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By Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 30, 2011) Fort Atkinson’s Jason Erickson charged to the front of the field on Saturday night to win the Pepsi 50 lap Late Model feature. The win marked Erickson’s second straight victory and third of the season. Erickson is the only Late Model pilot to garner more than one feature win to this point in the 2011 campaign.

Scott Lindsay and Brandon Pendleton led the field to green with Lindsay taking the initial lead on lap one. Pendleton fell in line for second with Roger Behlke running third. Behlke moved to the low side as he pulled alongside Pendleton on lap two. Behlke cleared for second on lap three with Trent Erdman trying to follow. The first of two cautions waved on lap nine for a spinning Steve Dobbratz. Erdman made the pass for third as racing resumed and just before the second caution on lap 11. Once racing got back underway, Erdman was shown the black flag for leaking fluid handing third to John Ovadal. On lap 18, Behlke began to take a look to the inside of Lindsay at the point. Behlke drew even with Lindsay as they duo battled for the lead. Behlke drifted a little high entering turn one on lap 20. Behlke and Lindsay made contact forcing Lindsay to check up as Behlke rocketed into the lead with Ovadal in tow for second. Two laps later, Ovadal took a look to the inside of the new leader as Erickson ran the two drivers down. Erickson joined the two leaders as he pulled up behind Behlke with Ovadal to the inside. Ovadal continued to work the low side as he tried to make the pass for the lead. On lap 34, Ovadal began to lose grip as he slid back allowing Erickson to dive under Behlke. Erickson completed the winning pass with ten circuits remaining. Erickson cruised through the final laps to see the checkers first for the win. Rounding out the top five were Behlke, Casey Johnson, Dylan Schuyler and Ovadal.

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By Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 23, 2011) Fort Atkinson’s Jason Erickson became the first Late Model pilot to win his second feature of the 2011 season on Saturday night at Jefferson Speedway. Erickson methodically picked his way to the front of the field and drove on to capture the Schmidt’s Auto 50 lap feature event.

Tommy Pecaro grabbed the initial lead as the green flag waved over the 18 car field. Roger Behlke followed into second on lap two with Noel Ramge and John Ovadal in tow for third and fourth respectively. The first of two caution periods came on lap ten when defending champion Casey Johnson spun in turn four. Ovadal snuck past Ramge for third on the restart with Pecaro still showing the way out front. Pecaro began to slip away from the field as Ovadal moved up to challenge Behlke for the runner up spot. His large lead was erased on lap 19 when Trent Erdman cut a tire and spun in turns one and two to bring out the second caution. As racing resumed, Dylan Schuyler slipped past Ovadal for third and proceeded to apply pressure to Behlke for second. Meanwhile, Erickson made his way into the top five by lap 32 as he continued to move forward. Erickson found himself in fourth on lap 36 as he charged under Schuyler looking for third. Erickson claimed the position a lap later and continued forward alongside Behlke. Erickson owned the second spot on lap 38 as he set his sights Pecaro at the point. Erickson motored under Pecaro on lap 39 as the duo raced wheel to wheel. Erickson finally cleared for the lead with eight circuits remaining as he began to check out from the pack. Schuyler made a late pass for second, but Erickson was well on his way to crossing under the checkers first for the win. Schuyler was second followed by Steve Dobbratz, Pecaro and Luke Westenberg.

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By Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 16, 2011) Ty James of Oconomowoc rocketed out into the lead of the Bill Collins Memorial 50 lap Late Model feature presented by Tired Iron Promotions on his way to leading every lap and getting the victory. The win marked the tenth different feature winner in as many weeks of competition at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

James and Rob Myers led the field of 18 drivers to the green with James taking control of the point through turns one and two on the opening circuit. Myers fell in line behind James with Shaun Scheel riding in third. James started to move away from the pack as Scheel moved into the high lane next to Myers. Scheel grabbed second just before the first of four caution periods slowed the field. Point leader, Jason Erickson, pulled his mount to the infield under the caution ending his night. As racing resumed, Scheel began to apply pressure to James out front while Brandon Pendleton worked past Myers for third. The top two began to break away from the pack as Pendleton tried to hold off Dylan Schuyler for the third position. Schuyler claimed the spot as the second caution waved on lap 14. Scheel continued to pressure the leader through two more cautions as the laps ticked away. Lap after lap, Scheel got a run to the inside of James entering turn one, but James pulled back ahead down the back stretch each time. James held off the advances of Scheel to see the checkers first and pick up the win. Scheel came home second with Schuyler, Steve Dobbratz and Trent Erdman rounding out the top five.

