9/1/08 Labor Day 100 The ASA Midwest Tour was in town Sunday Night, as Jamie Iverson passed Dan Fredrickson with a handful of laps remaining to win his second ASA win in 2 yeas. Marcus Bubloni also won his second Auto Value Super Stock feature of the season, while Ron Jenshak captured his 3rd consecutive Super Stock Championship. Mike Stanchina raced through the Slammer field, but it was John Mattia jr winning the Slammer Championship. Joe Pontbriand raced to his 3 DQ-dog A feature win in 4 weeks, but it was Brian Stanchina spraying the champagne winning the 4 cylinder championship.
8/23/08 Week 14 - KSR Trucking and the Dickinson County Fair Present LM Championship Night KSR Trucking and the Dickinson County Fair presented Late Model Championship night at the Norway Speedway. After the dust settled, it was Troy Nelson capturing the Pepsi Late Model win, and winning his first Norway Speedway Pepsi Late Model Track Championship. Jay Baumler jr won the Auto Value Super Stock A feature, Mark Hanna took the Slammer feature and Mark Moraska won the DQ-dog 4 cylinder feature.
8/16/08 Week 13 Fan Appreciation Night - presented by Thirsty Whale and Sorny's Crane Service The Sorny’s Crane Service and the Thirsty Whale of Norway presented the 8th Annual Fan Appreciation Night at the Norway Speedway. With a full moon gazing over the speedway, Ryan Hood survived an hour and 15 minute delay to capture his first ever Late Model A Feature win. Mike Bubloni earned his second consecutive Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Stock win, taking home the Schultz Equipment International Truck of Chicago $500 prize. Mace Mattison earned his first win of the Slammer season, and Joe Pontbriand claimed his second consecutive DQ-Dog win.
8/9/08 Week 12 - Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round III Tom Gee jr out dueled Gregg Haese to capture the $1000 Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round III Feature, while Mike Bubloni jr drove away from the field to capture the $500 Super Stock prize. Mark Schroeder took the Late Model Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Championship, while Dave Sanicki took the Super Stock three race series championship.
8/2/08 Week 11 Werner 100 The annual State-Line Challenge was re-named the Werner 100 for the 2008 season, as Dalton Zehr a resident of Florida, and driver of Gene Coleman’s #119 cruised to victory. Marcus Bubloni also maneuvered his way threw a demolition of a Super Stock A feature to get his first ever feature win.
7/26/08 Week 10 International Truck and Engine of Chicago and Schultz Equipment NIght This weeks action was washed out... see you next week!
7/19/08 Wendricks Truss Night, Week 9 Humid night, full moon peaking over the horizon, and great racing as Wendricks Truss presented week 9 at the Norway Speedway, as Bob Menor claimed his second Pepsi Late Model feature win of the season, and Scott Visintainer won his first Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Stock feature.
7/12/08 Week 8 - Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round II Troy Nelson and Jay Baumler jr, met the challenged in round two of the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Series, Friday night at the Norway Speedway. Nelson collected the $1000 Pepsi Late Model prize, while Baumler collected the $500 Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Stock prize.
7/6/08 Econo Foods, Pepsi Cola, and Bark River International Raceway. Fireworks in the sky and fireworks on the track as the Norway Speedway completed week 6 of the 2008 season Thursday night as Fred Gignac ran off with the Pepsi Late Model A feature. Dave Sanicki repeated as the Super Stock A feature winner, John Mattia chalked up another Slammer win and Brett Bray raced away with the DQ-Dog A.
6/29/08 Drive Line 100 and Power House 50 Mother Nature attempted, but could not drive away the fans and the drivers from the first ever Pay Per Lap Driveline 100 and Power House 50 Saturday Night. As over 40 Late Models packed the pits and put on a tremendous show as Greg Haase grabbed the Drive Line 100 trophy, and Tom Gee took the Power House 50.
6/21/08 Week 5 Kingsford Dairy Queen and Iron Mountain Power Sports Kingsford Dairy Queen and Iron Mountain Power Sports presented week 5 at the ASA Member-track Norway Speedway. Troy Nelson cruised the outside of the Late Model A feature to a impressive victory, while Mark Bubloni drove away with the Super Stock A feature. John Mattia jr raced to a slammer victory and Jim Stanchina won the DQ-Dog A feature.
6/14/08 Week 4 Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round I Week 4 at the Norway Speedway brought us the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Challenge Series Round I. The series was welcomed by one of the largest Late Model car counts over the past few years as 37 timed in. Bob Menor would nudge by Mark Schroeder in the closing laps to take home the $1000 Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round I prize. Jim Stachowicz also drove away from The Super Stock field to win the $500 Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Round I prize.
6/7/08 Week 3 - Presented By Badger Auto / GM Performance Parts The forecast was not promising for Badger Auto / GM Performance Parts night, but the temperatures were warm, the sun was shining the wind was howling and the fans were cheering as they watched Gene Coleman and Troy Nelson battle door to door in the Pepsi Late Model A Feature, with Gene Coleman capturing the win. Tim Schultz drove by Jim Stachowicz and held off Marcus Bubloni on the last lap to win the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Stock A feature.
5/30/08 Week 2 - presented by Iron Mountain Power Sports and Kingsford Dairy Queen Mother Nature - steals the action for the second week of the Norway Speedway.
5/25/08 Week 1 - Season Opener presented by Shoobies Trophies, Conery Sports and the Moose 102.5 A huge crowd gathered at the Norway Speedway to open the 2008 Season on Shoobies Trophy’s, Conery Sports and the Moose 102.5 Night. the crowd was treated by a massive car count, and great racing as Matt Parkansky held off a hard charging ASA veteran and multiple Norway Speedway Champ Jamie Iverson to win his first Pepsi Late Model A feature.
1. #25 Gerald Dugree
JR - 18.833
2. #41B Brian Stanchina - 18.934
3. #15 Tyler Wilcox - 19.006
4. #21 Joe Pontbriand - 19.017
5. #111 Jamie Hedlund - 19.058
6. #63 Gerald Dugree SR - 19.198
7. #41 Jim Stanchina - 19.251
8. #38 Mark Moraska - 19.253
9. #19 Chris Dupouis - 19.403
10. #55 Chris Lassila - 19.449
11. #64 Tyler Grundlund - 19.518
12. #23 Elliot Hess - 19.523
13. #97 Jacob Stachowicz - 19.665
14. #54 Tom Bourdeau - 19.722
15. #50 Jason Paris - 19.740
16. #29 Bob Nordell - 19.777
17. #9 Reggie Langtang - 19.975
18. #99G Tom Golfis - 20.273
19. #33 Marcus Trieber - 20.451
20. #141 Rob Zimmerman - 20.634
21. #3 Rodney Lemerand - 21.319
Remaining cars will be put in the back of the slowest race based sign in on opening day.