In the 25-lap Sprint Car A main, cousins Tony Wondra of Campbellsport and Doug Wondra of Oakfield lined up on the front row with Tony Wondra rocketing out to the lead on the opening circuit.
Tony Wondra held a solid lead over the first five circuits as the leaders raced along the preferred high groove. On lap 6, slower traffic began to come into play, which allowed 2010 PDTR Sprint Car champ Kurt Davis of South Milwaukee to close the gap significantly.
By lap 10, Davis had pulled to within striking distance with Doug Wondra and two-time PDTR Sprint Car champ Danny Schlafer of Sussex following closely in tow. However, one lap later disaster struck for Schlafer as he hit the turn three wall hard to bring out the first caution flag of the event.
Following the restart, Tony Wondra bolted out to a big full-straightaway advantage over Davis until once again slower traffic began to come into play on lap 16. Davis moved into to challenge on lap 18 as slide jobs were being thrown for position throughout the field by multiple drivers on the extremely wide racing surface.
As the laps wound down, Davis powered past Tony Wondra briefly in turn two on lap 23 before Wondra turned back under Davis to maintain the lead. However, Brandon McMullen, who started eighth, worked the low groove to slip past both Wondra and Davis to take the lead exiting turn four on lap 23.
With McMullen holding a slight advantage over Tony Wondra and Davis, the caution flag flew again when Tyler Brabant of Waupun and Doug Wondra collided in turn two just as the white flag was displayed to the field, which set up a single-file restart with 23 laps officially complete.
McMullen used a great restart to power away from Tony Wondra and Davis as the rest of the field jockeyed for position over the final two laps. McMullen pulled away over the final lap to notch his 14th career PDTR Sprint Car A-main triumph and 19th overall Midwest Sprint Car Association main event victory.
Tony Wondra held on to finish second, Davis took third, Paul Pokorski of West Band charged from his 10th starting spot to place fourth and PDTR Sprint Car point leader Justin Miller of Plymouth placed fifth after starting third.
1, JASON JOHNSON. 2, TONY WONDRA. 3, KURT DAVIS. 4, JUSTIN
MILLER. 5, NICH MELIS. 6, SCOTTY THEIL. 7, SCOTT CONGER. 8,
TYLER BRABANT. 9, JOHN KRESBACH.
1, CHRIS FLICK. 2, DOUG WONDRA. 3, TIM HADDY. 4, PAUL POKORSKI.
5, SHANE WENNINGER. 6, CHRIS CLAYTON. 7, ANTHONY KNIERIM. 8,
1, BRANDON MCMULLEN. 2, DANNY SCHLAFER. 3, ADAM MILLER. 4,
JOSH WALTER. 5, TRAVIS ARENZ. 6, JIM MELIS. 7, KEVIN KARNTZ. 8,
BILL TAYLOR. 9, BRYCE SCHMITT.
1, KEVIN KARNTZ. 2, NICH MELIS. 3, SCOTT CONGER. 4, CHRIS
CLAYTON. 5, ANTHONY KNIERIM. 6, TYLER BRABANT. 7, BILL TAYLOR.
8, BRYCE SCHMITT. 9, CHRIS LARSON. 10, EMILY PORTSCHY. (DNS).11,
JOHN KRESBACH. (DNS).
1, BRANDON MCMULLEN. 2, TONY WONDRA. 3, KURT DAVIS. 4, PAUL
POKORSKI. 5, JUSTIN MILLER. 6, TRAVIS ARENZ. 7, ADAM MILLER. 8,
JOSH WALTER. 9, JIM MELIS. 10, SHANE WENNINGER. 11, SCOTT
CONGER. 12, NICH MELIS. 13, KEVIN KARNTZ. 14, ANTHONY KNIERIM.
15, CHRIS FLICK. 16, DOUG WONDRA. 17, TIM HADDY. 18, TYLER
BRABANT. 19, JASON JOHNSON. 20, CHRIS CLAYTON. 21, SCOTTY
THEIL. 22, DANNY SCHLAFER.