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By Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 9, 2011) Ryan Zielski of Oconomowoc used a late race pass to capture the lead and charge to the checkers on Saturday night at Jefferson Speedway. Zielski’s victory in the B&M Electric 65 lap Late Model feature marked his first of the 2011 campaign at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

The Goodyear Summer Rumble Late Model main event kicked off with Shaun Scheel and Brandon Pendleton leading the way to the drop of the green flag. Scheel grabbed control on lap one with Pendleton falling in line behind him. On lap two, the outside line began to check up as they entered turn three resulting in John Ovadal spinning and collecting several competitors towards the back of the pack. After another brief caution on lap six, Bruce Lee moved around Pendleton to claim the second spot with Scheel still leading the field. Zielski moved up to challenge Pendleton for third, claiming the position a lap later and setting his sights on Lee in second. While Zielski and Lee battled for the runner up position, Scheel opened up a healthy advantage over the duo. Zielski eventually cleared for second on lap 20 with Steve Dobbratz in his tracks for third. Another caution for debris slowed the field and erased Scheel’s big lead on lap 22. As racing resumed, Zielski launched a bid for the lead as he moved to the low side of Scheel entering turn one. After battling for several laps, door to door, Scheel regained the top spot while Zielski fell back into a fight for second with Dobbratz. Scheel began to slip away from the field again while Zielski and Dobbratz waged war for second. As the laps began to wind down, Zielski claimed sole possession of second once again and moved up to challenge Scheel for the lead. With four laps remaining, Zielski and Scheel touched entering turn one forcing Scheel to drift through the corner. Zielski pounced on the opening as he drew even with the leader. A lap later, Zielski motored into the lead with Dobbratz following past Scheel for second. Zielski saw the checkers first to claim the win with Dobbratz finishing second. Jason Erickson nipped Scheel at the line for third with Luke Westenberg rounding out the top five.

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by Andrew Schaller
JEFFERSON, WI (Saturday, July 02, 2011) Helenville’s Noel Ramge dominated the Newville Auto Salvage 50 lap Late Model feature at Jefferson Speedway on Saturday night. Ramge led from start to finish picking up his first win of the 2011 campaign at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

Scott Lindsay and Ramge made up row one at the start. Coming to the green, Lindsay got very loose allowing Ramge to take control entering the first turn on lap one. Lindsay fell into line behind Ramge for second with Bruce Lee running in third. The first of three caution periods came on lap seven when Dylan Schuyler and Casey Johnson tangled in turn four. As racing resumed, the top three spread themselves out at the front with Ryan Zielski and Chris Quam battled for fourth. On lap 16, Zielski slid up in front of Quam causing contact between to two competitors. As a result, both drivers slowed slightly to correct their rides allowing John Ovadal to shoot past into fourth. Ovadal began to reel in the leaders until the second caution on lap 26 slowed the field. On the restart, Lindsay continued to pressure Ramge at the front as Ovadal maneuvered past Lee for the third spot. The final caution appeared on lap 30 setting up a 20 lap shootout to the finish. Once the field was back under the green, Jason Erickson began to challenge Ovadal for the third spot while Lindsay stayed close to the rear bumper of Ramge. Erickson slipped past Ovadal on lap 34, but Ovadal returned the favor a lap later to regain the third spot. Lindsay stayed glued to Ramge’s rear bumper over the closing laps, but Ramge kept him in his rear view mirror on his way to the checkers to pick up the win. Lindsay was second followed by Ovadal, Erickson and Zielski.

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