Arenz bags first PDTR 360 Sprint Car A-main triumph

Arenz, who came into the night as the hottest Midwest Sprint Car Association driver in the pit area on the strength of victories in three of the past four MSA events, grabbed the lead of the 25-lap A-main event from the pole. By lap four, Arenz had built up a full-straightaway cushion over third starter Kevin Karnitz of West Bend. The first of two caution flags appeared on lap 5 when Spyder Akright of Sheboygan Falls spun in turn four. Travis Arenz of Sheboygan claimed his first career Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car A-main victory and sixth overall career Midwest Sprint Car Association main event triumph at The Plymouth Dirt Track at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth, W

Arenz continues MSA hot streak at Angell Park

Travis Arenz of Sheboygan has been setting a torrid pace in Midwest Sprint Car Association competition during the vast majority of the 2019 season and his performance in the MSA’s second of three scheduled stops of the year at the Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wis. showed that he has no intentions of slowing down anytime soon. Benefitting from a favorable invert draw to receive an outside front row starting spot in the 25-lap MSA headliner, Arenz led flag to flag to win for the third time in the last four MSA events and third time overall at the historic speed plant. On the drop of the green flag, Arenz powered around polesitter Anthony Knierim of Franksville to lead the opening lap a

Walter fends off Arenz to capture Remembering Randy Tracy PDTR Sprint Car A main

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) July 13, 2019 – The record book will show that Josh Walter of Plymouth led all 30 laps of the Plymouth Dirt Track Racing Remembering Randy Tracy Mid-Season Championship 360 Sprint Car A main at the Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, July 13. However, a closer examination will find that Walter used all of the skill he has accumulated in his 14 seasons of Sprint Car racing to negotiate heavy lapped traffic and turn back a heated challenge from Travis Arenz of Sheboygan in the closing laps to earn his second A-main victory of the 2019 season in the Richard’s of Dunbar PDTR 360 Sprint Car division in the first Remembering Randy Tracy Night celebrating of t

Arenz goes back to back with MSA at Outagamie Speedway

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) July 12, 2019 – Travis Arenz of Sheboygan made it two-for-two in the span of seven days as he collected his second consecutive Midwest Sprint Car Association A-main victory, during the series’ first of two scheduled appearances at the Outagamie Speedway Powered By EWSC Racing in Seymour, Wis. on Friday, July 12. Two-time MSA champion Danny Schlafer of Sussex started the 25-lap main event from the pole flanked by Franksville’s Anthony Knierim. Schlafer got the jump on the drop of the green flag to lead the opening circuit on the smooth, wide and dry slick third-mile racing surface as fourth starter Adam Miller of Plymouth settled into the second spot. On lap 2, Arenz,

Arenz bags MSA Badger 30 at TNT Speedway

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) July 6, 2019 – Second-year Midwest Sprint Car Association competitor Travis Arenz was clearly the class of the field throughout MSA A-main action at TNT Speedway in Three Lakes, Wis. on Saturday, July 6, as he flexed his muscle in the early going, persevered through four caution periods in the middle stages and pulled away in the closing laps to notch a commanding victory over his closest competitor in the Badger 30 presented by Badger Steel. Polesitter Tony Wondra of Campbellsport got the initial jump to grab the lead on the opening circuit of the 30-lap A main. On lap 3, 2014 MSA Masters Series champion Paul Pokorski of West Bend used the outside groove to power aro

Jim Melis claims MSA Harry Neitzel Tribute hardware at Dodge County

One of the most experienced Midwest Sprint Car Association drivers in the pit area also turned out to be the fastest, as Jim Melis of Glenbeulah led all 20-laps of A-main competition on the way to victory in the third annual MSA Harry Neitzel Tribute Race at the Dodge County Fairgrounds in Beaver Dam, Wis. on Wednesday, July 3. The special event to honor the universally respected Neitzel, who was one of the MSA’s biggest supporters, drew a strong field of 31 360 Sprint Cars and a near capacity crowd of enthusiastic spectators to the track commonly dubbed, “the horsepower half mile.” Melis, who is a 38-year veteran of open-wheeled racing, began the A-main from the pole flanked by Kevin Karnit

Scotty Thiel gets second win of 2019

Outside front row starter Tyler Brabant of Waupun outpowered polesitter Anthony Knierim of Franksville to grab the lead of the 25-lap 360 Sprint Car A-main in turn three of the opening lap. On lap two, sixth starter Scotty Thiel bolted into third place with a power move along the high groove of the track. Four laps later, Thiel worked his way past Knierim to seize second place. On lap 10, Glenbeulah’s Jim Melis, who started fifth, maneuvered past both Knierim and third starter Brandon Berth of Cascade to secure third. Meanwhile, Thiel had cut the gap substantially on Brabant for the top spot as the leaders approached slower traffic on lap 11. The first caution flag of the race flew seconds l

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