Goede Gets It Done In ASA
Minnesota Challenge Series Race At Raceway Park
SHAKOPEE, MN (July 9, 2006) - Jacob Goede turned in a dominant run as he took top honors in the ASA Minnesota Challenge Series 75 lap Feature at Raceway Park in Shakopee.
The fourth stop for the ASA Minnesota Challenge Series brought the touring
series back to Raceway Park and it was Goede, a regular at the track, putting on
the show at the front of the field. Darren Wolke led the field to green as Goede
quickly jumped into the second spot. Goede then moved alongside of Wolke and
took the lead on lap four. Sixth starting Jason Schneider worked his way into
second as Goede was beginning to catch the rear of the field. The lapped cars of
Joe Knickel and Mark Holie were running side-by-side when Goede came up on them.
Goede backed off the throttle as there was no way to get around and this allowed
Schneider to edge ahead and take the lead momentarily on lap 16. The leaders
somehow shook off the slower cars and Goede once again put himself back out in
front. Goede stretched his lead to a full straightaway when the caution flew for
debris on lap 29. On the restart, Goede held the lead as Schneider and Donny
Reuvers fought it out for second. Reuvers would take over second as Schneider
and Dean Cornelius made it a four car freight train at the head of the field.
Reuvers tried both the high and low sides as he made his assault to take the
lead, but Goede held strong and continued to show the way. A couple of cautions
towards the end of the race slowed the action a bit, but it was the fight for
the lead which was the highlight of the race as Goede held on to take the win.
Reuvers took home second and maintains the ASA Minnesota Challenge Series Points
lead heading into the final two races of the season in August. Cornelius’ late
rally allowed him to take third, while Schneider and Gary Petrash rounded out
the top five.
Raceway Park, Shakopee, MN
1. Dean Cornelius (Chaska) 2. Donny Reuvers (Dundas) 3. Tim Olson (Hamel) 4.
Steve Anderson (Lakeville) 5. Zac Davids (Apple Valley) 6. Joe Knickel (Cottage
Grove) 7. Troy Wangerin (Jordan)-DNF 8. Benny VanCleve (Prior Lake)-DNF 9. Matt
Goede (New Germany)-DNF 10. Dan Fredrickson (Elko)-DNS
1. Joey Johnson (Alexandria) 2. Gary Petrash (Lakeville) 3. Jason Schneider
(New Market) 4. Jacob Goede (New Germany) 5. Darren Wolke (Belle Plaine) 6.
Molly Rhoads (Hastings) 7. AJ Rhoads (Hastings) 8. Mark Holie (Burnsville) 9.
Larry Fitzsimmons (Farmington)-DNS 10. Jerry Ziemiecki (Crystal)-DNS
1. Donny Reuvers (13.574 sec.) 2. Jason Schneider (13.635 sec.) 3. Dean
Cornelius (13.658 sec.)
Driver, Starting Position, Laps Completed
1. Jacob Goede (4) 75 laps
2. Donny Reuvers (9) 75 laps
3. Dean Cornelius (11) 75 laps
4. Jason Schneider (6) 75 laps
5. Gary Petrash (8) 75 laps
6. Benny VanCleve (15) 75 laps
7. Tim Olson (7) 75 laps
8. Joey Johnson (10) 75 laps
9. Molly Rhoads (12) 75 laps
10. AJ Rhoads (14) 73 laps
11. Mark Holie (16) 71 laps
12. Darren Wolke (2) 63 laps, Mechanical
13. Steve Anderson (5) 53 laps, Crash
14. Zac Davids (3) 53 laps, Crash
15. Troy Wangerin (13) 33 laps, Mechanical
16. Joe Knickel (1) 29 laps, Crash
17. Matt Goede (17) 2 laps, Handling
19. Larry Fitzsimmons-DNS
20. Jerry Ziemiecki-DNS
ASA Minnesota Challenge Series At Full Speed
With Weekend Double Header July 8th and 9th
SAUK CENTRE, MN (July 7, 2006) - Two nights of action this weekend are on tap for Minnesota’s best Late Model drivers as the ASA Minnesota Challenge Series holds back-to-back events at two different tracks. The Series makes it’s first trip to the I-94 Raceway in Sauk Centre on Saturday July 8th. Then on Sunday night, July 9th, the drivers will be back in action at Raceway Park in Shakopee. The races will be the third and fourth in the six race ASA Minnesota Challenge Series, which features two races at three different tracks throughout Minnesota.
Donny Reuvers leads the point standings, fresh off his win on June 30th at Elko Speedway. Reuvers also took the win in the first race of the year at Raceway Park, where Reuvers leads the track’s weekly point standings. Large car counts have been the trend at all stops so far this season and this weekends pair of races looks to continue that trend.
Saturday’s I-94 Raceway program is scheduled for a 7 PM start, while Sunday’s Raceway Park event is set to begin at 6 PM.
The ASA Minnesota Challenge Series takes a bit of a break before the final two races of the series on August 25th and 26th with back-to-back races at Elko Speedway and I-94 Raceway.
For additional Technical information contact ASA Minnesota Challenge Series
Head Tech Inspector Mike Lemke at (920) 863-8012. Follow all the action at the
ASA Minnesota Challenge Series web site www.minnesotalatemodelchallenge.us
Sunday May 21st Raceway Park Race Winner: Donny Reuvers
Friday June 30th Elko Speedway Race Winner: Donny Reuvers
Saturday July 8th I-94 Raceway
Sunday July 9th Raceway Park
Friday Aug. 25th Elko Speedway
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