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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8TH TRICKLE MEMORIAL GAINING ENTRIES AS PRESTIGIOUS EVENT CLOSES TO TWO WEEKS AWAY!

Posted under News by Wayne Brevik on May 24th, 2016

With the Dick Trickle Memorial just two weeks away, fans are starting to get excited about what should be an excellent show! Entries are starting to roll in, and still with two weeks prior to the race event, here is a list of drivers thus far that you can expect to race in the Trickle Memorial, (3) 33-lap feature events! First listed is last to qualify for this prestigious event:
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CARDELL POTTER
RYAN HINNER
ERNIE SCHLOUGH
KENNY WALLACE
DALTON ZEHR
JUSTIN MONDEIK
BEN PETTIS
BRENT STRELKA
RANDALL WILHORN
JACK GREENWOOD
NATALIE DECKER
SCOTT HOFFMAN
KIM KLITZKE
COLE ANDERSON
STEVE APEL
DEREK KRAUS
REAGAN MAY
JACOB GOEDE
EUGENE GREGORICH
COREY JANKOWSKI
TROY NELSON
DEREK GRESS
JASON WEINKAUF

This list of drivers is expected to grow significantly in the coming week. Visiting Marshfield Motor Speedway for the first time will be NASCAR star and FOX SPORTS commentator Kenny Wallace. Wallace, who calls St. Louis, Missouri home, is looking forward to competing with some the top drivers in the Midwest. Overall winner of the Trickle will take home $3000!

Pure Stocks already have an entry list of 14 cars, and hoping to get that list to 20. Winner of the Pure Stock feature will pocket a cool $400, with $125 to start. X-Treme 4’s will be the other support division, and the winner of their feature will earn $250!

Make sure to mark your calendars for this exciting mid-week race event set for Wednesday, June 8th!

As more entries come in, we will post to the website and Facebook pages.

If you are interested in sponsoring a certain lap for the Trickle Memorial, fast time award, best appearing car, hard luck award, or an associate sponsor of the Trickle Memorial, please contact Wayne at: marshfieldmotorspeedway@yahoo.com.

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NATALIE DECKER EDGES DALTON ZEHR FOR MARSHFIELD FEATURE WIN! JEREMY LEPAK EARNS TRUCK WIN!

Posted under News by Wayne Brevik on May 24th, 2016

CHARLIE NICKEL TOPS THE NIGHT OFF WITH FEATURE WIN IN X-TREME 4’S!

Marshfield, WI, (May 21, 2016) – It was Kid’s Night at the Speedway tonight, and many kids came out and enjoyed the free Wenzel Farms hot dogs, and the many prized and gifts. Mid-American and the Midwest Trucks also visited the speedway with their traveling series.

The Midwest Trucks made their annual visit to Marshfield Motor Speedway tonight, and it was Camden Murphy earning fast time honors with a lap time of 18.833 seconds, a new track record! Rick Corso and Kevin Knuese earned heat wins in the trucks tonight.

Nick Egan jumped out to the early start as the young driver led the first three laps. Last year’s Rookie of the Year, Danielle Behn, grabbed the lead from Egan on lap 4, with an outside pass exiting turn two. Behn, who is no stranger to MMS, looked dominate as she extended her lead to 4 truck lengths. Dave Edwards moved forward and held a solid second place as he began to put pressure on Danielle Behn for the race lead. On lap 18 of the 30 lap feature event, it was Camden Murphy getting by Behn for the race lead. One lap later, it was Jeremy Lepak moving his familiar #54 truck into the runner up position. With the lights going out with 9 laps remaining, once the trucks went back to green, it looked as if it would be a great battle with Lepak, Murphy, and Behn. With 6 laps remaining, Lepak put the nose of his truck to the inside of Murphy as the trucks exited turned 2. Jeremy Lepak and Camden Murphy would do battle, side by side for the next three laps. Lepak, who calls Plover, WI home, grabbed the lead from Murphy with three laps remaining, and went on for his first Midwest Truck Series feature win. With Murphy finishing a solid second, it was young Danielle Behn having her best run in the Midwest Trucks, coming home in an impressive third position.
1. Jeremy Lepak
2. Camden Murphy
3. Danielle Behn
4. Kevin Knuese
5. Chester Ace
6. Dave Edwards
7. Jerry Wood
8. Ross Christiansen
9. Rick Corso
10. Tommy Pecaro
11. Nick Egan
12. Kyle Rhoades
13. Derek Doerr
14. Cole Scholze

In X-Treme 4’s racing action tonight, it was Keith Wosick earning his first fast time in the X-Treme 4’s division of racing. Wosick stopped the clock at 21.995 seconds. In heat action, it was Charlie Nickel taking home the win in the 8-lap event.

Once the X-Treme 4’s drivers took to the track for their feature race, it was Charlie Nickel out front all 15 laps, earning his first feature win of the year. Kevin Eckes came home a solid second, with fast timer Keith Wosick finishing third.
1. Charlie Nickel
2. Kevin Eckes
3. Keith Wosick
4. Steve Hauser
5. Jerad DeBoer
6. Tim Finstad
7. Chuck Dixon
8. Christine Schmude

In Super Late Model racing action here tonight, it was Dalton Zehr earning fast time in his #7-11 Ford Fusion. Zehr tripped the clock in a lap time of 18.114 seconds. It was Eau Claire, WI driver Ben Pettis winning the Kafka Granite Dash 4 Cash. In her first visit to the speedway in 2016, Natalie Decker took home the checkered flag in the SLM heat.

Once the super late models took to the track for their 30-lap feature race, Ben Pettis out muscled Justin Mondeik for the race lead. Pettis, a multi track champion at Marshfield, moved out to a 5-car length lead by lap 9. On lap 3, it was Stratford’s Derek Kraus taking over the runner up position. Three laps later, it was fast timer Dalton Zehr getting by Kraus for the second position. Natalie Decker was also able to get by Kraus with an inside pass. It was noticeable that Zehr was starting to run down a fast Ben Pettis. On lap 26, Zehr was able to clear the Pettis machine as it appeared the Pettis #22 developed a slight push in his hot rod. Decker followed suit and followed the 7-11 car thru the hole that Zehr created. With two laps remaining, Zehr and Decker raced side by side for the race win. On the white flag lap, it was Decker gaining the lead with an inside pass. As the drivers exited turn two, it was Zehr racing back to the inside of Decker as the two drivers battled side by side down the backstretch. Off turn four, the two cars were side by side, and at the finish line, it was Decker edging out Zehr by a few feet for the race win. In recent history, this was truly one of the best feature finishes, one that had the fans screaming and off their seats!. Ben Pettis finished a solid third, with Justin Mondeik and Brian Hakala rounding out the top five.

Next week, it will be the first leg of the Yellow River Racing Series for the Super Late Models, a special 50-lap feature event. Super Stocks, Pure Stocks, X-Treme 4’s, and Bandits will all be competing. It is also Military Night, all past and current Military will receive free admission.

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