9:02
Thank you for joining us and have a good night.
9:01
This will conclude our coverage today of day two of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend from the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway. We will be back on tomorrow morning starting at 8:30am central with practice and qualifying of day three.

Special thanks to RE Suspensions for presenting today’s coverage.

9:00
Here are tonight’s results…

LA CROSSE FAIRGROUNDS SPEEDWAY
Dick Trickle 99 – Super Late Models
Coca-Cola 33 Segment 1 (23 Cars) — 1, Johnny Sauter, Necedah; 2, Erik Darnell, Park City, Ill.; 3, Chris Weinkauf, Merrill; 4, Nathan Haseleu, Pardeeville; 5, Skylar Holzhausen, Bangor; 6, Frank Kreyer, Wisconsin Dells; 7, Jonathan Eilen, unknown; 8, Colin Reffner, Wisconsin Rapids; 9, Griffin McGrath, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 10, Steve Carlson, West Salem; 11, Nick Panitzke, Sauk Centre, Minn.; 12, Bobby Kendall, Montello; 13, Ty Majeski, Seymour; 14, Chris Wimmer, Wausau; 15, Neil Knoblock, Wausau; 16, Steve Holzhausen, Bangor; 17, Mark Kraus, Stratford; 18, Matt Pyburn, Wisconsin Rapids; 19, Gary La Monte, West Allis; 20, Chad Walen, Prior Lake, Minn.; 21, Andrew Morrissey, De Forest; 22, Joel Theisen, Maple Grove, Minn.; 23, Paige Decker, Eagle River; 24, Greg Vangool, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Coca-Cola 33 Segment 2 (21 Cars) — 1, Ty Majeski; 2, Steve Carlson; 3, Nick Panitzke; 4, Frank Kreyer; 5, Colin Reffner; 6, Nathan Haseleu; 7, Erik Darnell; 8, Griffin McGrath; 9, Chris Wimmer; 10, Skylar Holzhausen; 11, Chris Weinkauf; 12, Jonathan Eilen; 13, Mark Kraus; 14, Neil Knoblock; 15, Matt Pyburn; 16, Gary La Monte; 17, Bobby Kendall; 18, Johnny Sauter; 19, Steve Holzhausen; 20, Andrew Morrissey; 21, Chad Walen.
Coca-Cola 33 Segment 3 (19 Cars) — 1, Ty Majeski; 2, Erik Darnell; 3, Johnny Sauter; 4, Nathan Haseleu; 5, Chris Weinkauf; 6, Steve Holzhausen; 7, Colin Reffner; 8, Frank Kreyer; 9, Skylar Holzhausen; 10, Steve Carlson; 11, Mark Kraus; 12, Neil Knoblock; 13, Matt Pyburn; 14, Nick Panitzke; 15, Bobby Kendall; 16, Griffin McGrath; 17, Jonathan Eilen; 18, Gary La Monte; 19, Chris Wimmer.
Qualifying — 1, Johnny Sauter, 18.865 seconds, 104.082 MPH; 2, Chris Weinkauf, 18.959 secs, 103.566 MPH; 3, Nathan Haseleu, 19.017 secs, 103.250 MPH; 4, Erik Darnell, 19.044 secs, 103.103 MPH; 5, Dan Fredrickson, 19.094 secs, 102.833 MPH; 6, Frank Kreyer; 7, Skylar Holzhausen; 8, Ty Majeski; 9, Travis Sauter; 10, Colin Reffner; 11, Steve Carlson; 12, Bobby Kendall; 13, Griffin McGrath; 14, Matt Pyburn; 15, Jonathan Eilen; 16, Nick Panitzke; 17, Neil Knoblock; 18, Steve Holzhausen; 19, Andrew Morrissey; 20, Greg Vangool; 21, Mark Kraus; 22, Chris Wimmer; 23, Paige Decker; 24, Joel Theisen; 25, Derek Lemke; 26, Bryan Syer-Keske; 27, Dan Lensing; 28, Gary La Monte; 29, Tim Sauter; 30, Nick Barstad; 31, Jason Weinkauf; 32, Mike Carlson; 33, Jeremy Lepak; 34, Dean La Pointe; 35, Nick Murgic; 36, Maxwell Schultz; 37, Chad Walen; 38, Tim Rothe; 39, Claire Decker; 40, Brandon Hill; 41, Brandon Selle; 42, Jeff Storm; 43, Jeremy Miller; 44, Bryan Roach; 45, Nathan Matz; 46, Clint Sillars; 47, Ryan Hinner; 48, Mark Lamereaux; 49, Mike Egan; 50, Tim Schendel; 51, Don Turner; 52, Kelsey Bauer; 53, Dalton Zehr; 54, Matt Goede; 55, Monte Gress; 56, Billy Mohn; 57, Mike Olson; 58, Ed Szelagowski Jr.; 59, Bret Widdis; 60, Ryan Wolke; 61, Mike Ehde; 62, J. Herbst; 63, John Heath.
Last Chance 1 — 1, Paige Decker; 2, Neil Knoblock; 3, Greg Vangool; 4, Bryan Syer-Keske; 5, Tim Sauter.
Last Chance 2 — 1, Joel Theisen; 2, Steve Holzhausen; 3, Mark Kraus; 4, Jeff Storm; 5, Nick Barstad.
Last Chance 3 — 1, Chris Wimmer; 2, Gary La Monte; 3, Derek Lemke; 4, Andrew Morrissey; 5, Jason Weinkauf.

