Morgan and Wallace take home Miller Genuine Draft
Twin 75 Opener wins!
By Lanae Weyer

April 30, 2000; Slinger, WI -  While the youth movement made a valiant effort Sunday at the Slinger Speedway, in the end it was longtime veteran and defending track champion Conrad Morgan who came home with the overall title in the Miller Genuine Draft Twin 75's Spring Opener.

43000h.jpg (25809 bytes) Time to celebrate!  Victory lane celebrations began after the Miller Genuine Draft Twin 75's.  From left are Conrad Morgan (#92), Miss Slinger Jennifer Lynn, a representative of Miller which sponsored the program and Jamie Wallace (#40) who won the opening 75 lap feature.

Morgan secured the overall crown by finishing second in the first 75 lap late model feature and then used a thrilling last lap pass to win the nightcap.

43000i.jpg (15124 bytes) Flying out front!  Jamie Wallace (#40) begins to pull away from Eric Fransen (#16) en route to winning the first 75 lap Late Model feature event.

Jamie Wallace, a relative newcomer to the high banks of Slinger, jumped out the early lead in the first Miller Genuine Draft 75 as Morgan, who started eighth, began to work his way towards the front. Following a lap 13 caution for a Jeff Holtz and John Mueller spin, Morgan found himself in a hard battle with Eric Fransen for second while Wallace padded his lead by lapping slower cars. On lap 54, Fransen slowed momentarily allowing Morgan to set his sights on Wallace. Morgan could only manage to close to Wallace’s rear bumper on the final lap as Wallace took the victory. Al Schill finished third while David Prunty and Fransen rounded out the top five.

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The lead battle! Rich Loch (#55) is about to lose the lead to eventual winner Conrad Morgan (#92) in the second 75 lap Late Model feature! The best Late Model drivers in the nation do battle before a full house on the World's Fastest 1/4 mile oval. Slinger Super Speedway!

Morgan began the second Miller Genuine Draft 75 from the fourteenth position while Rich Loch led a tightly bunched pack at the drop of the green flag. The close racing at the front of the field produced a spectacular looking incident involving Donavan Morgan and John Zimmerman which brought out the red flag on lap 11. Once racing resumed, Loch continued to hold the top spot as Schill and Morgan expertly worked traffic and began to close in.

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Late in the first 75 lap feature, David Prunty (#1) and Al Schill Sr. (#14) do battle.   Prunty would finish third in the event with Schill claiming fourth.

Schill made his bid to take the point with seven laps to go but found himself in a spin down the backstretch while charging for the lead, allowing Morgan to move into second. Morgan hounded Loch over the final five laps and pulled even on the outside as the two raced side-by-side to the white flag. Finding the outer groove to his liking, Morgan was able to outdistance Loch through the fourth turn to take the victory by a half car length.

Toby Rott held off Chris Rataczyk to win the 35 lap late model semi-feature while Joe Gross was the winner of the 12 lap late model consi. Cindy Peterson won the eight lap late model dash while Morgan was the fastest qualifier at 11.594 seconds.

43000a.jpg (13577 bytes) Modified action!  Dennis Prunty (#1) powers past Brian Holtz (#3) on his way to victory in the Midwest Modified feature event on the high-banked quarter-mile oval.

Defending Midwest Modified track champion Dennis Prunty began the new season in strong fashion as he captured the win in the 35 lap modified main event. Prunty took the lead on lap four and was never headed as he took the checkered flag ahead of Chris Peterson, Mike Held, and Lenny Galenberg III. Paul Treuthardt finished fifth.

Number One!  Dennis Prunty (#1) finish in the same position as his car number scoring the Midwest Modified feature victory on opening day! 43000f.jpg (16053 bytes)

Lyle Messinger held off Scott Ascher to score his first win of the season in the 20 lap Slinger Stinger feature. Jim Schmittinger finished third ahead of Craig Loiselle and Bill Shavlik.

This Sunday night May 7th, Al’s Auto Salvage, Champion Chicken, and Pro Power Engines present the Al Schill Jr. Memorial at the Slinger Speedway highlighted by a 77 lap late model feature plus a full racing program. Gates open at 4:45 pm with time trials at 5:15 pm and racing at 7 pm.

Regular Season kicks off this Sunday Night
at Slinger Super Speedway!
By Lanae Weyer

Special; Slinger, WI - Points battles start the regular season opener Sunday night May 7th as Al's Auto Salvage, Champion Chicken, pro power present The Al Schill Jr. Memorial at the Slinger Super Speedway. The night will be highlighted by a 77 lap late model feature attributed to the late Al Schill
Jr., plus free giveaways form Champion Chicken, and a full night of racing in the Late Model, Midwest Modifieds, Slinger Stinger Street Stock, Figure 8, Team Cruisers, and Spectator Races.

