Seymour, July 27- 9 AM- Just a reminder, there is NO racing today, Sunday July 27 at the Seymour Speedway due to the Outagamie County Fair. It is a beautiful day so take the day off to enjoy the Monster Truck show today at the fair.
Racing will return to the banked 1/3 mile clay oval next Sunday, August 3.
Budweiser will present the Stan” The Man” Gracyalny Memorial night as we remember Stan’s decades long support of local short track racing not only as a driver, but a staunch cheerleader for the sport he loved and passed on to his family, as they continue that legacy.
All five divisions, Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, Coors Light IMCA Stock Cars, Turbo Blue Street Stocks, IMCA Sport Mods and 4 Cylinders, will be in action with the Spectator Eliminators also on the schedule.
Mark your calendars for the return of the IRA Outlaw Sprint Cars to the Seymour Speedway on Sunday night, August 17th. They will join our regular 5 division program which will be running a unique format for the evening.
Racing starts at 5:30 Pm…SHARP! Every Sunday night.
Seymour- July 20- Another perfect July evening for racing action on the 1/3 mile banked oval at the Seymour Speedway Sunday night saw 2 repeat and 3 first time winners in 2014.
The Budweiser IMCA Modifieds kicked off the feature portion of the program with Tyler Wilson grabbing the lead at the start. A pair of cautions before lap 5 kept the field bunched on the leader, but he was able to maintain the top spot.
A 7 lap green stretch had Jamie Schmidt, Jason Czarapata, Mike Wedelstadt and Eric Arneson behind Wilson and the rookie did an excellent job holding the lead running the high line. The drivers behind each tried the insoide line but could only pull event with the leader. Another pair of cautions on laps 12 and 13 bunched the field again. Wilson again took the elad, but this time, Czarapata was able to make a run on the inside stick, as he pulled into the top spot on lap 16, and over the final 4 laps, pulled away from the field to claim his 4th straight and fifth feature win of the season. Eric Mahlik powed from the back of the field to take the runner up spot with Wilson holding off Brad Lautenbach and Schmidt for third. Chad Bartel rounded out the top six.
A lone caution on the original start of the Coors Light IMCA Stock Car set up a flag to flag run for the 21 car field. Three and four wide racing was again the norm early . Jason Bork set the lead pace for the first lap before Josh Mroczkowski, Bob Czarapata and Kyle Frederick made a four wide run into turn one on the season lap. Frederick was the outside man and powered off turn 2 to take the lead. Once in the lead, Frederick pulled away for the rest of the race leaving the battle for the runner up spot. Mroczkowski, Rod Snellenberger, Bill Kelsey and Jeremy Wiital ran the entire content together, swapping positions back and forth trying to find a way to break lose and chase down Frederick.
Snellenberger pulled off the pass for the runner up spot with 2 laps left but could not catch Frederick. The win was the former track champions first win here since June 3, 2012. Snellenberger, Mroczkowsi, Kelsey, Wiitala and Barry Van Straten round out the top six finishers.
William Elder grabbed the lead at the start of the IMCA Sport Mod feature with Rod Solem moving into the top spot on lap 2. Once in front, Solem set a torrid pace and despite several cautions during the race, was up to the challenges from Lucas Lamberies and Jeremy Cota to run to his first feature win at Seymour since August 3, 2011. Dennis Meisler joined the leaders over the last half of the race and powered into the runner up spot on lap 18, only to have Lamberies reclaim the spot at the finish line. Cota, Bruce Belland and Russell Franks rounded out the top six.
The Turbo Blue Street Stocks were ready to do battle with George Tabalske grabbing the top spot on the start with Paul Ambrosius, Lexii Ashcraft, Ryan Blank, and Jeff Dorschner behind. The leaders ran together for several laps, with Blank moving into the runner up spot on lap 4, and moved into the lead on lap 6. Once in the top spot, Blank pulled out to a lead as Jon Ashcraft worked into second. It took most of the rest of the race to reel in the leader, but Ashcraft ran out of time to mount a serious bid for the lead. Blank ran off with his first feature win of the season with Ashcraft right behind. Patty Winkler finished third with Jeff Jungwirth taking a top 4 finish just ahead of Lexxi Ashcraft. Alan Schlueter rounded out the top six.
Harley Diedrick led the opening circuit of the 4 Cylinder main with Jason Czarapata, Tanner Westphal, Brandon Kaye and Tyler Hungerford behind. Diedrick and Czarapata came together entering turn 1 on the second lap and slid up the track, but were able to re group and join the rear before a caution was shown, Westphal took advantage of the slip and took over the lead.
