R & S Racing

R & S Racing Southern Minnesota's Speed Shop since 1976! Put our experience and inventory to work for your performance project today.
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R & S Racing has been southern Minnesota's 'Speed Shop' since 1976. We offer racers and automotive hobbyists quality parts at competitive prices, project guidance and services in a friendly, one-to-one setting. Our retail store offers a selection of ignition, carburetion, chassis, cooling, engine, lubrication, sealing and plumbing products (to name a few) by top name manufacturers and we supply our customers within days of ordering when more specialized parts are required. Our services include automotive machining and engine building, rear end narrowing and set up, performance transmission building and carburetor rebuilding and performance modifying. Our experience includes drag racing, circle track racing, performance street, hotrod and restoration. At R & S Racing we put our years of experience to work for every customer we meet.

R&R Performance
04/18/2019
R&R Performance

R&R Performance

We are an Engine Dyno Business that has been operating for over 25 years.

Mike Wallin will tell you:Ain't No Feeling Like It! 555ci Big Block Chevy R & S Racing Built 1006.8 hp @ R & R Performan...
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Mike Wallin will tell you:
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555ci Big Block Chevy R & S Racing Built
1006.8 hp @ R & R Performance, Engine # 10,006 for Ron Quarnstrom

It isn't all muscle, or all bling, when it comes to your ride, I've got the means to get your project done!
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It isn't all muscle, or all bling, when it comes to your ride, I've got the means to get your project done!

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Monday Bling! Some days I just don't want to let my customer know the parts have arrived! Automotive jewelry is the best! 🤩 Love this job!

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It's our Anniversary!🎉 43 YEARS IN BUSINESS!🎉Since February, 1976 we've been serving Southern Minnesota and Northe...
02/08/2019

It's our Anniversary!
🎉 43 YEARS IN BUSINESS!🎉
Since February, 1976 we've been serving Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa for your Speed & Performance needs!
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Another week and oh so many projects! BB Mopar, Old School Stacks and Alternators for tight places!
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Cedar Falls Motorsports Park
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Cedar Falls Motorsports Park

🚨2019 Season Schedule🚨

We are still finalizing a couple events that haven't made it to the schedule yet. Keep up to date, on our website!!

!Winter build season is in full swing! Everyday is a new adventure around here!
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!Winter build season is in full swing! Everyday is a new adventure around here!

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01/09/2019
Chateau Speedway

Chateau Speedway

After a long fight vs Alzheimer's we have lost one of the early warriors of Chateau Speedway. Don Wytaske (Father of Current Owner Mark Wytaske) passed away in the early morning hours of January 8th 2019 at age 87. Recapping some of his years at Chateau is a long list. A brieff recap finds some of Don's first years at the track were spent with his Brother In Law Julius "Louie" Grage helping with that car in the 50's. Working on cars not enough, Don started piloting his own car in 1960 (picture above is him and that car), and the rest as they say is History. Don drove in the Semi Modified class from 1960 until 1964, Modified's as they were than called from 1965 to 1970 (called Sportsman in 1967), Late Model in 1971 and than Hobby Stock from 1972 to approx 1979. Along with 2 of his sons, David and Mark, who got in the seats themselves, he and his wife Delores (who we lost in 2005) continued to be part of Chateau Speedway racing. Daughters Gail and Janet as well as his third Son Scott also were fixtures at Lansing every week. Truly the Chateau Blood runs deep in the Family as all are still involved at the Track. Mark as Owner, Dave working with his son David on his car, and the other 3 working concession stands or where ever needed on Friday Nights. Father and 2 sons all 3 won Track Championships over the years, David won the Street Stock Title in 1971, Don took the Hobby Stock Title in 1973 and Mark claimed top honors in Hobby Stock in 1985. Over the course of Dons career we find him being a 8 time Feature winner in the ultra competitive 2 class years at The Track. Don also had a 5th place finish in points in the Modified Class in 1965. His best 2 season were his Championship Year of 1973 and in 1975 when he had 3 feature wins in each of those years at Chateau.. He also racked up 10 Semi Feature wins and 15 heat wins over the years. (there are still some missing results from some of those years so these numbers are all likely higher - everyone is invited to look over the missing information dates on the History Page and add any confirmed results needed).
GOD SPEED Dad 🙏🙏❤️❤️

Thanks to everyone who stopped by and saw us Saturday at the show, and to all who came down to South Broadway to see wha...
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Thanks to everyone who stopped by and saw us Saturday at the show, and to all who came down to South Broadway to see what we're all about! And a special thanks to Kevko for bringing the Crossroads Motorsports Show to the Albert Lea Armory! 1st Annual Success!

