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July 10
Gondik Law Speedway,
Superior, WI
Sanction: Structural Buildings WISSOTA Challenge Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated July 11, 9:29 am)
Nelson grabs first WCS victory at Superior
  1. Darrell Nelson
  2. John Kaanta
  3. Brandon Jensen
  4. Jake Redetzke
  5. Adam Hensel
  6. Marshall Fegers
  7. Jeffrey Massingill
  8. Kyle Peterlin
  9. Travis Budisalovich
  10. Nick Beyenhof
  11. Harry Hanson
  12. Tim McMann
  13. Jeff Provinzino
  14. Ricky Weiss
  15. Kelly Estey
  16. Zach Wohlers
  17. Dave Esse
  18. Trevor Wilson
  19. Gregg Hill
  20. Terry Lillo
  21. Chad Mahder
  22. Todd Gehl
  23. Jeff Wildung
  24. Brent Larson
  25. Aaron Lillo
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Darrell Nelson heads for a $2,000 WISSOTA Challenge victory in Superior.
What won the race: Outside front-row starter Darrell Nelson of Hermantown, Minn., collected his first career OneMain WISSOTA Challenge Series victory over fifth-starting John Kaanta of Elk Mound, Wis. He earned $2,000 in a caution-plagued event.
Key notes: Superior hosted the series for the 10th time. ... Friday's first retiree, Aaron Lillo, leads Amsoil's weekly Late Model points. ... The Superior, Wis., track has another major event coming up Aug. 2 for the Twin Ports Twin 25s paying $1,500-to-win apiece.
On the move: Brandon Jensen of Hammond, Wis., started eighth and finished third; Nick Beyenhof started 20th and finished 10th.
Winner's sponsors: Nelson's MB Customs Race Car is sponsored by Bud Light, Amsoil, Willow River Saloon, Jig Signs, Mars Race Cars, Badger Storage & Excavating and U.S. Steel.
Points chase: Through July 10, Kaanta has 311 points to lead Jake Redetzke (305), Ricky Weiss (293) and Jeff Wildung (292).
Car count: 29
Polesitter: Jake Redetzke
Heat race winners: Jake Redetzke, Jeff Provinzino, Kyle Peterlin
Consolation race winners: Jeff Wildung
Next series race: July 11, Ogilvie Raceway (Ogilvie, MN) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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