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Posted under News by Wayne Brevik on August 22nd, 2016


Marshfield, WI, (August 22, 2013) – After most of the weekend was blanketed with cloudy/rainy weather, fans were treated to some great weather today for the Dan Weinfurter Memorial race.  Many fans poured into Marshfield Motor Speedway to pay respects to the Weinfurter family, and in memory of a great young man, Dan Weinfurter.MMS-0011

A special purse of $400 was going to one lucky Pure Stock driver, the winner of the Dan Weinfurter Memorial.  Setting fast time in the Pure Stocks was Athens, WI driver Dillon Mackesy.  Mackesy turned a 21.911 on the paved half mile.  Rangeline, WI driver Karl Genett was the winner in the Pure Stock heat.  In feature action, it was Kyle Genett grabbing the early lead and setting the pace the first eight laps.  On lap nine, it was Dillon Mackesy over taking Genett for the race lead.  By lap 15, Mackesy stretched his lead by 3 car lengths as Karl and Kyle Genett battled for the runner up position.  Battling for the fourth position was Mike Weinfurter and Travis Volm.  One lap later, Volm experienced a problem with his #76 car, and exited to the pits.  Once starter Geno Eckes threw the checkered flag, it was Dillon Mackesy pocketing the $400 and getting his first feature win of the year at MMS.  With Kyle Genett finishing a solid second, it was Karl Genett grabbing the third position.  Rounding out the top five, it was Mike Weinfurter in fourth, and Kurtis Wosick pocketing fifth place prize money. Note: Karl & Kyle Genett are tied for the top spot in the race for the season championship.MMS-7194

There was no qualifying for the CWRA Super Late Models today, instead, the children in the stands drew for the drivers starting positions.  In heat action today, it was Derrick Van Dreel and Dalton Zehr earning wins.  In the first CWRA feature event, it was Jeff Weinfurter grabbing the early lead from his outside pole position.  Weinfurter built a nice lead as Dalton Zehr and Derrick Van Dreel battled for the second position.  Once Zehr cleared the car of Van Dreel, Weinfurter experienced a 6 car length lead.  Zehr, who has been having a great season, was able to cut the lead minimally.  Jeff Weinfurter, who has had great luck at Marshfield in recent years, earned his first feature win of the year at Marshfield.  With Dalton Zehr coming home in the second positon, it was Derrick Van Dreel cruising to a third place finish.

  1. Jeff Weinfurter
  2. Dalton Zehr
  3. Derrick Van Dreel
  4. Darek Gress
  5. Jake Capek
  6. Chris GrimesMMS-7166
  7. Kirby Kurth
  8. Mike Sievers
  9. Wayne Breitenfeldt
  10. Cody Smiley
  11. Jack Greenwood
  12. Shane Smiley
  13. Mike Bramstedt
  14. Cody Blakeslee
  15. Monte Gress, DNS
  16. Randall Wilhorn, DNS

In the second feature for the CWRA Super Late Models, it was Wayne Breitenfeldt and Mike Sievers battling for the race lead.  As the drivers entered turn one on lap three, Breitenfeldt and Sievers left enough room for Dalton Zehr to make a three-wide pass.  With three wide passing legal at Marshfield, Zehr did a remarkable job clearing the two cars without incident.  Zehr opened the door for Jeff Weinfurter to make the pass on Breitenfeldt and Sievers as well, to gain the second spot.  With Zehr holding a commanding lead over Weinfurter, the real battle was for third.  It was Kirby Kurth and Jake Capek racing side by side for the position.  With Kurth finally gaining the third position, it looked as if Kurth might have something for Weinfurter for the runner up spot.  In the end however, it was all Dalton Zehr, as he grabbed yet another feature win.  With Jeff Weinfurter holding off Kirby Kurth for the second spot, it was Jake Capek and Darek Gress rounding out the top five respectively.

  1. Dalton Zehr
  2. Jeff Weinfurter
  3. Kirby Kurth
  4. Jake Capek
  5. Darek Gress
  6. Derrick Van Dreel
  7. Wayne BreitenfeldtMMS-7230
  8. Jack Greenwood
  9. Mike Sievers
  10. Mike Bramstedt
  11. Chris Grimes
  12. Cody Smiley, DNS
  13. Shane Smiley, DNS

In CWSSA Super Stocks action, it was Brian Weinfurter tripping the clock fastest in qualifying with a lap time of 20.096 seconds.  In heat action, Weinfurter held off Zuch for the race win.  When the Super Stocks took the track for their feature event,  it was John Zuch and Brian Weinfurter doing battle.  On lap two, it was Weinfurter grabbing the lead, with Zuch a close second.  In the end, it was Brian Weinfurter grabbing the race win with Zuch coming home in second.  Greg Back had a strong showing as the Vesper, WI native grabbed the third position.  Rounding out the top five was Greg Mathews and Rick Beyer.  Weinfurter now holds a slim 4 point lead over Zuch for the season championship.MMS-7206