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Heading to Albert Lea this Saturday for the Show?
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Stop in and see what we're all about!

12/24/2018

Tom & I would like to wish you all MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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Alex Schubbe Racing
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Chateau Speedway
09/30/2018

Chateau Speedway

French's Repair USRA A Mod Feature Winner 9/29/18 Josh Angst

09/30/2018
Chateau Speedway

Chateau Speedway

First Annual Chateau Speedway Autumn Extravaganza concludes with more great racing action.

Chateau Speedway (Lansing, MN) 9/29/18 Matthew Grage

The First Annual Chateau Speedway Autumn Extravaganza concluded on Saturday Nigh with Track officials calling it a big success. After 130 cars filled the pits on Friday night 112 cars filed in for the second night of action. Along with the exciting two and three wide racing action the Corn Hole Bean Bag Tournament kept people entertained on Saturday Afternoon as well as the Kids Bouncy Houses. Than Saturday Night there were a pair of Bicycle giveaways for the kids provided by the nights sponsor French’s Repair and Fabrication, along with several free passes for the entertainment at the Mall of America, plus a Candy Drop. While it is was sad to see the 2018 Season come to an end the new owners saw all there hard work pay off after taking over the track in June and Reopening it in July. Several ideas and plans are in the works for next year which should be another exciting season of action in Lansing.
The first class to see there season come to an end as the features rolled out for the night were the Power 96 Pure Stocks. Brady Krohnberg of Walters wrapped up his season with a big weekend taking home feature wins both nights. In doing so he also took home the first place bonus money for the two night point fund. Krohnberg started front row and lead flag to flag to score the win. 2018 regular season Track Champion Jesse Stahl worked his way up from a row three starting spot to come home in second ahead of Tony Shaner of Owatonna.. Jack Maas of Faribault and Beau Stevens of Albert Lea completed the top five. Krohnberg also scored a heat win on the night along with Maas. Stahl took second in the Extravaganza points race ahead of Troy Maas of Faribault, Mike Wick of Faribault and Stevens.
USRA B Modifieds ran second in the Feature Half of the show and it was regular season Track Champion Kadden Kath of Owatonna concluding his season with his fourth feature win of the season at Chateau. Matt Brooks of Austin chased Kath for all twenty laps while battling Cole Suckow of Cresco Iowa to come home in second. Jim Chisholm of Osage Iowa made a nice run from a row five starting spot to finish in fourth ahead of Dustin Kruse of Brandon South Dakota. Zach Elward of Hayfield, Nate Whitehurst of Mason City Iowa and Kruse took home the classes final heat wins of the year. Kath also claimed top pay in the Extravaganza two night point fund. Brooks, Noah Grinstead of Austin, Tyler Tesch of Lennox South Dakota and Dustin Steinbrink of Austin were the rest of the top five in the chase for the points fund money.
Danny Richards of Mondovi Wisconsin lead flag to flag for his third feature win of the season at Lansing. Braden Brauer of Rochester made a quick jump from row two to second on the first lap but Richards was just to strong on the night. Things got a little wild on lap two when Zach Elward of Hayfield got sideways in turn one and rolled his car. It was the second time this year Zach has had that car upside down at Chateau. Opening Night Feature winner Jason Newkirk of Austin finished third ahead of Travis Loew of Barron Wisconsin and Stacy Krohnberg of Walters. Newkirk and Richards took the heat wins and also finished one-two in the Extravaganza Points Fund Chase with Newkirk coming out on top in that. Krohnberg, Loew and Cody Hyatt of Waseca made up the top five in that money chase.
In WISSOTA Midwest Modified action Eric Lamm of Zimmerman made the trip down for night two of the weekend shows and made the trip worth while as he scored the feature win in his first trip to the track. Shane Howell who also put on some miles rolling in from Buffalo for the two shows came home in second followed by Don Schaefer of Eyota, Friday Nights feature winner Dan Wheeler of Savage and Cory Asmussen of Waseca. Schaefer, Howell and Drew Williams of Rochester captured heat wins on the night. Wheeler’s two top five finishes paid off as he was top man in the Extravaganza points chase. Schaefer ended up second ahead of Howell, Michael Wytaske of Hartland and Ryan Wetzstein of West Conocrd.
Josh Angst of Winona capped off a good couple nights of racing in the French’s Repair USRA A Mod Division as he took home the feature win and the top Prize Money in the Extravaganza fund for the class. Angst, who finished third on Friday Night came out of row three getting to the front on lap eight slipping by early leader Joe Horgdahl of Kasson on his way to Victory Lane. Jason Cummins, who struggled to a 17th place finish on Friday Night came from row five to finish second on Saturday Night. Jason moved into the top five in just four laps and was up to second on lap ten but that’s as close as he got. Adam Hensel, also starting in row five followed Jason through the field to come home in third ahead of Dustin Brown of Thornton Iowa and Darwyn Karau of Kasson. Hensel ended up finish second in the Extravaganza Points race followed by Brown, opening night feature winner Ryan Wetzstein of West Conocrd and Karau. Cummins along with Mark Motl of Owatonna were the nights heat winners.
In KEVKO Outlaw Mini Mod action 2018 Track Champion Nathan Kilwine of Glenville waited until the final night of the season to find his way to victory lane as he claimed the classes last feature of the season. Kelly Steele of International Falls chased Kilwine to the checkers ahead of Taton Hansen of Spicer, Blake Ferris of Emo Canada, and Justin Cutrer of International Falls. Bobby Ruhloe of Clear Lake Iowa, Steele, and Ferris took the heat wins for the night. Final Extravaganza Point standings for the group had Hansen on top ahead of Michael Bryant of Mason City Iowa, Cutrer, Jerry Larson of Bemidji and Kilwine..
The 2018 season came to a close with the Y Waste Hornet’s hitting the track for the final race of the season. A wild finish capped off an exciting season of action at the track. Track Champion Brian Adams of Shakopee lead much of the race with Andy Knutson of Rochester, Aaron Reimers of Prior Lake and Jeremiah Anderson of Lacrosse Wisconsin dicing back and fourth right behind him. As the final laps wound down drivers were going three wide for the lead with Reimers coming up with the pass for the lead with two laps remaining. Knutson moved to second for a lap but Adams came back for that spot as Reimers scored the win. Knutson slide back to fourth as Anderson snuck in for third. TJ Pearson came home in fifth. Anderson and Seth Scholl of Holmen took the classes heat wins. Reimers also won the Extravaganza Bonus Money ahead of Pearson, Chad Nagel of Spring Valley, Scholl and Adams.
Track Officials are in the planning stages for a Season Ending Banquet but have not nailed down any details on it yet. Fans and Drivers will have to stay tuned for details on the Tracks Webpage or pages. Settling on an Opening Day for 2019 is also on the to do list as new owners Mark and Annette Wytaske look back on there 9 show season and make there plans for a full season.

