11:44
This is Kevin Ramsell, good night from State Park Speedway.
11:44
The final day of the Wisconsin Grand Slam Weekend will be tomorrow at Madison International Speedway for round three of the Triple Crown Series.
11:43
Also thanks to Al-Kul Performance Radiators for being tonight’s presenting sponsor.
11:42
This will close out our coverage tonight. Congratulations to Tim Sauter on winning his first Larry Detjens Memorial.
11:42
Larry Detjens Memorial 150
Unofficial Results

1. Tim Sauter
2. Mark Mackesy
3. Nathan Haseleu
4. Jeremy Lepak
5. Steve Holzhausen
6. Mark Eswein
7. Chris Weinkauf
8. Jason Weinkauf
9. Ryan Hinner
10. Brandon Selle
11. Neil Knoblock
12. Kirby Kurth
13. Mike Olson
14. Colin Reffner
15. Reagan May
16. Ben Pettis
17. Tom Lindquist
18. Jeremy Switlick
19. Tim Hintz
20. Chris Wimmer
21. MG Gajewski
22. Claire Decker
23. Kris Kelly
24. Cole Yach
25. Jesse Haase
26. Dan Lindsley
27. Wayne Breitenfeldt
28. Paige Decker

11:35
We are just waiting to get a copy of the full field rundown.
11:33
Top three Haseleu, Sauter, and Mackesy (Speed51.com Photo)
11:31
(Speed51.com Photo)
11:29
(Speed51.com Photo)
11:28
Comment From cliff

great job with the coverage

11:27
Tim Sauter wins his first Detjens. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:25
We are heading down to victory lane. We will also get a full rundown.
11:25
CHECKERED: Sauter wins his first Detjens Memorial. Mackesy second with Haseleu in third. Unofficially.
11:25
WHITE: Sauter
11:24
Two laps to go for Sauter.
11:24
Lap: 147: Haseleu inside of Lepak for third.
11:24
Lap 145: Mackesy holding on to second with Lepak in third and Haseleu in fourth then Holzhausen and Eswein.
11:23
Lap 144: Great battle for second between Mackesy, Lepak and Haseleu.
11:23
Lap 142: Sauter is gone from the rest of the field.
11:23
Lap 140: Sauter, Mackesy, Lepak, Haseleu, Holzhausen, Eswein, Chris Weinkauf.
11:22
Lap 138: Sauter has a huge lead as a result of Wimmer falling off the pace.
11:22
Lap 137: Wimmer goes to the pits.
11:22
GREEN: Sauter gets a good start. Wimmer is off the pace. Field is going by him.
11:21
One to go at the line.
11:20
Sauter
Wimmer
Mackesy
Haseleu
Lepak
Holzhausen
Chris Weinkauf
Knoblock

We believe are the only cars on the lead lap.

11:19
Scott Wimmer told officials that Chris is fine and he will keep going.
11:17
Wimmer got into Reffner and has front end damage. He is still rolling.
11:15
CAUTION Lap 136: Reffner spins on his own in turns one and two.
11:15
Lap 134: Reffner is hold up Sauter, this allows Wimmer to catch up to him.
11:14
Lap 132: Reffner is fighting Sauter to go a lap down.
11:13
Lap 130: 20 laps to go for Tim Sauter. He is trying to put Colin Reffner a lap down.
11:13
Lap 128: Sauter opens up to a big lead over Wimmer. Almost a straightaway lead.
11:12
Lap 127: Mackesy appeared to get loose in turn four, recovers but loses ground to the top two.
11:12
Lap 126: Lepak holds on to the position for now.
11:11
Lap 125: Sauter, Wimmer, Mackesy. Lepak and Haseleu are side by side for fourth.
11:11
Lap 121: Sauter puts Jason Weinkauf a lap down.
11:10
Lap 118: Lepak is still fourth with Haseleu right on his bumper.
11:10
Lap 115: Sauter has about a two-car length lead on on Wimmer. Mackesy is staying within range of the leaders.
11:09
Lap 113: Sauter, Wimmer, Mackesy, Lepak, Haseleu, Holzhausen
11:09
Lap 112: Sauter puts Kurth a lap down.
11:09
Lap 110: Hinner goes a lap down. Sauter, Wimmer, Mackesy, Lepak, Haseleu.
11:08
Lap 108: Sauter coming up on Hinner to put him a lap down.
11:08
Lap 105: Wimmer tries to get on the inside of Sauter in one and two, but Sauter shuts the door.
11:07
Lap 103: Sauter gets the inside of Wimmer in one and two. New Leader going into three. Tim Sauter is tonight’s third leader.
11:07
Lap 102: Sauter is within a car length of Wimmer as they pass lap traffic.
11:06
Lap 100: 50 laps to go for Chris Wimmer. Sauter is right behind him.
11:06
Lap 97: Wimmer, Sauter, Mackesy, Lepak, Haseleu, Knoblock, Chris Weinkauf, Holzhausen, Selle, Reffner, Eswein, Jason Weinkauf, Kurth, Hinner, Olson
11:05
Lap 96: Claire Decker is off the track.
11:05
Lap 95: Wimmer puts Gajewski a lap down.
11:04
Lap 91: Leader is in heavy lap traffic. Snakes through them with Sauter and Mackesy following. Kris Kelly pulls off the track.
11:04
Lap 89: Lepak goes to the outside of Haseleu to battle for fourth.
11:03
Lap 86: Wimmer, Sauter, Mackesy, Haseleu, Lepak, Knobloch, Chris Weinkauf, Holzhausen, Selle, Eswein, Reffner
11:02
Lap 84: Haseleu is on the move. He gets the inside of Knobloch and goes to fourth.
11:02
Lap 81: Haseleu on the inside of Chris Weinkauf and moves to fifth. Lepak is trying to follow. Lepak started 19th.
11:01
Lap 79: Haseleu is up to sixth with Lepak behind him. Lepak could be tonight’s hard charger.
11:01
Lap 77: Sauter goes to second. Mackesy is back to third with Knoblock in fourth and Chris Weinkauf in fifth.
11:00
GREEN IS BACK OUT: Wimmer gets a good jump off of two. Sauter challenges Mackesy for second.
10:59
75 laps are down, 75 to go in the 33rd Annual Larry Detjens Memorial
10:57
Comment From Cindy 

