2022 Round Three Results – Norway Speedway

TUNDRA Super Late Model Series Round Three
July 16, 2022

75-Lap Feature

PosCar #DriverHometown
1119Dalton ZehrVerona, WI
277Riley StenjemUtica, WI
344Justin MondeikGleason, WI
487Colin ReffnerWisconsin Rapids, WI
597James SwanLake Geneva, WI
656Kole GuralskiWausau, Wis.
72Jordan ThielDarboy, WI
879Barrett PolhemusTomball, TX
922Will TimmersKaukauna, WI
108Chad ButzGreen Bay, WI
1101Bryan MondayAppleton, WI
12119Braison BennettNeenah, WI
1377Tanner KellyNorway, MI
1415Adam FaullVulcan, MI
1512Mark MackesyWausau, WI
1613Tyler RadavichFond du Lac, WI
1752Brock HeinrichWausau, WI
1879Dan LindsleyVulcan, MI
1936Lou GossGreen Bay, WI
202Greg BorchardtPrior Lake, MN
2122MG GajewskiWausau, WI
2291Mickey SchallieDarboy, WI
2366James StoreyBurlington, WI

10-Lap Heat One

PosCar #DriverHometown
187Colin ReffnerWisconsin Rapids, WI
256Kole GuralskiWausau, Wis.
32Jordan ThielDarboy, WI
479Dan LindsleyVulcan, MI
536Lou GossGreen Bay, WI
613Tyler RadavichFond du Lac, WI
791Mickey SchallieDarboy, WI
82Greg BorchardtPrior Lake, MN
966James StoreyBurlington, WI

10-Lap Heat Two

PosCar #DriverHometown
197James SwanLake Geneva, WI
28Chad ButzGreen Bay, WI
301Bryan MondayAppleton, WI
422Will TimmersKaukauna, WI
577Tanner KellyNorway, MI
622MG GajewskiWausau, WI
779Barrett PolhemusTomball, TX
812Mark MackesyWausau, WI
915Adam FaullVulcan, MI

Fast Five Dash

PosCar #DriverHometown, WI
152Brock HeinrichWausau, WI
244Justin MondeikGleason, WI
3119Dalton ZehrVerona, WI
477Riley StenjemUtica, WI
5119Braison BennettNeenah, WI

Fast Qualifier: Dalton Zehr – 14.349 seconds

NORWAY VICTORY WILL BE WELL EARNED IN TOUGH TUNDRA FIELD

GREEN BAY, Wis. (July 13, 2022) – It will be no easy task to grab the first TUNDRA Super Late Model Series checkered flag at Norway Speedway since the series last visited in 2014.  A field full of regional and local talent will be on display this Saturday, July 16.

Over 30 entries are expected to do battle for the $2,500 top prize at the third-mile located on the Dickinson County Fairgrounds. Interestingly enough, all three drivers who finished on the podium in 2014 will also be in the field.  Dalton Zehr, Dan Lindsley, and Mark Mackesy will be hoping to repeat their success of the last visit.

Since that time Zehr has won three TUNDRA championships and become a nationally-recognized Super Late Model racer. Lindsley captured the Norway Speedway track Championship, and Mark Mackesy picked up numerous feature wins.

There won’t be a shortage of drivers who have come onto the scene both regionally and at Norway who will look to be keeping them from more success. Justin Mondeik has proven to be a force in the area, and most recently at Norway Speedway where he has been stacking up feature wins.  Chad Butz, fresh off his win in the White Race at WIR will look to recapture some glory at Norway Speedway after winning the Championship there a year ago. Defending TUNDRA titlist Riley Stenjem will also have plenty of eyes on him as he’s proven to not only be a quick learner, but a team that can get good at any race track in a hurry.

Some of the other outsiders to watch will be Andy Monday, who has seen success in limited visits to Norway, former TUNDRA Rookie of the Year Brock Heinrich, former TUNDRA feature winner Colin Reffner, former Big 8 Series Champion Max Kahler, top EPYK Media Rookie contender Barrett Polhemus, and the man who will race anything at any time (and has the Championships to back it up) James Swan.

