2018 Fox River Racing Club Schedule at Wisconsin International Raceway


(KAUKAUNA, WI) July 12 – Former Red, White and Blue champion Steve Apel of Slinger fought off a race long challenge from Montello’s Bobby Kendall and cruised to victoyr in the White Race at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna Thursday.
The 60 lap super late model feature wasn’t even one lap old when a melee ensued in turn four. Knowles Dennis Prunty spun, and several cars got collected in the mess. The driver who got the worst of it was Menominee, Michigan’s Dalton Zehr, who’s Tim Satorius owned machine was sidelined for the evening.
When racing resumed Freedom’s Brent Strelka assumed the lead with heavy pressure from “The Montello Missle” Bobby Kendall. Kendall wrestled the lead from Strelka on the third lap. Kendall pulled away to a three car length lead. Apel motored around Strelka to take second and began chasing down Kendall for the lead.
Apel caught Kendall by lap 15 and began pressuring the leader. Apel worked the low line with Kendall up high. The pair traded the lead for several laps. Apel took the lead away on lap 21. One circuit later a caution flew for a Pete Vandermolen spin in turn two. Apel kept the lead as Andy Monday began pressuring Kendall for second. But with 33 laps to go Apel and Kendall pulled away from the pack. By the halfway point Prunty had sliced his way back up to eighth by the halfway point. During the second half of the race Apel gradually built up his cushion to a seven car length lead over Kendall. At the checkers Apel’s margin of victory was well over two seconds over Kendall.
I worked all day Wednesday and a half day today after racing the Slinger Nationals Tuesday,” Apel said in victory lane.“I can’t thank my pit crew enough because they had to get that car ready because it was the same one we raced Tuesday night. This track is awesome up here at WIR. We always love running up here. This is a pretty exciting night for us.”
Kendall placed second, followed by Monday, Maxwell Schultz and Casey Johnson.
Neenah’s Braison Bennett came out on top of a race long battle with Kaukauna’s Nathan Van Wychen. The third generation driver snatched the lead from Van Wychen with three circuits remaining to capture his first late model main of the season.
“I’m sure glad I was on the inside lane that time because my car was sort of tight,” Bennett said in victory lane. “I had a great race with Nathan (Van Wychen). He raced me clean and I’ve got a lot of respect for him. That’s the hardest I’ve had to race all season long and we finally got a “W” tonight.”
Van Wychen settled for second place money, followed by current points leader Jesse Bernhagen, Mike Meyerhofer and Eddie Muenster.
Kaukauna’s Dave Meyerhofer became the seventh different winner in as many weeks in the super stock division.  Trailing at the checkers were Randy Theimer of Kaukauna; Terry Van Roy of Darboy, Ariana Beatty of Little Chute and Jimmy Wilson of Kaukauna.
Menasha’s Jason Plutz grabbed the lead from Kylee Vandermoss on the final lap and hung on to win his fifth sport truck feature of the year. Vandermoss hung on for second place money. Dan Vixmer, Dom Sokolik and Marty Sokolik placed third through fifth, respectively.
Former sport truck racer Justin Fickel of Neenah picked up the learning curve quickly, winning the Sizzlin’ 4 feature, his first of the year.
Neenah’s Tom Spierowski and Appleton’s Pete Berken split the WIR ¼ mile late model features.
Mike Meyerhofer won the Figure 8 feature.
Next Thursday night, July 19 will be Kurz Industrial Solutions Vets Night. It will also be Round II of the Pavement Pounder sportmod series presented by The Winnegamie Home Builders Association (WHBA) of Winnebago and Outagamie County.  Racing gets underway at 6:45 p.m. You can check frrc.us for more information or follow the club’s Facebook page.
