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DRP Gears Up For $2,000 To Win Limited Late Model Shootout Wisconsin Dells, WI

By: Grant Brown / Oval Track News Correspondent 07/10/2019

Grant Brown / Oval Track News

In the land of big invitational races, it’s hard to stand out from the crowd and pull in both fans and drivers alike for an event. It looks like Dells Raceway Park may have found a way around the constant obstacles that face a weekly racing program. On July 27th, Dells Raceway Park will be hosting the Assembly Products Inc. Shootout. The marquee event of the night will be twin 50 lap features for the Noah’s Ark Waterpark UMA Late Models. This may sound pretty ordinary to some, but Assembly Products Inc. has put up $2,000 to the winner, and over $10,000 in total purse money.

Drivers from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa have already committed to racing, and DRP is expecting over 30 Limited Late Models. Drivers who usually run at Elko Speedway, Hawkeye Downs, Slinger Speedway, Lacrosse Fairgrounds Speedway, Madison International Raceway, Rockford, Speedway and Jefferson Speedway will make the haul to DRP for one of the biggest races of the summer. Some of the out of town names include; Zack Riddle, Brody Willett, Nick Egan, Michael Ostdiek, Grant Brown, Michael Bilderback, and Jon Reynolds, Jr. Keep in mind, this is also a points night for the Dells Raceway Park regulars. The visitors will have to beat the likes of Nick Nolden, Cody Erdmann, Thayran Rezin, and more. In addition to $2,000 for the best combined points total between the two features, you can also earn $500 for winning the Fast Dash.


The UMA Modifieds, UMA Sportsman, and INEX Legend Cars will also be in attendance. The INEX Legend Cars look to have a large field, as July 27th is one of their regional qualifiers, and pays $300 to win. On top of the racing action, Dells Raceway Park has found an avenue to bring the fans even closer to the stars and cars that will descend upon the 1/3 mile bullring on July 27th. For approximately one hour between qualifying and racing, all spectators who have purchased general admission tickets will be invited into the pit area to watch the crews work on their cars and meet their favorite drivers before the racing action gets underway. Fans will be able to get a much closer look at what exactly goes on during the course of a race night, and see everything from a much different view than they are used to.
Ticket pricing and other information can be found on the Dells Raceway Park Facebook Page, or at dellsracewaypark.com.

Grant Brown / Oval Track News