Among some of the locals to watch aside from Lindsley will be Jason Wells, who set fast time for the Stateline Challenge two weks ago, Tanner Kelly, whose family has seen a ton of success at the track, and Robbie Iverson who has already had his share of visits to Norway Victory Lane in his young career.

TUNDRA will be joined by the Norway Super Stocks, Sportsman, and 4 Bangers. Fan gates open at 5pm, Ken’s Sports Qualifying is at 5:30, and racing begins at 7 pm.


Norway Speedway is located just past the Wisconsin/Michigan border on US Highway 8. For more information visit http://www.norwayspeedway.com

Round Three
Norway Speedway
Saturday, July 16
Expected Entries (32) as of 7/13/22

Car# – Driver, Hometown

1 – Jesse Oudenhoven, Kaukana, Wis.
2 – Greg Borchardt, Prior Lake, Minn.
2 – Jordan Thiel, Darboy, Wis.
2 – Darren Jackson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
5 – Jeff Holmgren, Jr., East Troy, Wis.
7 – Joey Pontbriand, Norway, Mich.
8 – Chad Butz, Green Bay, Wis.
10 – Andy Monday, Appleton, Wis.
12 – Mark Mackesy, Wausau, Wis.
13 – Tyler Radavich, Fond du Lac, Wis.
13 – Cory Cootware, Iron Mountain, Mich.
15 – Adam Faull, Vulcan, Mich.
17 – Max Kahler, Caledonia, Ill.
21 – Jim Duchow, Appleton, Wis.
22 – Will Timmers, Kaukauna, Wis.
23 – Bruce White, Kingsford, Mich.
31 – Jason Wells, Kingsford, Mich.
36 – Lou Goss, Green Bay, Wis.
40 – Curt Tillman, Rockford, Ill.
44 – Justin Mondeik, Gleason, Wis.
52 – Brock Heinrich, Wausau, Wis.
56 – Kole Guralski, Wausau, Wis. [R]
66 – James Storey, Burlington, Wis. [R]
77 – Riley Stenjem, Utica, Wis.
77 – Tanner Kelly, Norway, Mich
79 – Barrett Polhemus, Tomball, Tex. [R]
79 – Dan Lindsley, Vulcan, Mich.
87 – Colin Reffner, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
91 – Mickey Schallie, Darboy, Wis.
97 – James Swan, Lake Geneva, Wis.
97 – Robbie Iverson, Escanaba, Mich.
119 – Dalton Zehr, Verona, Wis.

Marshfield Postponed to July 30

MARSHFIELD, Wis. (June 11, 2022) – Due to wet conditions and a poor forecast officials from TUNDRA and Marshfield Motor Speedway have decided to postpone the Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial Presented by Incredible Bank and A&A Lock Service until Saturday, July 30.

The next event for the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series is Saturday, July 16 at Norway Speedway in Norway, Michigan.

TUNDRA TEAMS LOOK TO SCORE VICTORY IN THE BEV

GREEN BAY, Wis. (June 8, 2022) – Another stout field full of challengers is prepared to clash this Saturday at Marshfield Motor Speedway in the Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial Presented by Incredible Bank and A&A Lock Service.

Defending TUNDRA Champion Riley Stenjem dominated last year’s Bev Memorial and will look to have the same solid showing this season.  He was able to outmaneuver both Justin Mondeik and John Beale who joined him on the podium. Both drivers have had strong starts to the season outside of TUNDRA with Mondeik scoring his most recent win at Norway and Beale grabbing two victories at Marshfield.

Standing in their way will be a host of TUNDRA Travelers looking to make their marks on the 2022 season, including former Bev winner Colin Reffner.  Jesse Oudenhoven, Chad Butz, Mark Mackesy, and James Swan have enjoyed Top Ten runs in TUNDRA action at Marshfield in the past.  Last season, Brock Heinrich took fast time in the event, and he’ll look to build on that in this year’s visit.

