Conrad Morgan and Al Schill split Coca-Cola features!
By Weyer / Margetta

August 20, 2000; Slinger, WI - Conrad Morgan and Al Schill split each of the Coca-Cola twin 50 lap late model features Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway and Lowell Bennett was crowned the overall winner of the Coca-Cola Triple Crown Classic.

82000d.jpg (18944 bytes) Six time and defending Slinger Super Speedway Late Model kingpin Conrad Morgan (#92) came home with a victory in the first of the twin 50 lap feature during the final round of the Coca-Cola Triple Crown Classic.  The victory allowed Morgan to close the point gap on Lowell Bennett as he seeks his seventh track title.

John Zimmerman raced out to the early advantage in the opening 50 lap late model feature with Todd Thelen following while Conrad Morgan, Al Schill and Donavan Morgan battled for third. Zimmerman and Thelen stretched out their lead slightly as Conrad broke free from the pack and began to track down the leaders. Thelen fell to Morgan’s charge on lap 14 as the six-time Slinger champion had his car working well in the outer groove.

The first and only caution of the event flew on lap 16 when Jeff Holtz broke loose momentarily with a little help and the chain reaction slowdown behind him collected the cars of Chris Ratajczyk and Scott Schoeni. Zimmerman maintained his lead on the restart with Morgan right on his rear bumper while Thelen, Schill, and Donavan Morgan raced for position behind the leaders. Zimmerman held off Morgan to lead at the halfway mark and claim the $200.00 Mac Tools bonus but soon found himself in a side-by-side battle for the lead by lap 29. Morgan once again used the outside to take the lead on lap 31, forcing Zimmerman to run in the inside groove.

Once by, Morgan was able to maintain the lead as Zimmerman could close entering the turns but the back of his car would kick loose exiting the corners, allowing Morgan to pull away slightly. Zimmerman had one last shot at the win on the final lap when Morgan approached lapped traffic in turn four however his effort came up short as Morgan took the win by 3/4th of a car length and won the first 50 lap event. Schill finished third just ahead of Donavan Morgan and Rich Loch.

Al Schill (#14) celebrated his first feature checkered of the 2000 season at Slinger Super Speedway with a solid run in the second 50 lap feature event. Schill who has five track titles to his credit had finished third in the first 50 lap feature event giving making him the only driver with two top three finishes on the evening. 82000e.jpg (19808 bytes)

Randy Schuler led the opening laps of the second 50 lap feature event from his front row starting spot as a tightly bunched pack of cars maneuvered for position behind. David Prunty emerged from the snarl of cars up front to take the lead on lap eight with Brad Mueller and Schill falling in line behind in second and third. Prunty kept the lead at the halfway point as Schill charged by Mueller and into second. Schill immediately closed the gap between himself and Prunty and took the top spot while working through lapped traffic on lap 27.

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On to victory! Al Schill (#14) slips past David Prunty (#1) on his way to winning the second 50 lap Late Model feature event.

Lowell Bennett moved up from deep in the field to enter the top five on lap 41 as Schill continued to lead over Prunty, Mueller, and Donavan Morgan. Bennett proved to be the fastest car on the track as the laps wound down and he worked the inside groove to advance positions over the final five laps. Schill held off Prunty for the win with Bennett nipping Mueller for third and Conrad Morgan edging his son Donavan for fifth.

Lowell Bennett leading the points in the second round of the Coca Cola Series managed a third place finish in round three enabling him to win the overall title over Brad Mueller and David Prunty. Al Schill finished fourth while Rich Loch took the fifth place finish with Conrad Morgan to follow in the Coca Cola Classic points.

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Larry Reihbrandt (#96) scored his first Midwest Modified feature victory of the season!

Larry Reihbrandt scored his first Midwest Modified feature win of the season in a wild 30 lap event. Dave Wolf took the lead at the drop of the green flag and was out front when the first caution appeared on lap 23 for Tom King’s spin in turn two. Wolf maintained a lead over Lenny Gallenberg III and Reihbrandt on the restart as Kevin Kenealy lost a tire in turn four to produce the caution flag again. Gallenberg moved inside of Wolf on the restart which forced Wolf high and allowed Reihbrandt, Chris Petersen, and Brian Holtz to also get by.

It was determined that Gallenberg jumped the restart and he was given the black flag handing the lead to Reihbrandt. Reihbrandt took the win over Holtz who edged him for the top spot and Petersen ended up in third. Ron Weyer ran a strong race to finish fourth ahead of point leader Dennis Prunty who was driving his brother Dale’s car after experiencing engine problems following qualifying . In other Modified action the Eldorado Trailer Sales Modified trophy dash was won by last weeks feature winner Al Keppert.

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Stinger Action!! In the left photo, Bill Shavlik (#1) , the current Slinger Stinger point leader got his night off to a good start by setting quick timeIn the right photo Roger Schmid (#25) earned the feature victory after a wild last lap!