French’s Repair USRA A Modifieds
A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 99-Josh Angst-Winona, 15:14.685[5]; 2. 71-Jason Cummins-New Richland, 15:15.977[9]; 3. 44-Adam Hensel-Baldwin WI, 15:17.196[10]; 4. 65D-Dustin Brown-Thornton IA, 15:18.775[1]; 5. 23-Darwin Karau-Kasson, 15:19.540[15]; 6. 20-Mark Motl-Owatonna, 15:20.023[7]; 7. 5D-Devon Havlik-Iowa Falls IA, 02:11.412[14]; 8. 72-Doug Hillson-Blooming Prairie, 15:21.087[2]; 9. 4A-Joel Alberts-Kasson, 15:22.056[8]; 10. 24-Charlie Steinberg-Kasson, 15:22.231[12]; 11. 90-Ryan Wetzstein-West Concord, 02:11.412[4]; 12. 96-Taton Hansen-Spicer, 15:23.807[16]; 13. 20JR-David Wytaske-Grand Meadow, 02:11.412[11]; 14. (DNF) Z96-Joe Horgdal-Kasson, 02:11.412[3]; 15. (DNF) 98M-Mitchel Madery-Kasson, 08:22.192[13]; 16. (DNF) 77-Jacob Stark-Austin, 02:11.412[6]; 17. (DNF) 97-Cole Anderson-Northfield, 02:11.412[18]; (DNS) 472-Brayten Cisneros-Blooming Prairie, 02:11.412
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 71-Jason Cummins, 02:18.613[8]; 2. 65D-Dustin Brown, 02:20.869[2]; 3. 90-Ryan Wetzstein, 02:09.945[3]; 4. 72-Doug Hillson, 02:23.547[1]; 5. 4A-Joel Alberts, 02:24.020[6]; 6. 20JR-David Wytaske, 02:27.695[5]; 7. 98M-Mitchel Madery, 02:28.830[9]; 8. 23-Darwin Karau, 02:24.222[7]; (DNS) 97-Cole Anderson, 02:09.945
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Mark Motl, 02:14.699[1]; 2. Z96-Joe Horgdal, 01:07.914[3]; 3. 44-Adam Hensel, 02:16.404[6]; 4. 99-Josh Angst, 02:17.701[8]; 5. 77-Jacob Stark, 02:22.739[2]; 6. 24-Charlie Steinberg, 02:23.280[9]; 7. 5D-Devon Havlik, 01:07.914[4]; 8. 96-Taton Hansen, 02:26.341[7]; 9. (DNF) 472-Brayten Cisneros, 01:07.914[5

WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 88-Eric Lamm-Zimmerman, 11:15.005[1]; 2. L1-Shane Howell-Buffalo, 11:16.433[4]; 3. 97X-Don Schaefer-Eyota, 11:18.670[5]; 4. RED1-Dan Wheeler-Savage, 11:19.031[12]; 5. 97-Cory Asmussen-Waseca, 11:19.224[2]; 6. 90-Ryan Wetzstein-West Concord, 03:13.191[11]; 7. 86-Patrick Howell-Hastings, 11:23.302[13]; 8. G12-Ryan Goergen-Stacyville IA, 11:24.525[3]; 9. 77T-Casey Trom-Zumbrota, 11:24.925[9]; 10. 38-Michael Wytaske-Hartland, 11:24.981[18]; 11. 23B-Britt Olson Jr-Waseca, 11:27.472[8]; 12. 7W-Drew Williams-Rochester, 11:29.564[7]; 13. 53-Tianna Mithun-New Richland, 11:25.938[15]; 14. 98D-Christopher Deno-Kasson, 11:26.050[10]; 15. 4-Pete Kiley-Lansing, 03:13.191[21]; 16. 14-Cole Kroneman-Zumbrota, 11:29.663[20]; 17. 33-Darryl Hainka-Wannamingo, 11:30.974[17]; 18. 07-Pat McCarthy-Farmington, 11:34.391[19]; 19. 21K-Paul Kroneman-Brownsdale, 11:16.634[22]; 20. (DNF) 78-Nate Erickson-New Richmond WI, 09:34.974[14]; 21. (DNF) 83-Billy Steinberg-Kasson, 03:13.191[16]; (DQ) 28S-Spencer Stock-Eyota, 03:22.271[6]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 97X-Don Schaefer, 02:20.804[3]; 2. G12-Ryan Goergen, 02:27.241[4]; 3. 23B-Britt Olson Jr, 02:28.958[6]; 4. 98D-Christopher Deno, 02:29.156[7]; 5. 86-Patrick Howell, 02:30.036[5]; 6. 83-William Steinberg, 02:30.915[8]; 7. 07-Pat McCarthy, 02:35.636[2]; 8. 21K-Paul Kroneman, 02:36.907[1]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 7W-Drew Williams, 02:19.869[2]; 2. 77T-Casey Trom, 02:20.446[4]; 3. 28S-Spencer Stock, 02:22.199[3]; 4. 90-Ryan Wetzstein, 02:28.278[6]; 5. 78-Nate Erickson, 02:25.280[1]; 6. 33-Darryl Hainka, 02:25.780[5]; 7. 14-Cole Kroneman, 02:28.278[7]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. L1-Shane Howell, 02:19.250[2]; 2. 88-Eric Lamm, 02:20.018[3]; 3. 97-Cory Asmussen, 02:21.030[1]; 4. RED1-Dan Wheeler, 02:22.024[7]; 5. 53-Tianna Mithun, 02:23.838[4]; 6. 38-Michael Wytaske, 02:23.955[6]; 7. 4-Pete Kiley, 02:24.536[5]

