Events

IMCA Stock Cars chase $10,000 top check at 141’s fifth annual King of the Creek special

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (July 19, 2022) – Winning the fifth annual King of the Creek special for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars this week at 141 Speedway will pay $10,000. Knowing you finished at the front of a field filled with many of the best drivers in The Class Too Tough To Tame, and earned a guaranteed starting spot in the B & B Racing Chassis All-Star Invitational will be priceless.  Appleton Camping Center returns as presenting sponsor for the July 20 and 21 event at Francis Creek. Qualifying and a $750 to win feature for Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds is on the Wednesday card; a $500 to win feature for Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMods and a $250 to win feature for Mach-1 Sport Compacts complement last-chance qualifying and the Stock Car main event on Thursday. Stock Car drivers can register at MyRacePass. Cost is $115. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional and KMJ Performance State points will be awarded. Pit gates open at 3 p.m. and racing starts at 6:30 p.m.  Wednesday grandstand admission [Read More]

Results

Siefert named official winner of 141 Clash at the Creek

VINTON, Iowa (June 24, 2022) – Jared Siefert has been named the official winner of 141 Speedway’s Clash at the Creek special for Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds.  Tire samples were taken from each of the top four finishers in the June 16 main event and the former IMCA Modified national champion was promoted to the top spot when the sample from the unofficial race winner’s tires did not comply with benchmarks for the IMCA Hoosier G-60. Siefert was eligible to qualify for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational prior to the $10,000 victory. Tire samples taken from Mike Mullen and Wyatt Black also complied with IMCA benchmarks.

Events

14th Clash at the Creek brings IMCA Modifieds to 141 Speedway in pursuit of $10,000 payday

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (June 6, 2022) – The 14th annual installment of the Clash at the Creek brings Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds to 141 Speedway in the quest for a top $10,000 payday.  The Wednesday and Thursday, June 15 and 16 special at Francis Creek guarantees Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational qualifying eligibility to the winner while paying a minimum of $750 to start. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMods both race for $1,000 to win each night. Winners of Stock Car features also become eligible to qualify for the B & B Racing Chassis All-Star Invitational.  IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Razor Chassis North Central Region and EQ Cylinder Heads Northern Region, and KMJ Performance Wisconsin State points will be awarded.  Modified pre-registration is $215 and can be paid and tickets purchased at myracepass.com. Entry fee each night for Stock Cars and Northern SportMods is $20. Pit stalls can be reserved by calling or texting 920 360-5965.  Pre-tech starts at 3 p.m. and an open practice session runs from 7:30-10 p.m. on [Read More]

Results

Reimers sails to rich Captain of the Creek checkers

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (Aug. 19) – Cam Reimers sailed to the $10,000 checkers in the Captain of the Creek feature for IMCA Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods at 141 Speedway. Then he enjoyed some more Wisconsin hospitality, signing autographs and sampling barbeque in the pit area at Francis Creek along with several hundred new friends. The outside front row starter led all 50 laps of the Thursday night main event, keeping Jayden Schmidt in second most of the distance before holding hard charger Elijah Koenig at bay the last four times around the track. After back-to-back cautions on lap nine, Reimers and his closest challengers ran in traffic much of the night as the race stayed green to the checkers. “It’s awesome. It was a really good race,” he said. “I didn’t want to give the lead up early. My tires were pretty tired at the end of the race. I didn’t know if Jayden had gotten by me if we’d be able to catch back up.” A DNQ in his first visit to 141 two [Read More]

Events

Captain of the Creek winner sails to $10,000 Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod payday

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. – The winner of 141 Speedway’s Thursday night Captain of the Creek feature for Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods sails away with $10,000. Drivers can pre-register for the Aug. 18-19 special at Francis Creek for $115 using the https://www.myracepass.com/tracks/3061/registrations/4354 link; entry fee is $120 on Wednesday. Top 10 drivers in points after qualifying on Wednesday will redraw for position on Thursday.  Gates open at 3 p.m. and racing starts at 6 p.m. both Aug. 18 and 19. Pit passes are $30 both days. IMCA Modifieds race for $750 to win and Mach-1 Sport Compacts for $250 to win on Wednesday. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars race for $500 to win on Thursday. Grandstand admission on Wednesday is $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students; Thursday admission is $20 for adults and $15 for seniors and students. Kids ages 10 and under get in free both days. Pit gates open at 3 p.m. and an open practice starts at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Pit passes are $20 and adult grandstand admission is $5.  Transponders will [Read More]

Feature

LaCrosse repeats at 141 King of the Creek, IMCA Stock Car checkers good for $10,000

