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Track Talk 2013

May 11, 2013 - Track Talk 1

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SPECIAL EVENT – WCSLMCS & DIVISION POINTS FINALS

With the season slowly coming to the end, tonight’s line up includes the 2012 Points Finals for the Western Elite Stock Car Tour, the Part Source Mini Stocks, the SKL Trailers Pro Trucks and the Dakota Dunes Casino Western Canadian Super Late Model Championship Series (WCSLMCS). 


DRIVER PROFILE – WADE WOHLFORD - #14 VIMY MEMORIAL PRO TRUCK

Tell us about Wade Wohlford: A. I am 49 years old, self employed since 1997 BNT Sales Agency is just that a sales agency representing several manufacturers from around the world to the Industrial and commercial distribution channels,

Tell us about your Wheaton GM Vimy Memorial Pro-Truck: A. It is a 2006 Silverado Super Cab fiber glass body with a GM 350 Crate Racing Eng #602 the truck is dedicated to remembering Canada’s fallen hero’s with a theme from WW1 with pictures of the Vimy Memorial on the front of it, I took these pictures in September of 2007 after the reopening of the memorial in Aug of that year, for a Canadian it truly felt like I was walking on hallowed ground, my son of 17 was reading the head stones in the #2 Canadian cemetery and the ages listed were 17 to 19, the look on his face and the realization of how old he was and then later to touch surnames of kids he was going to school with came home to us all. That era is gone but we just cannot forget those souls ever.

What are your strategies on and off the track? A. On the track I find pushing myself and the truck to our limits but over the years I have found that pushing past just plain hurts, the wallet mainly. Off the track I truly enjoy the little ones coming in to the pits to collect cards and sit in the race cars and trucks, the eyes are wide and the smiles just don’t stop and the best part! They go home with their moms and dads with all the sugar in them they could get off the teams.

Give us some racer wife management tips? A. Yes Dear,

How and when did you get started in racing? A. I started in 1985, a good friend of mine who is a mechanic and I went to the races opening day that year and saw a new div called THUNDER car! And for 300 bucks we could join in… well we started at 300 bucks but since then I was hooked. I have raced in the first year of Thunder, 1st year of Cascar sportsman, and I have raced Street Stocks two different times and now in the Pro-Trucks and this will be my last division.
What are your best and worst racing moments? A. Winning my first heat race in Thunder I was so excited I drove off corner one after the checkered flag! I don’t dwell on the negative of racing I find the whole sport to be my release from the day to day, the worst day at the track is still better than the best day at work,

Who helps with your set-up? A. nobody I do it all myself! LOL yeah right! Over the years I have been blessed with a lot of good people who have helped and the list is long I will mention the team this year, Derek Clark, Gary O’brien, Scott Carter, Michel Chevigny, Tyler Matheson, Travis Wohlford, I will mention crew members who have now passed on, Mark and Rubin are truly missed.

How important are sponsors? A. I prefer to call them Advertizing partners since I do own a sales agency, the #14 team does not promise results in racing but rather results in promotion of the sport and family fun with displays such as Canada Day in the park, Cruise weekend, and static displays at malls or at the advertisers locations, these business are very critical to racing as a sport here in Saskatoon and without our fans supporting them we just wouldn’t get the exposure we do, Saskatoon has a very large reputation in Nascar land as being a maverick, the Track is owned by the Club and run by the club like a business and there is no other successful racing facility in N. America like it,

What does competing in the Astro Towing 100 mean to you? A. the race itself was without question the most fun I have had in racing since I started in 1985, 100 laps without a stop in between has never been offered to any other division other than the SLM’s and the racers in the Truck Division raced just as close and just as hard as the SLM’s the Astro Towing 100 this year was very close all the way to the end and a very big Thank you to the folks at Astro for supporting our division like they had over the past two years and that includes the drivers as well by towing several race cars to the track and helping ones that can’t load up due to wrecks after the races, Astro has been a part of the SSCRA support team for many many years and they are very much appreciated. Not to take away from Scott at SKL Trailers who support the Pro-Truck as a division throughout the year.

