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Daily Dirt 07/21/2024 06:18:25

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June 12
Cedar Lake Speedway,
New Richmond, WI
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Masters) - $5,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated June 13, 12:10 pm)
Glenz collects $5,000 victory at Masters
  1. Jesse Glenz
  2. Jimmy Mars
  3. Cole Schill
  4. Jake Redetzke
  5. Jordan Tollakson
  6. Cade Dillard
  7. Travis Budisalovich
  8. Darrell Nelson
  9. Pat Doar
  10. Dave Mass
  11. John Kaanta
  12. Justin Ritchie
  13. Nick Anvelink
  14. Greg Nippoldt
  15. Nate Beyenhof
  16. James Giossi
  17. Chad Mahder
  18. Jake Timm
  19. Gunner Frank
  20. Matt Shannon
  21. Shawn Kirwin
  22. Jeffrey Massingill
  23. Steve Laursen
  24. A.J. Diemel
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Tyler Rinken
Jesse Glenz of Fall Creek, Wis., takes the checkers.
What won the race: Overtaking Thursday's winner Jimmy Mars, fifth-starting Jesse Glenz took command on the 11th lap Friday at Cedar Lake Speedway to capture the victory in the second round of the Masters. Winning by a 0.773 second margin over Jimmy Mars, Glenz earned $5,000.
Quotable: “It was a little cat-and-mouse for a while with me and James (Giossi) and me and Jimmy (Mars), too. I’m sure it was great for the fans,” Glenz said. “The last 20 laps once it felt like it there was a little rubber down there, I was watching it, and he must’ve been right there the whole time … that was a true zero to hero overnight for me."
Key notes: Glenz, the reigning track champion, had a late-season hot streak in 2019 with three consecutive special-event victories, including a $3,000 payday at Cedar Lake. ... He has two victories in his first five races of 2020. ... He matched his richest career payday of $5,000 from ABC Raceway's Red Clay Classic last September. ... Cedar Lake polesitter Cole Schill settled for third. ... James Giossi led the first three laps before slipping back and retiring after 29 laps. … Chad Mahder ran among the top five in the first half of the race before slipping back; he was scored 17th but listed as disqualified in the finish for unsportsmanlike conduct after he retaliated against Dave Mass during a caution period.
On the move: Darrell Nelson of Hermantown, Minn., started 19th and finished eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Glenz’s MB Customs Race Car is sponsored by Brunzlick Trucking, Mike’s Star Market, Dixon’s Apple Orchard & Wedding Venue, White City Glass, Quality Truck & Auto, T.L. Sinz Plumbing, Otto Enterprises, Tim's Automotive, Art's Snowmobile & ATV, Coldwell Banker and Brenizer Realtors.
Current weather: Clear, 64°F
Car count: 43
Polesitter: Cole Schill
Heat race winners: Jimmy Mars, Cole Schill, James Giossi, Jesse Glenz
Consolation race winners: Jake Timm, Nate Beyenhof
Next series race: June 13, Cedar Lake Speedway (New Richmond, Wis.) $10,000
Editor's note: Corrects winning purse in headline.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Schill, Giossi
Row 2: Mars, Mahder
Row 3: Glenz, Mass
Row 4: Redetzke, Tollakson
Row 5: Kaanta, Dillard
Row 6: Shannon, Budisalovich
Row 7: Diemel, Doar
Row 8: Ritchie, Laursen
Row 9: Timm, Beyenhof
Row 10: Nelson, Massingill
Row 11: Anvelink, Kirwin
Row 12: Nippoldt, Frank
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