SUPER LATE MODEL FEATURE – Steve Apel, Slinger; Bobby Kendall, Montello; Andy Monday, Appleton; Maxwell Schultz, Reedsville; Casey Johnson, Edgerton; Jeff Van Oudenhoven, Appleton; Brent Strelka, Freedom; Dennis Prunty, Knowles; Lowell Bennett, Neenah; Chad Butz, Green Bay; Sawyer Effertz, Darboy; Taylor Vandermoss, Appleton; Grant Griesbach, Pewaukee; Corey Manders, Hilbert; Randy Schuler, Mequon; Pete Vandermolen, Oshkosh; Brad Anthony, Suamico; Tim Springstroh, Freedom; Mickey Schallie, Darboy; Mike Reichenberger, Appleton; Robby Iverson, Escanaba, MI; Michael Anthony, Appleton; Kyle Calmes, Freedom; Dalton Zehr, Menominee, MI
SEMI FEATURE – Griesbach; Brad Anthony; Reichenberger; Michael Anthony
HEATS 1) Kris Kelly, Norway, MI; Alex Seidl, Appleton 2) Griesbach; Michael Anthony 3) Bennett; Springstroh
DASH – Apel
FAST TIME: Johnson, 19.245
LATE MODEL FEATURE – Braison Bennett, Neenah; Nathan Van Wychen, Kaukauna; Jesse Bernhagen, Markesan; Mike Meyerhofer, Hilbert; Eddie Muenster, Green Bay; Brett Wenzel, Two Rivers; Mike King, Appleton; Travis Rodewald, Manitowoc; Nick Egan, Slinger; Will Timmers, Kaukauna
HEAT – Matt Wittmann, Appleton; Mike King, Appleton
DASH- Nathan Van Wychen, Kaukauna
FAST TIME: Bernhagen, 20.337
WIR ¼ MILE LATE MODEL FEATURES 1ST) Tom Spierowski, Neenah; Kelsy Ann Hayes, Sturgeon Bay; Sawyer Effertz, Darboy; Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Todd Baumann, Kaukauna 2ND) Pete Berken, Appleton; Baumann; Kemkes; Chad Devine, Mackville; Hayes
SUPER STOCK FEATURE – Dave Meyerhofer, Kaukauna; Randy Theimer, Kaukauna; Terry Van Roy, Darboy; Ariana Beatty, Little Chute; Jimmy Wilson, Kaukauna
HEATS – 1) Ed Howard, Kaukauna; Beatty 2) Jeff Treml, De Pere; Van Roy
FAST TIME:  Howard, 16.008
SIZZLIN’ 4 FEATURE – Justin Fickel, Neenah; Mike Klein, Appleton; Mitchell Opsahl, Freedom; Brody Rivest, Sheboygan; Andy Miller, Kaukauna
SEMI FEATURE – Jake Peters, Shiocton; Scott Wolf, Appleton; Ben Schulte, Kaukauna; Tyler Lind, Grand Chute
HEATS 1) Lind; Schulte 2) Mitch Meyerhofer, Kaukauna; Dennis DeBruin, Kaukauna
FAST TIME – Fickel 18.100
SPORT TRUCKS FEATURE – Jason Plutz, Menasha; Kylee Vandermoss, Appleton; Dan Vixmer, Fond Du Lac; Marty Sokolik, Fond Du Lac; Dom Sokolik, Fond Du Lac
Heats 1) Dom Sokolik; Nathan Brantmier, Neenah 2) Kyle Quella, Appleton; Plutz
FAST TIME – Jason Plutz, Menasha 16.461
FIGURE 8 – Mike Meyerhofer


(Saunders captures round I of the Pavement Pounder sportmod series)
(KAUKAUNA, WI) June 14 – Edgerton’s Casey Johnson truly went from “wreckers to checkers” at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna Thursday on Weld Specialty Gas & Equipment Night.
One week ago Johnson scored fast time and crashed hard in the dash. This week Johnson rebounded and passed veteran Lowell Bennett for the lead on lap 20 and cruised to his first “Thursday Night Thunder” feature of 2018.
Polesitter Alex Stumpf sprinted into the lead at the drop of the green at the 35 lap contest with Bennett diving underneath Stumpf to take the lead on the fourth lap. The 59-year-old Neenah veteran pulled away from the pack and built up a near full straightaway lead.
