Custom Windows Plus team driver Kyle Frederick of Gillett had the crowd on it’s feet at Seymour Speedway June 6, as the veteran IMCA stock car driver fought off many of the toughest drivers in the country, including defending track champion Shawn Wagner, to win the feature and snap Wagner’s four straight win streak.
Frederick also won his heat Sunday, nailing down a clean sweep in what’s often referred to as the “class too tough to tame.” “For Kyle to win against a tough field of guys, including Shawn Wagner, that says a lot,” said Jon Courchaine of Custom Windows Plus, who was in attendance Sunday. “That class is loaded with talent, and anytime you can get a win, it says a lot.”
Meanwhile CWP team driver Troy “General Jed” Jerovetz got some ink recently with an article in the Green Bay Press Gazette. The story focused on Jerovetz’ drive to reach IMCA’s national sportmod title. Jerovetz currently sits sixth in the national point standings. Jerovetz and crew member Jesse Heise recently made the nearly six hour haul to race at I 35 Raceway In Iowa on Memorial Day where he finished fourth. You can catch Jerovetz’ story at greenbaypressgazette.com. Jerovetz currently leads the IMCA northern sportmod points in Wisconsin.
In IMCA modified action, CWP team driver “Dancin “Lance” Arneson nailed down an IMCA modified feature win at Seymour Speedway on May 16. Pulaski’s “Racin Jason” Czarapata sits fourth in the current Seymour point standings and is fifth at Shawano Speedway where he competes on Saturday nights. Czarapata scored a second place finish at Shawano May 22 and has been a consistent top running car on both Saturday and Sunday nights.
Navarino’s Nick Anvelink leads Shawano Speedway’s weekly WISSOTA late model point standings, currently holding a six point lead over Shawano’s Troy Springborn. Nick’s dad Terry Anvelink sits fourth in the point standings. After winning at Shawano in early May, Nick Anvelink has finished no worse than fifth in any event he’s competed in thus far.Nick has recently had a new website developed. It’s anvelink15.com.
On the pavement, Suamico’s Adam White has worked the learning curve in his super late model Saturday nights at Marshfield Super Speedway. White captured a heat win in his second night out and finished ninth in the feature on May 22. White is currently fifth and is the top rookie in the standings, as he’s chasing the rookie-of-the-year crown at the paved, half-mile oval.
Custom Windows Plus will be sponsoring nights at Seymour Speedway July 25, Luxemburg Speedway July 9 and at 141 Speedway in Francis Creek Wednesday, September 1.
With locations in Green Bay, Madison and Wausau, Custom Windows Plus specializes in window sales and replacement. Please check out their website at customwindowsplus.com, or call (920) 855 6555.