Independence Day Spectacular
Cedar Lake Speedway | New Richmond, WI
Friday, July 01, 2022
Event Info

Independence Day Spectacular
July 1, 2022 to July 2, 2022
Cedar Lake Speedway
2275 County Road CC
New Richmond, WI 

Event Description
Before the fireworks on July 4th, watch the fireworks fly at Cedar Lake Speedway for an epic doubleheader event with "The Greatest Show on Dirt."

Series Racing
Upper Midwest Sprint Car Series, World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series

Sprint Car Track Record
10.775 seconds by Terry McCarl on 9/11/04

Late Model Track Record
12.972 seconds by Jason Rauen

To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Feature Laps Length
35

Event Schedule
2PM Pit Gates open
5PM Grandstand Gates open
6:30PM Hot Laps/Qualifying
7:30PM Opening Ceremonies
*All times Central

Frequently Asked Questions
To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Reserved Seating
Yes

Type of Grandstand
Bleachers / chairbacks

Stadium Seating
Stadium seats are allowed.

Handicapped Seating
Both sides of stadium have wheel chair accessible seating

Handicapped Parking
Outside the front gate

Pit Age Limit
NO age restriction for pits. 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent/ guardian.

Personal Coolers
Coolers are permitted at the speedway, however you are NOT ALLOWED to bring in any alcoholic beverages or glass containers.

ATMs
1

Credit Card Use
Ticket Window

Alcohol Sales
Beer and wine will be available to purchase

Smoking Policy
No smoking in Grandstands

Family Section
all areas are family friendly

Parking Cost
$0.00

Camping Availability
non-electric, onsite, sanitary facility, showers, waste services

Camping Cost
$60 for the Weekend

Closest Airport
Minneapolis, MN (MSP / KMSP) Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport

Other Airport
Eau Claire, WI (EAU / KEAU) Chippewa Valley Regional Airport

Track Info

Cedar Lake Speedway
2275 County Road CC
New Richmond, WI 

Track Phone
(715) 248-7119

Ticket Phone
(612) 363-0479

Track Email
[email protected]

Track Size & Type
0.375;

Sprint Car Track Record
10.775 seconds by Terry McCarl on 9/11/04

Competitor Info
DIRTVision Highlights
Race Recap

SHARKS ON THE LAKE: Methodical Jacob Allen Aces the Bottom at Cedar Lake

A pair of World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series champions could do nothing in stopping the new and improved Jacob Allen on Friday night at Cedar Lake Speedway.

Brad Sweet wanted it for the record books and Donny Schatz wanted it for the heart, but Jacob Allen wanted to prove his legendary father Bobby Allen wrong. Jacob’s victory, earned with a meticulous effort around the lowside of the New Richmond, WI 3/8-mile, brings him to a popular three wins on the season.

“My dad took me on a bet that he thought I could maybe win three races this year, and it made me a bit mad,” Allen joked. “I’ve got three now, and now I gotta get one more to prove him wrong. It definitely takes a toll on you being out here on the road this long and not winning for so long, but giving it everything you’ve got. Already winning three this year feels so amazing.”

While Hanover, PA native fell as far back as fifth, all eyes were on the lead trio of Carson Macedo, Donny Schatz, and Brad Sweet. Macedo led the opening two circuits, Schatz controlled Laps 3-21, and Sweet quickly rose from 10th-to-third as the three orchestrated a nose-to-tail charge through lap traffic.

It appeared to be between those three throughout the first half, but everything changed on Lap 19 restart when Allen lined up inside of row two and he rocketed to second in the Pells Tire Service #1A. With Schatz committed to the fence, Allen slow-rolled the bottom and took to the lead on Lap 22.

A Lap 31 restart offered Sweet one last chance at stealing the win away, but he fell short by 0.200-seconds at the line as Allen continued his career-year and stopped Sweet’s streak.

“I can’t tell you enough how good this feels,” an ecstatic Allen noted. “My car has never been this balanced, and it just handled so well. This package we’ve put together for these type of race tracks has been incredible. We’ve been making the right decisions and I think I’ve been driving as good as ever.”

Allen beat Schatz to the line by 0.200-seconds on the final lap. [Trent Gower]

After five-straight World of Outlaws wins at Cedar Lake, three-time and defending Series champion Brad Sweet finally saw his historic streak come to an end. His second-place result extends his mark to a remarkable 10 consecutive top-two results (when finishing) at the track. He also extends his championship lead in the Kasey Kahne Racing, NAPA Auto Parts #49.

“For whatever reason we just have a really good feel here at Cedar Lake, even when the car is off,” Sweet said after a close second-place run. “I was licking my chops on that restart thinking Donny would choose the bottom, but he went high and that flustered me. I did a bad job on that restart. Had I been a little closer I might’ve been able to pull off a last-lap miracle, but Jacob did a great job and earned that one. We’ve been off for a bit, so getting back on the podium at my favorite track feels great.”

Sheldon Haudenschild closed out the podium with a seventh-to-third run in the Stenhouse Jr. / Marshall Racing, NOS Energy Drink #17. The Wooster, OH native now has 12 podium finishes on the season, a Series-best with the World of Outlaws in 2022.