Go Kris Kelly! Get a top 10 finish!!

10:56
Everyone made the show, but Lindsley has already pulled off the track.
10:56
Comment From Roger 

Did the 79 car make the show

10:55
Engines have re-fired.
10:54
Time has expired. Crews are leaving their cars and returning to the pits.
10:54
Less than a minute to go, drivers are strapping in.
10:53
Chris Wimmer won the Detjens Memorial in 2000. Mark Mackesy is a three-time winner (2012, 2006, 1999). Tim Sauter has not won it yet, neither has Neil Knoblock. Chris Weinkauf is also a three-time winner (2011, 2010, 2003).
10:52
Comment From sandy and kallee 

Go Wimmer, Go Wimmer, Go!!!!

10:46
Comment From Tiffany O 

Good luck Lepak, Holzhausen, Knoblock, and Mackesy!!!

10:46
Crews work on their cars. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:43
Rundown at the break…

Wimmer
Mackesy
Sauter
Chris Weinkauf
Holzhausen
Haseleu
Lepak
Selle
Eswein
Reffner
Jason Weinkauf
Hinner
Gajewski
Olson
Kurth
Pettis
Kelly
Lindquist
May
Hintz
Claire Decker
Switlick

10:42
Lap 75: Wimmer will lead at the break with Mackesy in second.Sauter in third. Knoblock than Chris Weinkauf.
10:41
Lap 74: One to go to the break.
10:41
Lap 73: Yach pulls into the pits. Wimmer gets a car length lead.
10:41
Lap 71: Wimmer continues to lead with Mackesy on his bumper.
10:40
Five to go until the break.
10:40
Lap 69: Wimmer and Mackesy pull away from Sauter. Knoblock is still fourth with Chris Weinkauf in fifth.
10:39
Lap 65: Mackesy wants the lead back. He is all over the bumper of Wimmer.
10:39
Lap 63: Wimmer continues to lead but Mackesy won’t let him go.
10:38
Lap 61: Holzhausen gets sixth over Selle. Eswein is seventh followed by Haseleu.
10:38
Lap 60: Haase is slow and pulls into the pits.
10:38
Lap 58: Top five are single file. Holzhausen battles with Selle for sixth.
10:37
Lap 56: Wimmer goes to the lead. Mackesy in second with Sauter in third. Knoblock then Chris Weinkauf.
10:37
Lap 55: Sauter goes to third.
10:37
GREEN: Mackesy and Wimmer battle for the top spot.
10:36
One to go
10:36
Yach is the last car on the lead lap.
10:35
21 laps until the break.
10:35
Mackesy chooses the bottom with Wimmer choosing the top side. Typically Mackesy picks the high line.
10:34
Field will pick a lane next time by.
10:33
54 Lap complete
Mackesy
Wimmer
Knoblock
Sauter
Chris Weinkauf
Selle
Holzhausen
Reffner
Eswein
Jason Weinkauf
Haseleu
Lepak
Hinner
Gajewski
Kurth
Olson
Lead lap cars
10:30
CAUTION: Lap 55: Cole Yach spins in turn three and four. Almost in front of Mackesy.
10:29
Lap 54: Wimmer has cut down Mackesy’s lead in half.
10:29
Lap 52; Mackesy, Wimmer, Knoblock, Sauter, Chris Weinkauf
10:28
Lap 50: Mackesy puts Ben Pettis a lap down.Wimmer is chasing him down.
10:28
Lap 48: Mackesy has almost a straightaway lead over Wimmer.
10:27
Lap 45: Mackesy, Wimmer, Knoblock, Sauter, Chris Weinkauf, Selle, Holzhausen, Reffner, Eswein, Jason Weinkauf, Haseleu
10:27
Lap 43: That battle lasts just a lap, Wimmer flies by Knoblock and goes to second.
10:26
Lap 42: Wimmer has caught up to Knoblock. We will have a battle for second.
10:26
Lap 40: Mackesy, Knoblock, Wimmer, Chris Weinkauf, Sauter
10:26
Lap 37: Wimmer is trying to chase down Knoblock for second. Mackesy has a healthy lead.
10:25
Lap 35: Wimmer now goes to the inside of Chris Weinkauf and goes to third.
10:24
Lap 33: Wimmer is on the move, goes to the inside of Selle and goes to fourth.
10:24
Lap 28: There is a big spread between the top three of Mackesy, Knoblock and Chris Weinkauf.
10:23
Lap 25: Mackesy, Knoblock, Chris Weinkauf, Selle, Wimmer, Sauter, Holzhausen, Reffner, Jason Weinkauf, Eswein, Haseleu, Gajewski, Lepak.
10:22
Lap 24: Chris Weinkauf, Selle, and Sauter are nose to tail in third to fifth.
10:21
Lap 21: Mackesy puts Breitenfeldt and Lindsley a lap down.
10:21
Lap 19: Mackesy extends his lead to seven car lengths over Knoblock. Mackesy catches up to the rear of the field.
10:20
Lap 18: Sauter goes to fifth.
10:20
Lap 14: Mackesy opens up to a three-car length lead over Knoblock. Chris Weinkauf is in third with Selle in fourth. Sauter battling Holzhausen for fifth.
10:19
Lap 12: Tim Sauter is up to sixth while Reffner battles Wimmer for seventh.
10:19
Lap 10: Top five remains Mackesy, Knoblock, Chris Weinkauf, Selle, Holzhausen.
10:18
Lap 6: Mackesy has the lead to himself. Knoblock goes to second. Chris Weinkauf to third. Selle back to fourth.
10:17
Lap 4: Mackesy still has the edge on the outside. Selle, Knoblock, Chris Weinkauf, Holzhausen.
10:17
Lap 2: Mackesy likes the outside line and leads but Selle is still on the inside.
10:16
GREEN: Selle and Mackesy battle for the lead after lap one.
10:16
Pace car is off.
10:15
We will go 75 laps take a break and go for the final 75 laps.
10:15
Remember, they don’t use electronic timing/scoring, we will try our best to get you field rundown when we can.
10:14
Field is being slowed down and catch up to the pace car.
10:14
Larry Detjens Memorial is in honor of the late Larry Detjens who passed away from a racing accident in 1981. Scott & Chris Wimmer are nephews of the late driver. Larry’s daughter Margo is married to three-time Detjenss Memorial winner Mark Mackesy.

