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 (Seymour, WI)- With only 3 nights of point racing left for the IMCA divisions, every point is getting more crucial.
 The Street Stocks and 4 Cylinders have 4 points nights left to figure out the champions in their respective divisions.
 “Flyin” Brian Mullen did just what his name implies last Sunday as he took home the IMCA Modified feature win. With the win he is now 28 points ahead of Jason Czarapata.
 Brandon Czarapata picked up his first win of the season from the front row in the IMCA Stockcars. Kyle Fredericks holds the point lead by 21 points over Shawn Wagner.
 In only his second night racing in Seymour on the year, Travis Van Straten dominated the IMCA Northern Sportmod feature. In the closest of the IMCA divisions, Eric Arneson holds a 6 point lead over both Brad Lautenbach and Brad Theys.
 Mert Summers picked up his first win of the season by a bumper over Gary Kasperek in the Street Stocks. Dan Gracyalny is the man on top right now by 12 points over Jerry Winkler.
 4th place man in points, Calvin Stueck picked up the 4 Cylinder main event last week. Sam Ambrosius holds a narrow 1 point advantage over both Justin
Vannieuwenhoven and Brian Johnson.
 

 

Swinkles Trucking And General Beer Night

(Seymour, WI)- Point leaders look to extend their leads heading into the final week of racing in July. Swinkles Truck and Excavating and General Beer will be the sponsors at Seymour Super Speedway. Racing gets underway with the regular five divisions of racing.
 Jason Czarapata picked up the win in the Budweiser IMCA Modified feature event last Sunday. With the absence of Benji LaCrosse, Brian Mullen has increased his lead to 30 points over Jerry Wilinski.
 Kyle Fredericks picked up his fifth win of the season last week in the IMCA Stockcars. With the win, Fredericks lead has increased to 18 points over Shawn Wagner.
 In the closest point’s battle of the IMCA divisions, Eric Arneson holds a slim 4 point advantage over Brad Theys. Rob Charapata picked up his first win of the season last week.
 The model of Street Stock consistency has been the name of the game for Dan Gracyalny. He holds a 9 point lead over Jerry Winkler. Matt Drawenek powered to his third feature win of the season in last weeks feature event.
 Justin Vannieuwenhoven trails Sam Ambrosius by two marks in the 4 Cylinder division. Clintonville’s Calvin Stueck picked up his first win of the season  last week.

   

Mullen, Frederick, Arneson and Gracyalny hold leads at Seymour Super Speedway

(Seymour, WI)- After early season rainouts Wades Pit Stop and Weslow Water Systems will join Bork plastering as the three sponsors for the July 17th event. Racing gets going at 6 p.m. Sunday nights at Seymour Super Speedway. After problems for Benji Lacrosse last Sunday, Brian Mullen extended his lead in the Budweiser IMCA Modifieds by 11 points. Mike Wedelstadt won the feature. Kyle Frederick was the gainer last week in the IMCA Stockcars as Shawn Wagner had a tire go flat under green flag racing. Frederick now holds a 16 point lead on Wagner. Bill Kelsey won his first career IMCA Stockcar feature at Seymour Super Speedway. Eric Arneson holds a five point lead in the IMCA Northern Sportmods over a couple of Brad’s. Theys and Lautenbach are tied for second. Jeremy Cota won his first feature of the season in the Sportmods last week. Dan Gracyalny has used consistency to dominate the Street Stock standings. Gracyalny holds a 12 point margin over Oshkosh’s Jerry Winkler. tin Vannieuwenhoven and Sam Ambrosius are the current point leaders in the 4 Cylinders. 2010 champion Brian Johnson won last week’s main event.

Seymour Super Speedway’s GPS Address is Seymour Speedway, 637 North Main St. Seymour, WI 54165. The track phone number is (920)833-7726. For more information check out www.seymoursuperspeedway.com

   

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