David Beck lead the Slinger Stinger feature from the start until the top six cars made a three wide run at him but held on to purse the $20.00 A.P.C. bonus for leading the way lap of the feature. Roger Schmid took the lead with just 2 laps to go in his machine over Beck to score his third feature win of the season and earn the $75.00 bonus monies. Mike Graczkowski finished third, Scott Ascher took fourth spot and Aaron Bitzen to follow. The Stinger heats were won by Brad Hartman and Mike Graczkowski.

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Relatively fast!  Brothers David (left) and Dennis Prunty (right) set quick time honors in the Late Model and Midwest Modified divisions respectively. Making the situation even more interesting is the fact that Dennis was driving Dale Prunty's car for the evening after the engine in his own car expired after setting quick time!

The Figure Eight feature was dominated by Willie Van Camp as he won his second feature of the season. Mark and Ken Fogel took the Team Cruiser feature for their fifth win of the season. The Suburban Motors Guest car race was won by Dan Locksmith, and Jim Bentzler won the Spectator Elimination race.

For Complete results from the RACESTAT computer  CLICK HERE

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Johnsonville Food 65 and Fan Appreciation Night next up at Slinger Super Speedway!
By Lanae Weyer

Special; Slinger, WI -This Sunday August 27th, Slinger Super Speedway presents the Johnsonville Foods 65 and Fan Appreciation Night.

The evening will be highlighted by a 65 lap late model feature, along with the Midwest Modifieds, Slinger Stinger Street Stocks, Figure 8's, Speedway Guest cars, Team Cruisers, and  Spectator races on the Worlds fastest 1/4 mile oval.

The first 300 kids ages 15 and under will receive a free Slinger Super Speedway Cap as they enter and there will be drawings for prizes throughout the evening in appreciation of the loyal fans supporting the 2000 racing season. In addition there will be FREE beer and soda, compliments of Slinger Super Speedway after the races.

The Eldorado Trailer Sales Clean Sweep award for the Midwest Modified division now stands at $1700. The award, is increased $100 each week when it is not claimed, the first Midwest Modified driver that sets fast time, wins the dash, and the Midwest Modified feature will take home this award.

Spectator gates for the Johnsonville Foods Fan Appreciation Night open at 4:45 p.m. with time trials at 5:15 p.m. and racing set to begin at 7 p.m. Fans attending the races are also encouraged to  hold onto their ticket stubs after entering the track, to be eligible for the special give-a-ways
through out the season including a trip to Las Vegas that will be given away on September 3rd.

The T.V. and a 2000 GMC Sonoma will be given away on September 17th.

Entries are being accepted for the Spectator 200 Enduro and Mini-Amtrak Race, and Demo Derby set for September 24th with Racing action to start at 2 p.m. The starting line-up for the enduro is determined by the order in which entry forms are received at the speedway.

The Slinger Super Speedway is also changing the starting time for races beginning September 10th and continuing through the end of the season on September 24th. Spectator gates will open at Noon and Time Trials to start at 1p.m. and Racing at 2 p.m on the 10th, 17th, and 24th of September.


For more information on the Speedway Guest Cars, the Spectator 200 Enduro, Mini-Amtrak Race, Demo Derby, or to reserve a seat on the Potawatomi Casino Bus, call the Slinger Speedway track office during normal business hours at (262) 644-5921. Fans can also keep up to date with the latest happenings at the Slinger Speedway with the new website at www.slingersuperspeedway.com

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FREE Bus Ride to Potawotomi Casio
from Slinger Speedway!

By Lanae Weyer

 The Slinger Super Speedway and Potawatomi Casino are proud to present a special Bus Trip on August 29th and 30th from the track to the casino. The bus will leave at 11 a.m. each day and return to the track at 5 p.m. All participants will receive a free bus ride  and a $5 matchplay coupon at the
casino. To reserve your spot on the bus call the track office. Spaces are limited so reserve your spot today.

The excitement then continues at Potawatomi Casino and the Slinger Super Speedway as Potawatomi Casino presents the 2000 Labor Day Special on September 3rd at the Slinger Super Speedway.

See a 100 lap late model feature and a full racing program in all 7 divisions. Time trials will be at 5:15pm and racing starting at 7pm on September 3rd...plus a huge fireworks display!

Potawatomi Casino is celebrating there Labor Day Special early with a Free Bus ride, so mark your calendars for the Free Potawatomi Bus Ride Special on Tuesday August 29th and Wednesday the 30th.

Park at Slinger Super Speedway and avoid the construction on the highways and leave the driving to us. The FREE Bus trip will leave at 11AM each day and all participants will receive a special wrist band which will get them a $5 match play when you arrive at Potawatomi.

At 4:30pm we will get back on the bus and be on our way back to Slinger Super Speedway. All participants planning to attend must call the track office at (262) 644-5921 to reserve your spot on the bus before August 27th.

Catch all the excitement with the POTAWATAMI CASINO BUS AUG 29TH AND 30TH.

Slinger Super Speedway is located off Hwy. 41 at Highway 144 and County AA. For more information call the track office at (262) 644-5921