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Sabraski Sweeps Supers and Tops Mod Field at Wisconsin Mod Nationals

For Immediate Release – May 27th, 2023

FYE Motorsports Promotions – Superior, Wisconsin

The fourth running of the Wisconsin Modified Nationals fueled by Superior Fuel took place on Friday, May 26th at the Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, Wisconsin under beautiful 75* sunny skies and greeted fans and drivers alike with a great event which saw Shane Sabraski race to his 830th and 831st career feature wins by winning both the WISSOTA Super Stock and Modified features for his efforts. Superior’s Cody Carlson came out of top of a dog fight in the WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds to claim top honors, while Cory Jorgenson won the WISSOTA Pure Stocks and Carter Matthews topped the WISSOTA Hornets to cap off the night.  

Cory Jorgensen came out as the victor after a very entertaining three-car battle at the front of the WISSOTA Pure Stock feature race between his teammate Aaron Bernick and Tyler Kachinske for the majority of the 15-lap event. Bernick lead the majority of the race with Jorgensen on his inside and Kachinske right behind. The trio circled the Gondik Law Speedway nose to tail and often side by side for the first 12 circuits until Jorgensen was able to muscle his way past and into the lead, which he would never relinquish en route to the victory. Kachinske got by Bernick and held on for second with Bernick third at the line.  Ryan Kough and Travis Zembo rounded out the top five finishers.

Paul Ripley and James Vendela sat on the front row for the WISSOTA Midwest Modified main event and lead the 26-car field to the green. As the duo worked to try to assume the lead, fourth starting Zach Benson slipped by into the top spot and began to drive off from the battle just behind him. As the first half dozen laps clicked off, Benson assumed command with fifth starting Cody Carlson working into the second spot early followed by seventh starting Tony Bahr, who raced his way into the third spot early in the race as well. Things went green for the first dozen laps until the race’s first caution flew for a crash in turn one. Another caution flew for a jagged restart, which lead to a third caution on the same lap for a crash on the ensuring start. Once the field was sorted out and the race restarted, the next eight laps were very entertaining as Benson and Carlson battled hard with each other for the lead with Bahr just behind. Unfortunately for Bahr, he got sideways and turned around his #QQ on lap twenty, causing a caution. After another caution on lap 23 for a spin, the field rumbled back to green for a two-lap dash, which Carlson was able lead and race to the hometown win ahead of Vendela, who ran inside the top five all feature long and slipped by Benson late in the race. Jason Schill raced from 15th to 4th and Jason VandeKamp rounded out the top five after his 20th to 5th run, which earned him hard charger honors.

A pair of perennial front runners, Dexton Koch and Shane Sabraski sat on row one for the WISSOTA Super Stock feature with Sabraski hopping out into the initial lead at the start and pacing the field early. After the only two caution flags of the race flew on laps one and two, the remaining 23 laps went non-stop with Koch hounding Sabraski for the top spot throughout the first half of the race, but Shane was up to the challenge and was able to slowly distance himself from the field, crossing the finish line 2.473 seconds ahead of Koch, who finished nearly 6 seconds ahead of third place finishing Kyle Copp. Chasing Copp to the line were Joey Jensen in fourth and Andrew Mackey, who rounded out the top five. The win was Sabraski’s 830th career victory.

The main attraction of the night saw a field of 27 WISSOTA Modifieds rumble to the green flag for the 30-lap, $2,000 to win Wisconsin Modified Nationals feature race with Super Stock feature winner Shane Sabraski leading the field off into turn one from the pole and into the top spot. Al Uotinen slipped by Johnny Broking early into the runner up spot with Broking working to hold off Darrell Nelson, last year’s winner Brandon Copp and Mike Anderson for third. The track was wide and smooth as usual and drivers were using every inch of it searching for the fastest way around. Sabraski continued to set the pace out front with Copp pressuring Uotinen for second as the race approached the mid-point. Just past the half way mark, the first caution of the race flew on lap 18 for debris on the front stretch, which brought Sabraski back to the field and set up a fantastic last 12 laps. On the restart, Sabraski drove back out to the lead but Copp and Nelson were locked in a tight battle for second with Uotinen in tow. Broking, Mike Anderson and a charging Billy Kendall in the mix as well. Nelson cleared Copp momentarily but Brandon was able to race back by into the runner up spot and then began to drive his #22 as hard as it would let him and began to chip into Sabraski’s lead lap after lap, pulling along side the #7a on several occasions over the final few laps. Copp would make it interesting, but Sabraski would race to the finish first for his 831st career victory ahead of last year’s winner Copp, Nelson, Anderson and Broking, who completed the top five. Kendall earned hard charger honors, racing from 19th up to 6th at the checkered as well.   

