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INAUGURAL CAN-AM CLASH AT GONDIK LAW SPEEDWAY
By Jerry O'Brien (10-15/16/21)

     For four seasons the Can-Am Clash has been scheduled for the middle weekend of October. The first three times the special event was unable to be presented due to unsuitable weather in the Twin Ports area.
     Finally, in 2021 the event went on as scheduled, going forth on Friday and Saturday October 15th and 16th. The weather was a bit cool and cloudy on Friday the 15th with a few raindrops, the event was set up as a two day event with Friday set aside for qualifying heats only. 
     The Can-Am Clash was set up to be the final National point race and final WISSOTA event of the 2021 racing season. Two WISSOTA Divisions came into the weekend with close races that would be decided dueing the final night of racing. The WISSOTA Modifieds showed  Shane Sabraski  and Tyler Peterson a scant two points apart for the WISSOTA crown in the division. Sabraski had to win the Main event on Saturday while Peterson need only to finish to become Champion if Sabraski did not win. In the WISSOTA Hornets local racer DeJay Jarecki and Travis Olafson entered the weekend three points apart. The same scenario applied in this case as in the Modified division.
     Being the final WISSOTA point weekend, all eight WISSOTA Sanctioned Divisions were on hand. Besides Late Model, Modified, Super Stock and Midwest Modifieds, the Street Stocks, Mod Fours, Pure Stocks and Hornets were in competition. A total of 141 cars in the eight divisions were on hand Friday night to race two rounds of heat races in each division. Qualifying for the Saturday main events depended on passing points. The first round of heats were set up by way of the draw and the second round line up was inverted from the finish of the first in each division which made for a busy evening of competition.  A total of 46 heat races in two rounds were completed.
     Saturday October 16th was feature races day. A few extra cars showed up bumping the car total to 150. Racing started early on a bright sunny day, though a bit windy it was much more pleasant than Friday's weather. 
      The early start was at five o'clock and began with the only two B Features needed which were in the Midwest Modifieds. All the rest of the divisions were able to run all the cars on hand in the feature races. The first B Feature was won by Dave Cain over Brennan Gave, Jared Miller and Scott Thompson. The rest of the starters Did Not Finish. In the second B Feature Jake Hagemann was the winner, Randy Laage, Tanner Williamson and Ashton Schulte qualified for the feature and fifth place finisher Gary James Nelson was awarded the Provisional. 
     Then it was time to get down to feature racing. First up was the WISSOTA Street Stocks which started 16 cars going 20 laps. The start of the race was halted when the outside front row starter Josh Long spun in turn four. It was a complete restart coming with no laps in. Pole sitter Andrew Hanson took the lead trailed by Ryan Satter. Adam Soltis, Justin Pagones, and Long were the top five. Hanson held the lead for two laps before Satter got past to the lead. The order stayed the same until the second caution flag flew for Kaden Woodie who spun in turn two. The restart came with a dozen laps to go and Satter and Hnason resumed their duel. Soltis remained in third, Long was fourth and Pogones fifth. Satter and Hanson distanced themselves from Soltis and Pagones. Up to fifth from ninth was Russell Kostreba while Braden Brauer joined from his 16th starting spot. Satter continued in the lead to the checkered flag for his 21st feature win of the season. Hanson, Soltis, Pagones and Kostreba finished in the topp five.
     Brock Gronwold and Brady Uotinen led the full field of Midwest Modifieds to the green flag. In the early going Gronwold had the lead with Uotinen chasing. Ashley Mehrwerth, Ryan Savoy and Shane Howell were amongst the early leaders. As the laps unfolded, Uotinen was able to take the point and pulled away from Gronwald and the rest. Savoy broke free of the pack and set out after Uotinen. He was joined by Jason VandeKamp as Gronwald was shuffled further back to finish eighth. While Uotinen continued to lead, Savoy and VandeKamp became embroiled in a battle of the #16's for the second spot. On the charge from the tenth starting spot was Wyatt Boyum up to fourth and Howell fifth. At the half way point Uotinen was still in control but VandeKamp was on the move and got by Uotinen for a couple laps until the first and only caution flag flew when Ashton Schulte got turned into the front stretch wall toward the first turn. On the restart VandeKamp had the lead with Uotinen in hot pursuit ahead of Boyum and Cain up from his 17th starting spot to fourth. Howell had rebounded to land in fifth. All eyes were on the battle for the lead as Uotinen tried everything to recapture the lead and the win. VandeKamp seemed to have the measure of Uotinen until, on the final circuit, Uotinen pulled a Banzi move going high in turns three and four in a wall scraping move and came flying off the fourth turn onto the front straight, dived to the inside and nipped VandeKamp at the line by less than half a car for the spectacular win. It was Uotinen's fifth feature win at his home track in 2021. 