Great Northern Sportsmen
Coca-Cola 25 Feature (24 Cars) — 1, Devin Schmidt, Belle Plaine, Minn.; 2, Rick Schermerhorn, Westby; 3, Randy Humfeld, Chaseburg; 4, Kody Hubred, Cambridge; 5, Jason Thoma, Jefferson; 6, Bill Martin, Madison; 7, Bill Prietzel, Richfield; 8, Dave Trute, New Lisbon; 9, Steve Bachman, West Salem; 10, Jason Dummer, Holmen; 11, Greg Scheck, La Crosse; 12, Brent Kane, Lansdale, Minn.; 13, Jake Arneson, Taylor; 14, Jimmy Gilster, West Salem; 15, Jamie Dummer, Tomah; 16, Kyle Chwala, Johnson Creek; 17, Rick Johnson, West Salem; 18, Gordy Swanson, Elko, Minn.; 19, Brian Hesselberg, West Salem; 20, Dusty Mann, Dundas, Minn.; 21, Adam Wiebusch, Belle Plaine, Minn.; 22, Seth Lootans, Kenosha; 23, Jim Tate Jr., Watertown; 24, Johnny Robinson, Beloit.
Qualifying — 1, Randy Humfeld, 21.530 seconds, 91.198 MPH; 2, Rick Schermerhorn, 21.704 secs, 90.467 MPH; 3, Dave Trute, 21.838 secs, 89.912 MPH; 4, Jason Thoma, 21.872 secs, 89.772 MPH; 5, Steve Bachman, 21.878 secs, 89.748 MPH; 6, Bill Prietzel; 7, Jim Tate Jr.; 8, Jake Arneson; 9, Kody Hubred; 10, Jason Dummer; 11, Bill Martin; 12, Devin Schmidt; 13, Scott Luck, Praire Du Sac; 14, Rick Johnson; 15, Jimmy Gilster; 16, Kyle Chwala; 17, Greg Scheck; 18, Brent Kane; 19, Dusty Mann; 20, Brian Hesselberg; 21, Gordy Swanson; 22, Adam Wiebusch; 23, Gregory Borchardt, Prior Lake, Minn.; 24, Rob Curran, Rockland; 25, Seth Lootans; 26, Jerrod Loging, West Salem; 27, Johnny Robinson; 28, Spencer Wilhelm, West Salem; 29, Eric Campbell, Lonsdale, Minn.; 30, Justin Berg, Bangor; 31, Bobby Frisch, Beloit; 32, Mike Taylor, Stoughton; 33, Tom Luethe, West Salem; 34, Erik Turner, Two Rivers; 35, Mark Challet, La Crosse; 36, Brad Warthan, Sparta; 37, Andy Buhrow, Sparta.
Last Chance 1 — 1, Greg Scheck; 2, Jimmy Gilster; 3, Gordy Swanson; 4, Dusty Mann; 5, Johnny Robinson.
Last Chance 2 — 1, Brent Kane; 2, Brian Hesselberg; 3, Kyle Chwala; 4, Rick Johnson; 5, Adam Wiebusch.

Midwest Trucks
Coca-Cola 30 Feature (12 cars) — 1, Andy Jones, Gurnee, Ill.; 2, Chad Wood, Sun Praire; 3, Justin Oertel, Lincolnshire, Ill.; 4, Jerry Wood, Sun Praire; 5, Camden Murphy, unknown; 6, Natalie Decker, Eagle River; 7, Mike Corva, Park Ridge, Ill.; 8, Jacob VanWazer, Lombard, Ill.; 9, Joshua James, Saukville; 10, Jack Litshiem, Galesville; 11, Chad Knaus, Sun Praire; 12, John Wood, Sun Praire.
Qualifying — 1, Andy Jones, 20.443 seconds, 96.048 MPH; 2, Chad Wood, 20.602 secs, 95.306 MPH; 3, Chad Knaus, 20.718 secs, 94.773 MPH; 4, Jerry Wood, 20.771 secs, 94.531 MPH; 5, Camden Murphy, 20.786 secs, 94.463 MPH; 6, Jacob VanWazer; 7, Justin Oertel; 8, Natalie Decker; 9, John Wood; 10, Jack Litshiem; 11, Joshua James; 12, Mike Corva.

Midwestern Dash Series
Coca-Cola 15 Feature (17 cars) — 1, Dave Auringer, Prior Lake, Minn.; 2, Phil Malouf, Manitowish Waters; 3, Kyle Stark, Waterloo; 4, Brad Conant, Antigo; 5, Charlie Nickel, Chili; 6, Adam Eckes, Auburndale; 7, Mike Heidmann, Edgar; 8, Scott Ciesielske, Stevens Point; 9, Seth Reamer, Lake Mills; 10, Tim Anderson, Auburndale; 11, Ashley Gottchalk, Fort Atkinson; 12, Mark Bornitz, Holmen; 13, Danielle Behn, Waupaca; 14, John Radtke, La Crosse; 15, Matthew Carpenter, Galesville; 16, Garrett Thicke, West Salem; 17, Gary Stark, Waterloo.
Qualifying — 1, Brad Conant, 23.105 seconds, 84.982 MPH; 2, Adam Eckes, 23.439 secs, 83.771 MPH; 3, Charlie Nickel, 23.465 secs, 83.678 MPH; 4, Kyle Stark, 23.514 secs, 83.503 MPH; 5, Dave Auringer, 23.610 secs, 83.164 MPH; 6, Phil Malouf; 7, Seth Reamer; 8, Gary Stark; 9, Scott Ciesielske; 10, Mike Heidmann; 11, Ashley Gottchalk; 12, Danielle Behn; 13, John Radtke; 14, Tim Anderson; 15, Garrett Thicke; 16, Matthew Carpenter.

