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2019 Escape To Wisconsin 100 Official Results

August 31, 2019

Escape To Wisconsin 100 Official Results

Feature Event

#

Name

Laps

Diff

1

91M

Ty Majeski

100

2

39M

Andrew Morrissey

100

4.032

3

78

Skylar Holzhausen

100

4.642

4

7d

John DeAngelis  Jr.

100

7.835

5

15s

Gabe Sommers

100

7.955

6

4F

Luke Fenhaus

100

8.254

7

5

Casey Johnson

100

8.828

8

14N

Austin Nason

100

10.401

9

36F

Dan Fredrickson

100

10.774

10

44M

Justin Mondeik

100

11.057

11

7s

Paul Shafer

100

11.389

12

80F

Ryan Farrell

100

11.49

13

45b

Rich Bickle Jr.

100

11.893

14

75

Dillon Hammond

100

13.505

15

35K

Carson Kvapil

100

14.057

16

76W

Jason Weinkauf

99

1 Lap

17

9L

Tim Lampman

99

1 Lap

18

11K

Bobby Kendall

99

1 Lap

19

52

Shawn Grace

98

2 Laps

20

13B

Andrew Brocker

92

8 Laps

21

34

Brandon Hill

77

23 Laps

22

51D

Anthony Danta

44

56 Laps

Prelim Events

Even Dash

#

Name

Laps

Diff

1

78

Skylar Holzhausen

8

2

14N

Austin Nason

8

0.403

3

39M

Andrew Morrissey

8

0.818

4

45b

Rich Bickle Jr.

8

1.055

5

15s

Gabe Sommers

8

1.316

6

7d

John DeAngelis  Jr.

8

1.397

7

4F

Luke Fenhaus

8

1.608

8

7s

Paul Shafer

8

2.255

Odd Dash

#

Name

Laps

Diff

1

11K

Bobby Kendall

8

2

91M

Ty Majeski

8

0.217

3

75

Dillon Hammond

8

0.888

4

5

Casey Johnson

8

0.945

5

80F

Ryan Farrell

8

1.196

6

36F

Dan Fredrickson

8

1.509

7

44M

Justin Mondeik

8

1.661

8

35K

Carson Kvapil

8

1.958

Qualifier

#

Name

Laps

Diff

1

76W

Jason Weinkauf

12

2

9L

Tim Lampman

12

0.649

3

34

Brandon Hill

12

2.694

4

51D

Anthony Danta

12

3.392

5

52

Shawn Grace

12

3.724

6

13B

Andrew Brocker

12

11.534

Qualifying

#

Name

Best Tm

Diff

1

91M

Ty Majeski

13.075

2

7d

John DeAngelis  Jr.

13.181

0.106

3

5

Casey Johnson

13.182

0.107

4

4F

Luke Fenhaus

13.191

0.116

5

44M

Justin Mondeik

13.247

0.172

6

7s

Paul Shafer

13.247

0.172

7

80F

Ryan Farrell

13.249

0.174

8

45b

Rich Bickle Jr.

13.271

0.196

9

36F

Dan Fredrickson

13.287

0.212

10

39M

Andrew Morrissey

13.307

0.232

11

35K

Carson Kvapil

13.311

0.236

12

15s

Gabe Sommers

13.316

0.241

13

11K

Bobby Kendall

13.349

0.274

14

78

Skylar Holzhausen

13.353

0.278

15

75

Dillon Hammond

13.366

0.291

16

14N

Austin Nason

13.371

0.296

17

9L

Tim Lampman

13.389

0.314

18

76W

Jason Weinkauf

13.413

0.338

19

34

Brandon Hill

13.439

0.364

20

51D

Anthony Danta

13.465

0.39

21

52

Shawn Grace

13.651

0.576

22

13B

Andrew Brocker

13.945

0.87

Practice Two

#

Name

Best Tm

Diff

Gap

1

35K

Carson Kvapil

13.291

2

15s

Gabe Sommers

13.325

0.034

0.034

3

7d

John DeAngelis  Jr.