     Then it was time for 35 laps for the scary fast WISSOTA Late Models. All seventeen cars answered the call with Dave Mass and Pat doar leading the way. At the green Mass took the point with Doar giving chase as they rapidly drew away from Mike Bellefeuille in third. Closing on Bellefeuille was Travis Budiaslovich, Don Shaw and Kyle Peterlin. Mass and Doar continued their torrid pace as Budiaslovich got by Mike Bellefeuille to third. The front pack settled down to the same order for several laps. Coming forward quickly was Derek Vesel who had started ninth. Mass continued to hold off Doar and Budiaslovich as they quickly drew away from the pack. Mike Bellefeuille led the second group ahead of Shaw while Vesel got past Peterlin into sixth. As the laps wound down Doar got a run on Mass and grabbed the lead. Soon after Budiaslovich found his way past Mass to second. Doar held sway in the lead to the checkered flag for his third post season
win at the speedway. The laps went by without a caution flag. Budiaslovich, Mass, Bellefeuille and Vesel finished in the top five, Shaw, Shane Edginton, kyle Peterlin, Sam Mars and Harry Hanson rounded out the top ten.
     Next up was the much anticipated Modified feature. If Shane Sabraski was to win the 30 lap feature he would be the 2021 WISSOTA Modified National Champion. He would then become one of three WISSOTA Racers to win two National Championships in a single season as he had already won the Super Stock Championship. If he did not win, Tyler Peterson, no matter where he finished, would win instead. 
     Johnny Broking and Jeremy Nelson led the full field of Modifieds to the green flag and Broking grabbed the lead at the outset with Nelson tagged onto his bumber. Shane Howell and Matt Aukland along with Al Uotinen gave chase. Sabraski started sixth and began a charge to the front chasing the Championship. Broking found Nelson creeping alongside and they went side by side for a time until Nelson found more traction and eased ahead into the lead. Sabraski moved up to fourth right behind Aukland, but a caution flag flew when the 97 of Peter Loecken had an incident. The restart also went bad as there was an incident in turn four involving Josh Beaulieu. The restart came with 21 laps remaining. Nelson maintained the lead over Aukland and Broking while Sabraski looked for a way to challenge Nelson. Sabraski finally moved into second and began looking for a way past Nelson and the championship. The protagonists soon found themselves in traffic as Nelson tried to hold off Sabraski. Everything slowed down when caution flag number three flew for the spun and stalled car of Brandon Copp in the third turn. The restart came with eight laps to go, but the fourth caution flag came quickly two laps later. This time there was six laps left when racing resumed. For those six laps Sabraski tried to get past Nelson to no avail as Nelson got the win, Sabraski was second, Dave Cain third, Matt Aukland fourth and Dan Ebert fifth. Al Uotinen was sixth, Daniel Bargender seventh, Broking eighth, Clayton Wagemon ninth and Kelly Estey tenth. 
     Tyler Peterson finished 12th and was named the WISSOTA National Modified Champion. Sabraski couldn't waste any time lamenting his loss as he was slated to start on the pole for the Super Stock main event. On his outside was Dave Flynn driving the car owned by Keith Kern. At the green Sabraski took off determined not to lose the race while Flynn and Dave Mass gave chase along with Tristan LaBarge
and Brandon Duellman. Flynn chased Sabraski for several laps before giving way to Mass who took up the chase but to no avail as Sabraski led all 25 laps for the win, his 35th of the season and seventh at Gondik Law Speedway in 2021. The race went caution free and took eleven minutes to run. 
     In the Mod Fours, Tommy Bawden who was already named National Champion, survived three caution periods to take the win in a borrowed car. It was his 31st feature win of the 2021 season. Jordan Fisher, Chad Funt, Skyler Smith and Dustin Holtquist finished in the top five.
     Mike Schnider dominated the Pure Stocks winning both rounds of the qualifying heats as well as the feature. In the 15 lap feature he took the lead form the pole and the order behind him stayed the same all the way through the event. At post race inspection second place runner Tom Treviranues was Disqualified moving Margo Butcher up to second, Aaron Burdick third, Jessie Limberios fourth and Zene Anderson fifth. 
    The final feature of the night and the last to be run at Gondik Law Speedway until May 2022 was for the Hornets. In this one DeJay Jarecki had to win in order to be named National WISSOTA Champion. He did not as Justin Barsness of Grand Rapids, MN took the win. Jarecki finished fifth meaning sixth place runner Travis Olafson won the Hornet National Title. 