Meanwhile Johnson, who started 11th, had been methodically picking his way through the field, motoring around both Sawyer Effertz and Brent Strelka to snatch the second on lap 16. Randy Schuler stalled his racer on lap 16 which put Johnson back to fourth but more importantly erased Bennett’s huge margin.
With 19 laps remaining the green flew again and Bennett kept the lead with Strelka and Johnson running second and third, respectively. Bennett wasted no time shaking loose from the pack and building upon his lead. A Tim Springstroh spin two circuits later brought racing to a halt once again. Back under green Johnson roared into second and challenged Bennett for the lead. Johnson motored around Bennett for the lead with 15 laps remaining. Johnson was able to keep Bennett and the rest of the field at bay to capture his first WIR feature flag in ’18. “We had a rough week last week and the crew busted their butts to get us back on the track but we decided to run our traveling car here tonight,” Johnson said in victory lane. “I guess all it took was 15 laps of practice to get this thing dialed in.”
Bennett hung on for second place, followed by Strelka, Jeff Van Oudenhoven and Bobby Kendall.
The Pavement Pounder sportmod race got off to a rocky start when Randy Theys and Steve Seehawer got together on the opening lap. With a complete restart polesitter Brock Saunders jumped into the lead with Braison Bennett in tow. The pair slowly pulled away from the pack as the race wore on. A lap nine spin by Russ Franks tightened the field. When racing resumed Sawyer Haese muscled his way past Bennett into second. Saunders pulled away from the field and coasted to victory. Haese held on for second, followed by Evan Beattie, Mike Mueller and Jayden Schmidt.
Two Rivers Brett Wenzel took the lead at the drop of the green and fought off heavy pressure from Nathan Van Wychen all race long to capture his first late model feature of the season. “My spotter kept telling me one, one one (car length) away every lap,” Wenzel said in victory lane. “So I knew he was there the whole time. We were happy to get this one that’s for sure.” Van Wychen turned in his best performance of the year finishing second, followed by Braison Bennett, Bryan Monday and last week’s feature winner Eddie Muenster.
Neenah’s Jason Plutz became the first repeat winner in the sport trucks by winning the division’s feature.
Maribel’s Denny Crass thwarted Sheboygan’s Brody Rivest in his attempt at a clean sweep. Crass fended off a late race challenge from Rivest to win the Sizzlin’ 4 feature.
Craig Vanderwettering captured the evening’s finale Figure 8 feature, his third win of the year.
Next Thursday night, June 21 will feature Big Wheel races sponsored by Werner Electric Supply. The Racing gets underway at 6:45 p.m. You can check frrc.us for more information or follow the club’s Facebook page.
SUPER LATE MODEL FEATURE – Casey Johnson, Edgerton; Lowell Bennett, Neenah; Brent Strelka, Freedom; Jeff Van Oudenhoven, Appleton; Bobby Kendall, Montello; Andy Monday, Appleton; Kyle Calmes, Freedom; Travis Dassow, West Bend; Jesse Oudenhoven, Kaukauna; Taylor Vandermoss, Appleton; Grant Griesbach, Pewaukee; Randy Schuler, Mequon; Mickey Schallie, Darboy; Sawyer Effertz, Darboy; Alex Seidl, Appleton; Tim Springstroh, Freedom; Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Alex Stumpf, Woodville
SEMI FEATURE – Kemkes; Schuler; Seidl; Springstroh
HEATS 1) Springstroh; Taylor Haufschildt, De Pere 2) Vandermoss; Effertz
DASH – Oudenhoven; Strelka
FAST TIME: Calmes, 19.391