The WISSOTA Hornets capped off the night with Carter Matthews and Derek Dunbar pacing the field to the green flag and battling out front for the first half of the race until Matthews was able to put a slight bit of distance on Dunbar out front as the leaders worked their way through lapped traffic on front. Matthews raced away for his first win at an FYE event and first ever win at Gondik Law Speedway for his efforts with Dunbar third, ahead of Marcus Ammerman at the line. AJ House and Ryan LaBorde completed the top five finishers.


The 18th annual Wehrs Machine Minnesota Modified Nationals are up next with events on Saturday, May 27th and Sunday, May 28th at the Ogilvie Raceway in Ogilvie, MN to cap off the holiday weekend.  

For fans not able to attend in person, all FYE events held during the 2023 season will also be live streamed online at

For upcoming schedule information and tickets, visit

Sabraski, Benson, Jorgensen, Johnston also winners

By Jerry O'Brien (5-27-22 Superior, WI)
     After an interminable wait racing finally got under way at the Gondik Law Speedway. Even then practice and Day One of the Annual Wisconsin Modified Nationals fell to the rainy weather. 
    Qualifying races for all five divisions included thirteen heat races and a pair of B Features for the WISSOTA Midwest. They had the highest car count of the event with 38 cars. (See Results for Heat and B Feature winners)
     After a brief period to tune up the track surface it was time to begin the feature events. First up on the four-tenths mile banked oval was twenty-four WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds led to the green flag by a pair of #17's driven by Ashley Mehrworth and Zac Benson. An incident on the initial try resulted in a complete restart. The second try with no laps recorded saw the Benson, Mehrworth, Joey Wagemon and Corey Mehrworth pull away from a boiling pack of cars that could only result in an incident. The second caution flag with a single lap complete resulted in a DNF for William Moelter's #87. Amongst those escaping from the wreck were Cody Carlson, Corey Mehrworth and Kenny Kincaid.

     At the restart the two 17's led off followed by Jamie Davis, Cody Carlson, Ryan Savoy, Kincaid and Colin Chaschuk. Caution flag number three occurred in turn four leaving Kennedy Swan with the right side of the #18s up on the wall. Two
other cars were also involved.  After the third restart things seemed to settle down as the two 17's went back to their duel while Davis restarted third with Carlson close behind. The top four stabilized with 17 to go while there was some action behind them as Brandon Merhworth, Savoy, Wyatt Boyum up in the top ten from 20th and Chaschuk battled for position along with Jason VandeKamp in the #95. All of that came to a halt when caution period four occurred. Benson lined up in
the lead on the restart with Ashley Merhworth second, Carlson third, Davis in fourth and VandeKamp fifth. On the restart Carlson found an open space and shot by Ashley to second and set out after Benson but was unable to find a way by and
had to settle for second. Ashley Merhworth, Brandon Merhworth and VandeKamp rounded out the top five. Four made it past Tech but VandeKamp's car was found with something amiss and was Disqualified moving Boyum up to fifth.

     Number two, the feature for the Super Stocks lined up on the grid for their 25 lap feature with Terran Spacek, who's been hot this season and Shane Sabraski who is always tough whatever he is driving , on the outside. Like the Midwest Modifieds, the green flag started lap one and the yellow stopped it when Jase Lien was spun at the bottom of turn four. The restart saw Sabraski move to the lead followed by Spacek, Kyle Copp, DJ Keeler, Les Duellman and Scott Lawrence. And, like the Midwest Modifieds, caution #2 flew on lap two as a car was turned around in the same spot as Lien. The restart saw Sabraki establish his dominance as he drove away from the pack. Only Copp had a chance and he could not reel in the fleeing #7A. Then it became a battle between Keeler and Duellman with Matthew Larson and Dexton Koch in the mix. The fourth caution flag occurred in turn four with several cars involved. Sabraski maintained his lead at the restart with ten laps to go over Copp, Duellman and Keeler. Caution number five appeared when John Garrity stalled in turn four. The restart came with eight circuits remaining, again in turn four. Seven laps to go at the restart with Sabraski untouchable in the lead and Copp second Duellman third, Keeler fourth and newcomer Matt Deragon from 13th to fifth. Sabraski went on to finish the event for the win with Copp a strong second, Duellman third Deragon fourth and Koch fifth.

