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Inaugural DCSA Half Mile Dirt Track Results

Fans and drivers flocked to the Fairgrounds Speedway to revive local dirt track racing on the Horsepower Half Mile.  The newly formed Dodge County Speedway Association DCSA promoted their first event this past Sunday, September 7th, 2014.  Friends, families and racing fans enjoyed a great show with a surprise stunt performance and an opening with the Nation of Patriots Tour.

Colten VanHierden claimed the Sport Mod Feature Win at the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway on Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Colten VanHierden claimed the Sport Mod Feature Win at the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Roger Lee claimed the Grand National Feature Win at the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway on Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Roger Lee claimed the Grand National Feature Win at the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Chad Hummelmeier claimed the Street Stock Feature Win at the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway on Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Chad Hummelmeier claimed the Street Stock Feature Win at the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Watch our online calendar for the DCSA 2015 racing schedule!

Photos by Leader Photography

DCSA Race Results, September 7th, 2014

Modified Feature
1st Jason Czarapata, 2nd Joe McGrath, 3rd Jeremy Christians, 4th Matt Rechek, 5th Jared Siefert, 6th Eddie Lemay, 7th Mike Mueller, 8th Don Scheffler, 9th Nick Firari, 10th Dan Roedl, 11th Tim Lemirande, 12th Tyler Scheffler, 13th Tim Robbins, 14th Jeff Bodadorfer, 15th David Jaeger, 16th Dustin Smits, 17th Kelly Brown, 18th Adam Reed, 19th Russ Reinwald, 20th Joel Crowbridge, 21st Dave Schoenberger, 22nd Mark Brunner

Grand National Feature
1st Roger Lee, 2nd Larry Richards, 3rd Jeff Richards, 4th Charlie Sancinati, 5th Ron Koenig, 6th Kenny Richards, 7th Jay Schaalma, 8th Scott Houpt, 9th John Stanton, 10th Scott Hermanson

Sport Mod Feature
1st Colten VanHierden, 2nd Jeff Schmuhl, 3rd Jon Schultz, 4th Aaron Muhle, 5th Scott Besaw, 6th Jeremy Schwock, 7th Adam Petsheck, 8th Bob Mann, 9th Brekken Kleinschmidt, 10th Shawn Johnston, 11th Ray Keyser, 12th Brandon Schmitt, 13th Keith Schmitt, 14th Ken Childre

Street Stock Feature
1st Chad Hummelmeier, 2nd Steve Ecker, 3rd Frank Knaus, 4th Aaron Falbe, 5th Eric Derks, 6th Stewart White, 7th Jason White

Modified Heat Winners
1st Kelly Brown, 2nd Matt Rechek, 3rd Jeremy Christians

Sport Mod Heat Winners
1st John Schultz, 2nd Colton VanHierden

Grand National Heat Winners
1st Kenny Richards, 2nd Roger Lee

Street Stock Heat Winners
1st Chad Hummelmeier, 2nd Steve Ecker

Jason Czarapata claimed the Modified Feature Win during the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile at the Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway on Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

Jason Czarapata claimed the Modified Feature Win during the first ever DCSA promoted local #DirtTrack Racing on the Horsepower Half Mile Sunday Night, September 7th, 2014.

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About Fair Assoc

The Dodge County Fair Association is a State of Wisconsin Corporation formed for the purpose of operating a fairgrounds, which is presently located four (4) miles east of the city of Beaver Dam on State Highway 33 on 40 acres of land, which the Corporation owns. The Association is an IRC (Internal Revenue Code) Sec. 501(c)(3) organization. Your tax deductible contributions are appreciated to maintain buildings and grounds.

1 comment

  1. Rick Fahl says:

    Excellent show, one thing you might consider is building a smaller track inside the 1/2 mile track using the front straight, it would speed up the show, take less time to prepare and make it easier on the motors. like a 1/3 flat or 3/8 mile oval. Thanks for bringing it back and see ya next year Rick

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