10:40
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.
10:39
Also special thanks to Al-Kul Performance Radiators for sponsoring night one and the upcoming three nights of the Wisconsin Grand Slam Weekend. Tomorrow, we will see you at State Park Speedway in Wausau, Wisconsin for day one of the Larry Detjens Memorial. The Big 8 Series and Midwest Truck Tour will be in action.
10:38
Again congratulations to Steve Holzhausen on winning the White Knight 99+1.
10:37
This will conclude our coverage from Marshfield Motor Speedway. If anything changes with the results, we will update them on our Facebook and Twitter accounts.
10:36
Comment From BigBlockBob 

Seen Holzhausen winning 30 years ago! Congrats Steve- thanks for getting one for us old guys.

10:35
Comment From cecil 

ty for the coverage speed51 and congrets to steve and we miss u Dick. great run for rich bickle

10:35
Adam Eckes will take home the Xtreme 4 feature.
10:35
White Knight 99+1
Unofficial Finish

1. 97 – Steve Holzhausen
2. 89 – Tim Schendel
3. 71 – Mark Eswein
4. 58 – Cardell Potter
5. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
6. 91 – Ty Majeski
7. 76 – Jason Weinkauf
8. 14 – Eugene Gregorich Jr.
9. 119 – Dalton Zehr
10. 45 – Erin Schlough
11. 87 – Colin Reffner
12. 21 – Brian Goodwin
13. 7 – Don “Thunder” Turner
14. 80 – Monte Gress
15. 79 – Dan Lindsley
16. 1 – Tim Hintz
17. 66 – Tanner Bohlen
18. 85 – Kirby Kurth
19. 15 – Dean LaPointe
20. 01 – Claire Decker
21. 03 – Paige Decker
22. 23 – Ryan Hinner
23. 38 – Joe Pontibrand
24. 18 – Frank Nitzke
25. 16 – Steve Apel
26. 22 – Ben Pettis
27. 15 – Shane Smiley
28. 7 – Travis Dassow
29. 13 – Cody Smiley
30. 33 – Jack Greenwood
31. 28 – Wayne Cottrell

10:29
Please give us a minute as we just got the full field rundown.
10:28
Comment From BigBlockBob 

I sure miss racing in WI. Gots to love a Thursday night show. Thank you Speed51.

10:28
Comment From Noble 

Thanks for the coverage!!!! Good run Bickle

10:28
Comment From Mike 

Congrats Steve!! Keep it going at Wausau on Saturday. See ya there.

10:28
Comment From David 

Thanks Speed51.com and good night from South Carolina.

10:28
Comment From 83andJoe 

Steve Holzhausen…now there’s a name to take me back to my youth watching the ASA on TNN. Congrats Steve!

10:24
Comment From Lenny

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

10:24
Comment From BigBlockBob

forgot to mention, Dick was known as the Purple Knight before he became the White Knight, lol

10:23
He passes along a hug to you
10:23
Comment From Siera

Go Daddy! Aka Steve Holzhausen!

10:22
Top three (Speed51.com Photo)
10:22
Tim Schendel is second (Speed51.com Photo)
10:21
Holzhausen in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:21
Holzhausen in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:15
We are going trackside
10:15
CHECKERED: Holzhausen wins with Schendel in second. Eswein, Potter and Bickle round out your top five.
10:14
WHITE FLAG: The veteran is looking stout at Marshfield.
10:14
2 to go: Holzhausen has nothing in front of him.
10:14
3 to go: Holzhausen has a comfortable lead over Schendel
10:14
4 to go: Majeski who spun earlier, has recover and is battling for sixth with Weinkauf.
10:13
5 to go for Steve Holzhausen. He is looking for third win in a row here at Marshfield.
10:13
7 to go: Eswein has third with Potter in fourth and Bickle in fifth.
10:12
9 to go: Bickle on the outside of Potter for fourth. Car goes high in turn two. Potter holds for now.
10:12
11 to go: Holzhausen and Schendel have broken away. Holzhausne has about five car lengths on Schendel. Eswien in third and here comes Bickle.
10:11
12 to go: Schendel is trying to find a line in the corners to stay within reach of Holzhausen.
10:11
14 to go: Holzhausen, Schendel. Potter on the inside of Eswein for third.
10:10
GREEN: Holzhausen gets away and Schendel follows.
10:09
One to go at the line.
10:09
Eswein goes to the outside of Schendel for this restart. Potter will start behind Schendel.
10:09
15 laps to go according to scoreboard

Holzhausen
Schendel
Potter
Eswein
Weinkauf
Gregorich
Majeski
Bickle
Reffner
Goodwin
Zehr
Schlough
Gress
Turner
Kurth
LaPointe
Lindsley
Hintz
Bohlen
S. Smiley
C. Decker

These are all on track.

10:07
Ryan Hinner may have been involved as well. He appears to have driven away and came to a stop outside of turn three. He is going off on the hook.
10:06
All four were able to drive away.
10:06
CAUTION: LAP 84: Big pileup in turns one and two. Lindsley, Paige Decker, Claire Decker, and Shane Smiley involved.
10:04
Lap 83: Schendel will hold on to second with potter in third. Eswein holds off fourth from Weinkauf.
10:04
GREEN:Holzhausen gets away while Schendel and Potter battle for second.
10:03
Lights are off on the pace car.
10:02
They do the Delaware double file restart here at Marshfield, where the leader starts out front by themselves with it two by two behind them.
10:02
The cone is out. Lap cars will not double file.
9:59
According to the scoreboard, there is 18 laps to go.

Holzhausen
Schendel
Eswein
Potter
Weinkauf
Gregorich
Reffner
Majeski
Zehr
Bickle
Hinner
Goodwin
Schlough
C. Decker
Gress
P. Decker

These appear to be on the lead lap.