WISSOTA LATE MODEL

Feature (35 Laps): 1. 11-Pat Doar[2]; 2. 31-Travis Budisalovich[4]; 3. 2-Dave Mass[1]; 4. 21(B)-Mike Bellefeuille[3]; 5. 16-Derek Vesel[9]; 6. 42S-Don Shaw[5]; 7. 5E-Shane Edginton[11]; 8. 23-Kyle Peterlin[6]; 9. 28(M)-Sam Mars[12]; 10. 7-Harry Hanson[8]; 11. 71-Zach Wohlers[7]; 12. 11B-Jody Bellefeuille[15]; 13. 9-Aaron Lillo[17]; 14. 7C-Robbie Cooper[13]; 15. 4L-Carey LePage[14]; 16. (DNF) 17-Deven VanHouse[10]; 17. (DNS) 42-Paul Niznik

Heat 1 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 21(B)-Mike Bellefeuille[2]; 2. 7-Harry Hanson[1]; 3. 11-Pat Doar[4]; 4. 42S-Don Shaw[3]; 5. 23-Kyle Peterlin[6]; 6. 31-Travis Budisalovich[7]; 7. 16-Derek Vesel[9]; 8. 9-Aaron Lillo[5]; 9. 28(M)-Sam Mars[8]

Heat 2 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 2-Dave Mass[1]; 2. 5E-Shane Edginton[2]; 3. 71-Zach Wohlers[4]; 4. 4L-Carey LePage[3]; 5. 17-Deven VanHouse[6]; 6. 11B-Jody Bellefeuille[8]; 7. 7C-Robbie Cooper[7]; 8. 42-Paul Niznik[5]

Heat 1 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 31-Travis Budisalovich[3]; 2. 16-Derek Vesel[1]; 3. 2-Dave Mass[8]; 4. 42S-Don Shaw[7]; 5. 7C-Robbie Cooper[2]; 6. 42-Paul Niznik[4]; 7. 7-Harry Hanson[9]; 8. 9-Aaron Lillo[5]; 9. 4L-Carey LePage[6]

Heat 2 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 28(M)-Sam Mars[2]; 2. 11-Pat Doar[6]; 3. 23-Kyle Peterlin[4]; 4. 17-Deven VanHouse[3]; 5. 71-Zach Wohlers[5]; 6. 21(B)-Mike Bellefeuille[8]; 7. 5E-Shane Edginton[7]; 8. 11B-Jody Bellefeuille[1]

WISSOTA MODIFIEDS

Feature (30 Laps): 1. 4(N)-Jeremy Nelson[3]; 2. 7A-Shane Sabraski[6]; 3. 2C-Dave Cain[7]; 4. 12-Matt Aukland[4]; 5. 60-Dan Ebert[8]; 6. 98-Al Uotinen[5]; 7. 10-Daniel Bargender[12]; 8. 45J-Johnny Broking[1]; 9. 14W-Clayton Wagamon[10]; 10. 37-Kelly Estey[9]; 11. 24-Brandon Dolman[20]; 12. 1TPO-Tyler Peterson[17]; 13. L1-Shane Howell[2]; 14. 442-Aaron Johnson[13]; 15. 24D-Duane Dale[25]; 16. 22B-Josh Beaulieu[18]; 17. 95-Rick Rivord[11]; 18. 1L-Donnie Lofdahl[14]; 19. 50-Brady Caul[22]; 20. 24JR-Jase Lien[21]; 21. 97-Peter Loecken[24]; 22. 0-Chad Fouquette[23]; 23. (DNF) 212-Mike Klippenstein[16]; 24. (DNF) 22-Brandon Copp[19]; 25. (DNS) 11-Jody Bellefeuille

Heat 1 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 4(N)-Jeremy Nelson[1]; 2. 12-Matt Aukland[3]; 3. 45J-Johnny Broking[7]; 4. 10-Daniel Bargender[2]; 5. 60-Dan Ebert[5]; 6. 37-Kelly Estey[8]; 7. 50-Brady Caul[6]; 8. 1TPO-Tyler Peterson[4]; 9. (DNS) 24D-Duane Dale

Heat 2 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 2C-Dave Cain[2]; 2. L1-Shane Howell[6]; 3. 1L-Donnie Lofdahl[4]; 4. 98-Al Uotinen[5]; 5. 22-Brandon Copp[3]; 6. 442-Aaron Johnson[8]; 7. 24JR-Jase Lien[1]; 8. 0-Chad Fouquette[7]

Heat 3 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 11-Jody Bellefeuille[1]; 2. 212-Mike Klippenstein[2]; 3. 95-Rick Rivord[4]; 4. 14W-Clayton Wagamon[3]; 5. 7A-Shane Sabraski[7]; 6. 24-Brandon Dolman[5]; 7. 22B-Josh Beaulieu[6]; 8. (DNS) 97-Peter Loecken

Heat 1 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 45J-Johnny Broking[1]; 2. 1TPO-Tyler Peterson[4]; 3. L1-Shane Howell[2]; 4. 4(N)-Jeremy Nelson[7]; 5. 24-Brandon Dolman[3]; 6. 22-Brandon Copp[5]; 7. 212-Mike Klippenstein[6]; 8. (DNS) 97-Peter Loecken; 9. (DNS) 24D-Duane Dale

Heat 2 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 7A-Shane Sabraski[2]; 2. 98-Al Uotinen[4]; 3. 442-Aaron Johnson[1]; 4. 12-Matt Aukland[6]; 5. 95-Rick Rivord[5]; 6. 2C-Dave Cain[7]; 7. 50-Brady Caul[3]; 8. 11-Jody Bellefeuille[8]

Heat 3 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 37-Kelly Estey[1]; 2. 60-Dan Ebert[4]; 3. 22B-Josh Beaulieu[3]; 4. 14W-Clayton Wagamon[6]; 5. 10-Daniel Bargender[7]; 6. 1L-Donnie Lofdahl[5]; 7. 24JR-Jase Lien[8]; 8. 0-Chad Fouquette[2]

