Oregon, WI- The division that made racing at Madison famous returns to Wisconsin’s Fastest Half-Mile in 2016 with the fifth annual Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge.
Round one of the Triple Crown Challenge will take place on Friday, June 17th and kicks off a gigantic racing weekend at Madison. Not only will the Super Late Models be in action on Friday night, but they will be joined by the NASCAR Whelen All American Late Models, Dave’s White Rock Sportsman, and Midwest Trucks. The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards will be here on Sunday, June 19th for the Montgomery Ward 200.
The Challenge returns on Friday, July 22nd and concludes on Friday, August 20th with the Howie Lettow Memorial. The Howie Lettow Memorial race moved to Madison in 2015 after three years running at the famous Milwaukee Mile. Ty Majeski won last year’s race with Erik Jones (2014), Kyle Busch (2013), and Travis Sauter (2012) previous winners of the race named in honor of the long-time crew chief.
Each race is scheduled for 50 action packed laps. A very competitive field of drivers from five states is already lining up to battle it out for the 2016 championship.
Jeremy Miller was the overall champion in 2015 with Majeski picking up two wins and one for Casey Johnson. Previous champions include Chris Wimmer (2014), Johnson (2013), and Nathan Haseleu (2012).
Rules will basically follow those of the ARCA Midwest Tour and can be accessed on this link.
Information on tire procedures available on this link.
Make plans now to be at Madison for the Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge in 2016. There’s nothing like the sights and sounds of Super Late Models on track at Madison.
Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge Champions
2015- Jeremy Miller
2014- Chris Wimmer
2013- Casey Johnson
2012- Nathan Haseleu
Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge Race Winners
2015- Ty Majeski-2, Casey Johnson
2014- Dave Feiler, Matt Kenseth, Chris Wimmer
2013- Travis Sauter (2), Rich Bickle Jr., Casey Johnson
2012- Travis Sauter (5), Nathan Haseleu (3)
*Note= double features