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WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
KAUKAUNA, WISCONSIN

TRACK SIZE:  1/2 MILE HIGH BANKED & 1/4 MILE SEMI BANKED ASPHALT OVALS; 1/4 MILE ASPHALT DRAGSTRIP

RACE DAYS:   WEDNESDAY NIGHTS (DS): T&T; THURSDAY NIGHTS (OVAL): FRRC LTD. LATE MODELS, STREET STOCKS, WISCONSIN SPORT TRUCKS, 4 CYLINDERS & FIGURE 8S; FRIDAY NIGHTS (DS): HIGH SCHOLL RACES;  SATURDAY NIGHTS (DS): IHRA ET BRACKETS

PHONE:  920-766-5577

WEBSITE:  WWW.WIRRACING.COM

DIRECTIONS: THREE MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON SR 55, THEN 1 MILE EAST ON CR KK

8/2/05 - VanOudenhoven Wins Wally Jors Memorial Cup At WIR

8/2/05 - Piontek Takes The Royal Rumble At WIR

8/2/05 - Leicht Powers To ASL 150 Win At WIR

 

 

 

 

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VanOudenhoven Wins Wally Jors Memorial Cup At WIR

By Dean Reller

KAUKAUNA, WI (August 2, 2005) - Jeff VanOudenhoven one of the top Midwest Allstar Racing Series drivers showed off his stuff at his home track as he won the Wally Jors Memorial Cup at the Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna. Trent Snyder started on the pole with Trevor Stewart alongside. Snyder quickly assumed the lead as fourth starting VanOudenhoven began working the outside lane as he sought the lead. VanOudenhoven would make the pass on lap four as Lowell Bennett took second and Steve Carlson moved to third. Bennett didnít have enough to challenge VanOudenhoven as Carlson overtook him for the runner-up spot. Also on the move was Jim Duchow, who started near the rear of the field, but wasted no time in working his way towards the front.

The only caution of the race flew on lap 22, when Trent Snyder and John Meidem got together in turn four. VanOudenhoven took command when the race resumed as Carlson looked to unseat him. Duchow then stepped things up as he moved to third and began to work on Carlson. This allowed VanOudenhoven to extend his lead by a few car lengths. With five laps to go, Duchow slipped by Carlson for second. By that time it was too late to move up any more as VanOudenhoven finished things off and took home the win.

Wisconsin International Raceway Results Aug. 2, 2005
B & B Engines Late Model Shoot-out
Wally Jors Memorial Cup
1. Jeff VanOudenhoven (Kimberly)
2. Jim Duchow (Appleton)
3. Terry Baldry (Omro)
4. Steve Carlson (West Salem)
5. Lowell Bennett (Neenah)
6. Andy Monday (Appleton)
7. Ryan Mathews (Lake Geneva)
8. Dan Fredrickson (Elko, MN)
9. Bob Dannes (New Holstein)
10. Tommy Gee (Suamico)
11. Trevor Stewart (St. Augusta, MN)
12. John Meidam (Grand Chute)
13. Blake Bjorklund (Isanti, MN)
14. Trent Snyder (Ironton, MN)
15. Jason Vandenberg (Appleton)-DNF
16. Tim Rothe (Appleton)-DNF
17. Chris Grimes (Green Bay)-DNF

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Piontek Takes The Royal Rumble At WIR

By Dean Reller

KAUKAUNA, WI (August 2, 2005) - Brett Piontek made a late move pay off as he won the Mid-Am Stock Cars vs the Mid-Am Super Trucks Royal Rumble at the Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna. Bill Prietzel, a driver of both divisions, opted to run his truck and took the lead from his number two starting spot. Hot and heavy racing would take itís toll on lap 2, when a pair of racers got together in turn three, sending everyone else scrambling. Prietzel continued to show the way as Piontek had Eddie Muenster, in his first pavement race of the year, looking for a way around.

With less than ten laps remaining, Todd Mott and Gary Tisler, who fighting each other for position, got together in turn three, just in front of the leaders. The rest of the field made it by without incident as the yellow flag waved. Prietzel held the lead on the restart, but two laps later, Piontek pulled alongside and snatched the lead out of turn four. Prietzel fell back in the final laps as Piontek went unchallenged the rest of the way for the win in his car.