8:16
All of the feature races were completed until the rain came. The Super Late Model “Stubby” semi-feature and consolation races were canceled due to rain. We will post the full results shortly before ending tonight.
7:54
Erik Darnell wins the Dick Trickle “99”. He is the seventh different winner of the event.
5:01
Chris Wimmer and Gary LaMonte finish first and second and advance to the Trickle 99.
4:56
Joel Theisen and Steve Holzhausen advance from the second heat.
4:55
For those looking for the PPV, we were just told that they forgot to adjust the start time for the PPV to 4:30pm. It will go live at 5pm Central.
4:41
Paige Decker and Neil Knoblock finish first and second in the first qualifier.
4:34
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
4:32
Comment From Wausau 

Go neil, Chris, Jason, and brad conant. Good Wausau people

4:31
The tv crew is trying to get the PPV up and going for those who ordered it tonight
4:27
Midwestern Dash Series
Qualifying Results

1. Brad Conant 23.105
2. Adam Eckes 23.439
3. Charlie Nickel 23.215
4. Kyle Stark 23.624
5. Dave Auringer 23.610
6. Phil Malouf 23.718
7. Seth Reamer 23.870
8. Gary Stark 24.175
9. Scott Ciesielske 24.186
10. Mike Heidmann 24.274
11. Ashley Gottchalk 24.528
12. Danielle Behn 24.953
13. John Radtke 25.009
14. Tim Anderson 25.538
15. Garrett Thicke 26.049
16. Matthew Carpenter 30.483

4:21
We are just waiting for our copy of the qualifying results for the Midwestern Dash Series.
4:12
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
4:11
Just a reminder…the racing start time has been moved up from 5pm Central to 4:30pm Central. At that time, we will “throttle down” our coverage and the PPV will take over.
4:09
Get ready for three exciting days of racing action as Lee USA Speedway in Lee, New Hampshire will host 14 divisions for their Oktoberfest Season Finale on October 11-13. Super Late Models, NEMA Midgets, Super Streets, Small Block Super Modifieds and the Valenti Modified Series are just some of the divisions competing of the three days. Plus there will be a vendor fair, flea market and more. Visit www.leeusaspeedway.comfor more information.
4:08
The 2013 Speed51.com Late Model Most Popular Driver presented by ARbodies voting is underway. You can vote for your favorite driver once a day – any additional votes will not be counted. The overall Most Popular driver will receive a free white “A” package ABC or Late Model Stock Car body from ARbodies.com. Vote today by visiting http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/MPD/MPD_voting.html
4:06
Those who don’t make the Trickle 99 will race in the “Stubby” semi-feature and there will probably be a consi as well. The “Stubby” is the nickname of the father of John McKarns, former ARTGO Promoter.
4:06
Midwest Truck Tour
Qualifying Results

1. Andy Jones 20.443
2. Chad Wood 20.602
3. Chad Knaus 20.718
4. Jerry Wood 20.771
5. Camden Murphy
6. Jacob VanWazer 20.843
7. Justin Oertel 20.883
8. Natalie Decker 20.951
9. John Wood 20.965
10. Jack Litsheim 21.104
11. Joshua James 21.119
12. Mike Corva 21.151

4:02
Just trying to catch up on questions regarding the Dick Trickle “99”.

Top 16 in qualifying are locked in.

We are told 26 will start the race.

Two will advance from each of the three last chance races.

Chad Walen will get a provisional for winning the Futures race last night.

3:57
RE Suspension in Mooresville, NC presents today’s coverage of practice and qualifying of day two of the Oktoberfest Race Weekend at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. RE Suspension was founded in 2003 to provide racers across the country with an option for quality, cutting edge resources for their suspension needs. Their dedicated sales team is always ready to provide racers from all series with the best service available for their shocks, springs and brakes. RE Suspension continues to grow with manufacturers such as Advanced Racing Suspension, PRO Shocks, Swift Springs and Eibach, plus they maintain a heavy inventory of Penske, Ohlins, AFCO, Bilstein shocks, and Hyperco Springs; as well as their own superior line of bump stops and suspension tools. The RE Suspension online shopping center atwww.resuspension.com makes ordering easy from anywhere in the country, or call 704-664-2277.
3:48
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3:47
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
3:47
Reminder the racing action will get underway at 4:30pm.
3:46
Trucks and Midwestern Dash will qualify next.
3:45
Great American Sportsmen Qualifying Results

1 6 Randy Humfeld 21.530
2 7 Rich Schermerhorn 21.704
3 21 Dave Trute 21.838
4 6 Jason Thoma 21.872
5 14 Steve Bachman 21.878
6 9 Bill Prietzel 21.887
7 27 Jim Tate Jr. 22.027
8 37 Jake Arneson 22.035
9 20 Kody Hubred 22.180
10 46 Jason Dummer 22.223
11 39 Bill Martin 22.249
12 20 Devin Schmidt 22.257
13 12 Scott Luck 22.262
14 33 Rick Johnson 22.319
15 33 Jimmy Gilster 22.324
16 22 Kyle Chwala 22.334
17 2 Greg Scheck 22.359
18 99 Brent Kane 22.389
19 10 Dusty Mann 22.544
20 5 Brian Hesselberg 22.588
21 55 Gordy Swanson 22.589
22 9 Adam Weibusch 22.666
23 5 Greg Borchardt 22.692
24 40 Rob Curran 22.706
25 7 Seth Lootans 22.722
26 79 Jerrod Loging 22.727
27 99 Johnny Robinson 22.757
28 7 Spencer Wilhelm 22.769
29 25 Eric Campbell 22.823
30 75 Justin Berg 23.020
31 98.5 Bobby Frisch 23.059
32 4 Mike Taylor 23.135
33 50 Tom Luethe 23.143
34 29 Erik Turner 23.559
35 13 Mark Challet 23.706
36 22 Brad Warthan 24.383
37 18 Andy Buhrow 26.090