I want to thank you for the opportunity to share with you all, the SSCRA at ACMS is all about family and good fun, it is an honor to belong to such a great group and diverse group of people!
 

Wade


POINTS STANDINGS (as of September 8, 2012)

Super Late Model

Western Elite 

Super Trucks 

1. #70 Trent Seidel - 306 1. #48 Nathan Weenk - 178 1. #99 Doug Fischer - 704 
2. #55 Jim Gaunt - 258  2. #21 Nick Allen - 136  2. #20 Neil Fitzgerald - 696 
3. #14 Glen Hertzke - 256  3. #12 Matthew Shirley - 113  3. #33 Jamie McClennon - 692 
4. #77 Greg Vangool - 245  4. #7 Casey Randall - 104  4. #0 Kevin McLean - 688 
5. #38 Dave Bone - 217  5. #49 Ben Busch - 95  5. #44 Dean Braham - 660 
6. #67 Ken Ross - 202  6. #51 Nicholas Jewel - 89  6. #8 Grant Mills - 644 
7. #44 Trevor Hannay - 201  7. #4 Tim Kammer - 88  7. #76 Dusty O'Connell - 630 
8. #22 Doug Bienia - 191  8. #27 Rick Schuurmans - 38  8. #18 Ron Larsson - 590 
9. #56 Howard Crossman - 165    9. #41 Len Zimmer - 458 
10. #88 Jason Gervais - 123    10. #2 Brian Sparks - 428 
11. #00 Denver Foran - 9    11. #48 Ed Irvine - 368 
12. #20 Ken Campbell - 6    12. #7 Dean Cunningham - 330 
    13. #79 Gary Miller - 198 

 

Mini Stocks

Pro Trucks 

Thunder Stocks 

1. #7 Darnell Schick - 624  1. #27 Scott Lucas - 658  1. #66 Brent Dupuis - 699 
2. #10 Kevin Dyck - 608  2. #50 Ben Pogoda - 585  2. #18 Mike Rea - 662 
3. #1 Scott Barrand - 582  3. #14 Wade Wohlford - 572  3. #7 Floyd Ransom - 618 
4. #14 Zachery Jalbert - 570  4. #49 Shantel Firth - 558  4. #81 Curtis Houben - 610 
5. #95 Clay Wagner - 561 5. #18 Bill Zubrecki - 552 5. #22 Ryan Fredrickson - 567 
6. #42 Landry Boisvert - 536  6. #19 Rylan Utigard - 536  6. #17 Curtis Moore - 540 
7. #41 Jamie Tataryn - 530  7. #93 Neil Schneider -  493 7. #42 Kelsey/Nicole Sheetka - 392 
8. #92 Brennan Kirton - 519 8. #8 Andrew Clewes - 476  8. #76 Logan Derksen - 89 
9. #77 Ashton Vangool - 453  9. #89 Jim Goodlad - 442 9. #3 Barry Stefaniuk - 54 
10. #15 Dawson Reddekopp - 431  10. #5 Deb Newnham - 394  10. #49 Mickey Pogoda  - 19 
11. #17 Jared Reddekopp - 348  11. #12 Aaron Deagnon - 355  11. #21 Bill/Doug Rea - 5 
12. #2 David Wilson - 234  12. #01 Alex Leschenko - 349  12. #34 Tony Mikulcik - 3 
13. #50 Josh Robb - 289  13. #3 Tony Mikulik - 206  --. #8 Dustin Randall - 3 
14. #20 Audra Cooper - 272  14 .#53 Damen Meier - 108  --. #92 Brennan Kirton - 3 
15. #5 Kirk Senger - 209  15. #54 Mike Schroeder - 3  --. #1 Scott Barrand - 3
16. #24 Eric Lumley - 195    --. #5 Destiny Klym - 3 
17. #98 Tom/Kaylee Smith - 151    --. #55 Ryan Anderson - 3 
18. #62 Kenny Heintz - 3   18. #88 Mike Baht - 2 
19. #43 Jaime Ross - 2     

