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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.
Cedar Lake (Sept 8) & Deer Creek (Sept 15) include IRA, and both UMSS 360 and UMSS Traditional Sprints on the card. Balog Sweeps Beaver Dam 22 Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Association (IRA) 410 sprint car teams signed in for action on the high banks of the Beaver Dam Raceway. Out front Thiel was extending his lead putting cars down at a rapid pace. Attrition had whittled the field down from 21 starters to 13 finishers. Atop the point standings is a torrid point battle between Plainfield, Indiana native Bill Rose and Plymouth, WI resident Ben Schmidt, the pair are separated by a single point with Rose looking to overtake Schmidt.
Those are just some of the outstanding combinations fans can expect in 2018! Osborn and Son Trucking Qualifying saw Bill Balog go out first and set a time that no one else could top, earning him fast time honors. Unfortunately for Thiel that pace was halted on lap 25 when Bill Wirth jumped the cushion in turn four coming to a halt. Three heat races were held this evening with wins going to Uttech, Marten and Schultz. Rose is a former regular on the World of Outlaw circuit has been adopted by the IRA Sprints, he has been a title threat since joining the series and has closed the gap on Schmidt with remarkable consistency.
The IRA is proud to have Bumper To Bumper Auto Parts & Service Centers as their title sponsor, and thank Osborn & Son Trucking, Hoosier Tire, TW Metals, Cummins Onan, Carriage Auto Body, and Hopf Farms for their continued loyal, and generous support. As the checkered flew it was Schultz grabbing the win and Thiel in 2nd. With amazing forward bite Nimee was able to surge ahead to take the lead as the white flag waved. The Brian Portschy Memorial will be held for the local PDTR 360 Sprints and Badger 600cc Micro Sprints will also be on the program for an all-open wheeled show. With a field of 40 drivers expected the full contingent of IRA regulars will be on hand.
The 2018 Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series schedule Apr 7 34 Raceway (IA) w/MOWA Apr 21 Beaver Dam (WI) Raceway May 5 Wilmot Raceway (WI) May 11* Jackson Motorplex (MN) *Non-Points May 12* Knoxville Raceway (IA) *Non-Points May 19 Plymouth Dirt Track (WI) w/ASCo C May 20 Angell Park Speedway (WI) w/ASCo C May 26 Beaver Dam Raceway May 27 141 Speedway Jun 15 Outagamie Speedway (WI) Jun 16 Wilmot Raceway Jun 17 Angell Park Speedway Jun 30 Dirt Oval @ Route 66 (IL) w/ASCo C Jul 1 141 Speedway Jul 6 Dodge Co Fairgrounds (WI) Jul 7 Fairbury American Legion Speedway (IL) w/MOWA Jul 21 Plymouth Dirt Track Jul 22 Angell Park Speedway Jul 27 Langlade Co Fair (WI) Jul 28 Beaver Dam Raceway Aug 4 Wilmot Raceway Aug 6 * Southern Iowa Speedway (IA) *Non-Points Aug 18 Wilmot Raceway Aug 19 Angell Park Speedway Aug 24 Dodge Co Fairgrounds Sep 1 Plymouth Dirt Track Sep 2 141 Speedway Sep 7 Superior Speedway (WI) Sep 8 Cedar Lake Speedway (WI) Sep 14 * Clay Co Fair (IA) *Non-Points Sep 15 Deer Creek Speedway (MN) Sep 22 Beaver Dam Raceway Sep 23 La Salle Speedway (IL) w/MOWA Sept 29 Plymouth Dirt Track Oct 5 ** Fairbury American Legion Speedway w/MOWA **Show Pts Only Oct 6 ** Fairbury American Legion Speedway w/MOWA **Show Pts Only *Non-Points ** Show Points Only IRA ANNOUNCES 2018 WISCONSIN wing LESS SPRINT SERIES Schedule 12/26/17 The 4th edition of IRAs Wisconsin wing LESS Sprint Series demonstrates how far this unique series has come in such a short time. Trey Datweiler brought his T&E Auto Haulers 23d across in 3rd followed by Bill Wirth and Blake Nimee. Thiel tried one last charge on the outside but the maneuver fell short as Nimee flew past flagman Jim Barrs twin-checkered flags with a three-car length advantage. Pits will open at pm, Grandstands pm and cars will take to the racing surface starting at pm. The include IRA stars Scotty Thiel, Russel Borland, Scott and Dave Uttech, Dennis and Kris Spitz, Wayne Modjeski, Bill Wirth, Jereme Schroeder, Allen Hafford, Scott Biertzer, and Michael Decker. Grandstand admission for the special July 25 program is $25.00 for adults, $5.00 for youth ages 7-11 and children ages 6 and under admitted free.
