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Unified Street Stocks

Unified Street Stocks

Vetting Custom Rigs & Rides Unified Street Stocks battle it out.

Seubert Calf Ranches Late Models in action

Seubert Calf Ranches Late Models in action

42 Paul Ninzik, 89 Brad Mueller & 74 Mitch McGrath duel in Turn 2 at Outagamie Speedway

IMCA Modifieds on 7/12/24

IMCA Modifieds on 7/12/24

6 Konnor Willinski leads a trio of Professional Plating Inc IMCA Modifieds blasting through the corner at Outagamie Speedway.

IMCA Stock Cars

IMCA Stock Cars

Monroe Truck Equipment IMCA Stock Cars in action at Outagamie Speedway.



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(Seymour, Wisconsin May 17 – Josh Mroczkowski’s Monroe Truck Equipment IMCA stock car feature win at Outagamie Speedway Friday night was beyond impressive for a couple of reasons.

For starters, the Krakow racer’s margin of victory at the checkers was a mere .028 seconds. What’s more, Mroczkowski fought off a pair of former IMCA national stock car champions to the line in the process – Pulaski drivers ‘Hot Rod’ Snellenberger and Brandon Czarapata.

Mroczkowski started inside row two of the 20 lap contest and wrestled the lead away from Keegan Van Ooyen on lap four.

As the laps clicked off Snellenberger and Czarapata, who started in the fifth and sixth rows, respectively, began methodically picking off their opponents one-by-one and began to gradually reel in the Krakow Ace.

A late race caution bunched up the field, and despite Snellenberger’s best efforts Mroczkowski beat Snellenberger at the line by mere inches. The margin was so close the finish had to be confirmed by transponder scoring. Snellenberger settled for runnerup money, with Czarapata, Nick Buckarma and Devin Snellenberger rounding out the top five finishers.

Manitowoc’s Paul Diefenthaler returned to his winning form by capturing the Vetting Customs Rigs & Rides Unified Dirt street stock feature. In the closing laps it was a battle of a pair of street stock veterans as Diefenthaler had his hands full with Two Rivers Eddie “Eagle” Anschutz. Anschutz tried both the high and low lines in his late race flurry, pressuring Diefenthaler but “Eagle” would wind up second at the pay window. A trio of second generation racers Austin Steinke, Trey Van Straten and Brooke Diefenthaler finished third through fifth, respectively.

It was a case of heartbreak in victory lane for a pair of open wheel racers. Both of the drivers who crossed the finish line first in both the IMCA modified and IMCA northern sportmod features were each docked two spots for post-race tech violations. Hence, wiping out their victories.

As a result Wausau’s Marcus Yarie was declared the winner in the Professional Plating IMCA modified division while the same fete was awarded to Marion’s Matthew Radtke in the Trailer Express IMCA northern sportmod class. Appleton’s John Schultz crossed the stripe first in the modified main as did Beaver Dam’s Derek Fehling in the sportmod class. Both drivers were docked two positions and were both awarded third in their respective races.

Green Bay’s Brett Deprez was the class of the field in the Schulte Shower & Construction/Building Blocks Childcare Center IMCA sport compacts as he led every lap en route to victory.

Action resumes next Friday, May 24 for the annual Old Glory Flight/Memorial day special featuring the Dirt Kings late model Tour. Action begins at 6:30 p.m. You can check outagamiespeedway.com for additional information.



Feature – Marcus Yarie, Wausau; Johnny Whitman, De Pere; John Schultz, Appleton; Skyler Woods, Beaver Dam; Brian Mullen, Seymour; Daniel Wilcox, Oconto Falls; Wyatt Block, Tigerton; Dan Roedl, Beaver Dam; Bruce Troesch, West Bend; Jason Czarapata, Pulaski; Konnor Wilinski, Seymour; Kevin Feck, Wausau; Matt Klenz, West Bend; Jeff Bodendorfer, Waterford; Chris Pigeon, Allouez; Gary Janke, Bear Creek; Tanner Janke, New London; Cody Hokenstad, Bucktown; Shawn Frelich, Kaukauna; Jesse Cullen, Chilton; Travis Spaulding, Greenville; Adam Abbey, Marion; Derek Janke, Symco; Trevor Spaulding, Greenville (DNS)