Larry Detjens Memorial

Mark Mackesy (2012, 2006, 1999)
Chris Weinkauf (2011, 2010, 2003)
Scott Wimmer (2002, 2001)
Donnie Woller (1997, 1994, 1991)
Wayne Breitenfeldt (1996, 1988)
Kirby Kurth (1995, 1992)
Tom Reffner (1987, 1984)
Dick Trickle (1985, 1982, 1981)
Eugene Gregorich Jr (2008, 2007)

One Time Winners
Allen Check (2005)
Charlie Menard (2004)
Chris Wimmer (2000)
Jesse Hasse (1998)
Joe Kryzkowski (1993)
Bryan Reffner (1990)
Wayne “Lodi” Lodholz (1989)
Kevin Cywinski (1986)
Kevin Stepan (1983)
Andrew Morrissey (2009)

*2007, 08, 09 Held at Golden Sands Speedway (Plover, WI)

10:14
Field is getting a few laps to warm up the Hoosier Tires
10:10
Larry Detjens Memorial 150
Starting Lineup

1. 98 – Brandon Selle
2. 12 – Mark Mackesy
3. 97 – Steve Holzhausen
4. 70 – Neil Knoblock
5. 23 – Chris Weinkauf
6. 99 – Tim Sauter
7. 87 – Colin Reffner
8. 87 – Nathan Haseleu
9. 76 – Jason Weinkauf
10. 71 – Mark Eswein
11. 52 – Chris Wimmer
12. 05 – Cole Yach
13. 64 – Mike Olson
14. 22 – MG Gajewski
15. 22 – Ben Pettis
16. 01 – Claire Decker
17. 23 – Ryan Hinner
18. 37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
19. 40 – Jeremy Lepak
20. 85 – Kirby Kurth
21. 33 – Reagan May
22. 77 – Kris Kelly
23. 7-11 – Tim Hintz
24. 52 – Tom Lindquist
25. 02 – Jesse Haase
26. 28 – Justin Switlick
27. 79 – Dan Lindsley
28. 03 – Paige Decker*

*Paige Decker elected to start at the rear

10:10
The field is waving to the crowd.
10:10
Comment From Kip 

Thanks Speed 51 !! Thanks to Al, Jane and Marc at Al-Kul Performance Radiators for sponsoring tonights Trackside Now !!!!!

10:09
This is Round Two of the Triple-X Challenge. Mark Mackesy won the Flip Merwin Memorial. If Mackesy wins tonight and the upcoming Lodi Memorial, he will take home a $16,000 bonus.
10:08
There will be a break after 75 laps. The field is about to roll out for the Larry Detjens Memorial 150.
10:07
Wayne Mackesy wins the Limited Late Model feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:01
Wayne Mackesy leads the Limited Late Model feature with eight laps to go.
9:59
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.
9:58
Larry Detjens Memorial is in honor of the late Larry Detjens who passed away from a racing accident in 1981. Scott & Chris Wimmer are nephews of the late driver. Larry’s daughter Margo is married to three-time Detjenss Memorial winner Mark Mackesy.

Larry Detjens Memorial

Mark Mackesy (2012, 2006, 1999)
Chris Weinkauf (2011, 2010, 2003)
Scott Wimmer (2002, 2001)
Donnie Woller (1997, 1994, 1991)
Wayne Breitenfeldt (1996, 1988)
Kirby Kurth (1995, 1992)
Tom Reffner (1987, 1984)
Dick Trickle (1985, 1982, 1981)
Eugene Gregorich Jr (2008, 2007)

One Time Winners
Allen Check (2005)
Charlie Menard (2004)
Chris Wimmer (2000)
Jesse Hasse (1998)
Joe Kryzkowski (1993)
Bryan Reffner (1990)
Wayne “Lodi” Lodholz (1989)
Kevin Cywinski (1986)
Kevin Stepan (1983)
Andrew Morrissey (2009)