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Catch him if you can! Conrad Morgan showed fans he intends to have another great season setting fast time and winning a feature on opening day at Slinger Super Speedway!

Defending track champion Conrad Morgan (Waukesha) will seek his seventh late model championship as drivers will have to pry the top spot away from the veteran racer. Morgan who is looking for a four-peat, can expect challenges from 99 runner up Lowell Bennett (Neenah), Brad Mueller (Random Lake), Cindy Peterson (Butler), David Prunty (Lomira), Jamie Wallace (Pell Lake), Al Schill (Franklin).

A new crop of Rookie contenders are also expected to compete on the high banked oval as drivers in the late model division will again battle for the honor of Rookie of the Year and the huge payday that
accompanies it. Mac Tools will again be supporting the late model trophy dash and the half way challenge which drivers will earn an additional $100.00 in each of these races for their efforts through out the racing season.

In the Midwest Modifieds, Eldorado trailer sales will also contribute money to the division this weekend for the Al's Auto Salvage, Champion Chicken, pro power present The Al Schill Jr. Memorial and through out the season.

Kids, ages 11 & under, will receive a FREE checkered flag as they enter the track, while supplies last.

Spectator Gates and ticket windows will open at 4:45 pm with time trials at 5:15 pm and racing to follow at 7 pm. For more information on any upcoming Slinger Speedway event, call the track office at 262-644-5921 or visit us on our NEW web site at

Results Summary


DATE: April 30, 2000


Miller Genuine Draft LATE MODEL FEATURE #1 FINISH - 75 LAPS

1.Jamie Wallace (Pell Lake) 13. Rich Loch (Muskego)
2.Conrad Morgan (Waukesha) 14. Wayne Freimund (West Allis)
3.Al Schill (Franklin) 15. Dave Teske (Menomonee Falls)
4.David Prunty (Lomira) 16. Jeff Holtz (Franklin)
5.Eric Fransen (Farmington) 17.Dan Mills (Menomonee Falls)
6.Donavan Morgan (Oconomowoc) 18.Tom Hromadka (Brookfield)
7.Brad Mueller (Random Lake) 19. Butch Miller (Moorsville NC)
8. John Zimmerman (Markesan) 20. Randy Schuler (Mequon)
9. Charlie Thon Jr. (Germantown) 21. Florian Wisinski (Greenfield)
10. Scott Hansen (Franklin) 22. John Mueller (Markesan)
11.Cindy Peterson (Butler)
12. Chad Barker (Caledonia

Miller Genuine Draft LATE MODEL FEATURE #2 FINISH -75 LAPS

1.Conrad Morgan (Waukesha) 13.Al Schill (Franklin)
2.Rich Loch (Muskego) 14.Dan Mills (Menomonee Falls)
3.David Prunty (Lomira) 15.Tom Hromadka (Brookfield)
4.Charlie Thon Jr. (Germantown) 16.Dave Teske (Menomonee Falls)
5.Cindy Peterson (Butler) 17.Brad Mueller (Random Lake)
6.Jeff Holtz (Franklin) 18.Florian Wisinski (Greenfield)
7.Scott Hansen (Franklin) 19.John Zimmerman (Markesan)
8.Jamie Wallace (Pell Lake) 20.Donavan Morgan (Oconomowoc)
9.Chad Barker (Caledonia) 21.Wayne Freimund (West Allis)
10.Eric Fransen (Farmington)
11.Butch Miller
12.Randy Schuler (Mequon)

FAST QUALIFIER -Conrad Morgan 11.594 seconds
FAST DASH - 8 LAPS Cindy Peterson (Butler)

Late Model Semi Feature Finish - 35 LAPS

1.Toby Rott (Slinger) 4.Russ Peterson (Hartland)
2.Chris Ratajczyk (Meno.Falls) 5.ToddThelen (Oconomowoc)
3.Larry Los (Darien)

Late Model Consi Feature Finish - 12 LAPS: 1.Joe Gross ( Milwaukee); 2.Mike McCabe (Muskego); 3.George Prentice Jr. (Milwaukee)


1.Dennis Prunty (Allenton) 4.Lenny Gallenberg III (Kewaskum)
2.Chris Peterson (Cedarburg) 5.Paul Truehardt (Monroe)
3.Mike Held (Slinger)



1.Lyle Messenger (Milwaukee) 4.Craig Loiselle (Milwaukee)
2.Scott Asher (Sussex) 5.Bill Shavlik (West Bend)
3.Jim Schmittinger (Milwaukee)

FAST QUALIFIER- Brad Hartman (North Lake)