 

 western Canadian

Super Late Model Championship Series

Street Stocks 

 

Sask Legends Series 

1. #70 Trent Seidel - 179  1. #19 Aaron Anderson - 598  1. #21 Blake Erb - 490 
2. #71 Greg Vangool - 176  2. #62 Kenny Heintz - 554  2. #24 Brad Blumer - 453 
3. #33 Jamie McClennon - 161  3. #34 Mike Schroeder - 553  3. #4 Dennis Kunstmann - 366 
4. #77 Jim Barnsley - 153  4. #28 Brennen Forseille - 522 4. #13 Chelsey Wilson - 363 
5. #55 Jim Gaunt - 139  5. #88 Brad Wrennick - 513  5. #26 Ernie Ludwig - 339 
6. #8 Kelly Admiraal - 138  6. #44 Craig Katelnikoff - 494  6. #2 Kerry Neufeld - 318 
7. #14 Glen Hertzke - 134  7. #3 Brad Kliewer - 435  7. #6 Shaun Derkson - 288 
8. #38 Dave Bone - 119  8. #36 Darryl Potts - 429  8. #25 Jason Jessiman - 276 
9. #5 Gary Lister - 117  9. #21 Mike Baht - 413  9. #48 Roger McConnell - 275 
10. #44 Trevor Hannay - 112  10. #11 Tryd Sawatzky - 382  10. #58 Brendan Deibert - 266 
11. #69 PJ Kondra - 94  11. #17 Jordan Dalsgaard - 320  11. #5 Kyle VanHam - 256 
12. #4 Aaron Dowler - 92  12. #47 Calvin Heilman - 306  12. #88 Jody Stewart - 254 
13. #7 Greg Moir - 89  13. #87 Jason Welkie - 269  13. #83 Robert Waite - 244 
14. #00 Tony Lambert - 96  14. #80 Guy Derdall - 268  14. #90 Danny Meier - 223 
15. #88 Jason Gervais - 84  15. #33 Ryan Thompson - 127  15. #3 RD Bergendahl - 190
16. #67 Ken Ross - 70  16. #15 Todd  Pluhator - 9 16. #22 Rick Walls - 176 
17. #0 Denver Foran - 69  17. #77 Shane James - 6  17. #27 Lowell McLaren - 168
--. #6 Chris Skelton - 69 18. #93 Harold Edwards - 4  18. #64 Byron Thiessen - 125 
19. #24 Cameron Hayley - 68  19. #89 Justin Tooley - 3  19. #44 Nick Haukauss - 94 
20. #76 Brian Johnson Jr. - 66  20. #82 Karmen Parks - 2  20. #42 Hugh Williamson - 92 
21. #56 Howard Crossman - 64  --. #432 Eric Mcintosh - 2  21. #86 Carter Horton - 58 
--. #22 Doug Bienia - 64    22. #92 Jordan Williamson - 48 
23. #54 Doug Adams - 56    23. #20 Darrell Buckingham - 4 
24. #12 Giles Thornton - 50     
--. #64 Ron Dexter - 50     
26. #2 Michael Bilderback - 44     
27. #51 Ryan Wells - 42     
--. #17 Trevor Emond - 42     
29. #89 Mark Miller - 40     
30. #72 Blair Snow - 38     
31. #67C Dean Craig - 37     
32. #21 Rob Angus - 36     
33. #99 Doug Fischer - 34     
34. #10 Roy Wallace - 22     
35. #27 Brian McCaughan - 9     
36. #28 Chris Preston - 8     
37. #79 Darrel Vallie - 6     
38. #9 Ian Admiraal - 3     

 

Next Racing Event – POINTS FINALS

Saturday, September  22nd,  2012 - Green Flag at 5PM (START TIME CHANGEd)

Divisions competing: the visiting Super Trucks, the Budget Car & Truck Rental Street Stocks, the Cooper Tires Thunder Stocks and the WSSL Auto Parts Super Late Models

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