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Travis Whitney challenged Schultz hard for the lead in the early laps before his DeWall Motorsports 16 popped out of gear sending him to the tail. Kerry Madsen would challenge Schultz for the lead on the restart but could not get around the 5J.

Jeremy Schultz claimed the win over Madsen. Brooke Tatnell brought his 55 home in 2nd after fending off many challenges from the Knoxville Raceway rookie of the year Carson McCarl. Heat 3 saw Scotty Thiel take the early lead but a motor problem at halfway would sideline the Professional Platting 64, giving the lead to Terry McCarl.

McCarl would claim the win, followed by Parker Price-Miller. Sammy Swindell picked up 3rd with current points leader Jake Blackhurst in 4th and Jason Johnson in 5th. The 4th heat race saw Wade Nygaard lead flag to flag picking up the win. Balog eventually getting the better of the two and finishing in second. McCarl took the lead back near the halfway point. A red flag with 1 to go for Tori Knutson getting upside down would create a green white checkered restart with McCarl leading over Skyler Gee.

McCarl got a good restart and was able to use that to claim victory over Gee and Scott Winters. RJ Johnson would grab the 4th and final transfer spot over Travis Whitney who faded after leading early. Tatnell would eventually take the lead from Jeffery as they neared lapped traffic. Kerry Madsen drove into 2nd and set his sights on Tatnell. A caution for Mark Dobmeier who stopped in turn three would set up a four lap dash to the finish.

The pair of Australians dueled for the victory with Brooke Tatnell coming out on top of the Jerry Richert Memorial for the third time in his career. Madsen took second and Terry McCarl stood on the bottom step of the podium.

Davey Heskin would bring his 56n home in 4th with Hunter Schuerenberg in 5th. A Feature 1 30 laps DNF Russel Borland, DNF Mark Dobmeier, DNF Scotty Thiel, Heat race number 1 saw Bill Balog take the lead on the start and never look back.

Parker Price-Miller quickly moved from 4th to 2nd behind Balog but could not catch him. Heat race 2 saw trouble on the initial green flag as Jeremy Schultz and Sammy Swindell would make contact both cars getting upside down. Once the race restarted Jake Blackhust jumped out in front of the field and claimed the victory. Russel Borland would round out the top 5 with his Wiese Trucking The 3rd heat race was won by 4th place starting Kerry Madsen over Lynton Jeffrey.

The A main kept fans on the edge of their seat as Skyler Gee grabbed the lead at the drop of the green flag. Jake Blackhust settled into 2nd with Bill Balog in 3rd. The caution flag would fly bunching the field up. On the restart Gee once again gapped the field into 1 while Balog threw a slider on Blackhurst for 2nd. As the trio settled back into line, Kerry Madsen went to work on Bill Balog for 3rd. Madsen and Balog battled hard, exchanging slide jobs and nearly touching multiple times.

The Mad Man eventually came out on top and set his sights on 2nd place Jake Blackhurst. A caution flag would once again bunch the field up and give Madsen the chance he needed to pass the Hanna City, Illinois native and grab 2nd place. As the laps began to wind down, Gee entered heavy lapped traffic, and that would give Kerry Madsen the break he needed.

Madsen used a lapped car to sneak past the Pat Buck Motorsports car piloted by Gee and take the lead. The Australian never looked back, leading the final laps and claiming victory. Gee settled for 2nd after leading much of the feature and 7th starting Terry McCarl rounded out the podium.

Bill Balog who had a right rear go flat in the final laps, limped his 17b across in 4th and Jake Blackhurst was 5th. DNF 4-Jon Agan, DNF Hunter Custer, DNF 1-Sammy Swindell, [4]; 8. The pair once again exited turn four side by side coming to the checkered flag, this time however Balog stood victorious. Qualifying saw Jake Blackhurst set quicktime over Mike Reinke.

Ben Schmidt would qualify the Oz Motorsports 73 in 3rd. Bill Balog timed in 4th and Scotty Thiel was 5th. Heat number 2 saw Tony Stewart lead all 10 laps in route to victory over Scotty Thiel. Steve Meyer finished in 2nd followed by Ben Schmidt. Dave Uttech and Matt Vandervere rounded out the top 5.