Several other outsiders could pose a major threat including Parker Retzlaff, who has enjoyed recent success racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, former track Champion Darren Jackson, and central Wiscsonsin standouts Jeremy Lepak and Travis Volm.

TUNDRA will be joined by the Legends, Bandits, and Upper Midwest Vintage Racing Series. Fan gates for the event open at 4:30 on Saturday. Qualifying is scheduled for 5:45 with racing at 7 pm.

Marshfield Motor Speedway is located just 3.5 miles west of the city of Marshfield, Wisconsin. For more information visit http://www.marshfieldspeedway.com

Round Two – Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial Presented by Incredible Bank and A&A Lock Service
Marshfield Motor Speedway
Saturday, June 11, 2022
Expected Entries (28) as of 6/10/21

# – Driver, Hometown
01 – Bryan Monday, Appleton, Wis.
1 – Jesse Oudenhoven, Kaukana, Wis.
2 – Jordan Thiel, Darboy, Wis.
2 – Darren Jackson, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
2 – Jerad DeBoer, Sherry, Wis.
5B – John Beale, Verona, Wis.
5 – Jeff Holmgren, Jr., East Troy, Wis.
8 – Chad Butz, Green Bay, Wis.
12 – Mark Mackesy, Wausau, Wis.
12 – Terry Schoppenhorst, Berlin, Wis.
17 – Max Kahler, Caledonia, Ill.
18 – Michael Ostdiek, Lakeville, Minn.
31 – Corey Jankowski, Tomah, Wis.
32 – Steve Lichtfeld, Portage, Wis.
40 – Curt Tillman, Rockford, Ill.
40 – Jeremy Lepak, Wausau, Wis.
44 – Justin Mondeik, Gleason, Wis.
52 – Brock Heinrich, Wausau, Wis.
56 – Kole Guralski, Wausau, Wis. [R]
66 – James Storey, Burlington, Wis. [R]
71 – Mark Eswein, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
76 – Travis Volm, Mosinee, Wis.
77 – Riley Stenjem, Utica, Wis.
79 – Barrett Polhemus, Tomball, Tex. [R]
87 – Colin Reffner, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
97 – James Swan, Lake Geneva, Wis.
107.5 – Darek Gress, Neillsville, Wis.
711 – Parker Retzlaff, Rhinelander, Wis.

2022 Great Lakes Testing Round One – Wisconsin Int’l Raceway

The Bear 66 Presented by Stumpf Ford

   

PosCar #DriverHometownLaps
15Casey JohnsonEdgerton, WI66
244Justin MondeikGleason, WI66
345Jeff VanOudenhovenKimberly, WI66
42Sawyer EffertzDarboy, WI66
547Braison BennettNeenah, WI66
611Alex PruntyLomira, WI66
777Riley StenjemUtica, WI66
88Chad ButzGreen Bay, WI66
979Barrett PolhemusTomball, TX66
105Jeff Holmgren Jr.East Troy, WI66
1197Jacob NottestadCambridge, WI66
1287Colin ReffnerWisconsin Rapids, WI65
131Jesse OudenhovenKaukauna, WI60
1438Jordan DeVoyLake Geneva, WI39
152Lowell BennettNeenah, WI33
166Andy MondayAppleton, WI27
1717Grant GriesbachPewaukee, WI27
182Jordan ThielDarboy, WI24
19119Dalton ZehrVerona, WI16
2052Brent StrelkaFreedom, WI14
2117Max KahlerCaledonia, IL12
2252Brock HeinrichWausau, WI12
2318Michael OstdiekLakeville, MN12
2411Bobby KendallMontello, WI11
2540Curt TillmanRockford, ILDNS

15-Lap Last Chance

PosCar #DriverHometown, WI
118Michael OstdiekLakeville, MNTransfer
279Barrett PolhemusTomball, TXTransfer
352Brock HeinrichWausau, WITransfer
440Curt TillmanRockford, ILTransfer
591Mickie SchallieDarboy, WI
666James StoreyBurlington, WI
756Kole GuralskiWausau, WI
836Lou GossGreen Bay, WI