“I wanted to win that one just as bad,” Haudencshild said following his $100,000 victory last week. “I had a really bad 8-10 and got ate up off the start and was forced to do some battling. We had a good car, but the driver lacked a bit at the beginning.”

In an emotional bid to win one one for his late father, Danny Schatz, the 10-time champion Donny Schatz finished fourth aboard the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing, Ford Performance, Carquest #15. He led Laps 3-21, but faded late in the running and barely missed a podium appearance. Carson Macedo, who paced the opening two laps, finished fifth aboard the Jason Johnson Racing, Albaugh #41.

Rounding out the top-10 on Friday night was Giovanni Scelzi in sixth, James McFadden in seventh, Scotty Thiel took eighth-from-19th to earn the KSE Hard Charger Award, David Gravel scored ninth, and Logan Schuchart ended up 10th.

Updated Career Podium Totals – Allen (16th), Sweet (245th), Haudenschild (76th). [Trent Gower]

NOS NOTEBOOK (CEDAR LAKE SPEEDWAY, 7/1/22)

Jacob Allen has now claimed three of his four World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victories in the 2022 season alone. He’s now tied for 69th on the All-Time Win List alongside Dub May, Jack Hewitt, Ian Madsen, James McFadden, and Spencer Bayston.

Brad Sweet’s second-place finish ended his stellar streak of five-straight World of Outlaws wins at Cedar Lake, but continued his remarkable run of 10 consecutive top-two results at the track.

For the fifth consecutive race, a World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Feature offered three different lead changes.

Carson Macedo extended his impressive performance in My Place Hotels Qualifying, clocking an 11.449 around Cedar Lake’s 3/8-mile to record his seventh QuickTime Award of 2022 in the Jason Johnson Racing #41. He leads the QuickTime category by three over David Gravel (4) and Sheldon Haudenschild (3).

NOS Energy Drink Heat Race wins went to Kraig Kinser (124th career), Donny Schatz (497th career), and Jacob Allen (42nd career). Schatz scored the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash win, while Scotty Thiel took home the MicroLite Last Chance Showdown.

UP NEXT (Sat) – The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series continues the Independence Day Spectacular on Saturday, July 2 at New Richmond, WI’s Cedar Lake Speedway. After this weekend, The Greatest Show on Dirt heads to 34 Raceway in West Burlington, IA on Friday, July 8 and Wilmot Raceway in Wilmot, WI on Saturday, July 9. Fans can BUY TICKETS HERE, or watch every lap LIVE on DIRTVision.

NOS Energy Drink Feature Results (35 Laps) – 1. 1A-Jacob Allen [3][$10,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [10][$5,500]; 3. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [7][$3,200]; 4. 15-Donny Schatz [1][$2,600]; 5. 41-Carson Macedo [2][$2,350]; 6. 18-Giovanni Scelzi [12][$2,150]; 7. 83-James McFadden [5][$2,100]; 8. 73-Scotty Thiel [19][$1,950]; 9. 2-David Gravel [8][$1,900]; 10. 1S-Logan Schuchart [4][$1,850]; 11. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss [13][$1,400]; 12. 84-Scott Bogucki [16][$1,200]; 13. 9-Kasey Kahne [17][$1,000]; 14. 5-Spencer Bayston [11][$950]; 15. 34DD-Brooke Tatnell [14][$900]; 16. 19-Paige Polyak [20][$900]; 17. 6-Bill Rose [21][$900]; 18. 97-Alan Gilbertson [23][$900]; 19. 1AU-Marcus Dumesny [9][$900]; 20. 7S-Robbie Price [24][$900]; 21. 49J-Josh Schneiderman [22][$900]; 22. 24T-Christopher Thram [15][$900]; 23. 11K-Kraig Kinser [6][$900]; 24. 22-Riley Goodno [18][$900]. Lap Leaders: Carson Macedo 1-2, Donny Schatz 3-21 Jacob Allen 22-35. KSE Hard Charger Award: 73-Scotty Thiel[+11]

NEW Championship Standings (After 33/77 Races): 1. Brad Sweet (4,502); 2. Carson Macedo (-18); 3. Sheldon Haudenschild (-26); 4. David Gravel (-60); 5. Logan Schuchart (-70); 6. Donny Schatz (-152); 7. Spencer Bayston (-180); 8. James McFadden (-224); 9. Jacob Allen (-350); 10. Brock Zearfoss (-504).

