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Four-wide salute at Huset's, Paige Polyak (19), Lynton Jeffrey (12), Mark Dobmeier (13), Danny Lasoski (2) (Doug Johnson Photo)


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FVP National Sprint League Notes from the Weekend at Huset’s and Knoxville!

FVP National Sprint League Notes from the Weekend at Huset’s and Knoxville!

Windom, MN (July 6, 2015) – Large crowds at Huset’s Speedway in South Dakota and Knoxville Raceway in Iowa came out to the see the FVP National Sprint League over Independence Day weekend. It was a couple of veterans who provided the fireworks for race fans, as Danny Lasoski and Terry McCarl picked up wins. Following are some notes from the weekend…

Dude vs. TMAC – At Knoxville on Saturday, fans were treated to the rivalry of two veterans who have been racing there off and on since the 1980’s. The assembled throng seemed evenly divided rooting for their favorite, whether it was Danny Lasoski or Terry McCarl. In the end, McCarl was able to hold everyone off for his second NSL win of the year. The Altoona, Iowa driver was emotional in Victory Lane and quick to thank his team and the fans for their support since he fractured a vertebrae in his back in early May. Lasoski got the best of the field on Friday at Huset’s, leading all 35 laps on a fast track. That was his fourth NSL victory of the season, which leads all competitors.

DeBerg Concrete Challengers – Lasoski’s win at Huset’s means he’s eligible to earn the DeBerg Concrete $25,000 Triple Crown Challenge bonus. With NSL wins at Knoxville and Huset’s, all that remains for “Dude” is a win at the Jackson Nationals finale in Minnesota on September 5. McCarl’s win at Knoxville made the July 26 stop at Huset’s Speedway big for him. It is the only other event at Huset’s before the Jackson Nationals on September 5, meaning he must win that night to be eligible. Of course, another driver could win at Huset’s on July 26 and at the one remaining Knoxville date on August 29 and still be eligible. Got all that? Good.

Second Opinion for Brown – Brian Brown had a large mud clod enter his cockpit Saturday night. The impact not only hit the outside of his arm, but was blunt enough to open a quarter size hole on the inside of his arm as well. After getting the blood stopped, he was taken to the hospital and X-rays were negative for a break. He will get a second opinion from his doctor in Missouri this morning. We wish Brian a speedy recovery!

Hero to Zero to Hero – Mark Dobmeier had an up and down weekend with the NSL. After taking second early in the feature at Huset’s, it looked like the five-time champ may eventually have something for Lasoski. After tangling with a lapped car, however, he ended the night upside down. After struggling at Knoxville the previous week, the Jimco Motorsports #13 team made the redraw on Saturday and went from seventh to finish fifth.

Three’s are Wild – Danny Lasoski became the first recipient of the series Brown & Miller Racing Solutions “3 for 3 Award” on Friday. The award is $333 from BMRS, and is given to the driver finishing on the podium for three straight nights. Not only, did Danny do that in the #2, but he won three straight! He had to start over again Saturday at Knoxville, but his second place finish has him starting another streak!

BC Comes from Behind – Bryan Clauson had a strong night in his first ever trip to Huset’s. After coming out late to qualify fourth quick, he failed to make it through his heat. After finishing second in the B, and starting tenth in the feature, he rocketed to a third place finish aboard the Matt Wood Racing #17w.

Big Jump for Ian – Aussie Ian Madsen advanced from eighth to fifth in the point standings after a solid weekend. He followed a run from ninth to fourth on Friday at Huset’s with a podium run at Knoxville on Saturday. The defending Knoxville Raceway track champ also won a Sprint Invaders race Thursday night at the Iowa State Fair Speedway in Des Moines. The NSL visits Des Moines on Wednesday, July 22.

What if for the 17B? – Strange circumstances had Bill Balog scratching his head at Huset’s Friday night. After qualifying for the redraw and having a starting spot in row four, he pushed off for the feature with a flat left rear. It turns out a faulty bleeder was the suspect. After charging up through the pack a ways from the tail, his right front tire came off the bead on a heavy cushion. He roared back to 13th the final few laps, but it was a disappointing ending to the night with a track that fits his style.

Zomer Zips at Huset’s – With a strong fan following in attendance, Dusty Zomer did his hometown proud Friday night in the Buffalo Wild Wings #82. After recording the third quick time, and getting through his heat, he redrew the final spot, eighth. In the end, he would charge to a second place finish in pursuit of Lasoski.

Pole Scramble – In the eight features contested with the NSL in 2015, there have been seven different drivers who have drawn the pole. Only Brad Loyet has done it twice (Eagle Raceway and St. Francois County Raceway). Last weekend, Ohio visitor Paige Polyak and Altoona, Iowa’s Austin McCarl were lucky with the draw.

The FVP National Sprint League brings 410 sprint car racing to the Sioux City area for the first time since 2000 this Friday night, July 10. The Park Jefferson International Speedway near Jefferson, South Dakota will play host. Visit for information and discounts on advance tickets you can purchase online!