     Little did the fans know that we were going to witness a rare 30 lap feature run for the WISSOTA Modifieds. Twenty-Four cars comprised the field for the event. At the green Johnny Broking bolted to the lead with Dad Bob Broking in tow from
the second row. They got the jump on Brandon Copp but he quickly recovered and split Father and Son up with a quick move to second. This order in the top three held for a while. Andy Jones, Brandon Dolman, Mike Anderson, etc were battling each other while trying to run down the leaders. Suddenly Johnny Broking's #45J slowed, dropped to the inside of the track and slowly drove to the pits out of the event. This left Brandon Copp the lead and he wasted little time solidifying it as he opened a gap over Bob Broking. Jones got past Broking to second and he set out to run down Copp with slow progress. Showing up in third was Shane sabraski who moved to third from the seventh starting slot. The front of the pack stayed the same but further back there was some good racing. As the racing continued on with a couple laps remaining Sabraski finally got by Jones to second but too late to and had to settle for second. Brandon Copp was the winner on his home track, Sabraski, who has manny wins on the Gondik Law Speedway finished second, Jones was third, Bob Broking fourth and Clayton Wagemon finished fifth.  The rare event witnessed by the fans? Thirty Modified feature laps with NO caution flags!

     The evening was finished up by Pure Stock and Hornet features. In the Pure Stock main event "team mates" Cory Jorgensen and Aaron Bernick filled the front row and made sure no one else held the top spot. Cory led the first lap, then Aaron took over and led until there was three to go when Jorgenson took over for his third win of the "22 season. In the battle all the way but unable to lead a lap was Dylan Shelton. He was unable to lead a lap but did manage to wrest second from Bernick. Nate Rose and Anthony Woodhull rounded out the top five. 

     In the Hornet feature Mac Johnston managed to hold off AJ House and Kyle House (Cousins) for second and third while Carter Mathews and Jesse Turnvall rounded out the top five.

Gondik Law Speedway returns to weekly racing next Friday June third.


Feature (30 Laps): 1. 22-Brandon Copp[2]; 2. 173-Andy Jones[6]; 3. 7A-Shane Sabraski[7]; 4. 45-Bob Broking[3]; 5. 14W-Clayton Wagamon[8]; 6. 24-Brandon Dolman[4]; 7. 11-Jody Bellefeuille[13]; 8. 98-Al Uotinen[12]; 9. 57-Mike Anderson[5]; 10. 19J-Jack Rivord[9]; 11. 9-Billy Kendall III[14]; 12. 26G-Ryan Gierke[22]; 13. 27P-Parker Anderson[15]; 14. 24JR-Jeffrey Lien Jr[16]; 15. 41-Alex Van Natta[20]; 16. T23-John Toppozini[18]; 17. 04JR-Adam Ayotte[10]; 18. 212-Mike Klippenstein[23]; 19. (DNF) 1L-Donnie Lofdahl[17]; 20. (DNF) 95-Rick Rivord[21]; 21. (DNF) 37-Kelly Estey[11]; 22. (DNF) 50-Brady Caul[19]; 23. (DNF) 45J-Johnny Broking[1]; 24. (DNF) 64-Kelly Checkalski[24]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 24-Brandon Dolman[1]; 2. 173-Andy Jones[2]; 3. 7A-Shane Sabraski[5]; 4. 98-Al Uotinen[4]; 5. 11-Jody Bellefeuille[7]; 6. T23-John Toppozini[3]; 7. 95-Rick Rivord[6]; 8. 212-Mike Klippenstein[8]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 45-Bob Broking[2]; 2. 22-Brandon Copp[6]; 3. 14W-Clayton Wagamon[5]; 4. 37-Kelly Estey[1]; 5. 9-Billy Kendall III[7]; 6. 24JR-Jeffrey Lien Jr[8]; 7. 41-Alex Van Natta[4]; 8. 26G-Ryan Gierke[3]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 45J-Johnny Broking[5]; 2. 57-Mike Anderson[1]; 3. 19J-Jack Rivord[4]; 4. 04JR-Adam Ayotte[6]; 5. 27P-Parker Anderson[7]; 6. 1L-Donnie Lofdahl[8]; 7. 50-Brady Caul[2]; 8. (DNF) 64-Kelly Checkalski[3]
24 entries


