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August 31
Halvor Lines Speedway,
Proctor, MN
Sanction: WISSOTA special events (non-touring) (Silver 1000) - $2,750
Information provided by: Jerry O'Brien (last updated September 5, 9:19 am)
Mars counts out second victory in Silver 1000
Silver 1000
  1. Jimmy Mars
  2. Jesse Glenz
  3. Pat Doar
  4. Marshall Fegers
  5. Jake Redetzke
  6. John Kaanta
  7. Jeffrey Massingill
  8. James Giossi
  9. Travis Budisalovich
  10. Mark Rose
  11. Harry Hanson
  12. Cole Spacek
  13. Zach Wohlers
  14. Ryan Mikkelson
  15. John Toppozini
  16. Robbie Cooper
  17. Terry Lillo
  18. Kyle Peterlin
  19. Darrell Nelson
  20. Steve Laursen
  21. Jay Kintner
  22. Tim McMann
  23. Kevin Carlson
  24. Tom Waseleski Jr.
  25. Jeff Provinzino
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Jimmy Mars (28) works under Pat Doar (11) en route to his Silver 1000 victory.
What won the race: Repeating one of his first career special-event victories, 45-year-old Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, Wis., captured Thursday's Silver 1000 at Proctor Speedway. Mars, who also won the race in 1992, grabbed a victory in the race that traditionally kicks off WISSOTA's special event season.
Key notes: Mars, who started third, led the final 22 laps after taking the point from Doar. ... Last year's winner Darrell Nelson was knocked out by a flat tire while running third. ... A red flag appeared for a medical emergency in the stands; a gentleman suffered a cut on the head. ... Sixteen of 25 starters were running at the finish. ... The race name comes from the original payout of 1,000 silver dollars. ... The 45th annual Silver 1000, which kicks off WISSOTA's special event season, is behind only the World 100 for Dirt Late Model events run continuously at the same track. ... Lap money is also available in the main event. ... The track is honoring the event's first 10 winners during opening ceremonies with most of them expected to return, including inaugural winner Dave Bjorge of Austin, Minn. ... Proctor recently announced leadership changes with vice president Mike Donahue moving up to the president role to replace Dennis McCauley.
On the move: Jesse Glenz of Fall Creek, Wis., started 22nd and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Mars drove an MB Customs Race Car sponsored by Tim's Automotive Machine, T.L. Sinz Plumbing and GTI Trucking.
Points chase: Retiring racer Harry Hanson of Eveleth, Minn., captured Proctor's track championship with 262 points over Terry Lillo (252) and Tim McMann (242).
Car count: 33
Polesitter: James Giossi
Heat race winners: James Giossi, Marshall Fegers, Jeff Provinzino, Pat Doar
Consolation race winners: Steve Laursen
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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