Nolden Wins Shangri-La Campgrounds Night
Wisconsin Dells WI 6/1/19-Reigning DRP Late Model Champion Nick Nolden from Sun Prairie, WI captured the opening night Shangri La Campgrounds 35 Lap Feature event in the Noah's Ark Late Models over Thayran Rezin of Tomah WI. Rezin & Mauston's Larry Schotten brought the field to green & it was Rezin taking the early lead with a mirror full of Portage WI driver Mike Lichtfeld in tow. Lichtfeld wasted no time and by lap five Lichftfeld had taken the top spot. With Licthfeld running out front, fast qualifer Nolden had broken free from the pack and set his sights on the leader. Nolden and Licthfeld would put on a show for the top spot but Nolden proved to strong & eventully claim the position and would not look back, Rezin rebounded to take second away from Lichtfeld who had to settle for third while Minnesota's Nick Beaver would claim fourth and Cody Erdmann from Horicon rounded out the top five. In Earlier Action is was Rezin winning the Don Larson Super Store Fast Dash while Wonder Lake IL driver Mikie Breiner picked up the Noah's Ark Late Model Heat. Nolden was the fast qualifier with a time of 14.234.
Late Models Shangri La 35
A Feature 35 laps
1. 67N-Nick Nolden, ; 2. 6R-Thayran Rezin, ; 3. 44L-Mike Lichfield, ; 4. 10B-Nick Beaver, ; 5. 52E-Cody Erdmann, ; 6. 21M-Shane Morrissey, ; 7. 70B-Brady Bill, ; 8. 31S-Larry Schotten, ; 9. 14R-Hanna Raley, ; 10. 10M-Stephen Manke, ; 11. 32D-Darrell Kapp, ; 12. 49A-McKayla Adams, ; 13. 13B-Mikie Breiner, ; 14. 18L-Brady Liddle, ; 15. 02H-Rayce Haase, ; 16. 08B-Mahlon Borntreger, ; 17. 25B-Allen Borntreger, 
Casey Johnson Wins ICEBREAKER 100
Wisc Dells WI 4/20/19- Veteran Edgerton WI Driver Casey Johnson can now check the Icebreaker 100 off his list as he captured the 5th annual event on Saturday at Dells Raceway Park. Johnson, started the day off by picking up the DeAngelis Contruction fast time award of $250 and then finished 8th in the dash which is where he would start the event. Rich Bickle picked up $250 from The Don Larson Super Store by winning the Dash and the pole for the Icebreaker 100. Bickle and John DeAngelis Jr would bring the field to green with DeAngelis taking the early lead. As tire pressures build up Bickle would retake to top spot from DeAngelis and then the caution flag flew for an incident in turn four which would earn Cody DeVoy the AA Lock Service Hard Luck Award of $250 but end his day early. On the restart it was Bickle and 2016 Icebreaker winner Andrew Morrissey doing battle for the first quarter of the race as Morrissey would eventually take over the top spot and earn himself $250 from Weaver Auto Parts as the halfway leader of the race with Bickle, Dennis Prunty, Casey Johnson and now Skylar Holzhausen joining the top five who had quitetly worked his way thru the field from the 15th starting spot. Johnson would work his way past Bickle and take the lead from Morrissey on lap 67. The field was gathered by some late race cautions and Johnson would hold the point thru the double file restarts to cross the finish line first for his first ever Icebreaker 100 victory and the $3000 winners check presented by Unified Motorsports Association. Holzhausen would finish second earing him the $250 bonus from Club LaMark of Madison while Bickle had to settle for third with Morrissey, and Austin Nason rounding out the top five.