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Kohl wins Member Track Madness

June 16th Earlville Ia.
With the plan of doing the Member Track Madness Run-off at the end of eliminations, race crews and track crew worked together to get at all done. In the Quick Performance S/P class final it was Matt Kohl getting the win over Mike Fuller. Kohl had the r/t advantage and peddled to a win.

Member Track Madness winner Matt Kohl with crew and family
Member Track Madness winner Matt Kohl with crew and family   

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David Primrose and Kevin Haack were semi-finalists. Jason Azbill Jr. bested Terry Heller in the Maxwell Transmission Pro class final. Jason was better at the green and ran dead-on 7 to his dial. Greg Troeger and Rob Miller were semi-finalists. In an all Bohm Squad final in the Delhi Lumber Sportsman class final it was father beating son. Mark Rosenbohm bested Justin Rosenbohm who fouled. In the Thompson Truck and Trailers Trophy class it was Kevin Keuter getting the win over Maddie Notch. Kevin was better at both ends for the win. Zach Halverson was sharp at the green and to the dial as he bested a tough field in the Toys Done Right Junior Dragster class. Zach Bested Jasmine Moore in close final. Jasmine was .008 at the green and couldn’t run the number to give the win to Halverson. Valerie Steffens was the lone semi-finalist. Lyla Begyn won the Novak Electric Junior Consi over Alexis Halverson. Lyla was better at both ends and peddled to a win. Celia Perry was the lone semi-finalist. In the Novak’s King of the Track it was Zach Halverson getting the easy win as Lyla Begyn turned on the red-light.

June 17th Earlville Ia.

Last season’s series champ Bill Black bested a tough field in the Wright-Way Trailers Quick 16. Black got the easy win as Dave Walker fouled in his first Quick final. Brad Thompson and Kevin Haack were semi-finalists. Corey Johnson was the low qualifier with a 6.76 and received the 100$ low qualifier award. Jim Hesseling got the win in the Quick Performance S/P class final over first time finalist Scott Welsh. Hesseling was better at the green and turned on the win light. Steve Geiger was the lone semi-finalist. James Thompson Jr. put together a .012 package to dispatch Jace Deering in the Maxwell Transmission Pro final. Sabrina Neimann and Mike Freeman were semi-finalists. In another Bohm Squad final in the Delhi Lumber Sportsman class it was Andrew Quinn besting Mark Rosenbohm. Both drivers were .063 on the tree but Quinn had the dial and the win. Valerie Steffens was the lone semi-finalist. John Ihm got the win in the Thompson Truck and Trailer Trophy class as Kevin Keuter fouled. Valerie Steffens won High School making it 3 in a row. Valerie bested Maddie Notch in a double break-out race. Ryan Fangman and Brock Azbill were semi-finalists. In the Stowell It for Cancer benefit race it was Jason Azbill Jr. getting the win over Bill Gauley

Member Track Madness winner Matt Kohl with crew and family
Andrew Quinn and Mark Rosenbohm celebrate the Bohm Squad's weekend success!!!   

Dennis Begyn with Lyla and Jesse Begyn with Austin celebrate a great weekend.
Dennis Begyn with Lyla and Jesse Begyn with Austin celebrate a great weekend.    

Tom Krava and Scott Grady were semi-finalists. Jason Azbill Jr. then donated most of his winnings toward the benefit. Thanks Jason!!!! In the AIH Chrome Street Bike presented by Grady’s Graphics it was Brian Moody getting the win over Jarron Christianson. Moody had the tree and took the win. John Ihm was the lone semi-finalist. Stan Sleaver won the Gear-Driven Performance Open Bike class presented by Carlson Customs by by red-light by Damon Pulliam. Brain Moody was the lone semi-finalist, and about made both finals. In the Toys Done Right Junior Dragster class final it was Austin Begyn getting the win over Brock Azbill. Austin had the tree and the win. Alexis Halverson was the lone semi-finalist. In the Novak Electric Junior Consi it was Jasmine Moore running dead-on the dial for the win over Lyla Begyn. Leah DeCook was the lone semi-finalist in her first weekend of racing. Congratulations Leah!!!!In Novak’s King of the Track Run-off it was Austin Begyn using a .008 r/t to get the win over Jasmine Moore. TSR would like to thank its series sponsors and NHRA for the Member Track Madness program.
Photo’s by Morgan Melchert at Starting Line Photagraphy
Bill Cassil


Many first time winners!!!