9:57
CAUTION LAP 81: Turner spins in turn four.
9:57
Lap 80:
Holzhausen
Schendel
Eswein
Potter
Weinkauf
Gregorich
Reffner
Majeski
Zehr
Bickle
9:56
Lap 79: Schendel has opened is lead on Eswein who is in third. Big separation back to Potter in fourth.
9:55
Lap 76: Holzhausen has cleared the lap traffic for now, but will come up on some more in a few laps. He opens back up his lead over Schendel.
9:54
Lap 74: Holzhausen is being patient working around the lap traffic. Schendel has gained some ground, but the veteran is probably not sweating.
9:53
Lap 70:
Holzhausen
Schendel
Eswein
Potter
Weinkauf
Reffner
Gregorich
Majeski
Zehr
Bickle
Hinner
Goodwin
9:52
Lap 69: Holzhausen is closing in on a big field of lapped cars. They will need to sort it out so he can get by them.
9:52
Lap 67: Eswein appears to be closing in on Schendel, only three car lengths separate them.
9:51
Lap 63: Holzhausen opens up to a ten car length lead. Good even separation among the top seven.
9:50
Lap 60:
Holzhausen
Schendel
Eswein
Potter
Weinkauf
Reffner
Gregorich
Majeski
Zehr
Bickle
Goodwin
Hinner
Turner
C.Decker
9:49
Lap 58: Cardell Potter looks like they made some good adjustments as he has caught up to Eswein and may challenge for third.
9:48
Lap 55: Holzhausen has about seven car lengths on Schendel. There is about the same from Schendel to Eswein. Potter in fourth, Weinkauf in fifth. Reffner back to sixth.
9:47
Lap 52; Holzhausen, Schendel, Eswein, Reffner. Potter on the inside of Weinkauf for fifth.
9:47
Lap 51: As if he was shot out of a cannon off of turn two. Holzhausen goes to the lead.
9:46
GREEN IS BACK OUT. Holzhausen not wasting time as he gets alongside Schendel in one and two.
9:45
Actually it appears that Schendel will start out front on his own. Eswein and Holzhausen in row two. This will be interesting either way.
9:44
One to go…front row is Schendel and Holzhausen. Eswein elected to start on the inside.
9:43
Comment From BigBlockBob 

saw Johnny Boegman run many a night at Elko back in the day and it was always SO cool to have the White and Blue Knights show up for the big races!

9:42
Field is rolling, they are checking the lineup. Cone is coming out for the field to choose their lane.
9:41
Comment From Guest 

Go Cardell!!

9:41
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.
9:40
Field is beginning to roll on the track.
9:38
Comment From brandyn 

Thanks for coverage speed51. Go jason

9:38
Time is up and the crews are leaving their cars.
9:37
Comment From Brian P. 

Go Bickle

9:37
Comment From Guest 

50 laps to go after the break and Bickle is in 11th? Plenty of time for another top 3 finish

9:37
Comment From Cajun 

Steve you got this buddy

9:37
Comment From Taylor 

Go Daddy Go! (Tim Schendel)

9:36
Just got word that Ben Pettis is done for the night. They have a rear end issue and it is leaking fluid.
9:35
Three minutes to go in the break.
9:35
The Black Knight was John Boegman. Usually a tough answer to a tough short track racing trivia question.
9:34
It’s really cool to have a race in honor of Dick Trickle where he was known as the “White Knight” during a SuperAmerica promotion. The “Blue Knight” is here tonight and is helping his grandson. That is Tom Reffner.
9:31
Comment From Hunter Steinhoff 

You can do this tim

9:31
Comment From wendi 

Go Jason weinkauf from team 75 VDG RACING

9:31
Comment From Andy B 

Go Ty #91!!!

9:31
Comment From Guest 

Go Weinkauf

9:31
Schendel leads with Eswein in second. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:31
Holzhausen said the car isn’t bad, but not exactly where he wants it to be.
9:30
Pit crews making adjustments. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:29
Schendel says his car is pretty good. But he knows that he may battle Holzhausen later on.
9:28
Comment From Cajun 

Go holzhausen!

9:28
Comment From Lenny 

Go Schendel and the Decker Sisters

9:28
Comment From Jeff 

GO Steve Holzhausen!!!

9:28
Field rundown
Schendel
Eswein
Holzhausen
Reffner
Weinkauf
Potter
Hinner
Pettis
Nitzke
Zehr
Bickle
Gregorich
Majeski
Turner
Gress
C. Decker
Goodwin
LaPointe
Lindsley
Dassow
P. Decker
Kurth
S. Smiley
Hintz
Apel
Bohlen

Sorry I am missing a few. Doing this visually.