3:43
55 – Gordy Swanson
Best: 22.589
3:42
50 – Tom Luethe
Best: 23.143
3:41
46 – Jason Dummer
Best: 22.223
3:40
40 – Rob Curran
Best: 22.706
3:39
39 – Bill Martin
Best: 22.249
3:38
37 – Jake Arneson
Best: 22.035
3:37
33 – Rick Johnson
Best: 22.319
3:36
33 – Jimmy Gilster
Best: 22.324
3:35
29 – Erik Turner
Best: 23.559
3:34
27 – Jim Tate Jr.
Best: 22.027
3:33
25 – Eric Campbell
Best: 22.823
3:33
22 – Brad Warthan
Best: 24.383
3:31
22 – Kyle Chwala
Best: 22.334
3:31
21 – Dave Trute
Best: 21.838
3:30
20 – Kody Hubred
Best: 22.180
3:29
20 – Devin Schmidt
Best: 22.257
3:28
18 – Andy Buhrow
Best: 26.090
3:26
14 – Steve Bachman
Best: 21.878
3:24
Stock car racing returns to Memphis International Raceway on Saturday, October 26 with CRA Racing bringing their top two series to compete in the “Racing’s Back! Memphis 250.” The ARCA/CRA Super Series and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will each compete in 125-lap events around the famous ¾-mile oval. Make sure to be part of this historical events by ordering your tickets now by calling 901.WOW.RACE or visiting www.racemir.com.
3:23
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
3:23
Also a reminder that racing will get underway at 4:30pm.
3:22
Qualifying results so far…as we are doing a crossover…

1 6 Randy Humfeld 21.530
2 7 Rich Schermerhorn 21.704
3 6 Jason Thoma 21.872
4 9 Bill Prietzel 21.887
5 12 Scott Luck 22.262
6 2 Greg Scheck 22.359
7 99 Brent Kane 22.389
8 10 Dusty Mann 22.544
9 5 Brian Hesselberg 22.588
10 9 Adam Weibusch 22.666
11 5 Greg Borchardt 22.692
12 7 Seth Lootans 22.722
13 79 Jerrod Loging 22.727
14 99 Johnny Robinson 22.757
15 7 Spencer Wilhelm 22.769
16 75 Justin Berg 23.020
17 98.5 Bobby Frisch 23.059
18 4 Mike Taylor 23.135
19 13 Mark Challet 23.706

3:21
13 – Mark Challet
Best: 23.706
3:20
12 – Scott Luck
Best: 22.262
3:19
10 – Dusty Mann
Best: 22.544
3:18
9 – Bill Prietzel
Best: 21.887
3:17
9 – Adam Wiebusch
Best: 22.666
3:16
7 – Spencer Wilhelm
Best: 22.769
3:15
7 – Rick Schermerhorn
Best: 21.704
3:14
7 – Seth Lootans
Best: 22.722
3:13
6 – Randy Humfeld
Best: 21.530
3:12
6 – Jason Thoma
Best: 21.872
3:12
5 – Greg Borchardt
Best: 22.692
3:11
5 – Brian Hesselberg
Best: 22.588
3:10
4 – Mike Taylor
Best: 23.135
3:09
2 – Greg Scheck
Best: 22.359
3:08
99 – Brent Kane
Best: 22.389
3:07
99 – Johnny Robinson
Best: 22.757
3:06
98.5 – Bobby Frisch
Best: 23.059
3:04
79 – Jerrod Loging 22.727
3:04
We see your questions..but can’t answer them at the moment.
3:03
75 – Justin Berg
Best: 23.020
3:03
Great Northern Sportsmen Qualifying underway now.
3:02
RE Suspension in Mooresville, NC presents today’s coverage of practice and qualifying of day two of the Oktoberfest Race Weekend at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. RE Suspension was founded in 2003 to provide racers across the country with an option for quality, cutting edge resources for their suspension needs. Their dedicated sales team is always ready to provide racers from all series with the best service available for their shocks, springs and brakes. RE Suspension continues to grow with manufacturers such as Advanced Racing Suspension, PRO Shocks, Swift Springs and Eibach, plus they maintain a heavy inventory of Penske, Ohlins, AFCO, Bilstein shocks, and Hyperco Springs; as well as their own superior line of bump stops and suspension tools. The RE Suspension online shopping center atwww.resuspension.com makes ordering easy from anywhere in the country, or call 704-664-2277.
3:01
Also just word that the racing program has been moved up to 4:30pm.
3:01
Dick Trickle “99”
Qualifying Results

1 5j Johnny Sauter 18.865
2 75 Chris Weinkauf 18.959
3 87H Nathan Haseleu 19.017
4 7d Erik Darnell 19.044
5 36 Dan Fredrickson 19.094
6 99 Frank Kreyer 19.118
7 78 Skylar Holzhausen 19.146
8 91 Ty Majeski 19.175
9 5s Travis Sauter 19.185
10 87 Colin Reffner 19.224
11 66 Steve Carlson 19.227
12 11 Bobby Kendall 19.243
13 64m Griffin McGrath 19.249
14 71 Matt Pyburn 19.258
15 22 Nick Panitzke 19.263
16 77 Jonathan Eilen 19.263
17 70 Neil Knoblock 19.275
18 97 Steve Holzhausen 19.281
19 39 Andrew Morrissey 19.282
20 77 Greg VanGool 19.292
21 9 Mark Kraus 19.295
22 52 Chris Wimmer 19.313
23 03 Paige Decker 19.326
24 75t Joel Theisen 19.379
25 5 Derek Lemke 19.380
26 81 Bryan Syer-Keske 19.394
27 19 Dan Lensing 19.405
28 63 Gary LaMonte 19.417
29 99s Tim Sauter 19.419
30 21 Jason Weinkauf 19.456
31 1 Nick Barstad 19.456
32 50 Mike Carlson 19.460
33 40 Jeremy Lepak 19.462
34 15 Dean LaPointe 19.468
35 12 Nick Murgic 19.473
36 34 Maxwell Schultz 19.482
37 52w Chad Walen 19.494
38 3 Tim Rothe 19.514
39 01 Claire Decker 19.532
40 14 Brandon Hill 19.552
41 98 Brandon Selle 19.571
42 25 Jeff Storm 19.574
43 5m Jeremy Miller 19.585
44 99r Bryan Roach 19.592
45 82m Nathan Matz 19.603
46 2 Clint Sillars 19.648
47 23 Ryan Hinner 19.652
48 26 Mark Lamereaux 19.658
49 44 Mike Egan 19.661
50 21 Tim Schendel 19.674
51 7 Don “Thunder” Turner 19.718
52 7b Kelsey Bauer 19.762
53 119 Dalton Zehr 19.796
54 28 Matt Goede 19.806
55 80 Monte Gress 19.930
56 8m Billy Mohn 19.961
57 64 Mike Olson 20.011
58 01s Ed Szelegowski Jr. 20.115
59 15w Bret Widdis 20.531
60 6 Ryan Wolke 20.613
61 18 Mike Ehde 20.996
62 82 J. Herbst 21.028
63 62 John Heath 21.233
64 0 Ryan De Stefano No Time