June 9th Earlville Iowa
Overnight rains delayed the start of Saturday’s races. Once we got going it was one time trial and go! The Valley View Farms sponsored NCSSA event was contested and Roger VanErsvelde moved first and never trailed against Jay Holmes. Rom Walk and Terry Miller were semi-finalists. The Ollinger Garage Door Foxy Lady eliminator was won by Jody Brady over a red-lighting Laurie Steffens. Brenda Waline and Ashley Ollinger were semi-finalists.
Jim Ulbrich parked his Camaro in the winner’s circle to celebrate his first Quick Performance S/P win of the season.
Jim Ulbrich parked his Camaro in the winner’s circle to celebrate his first Quick Performance S/P win of the season.   
Jim Ulbrich got his first win of the season in the Quick Performance S/P class. Jim bested the Lake Louie Brewery sponsored dragster of Kevin Haack in a close final. Bill Black was the lone semi-finalist. In the Maxwell Transmission Pro class final it was last year’s champ Jason Seeley besting a red-lighting Bill Cox. Sabrina Niemann was the lone semi-finalist. Both drivers ran dead-on the dial in the Delhi Lumber Sportsman class final. Tim Kania had the tree and never trailed as Travis Steffens left a little back at the start. Bruce Cox was the lone semi-finalist. Bill Gauley bested a red-lighting Kendall Keuter in the Thompson Truck and Trailers Trophy class. Shannon Duggan was the lone semi-finalist. Zach Halverson got the Toys Done Right win and the Novak’s King of the Track Run-off. This was Zach’s second win on the season.
Zach Halverson got the Toys Done Right win and the Novak’s King of the Track Run-off. This was Zach’s second win on the season.   
Zach Halverson bested last year’s champ Valerie Steffens in a close final in the Toys Done Right Junior Dragster class. Both drivers were green but Valerie ran under staying in front. Maddie Ladeburg was the lone semi-finalist. In the Novak Electric Junior Consi it was Max Kohl getting the win over Brock Azbill in another close final. Matthias Kohl was the lone semi-finalist. In the Novak’s King of the Track it was Zach Halverson getting a hole-shot win over Max Kohl. TSR would like to thank its competitors for their efforts in getting the races done.

June 10th Earlville Iowa

The second running of the Valley View Farms NCSSA S/ST class was won by Scott LaRue. Larue bested a red-lighting Jay Holmes. Holmes was in his second final of the weekend. Jerry Jones was the lone semi-finalist. Jim Hesseling bested Stephen Geiger in the Quick Performance S/P class final. Jim was better at the green and both racers were under the dial. Brad Thompson was the lone semi-finalist. Jason Azbill Jr. got his first win of the season in the Maxwell Transmission Pro class over a red-lighting Nathan Schroeder. Bill Cox was the lone semi-finalist. In the battle of the champions in the Delhi Lumber Sportsman class Valerie Steffens got the win over Justin Rosenbohm in a close final. Andrew Quinn was the lone semi-finalist. Blake Boeke won the Thompson Truck and Trailers Trophy class over Johm Ihm. Angie Carlo was the lone semi-finalist. Damon Pulliam bested a red-lighting Brian Moody in the AIH Chrome Street Bike class presented by Grady’s Graphics. Jarron Christianson and Bill Morris were semi-finalists.
Valerie Steffens got the win in High School and Delhi Lumber Sportsman. This was her second win in Sportsman this season.
Valerie Steffens got the win in High School and Delhi Lumber Sportsman.
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In the Gear-Driven Performance Open Bike class presented by Carlson Customs it was Pat Finder shifting his way to the victory over double finalist Damon Pulliam. Finder had the tree and Pulliam ran under trying to get in front. Brian Moody and Todd Tydrich were semi-finalists. Levi Mulholland got the win in the Toys Done Right Junior Dragster class final over Allie Ulbrich. Both drivers had great reaction to green but Levi ran dead-on with a 1 for the win. Daisy Begyn was the lone semi-finalist. Brandon White won the Novak Electric Junior Consi over Maddie Ladeburg. Zach Halverson was the lone semi-finalist. In the Novak’s King of the Track it was Levi Mulholland putting together a .026 package to get the win over a break-out run by Brandon White. TSR would like to thank its series sponsors and racers for competing.
Bill Cassil
Photo’s by Morgan Melchert


May 26-27, 2018  -  Haack wins Quick 16, Steffens doubles up!!!