9:24
Comment From Hunter Steinhoff 

Come on tim

9:24
The caution flies as it appears we are having a competition yellow. The pit crews are waiting at the end of the pits to come out to their cars.
9:23
Lap 50: Schendel, Eswein, Holzhausen, Reffner, Weinkauf, Potter,Hinner
9:23
Lap 48: Schendel is coming up on heavy lap traffic. With the progressive banking in the corners, he should get by them.
9:22
Lap 45: Weinkauf is in fourth, check that he just got passed quickly by Reffner going into three.
9:21
Lap 44: Schendle has a comfortable lead back to Eswein. About six car lengths separate Eswein from Holzhausen.
9:20
Lap 41: Field is pretty much in single file all around the half-mile oval.
9:20
Lap 40: Schendel, Eswein, Holzhausen, Reffner, Potter, Hinner, Pettis, Zehr
9:19
Lap 67: Holzhausen is showing why many want to name this track after him. Goes by Weinkauf and is in third.
9:19
Lap 36: Schendel gets away while Eswein wins the battle for second. Weinkauf is third and Holzhausen is in fourth.
9:18
Lap 34: Schendel leads while Weinkauf and Eswein battle for second. Holzhausen up to fourth. Reffner and Potter battle for fifth.
9:17
Green is back out. Schendel gets a good run while Weinkauf and Eswein battle for second.
9:16
Some are a lap or more down. Again, with no timing and scoring…can’t say exactly who.
9:16
68 laps to go.
Schendel
Eswein
Reffner
Weinkauf
Holzhausen
Potter
Hinner
Zehr
Pettis
Turner
Nitzke
Gress
Bickle
Gregorich
Dassow
P. Decker
LaPointe
Majeski
C.Decker
Goodwin
Schlough
Lindsley
Hintz
Kurth
Pontibrand
S. Smiley
Apel
Bohlen
9:13
Tanner Bohlen makes a stop in the pits for adjustments and rolls back out.
9:13
This is Steve Apel’s first ever visit to Marshfield Motor Speedway. Never been here before as a competitor nor a fan.
9:12
CAUTION LAP 33: Steve Apel goes for a spin in turn two.
9:11
Lap 31: Schendel, Eswein, Reffner, Weinkauf, Holzhausen, Potter, Hinner, Zehr, Pettis.
9:11
Lap 29: Schendel opens up to a 15 car length lead over Eswein. Reffner in third with Weinkauf in fourth. Holzhausen is moving. Goes by Potter for fifth.
9:10
Lap 27: Potter has the edge on Hinner on the outside while Holzhausen waits. Potter gets the spot and Holzhausen is passing Hinner for sixth.
9:09
Lap 25: Battle for fifth could get interesting as Hinner, Potter and Holzhausen are battling for the position.
9:09
Lap 24: Weinkauf moves to third. Hinner is in fifth with Potter in sixth.
9:08
Lap 22: Schendel beginning to stretch is lead over Eswein. Weinkauf on the inside of Reffner for third going into three.
9:08
Lap 20: Schendel, Eswein, Reffner, Weinkauf, Hinner, Potter, Turner, Zehr, Holzhausen, Pettis
9:07
Lap 18: Eswein peaks to the inside of Schendel in turns one and two but Schendel gets a run off of two to keep the lead.
9:06
Lap 16: Reffner goes to third as he goes by Turner. Weinkauf and Hinner are trying to follow.
9:06
Lap 14: Schendel leads with Eswein in second and Turner in third. Reffner in fourth. Hinner looking for fifth from Gress.
9:05
GREEN: Schendel gets a good run on Eswein and goes back to the lead from the double file restart.
9:04
Our view was blocked to see if he got help.
9:04
Comment From todd 

did he spin on his own or did he have help

9:03
OK…lineup is changed on the scoreboard
Schendel
Eswein
Turner
Gress
Reffner
9:02
We have 87 laps to go, the scoreboard is showing that Turner is still the leader, but waiting to see if that will be changed. Majeski goes to the pits for a lookover and is back out.
9:00
CAUTION Lap 13: Majeski spins on the frontstretch.
9:00
Lap 12: Three wide for the lead out of two. Schendel goes inside on Turner and Gress and becomes the new leader.
8:59
Lap 10: Turner, Schendel, Gress, Eswein, and Majeski are your top five.
8:59
Lap 8: Turner has the lead by half a car length as Gress goes to second. Schendel is third and looking for second.
8:58
Lap 6: Still side by side for the lead. Majeski in third. Schendel is fourth and Eswein is looking for fifth from Zehr.
8:57
Lap 5: Gress on the outside and Turner on the inside as they battle for the top spot.
8:57
Lap 4: Gress and Turner are side-by-side for the lead.Majeski goes to third. Decker in fourth and Zehr in fifth.
8:57
Lap 2: Gress gets the lead from Decker. But that doesn’t last long as Turner goes to the inside of Gress off of turn two and the battle is on.
8:56
GREEN: Gress and Decker battle off of turn four.
8:55
This race is dedicated to central Wisconsin’s very own Dick Trickle. The original “White Knight” lived south of here in Wisconsin Rapids. Dick…this is for you.
8:55
Field has warmed up their tires. Should see one to go next time by.
8:54
Comment From Jared 

Lets go 16!!!

8:54
28
8:54
Comment From 83andJoe 

What’s Wade Cutrell’s car #?

8:53
The field does their wave lap. Jerry, the chief stewart at Marshfield uses a big foam hand to let the drivers know, and he gives the inside line a high five as they rolled by.
8:51
Comment From FREDDY 

GO RICH BICKLE

8:51
The field of 31 is rolling. Wade Cutrell is a late entry for this race.
8:50
Comment From Jim Swan 

Again you guys are doing a great job! Thank you!

8:50
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.
8:50
The command has been given and the engines are fired.
8:49
Comment From 83andJoe 

It’s gonna be an awesome race night tonight. If only it was Unending Days of Summer instead of 51!

8:48
State Park Speedway’s second round of the their Triple X Challenge Series will be the Larry Detjen’s Memorial on July 26-27. The race honors a true hero who lost his life in a racing accident. The two days of racing will feature Super Late Models, Big 8 Series, Trucks and more. For more information, please visit www.stateparkspeedway.com.
8:47
After the race, we will head down and get a few victory lane photos and work on getting a full field rundown.
8:45
Comment From Steve 

Go grab another win Paige

8:45
Comment From badgerboy 

Speed51.com helping out us 2nd shifters again tonight!!! Thank you so much

8:43
Starting field (Speed51.com Photo)
8:40
White Knight 99+1
Starting Lineup

1 80 Monte Gress
2 03 Paige Decker
3 7 Don “Thunder” Turner
4 119 Dalton Zehr
5 7 Travis Dassow
6 71 Mark Eswein
7 89 Tim Schendel
8 91 Ty Majeski
9 14 Eugene Gregorich Jr.
10 22 Ben Pettis
11 58 Cardell Potter
12 87 Colin Reffner
13 23 Ryan Hinner
14 97 Steve Holzhausen
15 45 Erin Schlough
16 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
17 76 Jason Weinkauf
18 18 Frank Nitzke
19 16 Steve Apel
20 21 Brian Goodwin
21 15 Dean LaPointe
22 1 Tim Hintz
23 66 Tanner Bohlen
24 79 Dan Lindsley
25 01 Claire Decker
26 85 Kirby Kurth
27 38 Joe Pontibrand
28 13 Cody Smiley
29 15 Shane Smiley
30 33 Jack Greenwood

8:39
Comment From badgerboy 

Let’s go get ’em tonight Bickle!!!