Feature (25 Laps): 1. 7A-Shane Sabraski[2]; 2. 26-Kyle Copp[6]; 3. 0-Les Duellman[5]; 4. 27-Matt Deragon[13]; 5. 78K-Dexton Koch[4]; 6. 12K-Duane (DJ) Keeler[3]; 7. 8-Matthew Larson[11]; 8. 77-Scott Lawrence[7]; 9. 24-Andy Grymala[8]; 10. 12-Jim Campbell[21]; 11. 9(K)-Dylan Kromschroeder[9]; 12. 79A-Andy LaBarge[10]; 13. 10X-Josh Schmidt[12]; 14. 2F-Jeffrey Frey[15]; 15. 11R-Rita Anderson[22]; 16. 34-Taylor Madrinich[19]; 17. 6-Dan Peterson[18]; 18. 37-John Garrity[20]; 19. (DNF) 40-Nick Traynor[16]; 20. (DNF) 22T-Terran Spacek[1]; 21. (DNF) 7-Andrew Mackey[17]; 22. (DNF) 20-Chris Johnson[14]; 23. (DNF) 24(L)-Jase Lien[24]; 24. (DNF) 59W-Wyatt Reberg[23]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 12K-Duane (DJ) Keeler[2]; 2. 0-Les Duellman[4]; 3. 24-Andy Grymala[3]; 4. 8-Matthew Larson[1]; 5. 27-Matt Deragon[6]; 6. 7-Andrew Mackey[5]; 7. 12-Jim Campbell[7]; 8. 11R-Rita Anderson[8]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 22T-Terran Spacek[5]; 2. 7A-Shane Sabraski[7]; 3. 77-Scott Lawrence[6]; 4. 10X-Josh Schmidt[3]; 5. 2F-Jeffrey Frey[4]; 6. 6-Dan Peterson[8]; 7. 34-Taylor Madrinich[2]; 8. (DNF) 24(L)-Jase Lien[1]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 78K-Dexton Koch[2]; 2. 26-Kyle Copp[4]; 3. 9(K)-Dylan Kromschroeder[3]; 4. 79A-Andy LaBarge[5]; 5. 20-Chris Johnson[1]; 6. 40-Nick Traynor[7]; 7. 37-John Garrity[6]; 8. 59W-Wyatt Reberg[8]
38 entries


Feature (25 Laps): 1. 17B-Zach Benson[2]; 2. 32III-Cody Carlson[6]; 3. 17-Ashley Mehrwerth[1]; 4. 7-Brandon Mehrwerth[13]; 5. 21-Wyatt Boyum[20]; 6. 16-Ryan Savoy[7]; 7. 621-Colin Chaschuk[3]; 8. 85-Jamie Davis[10]; 9. 11-Ashton Schulte[8]; 10. 23KR-Les Duellman[18]; 11. 33C-Cole Boston[5]; 12. 18X-Dylan Miller[15]; 13. 4-Kenny Kincaid[14]; 14. 40S-Mike Schnider[17]; 15. 3B-Austin Blom[16]; 16. 55-Jesse Polson[24]; 17. (DNF) 27-Corey Mehrwerth[12]; 18. (DNF) 18S-Kennedy Swan[9]; 19. (DNF) 4W-Joey Wagamon[4]; 20. (DNF) 04N-Nick Ayotte[22]; 21. (DNF) 33C(C)-Cole Chernosky[23]; 22. (DNF) 87-William Moelter[11]; 23. (DNF) 64-Evan Checkalski[21]; 24. (DQ) 95-Jason VandeKamp[19]
Semi Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 40S-Mike Schnider[7]; 2. 95-Jason VandeKamp[3]; 3. 64-Evan Checkalski[5]; 4. 33C(C)-Cole Chernosky[11]; 5. 28-Paul Ripley[9]; 6. 7P-Brandon Copp[10]; 7. 19-Darrin Lawler[2]; 8. (DNF) 7M-Dalton Mains[8]; 9. (DNF) 2-Tanner Gehl[4]; 10. (DQ) 70JR-David Simpson[1]; 11. (DQ) 69-Justin Bassa[6]
Semi Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 23KR-Les Duellman[1]; 2. 21-Wyatt Boyum[11]; 3. 04N-Nick Ayotte[9]; 4. 55-Jesse Polson[6]; 5. 1W1-Kalan Wagner[10]; 6. 15-James Vendela[3]; 7. 34-Taylor Madrinich[8]; 8. 19J-Jared Akervik[7]; 9. (DNF) 11X-Scott Thompson[4]; 10. (DQ) 11JR-Andrew Inman[2]; 11. (DQ) 2(K)-Kyle Kirberger[5]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17-Ashley Mehrwerth[2]; 2. 16-Ryan Savoy[4]; 3. 33C-Cole Boston[8]; 4. 3B-Austin Blom[7]; 5. 15-James Vendela[3]; 6. 40S-Mike Schnider[6]; 7. 34-Taylor Madrinich[5]; 8. (DQ) 33C(C)-Cole Chernosky[1]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17B-Zach Benson[2]; 2. 18S-Kennedy Swan[1]; 3. 4-Kenny Kincaid[4]; 4. 23KR-Les Duellman[5]; 5. 95-Jason VandeKamp[7]; 6. 2(K)-Kyle Kirberger[8]; 7. 7M-Dalton Mains[3]; 8. 1W1-Kalan Wagner[6]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 621-Colin Chaschuk[2]; 2. 85-Jamie Davis[1]; 3. 18X-Dylan Miller[4]; 4. 70JR-David Simpson[7]; 5. 64-Evan Checkalski[5]; 6. 69-Justin Bassa[8]; 7. 28-Paul Ripley[6]; 8. 7P-Brandon Copp[3]
Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 32III-Cody Carlson[1]; 2. 27-Corey Mehrwerth[2]; 3. 7-Brandon Mehrwerth[5]; 4. 11JR-Andrew Inman[3]; 5. 2-Tanner Gehl[4]; 6. 55-Jesse Polson[7]; 7. 04N-Nick Ayotte[6]
Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 4W-Joey Wagamon[2]; 2. 87-William Moelter[1]; 3. 11-Ashton Schulte[7]; 4. 19-Darrin Lawler[5]; 5. 11X-Scott Thompson[4]; 6. 19J-Jared Akervik[6]; 7. (DQ) 21-Wyatt Boyum[3]
9 entries