WISSOTA SUPER STOCK

Feature (25 Laps): 1. 7A-Shane Sabraski[1]; 2. 2-Dave Mass[4]; 3. 8-Dave Flynn[2]; 4. 0-Brandon Duellman[6]; 5. 7-Andrew Mackey[8]; 6. 25-Dylan Nelson[13]; 7. 78K-Dexton Koch[9]; 8. 77-Scott Lawrence[14]; 9. 36-Darin Meierotto[5]; 10. 21C-Patrick Beeksma[19]; 11. 1776-Wayne Dean[12]; 12. 032-Nicholas Jacobson[24]; 13. 19-Tristan LaBarge[3]; 14. 17-Ryan Kostreba[16]; 15. 64(T)-Erick Thiesse[10]; 16. 980-Kaden Woodie[23]; 17. 9-Ronnie Malecki[25]; 18. 2F-Jeffrey Frey[15]; 19. 10X-Josh Schmidt[20]; 20. 18(S)-Kevin Schmidt[17]; 21. 22-Mike Sirois[21]; 22. 10-Rich Bishop[11]; 23. (DNF) 11A-Jordan Henkemeyer[7]; 24. (DNF) 64-Jim Urseth[22]; 25. (DNS) 32-Butch Butcher

Heat 1 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 7-Andrew Mackey[3]; 2. 19-Tristan LaBarge[4]; 3. 2-Dave Mass[5]; 4. 32-Butch Butcher[1]; 5. 1776-Wayne Dean[2]; 6. 2F-Jeffrey Frey[7]; 7. 980-Kaden Woodie[8]; 8. 22-Mike Sirois[6]; 9. (DNS) 9-Ronnie Malecki

Heat 2 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 8-Dave Flynn[2]; 2. 7A-Shane Sabraski[4]; 3. 36-Darin Meierotto[6]; 4. 77-Scott Lawrence[1]; 5. 78K-Dexton Koch[5]; 6. 21C-Patrick Beeksma[3]; 7. 17-Ryan Kostreba[8]; 8. 18(S)-Kevin Schmidt[7]

Heat 3 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 64(T)-Erick Thiesse[2]; 2. 10-Rich Bishop[5]; 3. 0-Brandon Duellman[3]; 4. 11A-Jordan Henkemeyer[7]; 5. 10X-Josh Schmidt[4]; 6. 25-Dylan Nelson[1]; 7. 64-Jim Urseth[6]; 8. (DNS) 032-Nicholas Jacobson

Heat 1 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 78K-Dexton Koch[4]; 2. 0-Brandon Duellman[5]; 3. 8-Dave Flynn[7]; 4. 17-Ryan Kostreba[1]; 5. 7-Andrew Mackey[6]; 6. 22-Mike Sirois[3]; 7. 64-Jim Urseth[2]; 8. (DNS) 032-Nicholas Jacobson; 9. (DNS) 9-Ronnie Malecki

Heat 2 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 7A-Shane Sabraski[5]; 2. 2-Dave Mass[4]; 3. 18(S)-Kevin Schmidt[2]; 4. 1776-Wayne Dean[7]; 5. 64(T)-Erick Thiesse[6]; 6. 10-Rich Bishop[3]; 7. 77-Scott Lawrence[8]; 8. 980-Kaden Woodie[1]

Heat 3 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 11A-Jordan Henkemeyer[1]; 2. 36-Darin Meierotto[3]; 3. 19-Tristan LaBarge[5]; 4. 25-Dylan Nelson[7]; 5. 2F-Jeffrey Frey[2]; 6. 21C-Patrick Beeksma[6]; 7. 10X-Josh Schmidt[4]; 8. 32-Butch Butcher[8]

WISSOTA MIDWEST MODS

Feature (25 Laps): 1. 9-Brady Uotinen[2]; 2. 16(V)-Jason VandeKamp[8]; 3. 21-Wyatt Boyum[10]; 4. 2C-Dave Cain[17]; 5. L1-Shane Howell[5]; 6. 16-Ryan Savoy[4]; 7. 18S-Kennedy Swan[7]; 8. 2G-Brock Gronwold[1]; 9. 11JR-Andrew Inman[15]; 10. 23-Mitch Weiss[14]; 11. 3M-McLean Andrews[6]; 12. 27-Corey Mehrwerth[13]; 13. 64-Evan Checkalski[9]; 14. 112-Brennan Gave[19]; 15. 33-Jake Hagemann[18]; 16. 74-Gary James Nelson[25]; 17. 88(T)-Tanner Williamson[22]; 18. EZ1-Randy Laage[20]; 19. 44FX-Mark Froehlich[16]; 20. 7M-Dalton Mains[11]; 21. 11X-Scott Thompson[23]; 22. 22M-Jared Miller[21]; 23. (DNF) 17-Ashley Mehrwerth[3]; 24. (DNF) 18-Justin Feltus[12]; 25. (DNF) 11-Ashton Schulte[24]

