The ASA Midwest Sportsman Tour joined the American Speed Association® Kwik Trip Midwest Tour presented by ECHO Outdoor Power Equipment and grandstay.net at Madison International Speedway last night for the "Swiss Colony All-Star Challenge" featuring Matt Kenseth and Tony Stewart. Bobby Wilberg took the 35-lap feature event by storm, finishing almost a half-lap ahead of second place #62 Scott Null.
Wilberg was on the move from the drop of the green flag going almost three wide at times. The top seven battled side by side, jockeying for the top seven positions until Wilberg ran away with the lead. In the heat of the mid-pack battle, fast qualifier, Chris Marek, Aaron Cain, Jay Kalbus and Mike Heelein left nothing on the table and fought with each other for each and every position.
Following WIlberg to the line were Scott Null, Chris Marek, Aaron Cain, and Mike Heelein, with Stephanie Losiniecki rounding out the top six. Jay Kalbus was having a great night when mechanical problems left him having to settle for fifteenth.
The seventeen car field put on a great show for its first Fox Sports North and Fox Sports Wisconsin televised event. You can catch this event on Saturday, July 10th at 11:30AM CDT in conjunction with the ASA Midwest Tour "Swiss Colony All-Star Challenge 100."
The next event for the sportsman division is Sunday, July 18th at Shakopee, MN. They will once again be joining the ASAMT.
To learn more about the American Speed Association® Kwik Trip Midwest Tour presented by ECHO Outdoor Power Equipment and GrandStay Residential Suites Hotels and Crossings by GrandStay Inn & Suites, log on to www.asamidwesttour.com or call the ASA Midwest Tour office at (262) 514-3880 or e-mail Tim Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Steve Einhaus at email@example.com.
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Pos No. Name
1 28 Bobby Wilberg
2 62 Scott Null
3 3 Chris Marek
4 5c Aaron Cain
5 8 Mike Heelin
6 27L Stephanie Losiniecki
7 6 Jason Thoma
8 27 Tom Schuette
9 2 Shawn Upthal
10 7 Don Wickstrum
11 88 Logan Love
12 62 Tom Wutke
13 5 Doug Bennet
14 36 Scott Lawver
15 27k Jay Kalbus
16 4 Stephen Scheel
17 22 Jerry Thomsen