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"83 for 83" to make 2nd Annual "Spirit of 83" Memorial Bigger as 2020 Preliminary Schedule out for Chateau Speedway.
With the New Year here the Chateau Speedways 2020 Schedule is pretty well set but with discussions still going on with a couple of different groups about some possible specials the actual full schedule is not ready for release.
What is known is the Crown Jewel Event of the Season “The Spirit of 83” Memorial is on the schedule again for Memorial Day Weekend and plans are to make it the biggest and highest paying event in its history. This year’s “Mike Guttormson Memorial Feature” should see the highest paying purse in its 22 year history with the “83 for 83” Sponsorship promotion. The Track is in the process of trying to line up 83 sponsors, either individuals or businesses, to put up $83 each in sponsorship money. This would add just under $7000 to what has always had a special payout. All the sponsorship money would be added into the “Guttormson Memorial Feature” race. Last year’s Feature winner made a $1000, and plans right now are for this year’s winner to pocket at least $2500. And with the “83 for #83” Sponsorship money spread throughout the field it could be a nice payout for everybody that makes the show. The Track is still looking for sponsors. Everyone interested in being a part of this year’s Memorial as a sponsor is asked to contact Chateau Speedway either through their page, through Messenger, or email [email protected], or by contacting Mark or Annette Wytaske. There are plenty of spots available. The event ran on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend last year and plans are for it to be the same this year which would make it May 24th.
Besides the Memorial, The 2nd Annual Chateau Speedway Hall of Fame Night and Induction Ceremony will be the end of June with six new members added to last year’s inaugural class. The 3rd Annual Chateau Speedway Autumn Extravaganza is being penciled in as well for September again this year. However with Labor Day Weekend falling so late this year (September 7th) it is pushing all the National Fall Specials back a week and crowding the last weekend of September, which is where the Extravaganza has run the last two years. Not wanting to push the racing season into October, and not wanting to give up this exciting two night – three payout, special the Extravaganza will be moved up to the weekend after Labor Day. That puts the show on Friday September 11th and Saturday September 12th. Once again this year the top 10 in each class from the weekend who ran both nights will receive a third payout. The Pack the Stands Fan Appreciation Night with $5 admission for all will be August 14th. Season Championship Night will be September 4th. All the other Fun events of the summer like the Car Rides for the Kids and the Bicycle Giveaways and more will be on the schedule again this year. Along with the return of the Super Stock class this year there will be plenty of fun to be had on Friday Nights again this summer at Lansing.
Chateau Speedway is looking forward to an exciting 64th Anniversary Season as they set their vision on making the 2020 Season the best yet.
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When the 2020 Racing Season Kicks off On May 1st Fans will see an old familiar Class return to The Track. WISSOTA Super Stocks will return full time to Chateau Speedway for the first time since 2009 next season. The Class ran at the Track under various names, Super Stock, Limited Late Model, and Hobby Stock from 1972 thru 2001. It fell off the schedule in 2002 until returning for a brief two year stint in 2008 and 2009. The Class ran one special at the end of the 2018 Season and has been a point of discussion over the last year with people asking to see it return, fans and drivers alike.
According to Track Owner Mark Wytaske some of the discussion surrounded the desire for another Full Body Car. Open Wheel Cars have pretty much dominated the racing action the last several years. In fact Chateau Speedway ran 4 open wheel classes the last two seasons with the USRA A Mods, the USRA B Mods, WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds and Outlaw Mini Mods. Three classes feature Full Fender Cars, WISSOTA Street Stock, WISSOTA Pure Stock, and WISSOTA Hornets at the Facility.
There was one other issue Wytaske had to take into consideration. How do you add another class and run potentially eight classes of cars a night. That issue would make the night to long for fans and drivers alike so that forced another issue, who do you cut loose.
Several factors went into making that decision starting with the fact that one of the reason for adding the Super Stocks would be to bring in another Full Body Car. Thus cutting one of the current Full Body classes would not change anything. That left the 4 open wheel classes to look at. It eventually came down to the fact that the majority of the cars in the Outlaw Mini Mod Class were North Iowa Cars and one of the Tracks in North Iowa (Mason City Iowa) was going to reopen next season and run the Mini Mods. Beings that they are not a high dollar class there is a good possibility their car count could go down considerably and that became the deciding factor is cutting them from the program. Mark was glad to know that even though they were losing the night here, another track was picking them up in the area giving them a track nearby to run at.