8:38
Comment From 83andJoe 

Go get ’em Rich Bickle!

8:35
Randy Polansky has a commanding lead in the Bandit feature with three laps to go.
8:28
Comment From todd 

119 Dalton Zehr

8:28
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.
8:27
Comment From matt 

pullin for the lindsley #79

8:27
White Knight 99+1
Starting Lineup

1 80 Monte Gress
2 3 Paige Decker
3 7 Don “Thunder” Turner
4 119 Dalton Zehr
5 7 Travis Dassow
6 71 Mark Eswein
7 89 Tim Schendel
8 91 Ty Majeski
9 14 Eugene Gregorich Jr.
10 22 Ben Pettis
11 58 Cardell Potter
12 87 Colin Reffner
13 23 Ryan Hinner
14 97 Steve Holzhausen
15 45 Erin Schlough
16 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
17 76 Jason Weinkauf
18 18 Frank Nitzke
19 16 Steve Apel
20 21 Brian Goodwin
21 15 Dean LaPointe
22 1 Tim Hintz
23 66 Tanner Bohlen
24 79 Dan Lindsley
25 1 Claire Decker
26 85 Kirby Kurth
27 38 Joe Pontibrand
28 13 Cody Smiley
29 15 Shane Smiley
30 33 Jack Greenwood

8:26
Extreme 4 heat winners were Steve Hauser and Adam Eckes.
8:13
The top 14 will be inverted for the White Knight 99+1.
8:10
We are trying to find out the lineup for the feature.
8:10
After these two heats, there will be a short intermission followed by a 15-lap Bandit Feature then the White Knight 99+1 and the Xtreme 4’s 20-lap feature.
8:04
The Xtreme-4’s heats are on track now.
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.
8:03
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.
8:02
Ben Pettis wins the fast heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:02
Comment From Kevin 

congrats Jason of team Vanderqeest on your heat win

8:01
CHECKERED: Pettis wins. Holzhausen gets second from Hinner. Potter is fourth with Gregorich in fifth. Reffner rounds out the field.
8:01
WHITE: Pettis has a comfortable lead. Holzhausen looking to take second from Hinner.
8:00
Lap 6: Battle is for fourth between Potter on the inside of Gregorich.
8:00
Lap 5: Hinner goes to second, brings Steve Holzhausen with him. Gregorich back to fourth. But Potter is inside Hinner.
7:59
Lap 4: Pettis leads while Hinner battles Gregorich for second on the outside.
7:59
Lap 3: Pettis gets a good run on the top groove and goes to the lead.
7:59
Lap 2: Pettis comes back on the outside. Field is doubled up.
7:58
GREEN: Gregorich gets a good jump on Pettis going into turn one.
7:58
One to go at the line.
7:57
Super Late Model Heat #5

1. 14 – Eugene Gregorich Jr.
2. 22 – Ben Pettis
3. 58 – Cardell Potter
4. 87 – Colin Reffner
5. 23 – Ryan Hinner
6. 97 – Steve Holzhausen

7:56
Mark Eswein (Speed51.com Photo)
7:55
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.
7:55
CHECKERS: Eswein wins. Zehr holds on to second over Schendel. Turner, Dassow and Majeski.
7:54
WHITE: Eswein goes to the lead. Schendel to the inside of Zehr.
7:54
Lap 6: Eswein and Zehr are door handle to door handle for the lead.
7:53
Lap 5: Eswein gets a run on the inside of Zehr off of four. Battle for the lead.
7:53
Lap 4: Zehr leads, Eswein takes second. Schendel goes by Turner for third.
7:53
Lap 3: Zehr goes to the lead while Turner battles with Eswein for second.
7:52
Lap 2: Turner and Zehr still battle for the top spot. Eswein is in third, he and Schendel join the battle.
7:52
GREEN: Turner and Zehr battle for the lead.
7:51
Speed51.com will have Trackside Now coverage presented by Al-Kul Performance Radiators for those who cannot make it to State Park Speedway.
7:51
Comment From jessi 

Statepark larry dejetens mem this weekend! Whooohoooo

7:50
Super Late Model Heat #4 Lineup

1. 7 – Don “Thunder” Turner
2. 119 – Dalton Zehr
3. 7 – Travis Dassow
4. 71 – Mark Eswein
5. 89 – Tim Schendel
6. 91 – Ty Majeski

7:49
Jason Weinkauf (Speed51.com Photo)
7:48
CRA Racing Powered by JEGS “Night of Stars Twin 100’s” at Lucas Oil Raceway on Friday, July 26 will bring some of the biggest favorite drivers for the Midwest fans. Ken Schrader, Kenny Wallace, David Stremme and Fox Sports/Speed TV NASCAR reporter Bob Dillner will be on hand for this special event. There will be a meet and greet with the fans and twin 100-lap feature events for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance. For more information, visit www.cra-racing.com.
7:48
CHECKERED: Weinkauf, Nitzke, Schlough, Gress, Bickle, Decker. Gress gets by Bickle on the white flag lap.
7:47
WHITE: Jason Weinkauf with a big lead over Nitzke.
7:47
Lap 6: Gress makes another attempt, gets alongside Bickle, who is dealing with a major push.
7:47
Lap 5: Gress took a peak to the inside of Bickle in turns three and four, but backs up and stays fifth.
7:46
Lap 4: Field is strung out with about a car length between each other.
7:45
Lap 2: Weinkauf, Nitzke, Schlough, Bickle, Gress, Decker.
7:45
GREEN: Jason Weinkauf gets a good run out of two and will take the lead going into three.
7:44
One to go and we will get the third heat underway.
7:44
The third Gulf Coast Doubleheader weekend for the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco is set for July 26 and 27. The weekend kicks off with a combination event for the Southern Super Series and the Buddy’s Home Furnishings Blizzard Series at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway on Friday, July 26. The action shifts a few miles down Interstate 10 to Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway on Saturday, July 27, for the combination Southern Super Series and Miller Lite Series 125-lap feature. Daniel Hemric swept both ends of the Gulf Coast double last month, but who will take the checkered flags home from the Gulf Coast this time around? Find out July 26 and 27. For more details, visit www.southernsuperseries.com,www.5flagsspeedway.com and www.mobilespeedway.net.
7:43
Super Late Model Heat #3