12-Lap Qualifying Race One

PosCar #DriverHometown, WI
12Lowell BennettNeenah, WITransfer
22Jordan ThielDarboy, WITransfer
347Braison BennettNeenah, WI
452Brent StrelkaFreedom, WI
556Kole GuralskiWausau, WI
640Curt TillmanRockford, IL
791Mickie SchallieDarboy, WI
836Lou GossGreen Bay, WI

12-Lap Qualifying Race Two

PosCar #DriverHometown, WI
117Max KahlerCaledonia, ILTransfer
287Colin ReffnerWisconsin Rapids, WITransfer
35Jeff Holmgren Jr.East Troy, WI
418Michael OstdiekLakeville, MN
579Barrett PolhemusTomball, TX
652Brock HeinrichWausau, WI
766James StoreyBurlington, WI
812Terry SchoppenhorstBerlin, WI

8-Lap Fast Heat

PosCar #DriverHometown, WI
11Jesse OudenhovenKaukauna, WI
244Justin MondeikGleason, WI
311Bobby KendallMontello, WI
417Grant GriesbachPewaukee, WI
538Jordan DeVoyLake Geneva, WI
677Riley StenjemUtica, WI
7119Dalton ZehrVerona, WI
82Sawyer EffertzDarboy, WI
911Alex PruntyLomira, WI

Fast Five Dash

PosCar #DriverHometown, WI
18Chad ButzGreen Bay, WI
25Casey JohnsonEdgerton, WI
345Jeff VanOudenhovenKimberly, WI
46Andy MondayAppleton, WI
597Jacob NottestadCambridge, WI

Fast Time: Jeff VanOudenhoven – 19.102 seconds

JOHNSON OVERPOWERS FOES TO REPEAT IN WIR OPENER

KAUKAUNA, Wis. (May 14, 2022) – Casey Johnson outmuscled a field full of champions and challengers in Saturday afternoon’s The Bear 66 Presented by Stump Ford as part of Great Lakes Testing Round One at Wisconsin International Raceway. It was his second consecutive season-opening win in TUNDRA Super Late Model Series openers.

Behind Johnson, Justin Mondeik was able to slip past fast qualifier Jeff VanOudenhoven to score the runner-up spot over the former track Champion. Sawyer Effertz and a hard-charging Braison Bennett rounded out the Top Five.

Post-Race Interview with Casey Johnson

It was more than just another impressive day at the track for Johnson as he had to recover from an early slip to 15th.  Due to some frantic racing in front of him, the inside line sank, leaving Johnson to wait patiently for his opportunities. Those opportunities would be presented to him through some early cautions and the right lane choices.

The biggest shake up of the race came after a lap 12 caution involving Max Kahler and Brock Heinrich. Justin Mondeik was able to wrestle the lead away from early-race leader Jordan DeVoy and secure the top spot while the field sorted out behind him.  Just two laps later DeVoy would spin exiting turn four while racing shoulder-to-shoulder with Grant Griesbach.

On the restart both Johnson and Ken’s Sports Fast Qualifier Jeff VanOudenhoven found themselves in the mix.  VanOudenhoven shot around the outside of Mondeik on lap 16 while Johnosn found himself bottled up behind a furious battle between Griesbach and Dalton Zehr. That battle came to a head with both spinning coming out of turn four on the following lap.

VanOudenhoven outpaced Mondeik on the restart while Jesse Oudenhoven took advantage of a bobble to get past Mondeik. Johnson followed in his tire tracks to secure a Third on lap 18. He wasted no time putting pressure on Oudenhoven, who was also closing the gap on Van Oudenhoven.

Johnson nosed past Oudenhoven on lap 21 and tucked in behind VanOudenhoven. He patiently waited for the right opportunity which came on lap 24. Johnson powered to the outside of VanOudenhoven and set sail into the lead.