Wytaske has also had thoughts about trying to get the two so called “B” Mod Classes, The USRA B Mods, and the WISSOTA Midwest Mods, who have similar rules to run together, forming one class. The combination would form a much larger field each week and potentially a bigger payout for the drivers if it was to work. So far drivers have not seemed to warm to the idea so they will continue to run their separate sanctioning bodies and rules packages.
The Track also has announced they would like to welcome Brauer Roofing on as a Sponsor. The Super Stock Class will be known as the “Brauer Roofing WISSOTA Super Stocks”. Chateau Speedway also would like to thank KEVKO for there sponsorship of the Outlaw Mini Mods the last two season, as well as the drivers.
So the 2020 Lineup is set for Chateau Speedway. When Racing Action gets underway every Friday Night, starting on May 1st, with the first Green Flag at 7:15 fans will be settling in to watch the Y Waste WISSOTA Hornets, Power 96 WISSOTA Pure Stocks, Action Builders WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds, Adams Graphix WISSOTA Street Stocks, Brauer Roofing WISSOTA Super Stocks, USRA B Mods, and French’s Repair USRA A Mods. There will be a Test and Tune on the Schedule for the Wednesday before the Season Opener which would be April 29th.
Keep checking in at ChateauSpeedway.com or stop by there page for more updates as all eyes are looking forward to the 64th Anniversary Season at Chateau Speedway in Lansing Minnesota, just 5 miles North of Austin.
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7-26-19 Power 96 WISSOTA Pure Stock Feature Winner Jack Maas of Faribault
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What a great turnout for day #2 in our 2019 JDRL Challenge. Thank you to all the Jr. racers and families for joining us this weekend!
7/19/19 Y Waste WISSOTA Hornet Feature Winner Justin Schelitzche - Cologne
7/19/19 Adams Graphix WISSOTA Street Stock Feature Winner Zach Elward - Hayfield
Temps in the 90’s Heat Things Up At Chateau Speedway
Chateau Speedway (Lansing, MN) 7/19/19 Matthew Grage
The hottest weather of the Summer greeted fans and drivers Friday Night for week ten of racing action at Chateau Speedway. Friday Nights action was sponsored by Motor Supply Company of Austin and Albert Lea as well as R and S Racing of Albert Lea. All the Kids in attendance were treated to a Free Freeze Pops before the races and than to help Cool off The Flagman they were all given Water Balloons at Intermission to try and hit the flagman. Flagman Ross Spitzer was a great sport about the whole thing and ended up quite wet from all the water balloons that flew his way.
On The Track the action was hot as well with several features running caution free. Leading the way with twenty-five laps of non stop action were the French’s Repair and Fabrication USRA A Mods. Dustin Brown of Thornton Iowa lead the first lap before Josh Angst of Winona moved out of row two to the front on lap two and set sail to lead the field the rest of the way. Despite leading so many laps and having a fairly nice lead Angst had plenty of work to do to take home the win. With Brandon Davis of Hayfield closing in on him as they hit traffic about half way through the race Josh put on a clinic on setting up the cars to lap them. By the time the checkers fell there were just four cars on the lead lap. The majority of his passes he would pull tight up to them out of turn four and dive to the bottom of the track in turn one to put them behind him and between him and Davis. He made just one pass on the outside down the front straightaway as he kept his momentum rolling lap after lap to score his second feature win of the year at Lansing. Jason Cummins of New Richland came home third followed by Taylor Ausrud of Hayfield. Darwyn Karau of Kasson rounded out the top five one lap down. Josh also had a heat win on the night giving him a sweep. Davis had the classes other heat win.
Power 96 WISSOTA Pure Stocks ran a caution free main event with Brady Krohnberg of Walters scoring his fifth feature win of the year. Troy Maas of Faribault grabbed the early lead off the pole while Krohnberg started outside row two, A tough first lap had him running fifth but he made quick work of three cars in one lap as he shot from fifth to second on lap two. After moving past one car for fourth in turns one and two he split the second and third place cars going down the front straightaway and set his sights on Troy. The two ran several laps side by side just past the halfway mark before Brady slid by for the top spot and road off to the win. Brian Adams of Montgomery made his debut in the class and finished in third followed by George Richards of Mondovi Wisconsin and Jack Maas of Faribault. Heat winners were Troy and Jack Maas.