1. 18 – Frank Nitzke
2. 76 – Jason Weinkauf
3. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
4. 45 – Erin Schlough
5. 80 – Monte Gress
6. 03 – Paige Decker

7:42
Tim Hintz goes to victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:42
CHECKERED: Goodwin tries the inside line but Hintz holds on to the win. LaPointe is third with Apel in fourth. Lindsley and Bohlen round out the field.
7:41
WHITE: Goodwin looks to the inside of Hintz
7:40
GREEN Lap 5: Hintz leads with Goodwin in second, LaPointe in third. Apel in fourth.
7:40
Officials are sending Lindsley to the lead. Hintz will get his leader spot back. One to go.
7:38
Lap 6: Hintz goes to the lead with Lindsley in second. But Lindsley gets into him in turn three and Hintz goes for a spin. Caution is out.
7:37
Lap 4: Hintz uses the outside line well and gets a run off of two. But Lindsley won’t let him go.
7:37
Lap 3: Hintz goes to second and chases down Lindsley to challenge for the lead. Hintz to the outside off of four.
7:36
Lap 2: Lindsley pulls away while Bohlen has Hintz on his inside for second.
7:36
GREEN: Lindsley gets a good run into three and comes out of four as the leader.
7:34
Kirby Kurth in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:33
Late Model Heat #2 Lineup

1. 79 – Dan Lindsley
2. 66 – Tanner Bohlen
3. 1 – Tim Hintz
4. 15 – Dean LaPointe
5. 21 – Brian Goodwin
6. 16 – Steve Apel

7:32
CHECKERS: Kurth, Pontibrand, Shane Smiley, Claire Decker, Cody Smiley, Greenwood.
7:32
WHITE: Kurth has a big lead over Pontibrand.
7:31
Lap 5: Kurth gets around Pontibrand and he goes to the top of the leaderboard.
7:31
Lap 4: Pontibrand goes to the lead with Kurth right behind them. Kurth looks to the inside out of turn four.
7:30
Lap 3: Greenwood falls to the back. Shane Smiley has the lead but is being challenged on the outside by Pontibrand.
7:30
Lap 2: Shane Smiley gets back on the outside of Greenwood to challenge for the top spot. 2×2 behind them.
7:30
GREEN: Jack Greenwood has the early lead out of turn four.
7:29
Super Late Model Heat #1

1. 33 – Jack Greenwood
2. 15 – Shane Smiley
3. 13 – Cody Smiley
4. 38 – Joe Pontibrand
5. 85 – Kirby Kurth
6. 01 – Claire Decker

7:25
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 visit www.evergreenspeedway.com.
7:23
Polansky drives to an easy win in the Bandit heat.
7:23
Randy Polansky has a big lead in the six-lap heat with two to go.
7:22
Racing action is underway with the Bandit heat.
7:17
Tonight’s racing schedule (little behind due to weather)

HEATS – BANDITS – 6 LAPS, SUPER LATE MODEL – 8 LAPS, X-TREME 4-CYLINDERS – 8 LAPS

INTERMISSION (15 MINUTES)

FEATURES – BANDITS – 15 LAPS, SUPER LATE MODELS – 100 LAPS, X-TREME 4-CYLINDERS – 20 LAPS

7:15
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7:15
Opening ceremonies are about wrapped up. Track announcer Curt Keene is interviewing tonight’s fast qualifiers Steve Holzhausen and Adam Eckes.
7:11
(Speed51.com Photo)
7:09
If the official scorers provide that, we will.
7:09
Comment From 83andJoe 

Saw where there’s no live timing and scoring – will the final results include laps completed by car despite this, or just a rundown?

7:08
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.
7:07
Comment From circletrack 

Lets go 58

7:07
The call has been made from the pits asking all teams to the pit wall for tonight’s opening ceremonies. This is a tradition at Marshfield where the teams line up in formation for the National Anthem and innvocation.
7:05
Sorry, there is no audio.
7:05
Comment From todd 

is there going to be any audio feed for this event

7:03
Thanks…we just saw that as well.
7:02
Comment From 83andJoe 

Jim Sauter Jr. just posted on Facebook that he’s out for the evening with a busted rear end.

6:56
Sun is back out at Marshfield. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:56
Comment From Noble 

Lets go Bickle!!!!

6:55
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 visit www.berlinraceway.com.
6:54
The 4-cylinder cars are on track to help with the track drying. The sun is all over the track and we are seeing some blue skies. Radar is showing nothing coming to the area at this time. Looks good for tonight. If you are nearby, head on out!
6:51
(Speed51.com Photo)
6:51
Anyone seen this on a Dodge Challenger? Bet this will bring memories.
6:42
Comment From Gary

We even get to see a double Rainbow. Now that’s what I call great coverage.

6:40
(Speed51.com Photo)
6:39
Got a double rainbow behind turns one and two. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:36
We have another small shower passing over the track. There is more precipitation in turns one and two. Sun is already out in three and four.
6:33
Thanks Michele…sorry to hear that.
6:33
Comment From Michele 

Frank Kreyer will not make it back to Marshfield, to much to change over on back up car

6:28
Comment From Chet 

Good job Colin Reffner and Ryan Hinner.

6:28
So far, it appears the light sprinkle is not affecting the track surface. They are trying to finish up qualifying for the other divisions and get rolling with opening ceremonies as fast as they can.
6:26
The pre-entry fee was $30 and raceday entry fee was $40.
6:25
Comment From Gary 

How many cars make the feature on time

6:25
We looked at the entry form and don’t have an answer. We do know that all cars will start the 100-lap event. The payout was set for a 43-car field. As part of their entry, each car received two Hoosier tires and two pit passes for today.
6:23
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.
6:22
We are starting to see sprinkles again. The 4-cylinder Bandits are still qualifying as a light sprinkle is starting to come over the track.
6:20
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.
6:17
Comment From Mike 

Go Cardell!

6:17
White Knight 99+1
Qualifying Results
1 97 Steve Holzhausen 17.990
2 23 Ryan Hinner 18.028
3 87 Colin Reffner 18.102
4 58 Cardell Potter 18.167
5 22 Ben Pettis 18.218
6 14 Eugene Gregorich Jr. 18.233
7 71 Mark Eswein 18.243
8 89 Tim Schendel 18.251
9 91 Ty Majeski 18.268
10 7 Travis Dassow 18.272
11 119 Dalton Zehr 18.297
12 7 Don “Thunder” Turner 18.318
13 3 Paige Decker 18.347
14 80 Monte Gress 18.361
15 45 Erin Schlough 18.416
16 45 Rich Bickle Jr. 18.449
17 76 Jason Weinkauf 18.467
18 18 Frank Nitzke 18.479
19 16 Steve Apel 18.488
20 21 Brian Goodwin 18.491
21 15 Dean LaPointe 18.497
22 1 Tim Hintz 18.533
23 66 Tanner Bohlen 18.574
24 79 Dan Lindsley 18.623
25 1 Claire Decker 18.626
26 85 Kirby Kurth 18.886
27 33 Jack Greenwood 19.139
28 38 Joe Pontibrand 19.139
29 13 Cody Smiley 20.065
30 15 Shane Smiley 20.097
31 51 Jim Sauter Jr. DNQ
32 99 Frank Kreyer DNQ
6:13
119 – Dalton Zehr
Lap 1: 18.603
Lap 2: 18.297
Best: 18.297
6:13
1 – Tim HIntz
Lap 1: 18.660
Lap 2: 18.533
Best: 18.533
6:12
01 – Claire Decker
Lap 1: 18.715
Lap 2: 18.626
Best: 18.626
6:11
03 – Paige Decker
Lap 1: 18.516
Lap 2: 18.347
Best: 18.347
6:10
7 – Travis Dassow
Lap 1: 18.410
Lap 2: 18.272
Best: 18.272
6:09
7 – Don “Thunder” Turner
Lap 1: 18.499
Lap 2: 18.318
Best: 18.318
6:08
13 – Cody Smiley
Lap 1: 20.841
Lap 2: 20.065
Best: 20.065
6:08
14 – Eugene Gregorich Jr.
Lap 1: 18.529
Lap 2: 18.233
Best: 18.233
6:07
15 – Shane Smiley
Lap 1: 21.093
Lap 2: 20.097
Best: 20.097
6:06
15 – Dean LaPointe
Lap 1: 18.508
Lap 2: 18.497
Best: 18.497
6:05
16 – Steve Apel
Lap 1: 18.766
Lap 2: 18.488
Best: 18.488
6:04
18 – Frank Nitzke
Lap 1: 18.667
Lap 2: 18.479
Best: 18.479
6:03
21 – Brian Goodwin
Lap 1: 18.829
Lap 2: 18.491
Best: 18.491
6:03
22 – Ben Pettis
Lap 1: 18.297
Lap 2: 18.218
Best: 18.218
6:01
23 – Ryan Hinner
Lap 1: 18.321
Lap 2: 18.028
Best: 18.028
6:01
33 – Jack Greenwood
Lap 1: 22.278
Lap 2: 21.003
Best: 21.003
6:00
38 – Shawn Majkzrak
Lap 1:
Lap 2: 19.139
Best: 19.139
5:59
45 – Erin Schlough
Lap 1: 18.450
Lap 2: 18.416
Best: 18.416
5:58
45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
Lap 1: 18.826
Lap 2: 18.449
Best: 18.449
5:55
Jim Sauter Jr. is the next car to come out to qualify. The report we are getting is that he broke a driveshaft heading out on track.
5:53
58 – Cardell Potter
Lap 1: 18.321
Lap 2: 18.167
Best: 18.167
5:52
66 – Tanner Bohlen
Lap 1: 18.788
Lap 2: 18.574
Best: 18.574
5:52
71 – Mark Eswein
Lap 1: 18.442
Lap 2: 18.243
Best: 18.243
5:51
76 – Jason Weinkauf
Lap 1: 18.605
Lap 2: 18.467
Best: 18.467
5:50
79 – Dan Lindsley
Lap 1: 18.753
Lap 2: 18.623
Best: 18.623
5:49
80 – Monte Gress
Lap 1: 18.616
Lap 2: 18.361
Best: 18.361
5:48
85 – Kirby Kurth
Lap 1: 19.045
Lap 2: 18.886
Best: 18.886
5:48
87 – Colin Reffner
Lap 1: 18.157
Lap 2: 18.102
Best: 18.102
5:46
89 – Tim Schendel
Lap 1: 18.267
Lap 2: 18.251
Best: 18.251
5:46
91 – Ty Majeski
Lap 1: 18.407
Lap 2: 18.268
Best: 18.268
5:45
97 – Steve Holzhausen
Lap 1: 18.085
Lap 2: 17.990
Best: 17.990
5:44
Qualifying is underway. Steve Holzhausen is the first car out
5:37
Looks like we are about to go Super Late Model Qualifying.
5:32
Comment From Jim Swan 

You know I’m here in SC! Thanks Speed51 for all the short track racing!