Despite a few more showings of the yellow, there was no denying Johnson his second straight TUNDRA season-opening win at the half-mile.  He would go on to build his lead while Mondeik slowly chipped away at Second Place and stole it from Van Oudenhoven late.

The win was Johnson’s fifth of his TUNDRA career, moving him one behind second-place Dennis Prunty. It was also his 26th Top Five, placing him three behind Dalton Zehr’s leading 29.

The next event for the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series is the Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial at Marshfield Motor Speedway on Saturday, June 11. TUNDRA will be joined by the Legends, Upper Midwest Vintage Racing Series, and Bandits. Fan gates open at 4:30 with qualifying at 5:45 and racing beginning at 7.

TUNDRA OPENER AT WIR POISED TO BE CLASH OF CHAMPS AND CHALLENGERS

GREEN BAY, Wis. (May 10, 2022) – Nothing feels better than getting a season started off on the right foot. That’s exactly what a field full of former Champions will be looking to do as they contend for the biggest winner’s share in TUNDRA Super Late Model Series history this Saturday in Great Lakes Testing Round One at Wisconsin International Raceway.

The Bear 66 Presented by Les Stumpf Ford will pay $3,066 to the winner. Whoever is to grab that prize most certainly will have earned it by fending off a field full of heavy hitters.

Leading the charge will be three former TUNDRA Champions. Four-time series Champion Casey Johnson scored fast time and a win in the series lid lifter in 2021.  Three-time series titlist Dalton Zehr won the first ever TUNDRA race at the famed half-mile. Kulwicki Driver Development Program Finalist and 2021 Champ Riley Stenjem set fast time in his first ever visit to the facility.  All three drivers are sure to be in contention for the win and potentially a cash bonus from Ken’s Sports for quick time.

Beyond those drivers, fans should pay attention to some very hungry TUNDRA regulars who will be looking to put themselves in good positions for a 2022 Championship run.  Jordan Thiel has secured multiple top tens at what he considers his home facility. Two-time Golden Sands and State Park Speedway Champion Justin Mondeik had a strong run early last year until he experienced mechanical failure. Brock Henrich and Colin Reffner have multiple Top Fives at the facility. Jordan DeVoy enters having won the last two TUNDRA races of 2021 and scoring a win in the Dells Raceway Park IceBreaker this past April. Look for them all to be a factor in the 66-lap main event.

Traveling racers will be contested by some local flavor looking to score a win for the WIR locals for the first time in nine tries.  Among those drivers are former track Champions Jeff Van Oudenhoven, Lowell Bennett, Bobby Kendall, and Andy Monday as well as former Red, White and Blue Champion. Jesse Oudenhoven.  What’s more, both Grant Griesbach and Sawyer Effertz will be looking to snag the prize – both drivers came within an eyelash of winning the last two weekly Fox River Racing Club Championships.

The talent and Championships don’t stop there.  Other former Champions in the field include Norway Speedway Champion Chad Butz, former KDDP and Slinger Champ Alex Prunty, former Rockford Speedway titlist Max Kahler, multiple-time WIR Late Model Champions Braison Bennett and Brent Strelka, and former Slinger Late Model Champion Jacob Nottestad. Fans may remember Nottestad (also a member of the 2022 KDDP class) picked up a win in his first and only TUNDRA start at Jefferson last year.

The field will also have some new faces as well as some returning. Lou Goss, and EPYK Media Rookies Barrett Polhemus and James Storey will make their series debut. Kole Guralski will also be in the mix of the TUNDRA Rookie battle, having made his actual series debut two seasons ago at Jefferson. Returning to the fray will be Terry Schoppenhorst, who scored the first ever checkered flag in the dash of the first Alive for Five race in 2011, Minnesota pilot Michael Ostdiek, and veteran racer Darek Gress.

TUNDRA will be joined by the WIR ¼-Mile Late Models, Wisconsin Sport Trucks, and the Figure 8s. Fan gates open at noon, qualifying is at 12:30, and racing begins at 2 PM.