3:00
62 – John Heath
Lap 1: 21.560
Lap 2: 21.233
Best: 21.233
2:59
18 – Mike Ehde
Lap 1: 21.366
Lap 2: 20.996
Best: 20.996
2:58
63 – Gary LaMonte
Lap 1: 20.061
Lap 2: 19.417
Best: 19.417
2:57
64 – Griffin McGrath
Lap 1: 19.756
Lap 2: 19.249
Best: 19.249
2:56
64 – Mike Olson
Lap 1: 20.347
Lap 2: 20.011
Best: 20.011
2:55
66 – Steve Carlson
Lap 1: 19.726
Lap 2: 19.227
Best: 19.227
2:54
70 – Neil Knoblock
Lap 1: 19.732
Lap 2: 19.275
Best: 19.275
2:53
71 – Matt Pyburn
Lap 1: 19.855
Lap 2: 19.258
Best: 19.258
2:53
75 – Chris Weinkauf
Lap 1: 19.432
Lap 2: 18.959
Best: 18.959
P2
2:52
75 – Joel Theisen
Lap 1: 19.891
Lap 2: 19.379
Best: 19.379
2:51
77 – Greg VanGool
Lap 1: 19.668
Lap 2: 19.292
Best: 19.292
2:50
77 – Jonathan Eilen
Lap 1: 19.477
Lap 2: 19.263
Best: 19.263
2:49
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
Lap 1: 19.531
Lap 2: 19.146
Best: 19.146
P6
2:48
80 – Monte Gress
Lap 1: 20.220
Lap 2: 19.930
Best: 19.930
2:48
81 – Bryan Syer-Keske
Lap 1: 19.736
Lap 2: 19.394
Best: 19.394
2:47
82 – Nathan Matz
Lap 1: 20.241
Lap 2: 19.603
Best: 19.603
2:46
82 – J. Herbst
Lap 1: 21.155
Lap 2: 21.028
Best: 21.028
2:45
87 – Nathan Haseleu
Lap 1: 19.422
Lap 2: 19.017
Best: 19.017
P2
2:44
87 – Colin Reffner
Lap 1: 19.525
Lap 2: 19.224
Best: 19.224
2:43
91 – Ty Majeski
Lap 1: 19.507
Lap 2: 19.175
Best: 19.175
2:43
97 – Steve Holzhausen
Lap 1: 19.740
Lap 2: 19.281
Best: 19.281
2:42
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
2:41
Another break for a crossover. Here is the rundown so far…

1 5j Johnny Sauter 18.865
2 7d Erik Darnell 19.044
3 36 Dan Fredrickson 19.094
4 99 Frank Kreyer 19.118
5 5s Travis Sauter 19.185
6 11 Bobby Kendall 19.243
7 22 Nick Panitzke 19.263
8 39 Andrew Morrissey 19.282
9 9 Mark Kraus 19.295
10 52 Chris Wimmer 19.313
11 03 Paige Decker 19.326
12 5 Derek Lemke 19.380
13 19 Dan Lensing 19.405
14 99s Tim Sauter 19.419
15 21 Jason Weinkauf 19.456
16 1 Nick Barstad 19.456
17 50 Mike Carlson 19.460
18 40 Jeremy Lepak 19.462
19 15 Dean LaPointe 19.468
20 12 Nick Murgic 19.473
21 34 Maxwell Schultz 19.482
22 52w Chad Walen 19.494
23 3 Tim Rothe 19.514
24 01 Claire Decker 19.532
25 14 Brandon Hill 19.552
26 98 Brandon Selle 19.571
27 25 Jeff Storm 19.574
28 5m Jeremy Miller 19.585
29 99r Bryan Roach 19.592
30 2 Clint Sillars 19.648
31 23 Ryan Hinner 19.652
32 26 Mark Lamereaux 19.658
33 44 Mike Egan 19.661
34 21 Tim Schendel 19.674
35 7 Don “Thunder” Turner 19.718
36 7b Kelsey Bauer 19.762
37 119 Dalton Zehr 19.796
38 28 Matt Goede 19.806
39 8m Billy Mohn 19.961
40 01s Ed Szelegowski Jr. 20.115
41 15w Bret Widdis 20.531
42 6 Ryan Wolke 20.613
43 0 Ryan De Stefano No Time

