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Schmidt scores big payday at Outagamie

By Edward Anschutz SEYMOUR, Wis. (Aug. 26, 2022) – Seven hundred dollars awaited the winner in Friday’s Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMod feature at Outagamie Speedway and it was Jordan Jahnke jumping to the lead early on until Ryan Schmidt raced from row eight and to the lead on lap three. Schmidt never looked back, scoring the payday with his third win of the season. Cory Kemkes stayed in the title fight with second place finish, Janke took third, Matthew Radtke took fourth and Chris Kuchta rounded out the top five. It was heartbreak in the Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds as Jordan Bartz looked well on her way to victory lane until her racer began to run rough on lap 15. Bartz slowed and rolled to the infield, ending a bid for her first win of the season. Hunter Parson inherited the top spot and held off hard-charging JJ Andersen to score his first win of the year. Andersen had to settle for second, Jason Ebert placed third, Jayden Schmidt was fourth and Benji LaCrosse [Read More]

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Buckarma bags $750 payday at Outagamie

By Edward Anschutz SEYMOUR, Wis. (July 29, 2022) – Nick Buckarma outlasted Clint Forstner to score his first IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature win of the season, good for $750 and B & B Racing Chassis All-Star qualifying eligibility, Saturday night as 108 racers checked to do battle at Outagamie Speedway powered by EWSC. Forstner drew the pole and led until Buckarma used the outside groove to slip by up top on the third lap. Forstner went back to work down low, retaking the lead on the 12th lap. The duo raced side-by-side the remainder of the event with Kyle Frederick a close third. With two laps remaining, Buckarma was able to find the momentum up top to grab the top spot once again. Buckarma held on by a fender to score a thrilling win. Forstner was second, Frederick took third, Wyatt Block placed fourth and Brett Wenzel completed the top five.   In Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMod action it was Skyler Woods taking command early on as last week’s winner Jake Carpenter worked his way through the field from row six. [Read More]

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Stock Car checkers at Outagamie give Wilson feature wins in 4 IMCA divisions

SEYMOUR, Wis. (July 28, 2022) – Tyler Wilson achieved two goals with one win on fair night at Outagamie Speedway. Driving for John Heinz, Wilson raced to his career first IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature victory on July 22 at Seymour.  More notably, the checkers gave him one or more wins in a fourth different sanctioned division, an accomplishment of which just a handful of IMCA drivers can boast.  “I was bummed about starting 10th but it was pretty cool to be able to drive through the field and win,” said Wilson, from Little Suamico. “I was pumped. It was a goal of mine to win in all the IMCA divisions we have around here. It was a pretty cool goal to achieve.”  Wilson started racing at the age of 14 after coming home from school to find the car his father Troy, a long-time street stock hotshoe, had bought for him.  He won his first IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature in 2009, his first Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMod feature in 2012 and his first [Read More]

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Mullen, Wilson are first at Outagamie fair  

By Edward Anschutz SEYMOUR, Wis. (July 22, 2022) – Mike Mullen and Tyler Wilson were IMCA winners Friday at Outagamie Speedway. Wyatt Block set the pace early in the Friesen Performance IMCA Modified 20-lap feature while Mullen set up shop on the outside groove. Mullen use his momentum to take the top spot on lap five, then distanced himself from the field and leaving the battle for second between Block and Jayden Schmidt. Mullen had the race in hand but a caution with five laps remaining reset the field. Schmidt began to pressure Mullen using the low groove. With two laps remaining, Schmidt worked past Mullen out of turn two but the caution flew, erasing the pass and giving the lead back to Mullen. On the final restart, Mullen switched to the low groove and held off Schmidt to earn his third feature win of the season. Schmidt had to settle for second at the pay window, Block was third, Benji LaCrosse took fourth and Cody Schroeder rounded out the top five.   In IMCA Sunoco Stock Car action [Read More]

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Roedl, Czarapata capture checkers at Outagamie

By Edward Anschutz  SEYMOUR, Wis. (July 8, 2022) – Dan Roedl and Brandon Czarapata were among the IMCA winners as 127 racers checked in to do battle Friday at Outagamie Speedway.  Shawn Frelich led the opening laps of the Friesen Performance IMCA Modified feature until Marcus Yarie motored to the top spot on lap four. Yarie then paced the field until the caution flew midway through the contest.  Roedl used that his advantage, pulling next to Yarie for the top spot. Roedl rode the top side to perfection, taking the lead on lap 12. Cody Schroeder got to second late in the going but no one had anything for Roedl, who picked up his first win of the season and a clean sweep to boot.  Schroeder had to settle for second at the pay window, rookie Jayden Schmidt was third, Brian Mullen took fourth and Yarie completed the top five. Jeff Steenbergen and Czarapata went to battle from the drop off the green in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car headliner. Czarapata worked the tires as Steenbergen stormed the [Read More]

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Block provides IMCA Modified fireworks at Outagamie

