Saturday, February 6, 2016

I-94 Speedway Race Story 7/1/1994

Newcomer Raguse Tops in Modifieds

By KMSR's Jason Dale and Dean Reller

Sauk Centre, MN, July 1, 1994 --  The overcast sky did not dampen the spirits of the biggest crowd of the year that turned out for the KCLD Fireworks night at the I-94 Speedway.  In the WISSOTA Modified feature it was Kyle Raguse claiming his first ever pavement win.  At the drop of the green it was Steve Johanneck leading lap one, before Rick Burns took command on lap two and then Shawn Kirwin took over on lap three.  Kirwin then extended his lead by the half-way point to a full straight-away over the others.  Disaster struck Kirwin with four laps to go as his rear-end gears let loose, thus setting up a fight to the finish.  Newcomer Raguse took the top spot and had to hold off hard charger Dave Stork by inches at the line.

       Eugene Dick continued his winning ways as he took the feature event in the WISSOTA Late Model division.  Bill Woodworth took advantage of his pole position to take the early lead.  Woodworth held the top spot for the first 20 laps of the race.  With five laps remaining, Woodworth spun in turn one, as Steve Fegers was turning up the heat for the lead.  Fegers also slid his car, but when the race was restarted, he inherited the lead.  Points leader Dick used the late race caution to make a run to the front and with just two laps to go, Dick hooked up on the high side and claimed the lead for the two remaining circuits.  Fegers finished a close second with Rich Snyder third.

       In the WISSOTA Super Stock feature it was Twin Cities racer Paul Paine taking home the trophy.  Paine took the lead on lap one and never looked back as he cruised the entire race in the lead.  Bryan Roach finished second and Bob Snyder finished third.

       In the KCLD WISSOTA Street Stock feature it was Pat Henry once again finishing ahead of the rest.  Henry started outside the third row but quickly found himself in the lead on lap one.  The Sauk Centre native was able to withstand the constant pressure applied by Jim Bring and Tyrone Swanson in the dash to the finish.  The win was Henry's third in as many weeks at his home track.

       Jamie Winterquist made the long trek from Grandin, North Dakota pay-off as he led the entire Four Cylinder/Mini-Mod feature from start to finish.  As Winterquist ran away out front, the action turned to the second place battle between Frank Gabrelcik and Bill "frog" Nornberg.  The two cars touched in turn two, sending Gabrelcik into the wasll and Nornberg to the back of the pack.  "Frog" hopped through the field to reclaim second, but that was as far as he could get to Winterquist by the time the checkered flag waved.

This was the first race story I ever wrote.  Dean Reller usually did all the race stories but he had the night off and I was asked to do it.   Great memories and great racing at I-94. 

Jason Searcy

Sunday, April 5, 2015

I-94 Raceway Photos 2015

I-94 Speedway in Sauk Centre opened in 1991, the name was changed to I-94 Raceway in 2001 and then closed in 2009.  Here are some photos of how the track looks on Easter of 2015.  Do not let this happen to your local race track, please support motorsports in your area.

In my opinion, the track will never again open so, we should celebrate the history of this great racing facility.  Please click around this web-site and remember the good times had at I-94 Raceway. 

Photos by Jason D Searcy (I-94 announcer 2001-2008)