*2007, 08, 09 Held at Golden Sands Speedway (Plover, WI)

9:56
Larry Detjens Memorial 150
Starting Lineup

1. 98 – Brandon Selle
2. 12 – Mark Mackesy
3. 97 – Steve Holzhausen
4. 70 – Neil Knoblock
5. 23 – Chris Weinkauf
6. 99 – Tim Sauter
7. 87 – Colin Reffner
8. 87 – Nathan Haseleu
9. 76 – Jason Weinkauf
10. 71 – Mark Eswein
11. 52 – Chris Wimmer
12. 05 – Cole Yach
13. 64 – Mike Olson
14. 22 – MG Gajewski
15. 22 – Ben Pettis
16. 01 – Claire Decker
17. 23 – Ryan Hinner
18. 37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
19. 40 – Jeremy Lepak
20. 85 – Kirby Kurth
21. 33 – Reagan May
22. 77 – Kris Kelly
23. 7-11 – Tim Hintz
24. 52 – Tom Lindquist
25. 02 – Jesse Haase
26. 28 – Justin Switlick
27. 79 – Dan Lindsley
28. 03 – Paige Decker*

*Paige Decker elected to start at the rear

9:50
Travis Volm celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:48
Travis Volm wins the Pure Stock feature.
9:46
Comment From Lenny 

Go Decker Sisters,my pick for the win is Tim Sauter

9:44
Gennett spins trying to avoid a lapped car. He goes to the rear of the field. Volm has the lead.
9:40
Comment From Marlita 

Goooooo Paige!

9:40
We are halfway through the Pure Stock feature. Karl Gennett leads Travis Volm in a tight battle.
9:38
Comment From Jim Swan 

I’m ready for some great feature racing on Speed51 here in South Carolina!

9:36
We have a lineup, but waiting for the official lineup from the officials to verifty before posting.
9:35
Al-Kul Performance Radiators, tonight’s Trackside Now Presenting Sponsor, just informed us that six of tonight’s top 12 qualifiers are racing with one of their radiators. Those include: Paige Decker, Brandon Selle, Neil Knoblock, Chris Weinkauf, Jason Weinkauf and Chris Wimmer. MG Gajewski, Cole Yach, Tim Hintz, and Claire Decker also have an Al-Kul radiator. www.al-kul.com.
9:32
This brought out a red flag.
9:30
Big wreck in the Pure Stock when Kyle Gennett was t-boned in turn one by Shane Cichon. Both drivers are alright.
9:25
Kurth wins with May, Kelly, Hintz, Lindquist, Haase, Lindsley and Switlick
9:23
White for Kurth
9:23
Lap 13: Kurth leads with may in second
9:23
Sorry lost our connection we are back.
9:20
One to go at the line.
9:18
GREEN: Hintz gets the edge over Haase off of two. Hintz and Haase touched coming off of four and Hintz spins. Caution is out.
9:17
Hintz gets the lead with…oh wait…officials didn’t like the start. We will try again.
9:16
One to go at the line.
9:16
Tires are warmed up, we will go 15 laps.
9:14
Heat # 2 will determine spots 21-28.

Starting Lineup
Heat #2

1. 7-11 – Tim Hintz
2. 02 – Jesse Haase
3. 85 – Kirby Kurth
4. 33 – Reagan May
5. 77 – Kris Kelly
6. 79 – Dan Lindsley
7. 52 – Tom Lindquist
8. 28 – Justin Switlick

9:13
CHECKERED: Yach, Olson, Gajewski, Pettis, Decker, Hinner, Breitenfeldt, Lepak.
9:12
WHITE: Cole Yach has a safe lead over Olson.
9:12
Lap 13: Hinner gets the spot.
9:12
Lap 11: Hinner on the inside of Breitenfeldt for sixth.
9:11
Lap 10: Yach has a seven car length lead over Olson. Gajewski trying to catch Olson.
9:11
Lap 7: Yach, Olson, Gajewski, Pettis, Decker, Breitenfeldt, Hinner, Lepak
9:11
Lap 5: Gajewski gets by Pettis for third.
9:10
Lap 3: Yach, Olson, Pettis, Gajewski, Decker, Breitenfeldt, Hinner, Lepak
9:10
Lap 2 of 15: Yach leads while Olson goes to the inside of Pettis for second.
9:09
GREEN: Yach got a good jump on Pettis to take the lead.
9:07
The first Super Late Model Qualifier is on track. Where you finish will determine positions 13-20 for the Detjens Memorial 150.

Starting Lineup

1. 05 – Cole Yach
2. 22 – Ben Pettis
3. 01 – Claire Decker
4. 64 – Mike Olson
5. 23 – Ryan Hinner
6. 22 – MG Gajewski
7. 37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
8. 40 – Jeremy Lepak

9:06
Justin Mondeik in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:05
Mondeik holds off Phil Malouf and Adam Eckes for the win.
9:03
They just announced that both are done for the night. Neither will get points and pay and suspended an additional week.
9:03
Kuehn and Conant go nose-to-nose. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:02
Mondeik is holding down lead. Behind him Joe Kuehn and Brad Conant get together out of turn four. Both spin, then they go nose to nose and start pushing each other. Conant is the current point leader in the Mini Mods.
8:59
Five laps to go in the Mini Mod feature. Justin Mondeik is leading a pack of cars.
8:57
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.
8:56
Paige Decker posted this on Facebook…”I came here not to race…. Just to shake the car down and make sure everything is ok. However I just qualified 8th and the car seems to be better than ever here…… This throws a slight curve ball into things.”
8:51
Here are the first six rows for the Larry Detjens Memorial 150. The rest will be determined with the upcoming qualifying races.

