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4/14/2024 -
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Marshalltown Speedway Frostbuster wins to Berry, M...

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4/6/2024 -
April 5, 2024 (MARSHALLTOWN, IA) The Karl Auto Group Marshalltown Speedway held its first race of the season on Friday night, with the running of its

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Shryock takes crown in King of the High Banks at Marshalltown Spe

Shryock takes crown in King of the High Banks at Marshalltown Spe...

4/14/2024
April 12, 2024 Friday night was Night #2 of the King of the High Banks at the Karl Auto Group Marshalltown Speedway. One hundred seventy-one race cars checked into the pits for the night's racing that not only included the headlined IMCA Stock Car $5,000 to win show, but...more
Night #1 King of the High Banks at Marshalltown Speedway

Night #1 King of the High Banks at Marshalltown Speedway

4/12/2024
April 11, 2024 Thursday night, April 11, Marshalltown Speedway held Night #1 of the King of the High Banks 2-night show. Drivers from all over the United States made their way to the fast quarter mile. There were 150 cars in competition with 55 IMCA Stock Cars on hand to...more
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4/6/2024
April 5, 2024 (MARSHALLTOWN, IA) The Karl Auto Group Marshalltown Speedway held its first race of the season on Friday night, with the running of its Frostbuster special. Sponsor of the night was H & H Tiling, Dozing, and Excavating. Frostbuster was an appropriate title...more
April 2nd Open Practice Cancelled

April 2nd Open Practice Cancelled

4/1/2024
Due to heavy rains on April 1st, the track and grounds are too wet. Track crews will focus on getting ready for the Friday April 5th H&H Tile, Dozing, and Excavating 505 Extravaganza IMCA Frostbuster.


Feature wins to Ward, Olson, and Dhondt, as ten Stock Cars lock in for King of the High Banks
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4/15/2023

Marshalltown Speedway


Feature wins to Ward, Olson, and Dhondt, as ten Stock Cars lock in for King of the High Banks

Marshalltown, Ia (April 13)
Night #1 of the $5,000 to win King of the High Banks for the IMCA Stock Cars is finally in the books, after five years of trying. Weather outs and Covid 19 had not allowed even one night of the two day show to be run. Thursday night, it happened! Ten Stock Cars locked themselves in for their big 50 lap feature tomorrow night. The IMCA Modifieds, Northern SportMods, and Hobby Stocks each ran a full show.

The IMCA Friesen Performance Northern SportMods ran 20 laps for their feature event, with a $500 payday.

Tony Olson took command of the race on lap four, quickly moving to the top spot after starting ninth. Logan Anderson and Brayton Carter gave Olson a few challenges but to no avail. Olson sailed home to the checkers, and the win. Anderson took the runner up spot, after starting eleventh, and Carter came from tenth starting position, to take third. Fourth went to Sam Wieben, and Jenae Gustin rounded out the top five.

The IMCA Friesen Performance Modifieds were running for $1,000 as well as a Fast Shafts All-Star qualifier.

Last week's Frostbuster winner, Tim Ward started third, and had the lead after passing Dylan Thornton on lap two. He never looked back from there as he took home his second win in two weeks at the Speedway. Early leader Thornton took second over fifth place starter, Jake McBirnie. Todd Shute came from ninth, to finish fourth, and Zack VanderBeek, piloting the Maguire DeJong hotrod, was fifth.

The IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks ran a 20 lap feature that paid $500.

Luke Ramsey, Bedford, Iowa was the early leader, but he soon had company. Eric Stanton, started sixth, and was knocking on his door quickly, taking over the lead at lap seven. Calvin Dhondt, meanwhile, had thrown his hat into the ring, and was challenging, along with Eric Knutson. Knutson grabbed the lead away on lap ten, and then it was a thrilling three-way battle of Knutson, Stanton, and Dhondt. Dhondt took to the top of the track, and was able to make the momentum up top work on lap sixteen. He then held that top spot the rest of the way home, and score his second win at the track in as many weeks as well. Knutson finished as the runner up, with Ramsey getting by Stanton in the closing laps as they went third and fourth respectively. Solomon Bennett rounded out the top five.

The headliner IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, 57 in all, ran six heats, and then six inverted start heats, scoring passing points. Top ten in passing points are locked in to tomorrows 50 lap King of the High Banks feature. Those ten drivers are: Dallon Murty, Chelsea, Iowa, Jim Horejsi, Marshall, Minnesota, Troy Jerovetz, Iowa Falls, Iowa, Tyler Wilson, Little Suamico, Wisconsin, Dylan Thornton, Orcutt, California, Damon Murty, Chelsea, Iowa, Jeffrey Abbey, Comanche, Texas, Buck Schafroth, Orient, Iowa, Tom Berry, Jr., Des Moines, Iowa, and Jeff Mueller, Albion, Iowa. The Stock Cars will complete their qualifying tomorrow.


Article Credit: Joyce Eisele

Submitted By: Jerry Vansickel

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