PAVEMENT POUNDER FEATURE – Brock Saunders, Appleton; Sawyer Haese, New Franken; Evan Beattie, Kaukauna; Mike Mueller, Fond Du Lac; Jayden Schmidt, Seymour; Travis Hansen, Chilton; Tailar Ness, Green Bay; R.W. Aschenbrenner, Oneida; Randy Theys, Algoma; Chad Ewald, Oshkosh; Tom Schneider, Chilton; Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Steve Seehawer, Beaver Dam; Braison Bennett, Neenah; J.R. Hansen, Green Bay; Russ Franks, Oconto; Scott Besaw, Oshkosh
HEATS 1) Haese; Mueller 2) Hansen; Bennett  
LATE MODEL FEATURE- Brett Wenzel, Two Rivers; Nathan Van Wychen, Kaukauna; Braison Bennett, Neenah; Bryan Monday, Appleton; Eddie Muenster, Green Bay; Jesse Bernhagen, Markesan; Travis Rodewald, Manitowoc; Mike Meyerhofer, Hilbert; RD Yaeger, Appleton; Matt Wittmann, Kaukauna
HEATS 1- Van Wychen; Wenzel
DASH- Rodewald; Bennett
FAST TIME: Muenster, 20.299
SIZZLIN’ 4 FEATURE –  Denny Crass, Maribel; Brody Rivest, Sheboygan; Jake Peters, Shiocton; Jerry Konrad, Appleton; Heather Wolfgram, Oshkosh
SEMI FEATURE – Bob Voight, Appleton
HEATS 1) Wyatt Lemmers, Brillion; Shawn Bangart, Kaukauna 2) Rivest; Crass
FAST TIME – Rivest, 17.954
SPORT TRUCKS FEATURE – Jason Plutz, Neenah; Kylee Vandermoss, Appleton; Bobby Wautier, Denmark; Kyle Quella, Appleton; Tanner Fickel, Neenah
HEATS 1) Quella; Marty Sokolik, Fond Du Lac 2) Vandermoss; Wautier
FAST TIME – Vixmer, 16.587
FIGURE 8 – Craig Vanderwettering, Kaukauna
Photo Courtesy Of Lefthander Chassis


(Muenster first repeat feature winner of the season)
(KAUKAUNA, WI) June 7 – Freedom’s Kyle Calmes sweated out several caution periods and some stiff challenges from Appleton’s Jeff Van Oudenhoven to win the opening round of the 47th running of the Red, White and Blue state championship series. The night’s events were presented by L & S Electric.
Escanaba’s Robby Iverson jumped into the lead at the drop of the green of the 50 lap super late model feature. Iverson surrendered the lead to Green Bay’s Chad Butz on lap three. An amber flew one circuit later when Iverson tangled with another racer in turn four. When racing resumed Kyle Calmes and Dennis Prunty pressured Butz, with Prunty taking over the 2nd spot by lap seven. Prunty went to pass Butz for the lead but bobbled on the frontstretch on lap 11 and pulled a miraculous save but dropped two spots in the process.
By lap 14 Van Oudenhoven joined Butz and Calmes and a three car tussle emerged for the lead. The trio’s hot battle was quickly cooled off on lap 16 when a four car melee coming out of turn two ensued. The track was blocked and as the red flag was flown. Drivers involved included Kris Kelly, Tim Springstroh, Cory Kemkes and Pete Vandermolen were caught up in the wreck.
Back under green Calmes inherited the lead with Van Oudenhoven slipping past Butz for 2nd. By lap 20 another amber flew after Steve Apel made contact with Mickie Schallie, sending Schallie’s racer into a spin. When racing resumed Calmes maintained the lead as Van Oudenhoven maintained second with Prunty a close third. As the laps clicked off the top three broke away from the field as the trio ran nose-to-tail for the next several laps. Calmes began pulling away from his two foes with twenty laps remaining.
With 13 lap remaining Schallie blasted into Brad Anthony driving into turn one, drawing another amber. With 13 laps remaining Calmes kept his lead, keeping Van Oudenhoven at bay to collect the win.
“This is a tough crowd out here – one of the toughest super late model fields in the state,” said Calmes in victory lane. “My first Red, White and Blue win. It feels great. I tell ya what Chad Butz sure did a good job and I really had to wrestle the lead away from him. He’s gonna be real good down the road.”
Van Oudenhoven, a former Red, White and Blue champion, settled for second followed by another Red, White and Blue champ Maxwell Schultz, Prunty and the defending R, W & B champion Bobby Kendall.
