GREEN BAY, Wis. (September 20, 2022) – Sunday’s TUNDRA Super Late Model Series season finale at Dells Raceway Park will feature a furious point battle within a battle to win the heralded Carl Wegner 100.

Both the title race and the $2,500-to-win 100 lapper will feature plenty of contenders. 

Justin Mondeik, Dalton Zehr (teammate to John Beale), and Riley Stenjem are in the thick of the Championship tussle. Colin Reffner, who sits fourth in points, still has an outside shot if the chips fall his way.

Of the four, Zehr has the best record at Dells Raceway Park, collecting five TUNDRA wins at the venue since 2011.  Stenjem finished Third in last year’s race, slicing his way through the field late to capture the Championship in heart-stopping battle with Casey Johnson.  However, Mondeik has the leg up in the title race, holding a six-point advantage entering the event. Mondeik has shown improvement each time he has competed in TUNDRA action at the third-mile.

Those contenders, along with Colin Reffner, will have plenty of company in the race for the win. Former TUNDRA winners at Dells who will be looking for another trip to Victory Lane will be Casey Johnson, Jordan Thiel, and last year’s winner Jordan DeVoy.

It may be difficult to overcome some of the drivers who have plenty of experience and success at DRP including Mike Lichtfeld, Ryan Farrell, and Brady Bill.

Some other outsiders might be ready to spoil the party, as well. Former TUNDRA winners Jacob Nottestad and Steve Apel will be looking for their second series wins. Golden Sands Fast Qualifier Travis Volm will also be looking to make some noise.

TUNDRA will be joined on Sunday by the UMA 602 Late Models and the INEX Legends. Qualifying begins at 12:30 with racing at 2pm.

Dells Raceway Park is located at N1070 Smith Rd outside of Wisconsin Dells, Wis. For more information visit http://www.dellsracewaypark.com

Championship Round
Dells Raceway Park
Sunday, September 25, 2022

Expected Entries (32) as of 9/23/22
# – Driver, Hometown
1 – Jesse Oudenhoven, Kaukana, Wis.
2 – Jordan Thiel, Darboy, Wis.
2 – Darren Jackson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
5 – Casey Johnson, Edgerton, Wis.
8 – Chad Butz, Green Bay, Wis.
9 – Braison Bennett, Neenah, Wis.
10 – Andy Monday, Appleton, Wis.
11 – Alex Prunty, Lomira, Wis.
16 – Luke Westenberg, Jefferson, Wis.
17 – Max Kahler, Caledonia, Ill.
18 – Michael Ostdeik, Lakeville, Minn.
28 – Braden Berge, Elkhorn, Wis.
31 – Corey Jankowski, Tomah, Wis.
32 – Steve Lichtfeld, Portage, Wis.
38 – Jordan DeVoy, Lake Geneva, Wis.
40 – Curt Tillman, Rockford, IL
44 – Justin Mondeik, Gleason, Wis.
44 – Mike Lichtfeld, Pardeeville, Wis.
51 – Steve Apel, Slinger, Wis.
52 – Brock Heinrich, Wausau, Wis.
56 – Kole Guralski, Wausau, Wis. [R]
70 – Brady Bill, Reedsburg, Wis.
71 – Mark Eswein, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
77 – Riley Stenjem, Utica, Wis.
79 – Barrett Polhemus, Tomball, Tex. [R]
80 – Ryan Farrell, East Troy, Wis.
87 – Colin Reffner, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
91 – Cole Thomas, Franklin, Wis.
97 – Jacob Nottestad, Cambridge, Wis.
100 – Tristan Swanson, New Market, Minn.
119 – Dalton Zehr, Verona, Wis.
711 – Travis Volm, Mosinee, Wis.