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Summer Holiday Classic Finale this Sunday, August 23, at Seymour

Seymour, August 19- The final installment of the 2015 Summer Holiday Classic series is set to take place this Sunday, August 23, at the Seymour Speedway, sponsored by Joe Schwister’s Repair and Toad Creek Tap.

 

Our five regular weekly divisions will be competing for an increased payoff in all divisions.     The WDLMA Late Models will be joining the program Sunday for the second last leg of their Lucky 7 Series.

 

The Late Models will be running a full program which will draw for heats and passing points set the dashes, consy and feature lineups.    They will compete in a 40 lap feature  headliner.

 

Regular line up procedures will be used for the five weekly divisions.

 

Brad Mueller is leading the lucky 7 series standings with 71 points.   Taylor Scheffler is holding second place with 66 with Justin Ritchie third with 61.   Rick Scheffler is in fourth with 60 and Justin Schmidt is fifth holding 54 points.     A total of 25 drivers have earned points in the series and a field of 27 was on hand  at the Seymour Speedway for their last visit on July 19.

 

The Kids Club will have a Bike Give Away courtesy of Giddy UP Western Wear.

 

 

The running order for Sunday:

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

Coors Light IMCA Stock Cars

WDLMA Late Models

O’Reilly Auto Parts IMCA Sport Mods

Turbo Blue Street Stocks

4 Cylinders

Thunder Trucks

 

Pit gates open at 4 PM

Admission $25.00 for everyone.  Discounts for minors

Late Sign in and LM draw cut off is 5:15.

Drivers Meeting at 5:30

LM Hot Laps 5:45 (T)

Racing at 6 PM.

 

Grandstand opens at 4:30

Adults 18-55  $15.00

Students 13-18 and Seniors 55+ $10.00

Kids 12 and under FREE with paid adult.

 

Following this program, there will be 2 races remaining on the 2015 schedule.

Full regular program on Sunday August 30.

The final race of the season will be the final point night for all divisions and will take place on Labor Day weekend, Sunday September 6.

 

There will be NO racing at the Seymour Speedway on Sunday September 13.

 

This coming Tuesday, August 25, will be the final practice of the season.   Anyone can test and tune their cars from 5-8 PM.    Cost is $15.00 to enter the pit.    Grandstand is open free to watch.

 

As the season winds down, the weekly point chases are heating up.   All drivers need to be on their A Game and have a bit of Luck as well.

 

We hope to see you all at the Seymour Speedway this Sunday, August 23, for the Summer Holiday Classic featuring our five regular weekly division in addition to the WDLMA Late Models final appearance of the season.

 

We appreciate you choosing the Seymour Speedway for you weekly racing entertainment.

 

Fann Appreciation TODAY, Sunday, August 16 at Seymour

Fan Appreciation TODAY, Sunday, August 16, at Seymour

 

Seymour, August 16-  9 AM  - The Seymour Speedway is set to welcome everyone to the full five division program tonight for only $5.00.

 

You read it right.  All general grandstand admission is only $5.00 tonight.    Our way of saying THANK YOU for your support all season long.

 

Beavers Hut of Freedom is the title sponsor for the nights activities which will include the Spectator Eliminators to close out the night.

 

Running order:

Turbo Blue Street Stocks

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

Coors Light IMCA Stock Cars

O’Reilly Auto Parts IMCA Sport Mods

4 Cylinders

Spectator Eliminators

 

Pit opens at 4 PM.

Admission $25.00   Discounts for minors.

Late sign in at 5:15.

Drivers meeting at 5:30

Racing at 6 PM.

 

Grandstand opens at 4:30

Adult, Student and Senior  $5.00

Kids 12 and under FREE with paid adult.

Racing starts at 6 PM.

 

Looks like the weather will co-operate today as well.   A bit warm, but dry.    So, no excuse to pack up the car with family and friends and head out to the Seymour Speedway for a great night of racing action on the 1/3 mile banked clay oval.

 

Reminder, Next week, Sunday, August 23, the track will host the final Summer Holiday Classic race of the season. 

The WDLMA Late Models will return for one of the final legs of their Lucky 7 series.     Our full regular program will also be on track with special pay for everyone.

This has been moved up from Labor Day weekend to match the rain date from the Memorial Day WDLMA event that was rained out.

 

We hope to see you all tonight and appreciate you choosing to support the Sunday racing programs here at the Seymour Speedway.