Contact between Eliason and Schmidt would send the Thone Motorsports 59 around on the front stretch and bring out the yellow. Stewart once again took off from the field, but one last caution would bunch the pack back up. On the restart Balog would throw a slider on Stewart, at the same time Thiel stuck the bottom perfectly in 1 and 2 and the trio went 3 wide down the backstretch, with the Scott Thiel Motorsports 64 in the lead.

As they entered turn 3, Stewart once again took the lead as Balog regained 2nd and Thiel settled into 3rd. Stewart began to gap Balog again until lapped traffic became a factor. In the closing laps Balog ran down the Rush Truck Centers 14 and entering turn 3 on the last lap, he threw one last slider at Tony Stewart, and Stewart crossed under, the pair exited 4 side by side and charged to the finish line.

Balog would beat Stewart to the line by a mere 0. DNF Todd King, Qualifying saw Jeremy Schultz set quick time over Bill Balog. Schultz would finish in 3rd with 2 time little champion Jacob Wilson in 4th. Heat number two was won by two time series champion Scotty Neitzel over Steve Meyer. Bill Balog finished in third followed by Brooke Tatnell and Jake Blackhurst, who entered the night leading points.

Paul Nienhiser grabbed seconnd away from Russel Borland in the last corner. Jordan Goldesberry claimed 4th and Kris Spitz was 5th. A main action went quick and Scotty Thiel took the early lead and never looked back.

Thiel lead all 30 laps around the the tricky bullring, to pick up the victory and finally snap the streak of bad luck that has been plaguing his team. Bill Balog moved from 6th to 2nd and was closing in on Thiel but ran out of time when the checkered flags fell. A Feature 1 Allen Hafford piloted his 38 machine from the 4th starting position to grab the win in the Wisconsin wingLESS series feature.

Brandon Wimmer aboard the throwback 7TW machine set quick time. Russel Borland in his Wiese Motorsports car timed 5th. Heat race number one saw Brandon Wimmer move from his 4th place starting position to the lead.

Scotty Thiel came home in 2nd followed by Bill Balog. Todd Daun would finish in 4th with Brandon McMullen in 5th. The 2nd heat race was won by multi time Wilmot track champion Jeremy Schultz. Jordan Goldesberry and Russel Borland rounded out the top 5. The 3rd and final heat race saw the battle for the Wilmot track championship play out, as Matt Vandervere started 1st with Steve Meyer in 2nd, the pair separated by just 21 points.

When the checkered flag fell Meyer was victorious over Vandervere meaning the duo would go into the final winged sprint car feature at Wilmot in separated by 19 points. Michael Decker and Nick Matuszewski. Jereme Schroeder would finish in 5th. The A main saw Jake Blackhurst start on the pole, in a car that just twelve or so hours earlier had only been half together in the shop. After finding a problem on the primary car while loading it for Wilmot, Jake and and his dad Paul made the decision to finish putting together their other car and take that one to Wilmot instead.

When the green flag dropped Jake quickly jumped out in front of the field. Todd Daun settled into 2nd as Scotty Thiel tried every line on the racetrack looking for a way around Daun. On a restart at the halfway point in the race, Thiel was able to slide Daun and move into 2nd.

Thiel began to stalk Blackhurst through traffic, until with just 6 laps to go, mechanical trouble would once again strike the Professional Plating 64, causing Thiel to stop on the front stretch and sending him to the tail. The last 6 laps went by quick, and Wimmer tried everything he could but could not get past the Kitchen Cooked Potato Chips 25 of Blackhurst. As the checkered flags fell over the field, it was the 22 year old Hanna City, Illinois native, Jake Blackhurst victorious over Brandon Wimmer.

Matt Vandervere would claim 3rd place, securing his 2nd consecutive Wilmot Raceway sprint car track championship. Steve Meyer would finish in 4th and Bill Balog would come home 5th. Craig Campton would time 4th with Nick Petska 5th.

Heat race number one was won by Jimmy Sivia over Jimmy Kouba. Derek Crane and Nick Petska would finish 3rd and 4th, and lock themselves into the feature.

Heat two saw Chris Dodd pick up the win ahead of Zach Raidart. Tim Cox would finish in 3rd and Doug Schenk would claim the 4th and final transfer position. The 3rd heat race was led most of the way by Matt Vandervere but in the closing laps Allen Hafford took the lead and the win. Vandervere would settle for 2nd followed by Ryan Zielski.

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