Nearly 100 cars signed in to compete at the Wilmot Raceway for night number two of the season. The four-division program featured Modifieds, the Wisconsin Illinois Mini Sprints, The Auto Meter Wisconsin wingLESS Sprints presented by the IRA, and the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint cars.
The Modified division saw 25 drivers compete. Mike Knurr set quick time around the 3/8ths mile oval. Heat races would see the Brother Simons, Nick and Mike both pick up wins as well as Zeke Bischofberger. Danny Walters would pick up the B main win.
The A main would see Bischofberger charge from outside of row 4 to the lead and eventually the win. Behind him 3rd place starting Brad McGuire would finish 2nd over Mike Wittenberg. Steve Mueller would finish in 4th with Nick Simons in 5th.
Mike Neau would set quick time in WIMS qualifying. Andrew Kiedrowski and last week’s feature Winner Ion Stear would pick up the Heat race wins. Feature action saw former track champion Andrew Kiedrowski drive from 6th to the win over Jeff Schmidt. Kiedrowski’s teammate Mike Neau would finish on the final step of the podium ahead of Ion Stear and former WIMS champion Mark Heinert.
The Auto Meter Wisconsin wingLESS series presented by the IRA once again had 30 cars sign in for action. Nathan Crane set quick time over former series champion Doug Schenck and Ryan Zielski.
Last Saturday’s Feature winner Allen Hafford would pick up the win in heat race number one over Nathan Crane and Chris Dodd. Heat Race two saw a pair of veterans battle as Doug Schenck won over Tom Cox, Matt Vandervere would finish in 3rd. The third and final heat race saw Jimmy Sivia take home the checkered over Zielski and Nick Petska. In the B main, defending series champion Jordan Mattson battled with Natalie Klemko early but would soon settle into first and pick up the victory. Dennis Spitz would come home 2nd and Randy Stanford was 3rd.
The A main saw former 410-winged driver but wingLESS rookie Chris Dodd lead from flag to flag to pick up his first career win over 6th staring Tim Cox. Scott Grissom would finish out the podium.
The Bumper to Bumper IRA outlaw sprint series had 28 cars on hand to do battle at the birthplace of the IRA. Scotty Thiel would set quick time over Ben Schmidt. Thiel would also pick up the win in heat race number 1. Matt Vandervere running double duty for the night would win heat race number two and Mike Reinke nabbed the win in heat three. The B main saw 5th starting Wayne Modjeski win over local favorite Jereme Schroeder. A main action saw Thiel chase Vandervere for 30 laps but could never find a way by the 10v. Defending Wilmot track champion Matt Vandervere claimed IRA career win number 2 over Scotty Thiel and former Wilmot and IRA champion Jeremy Schultz.