
ARCAMT Truck 50 lap feature
Big 8 58-lap feature
After Races Party in Speedway Bar

4:08
The pits are busy and it appears that the Big 8 Series has a strong car count for tonight.
4:06
The current weather is great at the moment. Partly sunny skies, temps in the low 70’s.
4:05
Is Lenny on yet?
4:05
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4:04
Good afternoon from State Park Speedway in Wausau, Wisconsin for the first of two nights of the 33rd Annual Larry Detjens Memorial. Tonight we will have action from the Big 8 Series, Midwest Truck Tour and local divisions.
4:03
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Trackside Now – Larry Detjens Memorial Weekend – State Park Speedway (WI) – 7/26/13