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Race Results 8-21-2004

Fredrickson Strong In "Tire Guy " 150 at I-94 Raceway 

By Dean Reller

SAUK CENTRE, MN (August 21, 2004) - Dan Fredrickson's experience in longer races came to the forefront as he captured the rain-shortend Jeremy "Tire Guy" Johnson 150 Memorial at the I-94 Raceway in Sauk Centre. Benny VanCleve led the field of 24 to the green flag and it was Eugene Dick who took control on the opening lap. Andy Hanson moved to second as the lead pack stayed close. Eighth starting Fredrickson was on the move right away as he passed both Hanson and Dick to become the new race leader on lap nine. The first caution of the race waved on lap ten, when Jon and Tim Olson got together just out of turn four. When racing resumed, Fredrickson continued to show the way as Hanson tried to work his way past. Hanson was unable to get the run he needed and this allowed Todd Hansen to catch the front pair and make it a three-car race for the lead. Hansen would pass Hanson, just prior to the yellow flag for Jeff Lofquist's spin on lap 55. Fredrickson quickly restarted the race and Hansen turned up the pressure as he pulled alongside and raced wheel-to-wheel for the lead. Hanson was right behind the top two as he sat in the very close third spot. Lapped traffic kept the leader busy as Fredrickson still was the top car in the race. With a mandatory race break at lap 100, Hansen seized the opportunity and grabbed the lead at the stripe to hold the lead going into the break.
Hansen showed the way as the race resumed and Fredrickson became the challenger as he tried to pull alongside the leader. It wasn't long before it was side-by-side for the lead and Fredrickson used the bottom of the track to his advantage as he retook the lead on lap 111. Hansen continued strong and he took the lead back on the following lap. Bill Rode's spin on lap 116, brought out yet another yellow and on the restart, Fredrickson gained the advantage as he took the lead for the final time. Hansen stayed close, but as the race wore on, he slipped back as Fredrickson pulled to a full straightaway advantage at one point. The final caution waved on lap 146, when Eugene Dick spun in turn one. During the caution, a thunderstorm moved over the track and dropped enough rain to force race officials to call the race complete at 145 laps and award Fredrickson the win.
Jon Lewerer was one of the many drivers the Jeremy "Tire Guy" Johnson had helped in the pits and it was a emotional moment in Victory Lane as Lewerer paid tribute to a fallen friend by winning the Modified Feature. John Gottwald looked fast early on as he set the pace in the first six laps. Sixth starting Lewerer drove hard and on lap seven, he pulled off the pass in turn four. Once in the lead, Lewerer checked-out, pulling to a full straightaway lead as he blasted to the win in the cautionless race. Gottwald completed his best race of season as he held off Kevin Woeste for second. Following the race, Lewerer bolted from his car, climbed the front stretch fence, saluted the fans and dedicated the win to Jeremy Johnson, known to many in the pits as simply "Tire Guy".
Dirk Henry debuted his new car in dominant fashion as he won the Bernick's Pepsi Great North Legends Feature. Polesitter Greg Lohrenz took the lead right away, but Henry was right behind, immediately turning up the heat. Henry took the lead just before Bruce Allen crashed in turn three. On the restart, Henry quickly distanced himself from everyone. The race for second remained tight as Tim Brockhouse worked his way past Lohrenz. Without any further cautions, Henry was able to run away from everyone as he went on to pick up his second career Legends win.
Ace Valencour used a great starting spot to take the win in the Thunder Car Feature. Starting on the pole, Valencour took the lead right away. Lance Stueve, in search of his first win, pressured Valencour the entire race. Stueve stayed within a car's length the entire race, but he couldn't mount a challenge as he chased Valencour to the win.
David Bolstad has found some speed in the last few weeks and he put it to good use as he won the Bernick's Pepsi UCAR Feature. Alan Thompson took control at the start as the field stayed close behind, running three-wide in the first few laps. Cory Flynn and Andy Mayavski got together on lap five to bring out a caution. On the restart, Thompson had Bolstad right alongside and it wasn't long before Bolstad took the lead. Another caution with three laps remaining, saw Jeremy Fleck and Flynn right behind the leader. Bolstad wasn't about to let this one get away as he drove hard the final few laps and picked up the win. Flynn got by Fleck with one to go as he finished a close second.

I-94 Raceway Results Aug. 21, 2004
ASA Super Late Models
Fast Qualifiers
1. Dan Fredrickson (16.65 sec. NEW TRACK RECORD) 2. Joe Berthiaume (16.67 sec.) 3. Josh Vadnais (16.72 sec.) 4. Todd Hansen (16.72 sec.) 5. Andy Hanson (16.78 sec.) 6. Dean Cornelius (16.83 sec.)
Jeremy "Tire Guy" Johnson 150 Memorial Race (Number of laps completed)
1. Dan Fredrickson (Elko) (145) 2. Todd Hansen (Minneapolis) (145) 3. Josh Vadnais (White Bear Lake) (145) 4. Dean Cornelius (145) 5. Stacy Rossell (Atwater) (145) 6. Eugene Dick (Watkins) (145) 7. Bryan Roach (Becker) (145) 8. Bill Rode (Hudson, WI) (144) 9. Benny VanCleve (Prior Lake) (143) 10. AJ Rhoads (Hastings) (142) 11. JR Studinski (St. Joseph) (142) 12. Jake Jay (Harris) (142) 13. Andy Hanson (Ramsey) (141) 14. Jeff Lofquist (Fergus Falls) (140) 15. Molly Rhoads (Hastings) (140) 16. Pete Ingebritson (Farmington) (139) 17. Tim Dehaan (Pine City) (138) 18. Jason Rund (Fergus Falls) (137) 19. Tim Olson (Hamel) (99) 20. Joe Berthiaume (Hamel) (70) 21. Greg Michaud (Minnetrista) (50) 22. Pat Henry (Sauk Centre) (14) 23. Jon Olson (Hamel) (13) 24. Gordy Mason (Excelsior) (9)
Time of Race: 1 hr., 4 mins, 28 secs Average Speed: 50.608 mph Margin of Victory: n/a Rain
Caution Flags: lap 10 (crash); lap 55 (spin); lap 89 (spin); lap 116 (spin); lap 120 (crash); lap 139 (spin); lap 145 (spin/rain)
Lap Leaders: Eugene Dick 1-8, Dan Fredrickson 9-99, Todd Hansen 100-110, Dan Fredrickson 111, Todd Hansen 112-116, Dan Fredrickson 117-145
Total Laps Led: Dan Fredrickson 121, Todd Hansen 16, Eugene Dick 8
5 lead changes involving 3 drivers