Photo: The four-wide Salute at Huset’s Friday saw Paige Polyak (19), Lynton Jeffrey (12), Mark Dobmeier (13) and Danny Lasoski (2) up front (Doug Johnson Photo)

2015 FVP National Sprint League Driver Point Standings (Top 25)

  1. Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO 2 2611
  2. Tim Kaeding, San Jose, CA 3 2290
  3. Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA 24 2243
  4. Brian Brown, Grain Valley, MO 21 2176
  5. Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Aust. 18 2134
  6. Bill Balog, Brookfield, WI 17B 2023
  7. Dusty Zomer, Sioux Falls, SD 82 1998
  8. Mark Dobmeier, Grand Forks, ND 13 1994
  9. Brooke Tatnell, Sans Souci, NSW, Aust. 55 1931
  10. Bryan Clauson, Noblesville, IN . 17w 1893
  11. Davey Heskin, St. Michael, MN 56 1753
  12. Lynton Jeffrey, Prairie City, IA 12 1641
  13. Austin McCarl, Altoona, IA 17A 1589
  14. Matt Juhl, Sioux Falls, SD 09 1365
  15. Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA 44 1190
  16. Dakota Hendrickson, Omaha, NE 5H 1179
  17. Tasker Phillips, Pleasantville, IA 7TAZ 1154
  18. Brad Loyet, Sunset Hills, MO o5 1115
  19. Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA 49 1047
  20. Wayne Johnson, Knoxville, IA 77x 796
    Ryan Bunton, Morton, IL 7R 796
  21. Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL 9 664
  22. Austin Johnson, Pleasant Hill, IA 81 663
  23. Stu Snyder, Waverly, NE 23s 650
  24. Kaley Gharst, Decatur, IL 7 596

2015 FVP National Sprint League Schedule

Saturday, April 11 – 34 Raceway (Wayne Johnson, Knoxville, IA)
Friday, May 8 – Eagle Raceway (Brad Loyet, Sunset Hills, MO)$
Saturday, May 9 – Knoxville Raceway (Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO) ($20,000 bonus from Durst Motorplex to win Eagle and Knoxville)$
Friday, May 15 – Jacksonville Speedway, “Sprints Gone Wild” w/MOWA (Rain)
Friday, May 22 – Jackson Speedway, Folkens Bros. Trucking Spring Nationals - $10,000 to win! (Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA)
Sunday, May 24 – Huset’s Speedway (Rain)

Thursday, May 28 – St. Francois County Raceway, “March Through Missouri” (Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO)
Friday, May 29 – Randolph County Raceway, “March Through Missouri” (Rain)
Saturday, June 27 – Knoxville Raceway, Mid-Season Championship, $5,000 to win (Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO)*
Friday, July 3 – Huset’s Speedway, $5,000 to win (Danny Lasoski, Dover, MO)*
Saturday, July 4 – Knoxville Raceway (Terry McCarl, Altoona, IA)*
Friday, July 10 – Park Jefferson International Speedway (Jefferson, SD)
Tuesday, July 21 – Hancock County Speedway (Britt, IA)+
Wednesday, July 22 – Iowa State Fair Speedway (Des Moines, IA)+
Thursday, July 23 – Jackson Speedway (Jackson, MN)+
Friday, July 24 – Crawford County Speedway (Denison, IA)+
Sunday, July 26 – Huset’s Speedway (Brandon, SD)*
Thursday, July 30 – I-80 Speedway “Road to Knoxville” $5,000 to win (Greenwood, NE)
Friday, July 31 – I-80 Speedway “Road to Knoxville” $10,000 to win (Greenwood, NE)
Monday, August 10 – Southern Iowa Speedway, $20,000 to win Front Row Challenge (Oskaloosa, IA)
Friday, August 21 – Fairmont Raceway (Fairmont, MN)
Saturday, August 22 – Clay County Fair Speedway (Spencer, IA)
Friday, Augusts 28 – Randolph County Raceway (Moberly, MO)
Saturday, August 29 – Knoxville Raceway, $5,000 to win (Knoxville, IA)*
Sunday, August 30 – Angell Park Speedway, w/IRA (Sun Prairie, WI)
Friday, September 4 – Jackson Speedway, Jackson Nationals (Jackson, MN)
Saturday, September 5 – Jackson Speedway, Jackson Nationals (Jackson, MN)*
Sunday, September 6 – Huset’s Speedway (Brandon, SD)
Friday, September 11 – Eagle Raceway, Nebraska Cup (Eagle, NE)
Saturday, September 12 – Cedar Lake Speedway, Jerry Richert Memorial w/IRA (New Richmond, WI)
Friday, October 2 – I-80 Speedway, “Fearless 410 Finale” (Greenwood, NE)
Saturday, October 3 – I-80 Speedway, “Fearless 410 Finale” (Greenwood, NE)

*-DeBerg Concrete Triple Crown Challenge Eligibility Race (Must win one at Knoxville, Huset’s and the Jackson Nationals finale September 5)
+-FVP National Sprint League Fair Speedweek
$-Durst Motorplex $20,000 Bonus for Sweeping

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