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Jake Kouba would finish in 3rd over Greg Olson and Jimmy Sivia. Mock, who scored his first career Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Car victory at Beaver Dam last year, had to settle for second this evening. His third place effort marking his best run in the series. The schedule itself could play into the drama with some 33 events listed for the season.
The B main was claimed by Allen Hafford over Dennis Spitz. Johnsons smooth driving was rewarded with a fourth place effort also a career high run. Some minor tweaking to the schedule moves the historical Angell Park Speedway to the forefront.
Rod Colburn brought his Harley Davidson number 1 machine home in 3rd followed by Chris Klemko and Johnny Fahl. Fast qualifier Bill Rose nailed down the final top five spot with a solid drive from the 9th starting spot. The semi-banked third-mile clay oval hosted its first IRA show after a 30 year absence last season.
The A main saw Bill Balog jump out form his pole starting position to the lead. Rose, the series point leader, has three consecutive top five performances so far this season. That contest, which was won by Sheldon Haudenschild after a dramatic late race charge drew rave reviews.
Kris Spitz would claim the 5th position and final transfer spot to the A main. Mock undoubtedly would like to see a repeat of his performances last season in the upcoming Beaver Dam contests. Opening night is April 18th at La Salle (IL) Speedway, with Wisconsin's Wicked Fast (WWF) Tour debuting on April 25th at Beaver Dam Raceway.
Zack Raidart would finish in 2nd followed by Jimmy Kouba, Saturday nights Wilmot raceway feature winner Nathan Crane finished in 4th ahead of Nick Petska. Mock meanwhile began to surge, finding additional speed in his #1m machine that he had twice put in victory late at Beaver Dam Raceway last season. This change in participation almost assuredly points toward a new title holder in 2015.
Michael Decker would claim the 4th and final transfer position, fending off a late race charge from 16th starting Mike Terry Jr who would have to settle for 5th. This year season opening event for the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints took place at La Salle Speedway. (DNF) 99M-Austin Mc Carl Osborn & Son Trucking Qualifying: 1. IRA would like to thank Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts & Service Centers, Osborn & Son Trucking, Hoosier Tire, TW Metals, Cummins Onan, Cedar Creek Motorsports, and Carriage Auto Body for their numerous years of support, and we're proud to add Twin Lakes Marine to that loyal list of partners.
The A main saw Jake Blackhurst start on the pole, but a massive wheel stand on the front stretch would allow Jordan Goldesberry to take the lead, Jordan would hold the lead through a pair of cautions, first for Jeremy Schultz and then for a pair of 1m cars, driven by Phillip Mock and Jim Moughan. Seven time, and defending champion Bill Balog showed hes showing no signs of slowing down, besting a stout field of 40 drivers to earn his fourth straight IRA victory at the that track. KYLE MARTEN AND JOSH WALTER TO COMPETE FOR ROOKIE OF THE YEAR HONORS ON BUMPER TO BUMPER IRA OUTLAW SPRINT TOUR!
2nd quick would be Tim Cox with Allen Hafford in 3rd. As the race continued Schmidt kept his margin at the front. Drivers such as Bill Balog, Mike Reinke, Scotty Neitzel, Scott Biertzer, Steve Meyer, Matt Vandervere, Wayne Modjeski, Todd Daun, Jereme Schroeder, and Bill Wirth.
Randy Stanford and Derek Crane would time in 4th and 5th respectively. When the final circuits came into view Schmidt found himself having to work extra hard to pass lapped cars. Add to that long standing family racers such as the father and son combination of Dennis, and Kris Spitz along with cousins Scott, and Dave Uttech you have a talent pool in excess of 30 drivers who look to participate in a majority of the season.
Heat race 4 was claimed by Kody Kinser over rookie of the year contender Brandon Mc Mullen. The banked, third-mile, clay oval was one of the favorite tracks on the circuit for young charger Phillip Mock last season. Expo Speedway - Manitowoc, WI 7/10/2015 Dodge County Fairgrounds - Beaver Dam, WI 7/18/2015 Eagle Valley Speedway - Jim Falls, WI 7/19/2015 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI 7/24/2015 Oshkosh Speed Zone Raceway - Oshkosh, WI 7/25/2015 Wilmot Raceway - Wilmot, WI 7/31/2015 Langlade County Speedway - Antigo, WI 8/1/2015 Sheboygan County Fair Park - Plymouth, WI 8/2/2015 Seymour Tri-Oval Raceway - Seymour, WI 8/7/2015 Dodge County Fairgrounds - Beaver Dam, WI 8/21/2015 Wilmot Raceway - Wilmot, WI 8/22/2015 Wilmot Raceway - Wilmot, WI 8/23/2015 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI 8/29/2015 La Salle Speedway - La Salle, IL 8/30/2015 Angell Park Speedway - Sun Prairie, WI 9/6/2015 141 Speedway - Francis Creek, WI 9/11/2015 Amsoil Speedway - Superior, WI 9/12/2015 Cedar Lake Speedway - New Richmond, WI 9/19/2015 Beaver Dam Raceway - Beaver Dam, WI 9/25/2015 Luxemburg Speedway - Luxemburg, WI 9/26/2015 Dodge County Fairgrounds - Beaver Dam, WI 2015 Season Gold Membership Drivers: ( Those expected at multiple events ) 0 Johnnny Fahl 02 Mike Reinke 1m Phillip Mock 2w Scotty Neitzel 4b Scott Biertzer 4k Kris Spitz 5 Bryon Walters 5j Jeremy Schultz 6 Bill Rose 6k Kurt Davis 7 Scott Uttech 7f Lance Fassbender 9a Andy Hunt 10v Matt Vandervere 11k Rick Kelsey 12 Mike Decker 12w Josh Walter 14aj Wayne Modjeski 17b Bill Balog 19 Todd Daun 23 Russel Borland 23d Trey Datweiler 25 Steve Muth 35 Ben Schmidt 38 Allen Hafford 41 Dennis Spitz 43 Jereme Schroeder 53w Bill Wirth 64 Scotty Thiel 65 Jordan Goldsberry 68 Dave Uttech 73 Todd King 79 Blake Nimee 85m Steve Meyer 94 Brandon Thone 99 Kyle Marten 4/3/15 With the season opener for the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series just 2 weeks away, the series is proud to announce a list of 35 drivers strong who have bought GOLD memberships thus far.