5:27
Super Late Models

01 Claire Decker
1 Brandon Selle
03 Paige Decker
7 Don “Thunder” Turner
7 Travis Dassow
13 Cody Smiley
14 Eugene Gregorich Jr.
15 Shane Smiley
15 Dean LaPointe
16 Steve Apel
18 Frank Nitzke
21 Brian Goodwin
22 Ben Pettis
23 Ryan Hinner
33 Jack Greenwood
38 Shawn Majkrzak
45 Rich Bickle Jr.
45 Erin Schlough
51 Jim Sauter Jr.
58 Cardell Potter
66 Tanner Bohlen
71 Mark Eswein
76 Jason Weinkauf
79 Dan Lindsley
80 Monte Gress
85 Kirby Kurth
87 Colin Reffner
89 Tim Schendel
91 Ty Majeski
97 Steve Holzhausen
99 Frank Kreyer
119 Dalton Zehr

One note…Frank Kreyer blew his engine in practice. He has left, not sure if he will return with a backup car tonight.

5:25
Super Late Models have been called to the qualifying tech line. First car in the tech area is Steve Holzhausen.
5:25
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
5:21
Track is dry and practice is underway for the Bandits.
5:19
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.
5:12
If you live in the area, we highly recommend coming out tonight. General admission is only $4.99 for ages 15 & up, $2.99 for ages 9-14, 8 and Under are FREE.
5:10
Starting to see dry grooves in the corners. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:08
Seeing progress. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:07
For many who are familiar at watching track drying efforts at your short track, you know the track is getting better when the safety officials pull off and just the race cars stay on the track. We are at that stage now at Marshfield Motor Speedway.
5:03
We are starting to see many dry spots over the track. Promoter Wayne Brevik told us that this track dries faster than other tracks he has seen in the area.
4:58
We had a shower pop up over the track about a half hour ago. It lasted about 10 minutes. Track safety workers and a few 4-cylinders are on track now to try to get it dry.
4:57
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.
4:56
Ryan Hinner in earlier practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:53
Track drying continues. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:52
Steve Apel (Speed51.com Photo)
4:51
Ty Majeski (Speed51.com Photo)
4:51
Rich Bickle Jr (Speed51.com Photo)
4:50
Frank Nitzke is a champion from Golden Sands Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:48
Track drying continues at Marshfield Motor Speedway after a small shower popped up over the track. It has stopped raining. Got a nice little breeze helping with the efforts.
4:47
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4:44
Comment From Jason

Grundy IL, we have 10 people here cheering for Potter

4:43
Where is everyone else from? We have Florida, South Carolina and Canada so far.
4:42
Wow thanks Eh!
4:42
Comment From Jesse

Commenting from even farther up north than you guys! CANADA EH!

4:40
Sun is trying to come out. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:40
Awesome! We appreciate them being our presenting sponsor this weekend. www.al-kul.com
4:39
Comment From David

Redline Speedsports. My brother owns Al-Kul!

4:39
Frank Kreyer and his hauler have left the track. We are not sure if he is done for the night or will return with another car. His wife Michele said their shop is about 1.5 hours away.
4:36
Comment From renopower

Sarasota, Florida is rooting for the Deckers

4:36
Thanks David for joining us from Easley. Who are you keeping an eye on today?
4:35
We saw a post earlier from Easley, SC. Thanks for joining us!
4:34
Where is everyone watching us from today?
4:32
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.
4:31
It appears the showers have stopped and the safety crew is quickly getting their small jet dryer and safety vehicles on track. They also have a sweeper to assist.
4:29
We just took a look at radar. This cell literally popped up over the track with no warning. We saw the time lapse and all of a sudden it was over us.
4:29
Currently under a rain delay. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:24
Clouds just opened up. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:18
Practice has ended for the Super Late Models. It is appearing we have a passing rain cloud going over the track now. We were just looking at radar, saw nothing near the track, looked up and see drops. We will hang on and hope this goes by quick.
4:12
(Speed51.com Photo)
4:11
If you are just joining us, welcome! If you live near Marshfield Motor Speedway, we are encouraging you to come to the track today. Check out the admission for today!
4:09
Super Late Models

01 Claire Decker
1 Brandon Selle
03 Paige Decker
7 Don “Thunder” Turner
7 Travis Dassow
13 Cody Smiley
14 Eugene Gregorich Jr.
15 Shane Smiley
15 Dean LaPointe
16 Steve Apel
18 Frank Nitzke
21 Brian Goodwin
22 Ben Pettis
23 Ryan Hinner
33 Jack Greenwood
38 Shawn Majkrzak
45 Rich Bickle Jr.
45 Erin Schlough
51 Jim Sauter Jr.
58 Cardell Potter
66 Tanner Bohlen
71 Mark Eswein
76 Jason Weinkauf
79 Dan Lindsley
80 Monte Gress
85 Kirby Kurth
87 Colin Reffner
89 Tim Schendel
91 Ty Majeski
97 Steve Holzhausen
99 Frank Kreyer
119 Dalton Zehr

4:08
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.
4:03
Practice for the other divisions have complete. Super Lates are back out. Dalton Zehr, Dan Lindsley, Shawn Majkrzak, Ryan Hinner, Jim Sauter Jr., Monte Gress, Dean LaPointe, Brian Goodwin, and Jason Weinkauf are out.
3:55
We just returned from the pits and will have an updated drivers list shortly. There is a good mix of Super Late Model drivers at Marshfield today.
3:47
The bandits are out on track now
3:45
Steve Apel is the only car on track.
3:36
Frank Kreyer blew is motor. Team says there is a big hole in oil pan. Kreyer is calling his shop hoping to get a backup car here.
3:35
Tom Reffner, a classic rival to Dick Trickle, is helping his grandson Colin today. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:32
Tanner Bohlen looking over some parts. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:31
Practice continues for the Super Late models. If just joining us, there is no electronic timing/scoring here at Marshfield.
3:28
Comment From David

Watching from Easley, SC. Pulling for Redline Speedsports!

