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Additionally there is a Show Up points ONLY weekend, and 4 Non-Point events listed which have incentives attached for IRA member teams. Balog and Thiel have been the class of the field all season and will both be trying to get their 2nd win of the season at Wilmot but to do so they will have beat some very tough competition. Thiel was able to get around the 2w of Neitzel and take off from the field. I got around Reinke there and apparently I was in the lead, Thiel said of his run to the front before the caution. Once out front Neitzel began to pull away from his rivals. Toss in the best of the Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprints and several of Wilmot Raceways own hometown heroes and a field approaching 40 cars will be in attendance for the showdown.
Full points will be awarded at races held at 15 different venues within a 4 state region. Steve Meyer is still looking for his first win of the year and has been able to drive his Meyer Electric 85m to a win at Wilmot before. As the race wore on Schultz moved into 2nd ahead of Nienhiser. We didnt need that caution, last night it helped a little bit. I was quick on the bottom early on getting around guys. Ben Schmidt, another challenger for the 2015 season title sailed into the second spot with Whitney making a daring opening lap charge to advance from sixth on the starting grid up to third. For more information on the IRA Outlaw Sprints check out the tour website at by logging onto the series Facebook page at the series is also on twitter at #IRA_sprints.
The Joliet event at Route 66 is Saturday night of Chicagoland Speedways big NASCAR weekend, following the conclusion of the NASCAR Xfinity race just across the street. Meyer has since been able to claim a win of his own at the Langlade County Speedway, winning the 2016 event and should be a contender this Friday night. It took just two more laps before Thiel to slip by Rose to become the next driver to hold runner-up honors. After the event is was found that the oil filter had come loose on the machine of Rose, and that fortunately he did not add his name to the list of expired engines this evening. Expect over a dozen of that series top star drivers to battle for the rights to Wilmot Raceways winner circle.
The IRA officially has the events at 34 Raceway, Fairbury American Legion Speedway, and La Salle Speedway listed as co-sanctioned races with MOWA, though it is likely that the MOWA sanction will be added to enhance one or two of the currently listed multiple race Wisconsin weekends too. Meyer has proven to be strong on the big tracks and and will use that skill to try and claim his first win of the 2017 season. Out front Reinke found himself in heavy lapped traffic at the halfway point of the contest, allowing Thiel, who is very familiar with the Plymouth Dirt Track racing surface where the competed many seasons in a 360 sprint to close the gap. As a result of Roses issues Neitzel got a reprieve on his battle for second, and the third position now fell into the hands of Schmidt who had seen his chief challenger in the point battle drop from the contest. Currently the score is 3-0 in favor of the All-Stars, or more specifically in favor of multi-time All-Star champion Dale Blaney.
While Deer Creek isnt new to the IRA schedule, its been several years since the series has run at the 3/8 highbanks, as last years return visit fell victim to rain. Look for two time IRA champion Scotty Neitzel to be out front at the end as well. Further back Nimee was slicing through the pack having reached the seventh position after starting in the 14th spot. Over the final laps Whitney keep up his pace comfortably taking the win. Blaney has won all three showdown events between the two series, and hes looking to extend the streak to four.
As mentioned there are some co-sanctions, but the overall the majority of the schedule is filled with numerous special events where other sanctions such as the Wisconsin wing LESS Sprints (9), WIMS Mini Sprints (7), MSA Sprints (6), Badger Midgets (4), POWRI Midgets (2), UMSS Sprints (2), POWRI Lucas Oil WAR Sprints (2), Dirt King Late Models (1), plus others too that will share the race night line-up card with IRA in 2018. Neitzel has countless years of experience, and his orange 2w machine always seems to find its way to the front of the field, especially on the big tracks like Langlade County Speedway and his home track the Dodge County Fairgrounds. On lap 18, Modjeskis fortunes took a turn for the worse as a fire erupted under the hood of his machine. Neitzel had held fast to the runner-up spot with Schmidt making the podium for the sixth time this season with his third place performance. He comes into the contest as the point leader in the All-Star sprints, and has captured four wins this season.
Other popular annual events will again include, The Wipperfirth Memorial at Beaver Dam (April 21), the Norm Nelson Classic at Angell Park (June 17), the Harry Neitzel Tribute at Dodge Co (July 6), the Filskov Memorial at Plymouth (July 21), the Schmidt Memorial at Dodge Co (Aug 24), the Northern Nationals at Superior (Sept 7), the Richert Memorial at Cedar Lake (Sept 8), the Semmelmann Memorial at Beaver Dam (Sept 22), and the Waite Jr Memorial at La Salle (Sept 23). Families can come out early to sample some of the great food the fair has to offer and enjoy the carnival rides as well as other goings on around at both festivals and you never know what drivers and teams you may see enjoying their day as well. The IRA is set to return to action Saturday night July 22nd at the Beaver Dam Raceway in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Wayne Modjeski, who had captured heat race wins in both the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints and the local 360 sprint series this evening, started on the pole for the contest. Phillip Mock was doing battle for position had clipped a lapped car causing a flat tire. IRA SPRINTS LOOK TO SECURE WIN ON HOME TURF THIS SATURDAY NIGHT!