Westphal took off to hide from the field leaving the race for second. Cody Hungerford grabbed the runner up finish on the final lap with Kasey Gross taking third, Tyler Hungerford fourth with Dan Van Pay and Brandon Kaye rounding out the top six.
Reminder that there will be NO racing this next Sunday, July 27 At the Seymour Speedway because of the Outagamie County Fair. Racing returns on Sunday August 3 with Budweiser as the title sponsor . The track will also remember Stan “The Man” Gracyalny and his dedicated family for all of their support to local racing over the past several decades in the area.
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BUDWEISER IMCA MODIFIEDS
20 Lap Feature l. Jason Czarapata 2. Eric Mahlik 3. Tyler Wilson 4. Brad Lautenbach 5. Jamie Schmidt 6. Chad Bartel
8 Lap Heats First l. Czarapata 2. Wilson
Second T.J. Smith 2. Jay Matthias
COORS LIGHT IMCA STOCK CARS
20 Lap Feature l. Kyle Frederick 2, Rod Snellenberger 3. Josh Mroczkowski 4. Bill Kelsey 5. Jeremy Wiitala 6. Barry Van Straten
8 Lap Heats First l. Bob Czarapata 2. Jason Bork
Second l. Mroczkowski 2. Kelsey
TURBO BLUE STREET STOCKS
20 Lap Feature l Ryan Blank 2. Jonny Ashcraft 3. Patty Winkler 4. Jeff Jungwirth 5. Lexii Ashcraft 6. Alan Schlueter
8 Lap Heats First l. Paul Ambrosius 2,. Winkler
Second l. Schlueter 2. Blank
IMCA SPORT MODS
20 Lap Feature l. Rod Solem 2. Lucas Lamberies 3. Dennis Miesler 4. Jeremy Cota 5. Bruce Belland 6. Russel Franks
8 Lap Heats First l. Franks 2. Cota
Second l. Solem 2. Belland
15 Lap Feature l. Tanner Westphal 2. Cody Hungerford 3. Kasey Gross 4. Tyler Hungerford 5. Dan Van Pay 6. Brandon Kaye
8 Lap Heats First l. Tyler Hungerford 2. Harley Diedrick
Second l. Westphal 2. Gross
Seymour – July 20 – 9 AM – It appears to be another superb mid July day in Northeastern Wisconsin. A perfect way to top off the great weekend is to take in a full five division program at the Seymour Speedway tonight.
Racing start at 5:30 PM…SHARP!
Running order tonight is:
Budweiser IMCA Modifieds
Coors Light IMCA Stock Cars
IMCA Sport Mods
Turbo Blue Street Stocks
Pit gates open at 3
Late sign in at 4:30
Grandstand opens at 4
Racing at 5:30 PM…SHARP!!!
Two time and defending Budweiser IMCA Modified champion, Jason Czarapata drove to his third straight and fourth feature win of the year last week. That win puts him 19 marks ahead of Mike Wedelstadt who has 2 wins this season. Jamie Schmidt continues a strong season sitting in third with an opening night feature win. Chad Bartel is fourth and also a feature winner this season. T.J. Smith rounds out the top five.
Travis Van Straten pulled off a last lap, three wide, finish line pass to claim his second feature win of the year and is on top of the point standings by one point over former 5 time champion, Rod Snellenberger. Barry Van Straten, Jeremy Wiitala, and Chas Van Ooyen make up the top five and are separated by only 8 points.
The turbo Blue Street Stocks are currently paced by Jeff Jungwirth who picked up his second straight and fourth feature win of the season last week. Ryan Blank, defending champion Jonny Ashcraft, Alan Schlueter and Patty Winkler are lined up behind.
Jeremy Cota has used a string of top five finishes along with one feature win to be sitting on top of the standings in the IMCA Sport Mod division. The lead is 26 points over young gun, Lucas Lamberies. Bruce Belland makes the trek from Eagle River each week and has been strong all season sitting 3rd, Kevin Bethke and Jessi Ness make up the top five.
Cody and Tyler Hungferford each have a 4 Cylinder feature win to their credit and sit on top of the standings with Cody only 3 points ahead of Tyler. Brad Prahl, Brandon Kaye and Harley Diedrick make up the top five.
Racing has been very competitive this season and should continue to the final checkered flag in September.
Just a reminder, there will be NO racing at the Seymour Speedway nest Sunday, July 27, because of the Outagamie County Fair. Racing will return on August 3rd with Budweiser as the title sponsor. It will also be a special night as we remember Stan “the Man” Gracyalny and recognize the decades long support that his family has given to racing in the area.
We hope to see you all tonight at the Seymour Speedway.
Don’t forget. Racing starts at 5:30 PM….SHARP!!
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