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Results
Feature Results
POSStart+/-#DriverLapsBehindLedStatusPointsMoney
13+21AJacob Allen 350.00014Running150$10,000
210+849Brad Sweet 35-0.200Running146$5,500
37+417Sheldon Haudenschild 35-2.080Running144$3,200
41-315Donny Schatz 35-2.53218Running142$2,600
52-341Carson Macedo 35-2.9343Running140$2,350
612+618Giovanni Scelzi 35-4.088Running138$2,150
75-283James McFadden 35-5.151Running136$2,100
819+1173Scotty Thiel 35-5.672Running134$1,950
98-12David Gravel 35-5.723Running132$1,900
104-61SLogan Schuchart 35-6.228Running130$1,850
1113+23ZBrock Zearfoss 35-6.727Running128$1,400
1216+484Scott Bogucki 35-6.793Running126$1,200
1317+49Kasey Kahne 35-7.051Running124$1,000
1411-35Spencer Bayston 35-8.326Running122$950
1514-134DDBrooke Tatnell 35-10.583Running120$900
1620+419Paige Polyak 35-10.936Running118$900
1721+46Bill Rose 34-1 LapsRunning116$900
1823+597Alan Gilbertson 33-2 LapsRunning114$900
199-101AUMarcus Dumesny 30-5 LapsRunning112$900
2024+47SRobbie Price 27-8 LapsRunning110$900
2122+149JJosh Schneiderman 17-18 LapsRunning108$900
2215-724TChristopher Thram 17-18 LapsRunning106$900
236-1711KKraig Kinser 2-33 LapsRunning104$900
2418-622Riley Goodno 2-33 LapsRunning102$900
Micro-Lite Last Chance Showdown Results
POSStart+/-#DriverLapsBehindLedStatusPointsMoney
12+173Scotty Thiel 120.0006Running0$0
25+319Paige Polyak 12-1.869Running0$0
31-26Bill Rose 12-2.4666Running0$0
46+249JJosh Schneiderman 12-4.602Running0$0
54-197Alan Gilbertson 12-7.439Running0$0
63-37SRobbie Price 12-8.141Running0$0
78+1199Ryan Bowers 12-8.633Running90$300
87-123Russel Borland 12-9.220Running90$250
990O5Brandon Allen 12-10.548Running90$225
DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
11015Donny Schatz 60.0003Running
22041Carson Macedo 6-1.2593Running
35+21AJacob Allen 6-2.041Running
43-11SLogan Schuchart 6-3.496Running
56+183James McFadden 6-4.661Running
64-211KKraig Kinser 4-2 LapsRunning
Heat 1 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
12+111KKraig Kinser 80.0008Running
21-141Carson Macedo 8-0.808Running
34+117Sheldon Haudenschild 8-2.237Running
43-149Brad Sweet 8-3.161Running
56+13ZBrock Zearfoss 8-4.306Running
67+184Scott Bogucki 8-5.557Running
78+17SRobbie Price 8-5.972Running
89+119Paige Polyak 8-7.011Running
95-473Scotty Thiel 8-7.844Running
Heat 2 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
12+115Donny Schatz 80.0008Running
21-11SLogan Schuchart 8-1.504Running
34+12David Gravel 8-3.441Running
43-15Spencer Bayston 8-5.189Running
55034DDBrooke Tatnell 8-6.362Running
67+19Kasey Kahne 8-7.334Running
76-197Alan Gilbertson 8-8.982Running
88049JJosh Schneiderman 8-10.152Running
990199Ryan Bowers 8-11.861Running
Heat 3 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
12+11AJacob Allen 80.0008Running
21-183James McFadden 8-2.875Running
36+31AUMarcus Dumesny 8-3.341Running
45+118Giovanni Scelzi 8-4.193Running
54-124TChristopher Thram 8-5.892Running
67+122Riley Goodno 8-7.251Running
73-46Bill Rose 8-8.351Running
88023Russel Borland 8-8.776Running
990O5Brandon Allen 8-9.935Running
My Place Hotels Qualifying Results
POSStartCarDriverHometownTimeDifference
1741Carson Macedo Lemoore, CA11.4490.000
221SLogan Schuchart Hanover, PA11.458-0.009
3583James McFadden Alice Springs, NT11.526-0.077
41011KKraig Kinser Bloomington, IN11.535-0.086
51115Donny Schatz Fargo, ND11.551-0.102
641AJacob Allen Hanover, PA11.551-0.102
71249Brad Sweet Grass Valley, CA11.573-0.124
8135Spencer Bayston Lebanon, IN11.574-0.125
936Bill Rose Plainfield, IN11.659-0.210
101617Sheldon Haudenschild Wooster, OH11.678-0.229
11252David Gravel Watertown, CT11.727-0.278
122224TChristopher Thram Sanborn, MN11.802-0.353
132473Scotty Thiel Sheboygan, WI11.814-0.365
14634DDBrooke Tatnell San Souci, NSW11.836-0.387
152318Giovanni Scelzi Fresno, CA11.855-0.406
16263ZBrock Zearfoss Jonestown, PA11.857-0.408
17897Alan Gilbertson Kasson, MN11.865-0.416
18211AUMarcus Dumesny Sydney, NSW11.870-0.421
191784Scott Bogucki Mclaren Vale, SA11.953-0.504
20199Kasey Kahne Enumclaw, WA11.977-0.528
211522Riley Goodno Knoxville, IA12.053-0.604
22207SRobbie Price Cobble Hill, BC12.062-0.613
231849JJosh Schneiderman West Burlington, IA12.084-0.635
241423Russel Borland Kewaskum, WI12.094-0.645
252719Paige Polyak Tiffin, OH12.325-0.876
261199Ryan Bowers Nowthen, MN12.341-0.892
279O5Brandon Allen St. Peter, MN12.923-1.474

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