Also trying to beat the heat were the Adams Graphix WISSOTA Street Stocks as they kept it green from start to finish with Zach Elward of Hayfield chalking up feature win number six on the season. Zach and Bernie Adams of Stacyville Iowa ran side by side the first several laps with Bernie holding the edge on lap one and Zach after that. After Elward cleared Adams he opened up a nice lead however behind him it was quite the battle. When the checkers fell Kory Adams of Stacyville Iowa made a last lap pass of Bernie for second while Parker Anderson of Phillips Wisconsin held off Braden Brauer of Rochester for fourth. Anderson had a heat win on the night as did Jason Newkirk of Austin.
KEVKO Outlaw Mini Mods ran a clean caution free feature with Michael Bryan of Mason City Iowa scoring his second feature win of the year. Bryant started outside front row and lead flag to flag for the win. After stretching out a pretty nice lead early had had Nathan Kilwine of Glenville on his back bumper as they crossed the finish line. Anthony Kramer of Owatonna, who picked up the classes lone heat win, came home in third ahead of Bobby Ruehlow of Mason City Iowa and Logan Brown of Clear Lake Iowa.
The Action Builders USRA B Mods ran twenty laps of caution free action in there feature but that was after two first lap cautions slowed the start of there race. Kadden Kath of Owatonna started outside of Noah Grinstead of Austin on the front row and the two stayed side by side the first lap before Kath cleared Noah and set sail to his third feature win of the year. It was also a sweep for Kadden on the night as he also had a heat win. Hunter Kennedy of St Ansgar Iowa had his hands full with Brandon Hare of Elma Iowa down the stretch but held him back to take home third. Mark Motl of Owatonna, who scored a heat win earlier in the night, rounded out the top five.
A first time visitor to the track lead the way in the WISSOTA Midwest Modified Class. Calvin Iverson of Eleva Wisconsin scored a pair of wins as he swept the class on the night. He and Kylie Kath of Owatonna went back and forth the first couple laps with Kadden leading lap one. Iverson came out of row two to challenge the front row starter on the start setting his car to the inside of Kath. He was shown as the leader on lap two despite the two staying side by side for several laps. On lap three Kylie switched to the inside line but Iverson was able to slide away. The pair stated working traffic just over halfway through the race and Kath was able to close it up a few times but never made a serious bid to take the top spot away. Ryan Goergen of Stacyville Iowa came home in third followed by Michael Wytaske of Hartland and Brayton Cisneros of Blooming Prairie. It was Cisneros first appearance back at the track with his new car since he totaled his original car earlier in the season. Jeremy Misgen of New Richland picked up his first win of the season by scoring the classes other heat win.
The Y Waste WISSOTA Hornets worked through a couple of quickie cautions to wrap up the night. Aaron Reimers of Prior Lake lead for much of the race. Dan Knish of Kilkenny passed him for the lead a hand full of laps in but mechanical problems dropped him from the top spot and gave it back to Reimers. Justin Schelitzche of Cologne worked from row five to challenge for the lead over much of the final half of the race. The two went side by side several laps with Justin finally getting the advantage at the white flag and came home with his second feature win of the year. Reimers did pick up one of the two heat wins ono the night. The other went to Nick Sillman of Minnesota Lake.
Temperatures are forecast to be a little more reasonable when next Friday Night comes around. It will be the Mini Mods week off next week so The Track will be featuring their main 6 classes with the first green flag scheduled for 7:15 as the 63rd Anniversary Season rolls on at Lansing.
The Track also announced the Rain Date schedule for the Dodge County Fair Race at Kasson that was rained out following four heat races. The track along with the Dodge County Fairboard were attempting to bring racing back to the track for the first time in two years. The Rain Date was already set as Sunday August 4th however the rest of the details were laid out Friday Night. Race Time on that Sunday Afternoon in Kasson will be 6:00 and the program will start over from square one. None of the heats that were run Thursday Night will stand. Drivers will redraw as they sign back in at the draw shack. With it being a full restart any drivers who were not on hand Thursday can still enter. Draw Cutoff will be at 5:00 with Hot Laps at 5:45, following the Pit Meeting. Thursday Nights Ticket Stubs and Wrist Bands will be honored for admission.