First Heat
1. Jeff Rohner (Willmar) 2. Kevin Woeste (Waite Park) 3. Jerry Voigt (Cold Spring) 4. John Notch (St. Cloud) 5. Brady Barker (Grove City) 6. Mike Meagher (Grey Eagle) 7. Matt Anderson (Atwater) 8. Dave Deters (Sauk Centre)-DNS
Second Heat
1. Jon Lewerer (Coon Rapids) 2. Terry Merten (Sauk Centre) 3. John Gottwald (Paynesville) 4. Tony Grams (Zimmerman) 5. Joey Johnson (Alexandria) 6. Tim Brockhouse (Shorewood) 7. Joe Berthiaume (Hamel)
1. Jon Lewerer 2. John Gottwald 3. Kevin Woeste 4. John Notch 5. Terry Merten 6. Tony Grams 7. Jerry Voigt 8. Joey Johnson 9. Brady Barker 10. Jeff Rohner 11. Joe Berthiaume 12. Tim Brockhouse 13. Matt Anderson 14. Mike Meagher 15. Dave Deters-DNS

Great North Legends
First Heat
1. Jaycen Brockhouse (Prior Lake) 2. Rick Dubay (Coon Rapids) 3. Matt Hendrickson (Albany) 4. Ross Zumbach (Racine) 5. Chad Flynn (Alexandria) 6. Greg Lohrenz (Chanhassen) 7. Charlie Balderston (Freeport) 8. Dave Schafer (Glenwood) 9. Doug Petty (Oak Grove)-DNS
Second Heat
1. Tim Brockhouse (Shorewood) 2. Todd Tracy (Belle Plaine) 3. Zack Davids (Apple Valley) 4. Jamie Walker (Kimball) 5. Cam Schafer (Glenwood) 6. Mike Turbes (North Mankato) 7. Paul Hartman (Willmar) 8. Nick Binsfeld (St. Cloud)-DNF
Third Heat
1. Dirk Henry (Sauk Centre) 2. Jon Lewerer (Coon Rapids) 3. Rob Thurston (Olivia) 4. Rollie Davidson (Burnsville) 5. Stan Davis (Maple Grove) 6. Bruce Allen (Chanhassen) 7. Tim Bumgardner (Coon Rapids) 8. Robbie Carter (Prior Lake)
Fast Qualifiers
1. Jaycen Brockhouse (19.06 sec.) 2. Jon Lewerer (19.09 sec.) 3. Tim Brockhouse (19.2 sec.) 4. Greg Lohrenz (19.25 sec.) 5. Dirk Henry (19.25 sec.) 6. Todd Tracy (19.29 sec.)
1. Dirk Henry 2. Tim Brockhouse 3. Greg Lohrenz 4. Jaycen Brockhouse 5. Rob Thurston 6. Jon Lewerer 7. Todd Tracy 8. Zack Davids 9. Matt Hendrickson 10. Jamie Walker 11. Paul Hartman 12. Chad Flynn 13. Robbie Carter 14. Stan Davis 15. Charlie Balderston 16. Rick Dubay 17. Rollie Davidson 18. Dave Schafer 19. Mike Turbes 20. Tim Bumgardner 21. Nick Binsfeld 22. Cam Schafer 23. Ross Zumbach-DNF 24. Doug Petty-DNF 25. Bruce Allen-DNF