The fun doesn’t stop after the checkered flag during Great Lakes Testing Round One. Fans can join racers and teams while rocking out to the band Liquid Courage in the pits. There is also free on-site camping available for those who would like to make a weekend of the event.

Wisconsin International Raceway is located just past the intersection of Highways 55 & KK outside Kaukauna, Wis. For more information visit http://www.wirmotorsports.com

Great Lakes Testing Round One and The Bear 66 Presented by Les Stumpf Ford
Wisconsin International Raceway
Saturday, May 14, 2022
Expected Entries (31) as of 5/13/21
# – Driver, Hometown
1 – Jesse Oudenhoven, Kaukana, Wis.
2 – Sawyer Effertz, Darboy, Wis.
2 – Jordan Thiel, Darboy, Wis.
2 – Lowell Bennett, Neenah, Wis.
5 – Casey Johnson, Edgerton, Wis.
5 – Jeff Holmgren, Jr., East Troy, Wis.
6 – Andy Monday, Appleton, Wis.
8 – Chad Butz, Green Bay, Wis.
11 – Bobby Kendall, Montello, Wis.
11 – Alex Prunty, Lomira, Wis.
12 – Terry Schoppenhorst, Berlin, Wis.
17 – Max Kahler, Caledonia, Ill.
GT17 – Grant Griesbach, Pewaukee, Wis.
18 – Michael Ostdiek, Lakeville, Minn.
36 – Lou Goss, Green Bay, Wis.
38 – Jordan DeVoy, Lake Geneva, Wis.
44 – Justin Mondeik, Gleason, Wis.
45 – Jeff VanOudenhoven, Kimberly, Wis.
47 – Braison Bennett, Neenah, Wis.
52 – Brock Heinrich, Wausau, Wis.
52 – Brent Strelka, Freedom, Wis.
56 – Kole Guralski, Wausau, Wis. [R]
66 – James Storey, Burlington, Wis. [R]
77 – Riley Stenjem, Utica, Wis.
79 – Barrett Polhemus, Tomball, Tex. [R]
87 – Colin Reffner, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
91 – Mickey Schallie, Darboy, Wis.
91 – Cole Thomas, Franklin, Wis.
97 – Jacob Nottestad, Cambridge, Wis.
107.5 – Darek Gress, Neillsville, Wis.
119 – Dalton Zehr, Verona, Wis.

TUNDRA TO OPEN WITH ‘THE BEAR 66’ AT WIR

Winner Will Pocket $3,066 in Race Honoring Hall of Famer Roger Regeth

GREEN BAY, Wis. (April 27, 2022) – The TUNDRA Super Late Model Series will honor long-time racer, Hall of Famer, and Circle of Famer Roger “The Bear” Regeth in Great Lakes Testing Round One at Wisconsin International Raceway on Saturday, May 14.

The main feature event will be presented by long-time Regeth supporter Stumpf Ford and will be 66 laps in distance. Regeth was well-known in the state of Wisconsin for his tenacity and success on the asphalt and dirt, often carrying Stumpf Ford on the side of his race machines. It is believed that Regeth, with his time also as pace car driver, has the most laps of anyone around WIR.

“With this being the first race at WIR since The Bear’s passing, we wanted to continue to cement his legacy as a legendary racer,” said Matt Panure, Director of Operations for TUNDRA. “Everyone in racing knew him. My dad raced against him, he inspected his cars, and we both worked with him as officials at Kaukuana. We knew we had to do something at this event to honor everything he meant to this sport.”

Thanks to support from Stumpf Ford, the race will have even more incentive for racers to attend and visit Victory Lane, paying $3,066 to the winner. The Second Place finisher will take home a minimum $1,066, and Third a minimum $766.

“We owe a lot of thanks to Stumpf Ford for being such great supporters of WIR,” Panure said. “With such a long history at the track and with Regeth, they were the perfect partners for this event.”

