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First Ever King of the High Banks Big 8 Race at Slinger

(Slinger, WI) Sunday Night July 18, it’s the Old Wisconsin Smokehouse 88 Big Late Model Race. See an 88 lap Late Model Feature along with the Slinger Bee’s, Thunderstock, Figure 8, Midwest Sportsman, Westbury Bank Speedway Guest Cars American Super Cup Cars, and One-on-One spectator eliminator races. Old Wisconsin will be giving out FREE snack sticks and other goodies too! Gates open at 3:45, qualifying at 4:45, and racing at 6:30 pm.


Margo Detjens (2nd from right), daughter of the Late Larry Detjens in Victory Lane with Lowell Bennett at the Miller Lite Nationals presented by SUPERSEAL.Margo Detjens (2nd from right), daughter of the Late Larry Detjens in Victory Lane with Lowell Bennett at the Miller Lite Nationals presented by SUPERSEAL.By Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., July 11—Lowell Bennett wound up in victory lane following the 31st Annual Miller Lite Nationals Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway after on track fireworks following a late race restart dashed the efforts of Kyle Busch and Dennis Prunty, enabling Bennett to capture his fifth Nationals crown, tying Matt Kenseth for the most victories in the prestigious super late model event.

“This was just one awesome night, “ Bennett told the crowd, “Father Dale Grubba was here tonight and he’s got the holy water and I told him to make sure you put that on both valve covers because I need all I can get and I think we were really blessed tonight.”


FRIDAY 5:00pm CUT-OFF FOR ADVANCED NATIONALS TICKETS.

Adults $23 advanced. $26 at the door. 10-15 $15.00. 9 AND UNDER FREE


Schedule fo event for the 31st Annual Miller Lite Nationals presented by SUPERSEAL on Sunday, July 11th.


Jeff Holtz Super Late Model Feature Winner with Sponsor Tim Keith (far left) of Keith's MarinaJeff Holtz Super Late Model Feature Winner with Sponsor Tim Keith (far left) of Keith's MarinaBy Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., July 4—Race fans in attendance at the Slinger Super Speedway Sunday night were treated to an All-American type finish as underdog Jeff Holtz drove to his first career super late model feature victory in the Keith’s Marina Firecracker 85 Independence Day Special.

“It took a long time and I’ve raced here for a lot of years but this is great,” Holtz told the crowd from victory lane, “I’m just so happy right now, I’m at a loss for words.”

Mike Egan and Dennis Prunty paced the field to the green flag with Prunty quickly launching to the lead from the outside at the completion of lap one. Egan settled into line in second behind Prunty with Conrad Morgan, Steve Apel, and Jon Reynolds Jr. scrambling for position behind them. By lap ten, Apel was able to work his way to third behind Prunty and Egan while fast qualifier Jeremy Lepak and Holtz maneuvered on the inside lane to advance into the top five. Lepak was on the move in the early laps, first passing Apel for third and then charging around Egan for second place by lap 20. Lepak began to shorten the distance between himself and Prunty for the lead and by lap 35 was planted on Prunty’s rear bumper as they worked lapped traffic. Lepak eased the nose of his car to the edge of Prunty’s bumper exiting turn two on lap 37 and when Prunty defended the position entering turn three, contact between the two sent Prunty’s car looping around in turn four to draw the caution flag. Both Prunty and Lepak were placed at the rear of the field for the restart as Egan inherited the lead over Holtz, Eric Fransen, Apel, and Lowell Bennett. Egan and Holtz battled side by side for the lead as racing resumed before Holtz was able power ahead on the outside off turn two on lap 41 as Fransen and Bennett moved into third and fourth place respectively. Holtz began to pull away out front while Fransen also used the high groove to get around Egan for second as Bennett moved up to challenge Egan along with Reynolds. Fransen began to chip away slightly at Holtz’s lead while Bennett advanced to third by lap 55. Holtz laid down some consistent laps in the late stages and hit his marks as Fransen was unable to move close enough to challenge as the laps wound down. Holtz maintained his lead and drove to a five car length victory over Fransen to score his first career super late model feature win. Bennett finished a strong third while Reynolds and Egan rounded up the top five. Lepak and Prunty continued their earlier battle through the field with Lepak edging Prunty for sixth at the line while David Prunty, Tommy Hromadka, and Randy Schuler completed the top ten finishers.


Huge Fireworks Show – 85 Lap Super Late Model Race

(Slinger, WI) Sunday Night July 4th is the Keith’s Marina Fireworks Extravaganza. See huge ground and aerial fireworks display along with an 85 lap Super Late Model Race. Super Late Models will be joined by: Late Models, Midwest Sportsman, Thunderstock, Slinger Bee’s Figure 8’s, one on one spectator races, and Westbury Bank Speedway Guest Cars. Qualifying starts at 4:45 with racing at 6:30 pm. Rain Date Monday July 5th.


Lowell Bennett #2 winner of the Super Late Model Feature with his son Braison, winner of the Slinger Bee Feature.Lowell Bennett #2 winner of the Super Late Model Feature with his son Braison, winner of the Slinger Bee Feature.By Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., June 27—Lowell Bennett led the final 33 laps en route to his second consecutive super late model feature victory Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway, holding off Conrad Morgan to win the Yellowpages .com 60.

“This has been one heck of a run here,” Bennett stated from victory lane referring to his win last week coupled with a prior victory on Thursday at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna as well as his son’s first Slinger Bees feature triumph earlier in the evening, “Right now I’m just a pumped, proud, Daddy.”


Prelude to Nationals FREE with advance Nationals Ticket

The 2010 Miller Lite Slinger Nationals presented by SUPERSEAL Grand Marshall will be five time Slinger Nationals Champion Dick Trickle. Trickle, Considered "America's Winningest Driver" with an estimated 1,200 career wins retired a couple of years ago and is currently residing in Iron Station, NC. The former Wisconsin Rapids native barnstormed the Midwest throughout the 70’s and 80’s until 1989 when he moved south to pursue a career in NASCAR and became the oldest Cup series Rookie of the Year at age 48.


Lowell Bennett Super Late Model Feature WinnerLowell Bennett Super Late Model Feature WinnerBy Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., June 20—Lowell Bennett held off a charge by Steve Apel in a green-white-checkered finish to score his second feature win of the season Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway in the PMF Landscape Supply Scout Night 60.

“We had a battle on our hands and that ’16 car (Apel) was pretty quick,” Bennett exclaimed from victory lane, “It was just a heck of a lot of fun here.”


Johnson Jr and Bilderback in SUPERSEAL Cars

(Slinger, WI) Slinger Speedway welcomes SUPERSEAL back to the 31st Annual Miller Lite Slinger Nationals as the presented by sponsor Sunday July 11th 2010. The President of SUPERSEAL, Ted Hubert is looking forward to traveling back to the World’s Fastest ¼ Mile Asphalt Oval. Ted said he is making the trip from BC Canada to Slinger simply for the hamburgers, well maybe the racing too. All jokes aside Ted Hubert loves racing and enjoys supporting racing while promoting the SUPERSEAL brand.