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By: Eric Huenefeld

An exciting double-header weekend is on tap this weekend for the racers of the Mid-American Stock Car Series, with the series visiting two of the most historic bullrings in the state of Wisconsin.

Thursday evening July 10, for the third time in series history, the Mid-American Stock Car Series makes the trip north to State Park Speedway, located just outside of Wausau. Then Sunday evening July 13, the series makes its first-ever trip to Slinger Super Speedway to be part of the ‘Prelude to the Nationals’ event, held just two days before the prestigious ‘Slinger Nationals’ Super Late Model race. The event at Slinger is presented in part by Krebs Trucking of Hartford. Yes, that would be Mid-American’s car 80 Dusty Krebs and family. Thank you Dusty!


6/26/2014 by Doug Strasburg

There were many facets to last weekend at Jefferson Speedway that went together to make a diamond out of a piece of coal.

Somewhere between five and six inches of rain, which fell during the week,'14 Jefferson Pit Area'14 Jefferson Pit Area soaked through the hill, the upper pits and the camping area. The natural catch area for this is the lower pit area. This not only rendered the main pits with the slabs useless but also flooded the road to the back grassy pits. A bleak start to a special night planned of racing, featuring the Mid-American Stock Car Series and Tundra Super Lates.

(Jefferson, WI – June 21, 2014) Lyle Nowak made the right move at the right time en route to his first Mid-American Stock Car Series win of the season, as the circuit returned to Wisconsin’s Action Track, the Jefferson Speedway Saturday night.
Multiple story lines and a nice helping of drama kept fans guessing throughout the course of the 50 lap headliner, the 5th stop on the 2014 tour.

First to shine in the spotlight was pole sitter Rick Tackman, JR, who took command early from front row mate Greg Beebe. Tackman quickly established a steady rhythm at the point, leading Beebe and Erik Pierce on a slight break-away from the rest of the field.

But wasting little time on a forward march was defending champion Brad Keith. After a top three qualifying effort, and a solid heat finish, Keith appeared poised to continue his momentum from his best run of the year two weeks prior at the Milwaukee Mile.

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