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July 23, - Jackson Motorplex is gearing up for a trio of events that cover many types of outdoor action. Saturday, Sathoff started dead last after a DNF in his heat race. In the feature pole sitter Jon DeBoer was unstoppable while the positions behind him changed more often than a politician on the take!

Sathoff still trailed DeBoer by a half straightaway when a late caution rewrote the final chapter. Sathoff was able to take what little room DeBoer gave him on the inside to pass the leader and claim his fifth win of the season. DeBoer and Gregoire settled for second and third. With the win, Sathoff holds a 79 point lead over Feltman in the point standings. July 19, - Kerry Madsen posted a pair of top finishes during two marquee World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series events throughout the last week.

July 16, - Jackson Motorplex will host a pair of shows this week that cater to fans of various types of racing divisions. Peterson had a solid performance all evening, finishing second in his heat race, winning the Barb Brandt Memorial Dash for Cash, and leading all 25 laps in the feature on his way to Rock Auto Victory Lane.

For the Lake Elmo former modified racer turned wingless sprint car driver, it was Brad's third career Traditional sprint car victory with all of them coming at his home track. Peterson thanked his sponsors, crew family and everyone involved with putting his potent 93 non-winged sprint car on the track for each and every race.

Peterson truly is living the dream and making long-lasting memories in the process. In front of a very large crowd, Derrik Lusk of Jackson topped an incredible battle amongst the top three cars and drove to his first Cedar Lake Speedway feature win and his second UMSS career victory. Pumped with energy after winning the exciting 25 lap feature race, Lusk exited his sprint car, climbed up on the back behind the top wing and raised his hands high in the air to celebrate in Rock Auto Victory Lane.

Moments later during his post-race interview with announcer Marty Gallagher, Lusk had some great comments for the fans indicating that you won't find a better sprint car race in this area than the one he just won.

In fact, it was the first time wingless sprints had ever raced at the track dating back to the old Monster Hall name. Kouba parked his 2k non-winged sprinter in Rock Auto Victory Lane at the conclusion of the 25 lap main event. Thankfully the dire forecasts evolved into a hot and humid evening and the Sioux County Youth Fair was able to roar to life once more. The always quick Cory Yeigh from Sioux Falls looked like the man to beat early as he took his 64 machine from the second row and built a commanding lead.

It was not to be as an incident in turn two and contact with the guardrail ended his night behind a wrecker. That gave an opportunity to the rest of the field and JJ Zebell from Parker, SD drove from his last place starting position to pick up the win. July 9, - Kerry Madsen let out a huge exhale last Saturday at Cedar Lake Speedway, where he guided Big Game Motorsports to its first feature victory of the season.

July 12 --Fans and drivers attending the 8th Annual Imperial Tire Silver Dollar Nationals will be made in the shade with special discounts and dozens of styles of sunglasses from Deatherage Opticians. With a strong field of 26 winged sprints signed into the pits for night 2 of the hugely popular World of Outlaws weekend and racing in front of a large crowd, the UMSS sprints did their part to provide some great racing.

Bowers joined Jerry Richert, Jr. Cam Schafer of Minneapolis swapped the lead back and forth with Denny Stordahl of Centuria and held off a late charge by Jake Kouba for the victory. It was Schafer coming out on top, as he ran up top on the cushion while Stordahl was strong on the bottom. The track had two grooves for racing and the leaders were never separated by more than several car lengths throughout. Schafer led the final seven laps on his way to Rock Auto Victory Lane.

Richert led from the pole before Menk captured the lead. Rogotzke created the third lead change in the fourth turn while the event was still in its early stages. Menk and Richert followed in second and third respectively. June 21, - Mother Nature has not been kind to Jackson Motorplex this season.

More than four inches of rain has fallen in the last 24 hours, which has made the grounds too saturated to hold this Friday's Full Tilt Performance Night. This week's rained out program marks the seventh show that has been effected by inclement weather this season at Jackson Motorplex.

June 16 --Incredibly hard racing, endless passing for positions, charges from the back to the front and a couple of heated exchanges were all part of Saturday night's Modified Masters finale at the Cedar Lake Speedway, but the one constant was Rodney Sanders who led all 70 laps while the war was waged behind him.

Pruett got by Brian Hoing in just a lap after the two started side-by-side on the front row. The feature was red-flagged after Ron Howe rolled at least three times on the backstretch. He had several bouts with the wall during the night coming out of turn two.

June 14 --While everybody around him was flying around the high side of the Cedar Lake Speedway Thursday night, Stormy Scott was content to take the road less traveled and it paid off with a late-race pass for the lead and his 48th career USMTS victory on opening night of the 2nd Annual Modified Masters.

June 11, - Jackson Motorplex has a pair of stout events on tap this weekend. From the pole, Gulbrandson led every lap for his second win in as many weeks. A winner of one of the B-Mains, Jahnz passed nine cars in coming from 14 th to fifth. June 4, - Jackson Motorplex will host one of winged sprint car racing's biggest events of the season this weekend. June 1, - The action was electrifying on Friday night at Jackson Motorplex, where Ryan Bickett, Jason Martin and Alex Schriever combined to officially pass 23 cars en route to feature victories.

Starting on the pole was nice, but still Green was hunted by several drivers throughout the feature. Lynn Panos of Calmar, Iowa was the driver who threw the biggest wrench at Green as he had even taken the lead at one point. Green grabbed it back, having great success diamond cutting turns one and two in the A-Main. The Decorah, Iowa racer piloted his 16 machine to the lead for the better part of the event and took home his first Sioux Speedway win.

At the Motorplex, a Fan Fest will be held There will be free candy for the kids. Since all heat races, the dash and two feature events for support divisions had been completed, UMSS and track officials decided the fairest way to pay out the UMSS feature was to base it on the dash finish for the top six cars in passing points from the heats and then from seventh on back use the points earned by those cars in the heats. Having won the dash, young Canadian driver Skylar Gee, son of former World of Outlaws racer Tim Gee, was awarded the win and will go in the record books as the winner of the 16th Annual Billy Anderson Memorial with a footnote next to his name.

With rain claiming the feature the night before at Princeton, this would be the season opening feature event for the winged sprint cars of the UMSS. Topping a couple of fellow Canadian drivers, it was an "Oh Canada" Sweep of the top three finishing positions.

After his car was destroyed in racing action the previous weekend at the Richert Memorial, season-long points leader Cam Schafer of St. Paul, MN only needed to register for the final event to amass enough points to garner his second career title. Unable to repair his own venerable 14 Rathpack Racing hot rod, Schafer relied on the generosity of his fellow competitor Jon Lewerer, who graciously loaned out his 69s for the evening.

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