1. 03 – Paige Decker
2. 98 – Brandon Selle
3. 12 – Mark Mackesy
4. 97 – Steve Holzhausen
5. 70 – Neil Knoblock
6. 23 – Chris Weinkauf
7. 99 – Tim Sauter
8. 87 – Colin Reffner
9. 87 – Nathan Haseleu
10. 76 – Jason Weinkauf
11. 71 – Mark Eswein
12. 52 – Chris Wimmer

8:46
Comment From Andy Monday 

My pick is Holzhausen….Thanks for the coverage!

8:43
Comment From james swan and KATIE 

Thanks Speed51for another great event coverage!

8:41
The Mini Mod 25-lap feature is out now.
8:41
Super Late Model Qualifier Heat Lineups

1. 05 – Cole Yach
2. 22 – Ben Pettis
3. 01 – Claire Decker
4. 64 – Mike Olson
5. 23 – Ryan Hinner
6. 22 – MG Gajewski
7. 37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
8. 40 – Jeremy Lepak

Heat #2

1. 7-11 – Tim Hintz
2. 02 – Jesse Haase
3. 85 – Kirby Kurth
4. 33 – Reagan May
5. 77 – Kris Kelly
6. 79 – Dan Lindsley
7. 52 – Tom Lindquist
8. 28 – Justin Switlick

These are positioning heats to help set the lineup for the Detjens 150. The invert for the top-12 is eight for the main event. The top-12 will not race again until the feature.

8:37
Connor Laessig goes to victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:36
Connor Laessig holds off Derek Kraus to win the Bandolero Feature.
8:34
Three laps to go in the Bandolero feature. Connor Laessig is leading.
8:22
The top-12 in Super Late Model qualifying is locked into the 150-lap main event. The rest will be in qualifying positioning heats.
8:21
The Bandolero feature is out
8:21
Comment From AirWolf 

Colin Reffner is flying!

8:21
Comment From Jim Swan 

So are we! Thanks Speed51 for another great event!

8:21
The track record going into tonight is 13.336 set by Chris Wimmer.
8:20
Larry Detjens Memorial 150
Qualifying Results

1 87 Colin Reffner 13.470
2 99 Tim Sauter 13.570
3 23 Chris Weinkauf 13.656
4 70 Neil Knoblock 13.676
5 97 Steve Holzhausen 13.711
6 12 Mark Mackesy 13.735
7 98 Brandon Selle 13.738
8 03 Paige Decker 13.759
9 87 Nathan Haseleu 13.765
10 76 Jason Weinkauf 13.772
11 71 Mark Eswein 13.814
12 52 Chris Wimmer 13.866
13 05 Cole Yach 13.879
14 22 Ben Pettis 13.883
15 01 Claire Decker 13.889
16 64 Mike Olson 13.898
17 40 Jeremy Lepak 13.926
18 23 Ryan Hinner 13.972
19 22 MG Gajewski 14.002
20 37 Wayne Breitenfeldt 14.053
21 7-11 Tim Hintz 14.069
22 02 Jesse Haase 14.137
23 85 Kirby Kurth 14.147
24 33 Reagan May 14.154
25 77 Kris Kelly 14.184
26 79 Dan Lindsley 14.225
27 52 Tom LIndquist 14.348
28 28 Justin Switlick 14.568