Semi Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 2C-Dave Cain[2]; 2. 112-Brennan Gave[7]; 3. 22M-Jared Miller[8]; 4. 11X-Scott Thompson[4]; 5. (DNF) 14-Adam Shinn[5]; 6. (DNF) 0-Josh Johnson[1]; 7. (DNF) 40S-Mike Schnider[6]; 8. (DNF) 4W-Joey Wagamon[3]; 9. (DNS) 110-Mike Harsh

Semi Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 33-Jake Hagemann[2]; 2. EZ1-Randy Laage[4]; 3. 88(T)-Tanner Williamson[1]; 4. 11-Ashton Schulte[7]; 5. 74-Gary James Nelson[8]; 6. 53X-Austin Blom[3]; 7. 34-Taylor Madrinich[5]; 8. 87G-Anthony Gallian[9]; 9. (DNF) F3-Rick Friendt[6]

Heat 1 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 18-Justin Feltus[3]; 2. 2C-Dave Cain[1]; 3. 17-Ashley Mehrwerth[7]; 4. 0-Josh Johnson[9]; 5. 7M-Dalton Mains[8]; 6. 53X-Austin Blom[4]; 7. F3-Rick Friendt[2]; 8. 22M-Jared Miller[6]; 9. 87G-Anthony Gallian[5]

Heat 2 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 3M-McLean Andrews[1]; 2. 16-Ryan Savoy[7]; 3. 21-Wyatt Boyum[4]; 4. L1-Shane Howell[9]; 5. 27-Corey Mehrwerth[5]; 6. 88(T)-Tanner Williamson[8]; 7. 14-Adam Shinn[6]; 8. 40S-Mike Schnider[2]; 9. (DNS) 110-Mike Harsh

Heat 3 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 2G-Brock Gronwold[1]; 2. 9-Brady Uotinen[2]; 3. 16(V)-Jason VandeKamp[4]; 4. 64-Evan Checkalski[7]; 5. 112-Brennan Gave[3]; 6. 11JR-Andrew Inman[6]; 7. 11X-Scott Thompson[8]; 8. EZ1-Randy Laage[5]

Heat 4 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 23-Mitch Weiss[1]; 2. 18S-Kennedy Swan[2]; 3. 44FX-Mark Froehlich[8]; 4. 33-Jake Hagemann[4]; 5. 4W-Joey Wagamon[5]; 6. 34-Taylor Madrinich[6]; 7. 11-Ashton Schulte[3]; 8. (DQ) 74-Gary James Nelson[7]

Heat 1 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. L1-Shane Howell[1]; 2. 64-Evan Checkalski[2]; 3. 27-Corey Mehrwerth[5]; 4. 18S-Kennedy Swan[7]; 5. 3M-McLean Andrews[9]; 6. 34-Taylor Madrinich[3]; 7. F3-Rick Friendt[8]; 8. 22M-Jared Miller[4]; 9. 112-Brennan Gave[6]

Heat 2 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 9-Brady Uotinen[7]; 2. 11JR-Andrew Inman[3]; 3. 88(T)-Tanner Williamson[2]; 4. 21-Wyatt Boyum[6]; 5. 4W-Joey Wagamon[4]; 6. 0-Josh Johnson[1]; 7. 23-Mitch Weiss[8]; 8. 2C-Dave Cain[9]; 9. 87G-Anthony Gallian[5]

Heat 3 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 2G-Brock Gronwold[8]; 2. 7M-Dalton Mains[2]; 3. 16-Ryan Savoy[3]; 4. EZ1-Randy Laage[4]; 5. 53X-Austin Blom[6]; 6. 33-Jake Hagemann[5]; 7. 44FX-Mark Froehlich[1]; 8. (DNS) 110-Mike Harsh

Heat 4 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 74-Gary James Nelson[2]; 2. 17-Ashley Mehrwerth[3]; 3. 16(V)-Jason VandeKamp[5]; 4. 11X-Scott Thompson[1]; 5. 14-Adam Shinn[4]; 6. 40S-Mike Schnider[8]; 7. 18-Justin Feltus[7]; 8. 11-Ashton Schulte[6]

WISSOTA PURE STOCK

Feature (15 Laps): 1. 7-Mike Schnider[1]; 2. 32-Margo Butcher[3]; 3. 17-Aaron Bernick[6]; 4. 131-Jessie Limberios[4]; 5. 5Z-Zene Anderson[7]; 6. 6-Michaela Sullivan[5]; 7. (DQ) 231-Tom Treviranus[2]

Heat (Round 1) (6 Laps): 1. 7-Mike Schnider[2]; 2. 231-Tom Treviranus[5]; 3. 32-Margo Butcher[4]; 4. 131-Jessie Limberios[3]; 5. 6-Michaela Sullivan[1]; 6. (DNS) 17-Aaron Bernick; 7. (DNS) 5Z-Zene Anderson

Heat (Round 2) (6 Laps): 1. 7-Mike Schnider[4]; 2. 231-Tom Treviranus[1]; 3. 32-Margo Butcher[2]; 4. 131-Jessie Limberios[3]; 5. 6-Michaela Sullivan[5]; 6. (DNS) 5Z-Zene Anderson; 7. (DNS) 17-Aaron Bernick

