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SLINGER 124: Al Graf PhotoSLINGER 124: Al Graf PhotoBy Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., Aug. 30—Dale Prunty edged his brother Dennis in a photo finish to win the Leroy Meats/Kwik Trip 60 Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway for his second super late model feature win of the season.

“That’s the way we dream of it and I’m glad we came out ahead,” Dale Prunty stated after the narrow victory. “I know Dennis (Prunty) is trying for the points, but I race everybody like anybody, “Dale Prunty continued, “Brother or not, we kicked his tail.”

“The first thing I8 0m going to do when I get home is move my transponder forward because I’m sure I had him by at least a half an inch,” Dennis Prunty said, describing his second place to the crowd, “Dale (Prunty) had me and I couldn’t touch him. I got inside of him and I put the car in there where it didn’t belong and at least we came through without wrecking.”

SLINGER 121: Al Graf PhotoSLINGER 121: Al Graf PhotoMike Egan and Scott Schoeni took the green flag from the front row and the two swapped the lead in the opening laps while Jon Reynolds, Brad Mueller, and Dale Prunty lined up behind them. Dale Prunty used the inside lane to advance to third by lap 15 while Egan eased his way ahead of Schoeni for the lead. Dennis Prunty also had his car turning well on the inside and he also moved forward, grabbing the fourth spot from Mueller on lap 20 as the lead cars worked lapped traffic. The caution flag waved two laps later when Cardell Potter slid against the turn two wall. Egan maintained the lead as racing resumed while Dale Prunty raced into second place with Schoeni caught on the outside as both Mueller and Dennis Prunty also charged past him. Dale Prunty tracked down Egan for the top spot, taking over the position on lap 26. The handling on Egan’s car began to fade and both Dennis Prunty and Mueller worked their way by into second and third place respectively by lap 35 . Dennis Prunty began to erase Dale Prunty’s lead as they maneuvered their way through lapped traffic with the laps winding down. With five laps to go, Dennis was planted on Dale’s rear bumper and a few laps later, turned under Dale exiting turn four as the two crossed the finish line under the white flag side by side. Neither driver gained an advantage through turns one and two as they headed into the third turn for the final time door to door. As they exited turn four with Dale Prunty on the outside and Dennis Prunty on the inside approaching slower cars on the inner lane appeared to break Dennis Prunty’s momentum slightly. Dennis Prunty placed his car between a lapped car and Dale Prunty as the brothers took the checkered flag nearly even, three wide with the lapped machine. The electronic scoring revealed Dale Prunty was the winner over Dennis Prunty while Brad Mueller finished third in one of his best performances of the season. Mike Egan turned in a strong run with a solid fourth place finish while Steve Apel also ran a good race in finishing fifth. Matt Kocourek crossed the finish line in sixth place ahead of Brad Dahmer and Michael Bilderback in seventh and eighth respectively. Jon Reynolds Jr. and Lowell Bennett rounded out the top ten finishers.

Al Graf PhotosAl Graf PhotosBy Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., Aug. 23—Lowell Bennett kept his cool during a rough and tumble KFC/Pepsi Challenge Championship 80-lap super lat e model feature to capture his fifth victory of the season Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway.

“What a fun night here, it looks like we got a little damage on the back of the car we didn’t even realize we had,” Bennett said after a race in which he inherited the top spot after leaders Al Schill and Dale Prunty tangled late in the event, “I was watching them and we were gaining on them every single lap there and I just didn’t want to see them get into that. It’s fun just to out-race these guys.”

Al Schill and Dave Feiler brought the field to the green flag with Feiler getting the early jump to lead the opening laps with Schill slotted behind him, just ahead of David Prunty in third. Schill pressured Feiler for a few laps before edging to the inside on lap seven to take the lead going into turn one. When Feiler quickly attempted to fill the minute gap between Schill and third place Prunty entering turn three, contact between himself and Prunty sent Feiler’s car spinning around to draw the first caution flag, resulting in both Feier and Prunty being sent to the rear of the field for the restart.

Schill led Randy Schuler and Dale Prunty as racing resumed with Dale Prunty immediately charging into second place using the inside lane as Gary LaMonte, Collin Bamke, and Rich Loch all took advantage of the inside lane to move into third through fifth respectively. The caution flag waved again on lap 17 for a two car incident involving Brad Dahmer and David Prunty in turn two with Schill maintaining his lead over Dale Prunty. Schill and Dale Prunty renewed their battle for the lead as the race went back to green as farther back Feiler began to work his way forward, pressuring Jon Reynolds Jr. for eighth. After a few taps on Reynolds bumper, Feiler muscled his way around on lap 28, sending Reynolds high on the track and as he tried to dive back in line, Reynolds cut across the front of Steve Apel, resulting in Reynolds spinning into turn one with the caution flag waving for the third time.

80 lap Super Late Model Feature

(Slinger, WI) Sunday Night August 23rd is the KFC Pepsi Challenge Championship. An 80 Lap Super Late Model Feature will headline the racing events along with the Mountain Outfitters Trike Race. Super Late Models will be joined by: Late Models, Midwest Sportsman, Thunderstock, Slinger Bee’s Figure 8’s, Westbury Bank Speedway Guest Cars and one on one spectator races. Qualifying starts at 4:45 with racing at 6:30 pm.

Al Graf PhotoAl Graf PhotoBy Dan Margetta
Slinger, Wis., Aug. 16—Dennis Prunty battled with Jamie Wallace and Collin Bamke before capturing his second feature win of the season in the Pomp’s Tire Fan Appreciation 65 Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway.

“I tell you what, me and Jamie Wallace, this year we’ve had a few incidents, but we ran clean and we ran fun, ” Prunty told the crowd from victory lane after wrestling with Wallace for the lead following two restarts, “That’s what I like to do.”

The field was led to the green flag by Wallace and David Prunty with David inching ahead to lead the opening laps while Dennis Prunty, Brad Dahmer, and Al Schill lined up in third through fifth respectively. Wallace’s car turned well on the inside line and he was able to duck to the inside of David Prunty to take the lead on lap six, with Dennis Prunty following suit a few laps later to claim second. Prunty tailed Wallace for a few laps before making the move for the lead on lap 21. With Dennis Prunty leading Wallace out front, close quarters racing in the pack behind them jumbled positions nearly every lap before things began to sort out by lap 25 with Schill occupying third ahead of David Prunty and Dahmer. The inside line was the hot set up early on with anyone advancing positions having to quickly slice back down in line across the nose of the car passed which led to numerous instances of minor contact throughout the field.