Christians captures 100th IMCA Stock Car win

Jeremy Christians won for the 100th time in his IMCA Sunoco Stock Car career at Outagamie Speed­way on Aug. 14. (Photo by Joe Slack,

By Edward Anschutz

SEYMOUR, Wis. (Aug. 14) – Horicon’s Jeremy Christians celebrated another milestone in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars with his 100th win Friday night at Outagamie Speedway powered by EWSC.

Tyler Wendt paced the opening circuits of the Stock Car feature. Wendt locked in up top as Chris­tians quickly worked his way to the runner-up position using the low groove and slipped by for the lead on lap four.

Christians put his Victory Chassis on the cushion and pulled away from the field. A caution with three to go set up a dash to the checkers but no one had anything for Christians as he went uncon­tested en route to his 100th IMCA feature win. Wendt had his best run of the season to place second, Andy Kleczka rallied late to place to take third.

“Fast” Eddie Muenster picked up his first IMCA Modified feature of the season. Muenster took the lead on the opening lap and never looked back, leading all 20 laps on his way to a clean sweep of the night. Kurt Moeller had his best race of the season to place second while Lu­cas Lamberies raced from row eight to place third.

Jayden Schmidt took the lead from Travis Rhoades with five laps remaining to score the win in the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods. Rhoades had to settle for second and Brady Harshberger was third.

Jake Peters was victorious in the Mah-1 Sport Compacts.