Y Waste Hornets
A Feature 1 (16 Laps): 1. 55-Aaron Reimers-Prior Lake, [8]; 2. 0-Brian Adams-Shakopee, [2]; 3. 22-Jeremiah Anderson-LaCrosse WI, [6]; 4. 59-Andy Knutson-Rochester, [3]; 5. 79T-TJ Pearson-Prior Lake, [1]; 6. 13-Chad Nagel-Spring Valley, [7]; 7. 21X-Corbin Giesler-West Conocrd, [11]; 8. 21-Brandon Downs-Austin, [10]; 9. 12-Cale Giesler-West Concord, [13]; 10. 12J-Tommy Hansen-, [15]; 11. 11-Seth Scholl-Holmen WI, [4]; (DNS) 92-Justin Anderson-Holmen WI, ; (DNS) 14-Hunter Nelson-Preston, ; (DNS) 6-TJ Barnett-Owatonna, ; (DNS) 89-Tim Gores-Garden City,
Heat 1 (5 Laps): 1. 22-Jeremiah Anderson, [4]; 2. 0-Brian Adams, [3]; 3. 59-Andy Knutson, [1]; 4. 79T-Taylor Pearson, [2]; 5. 14-Hunter Nelson, [7]; 6. 21X-Corbin Giesler, [5]; 7. 12-Cale Giesler, [6]; (DQ) 12J-Tommy Hansen, [8]
Heat 2 (5 Laps): 1. 11-Seth Scholl, [5]; 2. 55-Aaron Reimers, [2]; 3. 92-Justin Anderson, [4]; 4. 13-Chad Nagel, [1]; 5. 21-Brandon Downs, [6]; 6. 6-Timothy Barnett, [7]; 7. 89-Tim Gores, [3]

Pure Stock
A Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 26-Brady Krohnberg-Walters, 06:29.433[2]; 2. 21-Jesse Stahl-Austin, 06:29.802[5]; 3. 4-Tony Shaner-Owatonna, 06:30.396[3]; 4. 1SR-Jack Maas-Faribault, 06:31.794[6]; 5. 70-Beau Stevens-Albert Lea, 06:35.673[4]; 6. 17-Ronald Churchill-Faribault, 06:47.874[7]; 7. (DNF) 7X-Andrew Eischens-Taopi, 06:20.408[9]; 8. (DNF) 31W-Michael Wick-Faribault, 01:23.459[8]; 9. (DNF) 1-Troy Maas-Faribault, 00:43.362[1]
Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 26-Brady Krohnberg, [2]; 2. 4-Tony Shaner, [4]; 3. 1-Troy Maas, [3]; 4. 70-Beau Stevens, [8]; 5. 21-Jesse Stahl, [9]; 6. 1SR-Jack Maas, [5]; 7. 17-Ronald Churchill, [6]; 8. 31W-Michael Wick, [7]; 9. 7X-Andrew Eischens, [1]

WISSOTA Street Stocks
A Feature 1 (18 Laps): 1. 3R-Danny Richards-Mondovi WI, 16:11.316[1]; 2. 34JR-Braden Brauer-Rochester, 16:12.346[4]; 3. 32-Jason Newkirk-Austin, 16:13.893[5]; 4. 40-Travis Loew-Barron WI, 16:14.196[2]; 5. 46-Stacy Krohnberg-Walters, 16:16.566[9]; 6. 42-Cody Hyatt-Waseca, 16:17.258[3]; 7. 47-Brent Holland-Glenville, 16:18.628[8]; 8. 22-Marcus Berndt-Austin, 16:22.710[10]; 9. (DNF) 16-Jacob Bennett-Austin, 11:32.252[6]; 10. (DNF) 15-Zach Elward-Hayfield, 11:32.252[7]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Jason Newkirk, [4]; 2. 15-Zach Elward, [3]; 3. 16-Jacob Bennett, [1]; 4. 47-Brent Holland, [2]; 5. (DNF) 22-Marcus Berndt, [5]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3R-Danny Richards, 02:29.199[3]; 2. 40-Travis Loew, 02:30.732[4]; 3. 34JR-Braden Brauer, 02:32.565[5]; 4. 42-Cody Hyatt, 02:34.579[1]; 5. 46-Stacy Krohnberg, 02:34.960[2]