2:40
98 – Brandon Selle
Lap 1: 20.033
Lap 2: 19.571
Best: 19.571
2:39
99 – Tim Sauter
Lap 1: 19.815
Lap 2: 19.419
Best: 19.419
2:38
99 – Bryan Roach
Lap 1: 19.876
Lap 2: 19.592
Best: 19.592
2:37
99 – Frank Kreyer
Lap 1: 19.489
Lap 2: 19.118
Best: 19.118
P4
2:36
0 – Ryan DeStefano
No Time, didn’t sound good as he came by to take the green.
2:35
01 – Claire Decker
Lap 1: 19.989
Lap 2: 19.532
Best: 19.532
2:35
03 – Paige Decker
Lap 1: 19.646
Lap 2: 19.326
Best: 19.326
P10
2:34
1 – Nick Barstad
Lap 1: 19.874
Lap 2: 19.456
Best: 19.456
2:33
2 – Clint Sillars
Lap 1: 20.284
Lap 2: 19.648
Best: 19.648
2:32
01 – Ed Szelegowski Jr.
Lap 1: 20.336
Lap 2: 20.115
Best: 20.115
2:31
3 – Tim Rothe
Lap 1: 19.925
Lap 2: 19.514
Best: 19.514
2:30
5 – Derek Lemke
Lap 1: 19.958
Lap 2: 19.380
Best: 19.380
2:30
5 – Jeremy Miller
Lap 1: 19.930
Lap 2: 19.595
Best: 19.585
2:29
5 – Johnny Sauter
Lap 1: 19.240
Lap 2: 18.865
Best: 18.865
P1
2:28
5 – Travis Sauter
Lap 1: 19.697
Lap 2: 19.185
Best: 19.185
P3
2:27
6 – Ryan Wolke
Lap 1: 21.200
Lap 2: 20.613
Best: 20.613
2:26
7 – Erik Darnell
Lap 1: 19.423
Lap 2: 19.044
Best: 19.044
P1
2:25
7 – Kelsey Bauer
Lap 1: 20.120
Lap 2: 19.762
Best: 19.762
2:24
7 – Don “Thunder” Turner
Lap 1: 20.032
Lap 2: 19.718
Best: 19.718
2:24
8 – Billy Mohn
Lap 1: 19.961
Lap 2: 20.363
Best: 19.961
2:21
Taking a quick break for a crossover. Here is the rundown so far…still have plenty to qualify.

1 36 Dan Fredrickson 19.094
2 11 Bobby Kendall 19.243
3 22 Nick Panitzke 19.263
4 39 Andrew Morrissey 19.282
5 9 Mark Kraus 19.295
6 52 Chris Wimmer 19.313
7 19 Dan Lensing 19.405
8 21 Jason Weinkauf 19.456
9 50 Mike Carlson 19.460
10 40 Jeremy Lepak 19.462
11 15 Dean LaPointe 19.468
12 12 Nick Murgic 19.473
13 34 Maxwell Schultz 19.482
14 52w Chad Walen 19.494
15 14 Brandon Hill 19.552
16 25 Jeff Storm 19.574
17 23 Ryan Hinner 19.652
18 26 Mark Lamereaux 19.658
19 44 Mike Egan 19.661
20 21 Tim Schendel 19.674
21 119 Dalton Zehr 19.796
22 28 Matt Goede 19.806
23 15w Bret Widdis 20.531

2:19
9 – Mark Kraus
Lap 1: 19.631
Lap 2: 19.295
Best: 19.295
2:19
119 – Dalton Zehr
Lap 1: 19.973
Lap 2: 19.796
Best: 19.796
2:18
11 – Bobby Kendall
Lap 1: 19.586
Lap 2: 19.243
Best: 19.243
P2
2:17
12 – Nick Murgic
Lap 1: 19.757
Lap 2: 19.473
Best: 19.473
2:16
14 – Brandon Hill
Lap 1: 19.950
Lap 2: 19.552
Best: 19.552
2:15
It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby presented by JEGS 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.
2:15
15 – Dean LaPointe
Lap 1: 19.832
Lap 2: 19.468
Best: 19.468
2:15
15 – Bret Widdis
Lap 1: 20.913
Lap 2: 20.531
Best: 20.531
2:14
19 – Dan Lensing
Lap 1: 19.985
Lap 2: 19.405
Best: 19.405
P5
2:13
21 – Tim Schendel
Lap 1: 19.989
Lap 2: 19.674
Best: 19.674
2:12
21 – Jason Weinkauf
Lap 1: 20.193
Lap 2: 19.456
Best: 19.456
2:11
22 – Nick Panitzke
Lap 1: 19.612
Lap 2: 19.263
Best: 19.263
P2
2:10
23 – Ryan Hinner
Lap 1: 20.145
Lap 2: 19.652
Best: 19.652
2:09
25 – Jeff Storm
Lap 1: 19.893
Lap 2: 19.574
Best: 19.574
2:08
26 – Mark Lamereaux
Lap 1: 20.109
Lap 2: 19.658
Best: 19.658
2:07
28 – Matt Goede
Lap 1: 20.051
Lap 2: 19.806
Best: 19.806
2:06
34 – Maxwell Schultz
Lap 1: 20.064
Lap 2: 19.482
Best: 19.482
2:06
36 – Dan Fredrickson
Lap 1: 19.246
Lap 2: 19.094
Best: 19.094
P1
2:05
40 – Jeremy Lepak
Lap 1: 19.791
Lap 2: 19.462
Best: 19.462
2:04
39 – Andrew Morrissey
Lap 1: 19.554
Lap 2: 19.282
Best: 19.282
P1 – so far
2:03
44 – Mike Egan
Lap 1: 19.749
Lap 2: 19.661
Best: 19.661
2:02
50 – Mike Carlson
Best: 19.460
2:02
52 – Chris Wimmer
Lap 1: 19.677
Lap 2: 19.313
Best: 19.313
2:00
52 – Chad Walen
Lap 1: 20.000
Lap 2: 19.494
Best: 19.494
1:59
We are underway.
1:59
We are about a minute away from qualifying for tonight’s Dick Trickle “99”. Top 16 are locked into the triple 33-lap event.
1:58
RE Suspension in Mooresville, NC presents today’s coverage of practice and qualifying of day two of the Oktoberfest Race Weekend at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. RE Suspension was founded in 2003 to provide racers across the country with an option for quality, cutting edge resources for their suspension needs. Their dedicated sales team is always ready to provide racers from all series with the best service available for their shocks, springs and brakes. RE Suspension continues to grow with manufacturers such as Advanced Racing Suspension, PRO Shocks, Swift Springs and Eibach, plus they maintain a heavy inventory of Penske, Ohlins, AFCO, Bilstein shocks, and Hyperco Springs; as well as their own superior line of bump stops and suspension tools. The RE Suspension online shopping center atwww.resuspension.com makes ordering easy from anywhere in the country, or call 704-664-2277.
1:49
Car Counts for today, based on those who registered by the time we received the list.