Thunder Cars
First Heat
1. Jerry Messer (Sauk Centre) 2. Lance Stueve (Greenwald) 3. Ace Valencour (Sauk Centre) 4. Matt Miller (Glenwood) 5. Jonathan Olmscheid (Elrosa) 6. Tim Wojtowicz (Minneapolis)-DNF 7. Jim Larkin (Big Lake)-DNF
Second Heat
1. Patrick Amelung (St. Joseph) 2. Jarmin Henry (Sauk Centre) 3. Daryl Harth (Glenwood) 4. Joe Karl (Osakis) 5. Matt Hoeschen (Sauk Centre) 6. Doug Olmscheid (Elrosa)-DNF
1. Ace Valencour 2. Lance Stueve 3. Jarmin Henry 4. Jerry Messer 5. Jim Larkin 6. Pat Amelung 7. Matt Miller 8. Joe Karl 9. Jonathan Olmscheid 10. Matt Hoeschen 11. Tim Wojtowicz 12. Doug Olmscheid (Elrosa) 13. Daryl Harth-DNF

First Heat
1. Andy Mayavski (St. Cloud) 2. Nick Panitzke (Sauk Centre) 3. Dan Bolstad (Fergus Falls) 4. David Bolstad (Fergus Falls) 5. Billy Weyer (Sartell) 6. Bobbi Maras (Grey Eagle) 7. Tony Hallerman (Sauk Centre) 8. Josh Christi (Sauk Rapids) 9. Carrie McDougall (Monticello)-DNF
Second Heat
1. Cory Flynn (Alexandria) 2. Jeremy Fleck (Sauk Rapids) 3. Andy Heying (St. Cloud) 4. Curt Peterson (Burtrum) 5. Alan Thompson (Waite Park) 6. Matt Peterson (Burtrum) 7. Craig Maack (Pelican Rapids) 8. Kris Wensmann (Burtrum)
1. David Bolstad 2. Cory Flynn 3. Jeremy Fleck 4. Dan Bolstad 5. Alan Thompson 6. Andy Heying 7. Kurt Peterson 8. Bobbi Maras 9. Nick Panitzke 10. Tony Hallerman 11. Andy Mayavski 12. Craig Maack 13. Josh Christi 14. Billy Weyer 15. Kris Wensman-DNF 16. Matt Peterson-DNF 17. Carrie McDougall-DNF

Saturday, February 2, 2013

ASL at I-94 Raceway 2005

July 3 2005

By Jason D Searcy

In an early race move, Ryan Mathews rocketed to the front over the independence holiday weekend to win the ASL 150 at I-94 Raceway in Sauk Centre MN.

Mathews passed Nate Thiesse on lap four and never looked back.  "I was just trying to drive easy and it seemed like nobody could catch me, the car didn't wiggle the entire race" said Mathews.

After a recent string of good runs Mathews was hungry to score his first win of 2005.  "It's been frustrating this year because we have had so many dominant cars and for whatever reason we've had something go wrong and lost the race.  We finally got one!"

Mathews bested a strong field of drivers that included two former ASA Champions, Kevin Cywinski and Bryan Reffner to win his first career ASL race.  "It's kind of neat to win in an ASL car becuase they are so different, every time we race we seem to learn a little more" said Mathews.

Trevor Stewart delighted his home state fans with an impressive late race charge through the pack to finish as the runner up.  "We needed a caution, we wanted the fans to throw something on the track like they do at Indy" joked Stewart.

Fast timer in practice and time trials Paul Paine stayed near the front the entire race and finished third but was not able to challenge for the win.  "I wore out my stuff racing with Cywinski" said Paine.  "He passed me when I was trying to keep the tires under my car.  Then I passed him and he passed me back again, then I got by him twords the end of the race.  By that time my stuff was all used up."

Also finishing on the lead lap was Kevin Cywinski in fourth then Jonathan Davenport and Nate Thiesse in his ASL debut.

The next race will be Tuesday August 2nd at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna WI.

ASL 150 Results from I-94 Raceway, Sauk Centre MN
July 3 2005

1-Ryan Mathews
2-Trevor Stewart
3-Paul Paine
4-Kevin Cywinski
5-Jonathan Davenport
6-Nate Thiesse
7-Bryan Reffner
8-Landon Cassill
9-Andrew Morrissey
10-Jarit Johnson
11-Ronnie Hawley
12-Hal Collins
13-Trey Allen
14-Jacob Dohlun
15-John Vig Jr.