7/19/2019 at Chateau Speedway
KEVKO Outlaw Mini Mods
A Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 14-Micheal Bryant-Mason City IA, ; 2. 15-Nathan Kilwine-Glenville, ; 3. 17-Anthony Kramer-Owatonna, ; 4. 1R-Bobby Ruehlow-Mason City IA, ; 5. 22-Nick Hauge-Mason City IA, ; (DQ) 5-Logan Brown-Clear Lake IA, 
Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 17-Anthony Kramer, ; 2. 15-Nathan Kilwine, ; 3. 14-Micheal Bryant, ; 4. 22-Nick Hauge, ; (DQ) 5-Logan Brown, ; (DQ) 1R-Bobby Ruehlow, 
WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 27X-Calvin Iverson- Eleva WI, ; 2. 83-Kylie Kath-Claremont, ; 3. G12-Ryan Goergen-Stacyville IA, ; 4. 37-Michael Wytaske-Hartland, ; 5. 4-Brayten Cisneros-Blooming Prairie, ; 6. 79-Jeremy Misgen-New Richland, ; 7. 7W-Drew Williams-Rochester, ; 8. 63-Patrick Kelley-Columbus, ; 9. 33-Darryl Hainka-Wannamingo, ; 10. (DNF) 14-Cole Kroneman-Austin, ; 11. (DNF) 79H-Luke Hainka-Wannamingo, ; 12. (DNF) 2165-Tommy Myer-Blooming Prairie, ; 13. (DNF) 90-Ryan Wetzstein-West Concord, 
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 27X-Calvin Iverson, ; 2. 83-Kylie Kath, ; 3. 37-Michael Wytaske, ; 4. G12-Ryan Goergen, ; 5. 90-Ryan Wetzstein, ; 6. 2165-Tommy Myer, ; 7. 7W-Drew Williams, 
Heat 2 (20 Laps): 1. 79-Jeremy Misgen, ; 2. 4-Brayten Cisneros, ; 3. 14-Cole Kroneman, ; 4. 63-Patrick Kelley, ; 5. 33-Darryl Hainka, ; 6. 79H-Luke Hainka, 
Power 96 WISSOTA Pure Stock
A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 26-Brady Krohnberg-Walters, ; 2. 1-Troy Maas-Faribault, ; 3. 0-Brian Adams-Montgomery, ; 4. 5R-George Richards-Mondovi WI, ; 5. 31-Jack Maas-Faribault, ; 6. 1R-Cole Richards-Mondovi WI, ; 7. 3G-Josh Sousa-Alden, ; 8. 96-Kyndra Neis-Chatield, ; 9. 11-Michael Gift-Faribault, ; 10. (DNF) 75L-Devin Losee-LeRoy, ; 11. (DNF) 7X-Andrew Eischens-Taopi, ; 12. (DNF) 17-Michael Wick-Faribault, 
Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 31-Jack Maas, ; 2. 3G-Josh Sousa, ; 3. 1R-Cole Richards, ; 4. 5R-George Richards, ; 5. 96-Kyndra Neis, ; 6. 11-Michael Gift, 
Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 1-Troy Maas, ; 2. 26-Brady Krohnberg, ; 3. 7X-Andrew Eischens, ; 4. 0-Brian Adams, ; 5. 17-Michael Wick, ; 6. 75L-Devin Losee, 
Y Waste WISSOTA Hornet
A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 14-Justin Schelitzche-Cologne, ; 2. 2-Aaron Reimers-Prior Lake, ; 3. 17-Ryan Timm-Austin, ; 4. 5-Nick Sillman-Minnesota Lake, ; 5. 9-Nate Coopman-Mankato, ; 6. 0-Brian Adams-Montgomery, ; 7. 02-Bryce Lisowski-Faribault, ; 8. 89-Timothy Gores-Garden City, ; 9. 16M-Matt Wieman-Owatonna, ; 10. 19-Jerry Coopman-Mankato, ; 11. 6-TJ Barnett-Owatonna, ; 12. 1KV-Kristin Voss-Belle Plaine, ; 13. (DNF) 20T-Troy Tuma-Owatonna, ; 14. (DNF) 193-Daniel Knish-Kilkenny, ; 15. (DNF) 21-Brandon Downs-Austin, ; 16. (DNF) 59-Zachary Furbur-Annandale, ; 17. (DNF) 42-Travis Hyatt-Waseca, 