May 26th Earlville Iowa

The Heartland and Midwest Class Racers were in the house for a 2 day S/SS Combo. High heat and humidity greeted all racers who braved the for-casted hot weekend. Mike Cotton bested a tough field of 66 racers. In the final it was Cotton and Eric Pearson for the money. Cotton was better at the green and at the stripe. Brad Van Lant was the lone semi-finalists. John Davis Jr. got the win in the Quick Performance S/P final over Nathan Schroeder. Tony Frazier was the lone semi-finalist. In the Maxwell Transmission Pro final it was Garrett Chitty getting the win over a red-lighting Jim Wolff. Brad Maxwell was the lone semi-finalist. Valerie Steffens bested Lance Schroeder in the Delhi Lumber Sportsman final. Mark and Justin Rosenbohm were semi-finalists. Bobby Bode was the big winner in the Summit Racing Equipment sponsored Toys Done Right Junior Dragster class. Bode bested Zach Halverson in a close final. Tucker Ladeburg and Eleanor Lindberg were semi-finalists. Bobby Bode the won the Novak’s King of the Track over Novak Electric Junior consi winner Levi Mulholland. Levi had won the Novak Electric consi over Breice Begyn. Austin Begyn and Kaleb Westendorf were semi-finalists. The Summit Junior Dragster Challenge presented by Summit was a big hit with the kids. They like racing for Wally’s. TSR would like to thank the NHRA for the Box Programs as well as our series sponsors.

May 27th Earlville Iowa

Sunday brought more heat and humidity for the racers and crews to contend with. In the Heartland/MCR S/SS combo it was Matt Lund getting the win over Kevin Leinart. Lund was better at both ends of the final. Paul Lindberg and Tim Dyer were semi-finalists. In the first running of our 6 race series called Wright-Way Trailers Quick 16. Bradley Green was the low qualifier with a 6.57. The eliminator was tough all the way through. Kevin Haack parked his Lake Louie Brewery sponsored dragster in the winner’s circle. Haack bested Rick Bowman in a close final. Tony Frazier and Mike Chitty were semi-finalists. Ben Haugen bested Dan Boger in the Quick Performance S/P class final. Haugen put together a .017 pack in the final. James Halverson and Tony Robertson were semi-finalists. Dustin Wells won the Maxwell Transmission Pro final over a red-lighting Jeremy Youngblood. Paul Steward and James Thompson Jr. were semi-finalists. Valerie Steffens completed a double win weekend with the Delhi Lumber class win over Mark Rosenbohm. Justin Rosenbohm was the lone semi-finalist. Zach Halverson had been denied the Wally the day before but not today. Zach bested last year’s points champ Valerie Steffens for the win. Bobby Bode was the lone semi-finalist. Aiva Moore won the Novak Electric Junior consi over Austin Begyn. Eleanor Lindberg was the lone semi-finalist. Thanks to all that weathered the weather with us.

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Feb 18, 2018  -  2018 Tech Reminders

·         Chassis certifications are good for 3 years

·         Driver restraints (seat belts) are good for 2 years from the punched date

·         Transmission /Bellhousing are on a 5-year certification

·         Chassis certification day is April 21 and will start out at Wright-Way Trailers in Hiawatha and finish the day at Tri-State Raceway. Call 563-923-3724 for an appointment time.

More announcements to follow, watch the news page for 2018 updates!!!!


Feb 5, 2018  -  2018 Schedule Announced

We have just released our Event Schedule for 2018.  Go to the Schedule page or CLICK HERE for a printable version.