*reprinted from

** The ASL only raced one year, when the ASA National tour folded and before the ASA Midwest tour began.  ASL founder Gary Vercauteran suddenly died in October of 2005.

*** If you notice.. future NASCAR Cup series driver Landon Cassill finished 8th, he was only 16 yrs old.  Future ASA Midwest tour champion Andrew Morrissey was 9th and Jarit Johnson (older brother of NASCAR Champion Jimmie Johnson) in a car prepared by Butch Miller finished 10th.  Hal Collins came all the way from Fort Worth Texas to race in this event, driving an open trailer to haul his car, he finished 12th.

Here is a youtube video of the entire event courtesy of Wogggieee

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Saturday, February 18, 2012

I-94 History 1997-1999

In my opinion from my view ... I-94 Track history (part 3 of 4) "Building blocks" 1997-1999

By Jason Dale Searcy, track announcer

*Reprinted from the track program in 2003

Racing Friday nights at 8pm... Promoter: Mary Beth Cripe/Chanda Lofquist

The real characters of this period had to be #3 Modified Rick (photo below) and Karla Burns.  Rick was the consistent "old school" driver who was one of the toughest guys to pass, he would always run you side-by-side for 6-8 laps before giving up any position.  Karla was the organized, take care of "the issues" crew chief.  If you wanted to know any racing gossip or needed any help,  just ask Karla, to find her just listen in the pits for that distinctive laugh and look for the poofy blond hair.

The two biggest races were the MN Vikings childrens charity fun races.  Craig Pommeranke and Patrick Leopold helped bring many former Vikings to the track to raise money and sign autographs.  The players also raced Legends cars: 

In 1997 Scott Studwell and Steve Jordan crossed the finish line together to tie for the win.  "Benchwarmer" Bob Lurtsema, Darrin Nelson, Carl Eller, Bill "boom boom" Brown, Tommy Kraemer, Joe Senser and Jim Marshall all were in attendance.

In 1998 Jim Marshall backed Gary Meuller's car into the front stretch wall in the heat race.  The Vikings mascot Ragnar won the feature race followed by Carl Eller, Bill Brown, Scott Studwell, Ted Brown, Greg Coleman and Doug Southerland.  These were great events with big crowds and, might I say, the former Vikings could not have been more gracious to the fans.

After a few years of WISSOTA Sanctioning the track switched to NASCAR in 1998 & 1999.  The NASCAR Remax challenge series made a stop at I-94 on Friday June 26th 1998. The race night was rained out and so the cars raced on Saturday afternoon because the staff had to be up at Fergus Falls on Saturday night, Brian Hoppe won.

The best interview of this time was Scott "the iceman" Brandt, he was the Great North Legends champion from 1997-1999.

The trucks raced at I-94 and put on a great show from 1997-1999 even though only 4-6 trucks raced on a weekly basis.  They were all evenly matched and it seemed like they took turns winning exciting features.  Jim Dehann, Greg Meyer and Eugene Dick are the champions.

In 1996 Larry Rossell (photo above) won a close points battle with Steve Johanneck to gain his first point title.  It was tight again in 1997, Larry Button was his closest rival.  Coming into the final feature event and just a few points out of the lead Rossell had to finish ahead of Button for a chance to win the championship.  Button came up big and won the feature event with Rossell on his tail at the checkered flag.  During the post race inspection it was discovered that Buttons muffler fell off during the race resulting in an automatic DQ.   That means Rossell wins the point championship.  Not so fast... Larry Rossell witnessed the whole spectacle and didn't feel right about the situation and volunteered to be DQ'd for a safety violation, so the points would remain the same as before the race and Button would win the point title.  Rossell not only gave up the championship but also had to forfeit the $400 prize money for the night, a very classy move for the #5 Modified driver.  I don't know of too many guys who would've given up a point title to show respect for another competitor.  This should go down as one of the best stories in I-94 History.

After a seven year run the "Speedway Show" on KMSR radio ended in 1997.  I was the announcer at the I-94 track in Fergus Falls and due to a work conflict was not able to attend every race night at Sauk Centre during this period but, with the help of Rick Burns, Jim Fischer and Mark Blom we built a four cyl race car.  I raced in the new UCAR division part-time for three years, finishing 11th in points twice and won a heat race with Nick Binsfeld on my rear bumper the last couple laps.  Those are years I will never forget.