A FEW examples include Beaver Dam (April 21 & Sept 22) as IRA, WI wing LESS, and the Badger Midgets all compete on the same night. Scotty Thiel is another driver fans should keep an eye on. He expertly guided the car to the infield, and the rapidly responding safety crew extinguished the flames so quickly that a caution was not needed for the incident. Scotty Thiel was the big mover of the event having gained nine positions charging from his 13th place starting spot up to fourth. (DNF) 6K-Kurt Davis Weld Racing Products Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. Joining Blaney in representing the All-Stars will be Cody Darrah, Chad Kemenah, Greg Wilson, Tim Shaffer, Danny Holtgraver, Ryan Smith, Travis Philo, Andrew Palker and Caleb Helms. Two other drivers who are regulars on the All-Star Circuit of Chamions tour have already tasted victory in IRA within the past year.
Dodge Co (July 6) includes IRA, MSA, and the Dirt King Late Models. 18-Keith Fellner, ; (DNS) 5K-Brian Kristan, Heat 3 1. The Scott Thiel Motorsports team has found their groove in the month of July Scoring 2 wins and nearly beating Balog this past Saturday in Beaver Dam. With ten laps to go in the race Reinkes lead had evaporated. His bid for a podium came up just a couple car lengths short as he had his sights on Schmidt as the checkered flag fell. Sheldon Haudenschild, who won the historic return of Winged 410 sprints to Angell Park Speedway last season, and Parker Price Miller who won the most recent IRA race held this past Sunday evening, also at the Angell Park Speedway.
Same holds true of Oskaloosa which has a very similar shape as Knoxville, plus the Osky event is officiated in part by the IRA staff. (DNF) 73-Ben Schmidt, ; (DNS) 01-Chris Dodd, Heat 2 1. Weld Wheels Heat Race 1 saw Scotty Neitzel take the early lead but quickly the Rhine Auto 17b had moved into 2nd and went to work on challenging for the lead. As such Thiel had both Reinke, and Nimee on his back nerf bar for the restart. Unfortunately for Biertzer his engine gave way while running his heat race. Already getting his first career series win out of the way Schmidt has racked up four second place performances this year, and hed surely like to turn those seconds into firsts!
And lastly, our friends at SLS Promotions are putting on the Clay Co Fair event and the IRA staff will officiate it again plus it provides a good travel tie-in for those who want to race another show in conjunction with the full point event at Deer Creek the next night. It would not take long for the 17b to get around the orange 2w of Neitzel taking the lead and the eventual win. When the green flag fell, Thiel bolted back into the lead while Nimee sliced his way under Reinke to battle for second. Reinke was third quick this evening with a lap of 17.399 seconds. Other IRA winners this season Jeremy Schultz, Blake Nimee, Scotty Neitzel and Mike Reinke are also eager to defend IRAs honor.
Those major events will go trackside at Plymouth (May 19), Angell Park (May 20), and the Dirt Oval @ Route 66 (June 30). Bill Balog has been dominate this season and will likely be many fans pick to win, but half mile tracks seem to be Balog's weakest. Bill Rose, who is currently locked in an epic point battle with Ben Schmidt, and Scotty Neitzel took his turn in the runner-up role nabbing second at Uttechs expense on lap 12. This left the main battle for the second spot, and Neitzel was busy trying to fend off Rose to maintain the position. 12-Michael Decker; DNS 5-Bryon Walters All Star Performance Products Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. The visitors are representing a revamped, and refocused UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions.
All 3 of these races were chose by the ASCo C to be included in their 2018 limited MAVTV package. To find Balog's last half mile win in IRA competition you have to go back to the July 25th 2014 Langlade County Speedway Race when Balog was victorious over Mike Reinke and Steve Meyer. Thiel followed Rose past Uttech to reach the third spot after having started in the eighth position. On lap 19, Rose had his car begin to show signs of smoke, and going down the backstretch he suddenly veered into the infield. Purchased this year by racing legend Tony Stewart, the All-Stars have begun to rebuild, and with a focus on proving their traveling stars are among the best they have been whipping up on locals wherever the travel.
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!Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating