ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

DEER CREEK SPEEDWAY

Rochester Lourdes graduate Dustin Sorensen, 22, wrapped up his first-ever United States Modified Touring Series national championship last weekend, and the $100,000 payout that comes with it.
Brothers Jim and Joe Chisholm dominated the three-night Featherlite Fall Jamboree two weeks ago to close the 2022 season at Deer Creek Speedway on a high note.
Jim Chisholm dominated the USRA B-Modifieds division of the Fall Jamboree over the past three years at Deer Creek Speedway. He jumped up to the biggest class this fall and won it again, topping the USMTS Modifieds field to earn the $12,000 winner's check.
Dustin Sorensen has led the United States Modified Touring Series points standings for a majority of the 2022 season. The Rochester native hopes he can maintain that grip on the points lead through this weekend -- with three races at his home track -- and through the season championship race next month.

ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Headlines
Eyota's Braden Brauer won a track championship at Deer Creek Speedway this summer. He added another major bullet point to his 2022 resume over the weekend, when he became the first southern Minnesota driver to win a Wissota 100 title in more than a decade.
The fourth annual USRA Stock Car Nationals are scheduled for Saturday at Deer Creek Speedway. The USRA Stock Cars will race for a $5,000 winner's purse.
One of the most anticipated events of the season at Chateau Speedway is set for this week. The annual Mike Guttormson Memorial race -- now called "The Spirit of 83" race, after Guttormson's car number, is scheduled to be held Friday at the track in Lansing.
Rochester native Dustin Sorensen continues to sit atop the United States Modified Touring Series points standings, though some veteran drivers are closing the gap on the leader.
Dustin Sorensen struggled a bit over the weekend at races in Kansas and Missouri, but the young Modified driver from Rochester still sits atop the points in the United States Modified Touring Series.
Tom Berry Jr. has won half of the races he's started this season. He added another to his list on Tuesday, capturing one of the biggest IMCA races of the season, the Harris Clash, at Deer Creek Speedway.

ADVERTISEMENT

Kasey Knutson died more than two years ago in an automobile accident, but his memory lives on annually at Mississippi Thunder Speedway. The third annual K-Town Klash is scheduled for Friday at the stock-car racing track in Fountain City, Wis.
Area stock car racing tracks returned to action this past weekend, though Mississippi Thunder Speedway was rained out. Everyone was off the prior week due to the Gopher 50 Late Model races being held at Deer Creek Speedway. There were plenty of fireworks on the track at the annual fair race in Kasson last Thursday. Then on Saturday at Deer Creek, the USRA Stock Cars put on one the best feature races the track has ever seen. It is definitely a Race of the Year candidate. It was that good.
Drivers in two different classes raced including the 75 lap Gopher 50 on Saturday, July 9.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT