Waldvogel, Czarapata wire fields at Outagamie

Dylan Waldvogel led the distance in winning Friday’s Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMod feature at Outagamie Speedway. (Photo by Dan Lewis Photography)

By Edward Anschutz

SEYMOUR, Wis. (June 23, 2023) – Dylan Waldvogel started on the pole of the Friesen Performance IMCA Northern Sport Mod feature and never looked back in racing to the checkers Friday at Outagamie Speedway.

Cory Kemkes challenged Waldvogel several times but could never find a way around. Waldvogel led all 20 laps for his first win of the year. He was followed to the checkers by Kemkes, Chris Kuchta, Jordan Jahnke and Ryan Schmidt.

Dan Michonski snagged the lead on lap one of the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature but it was Brett Wenzel taking to the outside of the track to grab the lead on lap two.

The only real challenge to Wenzel came on restarts as Chucky Forstner hung with Wenzel at times. In the end it was Wenzel fending off the field for the win. Michonski, Forstner, Tyler WIlson and Brandon Czarapata completed the top five.

Dan Roedl led the early stages of the Friesen Performance IMCA Modified feature while Marcus Yarie and Benji LaCrosse worked through the field and toward the front.

By lap six, Yarie had advanced to second and quickly caught Roedl. Yarie went to the inside to take the lead on lap nine.

LaCrosse moved to second on lap 11 and, in turn, quickly reeled in Yarie. LaCrosse and Yarie raced side-by-side on lap 14 with LaCrosse holding a slight advantage at the line. LaCrosse then pulled away for the win. Yarie finished second. Lucas Lamberies made a late-race charge to finish third. Roedl took fourth with Cody Schroeder finishing fifth.

Jeremy Czarapata led wire-to-wire to secure the win in the Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compact feature. Bailey Tate, Cody Booth, Brett DePrez and Al Cottrell rounded out the top five.

Jeremy Czarapata was scored first on every circuit on his way to winning the Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compact feature at Outagamie Speedway on Friday evening. (Photo by Dan Lewis Photography)

Racing at Seymour continues Friday night as the Dirt Kings Late Model Tour joins the show and fireworks follow the on-track action. Pits open at 4 p.m., the grandstands open at 5 p.m. and racing starts at 6:30 p.m.

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