Regular Race Program plus Late Models (Sunday, July 6th)

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Regular Race Program this Sunday night plus Late Models..


With the help of Jackpot Junction Casino & Hotel, Redwood Speedway in Redwood Falls, MN will host a regular race program this Sunday night. With the IMCA Modifieds taking the night off, Late Models will take center stage and run the final event of the evening. Each division will run their regular point inversion for this holiday weekend event other than the Late Model division.

The races have been tremendous in the last month including this past Sunday night’s IMCA Hobby Stock and IMCA Stock Car finales. Cory Probst held off a final lap charge from Justin Luinenburg to take the victory in that division’s A-main while Dean Nething held off two of the best in the business in Dan Mackenthun and Matt Speckman to score his first ever division victory.

Because the Late Models will be added to the program, adult admission will be $15.00 and students (13-17) will be $10.00. Fans 7-12 will be $5.00 with all kids six and under getting in free. Track, regional, state and national points will be awarded in all four IMCA sanctioned divisions at the track this Sunday night with a special 6:00 start time (draw cutoff at 5:00). “We’re going to start at 6:00 this week to give the fans a chance to get back home from the holiday weekend and also to give the track a chance to take a little less abuse under the sunlight,” commented Prouty. “The track held up well for our Friday night event for the Sprint Cars because we were able to start a little later so we’re going to try running a little later this Sunday night. We originally canceled the Late Model special but yesterday we had an overwhelming amount of interest that we didn’t know was there so we decided to go ahead with it.”

Although they’ll be idle this Sunday night, Brandon Beckendorf is your current IMCA Modified track point leader by a mere four markers over second place running Jerry Wren of Howard Lake. Dalton Magers, Justin Anderson and Trent Loverude are all members of the top five as well for the open wheel division.

  1. Brandon Beckendorf
  2. Jerry Wren
  3. Dalton Magers
  4. Justin Anderson
  5. Trent Loverude
  6. Curt Lund
  7. Dustin Larson
  8. Josh Rogotzke
  9. Dan Menk
  10. Jeff Maasch

In the class too hard to tame Sleepy Eye, MN driver Matt Speckman currently sits atop the IMCA Stock Car Standings. Rich Gregoire trails Speckman by nine points heading into Sunday night’s action with Shaun Bruns, Luke Sathoff and Gary Mattison all within striking distance, as well.

  1. Matt Speckman
  2. Rich Gregoire
  3. Shaun Bruns
  4. Luke Sathoff
  5. Gary Mattison
  6. Jake Bruns
  7. Dan Mackenthun
  8. Jesse Timm
  9. Jim Richert
  10. Dean Nething

Defending IMCA Northern Sport Mod National Champion Mathew Looft of Swea City, IA holds a 21-point lead over friend and fellow competitor Justin Remus of New Ulm. Remus, who recently picked up his first ever Jackson Speedway victory, holds second with Randy Fischer third, Nick Johanson fourth and Aaron Krohn fifth. Krohn took the win in last night’s feature event for the Sport Mods, who drew 20 entries.

  1. Mathew Looft
  2. Justin Remus
  3. Randy Fischer
  4. Nick Johanson
  5. Aaron Krohn
  6. Jordan Meine
  7. Danny Myrvold
  8. Chris Isaacson
  9. Dan Paplow
  10. Dan Milbradt

The two drivers who decided last night’s A-main going side by side on the last lap are also interlocked in a tight battle for the track point lead. Reading’s Justin Luinenburg currently holds an eight point lead over last night’s feature winner, Cory Probst of Worthington. Matt Olson of Franklin, who has had a tremendous season thus far, currently sits in third with Neil Forsberg fourth and Nathan Gegner in fifth.

  1. Justin Luinenburg
  2. Cory Probst
  3. Matt Olson
  4. Neil Forsberg
  5. Nathan Gegner
  6. Wes Jahnz
  7. Austin Jahnz
  8. Frank Billmeier
  9. Shane Honl
  10. Mark Janssen

Former IMCA Sport Compact National Champion Nate Coopman of Mankato, on the strength of many feature wins, is your point leader in the Compact division. Coopman, who took the win one night ago, holds a 29-point lead over Redwood Falls’ own Ben Wilhelmi. Fellow Redwood Falls’ native Rick Castle sits in the third spot with Stephanie Forsberg fourth and IMCA Sport Compact rookie Jordan “Chubbs” Rogotzke in fifth.

  1. Nate Coopman
  2. Ben Wilhelmi
  3. Rick Castle
  4. Stephanie Forsberg
  5. Jordan Rogotzke
  6. Tori Groebner
  7. Alan Lahr
  8. Steve Johnson
  9. Joe Bunkofske
  10. Adam Nelson

Morgan’s Jake Groff is currently the king of the hill in the Redwood Speedway Bomber division. Groff, however, owns just a four-point advantage over second place driver Melvin Maddock of Redwood Falls. Tyler Domeier, Triston Durant and last night’s feature winner Bix Felska are all members of the top five, as well.

  1. Jake Groff
  2. Melvin Maddock
  3. Tyler Domeier
  4. Triston Durant
  5. Bix Felska

Payout for Late Models:
1. $800
2. $600
3. $500
4. $450
5. $400
6. $350
7. $300
8. $250
9. $200
10. $150
11. $150
12. $150
13. $150
14. $150
15. $150
16. $150
17. $150
18. $150
19. $150
20. $150
21. $150
22. $150
23. $150
24. $150

Entry Fee: $35

Late Model Rules:

Required:
Goodyear G45 & G50, Hoosier WRS2-55 and American Racer MD56 Block Pattern Spec & MD53 tires will be allowed. Grooving and siping will be allowed on all brands. Note: Hoosier WRS-55 may be used on the right rear only.

Optional: Late Models may also use the following engine configurations:

(Steel Head) 406-410 cid engine. Engine must use steel block and steel head. Heads may use a maximum of 235cc runners. Flat tappet cam only with max lift of .600. 1.5 ratio rockers only. Roller rockers are allowed. Wet sump oil system only with external oil filter allowed. Maximum intake height of 7.25”. This car must weigh 2300 lbs with driver after the race.

(Open/Aluminum Block Engine) Maximum engine set back is 6″ measured from center of ball joint to first spark plug hole. Cars using this engine must add 60 lbs in front of engine plate. This car must weigh 2400 lbs with driver after the race.

(Crate Engine) This car must weigh 2250 lbs with driver

Once again thanks to Jackpot Junction Casino & Hotel for making this Sunday night’s event possible along with you the fans. We hope to give you a great program this Sunday night! For more information regarding Redwood Speedway log onto redwoodspeedway.com. For additional information like us on Facebook. Contact information for any questions you might have is on the front page of the website under the “Contact Us” tab. Hope to see you all Sunday night!

 

 

 

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