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Daily Dirt 02/19/2020 08:31:32

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August 18
I-94 Speedway,
Fergus Falls, MN
Sanction: Wollak Construction WISSOTA Challenge Series (King of the Dirt) - $3,000
Information provided by: Rob Fogle, Chris Stepan and series reports (last updated August 19, 12:03 am)
Redetzke captures I-94's King of the Dirt
King of the Dirt
  1. Jake Redetzke
  2. John Kaanta
  3. Steve Laursen
  4. Jeff Wildung
  5. Don Shaw
  6. Donny Schatz
  7. Zach Johnson
  8. Blake Jegtvig
  9. Chad Mahder
  10. Jeffrey Massingill
  11. Pat Doar
  12. Nate Beyenhof
  13. Cole Schill
  14. Lance Matthees
  15. Brady Johanneck
  16. Marshall Fegers
  17. Josh Skorczewski
  18. Erik Robertson
  19. Clarence Washburn
  20. Shawn Kirwin
  21. Shawn Meyer
  22. Jeff Provinzino
  23. Kevin Robertson
  24. Jon Samuelson
  25. Greg Meyer
  26. Casey Meyer
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What won the race: Fourth-starting Jake Redetzke of Eau Claire, Wis., took the lead from Casey Meyer on a lap-nine restart and raced to victory at I-94 Speedway's King of the Dirt for his first OneMain Financial WISSOTA Challenge Series victory of 2016. Redetzke earned $3,000 in the tour's first visit to Fergus Falls as fellow Wisconsin drivers John Kaanta and Steve Laursen joined Redetzke in sweeping the top three spots.
Key notes: Redetzke's 13th series victory was his first since June 7, 2015, at Casino Speedway in Watertown, S.D. ... Casey Meyer led the field back to green on the ninth lap but made contact with the turn-two wall, contributing to Redetzke's taking of the lead. ... Jeff Provinzino pitted under yellow early and was later collected in a wreck that also involved Kevin Robertson, who made hard contact with the backstretch wall. ... Sprint car superstar Donny Schatz made the first of three planned Late Model starts during the weekend. ... Fourteen drivers finished on the lead lap. ... The WISSOTA Challenge Series debut at I-94 Speedway opened a doubleheader that continues Friday at Fiesta City Speedway in Montevideo, Minn.
On the move: Steve Laursen of Cumberland, Wis., started 12th and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Redetzke's MB Customs Race Car is sponsored by J&D Manufacturing, Champ Pans and CMD Shocks.
Points chase: Leaving I-94, Jake Redetzke unoffiically leads Chad Mahder by 30 points.
Car count: 27
Polesitter: Chad Mahder
Heat race winners: Casey Meyer, Jeff Provinzino, Jake Redetzke
Next series race: August 19, Fiesta City Speedway (Montevideo, MN) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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