8:18
64 – Mike Olson
Lap 1: 15.075
Lap 2: 14.244
Lap 3: 13.898
Best: 13.898
8:17
28 – Justin Switlick
Lap 1: 15.701
Lap 2: 14.568
Best: 14.568
only got two laps
8:16
12 – Mark Mackesy
Lap 1: 14.512
Lap 2: 14.050
Lap 3: 13.735
Best: 13.735
8:15
7-11 – Tim Hintz
Lap 1: 15.443
Lap 2: 14.523
Lap 3: 14.069
Best: 14.069
8:14
05 – Cole Yach
Lap 1: 14.283
Lap 2: 13.957
Lap 3: 13.879
Best: 13.879
8:13
03 – Paige Decker
Lap 1: 14.465
Lap 2: 13.956
Lap 3: 13.759
Best: 13.759
8:12
02 – Jesse Haase
Lap 1: 14.826
Lap 2: 14.315
Lap 3: 14.137
Best: 14.137
8:12
01 – Claire Decker
Lap 1: 14.110
Lap 2: 14.050
Lap 3: 13.889
Best: 13.889
8:11
99 – Tim Sauter
Lap 1: 14.223
Lap 2: 13.717
Lap 3: 13.570
Best: 13.570
8:10
98 – Brandon Selle
Lap 1: 14.457
Lap 2: 13.890
Lap 3: 13.738
Best: 13.738
8:09
97 – Steve Holzhausen
Lap 1: 14.466
Lap 2: 13.845
Lap 3: 13.711
Best: 13.711
8:08
85 – Kirby Kirth
Lap 1: 14.864
Lap 2: 14.262
Lap 3: 14.147
Best: 14.147
8:07
87 – Nathan Haseleu
Lap 1: 14.347
Lap 2: 13.831
Lap 3: 13.765
Best: 13.765
8:06
87 – Colin Reffner
Lap 1: 14.291
Lap 2: 13.711
Lap 3: 13.470
P1
8:05
79- Dan Lindsley
14.817
14.525
14.225
8:05
77 – Kris Kelly
Lap 1: 14.313
Lap 2: 14.184
Lap 3:
8:04
76 – Jason Weinkauf
Lap 1: 14.566
Lap 2: 13.807
Lap 3: 13.772
Best: 13.772
8:03
71 – Mark Eswein
Lap 1: 22.090 (spun)
Lap 2: 14.075
Lap 3: 13.814
Best: 13.814
8:02
70 – Neil Knoblock
Lap 1: 14.305
Lap 2: 13.721
Lap 3: 13.676
Best: 13.676
8:01
52 – Tom Lindquist
Lap 1: 15.305
Lap 2: 14.534
Lap 3: 14.348
Best: 14.348
8:00
52- Chris Wimmer
Lap 1: 14.142
Lap 2: 13.829
Lap 3: 13.866
Best: 13.866
7:59
40 – Jeremy Lepak
Lap 1: 14.655
Lap 2: 14.157
Lap 3: 13.926
Best: 13.926
7:58
37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
Lap 1: 14.394
Lap 2: 14.212
Lap 3: 14.053
Best: 14.053
7:57
33 – Reagan May
Lap 1: 14.884
Lap 2: 14.302
Lap 3: 14.154
Best: 14.154
7:57
23 – Chris Weinkauf
Lap 1: 14.306
Lap 2: 13.843
Lap 3: 13.656
Best: 13.656
7:56
23 – Ryan Hinner
Lap 1: 14.710
Lap 2: 14.106
Lap 3: 13.972
Best: 13.972
7:55
22 – Ben Pettis
Lap 1: 14.696
Lap 2: 14.047
Lap 3: 13.883
Best: 13.883
7:54
14.002 is the third lap for Gajewski
7:54
22 – MG Gajewski
Lap 1: 14.511
Lap 2: 14.157
Best: 14.157
7:53
We are ready to qualify the Super Lates.
7:51
Connor Laessig wins the second heat. They are setting up the qualifying light to qualify the Super Late Models.
7:48
Derek Kraus wins the first Bandolero heat over Eugene Gregorich, III.
7:43
The Bandoleros are out now.
7:42
Wayne Mackesy (Speed51.com Photo)
7:42
Wayne Mackesy is the winner in the second Limited Late Model heat.
7:38
Great crowd at SPS on a cool night. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:37
Jimmy Ganski (Speed51.com Photo)
7:36
Jimmy Ganski wins the first Limited Late Model heat.
7:31
Limited Late Model heats are up next.
7:30
Dave Lashua gets a heat win tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:29
Dave Lashua wins the second Pure Stock heat.
7:28
We welcome the fans who were watching our Trackside Now coverage of the Southern Super Series race. We are heat racing in the Pure Stock division. We also had some weather here today, but we are getting the show in. The Super Late Models will be qualifying shortly after the heat races.
7:23
Tim Nawrocky gets his picture taken. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:22
Tim Nawrocky will pick up the win in the first Pure Stock heat.
7:19
Just a quick change in the schedule as the Pure Stocks are rolling out.
7:18
Bradley Conant wins the third Mini Mod heat. The Bandoleros are next.
7:12
Mike Heidmann loses a wheel and goes into light pole. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:10
Justin Mondeik goes to victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:09
Justin Mondeik wins heat #2 for the Mini Mods.
7:07
We are told there are 27 Super Lates here tonight. All will start the Larry Detjens Memorial 150. They will be qualifying shortly. The top-12 are locked in. Then they will have qualifying races to set the field.
7:06
Tim Anderson wins the first Mini Mod heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:04
Anderson will get the win.
7:04
Tim Anderson is leading the first Mini Mod heat with two laps to go.
7:02
Great news…we are racing at SPS.
7:01
The first Mini Mod heat is out on the track.
7:00
One of Larry Detjens original race cars that was re-built. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:59
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6:58
Officials are going as fast as they can to get lineups to the pits and get racing action underway here at State Park Speedway.
6:51
Here is the updated schedule for tonight…

Mini Mod Heats
Bandolero Heats
Pure Stock Heats
Limited Late Model Heats
Super Late Model Qualifying
Bandolero Feature (15 Laps)
Mini Mod Feature (25 Laps)
Super Late Model Qualifiers (20 Laps)
Pure Stock Feature (25 Laps)
Limited Late Model Feature (20 Laps)
Larry Detjens Memorial 150

6:47
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.
6:46
Mini Mod qualifying has completed. They are going to opening ceremonies next then get racing underway.
6:43
We are qualifying the final four Mini Mod cars. Go to opening ceremonies, get some support division heats in then qualify the Super Lates for tonight’s Larry Detjens Memorial 150.
6:42
The call has been made to get the four remaining Mini Mods
6:30
So far 36 cars have come out to help dry the track.
6:27
We are starting to see some dry spots in the track.
6:22
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.
6:20
The track is full of cars trying to get it dried as quickly as possible.
6:13
Cars are on the track now to try to get it dried.
6:12
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6:09
If things do not work out for tonight, they do have Sunday as a raindate.
6:08
Track officials also said with these pop up showers, they will not go all night drying the track.
6:08
Track officials are going to try to get the track dry. They will finish qualifying since there are only four cars left. Street Stocks and Limited Late Models will not qualify but draw for position. Super Lates will qualify after the support division heats. They will qualify and just have a 150-lap feature.
6:02
Track officials are weighing their options right now.
5:45
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.
5:36
Flagman is sending the cars into the pits and it appears that we will be resuming qualifying. The Bandoleros qualifying has been scratched and they will be going to Mini Mod qualifying.
5:35
We have about 18-20 cars on track right now to get it dry.
5:32
We have about a dozen cars on track. From the tower, the track is looking pretty good.
5:31
It is the biggest quarter-mile asphalt race in the Midwest. The 12th Annual Summer Sizzler at New Paris Speedway in New Paris, Indiana will pay $20,000 to the winner on Thursday, August 1. Past winners include Tyler Roahrig, JR Roahrig, Phil Bozell, Scott Hantz, Jeff Ganus, Jack Landis and others. For more information, please visitwww.newparisspeedway.com.
5:30
They are still working on getting the track dry. With the cool temps and the breeze, we should be back to qualifying shortly.
5:29
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.
5:27
Drivers meeting has ended and cars are rolling on the track to dry it.
5:25
Comment From sandy 

