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OREGON, WI – Wisconsin Dells WI-UMA Super Late Models return to Dells Raceway Park this Saturday Night June 27th for the first race of 2020 in the Alive for 5 Series “The Trickle 99”. Dalton Zehr will be back to defend his 2019 Alive for 5 Series crown against a star studded field with 35 of the Midwest Best Super Late Model drivers set to do battle, Zehr won the 2019 Championship over Edgerton, WI driver Casey Johnson by a mere 1 point in the final race of 2019 the Falloween 150. Johnson who is a past winner of the Icebreaker 100, Capital 100, Badger State 125 & Falloween 150, looks to add the missing Trickle 99 at Dells Raceway Park to his resume.

Andrew Morrissey, a former ARCA Midwest Tour Champion & Icebreaker 100 champion is back to the place he calls home & is always in the mix for a win in the Alive for 5 Series & Travis Sauter returns to the Dells where he won the inaugural Icebreaker 100.

Rich Bickle is looking forward to Saturdays Trickle 99, Bickle who picked up an Alive for 5 Fast Qualifier award in 2019 and has hundreds of Super Late Model feature wins coast to coast including winning the Snowball Derby 5 times is still chasing his first Alive for 5 Series win, The Dells, which is one of Rich’s favorite tracks is where he clicked off 14 feature wins in a row at one time in his career.

Dennis Prunty is no stranger to good finishes at the Dells and is 2018 Alive for 5 Series Champion. Prunty is a past Slinger Nationals & Dixieland 250 Champion and is hungry to get back to victory lane at the Dells.

Skylar Holzhausen is primed and ready after finishing fourth in the 2019 Alive for 5 Series with on Segment win in last year’s Capital 100.
Wisconsin Challenge Series Champion Ryan Farrell has entered, Farrell is quickly becoming a fan favorite across the Dairyland and was the fast qualifier in the Trickle race in 2019.

Minnesota’s Dan Fredrickson has entered, Dan who always has a fast race car but is still in search of his first Alive for 5 Series event. Jonathan Eilen recorded an Alive for 5 Series segment win in the Capital 100 in 2019 was the 2018 winner of the Dairyland 100 at Dells Raceway Park, also Bloomington MN driver Mark Lamoreaux will make his way down to try his luck in the Badger State.

Nine times Golden Sands Speedway Champion Mark Eswein has entered with his eye on the prize and still searching for his first Alive for 5 Series Win. “The longer races fit my style” Eswein said, a little patience goes a long way in these big races, you have to keep your car in tact on a short track to be able to have a chance at the win.

The hard charging Jeff Storm of East Troy WI has entered, Stormy finished 8th in the 2019 standings and is always in the mix. NASCAR Weekly Short Track Champion Jacob Goede will make a rare appearance at the Dells this weekend & try to see if he can add a UMA Super Late Win to his resume.
Montello driver, Bobby Kendall also looks to add an Alive for 5 win to his resume, Kendall past winner of two Red, White and Blue State Championships at Wisconsin International Raceway. The 2018 Alive for 5 Series Rookie of the Year Jake Zellmer will be back home at Dells Raceway Park where he had many feature wins in the Late Models and TUNDRA Series front runners Jordan DeVoy, Mike Lichtfeld, Kevin Knuese, Jordan Thiel, Wyatt Brooks, Mike Meyerhofer, Dennis Schmidt, Gabe Sommers, Hunter & Tod Stenson, Kody Hubred, all have eyes on the $4000 first prize.

Front running drivers from State Park Speedway in Wausau that are coming down are 2 time winner Justin Mondeik, & former Track Champion M.G. Gajewski along with Brock Heinrich. Wisconsin International Raceway drivers, Chad Butz, Mike Reichenberger, plus former Big 8 Series Champion Michael Bilderback & ARCA Midwest Tour Race winner Brandon Hill

The Alive for 5 Series Trickle 99 Presented by Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells, is 99 laps of side-by-side, heart-pounding action at Wisconsin’s Showcase Short Track. This is a race you CAN NOT MISS! Plus, the UMA 602 Late Models along with the INEX Legend cars. Dells Raceway Park, Saturday June 27th, Qualifying is at 4:45, racing at 6 p.m. Please Join US

‘Trickle 99’ – Entry List

2B – Michael Bilderback – Rockford, IL
2S – Tod Stenson – Wisconsin Dells, WI
2T – Jordan Thiel – Appleton, WI
5J – Casey Johnson – Edgerton, WI
5R – Mike Reichenberger – Appleton, WI
5T – Travis Sauter – Prairie du Sac, WI
8B – Chad Butz – Green Bay, WI
8H – Eddie Hoffman – Wheaton, IL
11K – Bobby Kendall – Montello, WI
15S – Gabe Sommers – Plover, WI
20H – Kody Hubred – Cambridge, WI
22G – M.G Gajewski – Wausau, WI
25B – Wyatt Brooks – Amherst, WI
25S – Jeff Storm – East Troy, WI
26L – Mark Lamoreaux – Bloomington, MN
33K – Kevin Knuese – Waukesha, WI
34H – Brandon Hill – Woodstock, IL
36F – Dan Fredrickson – Lake Field, MN
38D – Jordan DeVoy – Lake Geneva, WI
39M – Andrew Morrissey – Deforest, WI
42P – Dennis Prunty – Lomira, WI
43M – Mike Meyerhofer – Burlington, WI
44L – Mike Lichtfeld – Portage, WI
44M – Justin Mondeik – Merrill, WI
45B – Rich Bickle – Sun Prairie, WI
50S – Hunter Stenson – Wisconsin Dells, WI
51S – Dennis Schmidt – Juneau, WI
52H – Brock Heinrich – Wausau, WI
71E – Mark Eswein – Wisconsin Rapids, WI
72G – Jacob Goede – Carver, MN
77E – Jonathan Eilen – Hampton, MN
78H – Skylar Holzhausen – Bangor, WI
80F – Ryan Farrell – Big Bend, WI
99Z – Jake Zellmer – Burlington, WI
119 – Dalton Zehr – Menomonee, MI

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