Heats 1) Woods; Block 2) Whitman; John Schultz 3) Daniel Wilcox; Yarie


Feature – Josh Mroczkowski, Krakow; Rod Snellenberger, Pulaski; Brandon Czarapata, Pulaski; Nick Buckarma, Sobieski; Devin Snellenberger, Pulaski; Clint Forstner, Shiocton; Daniel Sell Jr, Suring; Jeff Kropp, Pulaski; Jesse Krahn, Beaver Dam; Austin Jansen, Green Bay; Brett Wenzel, Two Rivers; Kegan Van Ooyen, Freedom; Nathan Otto, Green Bay; Aaron Karcz, Pulaski; Larry Karcz Jr, Pulaski; Will Hoefs, Shawano; Bob Czarapata, Krakow; Kayden Young, Weyauwega; Kyle Stedjee, Shiocton; Ericka Van Ooyen, Freedom; Jacob Rupert, Van Dyne; Chase Parker, Hortonville

Heats 1) Devin Snellenberger; Otto 2) Buckarma; Brandon Czarapata 3) Mroczkowski; Sell Jr


Feature – Matthew Radtke, Marion; Ryan Schmidt, Hortonville; Derek Fehling, Beaver Dam; Colten Van Hierden, Waupun; Dylan Schmidt, Hortonville; Cole Slezewski, Pulaski; Jared Spaulding, Greenville; Barrett Hummelmeier, Beaver Dam; Tommy Rindt, Shawano; Chris Kuchta, Combined Locks; Tim Jorgenson, Seymour; Owen Wilcox, Oconto Falls; Bernie Miller, Hatley; Vincent Engel, Neenah; Jordan Endries, Kaukauna; Kayleigh Blaine, West Bend; Shane Bahr, Greenville; Colton See, Chilton; Briar Hass, Neenah; Max Oreskovich, Clintonville (DNS)

Heats 1) Radtke; Fehling 2) Dylan Schmidt; See 3) Ryan Schmidt


Feature – Paul Diefenthaler, Manitowoc; Edward Anschutz, Two Rivers; Austin Steinke, St. Nazianz, Trey Van Straten, Hortonville; Brooke Diefenthaler, Manitowoc; James Fletcher, Beaver Dam; Devin Yaeger, Menasha; Jon Schultz, Waunakee; Ben Schulte, Kaukauna; Michael Czarapata, Pulaski; Malachi Bierman, Appleton; Kayden Young, Weyauwega; Tyler Nettekoven, Appleton; Tony Everard, Green Bay; Ford Malvitz, Sturgeon Bay; Carter Besaw, Omro; Tyler Fox, Brussels; Kaylee Greenwood, Suamico; Mitch Meyerhofer, Sherwood; Todd Berzowski, Pulaski; Logan Wilde, Kimberly; Beau Schroeder, Pulaski; Travis Stratton, Oshkosh

Heats 1) Besaw; Steinke 2) Van Straten; Schultz 3) Paul Diefenthaler; Fletcher


Feature – Brett Deprez, Green Bay; Shaun Bangart, Chilton; Cody Booth, Oshkosh; Al Cottrell, Oshkosh; Thomas Schulte, Kaukauna; Taylor Junk, Shawano; Bailey Tate, Clintonville; Tanner Pari, Clintonville; TJ Everard, Green Bay; Carl King, Shawano; Lucas Hacker, Shawano; Logan Boehnlein, Black Creek; Braden Allen, Sobieski; Bo White, Seymour; Nathan Bowers, Bucktown; Todd Boehnlein, Black Creek; Trevor Born, Marion; Kaitlyn Gardner, Tigerton; Nick Everard, Green Bay; Roland Vandehei III, Oconto; Gracie Smits, De Pere; Alexis Czarapata, Pulaski; Isaiah McDowell, Shawano; Kyle Jorgenson, Oneida

Heats 1) Bangart; Thomas Schulte 2) Deprez; Junk 3) Tate; Cottrell

Article Credit: Joe Verdegan

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