Good Luck Chris Wimmer

5:25
We are still waiting for cars to come on the track, but the drivers are still in the drivers meeting.
5:23
For tonight’s Larry Detjens Memorial 150….

Top 12 in qualifying will automatically go to the show.

Rest will be in odd/even 20-lap qualifiers. Top four from each will advance.

Positions 21-22 will be top two in SPS points

Positions 23-24 will be Promoters Choice.

The track has the option to add more to the field.

5:16
The rain has stopped and they are asking for Pure Stocks and Mini Mods to come out and dry the track.
5:15
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.
5:10
Comment From ~ Al-Kul, Jane, Marco and the Schiferl family 

Thank you to Kevin and Speed 51 for keeping us posted as we take the weekend off from racing and enjoy live updates lakeside with our family. We thank everyone who is running Al-Kul Performance radiators tonight. The list includes: Tim Hintz, Jason Weinkauf, Chris Weinkauf, MG Gajewski, Brandon Selle, Chris Wimmer, Claire Decker, Paige Decker, Neil Knoblock, and Cole Yach. Best of luck to all!

5:08
All of a sudden…the skies just opened up here and its raining.
5:03
They have called for a drivers meeting. The Bandoleros are lined up for qualifying.
4:59
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.
4:56
We have partly cloudy skies currently and the crowd is starting to arrive. If you are near State Park Speedway, we encourage you to come and see tonight’s race in person or visit your nearby short track and watch our coverage on your smartphone.
4:54
Just got word that 7-11 has arrived and Tim Hintz will be driving it tonight.
4:48
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4:47
Looks like practice will be extended for an extra few minutes to make up for the break we had earlier when a passing shower went over the track.
4:37
Tonight’s Schedule…

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

4:37
Bandoleros will get one last practice session in before practice ends at 4:45pm.
4:26
Less than 20 minutes remain in practice. Qualifying starts at 5pm with racing at 6pm.
4:17
Limited Late Models are out for practice.
4:15
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.
4:13
Mark Mackesy is looking for his fourth Detjens win tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:07
01- Claire Decker returns
4:07
12 – Mark Mackesy is out.
4:06
We are being told there are 25 Super Lates registered so far for tonight.
4:06
03 – Paige Decker is out.
4:05
28 – Justin Switlick
05 – Cole Yach
52 – Tom Lindquist

come on track.

4:04
22 – MG Gajewski
97 – Steve Holzhausen
23 – Ryan Hinner
79 – Dan Lindsley
98 – Brandon Selle
33 – Reagan May
37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
23 – Chris Weinkauf

on track now.

4:03
98 – Brandon Selle is out.
4:01
Super Lates are back on track.

40 – Jeremy Lepak
87 – Nathan Haseleu
87 – Colin Reffner
76 – Jason Weinkauf

3:57
Mini Mods are on track now. About 45 minutes to go in the rotating practice.
3:56
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.
3:51
Neil Knoblock was the last car out in the last practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:50
Claire Decker (Speed51.com Photo)
3:49
Comment From Guest 

Good Luck to all the Norway Regulars!

3:49
Super Late Model practice has ended. The mighty Bandoleros are out now.
3:46
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
3:41
Reagan May (Speed51.com Photo)
3:41
Dan Lindsley is also a Norway Speedway regular competitor. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:40
Mark Eswein (Speed51.com Photo)
3:40
Kris Kelly came from Norway, Michigan (Speed51.com Photo)
3:34
Next group of cars come out…

77 – Kris Kelly
03 – Paige Decker
87 – Nathan Haseleu
01 – Claire Decker
12 – Mark Mackesy
52 – Chris Wimmer
71 – Mark Eswein
37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt

3:32
52 – Chris Wimmer is out. Chris Weinkauf also returns.
3:30
52 – Tom Lindquist making his first laps. 64 – Mike Olson is out as well.
3:30
99 – Tim Sauter comes out to practice.
3:29
97 – Steve Holzhausen, 98 – Brandon Selle, 33 – Reagan May, 22 – MG Gajewski, and 76 – Jason Weinkauf are now out.
3:28
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.
3:26
Add 40- Jeremy Lepak, 23 – Ryan Hinner, and 02 – Jesse Haase
3:24
Super Lates are back out.

37 – Wayne Breitenfeldt
79 – Dan Lindsley
85 – Kirby Kurth
23 – Chris Weinkauf
01 – Claire Decker
87 – Colin Reffner
87 – Nathan Haseleu

are the cars rolling out.