13.331

0.04

0.006

4

4F

Luke Fenhaus

13.332

0.041

0.001

5

36F

Dan Fredrickson

13.338

0.047

0.006

6

76W

Jason Weinkauf

13.342

0.051

0.004

7

7s

Paul Shafer

13.362

0.071

0.02

8

14N

Austin Nason

13.372

0.081

0.01

9

91M

Ty Majeski

13.381

0.09

0.009

10

44M

Justin Mondeik

13.39

0.099

0.009

11

5

Casey Johnson

13.4

0.109

0.01

12

11K

Bobby Kendall

13.461

0.17

0.061

13

45b

Rich Bickle Jr.

13.475

0.184

0.014

14

75

Dillon Hammond

13.478

0.187

0.003

15

9L

Tim Lampman

13.576

0.285

0.098

16

78

Skylar Holzhausen

13.601

0.31

0.025

17

80F

Ryan Farrell

13.602

0.311

0.001

18

39M

Andrew Morrissey

13.645

0.354

0.043

19

34

Brandon Hill

13.659

0.368

0.014

20

51D

Anthony Danta

13.801

0.51

0.142

21

52

Shawn Grace

13.843

0.552

0.042

22

13B

Andrew Brocker

14.481

1.19

0.638

Practice One

#

Name

Best Tm

Diff

Gap

1

91M

Ty Majeski

13.395

2

11K

Bobby Kendall

13.396

0.001

0.001

3

36F

Dan Fredrickson

13.422

0.027

0.026

4

80F

Ryan Farrell

13.428

0.033

0.006

5

5

Casey Johnson

13.455

0.06

0.027

6

78

Skylar Holzhausen

13.483

0.088

0.028

7

9L

Tim Lampman

13.492

0.097

0.009

8

44M

Justin Mondeik

13.504

0.109

0.012

9

7d

John DeAngelis  Jr.

13.524

0.129

0.02

10

35K

Carson Kvapil

13.525

0.13

0.001

11

45b

Rich Bickle Jr.

13.525

0.13

12

15s

Gabe Sommers

13.554

0.159

0.029

13

14N

Austin Nason

13.579

0.184

0.025

14

34

Brandon Hill

13.635

0.24

0.056

15

7s

Paul Shafer

13.649

0.254

0.014

16

39M

Andrew Morrissey

13.664

0.269

0.015

17

76W

Jason Weinkauf

13.667

0.272

0.003

18

4F

Luke Fenhaus

13.672

0.277

0.005

19

51D

Anthony Danta

13.696

0.301

0.024

20

52

Shawn Grace

13.776

0.381

0.08

21

75

Dillon Hammond

13.778

0.383

0.002

22

13B

Andrew Brocker

14.445

1.05

0.667

Drivers News Touring Stars

Confidence May Be the Key for John DeAngelis, Jr at Dells Raceway Park

June 5, 2015
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ARCA Midwest Tour Returns to Action on Saturday, June 13th

by Kari Shear-Carlson
June 5, 2015 – When the ARCA Midwest Tour presented by Scag Power Equipment returns to competition on Saturday, June 13th for the Bill Meiller Memorial 101 presented by Assembly Products and Wounded Warriors in Action at Dells Raceway Park, several drivers will be returning having taken advantage of the brief break in the Tour schedule by racing at their local home tracks.

One of those drivers may be walking just a little bit taller and maybe even with a little bit brighter smile, and rightfully so. ARCA Midwest Touring Star, John DeAngelis, Jr recently acquired his first ever super late model victories, yes plural, winning features at his home track of Slinger Super Speedway. Nothing builds more confidence in a driver than a victory…or two.