 

All Set for tomorrow night at Seymour

Seymour, August 15- The Seymour Speedway is getting set for t big night of racing tomorrow night, Sunday August 16.

 

Beavers Hut of Freedom is the title sponsor presenting a full five division program on the 1/3 mile banked clay oval.

 

It is also Fan Appreciation Night with all general admission tickets only $5.00.

 

As the 2015 season enters the final four weeks of sompetition, the point battles are also very tight.

 

Eric Scribner and Eric Arneson  find themselves in a tie atop the Budweiser IMCA Modified division with 372 points each.     Scribner picked up his second feature win this season acouple weeks ago and although Arneson has not won a feature, his consistant top 5 finishes have kept him in the running all season.     Rookie contender,16 year old Konnor Wilinski, has been strong all season, and has picked it up the past few weeks, almost winning his first career feature last week.  He finds himself in third place with 367 points, five ahead of his dad, Jerry Wilinski, in fourth place.  Mike Wedelstadt was involved in a lap 2 accident last week and dropped from second place to fifth.  T.J. Smith rounds out the top six in the standings.

 

The Coors Light IMCA Stock Car division has seen Travis Van Straten, be a dominant figure all season, not only here at the Seymour, but all local tracks.  He has won 6 features so far and is working toward a 30 win season.   He holds a 22 point margin, 428 – 406, over defending champion, Rod Snellenberger, who broke a three win streak by Van Straten last week by winning his third feature this season.   Sitting only 6 behind Snellenberger is Chas Van Ooyen, Jr,  who has run to 2 feature wins so far, and has been a consistant runner in the top five all season.      One behind Van Ooyen is Kyle Frederick with 399.     The blue #50 has also been a top five finisher most of the season looking for that first feature flag.    Mike Schmidt has a feature win and is fifth so far with Barry Van Straten rounding out the top six.

 

Defending O’Reilly Auto Parts IMCA Sport Mod champion, Jeremy Cota,  and Lucas Lamberies have been in season long battle for the top spot with Lamberies currently holding a 423 – 411 margin.   Both have run in streaks and both have won five features this season.   Both run very strong here and it should be an excellent run to the final point night on September 6.  Travis Arenz has made a run as of late and sits third at 392 over Kevin Bethke fourth with 376.   Scott Besaw and J.J. Andersen  round out the top six.

 

The Turbo Blue Street Stocks have provided some very good racing each week and finds Lexii Ashcraft holding the top spot since running to a string of three straight feature wins in July.    Allan Schlueter has been very strong the past couple races and has now moved into a tie for the point lead at 417 each.   Jeff Jungwirth is only 4 back in second place with defending champion, Ryan Blank, now in the hunt after last weeks strong feature win, his third of the year, sits with 409.   Early season mechanical woes all but sidelined Blank this year, but has re-grouped and is back in championship form for the final run this season.    Matt Werner and Jeff Dorschner round out the top six spots.

 

Tanner Westphal was leading the standings in the 4 Cylinder division until Kasey Gross put together back to back wins before the fair.  Westphal won his second feature last week and the pair are now tied at 410 each heading into this seek.   Carl King also has 2 big feature wins that has him third in points at 400.   Tyler Hungerford is one back in fourth at 399.   Taylor Becher is fifth and Heidi Meverden holds down sixth place.

 

The racing this season has seen everyone at the top of their game on Sunday night with plenty of three, four and five wide racing week in and week out.    It appears that top level of competition will continue for the final 4 weeks of 2015.

 

This week will be a perfect time to check us out with Fan Appreciation  grandstand admission at only $5.00.         

 

We appreciate your choosing to support the Sunday racing programs at the Seymour Speedway.

 

Runing order tomorrow will be:

Turbo Blue Street Stocks

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

Coors Light IMCA Stock Cars

O’Reilly Auto Parts IMCA Sport Mods

4 Cylinders

Spectator Eliminators.

 

Pit opens at 4 PM

Admission  $25.00 with discounts for minors

Late sign in at 5:15.

Drivers Meeting at 5:30

Racing at 6PM

 

Grandstand opens at 4:30

Fan Appreciation Night

Adults, Students and Seniors $5.00

Kids 12 and Under FREE with paid adult.

 

We hope to see you all tomorrow night at the Seymour Speedway.   

Racing at 6 PM.

 

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