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Press Release

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(Slinger, WI) Sunday night the Slinger Super Speedway plays host to the 22nd annual running of the Alan Kulwicki Memorial. The event honors the 1992 NASCAR Cup Champion and former Slinger Super Speedway track champion who perished in a plane crash in 1993.

Matt Kenseth, who would later capture his own NASCAR championship, scored the first Kulwicki Memorial in 1993. Last year James Swan, sporting the same #97 that Kulwicki made famous while racing at Slinger Speedway, drove to a spirited win over Rob Braun.

By Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., May 4—“The dude is old enough to be my grandpa and he beat me on the racetrack,” was how defending Slinger Speedway track champion Steve Apel summed it up after finishing second to 65-year old Conrad Morgan in the season opening Miller Lite 75-lap super late model feature Sunday afternoon at the Slinger Speedway.

“I hope he was thinking that when he was trying to catch me,” quipped Morgan from victory lane after holding off Apel’s charge amidst heavy lapped traffic to capture the win, “And again when he saw the checkered flag and then saw my bumper.”

Gates open at Noon Racing 2pm

(Slinger, WI) The 2014 Miller Lite Spring Opener has been rescheduled for Sunday afternoon May 4. With 30 mph east winds, on and off rain, and temperatures in the 40's the Slinger Speedway management was forced to make the tough decision to postpone the originally scheduled April 27th season opener to this Sunday May 4th. Spectator gates will open at noon with opening ceremonies at 2 pm and racing to follow.

2013 Slinger Banquet 05(Hartford, WI) by Fay Hendricks - The blustery winter night was warmed by a racing family reunion during Slinger Speedway’s Awards Banquet Saturday. Capping off Slinger’s 66th year of operation, Todd Thelen and Rodney Erickson celebrated their first season at the helm of the quarter-mile oval. After a wonderful meal and beverages, the awards portion of the program was interspersed with door prizes and finished with the eagerly-awaited drawings for valuable race equipment.

Slinger Bees champion Nick Schmidt was the first to thank Slinger’s new leaders, telling the audience, “I race three nights a week. I look forward to Sunday the most. At most tracks we’re just a show-filler. Todd and Rodney listen to us.” Schmidt thanked fellow teams for their help, adding, “Hopefully I can come back some more. I love four-cylinder racing.” Rookie of the year was young Dale Kiley-Schaefer, who began by thanking his father, claiming, “He got me into it. I learned a lof from other drivers, especially Nick (Schmidt) and Brandon (Tackes). It was a good year.”