Wisconsin International Raceway Results Aug. 2, 2005

Mid-Am Stock Cars vs Mid-Am Super Trucks Royal Rumble
Odd Heat
1. Bob Schultz (Reedsville) 2. Kyle Bauknecht (Reedsville) 3. Jeff Tisler (Reedsville) 4. Daryl Gerke (Whitelaw) 5. Gary Tisler (Cato) 6. Chris Stock (Janesville)-DNF 7. Andrew Ruthenbeck (Virginia, MN)-DNF

Even Heat
1. Bill Prietzel (Franklin) 2. Brett Piontek (Green Bay) 3. Mike Skaja (New Prague, MN) 4. Jason Taghikhani (Franklin) 5. Todd Mott (Mishicot) 6. Rob Braun (Wales)-DNF 7. Eddie Muenster (Green Bay)-DNs

Vercauteren Memorial 30 Lap Feature
1. Brett Piontek 2. Bill Prietzel 3. Eddie Muenster 4. Rob Braun 5. Kyle Bauknecht 6. Mike Skaja 7. Jeff Tisler 8. Gary Tisler 9. Todd Mott 10. Bob Schultz-DNF 11. Jason Taghikhani-DNF 12. Daryl Gerke-DNF 13. Chris Stock-DNS 14. Andrew Ruthenbeck-DNS

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Leicht Powers To ASL 150 Win At WIR

By Dean Reller

KAUKAUNA, WI (August 2, 2005) - 18-year-old Steven Leicht is one of the hottest rising stars of racing and he proved it once more as he dominated the ASL 150 at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna. Earlier in the evening, Leicht set fast time and with the series inversion, started fourth in the 20 car field. Pole sitter Bryan Reffner led the charge as Andrew Morrissey tried to take the lead in the opening laps. After a couple of laps of running side-by-side, Reffner solidified his position as Leicht took second. Leicht would lock onto the rear of Reffner as they ran together out front. Leicht looked to the low side several times, but each time was denied by Reffner. On lap 34, Leicht planted his nose down low and pulled off the pass exiting turn two. Morrissey then came to life as he moved by Reffner as well to take second. Reffner slowly backpedaled as Leicht and Morrissey kept it close up front as the mandatory halfway caution flag waved.

Leicht took control at the start of the second half as Reffner regained second from Morrissey. Several cautions for minor incidents kept the leaders out of lapped traffic as the race for third, fourth and fifth became heated between Morrissey, Ryan Mathews and Terry Schoppenhorst. Leicht would open things up in the last 50 laps, disposing himself of Reffner, while the next several spots tightened up. Reffner had a mirror full in second as Morrissey, Mathews and Paul Paine were right together. When the checkered flag finally waved, Leicht crossed the line by 10 car lengths to take his second win of the season and first ever at Wisconsin International Raceway.

Wisconsin International Raceway Results Aug. 2, 2005
American Stock Car League
American Stock Car League 150
1. Steven Leicht (Ashville, NC)
2. Bryan Reffner (Stevens Point)
3. Andrew Morrissey (Deforest)
4. Ryan Mathews (Lake Geneva)
5. Paul Paine (Mound, MN)
6. Landon Cassill (Fairfax, IA)
7. Rich Loch (Franklin)
8. Trevor Stewart (St. Augusta, MN)
9. Terry Schoppenhorst (Berlin)
10. Curt VanDer Wal (Oskaloosa, IA)
11. Ronnie Hawley (Winona, MN)
12. Hal Collins (Fort Worth, TX)
13. Jacob Dohlun (Milwaukee)
14. Matthis Czabok (Ashland, OH)
15. Trey Allen (McGregor, TX)
16. Chad Wood (Madison)-DNF
17. Jeff Bedell (Cedar Park, TX)-DNF
18. Tim Schmitt (Muskego)-DNF
19. Cale Wiltse (AuGres, MI)-DNF
20. Jonathan Davenport (Blairsville, GA)-DNF
21. Todd Koron (Niagara)-DNF

Scott Performance Wire Fast Qualifier
Steven Leicht (20.461 sec.)

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