Heat 1 (5 Laps): 1. 2-Aaron Reimers, ; 2. 21-Brandon Downs, ; 3. 0-Brian Adams, ; 4. 59-Zachary Furbur, ; 5. 14-Justin Schelitzche, ; 6. 89-Timothy Gores, ; 7. 6-Timothy Barnett, ; (DNS) 42-Travis Hyatt, ; (DNS) 19-Jerry Coopman,
Heat 2 (5 Laps): 1. 5-Nick Sillman, ; 2. 17-Ryan Timm, ; 3. 20T-Troy Tuma, ; 4. 193-Daniel Knish, ; 5. 02-Bryce Lisowski, ; 6. 16M-Matt Wieman, ; 7. 9-Nate Coopman, ; 8. 1KV-Kristin Voss, 
Adams Graphix WISSOTA Street Stocks
A Feature 1 (18 Laps): 1. 15-Zach Elward-Hayfield, ; 2. 01-Kory Adams-Stacyville IA, ; 3. 101-Bernie Adams-Stacyville IA, ; 4. 27P-Parker Anderson-Phillips WI, ; 5. 34JR-Braden Brauer-Eyota, ; 6. 32-Jason Newkirk-Austin, ; 7. 21-Jesse Stahl-Austin, ; 8. 46-Stacy Krohnberg-Walters, ; 9. 4-Chris Hotovec-Dodge Center, ; 10. 42-Cody Hyatt-Waseca, ; 11. 2-Fred Prudoehl-Winona, ; 12. 39J-Dan Klingfus-Austin, 
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 27P-Parker Anderson, ; 2. 01-Kory Adams, ; 3. 4-Chris Hotovec, ; 4. 42-Cody Hyatt, ; 5. 46-Stacy Krohnberg, ; 6. (DNF) 39J-Dan Klingfus, 
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Jason Newkirk, ; 2. 101-Ken Adams, ; 3. 15-Zach Elward, ; 4. 34JR-Braden Brauer, ; 5. 21-Jesse Stahl, ; 6. 2-Fred Prudoehl, 
Action Builders USRA B-Mods
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 83X-Kadden Kath-Owatonna, ; 2. 99-Noah Grinstead-Austin, ; 3. 02K-Hunter Kennedy-St Ansgar IA, ; 4. 56H-Brandon Hare-Elma IA, ; 5. 20-Mark Motl-Owatonna, ; 6. 30-Scott Demmer-Ellendale, ; 7. 44-Matthew Brooks-Austin, ; 8. 72-Alex Schubbe-North Mankato, ; 9. 83K-Kobie Kath-Owatonna, ; 10. 54-Jett Sorensen-Rochester, ; 11. 4W-Tucker Williams-Rochester, ; 12. (DNF) 33S-Dustin Steinbrink-Austin, ; 13. (DNF) 66V-Dustin Von Hagen-Glenville, 
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Mark Motl, ; 2. 99-Noah Grinstead, ; 3. 56H-Brandon Hare, ; 4. 72-Alex Schubbe, ; 5. 66V-Dustin Von Hagen, ; 6. (DNF) 83K-Kobie Kath, ; 7. (DNF) 54-Jett Sorensen, 
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 83X-Kadden Kath, ; 2. 30-Scott Demmer, ; 3. 02K-Hunter Kennedy, ; 4. 44-Matthew Brooks, ; 5. 33S-Dustin Steinbrink, ; 6. (DNF) 4W-Tucker Williams, 
French’s Repair USRA A Modifieds
A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 99-Josh Angst-Winona, ; 2. 50-Brandon Davis-Hayfield, ; 3. 71-Jason Cummins-New Richland, ; 4. 3A-Taylor Ausrud-Hayfield, ; 5. 23-Darwin Karau-Kasson, ; 6. 65D-Dustin Brown-Thornton IA, ; 7. 72-Doug Hillson-Blooming Prairie, ; 8. 21-Troy Gudmonson-Savage, ; 9. 6-Dustin Kruse-Brandon SD, ; 10. 77-Jacob Stark-Austin, ; 11. 29H-Joe Horgdal-Kasson, 
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 99-Josh Angst, ; 2. 71-Jason Cummins, ; 3. 3A-Taylor Ausrud, ; 4. 21-Troy Gudmonson, ; 5. 72-Doug Hillson, ; 6. 77-Jacob Stark, 
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Brandon Davis, ; 2. 23-Darwin Karau, ; 3. 6-Dustin Kruse, ; 4. 65D-Dustin Brown, ; 5. 29H-Joe Horgdal, 
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