1997-1999 was a "building block" time at I-94, some very big changes were on the horizon.

*Thanks to Tim Olson for #5 photo

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

1991 Point standings

1991 I-94 Speedway (Sauk Centre) Unofficial Final Point Standings:

 Championship Sprint Cars:
 1. Dale Johnson #27 230
 2. Ron Carlson #C1 228
 3. Rick Sandberg #71 221
 4. Dennis Fike #18 216
 5. Mike Thompson #22 213
 6. Dave Virgilito #1x 176
 7. Tim Almquist #7 116
 8. Raleigh Sandberg #17 102
 9. Randal Guida #3 68
 10. Dwain Wilmes #21 29

Late Models:
 1. Jim Bruggeman #44 221
 2. Jeff Hinkemeyer #4F 213
 3. Steve Fegers #52 197
 4. Steve Laursen #19 188
 5. Jerry Legatt #71 154

 6. Scott Patton #6 153
 7. Jeff Wildung #50 152
 8. Dick Johanneck #94 146
 9. Leroy Schuelke #11 121
 10. Steve Egersdorf #3x 110

 1. Ryan Muzik #23 233
 2. John Henkemeyer #1A 177
 3. Shawn Nolan #66 152
4. Terry Merten #14 149
 5. Jamie Lemke #17L 139
 6. Shawn Kirwin #10 133
7. Mike Wold #11 125
 8. Gary Reents #1 118
 9. Bud Martini #42 117
 10. Roger Canon #47 115

 1. Tom Hiebert #22 164
 2. Ron Flynn #84 164
 3. Leon Brutger #8 150
 4. Dennis Terning #24 148
 5. Butch Stearns #24 108
 6. Larry Crouse #29 96
 7. Tyrone Swanson #72 93
 8. Rob Lynch #44 91
 9. Joel Tesch #31 82
 10. Irvin Cook #20 81

 1. Dave Nielsen #4 258
 2. Frank Gabrelcik #44 208
 3. Pat Henry #11 157
 4. Tony Stock #86 153
 5. Gary Servatius #1 152
 6. Don Eischens #9 131
 7. Steve Pitcher #26 93
 8. Kurt Reiner #13 83
 9. Steve Morgan #15 75
 10. Troy Nelson #71 73

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Thank you to
#71, 71 & #10 photos from BOLT
#14 photo from Cricketprints
*Special thanks to Ray Beste & Jason Searcy

1992 Point Standings

1992 I-94 Speedway Unofficial Sauk Centre Final Point Standings

 Late Models:
 1. Jim Bruggeman #44 365
 2. Jeff Hinkemeyer #4F 326
 3. Joel Cryderman #51 306
 4. Steve Fegers #52 296
 5. Jeff Wildung #50 252
 6. Scott Hillig #98 222
 7. Jerry Legatt #71 206
 8. Jim Jacobson/Dick Johanneck #I94 202
 9. Scott Patton #6 178
 10. Tom Nesbitt #1 170

 1. Jamie Lemke #17L 332
 2. Ryan Muzik #23 318
 3. Shawn Kirwin #10 309
 4. John Henkemeyer #1A 257
 5. Larry Rossell #5 251
 6. Rick Iees #66 250
 7. Rich Snyder #1 233
 8. Roger Canon #47 210
 9. Shawn Nolan #79 206
 10. Terry Merten #14 192

 1. Tom Hiebert #22 360
 2. Leon Brutger #8 354
 3. Danny Hanson #7 344
 4. Butch Stearns #24 334
 5. David Laabs #6 304
 6. Tyrone Swanson #72 283
 7. Andy Elwood #21 272
 8. Scott Atkinson #21 226
 9. Dave Cain #32 185
 10. Al Stewart #22 168

 Four Cylinders:
 1. Scott Atkinson #21 337
 2. Jim Rau #94 327
 3. John Notch #76 325
 4. Craig Christiansen #4c 288
 5. Randy Nierenhausen #72 282
 6. Scott Nouis #3D 252
 7. Gary Servatius #1 211
 8. Chuck Mikkelson #69 151
 9. Kenny Ziesmer #9 149
 10. Steve Morgan #25 136

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*4f photo from Bolt
*17 photo from Lemke racing
*22 Photo from Tom Hiebert
*bottom 2 photos from race program
*special thanks to Ray Beste & Jason Searcy