WISSOTA HORNET

Feature (15 Laps): 1. 47J-Justin Barsness[4]; 2. 13(J)-Mac Johnston[2]; 3. 21-Paul George[1]; 4. 26-Jenna Hagemann[7]; 5. 021-DeJay Jarecki[12]; 6. 00-Travis Olafson[13]; 7. 11A-Jamie Ammerman[3]; 8. 16(A)-Brady Albertson[8]; 9. 24-Marcus Ammerman[15]; 10. (DNF) 5X-Peyton Edelman[5]; 11. (DNF) 78-Hunter Goulet[6]; 12. (DNF) 3E-Devin Goulet[9]; 13. (DNS) 27R-Matt Pederson; 14. (DNS) 37A-Alex Aderman; 15. (DQ) 18-Bobby Sheldon[10]

Heat 1 (Round 1) (6 Laps): 1. 11A-Jamie Ammerman[7]; 2. 13(J)-Mac Johnston[6]; 3. 5X-Peyton Edelman[8]; 4. 3E-Devin Goulet[4]; 5. (DNS) 27R-Matt Pederson; 6. (DNS) 021-DeJay Jarecki; 7. (DNS) 37A-Alex Aderman; 8. (DQ) 18-Bobby Sheldon[5]

Heat 2 (Round 1) (6 Laps): 1. 21-Paul George[6]; 2. 47J-Justin Barsness[3]; 3. 16(A)-Brady Albertson[1]; 4. 78-Hunter Goulet[7]; 5. 26-Jenna Hagemann[5]; 6. (DNS) 00-Travis Olafson; 7. (DNS) 24-Marcus Ammerman

Heat 1 (Round 2) (6 Laps): 1. 21-Paul George[2]; 2. 13(J)-Mac Johnston[3]; 3. 5X-Peyton Edelman[1]; 4. 3E-Devin Goulet[5]; 5. (DNS) 24-Marcus Ammerman; 6. (DNS) 00-Travis Olafson; 7. (DNS) 021-DeJay Jarecki

Heat 2 (Round 2) (6 Laps): 1. 26-Jenna Hagemann[3]; 2. 78-Hunter Goulet[1]; 3. 47J-Justin Barsness[5]; 4. 11A-Jamie Ammerman[2]; 5. 16(A)-Brady Albertson[7]; 6. 18-Bobby Sheldon[4]; 7. (DNS) 37A-Alex Aderman; 8. (DNS) 27R-Matt Pederson

WISSOTA STREET STOCK

Feature (20 Laps): 1. 67-Ryan Satter[3]; 2. 20-Andrew Hanson[1]; 3. 9-Adam Soltis[4]; 4. 01-Justin Pogones[5]; 5. 14-Russell Kostreba[9]; 6. 34JR-Braden Brauer[16]; 7. 10-Justin Vogel[15]; 8. 71-Josh Long[2]; 9. 26T-Ty Agen[10]; 10. 38-Thomas O'Brien[6]; 11. 1R-Cole Richards[13]; 12. 71X-William Fisher[12]; 13. 980-Kaden Woodie[7]; 14. (DNF) 95F-Brian Furbur[14]; 15. (DNF) 873-Taven Woodie[11]; 16. (DNF) 28-John Current[8]

Heat 1 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 71-Josh Long[5]; 2. 38-Thomas O'Brien[3]; 3. 980-Kaden Woodie[2]; 4. 01-Justin Pogones[8]; 5. 28-John Current[7]; 6. 14-Russell Kostreba[6]; 7. 1R-Cole Richards[4]; 8. 71X-William Fisher[1]

Heat 2 (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 20-Andrew Hanson[5]; 2. 9-Adam Soltis[7]; 3. 67-Ryan Satter[2]; 4. 26T-Ty Agen[1]; 5. 873-Taven Woodie[4]; 6. 95F-Brian Furbur[6]; 7. (DNS) 10-Justin Vogel; 8. (DNS) 34JR-Braden Brauer

Heat 1 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 67-Ryan Satter[6]; 2. 71-Josh Long[3]; 3. 38-Thomas O'Brien[5]; 4. 28-John Current[1]; 5. 71X-William Fisher[7]; 6. 873-Taven Woodie[4]; 7. 95F-Brian Furbur[2]; 8. (DNS) 34JR-Braden Brauer

Heat 2 (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 01-Justin Pogones[1]; 2. 20-Andrew Hanson[4]; 3. 9-Adam Soltis[2]; 4. 14-Russell Kostreba[3]; 5. 980-Kaden Woodie[7]; 6. 1R-Cole Richards[5]; 7. 26T-Ty Agen[8]; 8. (DNS) 10-Justin Vogel