3:27
Brian Goodwin’s car is sponsored by Al-Kul Performance Radiators. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:24
Pete Kempf, Holzhausen’s car owner, keeping lap times. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:13
Natalie Decker photobombs a picture with Rich Bickle and Kirby Kurth.(Speed51.com Photo)
3:09
Dalton Zehr works under his car. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:08
Ben Pettis talks with a crew member. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:04
Ty Majeski (left) and Frank Kreyer ( right) picks each other’s brains.(Speed51.com Photo)
2:58
Claire Decker (Speed51.com Photo)
2:58
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.
2:47
Bickle and Brian Goodwin are on track.
2:47
If you are just joining us and live near Marshfield Motor Speedway, we encourage you to come and join us tonight. General admission for ages 15 & older is $4.99, ages 9-14 is $2.99 and under 8 is FREE. No…these are not typos, these are the prices for tonight.
2:45
Remaining schedule for today.
2:50 pm Practice – Super Late Models

3:00 pm Registration opens for Support Divisions – (X-Treme 4-Cylinders & Bandits)

3:00 pm Break

3:15 pm Practice – Super Late Models

3:30 pm Practice – X-Treme 4-Cylinders

3:30 pm Tire Impound Opens for tire release

3:40 pm Practice – Bandits

3:50 pm Practice – Super Late Models

4:15 pm Practice – X-Treme 4-Cylinders

4:20 pm Super Late Models, get ready for Qualifying Tech

4:30 pm Practice – Bandits

4:40 pm Practice ENDS! Set up Timing Light

5:00 pm Qualifying begins – X-Treme – 4-Cylinders – 1 lap, Bandits – 1 lap, Super Late Models – 2 laps

6:25 pm Drivers Meeting (MANDATORY FOR ALL DRIVERS) DRIVER’S MEETING WILL BEGIN RIGHT AFTER QUALIFYNG

6:40 pm Opening Ceremonies – WISCONSIN NATIONAL GUARD – COLOR GUARD, REENLISTMENT CEREMONY, NATIONAL ANTHEM

7:10 PM HEATS – BANDITS – 6 LAPS, SUPER LATE MODEL – 8 LAPS, X-TREME 4-CYLINDERS – 8 LAPS

INTERMISSION (15 MINUTES)

FEATURES – BANDITS – 15 LAPS, SUPER LATE MODELS – 100 LAPS, X-TREME 4-CYLINDERS – 20 LAPS

2:44
Dean LaPointe and Dalton Zehr head back out after a quick break for the crossover in turns three and four.
2:40
Tim Schendel is also on track.
2:38
Amanda Ferguson, Colin Reffner, Rich Bickle, Eugene Gregorich Jr. and Dalton Zehr are among those on track now.
2:35
Mark Eswein and Dan Lindsley are on track. Eswein is a hot-shoe in central Wisconsin while Lindsley competes weekly at Norway Speedway.
2:30
State Park Speedway’s second round of the their Triple X Challenge Series will be the Larry Detjen’s Memorial on July 26-27. The race honors a true hero who lost his life in a racing accident. The two days of racing will feature Super Late Models, Big 8 Series, Trucks and more. For more information, please visit www.stateparkspeedway.com.
2:29
Ty Majeski, Don “Thunder” Turner and Dalton Zehr are now on track. Majeski already has a feature win at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway this season. Dalton Zehr has already won a plethora of features at Norway Speedway and in the TUNDRA Series. Turner is a long-time racing veteran and is a school teacher.
2:25
Paige Decker is fresh off her Super Late Model win this past Friday night as she won the TUNDRA event at Golden Sands Speedway in Plover, Wisconsin.
2:24
Paige Decker and Colin Reffner are now on track.
2:22
Comment From Lenny 

Go Claire and Paige Decker,and Tim Schendel,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

2:22
Currently Dean LaPointe and Claire Decker are on track. Marshfield Motor Speedway doesn’t have timing/scoring, so are unable to provide full field lap times today.
2:12
Drivers entered as of Monday at 6pm are:

Ben Pettis, Eau Claire, WI
Dean LaPointe, Marshfield, WI
Monte Gress, Neillsville, WI
Jesse Pokszyk, Friendship, WI
Tim Hintz, Nekoosa, WI
Claire Decker, Eagle River, WI
Jim Sauter, Jr., Tomah, WI
Jeff Weinfurter, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Ryan Hinner, Stevens Point, WI
MG Gajewski, Wausau, WI
Joe Ponbriand, Norway, Michigan
Tim Schendel, Sparta, WI
Don “Thunder” Turner, La Crosse, WI
Justin Switlick, Wausau, WI
Paige Decker, Eagle River, WI
Colin Reffner, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Neil Knoblock, Wausau, WI
Ernie Schlough, Greenwood, WI
Brian Goodwin, Tomah, WI
Darek Gress, Neillsville, WI
Jason Weinkauf, Merrill, WI
Dalton Zehr, Daytona Beach, Florida
Eugene Gregorich, Jr., Amherst, WI
Dan Lindsley, Vulcan, Michigan
Cardell Potter, Camp Douglas, WI
Mark Eswein, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Steve Holzhausen, Bangor, WI
Jack Greenwood, Phillips, WI
Cole Yach, Wausau, WI
Ty Majeski, Seymour, WI
Amanda Ferguson, Florida
Steve Apel, Slinger, WI
Cody Smiley, Hancock, WI
Frank Nitzke, Berlin, WI
Shane Smiley, Hancock, WI
Tanner Bohlen, Hortonville, WI
Travis Dassow, West Bend, WI
Kirby Kurth, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Rich Bickle, Jr., Janesville, WI

2:11
Practice is underway with a few cars out on the track early. Brandon Selle was just out and has pulled in.
2:10
They will also have a couple of Trickle’s favorite adult beverage flavors for $0.99 and hot dogs for $0.99 today. So if you can, plan on coming out and enjoying the race in person tonight.
2:09
Today’s general admission prices. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:07
In honor of today’s event, Marshfield Motor Speedway has some very special admission prices.
2:05
Good afternoon from Marshfield Motor Speedway in Marshfield, Wisconsin for today’s running of the White Knight 99+1 Super Late Model event. This event is in honor of Dick Trickle, who passed away this past May.
2:04
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.
1:57
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Trackside Now: Yellow River Racing Series – Marshfield Motor Speedway (WI) – 7/25/13