Feature (15 Laps): 1. 16-Cory Jorgensen[1]; 2. 11E-Dylan Shelton[3]; 3. 17-Aaron Bernick[2]; 4. N8-Nate Rose[5]; 5. 9W-Anthony Woodhull[6]; 6. 131-Jessie Limberios[7]; 7. (DNF) 28-Rob Christman[4]; 8. (DNF) 26-Tyler Kachinske[9]; 9. (DNS) 31-Tom Treviranus
Heat (8 Laps): 1. 17-Aaron Bernick[2]; 2. 16-Cory Jorgensen[7]; 3. 28-Rob Christman[3]; 4. 11E-Dylan Shelton[9]; 5. N8-Nate Rose[1]; 6. 9W-Anthony Woodhull[5]; 7. 131-Jessie Limberios[8]; 8. (DNF) 31-Tom Treviranus[6]; 9. (DNF) 26-Tyler Kachinske[4]
13 entries


Feature (15 Laps): 1. 113-Mac Johnston[2]; 2. 14A-AJ House[1]; 3. 28-Kyle House[6]; 4. 07-Carter Matthews[3]; 5. 11-Jesse Turnvall[7]; 6. 9G-Carson Gotelaere[10]; 7. 73-Ken Hapy[12]; 8. 11 17-Rachel Boston[13]; 9. 67-Patrick Passeri[11]; 10. 21(G)-Paul George[9]; 11. (DNF) 23-Kristy Marken[5]; 12. (DNF) 0-DeJay Jarecki[4]; 13. (DNF) 24-Marcus Ammerman[8]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 113-Mac Johnston[3]; 2. 0-DeJay Jarecki[4]; 3. 23-Kristy Marken[2]; 4. 11-Jesse Turnvall[6]; 5. 9G-Carson Gotelaere[1]; 6. 67-Patrick Passeri[7]; 7. (DNF) 11 17-Rachel Boston[5]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14A-AJ House[4]; 2. 07-Carter Matthews[5]; 3. 28-Kyle House[2]; 4. 24-Marcus Ammerman[3]; 5. 21(G)-Paul George[6]; 6. 73-Ken Hapy[1]

Wisconsin Modified Nationals Event Update:
With the best interest of not tearing up any equipment after yesterday's rain, we have decided to cancel tonight's Thursday night portion of the Mod Nationals to allow a full day and night of track prep today and another full day tomorrow to get the race track into the best possible shape for the racers and to provide the best possible racing action for the fans.