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (July 22) – He’s won a lot of big races, but the finish to Thursday’s King of the Creek 50-lap main event for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars impressed even Benji LaCrosse. After making his way from ninth starting in the Thursday finale at 141 Speedway,  the defending race winner worked his way into the mix for the front spot on the last lap, beating Mike Mullen to the $10,000 checkers by less than a car length and with Dallon Murty right behind as well.  “I totally did not expect it to come out like this,” said LaCrosse, who already owns big dollar wins this season in the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes 10K at North Central Speedway and in an IMCA Modified at The ‘Burg Speedway’s Eric Van Iten Memorial. “This is at the top of the list for sure.” Murty caught Jay Schmidt for the lead early and led through lap 19 when he gave way to the 10th starting Mullen. Mullen, winner of the 2019 King of the Creek, began to [Read More]

Feature

Whitman is a hit at 141’s IMCA Clash at the Creek

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (June 17) – The IMCA Modified driver they call ‘The Hitman’ was a big hit with his 141 Speedway fans Thursday night.  Johnny Whitman took the lead following a lap 10 restart and led Mike Mullen around the oval at Francis Creek the last 40 green flag, lightning fast times around the track in taking the $10,000 Clash at the Creek win.  “I’ve been wanting to do this for 13 years,” he said from victory lane. “It’s crazy, the amount of competition that’s here. I didn’t know if my car was good enough to keep up with them but we got it done.”  Pole starter Josh Long was a distant third as home state drivers ran 1-2-3. Californian Cody Laney was fourth and Missouri’s Terry Phillips rounded out the top five. Seventy-five Modified drivers from 10 states competed at the 13th annual Clash. Whitman had started fourth and, after Dylan Thornton and Long took early turns up front, went to the high side of the track on the restart that followed the only [Read More]

Events

IMCA Modifieds chase $10,000 check at 141 Speedway’s Clash at the Creek

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. – A crown jewel event for IMCA Modifieds will see 141 Speedway present the winner of the 13th annual Clash at the Creek with a well-deserved check for $10,000.  The Wednesday and Thursday, June 15-17 special brings drivers across the country to the famed Wisconsin speedplant, where they’ll chase the big payday and Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth.  The Clash pays a minimum of $750 to start and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods race for $1,000 to win both nights at Francis Creek. Winners of Stock Car features also become eligible to qualify for the B & B Chassis All-Star race.  IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Side Biter Chassis North Central Region and EQ Cylinder Heads Northern Region, and KMJ Performance Wisconsin State points will be awarded. Pre-tech starts at 3 p.m. and an open practice session runs from 7:30-10:30 p.m. on Tues­day, June 15. Pit passes are $20 and admission to the grandstand is $5 for adults and free for kids ages 10 and under. Modified [Read More]

Results

Markwardt masters Modifieds, Stolp, Kemkes also collect 141 Speedway wins

By Greg Aregoni FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (May 1) – Randy Markwardt Jr. used his searching skills to find his way to the front and find victory lane at 141 Speedway, as 172 cars signed in for competition Saturday at 141 Speedway. Jeff Bodendorfer set sail early in the IMCA Modified feature and went on cruise control at the top of the 1/3-mile. Markwardt started in sixth and tried multiple grooves to make his way to the front of the field. Markwardt finally caught Bodendorfer on lap 11 and pulled away over the remaining laps. Rob Charapata made his way to second but never make a charge. Bodendorfer had a great run in third after leading the first half of the race.  Aaron Stolp had a rough first week and was determined to get back on top. Stolp did just that in a dominating win in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature.  Stolp led until a red flag on lap 14 which involved much of the top 10. Stolp then main­tained his lead over the final [Read More]

Feature

Richards sails to 141 Captain of the Creek checkers

FRANCIS CREEK, Wis. (Aug. 20) – The win was great.  His daughter’s reaction to finding the presentation check propped up against her bedroom door the next morning was even better. Kenny Richards started 13th, took the lead following back-to-back restarts just past midway and then outran a field of Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod heavy hitters in taking the $5,000 Captain of the Creek checkers Thursday at 141 Speedway. The big win came in a Jack Jones Dump Bar and Grill ride Richards hadn’t seen before qualifying started the night before. Jones and brother Jerry, the Two Old Guys Race Team, adjusted the pedals and steering wheel and Richards took it from there.  “I had my fingers crossed we would even make it in. Then I hoped for a top 10. I wanted the bottom two feet (of the track) and we hit that like 49 of the 50 laps,” he said. “I knew when we were in the top 10 that we had a shot at the top five.” Colby Fett led the first 21 [Read More]