The attrition rate was rough as only 14 of the original 24 cars that started were running at the finish.
Green Bay’s Eddie Muenster snatched the lead from Nathan Van Wychen on lap four and sweated out two caution periods to win the late model feature. Muenster became the first repeat winner in the division as the veteran second-generation driver captured the opening night win.
“I like racing with both Nathan and Braison so we had some fun up there tonight,” said Muenster. “I’ve got to improve on my qualifying a little bit. I never was a real good qualifier. We’re gonna work on it.”
Trailing Muenster at the checkers were Van Wychen, Brett Wenzel, fast timer Jesse Bernhagen and Mike Meyerhofer.
Earlier in the night Bernhagen notched his third straight fast qualifying effort.
Appleton’s Kylee Vandermoss captured her first sport truck feature of the season. Vandermoss became the third different winner in the division in as many weeks.
Third generation driver Evan Sannes of De Pere became the third feature winner in as many weeks in the super stock division. Hot on his heels at the checkers were veteran George Schwalbach, Phil Lehl, Randy Theimer and Larry Raygo.
Appleton drivers Cory Kemkes and Travis Willing split the twin WIR ¼ mile late model features, respectively.
Sheboygan’s Brody Rivest made the trip from the Lakeshore worthwhile as Rivest became the first repeat winner of the season in the Sizzlin’ 4’s.
Hometown driver Craig Krueger won the evening’s finale Figure 8 feature.
During the super late model six-for-six dash former Red, White and Blue champion Casey Johnson got caught up in a wreck with Brent Strelka and Sawyer Effertz.  His pit crew, with help from other teams, hastily made repairs so Johnson took the green finishing last but earning points.
Next Thursday night, June 14 will bring the opening round of the popular “Winnegamie Home Builders Association Pavement Pounder” series featuring the local dirt sport modifieds. It’s also Weld Specialty Gas & Equipment Scout night with all scouts in uniform admitted free of charge. The Racing gets underway at 6:45 p.m. You can check frrcracing.net for more information or follow the club’s Facebook page.
SUPER LATE MODEL FEATURE – Kyle Calmes, Freedom; Jeff Van Oudenhoven, Appleton; Maxwell Schultz, Reedsville; Dennis Prunty, Knowles; Bobby Kendall, Montello; Andy Monday, Appleton; Steve Apel, Slinger; Travis Dassow, West Bend; Chad Butz, Green Bay; Alex Stumpf, Woodville; Sawyer Effertz, Darboy; Kris Kelly, Vulcan, MI; Randy Schuler, Mequon; Brent Strelka, Freedom; Brad Anthony, Suamico; Mickey Schallie, Darboy; Robby Iverson, Norway, MI; Taylor Vandermoss, Appleton; Tim Springstroh, Freedom; Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Pete Vandermolen, Oshkosh; Mike Egan, Slinger; Lowell Bennett, Neenah; Casey Johnson, Edgerton
SEMI FEATURE – Springstroh; Schuler; Egan; Kelly
HEATS 1) Schuler; Kelly 2) Bennett;  Springstroh 3) Dassow; Stumpf
DASH – Kendall; Effertz
FAST TIME: Johnson, 19.247
LATE MODEL FEATURE- Eddie Muenster, Green Bay; Nathan Van Wychen, Kaukauna; Brett Wenzel, Two Rivers; Jesse Bernhagen, Markesan; Mike Meyerhofer, Hilbert; Braison Bennett, Neenah; Bryan Monday, Appleton; Mike King, Appleton; Matt Wittman, Appleton; RD Yeager, Appleton
HEATS 1) Wenzel; King
DASH- Van Wychen; Bryan Monday
FAST TIME: Bernhagen 20.104
WIR 1/4 MILE LATE MODEL FEATURE 1 – Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Tom Spierowski, Neenah; Pete Berken, Appleton; Travis Willing, Appleton; Kelsy-Ann Hayes, Sturgeon Bay
FEATURE 2 – Willing; Spierowski; Hayes; Todd Baumann, Kaukauna; Jerry Schneider, Kaukauna
Kemkes 14.913
SUPER STOCK FEATURE – Evan Sannes, De Pere; George Schwalbach, Menasha; Phil Lehl, Appleton; Randy Theimer, Kaukauna; Larry Raygo, Omro; Dave Meyerhofer, Kaukauna
