Congrats to our 2020 Champions!
Late Model: Dan Lindsley
Super Stock: Ryan Wender
Stock Car: Preston Weddel
4 Banger: Dean Bellmore
Sport Truck: Brent Barglind
Spectator Eliminator: Austin McConnell
Hood Wins Dickinson County Fair 100, Lindsley Clinches Track Championship in Norway Speedway Finale
(Norway, MI) September 7 - After two consecutive weeks of cancelations due to rain, the Norway Speedway was finally able to return to action to cap off it’s 2020 season with an action packed day of racing. Of course, this week wasn’t without a weather postponement from Sunday afternoon to Monday afternoon.
For the last five years, the name of the Norway Speedway Late Model Champion has remained unchanged as Dillon Kralovetz claimed championships 2015-2019. Fittingly, the driver who wrapped up the title this week, Dan Lindsley, was the last driver not named Dillon Kralovetz to win the title. Lindsley won the title in 2014 and adds title number two to his resume with the 2020 Championship which he claimed by simply starting he motor today.
The Dickinson County Fair 100 Late Model feature, run in memory of Bob Iverson, got off to a bumpy start with three cautions in the first 10 laps, a 35 lap run would ensue before the next yellow flew.
Dan Lindsley, who took quick time earlier in the day, showed his speed by taking the lead from Cory Cootware on lap 13, with Robby Iverson following through to second. Ryan Hood would soon grab the second spot from Iverson just short of halfway.
Hood and Lindsley dueled for the lead, with Hood grabbing the spot on lap 56. With just over 20 laps remaining, the two came together exiting turn four, with Hood spinning off the nose of Lindsley. Lindsley would tap out, taking blame for the incident, and fall to the rear of the field while Hood remained in the front, where he stayed through the end of the race to take the win and $1,000 home.
Robby Iverson crossed the line second while Mike D’Angelo followed in third. Cory Cootware and Jason Wells rounded out the top five. Dan Lindsley charged back to sixth in the final 20 laps to recover from his falling to the back.
Jake Dolfurd won a wild Fab Four Frenzy in the Four Cylinder class while Dean Bellmore edged Zach Gazda out in the title battle as those two butted heads in the final laps which ended with Gazda going sideways and Bellmore to the championship.
In the Super Stock Division Ryan Wender survived a caution filled race to take both the feature and the 2020 championship. Wender had spun his car to the outside grass in turn one to avoid a four car pile-up early in the race. The move ultimately won him the race. Like Lindsley the championship was his when he fired up his engine for the feature.
Cody Vanderloop took the Wisconsin Sport Truck Feature race win while Brent Barglind beat both Vanderloop and twin brother, Brad Barglind, to claim that division’s championship with a second place finish in the feature.
In the Ed Hedlund Memorial Feature for the Stock Cars Travis Hulsizer took the checkered flag with Joey Pontbriand in a close second. Preston Weddel, meanwhile, held on to his points lead to take the division’s title.