141 Speedway will again host a trio of events around holiday weekends, May 27, July 1, and Sept 2. The entire weekend is filled with a great atmosphere and large crowds. Then the teams travel north to the Langlade County Speedway in Antigo, Wisconsin on July 28. Modjeski led briefly before being overtaken by fellow front row starter Mike Reinke who rim rode his way to the lead, officially pacing the first lap. As a result Mock came to a halt of the backstretch forcing the slowdown. July 21, 2015; Wilmot, WI Its about pride and staking a claim on the winners circle at Wilmot Raceway, the birthplace of the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints.
The IRA has a trio of co-sanctioned IRA / All Star Challenge races with Tony Stewarts Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions. It's fair season in Wisconsin, and this Friday night the Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association(IRA) makes its first appearance at a fair in 2017, as the Winged 410 sprint cars headline Friday night of the Langlade County Fair in Antigo Wisconsin. Reinke quickly started to build a gap on the field, and had a full straightaway advantage on Uttech by the time he reached lapped traffic on lap eight. Underway again Whitney, the evenings fastest qualifier, simply stood on the gas leaving the field in his wake. The driver placing his car in the winners circle not only represented the pride of their series but will have earned a cool ,000 as well!
Wisconsin, particularly the southeast part of the state, is home for the series as IRA fixture facilities such as Beaver Dam Raceway, Wilmot Raceway, Plymouth Dirt Track, and Angell Park Speedway will each host 4 events. Former Wilmot Raceway champion Mike Kertscher will also be in attendance this weekend behind the wheel of the Thone Motorsports 80k. Balog had moved from his 10th starting position into 4 when the caution flag fell with just 3 laps remaining for Steve Meyer who blew a tire. I saw him down there (Nimee) and jumped the cushion a little bit in two, Thiel said of Nimees late race pass. Neitzels lead began to shrink as he approached lapped traffic on lap seven, and Schmidt began to reel in the leader. Using the combination of raw speed, and finding ways around lapped machines without breaking momentum, he was able to sail past Schmidt for second, and on lap eight he roared past Neitzel to grab the top spot. The IRA Sprints are presented by its long time supporting series partners.
141 Speedway has the IRA winged/410 group 3 times, with the popular Dodge County Fairgrounds having a pair of dates. And Washington states Taylor Malsam and the Rudeen Racing Team have indicated that there beautiful blue and black 26 machine will be in attendance all weekend. The restart gave Balog a chance to move around Nienhiser for 3rd, and Schultz an opportunity to challenge for the win, but the 64 machine was just too strong and it was Scotty Thiel pulling into victory lane for the 2nd time this year in IRA competition. Second place is good, it dont want to points race anymore Im going out for wins, Thiel concluded. Schmidt in his second season with the Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprints has been tossing the point lead back and forth with Plainsfield, Indiana native Bill Rose. The series support is led by title sponsor Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts & Service Centers, and associate series partners Osborn & Son Trucking, TW Metals, Hoosier Tire, Cedar Creek Motorsports, Cummins Onan, and Carriage Auto Body.
THE BUMPER TO BUMPER IRA OUTLAW SPRINTS ANNOUNCE 2018 SCHEDULE 12/28/17 Mc Henry, IL The 2018 season will mark the 52nd year for the Interstate Racing Association (IRA). In the two previous IRA races at Wilmot this year Matt Vandervere and Bill Balog each picked up a victory. Scott Uttech would complete the top 5 in his 7 machine. The IRA would like to thank our wonderful sponsors, Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts, Osborn and Son Trucking, Hoosier Tire, TW Metals, Carriage Auto Body, Cummins Onan, Hopf Farms, and Hagars Half Pound Cookies. Still, the recent performance for Thiel bodes well for a victory yet during the 2015 racing season. When the A-main took to the track 21 starters accepted the green flag. In the thick of the title chase Neitzel has been showing the tenacity that earned him two previous series titles. Tomorrow night the best of the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints will take on the top drivers from the UNOH All-Star Circuit of Champions in a showdown at Wilmot Raceway.
IRA proudly announces its Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series schedule which will consist of 30 full point races, including co-sanctioned events with the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCo C), and the Midwest Open Wheel Association (MOWA). Joey Moughan and Scotty Thiel also have 410 winged sprint car victories at the birthplace of the IRA in 2017. A main action saw Neitzel take the early lead but soon Thiel was on his bumper. Thiel was obviously letdown having been so close to the win. Earlier I didnt even know we were in the lead, I was trying to race (Steve) Meyer I thought he was in the lead. Heading into the tonight Neitzel had already scored a victory in 2015, and has been chasing point leaders Bill Rose and Ben Schmidt narrowing the gap in recent weeks. All-Star series regulars such as Dale Blaney, Cody Darrah, Chad Kemenah, Greg Wilson, Sheldon Haudenschild, Parker Price Miller, Tim Shaffer, Danny Holtgraver, Ryan Smith and Caleb Helms will be on hand.
And the Outagamie Speedway (Seymour) returns to the schedule after a years absence. Other surprise visitors are likely to join in on the fun too. Schultz would settle for 2nd and Balog would come home 3rd. A somewhat slick racing surface greeted the drivers for the start of the 30 lap Frank Filskov Memorial main event. Rose the point leader heading into the night worked his way past Schmidt for the third position on lap nine. 2015 Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints Upcoming Events: 7/25/2015 Wilmot Raceway Wilmot, WI 7/31/2015 Langlande County Speedway Antigo, WI 8/1/2015 Sheboygan County Fairgrounds Plymouth, WI 8/2/2015 Seymour Speedway Seymour, WI TONYS STEWARTS ALL-STARS VS.