Great American Sportsmen – 39
Midwestern Dash – 18
Super Late Models – 65
Midwest Trucks – 23

1:40
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
1:39
Midwest Trucks have ended their practice. Midwestern Dash are out for their final session. Super Lates are lining up in the staging area for qualifying.
1:32
Jerry Wood is hoping for another Midwest Truck Tour title tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:29
Chad Knaus is looking for a Fest win. No this isn’t the same one. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:29
Chad Knaus is looking for a Fest win. No this isn’t the same one. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:29
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.
1:26
Practice has ended for the Super Lates. Their tech line is now open for pre-qualifying tech.
1:17
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.
1:17
Past Dick Trickle “99” Winners

2007 – Steve Holzhausen
2008 – Nathan Haseleu
2009 – Chris Weinkauf
2010 – Dan Fredrickson
2011 – Neil Knoblock
2012 – Skylar Holzhausen

1:13
Nathan Haseleu is a past Trickle 99 winner. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:10
Ty Majeski is looking for another Fest win. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:07
44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend
Dick Trickle “99”
Entry List (65)

0 Ryan De Stefano
01 Claire Decker
1 Nick Barstad
2 Clint Sillars
03 Paige Decker
3 Tim Rothe
5 Derek Lemke
6 Ryan Wolke
7 Don “Thunder” Turner
9 Mark Kraus
11 Bobby Kendall
12 Nick Murgic
14 Brandon Hill
15 Dean LaPointe
18 Mike Ehde
19 Dan Lensing
21 Tim Schendel
22 Nick Panitzke
23 Ryan Hinner
25 Jeff Storm
26 Mark Lamereaux
28 Matt Goede
34 Maxwell Schultz
36 Dan Fredrickson
39 Andrew Morrissey
40 Jeremy Lepak
44 Mike Egan
46 Jason Drummer
50 Mike Carlson
52 Chris Wimmer
62 John Heath
63 Gary LaMonte
64 Mike Olson
66 Steve Carlson
70 Neil Knoblock
71 Matt Pyburn
72 Jacob Goede
75 Chris Weinkauf
77 Greg VanGool
78 Skylar Holzhausen
80 Monte Gress
81 Bryan Syer-Keske
82 J. Herbst
87 Colin Reffner
91 Ty Majeski
97 Steve Holzhausen
98 Brandon Selle
99 Frank Kreyer
119 Dalton Zehr
01s Ed Szelegowski Jr.
15w Bret Widdis
21w Jason Weinkauf
52w Chad Walen
5m Jeremy Miller
5s Travis Sauter
64m Griffin McGrath
66h Dan Heying
75t Joel Theisen
7b Kelsey Bauer
7d Erik Darnell
82m Nathan Matz
87H Nathan Haseleu
8m Billy Mohn
99r Bryan Roach
99s Tim Sauter

1:01
RE Suspension in Mooresville, NC presents today’s coverage of practice and qualifying of day two of the Oktoberfest Race Weekend at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. RE Suspension was founded in 2003 to provide racers across the country with an option for quality, cutting edge resources for their suspension needs. Their dedicated sales team is always ready to provide racers from all series with the best service available for their shocks, springs and brakes. RE Suspension continues to grow with manufacturers such as Advanced Racing Suspension, PRO Shocks, Swift Springs and Eibach, plus they maintain a heavy inventory of Penske, Ohlins, AFCO, Bilstein shocks, and Hyperco Springs; as well as their own superior line of bump stops and suspension tools. The RE Suspension online shopping center atwww.resuspension.com makes ordering easy from anywhere in the country, or call 704-664-2277.
1:01
Super Lates are back out for a 15 minute session then will go right to the scale for pre-tech qualifying. Qualifying will start at 2pm.
12:55
We were just handed the entry list for today’s Dick Trickle 99. Give us a few minutes and we will post it.
12:54
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.
12:52
Great Northern Sportsmen Series always provide great side-by-side action. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:49
Ryan Gutknecht went for a spin in turn two. Was able to get it going in the right direction and we are back to green.
12:39
Also, just got word that the Super Lates will be the first cars to qualify at 2pm.
12:39
Practice has ended for the Midwestern Dash Series. The Great Northern Sportsman Series is next out for practice.
12:36
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
12:33
John Radtke is a La Crosse regular. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:32
Phil Malouf is a hot shoe from Central Wisconsin. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:31
Kyle Stark almost won the Double-O race last night. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:25
Practice session over the Big 8 Series. The Midwestern Dash Series is up next. These are 4-cylinders cars that race as American Short Trackers at Rockford Speedway and International class at Jefferson Speedway.
12:21
Dale Nottestad is one point behind going into their race tomorrow. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:21
Casey Johnson has a one-point lead over Dale Nottestad in the Big 8 Series standings. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:15
Racing Electronics has been in the racing business for over 20 years. What began as a hobby in a condo in 1988 has grown to become the #1 Company in Race Communications Worldwide. Look around at any major racing event & you’ll see Racing Electronics everywhere helping their loyal customers – professional and amateur, racer or race fan. Racing Electronics… See Us At The Track! For more, visitwww.racingelectronics.com or call 1.800.272.7111
12:14
All they lost was practice time earlier in the day.
12:14
They are still on schedule for today.
12:14
Comment From Nichole 

Has the schedule of events for the day changed at all with the rain delay of earlier practice? Please and thanks 🙂

12:14
Comment From ARCAMT Race Fan 

Hello Speed 51! So nice to have you up on my screen! Totally lost without your coverage!! Without you, it’s hard to follow our favorite drivers, recognize their sponsors, support the series and feel like we are still part of the action. Hard to believe you don’t have tracks everywhere fighting for your coverage! What a way to build loyalty to the sport we love! Thanks Speed 51! Even when I am at the track, you are up on my smart phone… the live timing and field rundowns are PRICELESS!