The Norway Speedway’s 2020 season has officially come to a close, and we look forward to an exciting 2021 season which will be here before we know it! Please check our website norwayspeedway.com and at our page on Facebook for further information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bink’s Coca-Cola Late Model Feature: Ryan Hood; Robby Iverson, Escanaba; Mike D’Angelo Jr, Gwinn; Cory Cootware, Iron Mountain; Jason Wells, Kingsford; Dan Lindsley, Vulcan; Joey Pontbriand, Norway; Gregg Haese, Manitowoc, WI; Tanner Kelly, Waucedah, MI; Scott Stanchina, Kingsford; Mark Schroeder, Green Bay, WI; Mike Lantange, Vulcan; Neal Sannes; Bruce White, Kingsford; Charlie Bell, Marquette; Tom Lindquist, Bark River; Dillon Kralovetz; Bubba Paris; Karl Lameroux; Dean Varda, Vulcan
Heat 1: Sannes Heat 2: Stanchina
Quick Time: Lindsley, 14.625
Auto Value Super Stock Feature – Ryan Wender, Upper Pine Creek; Andy Casavant, Kaukauna, WI; Jeremy Yelle, Gwinn; Kyle McMahon, Skandia; Parker Cain, Big Bay; Kelly LaCount, Athelstane, WI; Ray Keskimaki, Marquette; Bob Schiefelbein, Pembine, WI; John Novara; Trevor Pankratz, Little Suamico, WII
Heat 1: Heat 2:
Quick Time: Anthony Schiefelbein, 16.064
141 Auto Sales Feature: Travis Hulsizer, Menominee; Joey Pontbriand, Norway; BJ Shoeneck; Kaitlyn Schettler; Jordan Massicotte
Heats 1: Schettler Heat 2: Preston Weddel
Quick Time: Trevor Pankratz, 18.356
Ken’s Sports Sport Truck Feature: – Cody Vanderloop, Freedom; Brent Barglind, Kingsford; Andrew Secrist, Florence, WI; JJ Vanderloop, Freedom; Brad Barglind, Kingsford
Heats 1 Cody Vanderloop Heat 2: Brent Barglind
Quick Time: Brad Barglind, 16.388
MC Signs & Graphics 4 Cylinders: Jake Dolfurd; Mike Loberger; Eric Breitenfeldt; Dean Belmore; Elliott Reid
Heat 1: Isaiah Lawrence Heat 2: Eric Breitenfeldt
Quick Time: Dolfurd, 17.875
Race Schedule ( Monday Afternoon)
Norway Speedway, located in Norway, Michigan is a Third-mile oval track that is slightly banked. The track was originally built as in 1942 and blacktopped in 1979. Racing is held on Friday evenings from Mid-May through Labor Day weekend when the champions are crowned during the Dickinson County Fair. Specials include the Auto-Value Challenge Series and Stateline Challenge! We are located between State Hwy 141 and US Hwy 2, just south of town on US Hwy 8 at the Dickinson County Fairgrounds!
Online Ticket Purchaser
Online Ticket sales for are CLOSED for the season!
All prior Rain out online tickets will be honored on Monday, September 7th
Dickinson County Fair Championship day Monday the 7th at 1 pm.Brought to you by the Island Resort and casino,Incredible Bank, Saykllys Candies and Grow Maxx RC Racing. The DCF Labor day/Bob Iverson Memorial 100 will be a 3 tire show and all new comers must have 1 used Norway scanned tire.T he race will pay 1000$ to win. The Auto Value Superstock feature will be 35 laps and pay 750$ to win,it is a 1 tire show. The Sal-Mar Resort/MC signs and Graphics Fab 4 Frenzy will be run as previously scheduled.T he Ed Hedlund Memorial Stockcar race will be held and they will also receive a modest payout. Kens Wisconsin Sport Trucks, Street Eliminators will compete and the Grow Maxx RC Racing team will be our haltime show. This also is the Championship for the Central Upper Michigan Cup involving Sands Speedway, Those points will be out soon. Our organization overcame the struggles of the pandemic but the weather is still a struggle. The weather Sunday does not look great so watch closely,we might move the show to Monday on Saturday so teams can make plans. Camping is available at 20$ a night. Pit gates open at 8 am and grandstand at 11. There are plenty of tickets available. Championship pictures will be taken on the front stretch at the conclusion of the night. Please bring your cars out safely and promptly. Please make your own arrangements for transponders this week, it could be an issue with all the cars. Its a big week to wrap up a great season!
Call or message 906-361-0597 with any questions or concerns.
For all of our online ticket sales we will have a list of names available at all gates.
We are requesting that you present a copy of your receipt to gate attendant in order to receive your entry ticket. Receipt must be a paper copy or shown on phone to gate attendant.
Thank you and enjoy the races.
Pit Passes We be sold at back gate only.
If you have any questions about the online sales please only call Cinde at 715-548-1263
Dickinson County Racing Association PO Box 144 Norway, MI 49870 US
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