3:22
Probably the fastest we have seen a track dry. Practice is back on.
3:18
With temps in the high 50’s to low 60’s and light breeze, this could help dry the track real fast.
3:16
One of the Mini Mods is on track trying to get it dried off.
3:14
Showers have lightened up as it looks like a small cell went over the track. But the track is wet. Officials are out checking it over.
3:13
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.
3:10
Comment From big kev 

Sounds like a good time wish I was there go Blue 52

3:07
Just had a cloud burst over the track. Practice has come to a stop.
3:02
There will be a rotating practice from now until 4:45pm. Qualifying is at 5pm with racing at 6pm.
3:01
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3:00
Limited Late Models are out practicing.
2:46
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2:45
Don’t have an entry list yet but it is a stout field.
2:44
Comment From mike

how many superlates thanx for the coverage

2:44
Yes he is. Hasn’t been out yet.
2:44
Comment From don

is Jason wienkauf there

2:44
Mini Mods are on track now.
2:32
First practice has ended for the Super Lates. Bandoleros are on track.
2:31
Ben Pettis getting some practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:29
Mark Mackesy is looking for his fourth Detjens win. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:27
Brayden Wipperfurth is a serious crew member for Nate Haseleu. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:22
The Bailey Bootz crew. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:21
AJ Kreager cleans her window while Derek Kraus checks the tire pressure on their bandeloros. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:13
Chris Weinkauf is driving Jay VanDerGeest’s car today. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:12
Claire Decker (Speed51.com Photo)
2:11
Ben Pettis (Speed51.com Photo)
2:10
This is how you clean your pit. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:10
Pete Kempf talks to his driver Steve Holzhausen. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:09
Nate Haseleu wants to add his name to the Detjens winners list. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:06
Dan Lindsley is a regular at Norway (MI) Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:05
Bryan Reffner directs Colin Reffner out of his pit. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:04
Ryan Hinner is ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:03
Tim Sauter is looking for his first Detjens win. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:02
Track is open for Super Late Model practice. They do not have electronic timing/scoring here. Sorry.
2:02
MG Gajewski climbs in. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:01
Pits are full. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:00
Dalton Zehr is Reagan May’s spotter and crew chief today. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:58
Chris Wimmer is debuting a new Victory Circle chassis with a B&B race engine today. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:57
Reagan May is hoping to get out right away. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:52
When you forget a belt, always resort to zip ties. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:49
Mark Eswein (left) and Cardell Potter (Speed51.com Photo)
1:46
There are still haulers rolling in. Small line at the pit window. Last night, the Big 8 Series had 35 cars. Could be close with Super Lates today.
1:42
It is the biggest quarter-mile asphalt race in the Midwest. The 12th Annual Summer Sizzler at New Paris Speedway in New Paris, Indiana will pay $20,000 to the winner on Thursday, August 1. Past winners include Tyler Roahrig, JR Roahrig, Phil Bozell, Scott Hantz, Jeff Ganus, Jack Landis and others. For more information, please visitwww.newparisspeedway.com.
1:40
Larry Detjens Memorial is in honor of the late Larry Detjens who passed away from a racing accident in 1981. Scott & Chris Wimmer are nephews of the late driver. Larry’s daughter Margo is married to three-time Detjenss Memorial winner Mark Mackesy.

Larry Detjens Memorial

Mark Mackesy (2012, 2006, 1999)
Chris Weinkauf (2011, 2010, 2003)
Scott Wimmer (2002, 2001)
Donnie Woller (1997, 1994, 1991)
Wayne Breitenfeldt (1996, 1988)
Kirby Kurth (1995, 1992)
Tom Reffner (1987, 1984)
Dick Trickle (1985, 1982, 1981)
Eugene Gregorich Jr (2008, 2007)

One Time Winners
Allen Check (2005)
Charlie Menard (2004)
Chris Wimmer (2000)
Jesse Hasse (1998)
Joe Kryzkowski (1993)
Bryan Reffner (1990)
Wayne “Lodi” Lodholz (1989)
Kevin Cywinski (1986)
Kevin Stepan (1983)
Andrew Morrissey (2009)

*2007, 08, 09 Held at Golden Sands Speedway (Plover, WI)

1:36
This is a busy day for Speed51.com as this is part of five Trackside Now coverages today.

We also have the Southern Super Series at Mobile International Speedway.http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/SSS/Trackside_Now_Mobile_7_27.html

Florida United Promoter Series Powell Memorial at Citrus County Speedwayhttp://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/FUPLMS/Trackside_Now_CitrusCo_7_27.html

The Stan Yee Memorial 150 at Flat RockSpeedway.http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Outlaw_SLM/Trackside_Now_Yee_Memorial_7_27.html

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West from Colorado National Speedway NASCAR RaceCentral Live powered by Speed51.com.
http://hometracks.nascar.com/nknps-west_race-central_072713_Colorado

1:28
Last night, Casey Johnson took home his second Big 8 Series win in a row by winning the Larry Detjens 58. Dale Nottestad was second with Jesse Bernhagen in third.

Alex Jones won the Midwest Truck Tour feature with Jerry Wood in second and Natalie Decker in third.

You can see the replay byhttp://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/SLM/Trackside_Now_SPS_Detjens_7_26.html

1:14
Hi Lenny!
1:14
Comment From Lenny 

Thanks for the coverage on Speed 51

1:14
The pit window is open. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:14
(Speed51.com Photo)
1:13
Volleyball tournament action. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:12
Today’s Schedule…

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

1:12
It has already been a busy morning at SPS, a volleyball tournament that started this morning is wrapping up. The pits just opened and haulers are being parked in preparation for tonight’s events.
1:11
Good afternoon from State Park Speedway and day two of the Larry Detjens Memorial Weekend.
1:11
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.
1:10
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Trackside Now – Larry Detjens Memorial Weekend – State Park Speedway (WI) – 7/27/13