HEAT – Raygo; Sannes
FAST TIME: Rachel Meyerhofer, Brillion 15.759
SIZZLIN’ 4 FEATURE – Brody Rivest, Sheboygan; Ben Schulte, Bucktown; Andy Miller, Appleton; Pat Braun, Kaukauna; Heather Wolfgram, Oshkosh
HEATS 1) Tyler Lind, Grand Chute; Isaac Bray, Norway, MI 2 Braun; Mike Klein, Appleton
FAST TIME – Rivest 17.614
SPORT TRUCKS FEATURE – Kylee Vandermoss, Appleton; Nathan Brantmeier, Neenah; Tanner Fickel, Neenah; Bobby Wautier, Denmark; Cody Vanderloop, Appleton
HEATS 1) Dom Sokolik, Fond Du Lac; Vanderloop 2) Kyle Quella, Appleton; Jason Plutz, Neenah
FAST TIME – Fickel,16.593
FIGURE 8 – Craig Krueger, Kaukauna
Muenster claims opening night late model main
(KAUKAUNA, WI) May 24 – Brillion’s Alex Stumpf survived a late race restart and cruised to victory in the super late model feature at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna Thursday on Al Huss Auto/Valley Gasket’s season opening night.
Sophomore driver Chad Butz of Green Bay outdueled fellow front row starter Taylor Vandermoss to the lead at the drop of the green. Stump pulled alongside of Butz on lap three when a Tim Springstroh spin drew an amber.
On the restart Stumpf sprinted into the lead with Sawyer Effertz trailing in second. Stumpf quickly distanced himself from the pack. Effertz stayed within striking distance of Stumpf and began slicing away at Stumpf’s lead at lap ten.
“The Maverick” Effertz closed within three car lengths by lap 14 but could not get any closer as the laps wore on. Stumpf poured the coals to his machine and stretched his lead until a yellow flew for a Jesse Oudenhoven spin with four laps remaining.  
With a three lap dash setup Stumpf led with Effertz second and Kyle Calmes, who stormed through the pack from deep in the field running third. Stumpf stayed strong on the restart and captured the win, his second of his career in the division. Effertz came up second as he did on opening night a year ago. Calmes claimed third followed by Butz and Casey Johnson rounding out the top five.
“It’s always been on my bucket list to win the opening night race,” said Stumpf. “I gave Chad Butz credit. We had a great race earlier tonight in the heat. I worked him up a little bit on the restart. I kept hitting my marks and my spotter kept telling me to hit my marks and I did. It was a great run.”
Appleton’s Mike King paced the opening circuit of the late model feature before Green Bay’s Eddie Muenster wrestled the lead away from King on lap two. Muenster quickly went to work building up a sizeable lead in the next few laps. Muenster’s advantage was wiped out when Appleton’s Matt Wittman spun coming out of turn four. The spin also collected the machine of rookie Will Timmers of Kaukauna. Both drivers were shaken up but otherwise ok and were done for the night.
When racing resumed Muenster maintained the lead with Braison Bennett and Mike Meyerhofer hot on his heels. Muenster built a three car length lead with ten laps remaining and kept all challengers at bay to capture the opening night feature flag. Trailing Muenster at the checkers were Meyerhofer, Nathan Van Wychen, Bennett and fast qualifier Jesse Bernhagen. “It made it real tough when we sat that long with that red flag,” said Muenster in victory lane. “I started building up a good lead and then we’re double file in the restart. Braison (Bennett) gave me a great run on the restart. That was a lot of fun.”
Appleton veteran Pete Berken doubled up, winning both 15 lap WIR ¼ mile late model features.
Veteran racer Randy Theimer of Kaukauna fought off a hard charging Rachel Meyerhofer and Larry Raygo to emerge triumphant in the super stock feature. Meyerhofer settled for second place money followed by Raygo, Jeff Treml and Tony Wilz.