The X-Treme 4’s did battle again today, and didn’t let the Marshfield crowd down with some spectacular racing!  Charlie Nickel, after a few weeks off, came back strong and notched fast time for the X-Treme 4’s.  Jarad deBoer and Steve Hauser grabbed heat wins today in the 4-cylinder division of racing.  As the drivers took the green for their 20-lap feature event, it was Jarad deBoer grabbing the early lead.  deBoer gave way to fast Charlie Nickel on lap 3, with Chuck Dixon holding down the third spot.  On lap 8, it was Steve Hauser moving past deBoer for the second position, with Brandon Herr stealing the third position from deBoer.  As the feature progressed, it was obvious that this was going to be the day that Nickel visited victory lane.  Nickel displayed some great racing and went on to grab the feature win.  Steve Hauser grabbed the second spot with a strong performance in his #91 hot rod.  In doing so, Hauser closed the gap on Kevin Eckes to just 7 points in the season championship.  Brandon Herr grabbed the final podium spot as he captured the third position.  Kevin Eckes and Jared deBoer rounded out the top five.

  1. Charlie Nickel
  2. Steve Hauser
  3. Brandon Herr
  4. Kevin Eckes
  5. Jared deBoerMMS-7214
  6. Rick Brandl
  7. Scott Ciecielski
  8. Keith Wosick
  9. George Seliger
  10. Chuck Dixon
  11. Jeremy Kemnetz
  12. Christine Schmude

Looking for a clean sweep today in the Bandit division was Greg Blount.   Blount already earned fast qualifier and heat wins today.  Kevin Tessmer led lap one, and it was Jenna Breitenfeldt leading lap 2 of the Bandit feature event.  After that, it was going to be a battle between a fast Zach Onsen and Greg Blount.  Onsen would lead the next five laps, however, it was Blount getting by Onsen on lap seven for the race lead.  In the end, it was Greg Blount with the clean sweep as he captured another feature win and extended his points lead.  Zach Onsen, showing great speed in his stock 4-cylinder, finished a strong second.  Grabbing the third position in a great showing was Kevin Tessmer.

  1. Greg Blount
  2. Zach Onsen
  3. Kevin Tessmer
  4. Shawn KemnetzMMS-8830
  5. Steve Rusch
  6. Jenna Breitenfeldt
  7. Brett Breitenfeldt

Marshfield Motor Speedway would like to thank all the fans and drivers for coming out today to support a fine young man who lost his life last year in an automobile accident.  Dan Weinfurter was an exceptional Pure Stock driver, moreover, an exception fine young man.

Racing continues next Saturday, August 27th, with the running of the third and final leg of the Yellow River Racing Series for the Super Late Models.  Derrick Kraus holds a slim 2 point lead over Dalton Zehr, and a 5 point lead over Jason Weinkauf.  Anyone of 7 drivers could still capture the YRRS crown.  This is a 50-lap feature event you don’t want to miss!  Also, this Saturday, it will be the final race for the CWSSA Super Stocks.  Brian Weinfurter and John Zuch are separated by only 4 points!  Pure Stocks are also on the slate, and you don’t want to miss brother’s Genett battle for the win as they are tied for the point championship!  With the X-Treme 4’s competing as well this Saturday, don’t miss the battle between Steve Hauser and Kevin Eckes.  The two drivers are separated by only 7 points.  Finally, the Bandits, who keep the fans on the edge of their seats, will also be competing.  Plan on a great night of racing with lasting memories being created!

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We will see you this Saturday night for a special night of racing action.  Pit gates open at 4 pm, fan gates open at 5 pm, with qualifying at 6 pm and racing set to start at 7:30 pm.


Posted under News by Wayne Brevik on August 16th, 2016

Dan Weinfurter MemorialMarshfield, WI, (August 16, 2016) – Five divisions of racing are set to compete this Sunday afternoon at Marshfield Motor Speedway.  The Bandits, X-Treme 4’s, Pure Stocks, CWSSA Super Stocks, and the CWRA Super Late Models will all be competing this Sunday afternoon in the Dan Weinfurter Memorial.

It looks to be a great field of cars and drivers as the divisions of racing take to the track.  MMS will also have “throwback” food & drink specials for this SPECIAL event.  $1 dollar hot dogs, $2 dollar brats, $2 dollar beers, and $1 dollar bottled water!

There will be $400 to win the Pure Stock feature, no matter the car count!  MMS has free rough camping, children’s playground, Upper Reserved Parking, and closed circuit TV to watch the races in our controlled environment Speedway Bar.


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