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Press Release

By Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., May 18—It had been a long time coming, since August of 2011 to be exact, but Lowell Bennett found his way back to victory lane at the Slinger Super Speedway in exciting fashion, edging Steve Apel to win the Alan Kulwicki Memorial 60-lap super late model feature Sunday night.

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(Slinger, WI) The 35th annual running of the SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals presented by Miller Lite will feature a six-time winner, as it was recently announced that Matt Kenseth will return to Wisconsin for the prestigious event, Tuesday, July 15. After a self-imposed year off, Kenseth returns to Slinger Speedway, where he cut his short-track teeth. "I was in the stands watching Ross race last year and figured I might as well go back out and race 'em" said the 2003 NASCAR Cup Champion. "I missed running Slinger and I'm looking forward to returning."

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(Slinger, WI) Sunday night the Slinger Super Speedway plays host to the 22nd annual running of the Alan Kulwicki Memorial. The event honors the 1992 NASCAR Cup Champion and former Slinger Super Speedway track champion who perished in a plane crash in 1993.

Matt Kenseth, who would later capture his own NASCAR championship, scored the first Kulwicki Memorial in 1993. Last year James Swan, sporting the same #97 that Kulwicki made famous while racing at Slinger Speedway, drove to a spirited win over Rob Braun.

By Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., May 4—“The dude is old enough to be my grandpa and he beat me on the racetrack,” was how defending Slinger Speedway track champion Steve Apel summed it up after finishing second to 65-year old Conrad Morgan in the season opening Miller Lite 75-lap super late model feature Sunday afternoon at the Slinger Speedway.

“I hope he was thinking that when he was trying to catch me,” quipped Morgan from victory lane after holding off Apel’s charge amidst heavy lapped traffic to capture the win, “And again when he saw the checkered flag and then saw my bumper.”