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APOLOGIES

 To our LOYAL fans and club members 

As many of you have noted and called about, this web sight has had scrambled information several times over the past couple weeks, and some others when using phone access.

We do know about it and have to make permanent fixes.     We also know how to fix it but it will require shutting the site down for up to 2 weeks for everything to get re-set.

We decided to wait until the season is done, seeing as there are now only 2 weeks left.     We will continue to watch and make corrections as we can and then re-do things after the season.

 We appreciate your support at the Seymour Speedway and want to make sure you can follow all the information throughout the year.    

We know you can make other decisions about your Sunday activities and THANK YOU for choosing to spend your time with us.

Again, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

N.E.W. DIRT 

 

THIS Sunday August 25

Seymour August 24- Racing action at the Seymour Speedway enters the second last week and all of the IMCA divisions will be running their final point night of the season this Sunday night.

 

Unless Jason Czarapata would have a critical problem Sunday night, he will lock up his second straight Budweiser IMCA Modified title by qualifying for the feature.   He holds a 23 point lead over last weeks feature winner, Jay Matthias.

 

The Coors Light IMCA Stock Car division title will be decided tonight between 2 veteran drivers.   John Heinz won the feature last week and moved into first place for the first time this season by a 1 point margin over Rod Snellenberger.   Snellenberger had led the standings all season long and is looking for his 6th division track championship.  Heinz  picked up his third feature win of the year last week and is looking for his first career N.E.W. DIRT title.

 

The IMCA Sport Mod division is a three man race.   Tracy Wasenberg has paced the standings all season long, but the past couple weeks have been tough on the Shawano driver.      Jeremy Cota raced to his 4th feature win of the season last week and took over the point lead by 9 points over Wassenberg.    Wassenberg is in a tie for second with another 4 time feature winner, Cody Hokenstad with 491 each.  All three are very competitive and this should be an exciting battle to the final checker.

 

The Street Stocks and 4 Cylinders will be running point for the final 2 weeks.

 

Jon Ashcraft holds a 24 point advantage over his daughter Lexi with Mert Summers sitting third 25 points back.   The division is very close but these three should make the race to the title an exciting one.

 

The 4 Cylinder chase tightened up the past couple weeks with defending champion, Calvin Stueck taking his first point lead a week ago, and extending it to 8 points with his 5th feature win of the season last week.   Tyler Hungerford is the only one with a shot at taking the title away.

 

Along with the point battles this week, the Faster Pastor race returns this week featuring area clergy running for bragging rights.   This will be the final race of the night.

 

The final 2013 appearance by the Spectator Eliminators will close the program.

 

Don’t forget. The final leg of the Summer Holiday Classic will take place next Sunday, September 1.  The event features the WDLMA Late Models, running a 30 lap main event.    All five of the regular weekly divisions will also compete.  The IMCA divisions will be non sanctioned and will draw/redraw for the night.

The Streets and 4 Cylinders will be running their final point night and will use the regular point average to decide the champions.
   

Trailer Race and Point Chases TONIGHT at Seymour Speedway

Seymour Sunday August 18- 10 AM – This will be a perfect day to load up the family for the best short track racing in Wisconsin tonight at the Seymour Speedway.  

 

Van’s HiWay Auto will be the title sponsor for the full 5 division program on the banked 1/3 mile clay oval..

 

The track will also host their first EVER Trailer Race to close the program.

 

The IMCA divisions will be running their second last point race of the season.  

Defending Budweiser IMCA Modified champion, Jason Czarapata, has a strong hold on the standings with a 25 point margin over Jay Matthias and 27 over rookie Troy Jerovetz.    Czarapata could wrap his up second straight title this week with another strong run.

 

The Coors Light IMCA Stock Car battle is a virtual toss up yet, with former 5 time champion, Rod Snellenberger clinging to a mere 2 point lead over rival John Heinz.  Heinz picked up his second feature win of the season last week and is looking for his first career N.E.W. DIRT title.    Snellenberger is still looking for a feature win here this season but has consistently run in the top 5 to maintain the point edge.

 

The IMCA Sport Mod division has the top three drivers separated by only 11 points.  

Tracy Wassenberg has led the way throughout the season and has three feature wins to his credit.   A DNF and other problems have allowed the competition to creep closer over the past 2 weeks.    Jeremy Cota sits 3 marks back and is tied with 3rd place driver Cody Hokenstad with a division leading 4 feature wins.   Hokenstad is 11 points behind.     These three have been close all season and the next 2 weeks should be exciting to watch.

 

The Street Stock and 4 Cylinders will be running for point for the final 3 weeks.

 

Jon Ashcraft holds a strong 23 point lead over Mert Summers in the Street Stocks.  He has one feature win this season but has been a steady top five runner.   Summers has not won a feature but again shows consistency can make you a contender.   Jerry Winkler has a division leading 8 feature wins but sits 5th in the standings behind Lexi Ashcraft and Alan Schluetter, and out of the title hunt.

 

Tyler Hungerford had led the point standings all season in the 4 Cylinders, until defending champion, Calvin Stueck picked up his 4th feature win last week and gained the point lead by 4 points over Hungerford.   The pair have run strong all season and it should come down to the final night.

 

All the action kicks off at 6PM SHARP.

 

We appreciate you choosing to spend part of your weekend with us every Sunday night at the Seymour Speedway.

   

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