Neenah’s Jason Plutz captured the caution-plagued sport truck feature. Plutz also copped a heat race earlier in the night.
Sheboygan’s Brody Rivest came from deep in the 24 car field to win the caution free, Sizzlin’ 4 feature. Trailing Rivest at the checkers were Mike Klein, Norway, Michigan visitor Isaac Bray, Scott Wolf and Kurt Schweitzer.
Kaukauna's Craig Vanderwettering capped off the night by winning the Figure 8 feature.
Next Thursday night, May 31 Mad Siding Roofing, Siding & Windows is sponsoring the races, with action getting underway at 6:45 p.m. You can check frrcracing.net for more information or follow the club’s Facebook page.
SCHMITTY’S TICKETS SUPER LATE MODEL FEATURE – Alex Stumpf, Brillion; Sawyer Effertz, Darboy; Kyle Calmes, Freedom; Chad Butz, Green Bay; Bobby Kendall, Montello; Casey Johnson, Edgerton; Andy Monday, Appleton; Brent Strelka, Freedom; Jeff Van Oudenhoven, Appleton; Travis Dassow, West Bend; Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Lowell Bennett, Neenah; Taylor Vandermoss, Appleton; Mike Reichenberger, Appleton; Randy Schuler, Mequon; Grant Griesbach, Pewaukee; Mickey Schallie, Darboy; Taylor Haufschildt, De Pere; Jesse Oudenhoven, Kaukauna; Tim Springstroh, Freedom
SEMI FEATURE – Griesbach; Reichenberger; Springstroh; Haufschildt
HEATS 1) Michael Anthony, Appleton; Trevor Vandermolen, Oshkosh 2) Oudenhoven; Griesbach 3) Butz; Stumpf
DASH – Monday; Calmes
FAST TIME: Johnson 19.273
FOX CITIES TOWING & EAGLE GRAPHICS LATE MODEL FEATURE- Eddie Muenster, Green Bay; Mike Meyerhofer, Hilbert; Nathan Van Wychen, Kaukauna; Braison Bennett, Neenah; Jesse Bernhagen, Markesan; Travis Rodewald, Manitowoc; Brett Wenzel, Two Rivers; Bryan Monday, Appleton; Mike King, Appleton; RD Yaeger, Appleton
HEAT – Wenzel; King
DASH- Muenster; Rodewald
FAST TIME: Bernhagen 20.178
¼ MILE LATE MODEL FEATURE 1 – Pete Berken, Appleton; Cory Kemkes, Appleton; Chad Devine, Mackville; Todd Baumann, Kaukauna; Jerry Schneider, Kaukauna
FEATURE 2 – Berken; Tom Spierowski, Neenah; Kelsey-Ann Hayes, Sturgeon Bay; Devine; Cory Kemkes, Appleton
Fast time – Kemkes, 14.767
SUPER STOCK FEATURE – Randy Theimar, Kaukauna; Rachel Meyerhofer, Brillion; Larry Raygo, Omro; Jeff Treml, De Pere; Tony Wilz, Menasha
HEAT –Raygo; Rachel Meyerhofer
FAST TIME: Phil Lehl, Appleton 15.572
MILLTOWN STILL & GRILL SIZZLIN’ 4 FEATURE –Rivest; Klein; Isaac Bray, Norway, MI; Scott Wolf, Appleton; Kurt Schweitzer, Greenville
HEATS 1) Klein; Kurt Schweitzer 2) Rivest; Andy Miller, Bucktown
FAST TIME – Dan Thomson, Neenah 18.170
SPORT TRUCKS FEATURE – Jason Plutz, Neenah; Dan Vixmer, Fond Du Lac; Kyle Quella, Appleton; Bobby Wautier, Denmark; Marty Sokolik, Oakfield
HEATS 1) Marty Sokolik, Andrew Ross, Appleton 2) Plutz; Quella
FAST TIME – Kylee Vandermoss, Appleton 16.566
FIGURE 8 - Craig Vanderwettering, Kaukauna