USRA B Modified
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 83X-Kadden Kath-Owatonna, 22:21.099[1]; 2. 44-Matthew Brooks-Austin, 22:21.804[2]; 3. 75-Cole Suckow-Cresco IA, 22:22.374[6]; 4. 24C-Jim Chisholm-Osage IA, 22:22.951[9]; 5. 6-Dustin Kruse-Brandon SD, 22:23.144[7]; 6. 33S-Dustin Steinbrink-Austin, 22:23.766[17]; 7. 55H-Aaron (A.J.) Hoff-Mantorville, 22:23.847[12]; 8. 51W-JT Wasmund-Pine Island, 22:24.143[11]; 9. 15-Zach Elward-Hayfield, 22:24.801[4]; 10. 99-Noah Grinstead-Austin, 22:25.548[8]; 11. 27-Channing Warner-Owatonna, 22:26.120[18]; 12. 31-Raey Hastings IV-Austin, 22:26.461[21]; 13. 22T-Tyler Tesch-Lennox SD, 22:26.721[13]; 14. 38S-Ken Wytaske-Lansing, 22:26.753[15]; 15. 83-Kobie Kath-Owatonna, 22:28.043[20]; 16. 4W-Tucker Williams-Rochester, 22:28.429[10]; 17. 81K-Caleb Korpi-Claremont, 22:29.280[16]; 18. 17-Justin Murray-Owatonna, 22:30.186[19]; 19. 44Z-Anton Nelson-Hayfield, 22:30.358[23]; 20. (DNF) 49-Nate Whitehurst-Mason City IA, 13:10.491[3]; 21. (DNF) 02K-Hunter Kennedy-St Ansgar IA, 13:10.923[14]; 22. (DNF) 15W-Alex Williamson-Rushford, 13:09.698[5]; 23. (DNF) 0D-Thomas Rolfes-Carpenter IA, 13:09.698[22]
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15-Zach Elward, 02:21.076[4]; 2. 24C-Jim Chisholm, 02:22.004[5]; 3. 99-Noah Grinstead, 02:24.664[6]; 4. 55H-Aaron (A.J.) Hoff, 02:24.875[8]; 5. 22T-Tyler Tesch, 02:26.957[7]; 6. 81K-Caleb Korpi, 02:31.371[3]; 7. 17-Justin Murray, 02:32.222[1]; 8. (DNF) 0D-Thomas Rolfes, 00:23.136[2]
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 49-Nate Whitehurst, 03:57.912[1]; 2. 4W-Tucker Williams, 03:59.352[2]; 3. 83X-Kadden Kath, 03:59.699[6]; 4. 44-Matthew Brooks, 03:59.873[5]; 5. 02K-Hunter Kennedy, 04:00.456[4]; 6. 33S-Dustin Steinbrink, 04:02.239[8]; 7. 83-Kobie Kath, 04:03.298[3]; 8. (DNF) 44Z-Anton Nelson, 01:17.732[7]
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 6-Dustin Kruse, 02:16.455[1]; 2. 75-Cole Suckow, 02:17.868[3]; 3. 15W-Alex Williamson, 02:18.361[4]; 4. 51W-JT Wasmund, 02:27.387[5]; 5. 38S-Ken Wytaske, 02:19.810[6]; 6. 27-Channing Warner, 02:20.578[7]; 7. 31-Raey Hastings IV, 02:27.387[2]

KEVKO Outlaw Mini Mods
A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 15-Nathan Kilwine – Glenville, 2. Kelly Steele – International Falls, 3. Taton Hansen – Spicer, 4. Blake Ferris – Emo Canada, 5. Scott Johnson – Owatonna 6. Justin Cutrer – International Falls, 7. Cole Bennerotte – Byron, 8. Michael Bryan Mason City IA. 9. Bobby Ruhloe-Clear Lake IA, 10. 89 -Davis Royle – Northfield, 11. 25-Luke Daniels-Des Moines IA, 12. 61-Anthony Black-Ramsey, 13. 81-Jerry Larson-Bemidji, 14. 43j-John Dulmage-Ramsey, 15. 43w-Williams Dulmage-Ramsey, 16. Dane Olson -International Falls
Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 1R-Ruhloe, 2. 3-Cutrer, 3. 43w-Dulmage 4. 14-Bryant, 5. 43j-Dulmage 6. 61-Black
Heat 2 (6 Laps): 1. 69-Steele, 2. 15-Kilwine, 3. 96-Hansen, 4. 89-Royle, 5. 81-Larson
Heat 3 (6 Laps): 1. 14F-Ferris, 2. 29-Johnson, 3. 4-Olson, 4. 2c-Bennerotte, 5. 25-Daniels

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1025 S Broadway Ave
Albert Lea, MN
56007-4514

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Monday 08:30 - 17:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 17:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:30
Thursday 08:30 - 17:30
Friday 08:30 - 17:30
Saturday 08:30 - 15:00

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