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This Sunday August 11 at Seymour

August 9, Special – Racing continues this Sunday August 11 at the Seymour Speedway with a complete 5 division, full point program on the 1/3 mile clay oval. 

 

The Spectator Eliminators will see their final appearance of the season to close the nights activities.

 

N.E.W. DIRT has invited all local Fire and Rescue teams for the evening in appreciation for everything they do not only in the racing community but in every community year round.

 

Pit opens at 3 PM with the late sign in at 5PM.

The grandstand opens at 4 PM with racing starting at 6 PM…SHARP!!

 

After this weeks program three events remain on the 2013 schedule.

 

The Trailer Race has been rescheduled for August 18.

 

The Faster Pastor 4 Cylinder race will take place on August 25.   This will also be the final point night for all of the IMCA Divisions.

 

Labor Day weekend, September 1 will be the final Summer Holiday Classic Series race of the season headlined by the WDLMA Late Models.   The Street Stock and 4 Cylinder divisions will run their final point night.    The IMCA divisions will also compete but in a non-point night.

 

 

N.E.W. DIRT would like to THANK everyone for the continued support throughout the season.   We know you have other choices and appreciate you choosing to spend your Sunday nights with us.    We invite you all to join us for the final four races of the 2013 season at the Seymour Speedway.

 

TRAILER RACE COMMING AUGUST 18

TRAILER RACE AUGUST 18

N.E.W. DIRT is planning on hosting their first Trailer Race after the full racing program at the Seymour Speedway on Sunday August 18.

Club officials would like to know how many people are planning to participate

In the event so plans can be finalized.

We would like to ask anyone planning on running in the race to contact:

Dave at 920-231-1157 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

by this Sunday, or at the latest, at the track on Sunday.

The race will pay the top three positions with the winner taking $100.

 

August 4 results

HOKENSTAD STEALS WIN AWAY FROM SOLEM IN IMCA SPORT MOD ACTION AT SEYMOUR SPEEDWAY

By Edward Anschutz

(Seymour, WI) August 4, 2013 Results- Cody Hokenstad only led 1 lap of the IMCA Sport Mod feature but it was the one that mattered as he slipped by Rod Solem coming to the checker taking the win at Seymour Super Speedway. Other feature winners were Brandon Czarapata (IMCA Stock Car), Gary Kasperek (Street Stock) and (Sport Fours) Andrew Meyerhofer. Complete Badger Mod Tour results can be found at www.badgermodtour.com

The IMCA Sport Mod feature resembled a heavyweight boxing match as Rod Solem raced past Beau Handschke and to lead on lap 2. Two early cautions saw Tracy Wassenbergs night end early thus shrinking his point lead. Solem led the field until Andy Kleczka charged to the lead at the midway point. Solem fought back and the duo exchanged the lead back and forth over the next handful of laps. Cody Hokenstad was lying in wait with the battle for the lead in front of him. Solem was able to reclaim the lead with 7 laps remaining and looked to have the race in hand but Hokenstad had other plans. With the white flag in the air Hokenstad worked right to the back bumper of the leader. As they marched into the final corner Hokenstad slipped under Solem and it was a drag race to checker with Hokenstad nipping Solem at the line by a mere few feet. Hokenstad now holds a division best 4 feature wins. Solem had to settle for second, Chris Budzban had his best night at the speedway with third, Kleczka and Josh Long completed the top five.

Photos courtesy of Dan Lewis Photography

 

The IMCA Stock Cars were not the be outdone with a wild finish and in the end one of the drivers lost an engine. The inside front row was the first to go in the opening laps with Kevin Hebbe, Jason Bork and Mitch Stankowski taking the top three spots. Stankowski swarmed Hebbe taking the top spot on lap 5. Barry VanStraten wasted no time marching from row 5 into the top 5. Brandon Czarapata charged into second just past the midway point and worked to the outside of the leader. The duo raced door to door with Stankowski holding the top spot by a fender over the defending champion as laps clicked away. Czarapata kept the pressure on and with 6 laps remaining took the lead away from Stankowski. Czarapata was able to slowly pull away from the field scoring his 7th feature win of the season. Stankowski had his best run of the year with second, VanStraten was a solid third, point leader Rod Snellenberger raced to fourth after coming through the last chance qualifier and Chas Van Ooyen rounded out the top five. After the checker Jason Bork claimed the engine of Mitch Stankowski, the claim was accepted.

Read more: August 4 results

 

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