“Honestly the first win really boosted my confidence. Getting the second win just boosted it that much more. To get a win at Slinger is not an easy thing to do, going up against the veterans of the track like the Lowell Bennett, Conrad Morgan, the Pruntys, Steve Apel, etc. They’ve all won a lot of races there and to be able to get two wins in three weeks is just awesome,” said DeAngelis.

When it comes to the competition in the ARCA Midwest Tour, DeAngelis admits that it might be a little bit more of a challenge, and that has a lot to do with the experience of the drivers he races against.

“The ARCA Midwest Tour has a lot of tough competition. I would have to say it’s a little different and more of a challenge because 90% of the Tour guys have raced at all these tracks before, where I haven’t. I grew up racing at Slinger so it’s more of a given if I win at Slinger. But it is only my second year in super late models. So eventually I feel the Tour will get easier,” he said.

When it comes to Dells Raceway Park, DeAngelis isn’t necessarily a rookie. In fact, out of all of the races on the ARCAMT circuit, DeAngelis has the most experience at DRP and has found his fair share of success.

“The Dells is a track I’ve had success at and yet haven’t had success at. I used to race limited late models every week. Although we never got any feature wins there, we had a lot of fast times. We always seemed to finish second every time after setting fast time.”

DeAngelis has always enjoyed racing at Dells Raceway Park and having three years of limited late model experience as well as a partial season of four-cylinder racing at the venue, it may be one of easier tracks for the Touring Star when it comes to racing against the Stars and Cars of the ARCAMT.

“I feel like the Dells will be an easier track for me since I’ve raced there a lot before. Granted the competition is really strong, I feel like I don’t face a lot of challenges. I’m sure there will be a lot of cars but I feel pretty confident,” admitted DeAngelis.

With his experience at the track and his new found confidence, John DeAngelis, Jr is ready to return to ARCA Midwest Tour competition on June 13th, but he admits that sometimes the hardest obstacle to overcome is himself.

“A win at this track in the Midwest Tour event would be huge. We had an awesome car for the Ice Breaker 100 before we got fenced on lap 8. We are taking a different car but we have tested before. I feel like we are going to have a really good car if the driver cooperates. I’m one to be really hard on myself if something doesn’t go right, so a win here would boost my confidence a lot more. I think it would be a big relief since we always seemed to finish second in the limited late model features.”

Chances are, a victory in the ARCA Midwest Tour isn’t too far off for John DeAngelis, Jr, and June 13th at Dells Raceway Park just might be the night.

Practice will begin at 1:30pm with qualifying at 5pm and racing at 7pm. Tickets are available online today at shtrk.us/arcamtix

For complete event details, log on to arcamidwesttour.com

Be sure to follow the ARCA Midwest Tour on Facebook (/midwesttour) and Twitter (@midwesttour).

To learn more about the Automobile Racing Club of America Midwest Tour, log on to arcamidwesttour.com. The Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) is among the leading auto racing sanctioning bodies in the country. Founded in 1953 by John and Mildred Marcum, the organization administers more than 100 events each year in multiple racing series, including the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, the ARCA/CRA Super Series, the ARCA Truck Series and the ARCA Midwest Tour, plus weekly racing at Toledo and Flat Rock Speedway.

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Dells Raceway Park Lester Buildings 100 Wrap-Up Notes

July 1, 2014
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ARCA Midwest Tour Makes its Return to Hawkeye Downs Speedway This Saturday Night, July 5th

by Kari Shear-Carlson
July 1, 2014 – After a nail-biting 100 lapper at Dells Raceway Park this past Saturday night, the points battle for the ARCA Midwest Tour presented by Scag Power Equipment tightened up a little more between Nathan Haseleu and Rookie of the Year point leader, Ty Majeski.

Majeski had another impressive showing on Saturday night, finishing in the second spot behind winner Travis Sauter. Jonathan Eilen finished in the final podium position also not to be counted out in the points race. With his second place finish, and Nathan Haseleu finishing in fourth, Majeski was able to close in on the current point leader.