By Joe Orsini SEYMOUR, Wis. (July 1, 2022) – The Fourth of July weekend kicked off with 180 cars filling the pits at Outagamie Speedway. Each of the drivers wanted to avoid fireworks on the track and enjoy them from victory lane after the races. The Friesen Performance IMCA Modified feature kicked off with Jason Hyerdall and then Dan Roedl in front.  Wyatt Block wasted no time moving into position to challenge as he moved inside Hyerdall to secure second. Block continued to work the groove inside Roedl and fought side-by-side with the leader for multiple laps as Mike Mullen steadily worked the high side into fourth place. At halfway, Roedl led Block, Cody Schroeder, and Mike Mullen.  A lap 12 restart saw Block slice past Roedl into the top spot and try to open a gap on the field.  The closing laps saw Mullen put on a clinic on running the high side in turns one and two as he tickled the wall up top with every lap. When the checkers flew Mullen closed [Read More]

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Brian Mullen motors to $1,000 payday at Outagamie Speedway

By Edward Anschutz SEYMOUR, Wis. (June 24, 2022) – One hundred and forty-two racers checked to do battle at Outagamie Speedway powered by EWSC Friday night, among them 37 Friesen Performance IMCA Modifieds, 39 IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, 30 Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMods and 19 Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compacts. The stage was set for the Modified main event as Brian Mullen jumped to the lead at the drop of the green as Shawn Kilgore gave chase. A pair of early cautions allowed Mike Mullen and Tyler Wilson to challenge Kilgore for the runner-up spot. As the race reached the halfway point, Mike Mullen began to apply heavy pressure to Kilgore for second place. Mike’s bid to chase down Brian went by the wayside on lap 13 as his car went spinning while side-by-side with Kilgore. Brian pulled away from the field, collecting $1,000 on the day after his birthday and earning Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational qualifying eligibility with his second win of the season and IMCA career 129th. Wilson was able to slip by [Read More]

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Late-race heroics lift Schmidt, Schmuhl at Outagamie

By Edward Anschutz  SEYMOUR, Wis. (May 27, 2022) – One hundred and seventy-six racers checked in to do battle Friday at Outagamie Speedway. Cody Schroeder raced to the lead early during the Friesen Performance IMCA Modified feature. Schroeder looked poised to earn a Kim Parsons Memorial Trophy as he sped away from his competitors. Several cautions kept the field bunched but at every turn Schroeder was in command until the caution flew with five laps remaining.  Rookie Jayden Schmidt was able to slip under Schroeder on the restart to take the lead. Schmidt never looked back to score his first Modified win at the speedway, to the delight of the hometown crowd. Johnny Whitman made a late-race charge to place second, Marcus Yarie battled all race long to take third, Brian Mullen was fourth and Schroeder completed the top five.   In the Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMods it was Ryan Schmidt pacing the opening circuits. Schmidt set sail, leaving the battle for second between Matthew Radtke and Jeff Schmuhl. Schmidt built up a straightaway advantage until a [Read More]

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LaCrosse, Richards lead the way at Outagamie Speedway

By Edward Anschutz   SEYMOUR, Wis. (Aug. 3) – Benji LaCrosse and Kenny Richards were IMCA winners Tuesday night at Outagamie Speedway. Kelsy Hayes paced the opening laps of the IMCA Modified feature until Greg Gretz raced by up top on lap three. Gretz immediately came under fire from LaCrosse, who was able to slip by for the lead on five. Gretz was up for the challenge and dogged the leader until midway, when Johnny Whitman came to call, racing to second and setting the fastest laps on the track. A caution with three laps remaining bunched the field. As the green flew LaCrosse kept the competition at bay to score the feature win. Whitman had to settle for second, Brian Mullen rallied late to place third, Gretz was fourth and Wyatt Block Jr. rounded out the top five. Action was red flagged on the opening lap of the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature as a multi-car crash saw Travis Van Straten end up on his roof. Eric Mahlik and Ronnie Christopher also received heavy damage. All drivers [Read More]

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Mullen doubles up at Outagamie Speedway

By Edward Anschutz SEYMOUR, Wis. (July 30) – Mike Mullen took home top honors in the IMCA Modified and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car features Friday at Outagamie Speedway. Dan Roedl took command early in the Modified main as Tyler Wilson gave chase. Roedl worked the extreme high side to open up a sizable advantage over the field but a caution on nine erased that. As the green flew, Mullen slashed his way through the field, pulling even with Roedl for the lead. A dive bomb from Mullen gave him the number one spot and once there he never looked back, scoring his third feature win of the season. Wilson was second place and Roedl third. In the Stock Cars, it was Mullen jumping to the lead from his front row start. Several cautions kept the field bunched but no one could match the raw speed Mullen had as he easily cruised to victory in his G-Force Chassis. After troubles in the heat race, Brandon Czarapata rallied to place second. Brett Wenzel had a hard-fought battle to place [Read More]