Fans attending the event will also have a chance to pick up a signed copy of The Bird and the Bear by local motorsports author Joe Verdegan. Verdegan penned the book which outlines the life and times, as well as the rivalry, between Regeth and fellow local legend J.J. Smith.

The race event on Saturday, May 14 begins with qualifying at 12:30 pm with the first race event beginning at 2 pm. The TUNDRA Super Late Model Series will be joined by the WIR ¼-Mile Late Models, Wisconsin Sport Trucks, and Figure 8s.

Wisconsin International Raceway is located just past the roundabout at Highways 55 and KK outside of Kaukauna, Wis. Rough camping is available on the grounds for the event. For more information visit http://www.wirmotorsports.com.

TUNDRA 2022 Registration Now Open

GREEN Bay, Wis. (April 19, 2022) – Registration is officially open for the 2022 TUNDRA Super Late Model Series season. The series will again host six events at six tracks across Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.

Drivers can find registration information, forms, rules, and procedures on the Drivers page of the currently-under-construction TUNDRA web site: https://tundrasuperlates.com/drivers/

The 2022 TUNDRA Super Late Model Series season begins on Saturday, May 14 with Great Lakes Testing Round One at Wisconsin International Raceway. TUNDRA will be joined by the WIR 1/4-Mile Late Models, Wisconsin Sport Trucks, and Wild ‘N Crazy Figure 8s.

Wisconsin International Raceway is located past the intersection of Highways 55 and KK just outside Kaukauna, Wis. For more information visit http://www.wirmotorsports.com

TUNDRA 2022 SCHEDULE SET

PORTAGE, Wis. – The TUNDRA Super Late Model Series 2022 season schedule has been set with the series again slated for six races at six different facilities.

This season will feature a twist with a trip outside of the state of Wisconsin for only the second time in series history. TUNDRA will make its second visit to Norway (Mich.) Speedway on Saturday night, July 16 for what will be the third race on the schedule. The series last trekked across state lines to the third-mile in 2014. Dalton Zehr sneaked past Dan Lindsley and captured the win. Zehr has stated his intentions to return and defend the win.

TUNDRA will begin its season once again at Wisconsin International Raceway on Saturday afternoon, May 14. Last year Casey Johnson stormed through the field battling the likes of Zehr and eventual EPYK Media Rookie of the Year Grant Thompson.

Following a short break, the series will jump back into action for the Bev Aschenbrenner Memorial at Marshfield Motor Speedway on Saturday night, June 11. Last season was a breakout event for eventual Champion Riley Stenjem as he captured his first series win in the banner event.

After stops at Marshfield and Norway, the series will make its return to State Park Speedway on Saturday night, August 6. TUNDRA’s scheduled stop at the quarter-mile was washed out last season, much to the dismay of Justin Mondeik, who was hoping to repeat his performance of a fast time and win from 2020. He will once again be on hand seeking a visit to Victory Lane at his home track.

The series will begin its stretch run with its popular Labor Day date at Golden Sands Speedway on Monday afternoon, September 5. Jordan DeVoy scored his first ever TUNDRA win last season and could potentially use a repeat to vault himself into title consideration this season.

The final stop of the 2022 campaign is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, September 25 at Dells Raceway Park. Again it was DeVoy flexing his muscle on the way to victory in the Carl Wegner 105 in 2021. The race also featured a furious point battle between Johnson and Stenjem, and has all the makings to provide a dramatic end to the season once more.

More information for each event will be available through TUNDRA’s web site and social media outlets.

2022 TUNDRA Super Late Model Series Tentative Schedule
Round One: Saturday, May 14 – Wisconsin International Raceway, Kaukauna, Wis.
Round Two: Saturday, June 11 – Marshfield Motor Speedway, Marshfield, Wis.
Round Three: Saturday, July 16 – Norway Speedway, Norway, Mich.
Round Four: Saturday, August 6 – State Park Speedway, Wausau, Wis.
Round Five: Monday, September 5 – Golden Sands Speedway, Plover, Wis.
Round Six: Sunday, September 25 – Dells Raceway Park, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.