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Daily Dirt 10/06/2022 05:36:51

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July 28
Rice Lake Speedway,
Rice Lake, WI
Sanction: Structural Buildings WISSOTA Challenge Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Ed Reichert and series reports (last updated July 29, 12:16 pm)
Rice Lake gives Mars WCS weekend sweep
  1. Jimmy Mars
  2. Lance Matthees
  3. Pat Doar
  4. A.J. Diemel
  5. James Giossi
  6. Jake Redetzke
  7. Darrell Nelson
  8. Rick Hanestad
  9. Jeffrey Massingill
  10. Mike Nutzmann
  11. Dave Fieber
  12. Greg Nippoldt
  13. Buddy Hanestad
  14. Marshall Fegers
  15. Steve Laursen
  16. Nate Beyenhof
  17. Jim Carlson
  18. Scott Meeds
  19. Jordan Tollakson
  20. Sam Motzer
  21. Denny Cutsforth
  22. Blake Swenson
  23. Jesse Glenz
  24. Mike Prochnow
  25. Mark Hessler
  26. Randy Gullixson
presented by
Vance Birno
Jimmy Mars won Saturday at Rice Lake, his second WCS win of the weekend.
What won the race: Fourth-starting Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, Wis., picked up his second Wollak Construction WISSOTA Challenge Series victory of the weekend and third of the season Saturday as he topped Lance Matthees of Winona, Minn., at Rice Lake Speedway. Mars, who won Friday at Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, Wis., earned $2,000 after taking the lead from Matthees on the sixth of 40 laps.
Key notes: Mars won at Rice Lake for the first time since 2010. ... After 12 races, Mars and John Kaanta have three series wins each, while Ricky Weiss, Don Shaw and Kent Arment have two apiece. … Along with his win Friday at Gondik Law Speedway in Superior, Wis., Mars also win the tour’s season-opener at Ogilvie (Minn.) Raceway. … Mars has six career WCS victories. … A.J Diemel of Elk Mound, Wis., who had won the last two series races at Rice Lake, was subbing for the injured John Kaanta. … The cars of Mark Hessler and Mike Prochnow were hooked together mid-race; it required three wreckers to pry them apart.
On the move: Buddy Hanestad of Boyceville, Wis., started 23rd and finishd 13th.
Winner's sponsors: Mars drives a Paul Gilberts-owned MB Customs machine sponsored by Tim's Automotive Machine, CT Trucking, Deppe Enterprises, S&S Transport, T.L. Sinz Plumbing, Baileigh Industrial, Moore Wireline, CMD and Keyes Chevytown.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Pat Doar (885) of New Richmond, Wis., led John Kaanta (876), Marshall Fegers (848), Steve Laursen (758) and Rick Hanestad (704).
Car count: 27
Polesitter: Jake Redetzke
Heat race winners: Jimmy Mars, Jake Redetzke, Rick Hanestad
Next series race: August 17, Red Cedar Speedway (Menomonie, WI) $5,555
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Redetzke, Nelson
Row 2: Mars, Hessler
Row 3: R. Hanestad, Matthees
Row 4: Doar, Giossi
Row 5: Glenz, Diemel
Row 6: Prochnow, Nutzmann
Row 7: Fieber, Massingill
Row 8: Laursen, Fegers
Row 9: Carlson, Nippoldt
Row 10: Swenson, Beyenhof
Row 11: Tollakson, Motzer
Row 12: B. Hanestad, Meeds
Row 13: Cutsforth, Gullixson

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