12:13
Michael Beamish spins to avoid as Schissel pulls away. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:12
Schissel spins on the frontstretch. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:10
Morgan Schissl made contact with the outside wall. Michael Beamish spun to avoid. All were able to continue.
12:08
Big 8 cars are on track now for their practice session.
12:01
Checkered flag has fallen on this practice session for the Super Late Models. The Big 8 Series cars will get the track next for practice.
11:59
RE Suspension in Mooresville, NC presents today’s coverage of practice and qualifying of day two of the Oktoberfest Race Weekend at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. RE Suspension was founded in 2003 to provide racers across the country with an option for quality, cutting edge resources for their suspension needs. Their dedicated sales team is always ready to provide racers from all series with the best service available for their shocks, springs and brakes. RE Suspension continues to grow with manufacturers such as Advanced Racing Suspension, PRO Shocks, Swift Springs and Eibach, plus they maintain a heavy inventory of Penske, Ohlins, AFCO, Bilstein shocks, and Hyperco Springs; as well as their own superior line of bump stops and suspension tools. The RE Suspension online shopping center atwww.resuspension.com makes ordering easy from anywhere in the country, or call 704-664-2277.
11:57
Just a few minutes remaining in the open Super Late Model practice. Bryan Roach, Erik Darnell, Dan Lensing, Billy Mohn, Ross Kenseth, Chad Walen, Jeremy Miller, Mike Egan, Gary LaMonte, and Nathan Matz are on track.
11:55
Defending Oktoberfest 100 winner Travis Sauter. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:52
James Swan (Speed51.com Photo)
11:52
Comment From Jim Swan 

Hey Speed51! Glad your here! Ready to watch #97 James Swan, from Summerville, SC

11:47
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11:47
Track is back open for the Super Lates. Chris Wimmer, Nick Panitzke, Bryan Roach, Tim Sauter, Travis Volm, Neil Knoblock, Frank Kreyer, Brandon Hill, Jeremy Lepak, Joel Theisen, Mike Ehde, James Swan, Greg Van Gool, Matt Goede are on track.
11:41
Red flag is out for the for the crossover. Super Lates will get one more session until the top of the hour.
11:40
The #62 car of John Heath just went for a spin on the frontstretch and was able to not hit the inside wall.
11:40
Super Lates are still on track for their practice session. This is open for those who are competing in the Dick Trickle “99” tonight and the ARCA Midwest Tour’s Oktoberfest 100 this weekend. At 12:45pm, the track will just be open for those competing tonight.
11:35
Ross Kenseth doing a little testing for the ARCA Midwest Tour Oktoberfest 100. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:34
Kelsey Bauer (7), Jeremy Lepak (40) and Tim Sauter (99). (Speed51.com Photo)
11:24
Speed51.com is pleased to be a media partner for this weekend’s coverage of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend. Oktoberfest promoters asked us to be a part their unique way to bring their event to the Internet audience that cannot be here to see it in person. As part of our partnership, Speed51.com will provide its popular Trackside Now coverage for practice and qualifying each day. When it comes to the races, the coverage will be turned over to the event’s local television partner KQEG-TV who is providing live Internet Pay Per View (PPV) coverage each day. The cost is $17.95 a day to watch the live video coverage. Speed51.com is not responsible for the live PPV coverage. We hope you enjoy this unique experience of this famous short track event.
11:22
Practice will continue until 1:55pm today. Qualifying will start at 2:00pm with racing scheduled to get underway at 5pm today.
11:20
Red flag is over the track at the moment to allow pit crew and others crossover to and from the infield. They do this every 20 minutes. We should be back to practice shortly.
11:19
Comment From Lenny 

Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

11:19
Griffin McGrath has been a fast qualifier in the past at Fest. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:18
Frank Kreyer (99) and Dean LaPointe (15) (Speed51.com Photo)
11:17
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11:15
Interesting note on Don “Thunder” Turner. With his appearance here today, he is the only driver to have competed at all Oktoberfest Race Weekend events.
11:15
Don “Thunder” Turner (7) and Gary LaMonte (63) (Speed51.com Photo)
11:10
Comment From Christian 

PPV was great last night

11:09
Comment From Christian 

Hope Mother Nature is done for the rest the day/night!

11:09
Comment From David Schiferl 

Watching again from Easley S.C. Rooting for the Redline Speedsports teams. 7-11 Travis Volm and 21 Jason Weinkauf.

11:01
Pits are busy this morning. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:01
Jeff Storm (left) talks to Johnny Sauter (right). (Speed51.com Photo)
11:00
Super lates are lining up now in the staging area to get on the track for their first practice session. Unfortunately, they do not use electronic timing/scoring so we will not have practice times to pass along to you.
10:59
The Great Northern Sportsman Series, Midwest Truck Tour and Midwestern Dash Series is also in action.
10:59
Today, the Super Late Models will be in action with the seventh annual Dick Trickle “99”. We were just told that there are 64 entries for this event.
10:54
RE Suspension in Mooresville, NC presents today’s coverage of practice and qualifying of day two of the Oktoberfest Race Weekend at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. RE Suspension was founded in 2003 to provide racers across the country with an option for quality, cutting edge resources for their suspension needs. Their dedicated sales team is always ready to provide racers from all series with the best service available for their shocks, springs and brakes. RE Suspension continues to grow with manufacturers such as Advanced Racing Suspension, PRO Shocks, Swift Springs and Eibach, plus they maintain a heavy inventory of Penske, Ohlins, AFCO, Bilstein shocks, and Hyperco Springs; as well as their own superior line of bump stops and suspension tools. The RE Suspension online shopping center atwww.resuspension.com makes ordering easy from anywhere in the country, or call 704-664-2277.
10:52
We had a delay for rain this morning, but that has stopped and track drying efforts are underway. Great Northern Sportsmen cars are on track going about 75% throttle helping to get the track ready for the rest of the day and night.
10:51
Good morning from La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway and day two of the 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend.
10:48
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