We've had track equipment on the track for several hours already today and it's coming along nicely, but we feel that giving the facility more time to dry out and giving our staff more time to focus on the track itself is in the best interest of everyone.

Please spread the word to others that we will race tomorrow (Friday) for sure and hope to see everyone here! Thanks for your understanding.

Wisconsin Modified Nationals Cancelled at Gondik Law;
Minnesota Mod Nats Still a Go at The Big O 

May 26th, 2021 – For Immediate Release 

Regrettably, the Wisconsin Modified Nationals fueled by Superior Fuel Co., which was scheduled for Wednesday-Friday, May 26th-28th has been cancelled due to weather.

The Gondik Law Speedway, the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior and the surrounding areas have received a large amount of rain over the past two weeks, which lead to a soft racing surface this past Friday night. That, coupled with more rain on Sunday and Monday, making it even more difficult on the facility and the below freezing temperatures in the upcoming late week’s forecast has caused track and event management to mutually agree to cancel the event. 

Temperatures are forecasted to be in the 40s for highs and 30s for lows both Thursday and Friday and the winds are to be blowing directly off of Lake Superior, making real feel temperatures at race time feeling like in the high teens or low 20s.  

To prevent anyone from traveling to Superior, the decision was made today to cancel the entire three-day event.  

On the bright side, the 16th annual Wehrs Machine Minnesota Modified Nationals driven by Boston Trucking, which will be held at the Ogilvie Raceway in Ogilvie, MN on Saturday and Sunday is on as scheduled with a 7pm start time both nights.

WISSOTA Modifieds, Super Stocks, Midwest Modifieds and Hornets are scheduled to be in action both nights with full racing programs each night. 

Tickets are available at the track beginning at 5pm each day. 

For fans not able to be at the track in person, both nights will be broadcast live on PayPerView at  

Log on to for more event information.  

Mod Nationals Weekend Expands for 2021

1Las Cruces, NM (November 12) – With the craziness that was the 2020 season and the fact that we (FYE Motorsports Promotions, Ogilvie Raceway and Gondik Law Speedway) were thrown into the unprecedented situation of moving the Mod Nationals from Ogilvie to Superior with just a week’s notice back in May of this year, the discussion began about possibly expanding the weekend for 2021 and we have just worked out details to make that a reality. 

How’s this sound for a Memorial Day weekend schedule? 
Tuesday, May 25th – Practice Night at Ogilvie Raceway 
Wednesday, May 26th – Practice Night at Gondik Law Speedway  
Thursday, May 27th – Wisconsin Mod Nationals Night #1 (Gondik Law Speedway) 
Friday, May 28th – Wisconsin Mod Nationals Night #2 (Gondik Law Speedway) 
1Saturday, May 29th – Minnesota Mod Nationals Night #1 (Ogilvie Raceway) 
Sunday, May 30th – Minnesota Mod Nationals Night #2 (Ogilvie Raceway)

Details are as follows:
WISSOTA Modifieds, Midwest Modifieds, Super Stocks and Hornets will be in action all four nights racing for the following payouts:
Modifieds: $1,500 to win EACH NIGHT
Midwest Modifieds: $1,000 to win EACH NIGHT
Super Stocks: $750 to win EACH NIGHT
Hornets: $250 to win EACH NIGHT 

Plus… returning for the second year in a row is the Superior Fuel Co. Sweep Bonus. However, this year, there is some serious cash up for grabs for all four divisions!!! 

Details are as follows:
If a Modified driver wins all 4 nights, he or she will earn a Superior Fuels Sweep Bonus of $6,000 (the total of what he or she won over the four-night event, making the weekend worth $12,000!!!) 

If a Midwest Modified driver wins all 4 nights, he or she will earn a Superior Fuels Sweep Bonus of $4,000 (the total of what he or she won over the four-night event, making the weekend worth $8,000!!!) 

If a Super Stock driver wins all 4 nights, he or she will earn a Superior Fuels Sweep Bonus of $3,000 (the total of what he or she won over the four-night event, making the weekend worth $6,000!!!) 

If a Hornet driver wins all 4 nights, he or she will earn a Superior Fuels Sweep Bonus of $1,000 (the total of what he or she won over the four-night event, making the weekend worth $2,000!!!) 

Much more information will be available soon at, but for now, put it on your calendar and plan on spending your 2021 Memorial Day holiday weekend with us in Superior and Ogilvie!