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July 28
Gondik Law Speedway,
Superior, WI
Sanction: Structural Buildings WISSOTA Challenge Series (Twin Ports Twin 25s) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated July 29, 12:13 pm)
Hanestad bags first WISSOTA Challenge victory
Twin Ports Twin 25s
  1. Rick Hanestad
  2. Jimmy Mars
  3. Darrell Nelson
  4. A.J. Diemel
  5. Steve Laursen
  6. Marshall Fegers
  7. Pat Doar
  8. Jake Redetzke
  9. John Kaanta
  10. Jesse Glenz
  11. Lance Matthees
  12. Jeff Wildung
  13. Aaron Lillo
  14. Harry Hanson
  15. Travis Budisalovich
  16. Terry Lillo
  17. Jeffrey Massingill
  18. Chris Olson
  19. Michael Keller
  20. Don Shaw
  21. Blake Swenson
  22. Shawn Kirwin
  23. David Esse
  24. Jay Kintner
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Rick Hanestad takes the checkers for his first series victory.
What won the race: Third-starting Rick Hanestad of Boyceville, Wis., scored his first career WISSOTA Shaw Trucking Challenge Series victory, outrunning sixth-starting Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, Wis., at Amsoil Speedway in the opening race of the Twin Ports Twin 25s.
Key notes: Twenty-three of the 24 starters finished the 25-lap feature. ... Consolation winner Kyle Peterlin didn't start the main event. ... It was the second race of a weekend tripleheader for the WISSOTA Shaw Trucking Challenge Series. … The night featured a pair of 25-lap main events for Late Models paying $1,500-to-win each. … John Kaanta of Elk Mound, Wis., won the second feature, topping Jesse Glenz and Jimmy Mars; Hanestad finished 10th in the second feature. ... Only the first race counted toward drivers' Shaw Trucking Challenge Series Points and WISSOTA points. … Mars, of Menomonie, Wis., picked up a $500 bonus as the driver with the highest average finish between features.
On the move: A.J. Diemel of Elk Mound, Wis., started ninth and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Hanestad's Black Diamond/Club 29 entry has a Becker Racing Engine and sponsorship from Accurate Construction, ServPro, and FRSTeam.
Points chase: Entering the event, John Kaanta (352 points) of Elk Mound, Wis., led Lance Matthees (332), Steve Laursen (328), Jeff Wildung (328) and Jake Redetzke (325).
Car count: 38
Polesitter: Steve Laursen
Heat race winners: Jake Redetzke, Rick Hanestad, John Kaanta, Jimmy Mars
Consolation race winners: Kyle Peterlin, Michael  Keller
Next series race: July 29, Rice Lake Speedway (Rice Lake, WI) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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