WISSOTA MOD FOUR

Feature (15 Laps): 1. 7T-Tommy Bawden[2]; 2. 31J-Jordan Fischer[10]; 3. XL1-Chad Funt[9]; 4. 16-Skyler Smith[3]; 5. 5H-Dustin Holtquist[4]; 6. 11R-Landyn Randt[5]; 7. 37-Dean Larson[1]; 8. 05V-Gavin Voss[8]; 9. 5F-Jonathen Feda[7]; 10. 30-Dean Shaver[6]; 11. 07M-Donald Mead[11]

Heat (Round 1) (8 Laps): 1. 37-Dean Larson[8]; 2. 7T-Tommy Bawden[5]; 3. 11R-Landyn Randt[6]; 4. 5H-Dustin Holtquist[7]; 5. 16-Skyler Smith[2]; 6. 5F-Jonathen Feda[1]; 7. 30-Dean Shaver[3]; 8. 05V-Gavin Voss[4]; 9. (DNS) XL1-Chad Funt; 10. (DNS) 31J-Jordan Fischer; 11. (DNS) 07M-Donald Mead

Heat (Round 2) (8 Laps): 1. 37-Dean Larson[1]; 2. 16-Skyler Smith[7]; 3. 5H-Dustin Holtquist[2]; 4. 7T-Tommy Bawden[4]; 5. 11R-Landyn Randt[3]; 6. 30-Dean Shaver[6]; 7. 05V-Gavin Voss[5]; 8. 5F-Jonathen Feda[8]; 9. (DNS) 07M-Donald Mead; 10. (DNS) 31J-Jordan Fischer; 11. (DNS) XL1-Chad Funt


2021 Can-Am Clash Set to Wrap Up Northland Racing Season 

The newest fall invitational – the Can-Am Clash fueled by Superior Fuel – is ON AS SCHEDULED this coming weekend and is set to give WISSOTA racers and fans in the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior and beyond one final weekend of racing action before the long off-season begins. 

The Can-Am Clash, set for Friday and Saturday, October 15th and 16th, with a practice night on Thursday, October 14th, will be held at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI as ‘one last hurrah’ for Northland fans and drivers alike.

Event promoter Chris Stepan said ‘after studying the upcoming forecast and discussing the details of the event with our FYE staff and with the Gondik Law Speedway leadership, we have decided to go forward with the event with a few modifications to what was originally planned. We have decided to remove all draw fees and have put together a pay structure that makes it an attractive, yet manageable event for all involved.’   

WISSOTA Late Models will race for a $2,500 top prize, while WISSOTA Modifieds will chase a $2,000 payday. WISSOTA Super Stocks and WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds will race after identical $1,000 paychecks. WISSOTA Street Stocks will race after a $750 payday, while WISSOTA Mod Fours will look for a $500 paycheck. WISSOTA Pure Stocks and WISSOTA Hornets will race for a $250 to win payday as well. 

After practice on Thursday night, a double round of heat races are set for Friday night with b-mains and championship features scheduled for each of the eight divisions in action during the weekend. Big checks, custom trophies, championship champagne and all the accolades that go with being a FYE Motorsports event winner will be doled out on Saturday night. Passing points will be used in all eight divisions with both heat races passing point total combined to line up features and b-mains. Practice runs from 6-9 on Thursday. Races begin at 7 on Friday and 5 on Saturday. 

Gondik Law promoter Joe Stariha commented ‘there are 2 really tight point battles at the top of the WISSOTA Modified and Hornet national point standings and we are very excited to be able to play a small part in determining who comes out on top of those championship battles. The Northern Nationals provided some of the best racing we have seen all season long and we can’t wait to see what the Can-Am will produce as well.’

Reserved seating, reserved pit spots and VIP seating are all available by contacting Chris at (715) 497-8916. Camping is first come, first serve, is $40 for the weekend and campers can pay Jodi at the concession stand when you get parked.

The event will be streamed live on PayPerView at www.WatchFYE.tv if fans are not able to make it to the track in person. 

Stepan went on to say ‘after scheduling the Can-Am Clash each October since 2017, we are very excited to finally have a weekend forecast that looks like we will be able to get the event in as planned. We are equally excited about the possibility of the Can-Am Clash becoming a staple in the fall invitational schedule for years to come and are hoping Mother Nature cooperates with us this fall so everyone can enjoy one huge event before most fans and racers take a 6-month racing vacation over the winter!’
 
Event details, times, ticket prices etx can be found at www.FYEMotorsports.com
We hope to see everyone at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI on October 15th and 16th. 


Inaugural Can-Am Clash Cancelled

Superior, WI (October 11) – The Can-Am Clash, scheduled for October 16th and 17th has been cancelled due to the cold forecast.

Event promoter Chris Stepan said 'we always hope for highs at least in the 50s and lows in the 40s for this event to take place and the forecast just doesn't show that it's going to be warm enough this coming week. That, along with mid week rain has made the decision pretty easy to cancel the weekend.'

Thanks for understanding.


2020 Can-Am Clash Set To Wrap Up Northland Racing Season

The newest fall invitational – the Can-Am Clash fueled by Superior Fuel – is set to give WISSOTA racers and fans in the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior and beyond one final weekend of racing action before the long off-season begins. 

