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September 1
Proctor Speedway,
Proctor, MN
Sanction: WISSOTA special events (non-touring) (Silver 1000) - $2,500
Information provided by: Troy Powers and Chris Stepan (last updated September 2, 8:35 am)
Driving No. 44, Nelson sweeps 44th Silver 1000
Silver 1000
  1. Darrell Nelson
  2. Pat Doar
  3. Jesse Glenz
  4. John Kaanta
  5. Jeffrey Massingill
  6. Steve Laursen
  7. Harry Hanson
  8. Jake Redetzke
  9. Jay Kintner
  10. Kyle Peterlin
  11. Travis Budisalovich
  12. Aaron Lillo
  13. A.J. Diemel
  14. Zach Wohlers
  15. Jeff Provinzino
  16. Chad Mahder
  17. Terry Lillo
  18. Tim McMann
  19. Don Frider
  20. Dave Esse
  21. Todd Gehl
  22. Scott Herrick
  23. Gregg Hill
  24. George Ledin Jr.
  25. Tim Lillo
  26. Robbie Cooper
  27. Kevin Carlson
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Darrell Nelson takes the checkers at Proctor Speedway.
What won the race: Regaining the lead from Pat Doar with three laps remaining, track champion Darrell Nelson of Hermantown, Minn., drove his No. 44 to victory in the 44th annual Silver 1000 in front of a big crowd on a slick Proctor Speedway oval. Nelson earned $2,500 in purse money and swept the night with a modified feature victory, duplicating his 2006 sweep.
Key notes: Nelson has three career Silver 1000 Late Model victories. ... In late July, Nelson won the OneMain Financial WISSOTA Challenge Series event at Proctor. ... Polesitter John Kaanta led the first lap and Nelson led laps 2-18. ... Pat Doar took over on a restart at halfway, but Nelson went back ahead amid traffic on lap 38 of the 40-lap feature. ... Cautions appeared for Kevin Carlson (lap-four breakdown) and Tim Lillo (over turn-four banking on lap 18). ... Twenty cars finished on lead lap. ... A.J. Diemel drove the No. 18 of Chris Olson, whose father's Beltline Body Shop sponsors Diemel's regular No. 58. ... Proctor's traditional Labor Day weekend event originally paid $1,000 in silver dollars. ... The presenting sponsor was Country Trucking & Excavating. ... Nelson won the modified portion of the Silver 1000 for the seventh time in his career.
On the move: Late Model rookie Jesse Glenz of Fall Creek, Wis., started seventh and finished third; Jake Redetzke of Eau Claire, Wis., started 14th and finished eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Nelson's MB Customs Chassis is sponsored by Amsoil, Tarnowski Bros. Construction, Badger Storage & Excavating and Willow River Saloon.
Points chase: Nelson topped Tim McMann for Proctor's WISSOTA Late Model points title.
Car count: 27
Polesitter: John Kaanta
Dash winner: John Kaanta
Heat race winners: Chad Mahder, John Kaanta, Jeffrey Massingill
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Kaanta, Nelson
Row 2: Mahder, Doar
Row 3: Kintner, Massingill
Row 4: Glenz, Hanson
Row 5: A. Lillo, Laursen
Row 6: Peterlin, Budisalovich
Row 7: Te. Lillo, Redetzke
Row 8: Provinzino, McMann
Row 9: Wohlers, Diemel
Row 10: Gehl, Hill
Row 11: Frider, Ledin
Row 12: Carlson, Cooper
Row 13: Esse, Herrick
Row 14: Ti. Lillo
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