The 25-lap Sprint Car A main produced plenty of action, complete with four caution flags and a thrilling duel between two of the winningest Sprint Car drivers in PDTR history.
Polesitter Kenjay Fiedler of Sheboygan got the initial jump on the drop of the green flag before sixth starter Danny Schlafer of Sussex used a huge run on the top of the track to gain the lead in turn four of the opening lap.
The first of four caution flags appeared on lap 3 when Robbie Pribnow of Lomira made contact with the turn two wall. One lap later Anthony Knierim of Franksville spun in turn four after contact with Dannon Tessmer of Slinger.
On the restart, outside front row starter Kurt Davis made a daring move on the inside lane to seize second place. With Schlafer running the high side of the track along the high and treacherous cushion, Davis stuck his machine to the bottom of the track and began to track down Schlafer.
On lap 8, the two-time PDTR Sprint Car champion jumped the cushion in turn two, which allowed Davis to slip past into the lead. Schlafer attempted to regain the lead with a slide job, but Davis crossed over to the bottom the track to maintain the top position.
Back-to-back caution flags came out on lap 9 after Nich Melis of Plymouth stopped on the backstretch and Shane Wenninger of Kewaskum and Knierim collided in turn two.
Following the final restart, Justin Miller of Plymouth bolted up from his seventh starting spot to take third and PDTR Sprint Car point leader Brandon McMullen of Oshkosh followed in fourth after starting 11th.
From there, the 2010 PDTR Sprint Car champion weaved his way skillfully through lapped traffic in the closing laps to secure his first A main victory of the 2017 season and his 17th career PDTR Sprint Car victory to move him into a tie with Schlafer for second on the PDTR Sprint Car A-main victory list.
It was also Davis’ 52nd career Midwest Sprint Car Association (MSA) victory, which puts him seven wins ahead of Schlafer at the top of the all-time MSA A-main victory list.
Schlafer wound up second, Miller posted an impressive third-place finish, McMullen placed fourth and fifth starter Scott Conger of Eagle put together an impressive effort to round out the top five.
1, DANNY SCHLAFER. 2, KEVIN KARNTZ. 3, LANCE FASSBENDER. 4,
BRANDON MCMULLEN. 5, TYLER BRABANT. 6, KEVIN SEIDLER. 7, TIM
1, NICH MELIS. 2, ROBBIE PRIBNOW. 3, ANDREW WESTPHAL. 4,
DANNON TESSMER. 5, WILL GERRITS. 6, EMILY PORTSCHY. 7, BEN
1, MAYER AUTOMOTIVE. 2, SCOTT CONGER. 3, JUSTIN MILLER. 4,
CHRIS CLAYTON. 5, DOUG WONDRA. 6, JEREMY HUNT. 7, JEFF LUDWIG.
1, KURT DAVIS. 2, KEN JAY FIEDLER. 3, PAUL POKORSKI. 4, TONY
WONDRA. 5, ANTHONY KNIERIM. 6, THOMAS KREUTZ. 7, JOSH
1, DOUG WONDRA. 2, CHRIS CLAYTON. 3, TYLER BRABANT. 4, EMILY
PORTSCHY. 5, WILL GERRITS. 6, JOSH TEUNISSEN. 7, JEREMY HUNT.
8, KEVIN SEIDLER. 9, BEN SCHMIDT. 10, JEFF LUDWIG. 11, THOMAS
KREUTZ. 12, TIM HADDY.
1, KURT DAVIS. 2, DANNY SCHLAFER. 3, JUSTIN MILLER. 4, BRANDON
MCMULLEN. 5, SCOTT CONGER. 6, KEN JAY FIEDLER. 7, ANDREW
WESTPHAL. 8, KEVIN KARNTZ. 9, TONY WONDRA. 10, DOUG WONDRA.
11, DANNON TESSMER. 12, PAUL POKORSKI. 13, WILL GERRITS. 14,
TYLER BRABANT. 15, EMILY PORTSCHY. 16, JOSH TEUNISSEN. 17,
MAYER AUTOMOTIVE. 18, NICH MELIS. 19, LANCE FASSBENDER. 20,
ANTHONY KNIERIM. 21, CHRIS CLAYTON. 22, ROBBIE PRIBNOW.