The Can-Am Clash, set for Friday and Saturday, October 16th and 17th, with a practice night on Thursday, October 15th, will be held at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI as ‘one last hurrah’ for Northland fans and drivers alike.
 
WISSOTA Late Models will race for a $2,000 top prize each night, while WISSOTA Modifieds will chase a $1,500 payday nightly. WISSOTA Super Stocks and WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds will race after a $1,000 nightly paycheck, with WISSOTA Pure Stocks and WISSOTA Hornets racing for a $250 to win payday each night as well.
 
Complete programs of heat races, b-mains and features are scheduled for each night for each of the six divisions in action during the weekend. Passing points will be used in all six divisions both nights.

Camping, reserved seating, reserved pit spots and VIP seating will be available beginning on September 14th. The event will be streamed live on pay per view at www.WatchFYE.tv if fans are not able to make it to the track in person. 

Event promoter Chris Stepan with FYE Motorsports said ‘we are well aware that October weather in the Twin Ports can be questionable, but we are hoping that we stumble onto one of those nice fall weather weekends so fans and drivers can get one last big weekend of racing action in before winter hits. We are very excited about the possibility of the Can-Am Clash becoming a staple in the fall invitational schedule for years to come and are hoping Mother Nature cooperates with us this fall so everyone can enjoy one huge event before most fans and racers take a 6-month racing vacation over the winter!’ 

Event details, times, ticket prices etx can be found at www.FYEMotorsports.com with more exciting information coming out in the upcoming weeks. 

We hope to see everyone at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI on October 16th and 17th.


Can-Am Clash Cancelled

Due to the first winter storm of the season sweeping across the Upper Midwest this weekend, the Can-Am Clash has been cancelled at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI for October 11th-13th.

The event was scheduled to be the final event in the Northland of 2019, but Mother Nature had other ideas. The event will be put onto the 2020 season schedule with hopes of better fall weather in October of next year.

Everyone at FYE Motorsports and the Gondik Law Speedway thanks all of our great racers, fans, employees and marketing partners for their support throughout the 2019 season. We will see everyone in 2020.


Inaugural Can-Am Clash Set To Wrap Up Northland Racing Season

The newest fall invitational – the Can-Am Clash fueled by Superior Fuel – is set to give WISSOTA racers and fans in the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior and beyond one final weekend of racing action before the long off-season begins.

The Can-Am Clash, set for Friday and Saturday, October 11th and 12th, with a practice night on Thursday, October 10th, will be held at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI as ‘one last hurrah’ for Northland fans and drivers alike.

WISSOTA Late Models will race for a $2,000 top prize each night, while WISSOTA Modifieds will chase a $1,500 payday nightly. WISSOTA Super Stocks and WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds will race after a $1,000 nightly paycheck, with WISSOTA Pure Stocks and WISSOTA Hornets racing for a $250 to win payday each night as well.

Complete programs of heat races, b-mains and features are scheduled for each night for each of the six divisions in action during the weekend. Passing points will be used in all six divisions both nights.

Camping, reserved seating, reserved pit spots and VIP seating will be available beginning on September 16th. The event will be streamed live on pay per view at www.WatchFYE.tv if fans are not able to make it to the track in person.

Event promoter Chris Stepan with FYE Motorsports said ‘we are well aware that October weather in the Twin Ports can be questionable, but we are hoping that we stumble onto one of those nice fall weather weekends so fans and drivers can get one last big weekend of racing action in before winter hits. We are very excited about the possibility of the Can-Am Clash becoming a staple in the fall invitational schedule for years to come and are hoping Mother Nature cooperates with us this fall so everyone can enjoy one huge event before most fans and racers take a 6 month racing vacation over the winter!’

Thanks to our title sponsor Superior Fuel (www.SuperiorFuelCompany.com) and the other great FYE Motorsports marketing partners for making this happen, including: Accurate Auto Repair, AJ’s Complete Automotive, Bay Lock & Security, Beltline Body Shop, Budweiser, Campbell Lumber & Supply Co., Champs Sports Bar & Grill, Chaschuk Enterprises, Collins Brothers Towing of St Cloud, Envision Cooperative, Extreme Auto & Gas, Foot & Ankle Clinics, Garberich Trucking, GRP Motorsports, G-Style Transport, Shannon Scott’s Henryetta Ford, JigE Signs, Jimmoe.com, Joe Provo Racewear, Liquid Nitro Energy, MB Customs Race Cars, M&B Services, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Minnesota Truck Headquarters, Northern Belt & Conveyor, Northern Fitness Supply, Olsen Custom Farms, QualityFreightRate.com, RacinDirt.com, Red Headed Rebel Brew, RHRSwag.com, RockAuto.com, S&S Fishing & Rental, ServPro Restoration, Southworth Chevrolet, St. Cloud Auto Wrecking, ThermoSeal Insulation, TJ’s Oil & Racing Fuels, Village Lanes, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, West Metro Buick GMC and Winning Edge Graphics.

Event details, times, ticket prices etx can be found at www.FYEMotorsports.com with more exciting information coming out in the upcoming weeks.

We hope to see everyone at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, WI on October 11th and 12th.