Heading into the Coors Light Summer Shootout presented by McGrath Powersports and Liz Girl Logistics this Saturday at Hawkeye Downs Speedway, only 11 points will separate the two.

Travis Sauter was a favorite going into last Saturday night’s event. Chris Wimmer started on the pole and had what appeared to be the car to beat. Once Sauter caught up to him, the two put on a great show. Unfortunately Wimmer’s chance at a victory was cut short as he was off the pace with mechanical problems with only 25 laps remaining, handing the victory over to Sauter.

Had there been another 25 laps, Sauter may have had a challenge by none other than his father, Tim Sauter. Tim Sauter started 21st and had moved his way through the field only have a tire go down. After going to the pits, changing the tire and receiving the lucky dog to get back on the lead lap, Sauter flew through the field all the way up to the fifth spot in about 15-20 laps. Had the circumstances been in his favor, it very well may have been a Sauter, Sauter show.

It was no surprise that Travis Sauter had a fast car as he was also the VDL Fuel Systems fast qualifier, turning a 13.301. Dan Lensing was second with a 13.360 followed by Nick Barstad with a 13.365.

Nathan Haseleu continues to hold on to the point lead with 1004 points. Majeski is in second with 993 points followed by Jonathan Eilen with 964. Chris Weinkauf and Cardell Potter round out the top five

It has been a couple years since the ARCA Midwest Touring Stars have been to Hawkeye Downs in Cedar Rapids, IA. The last time they were there was in 2011 when Jonathan Eilen came out victorious after having suffered a season ending back injury there in 2010.

The Coors Light Summer Shootout and Music Festival is going to be an exciting event with lots of entertainment for the entire family. In addition to the ARCA Midwest Tour headliner event, the night will also include the Merv Chandler Memorial Hornet race as well as two live concerts.

What: Coors Light Summer Shootout and Music Festival

Where: Hawkeye Downs Speedway, Cedar Rapids, IA

When: Saturday, July 5th, 2014

Ticket Prices: Ages 13+ are $20, ages 12 and under are FREE

Times: 2:15PM ARCAMT Practice Begins, 4:00PM ARCAMT Qualifying, 4:45PM Autograph Session and concert with live music, 5:50 Opening Ceremonies, 6:00PM Racing Begins, 9:00PM Logan Mize in concert

Divisions: ARCA Midwest Tour, Hornets

Be sure to follow the ARCA Midwest Tour on Facebook (midwesttour) and Twitter (@midwesttour).

To learn more about the Automobile Racing Club of America Midwest Tour, log on to arcamidwesttour.com. For questions call the ARCA Midwest Tour office at (262) 729-4111 or Tim Olson at (612) 327-5831 or Steve Einhaus (630) 212-6022 at or e-mail Tim Olson at tim@arcamidwesttour.comor Steve Einhaus at steve@arcamidwesttour.com.

The Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) is among the leading auto racing sanctioning bodies in the country. Founded in 1953 by John and Mildred Marcum, the organization administers more than 100 events each year in multiple racing series, including the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, the ARCA/CRA Super Series, the ARCA Truck Series and the ARCA Midwest Tour, plus weekly racing at Toledo and Flat Rock Speedways.

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Lester Buildings 100 Fan Information

June 27, 2014
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What: Lester Building Systems, LLC 100

Where: Dells Raceway Park, Wisconsin Dells, WI

When: Saturday, June 28th, 2014

Times: 2:00PM ARCAMT Practice Begins, 5:00PM ARCAMT Qualifying, 6:00PM Autograph Session, 6:45 Opening Ceremonies, 7:00PM Racing Begins (Printable Schedule – http://shtrk.us/d14s)

Divisions: ARCA Midwest Tour (Printable Entry List – http://shtrk.us/d14e), Bandits, Outlaw Bandits, Sportsman

Admission:
Adults (16+) $17
Seniors (65+) $15
Students (10-15) $12
Children (9 & Under) FREE