Heat race one saw 2016 champion Jeremy Schultz use his pole starting position to take the early lead and he would never look back, winning the heat race by more than half a lap over Craig Dollansky. But Jeremy will not only have to contend with the huge group of out of state drivers, but also the IRAs own Matt Vandervere, who has proven he can navigate the tricky Wilmot Raceway as good as anyone. IRA would like to thank long time series sponsor Bumper To Bumper Auto Parts & Service Centers, Osborn & Son Trucking, Hoosier Tire, TW Metals, Cummins Onan, Carriage Auto Body, and Wm. Lehr was the winningest (7) driver in the wing LESS class leading him to the title including the sweep of the Angell Park events.Thiel would come home 3rd in front of 4th finishing Henderson and Russel Borland would bring his Weiss Trucking 23 home in 5th. 2017 IRA point leader Scotty Thiel proved last year that he can run Wilmot as well as anyone when the All Stars came to town, but he must have Angell Park circled on his calendar as he was victorious there twice last year and will definitely be someone to watch this coming Sunday. Last years champ Doug Schenck grabbed 1 win to go along with numerous consistent runs to finish in the runnerup slot.
Nash offered its "sealed-in" engine in 1935, an arrangement that had the intake manifold case into the block.
In 1919 the company bought half interest in the Seaman Body Corp.
During the 1920's he continued to expand, buying La Fayett Motor Corp. By 1928 Nash Motors production exceeded 138,000 cars.
It is also part of the larger Milwaukee-Racine-Waukesha, WI combined statistical area, which had an estimated population of 2,026,243 in the 2010 census.
The first Europeans to pass through the area were French Catholic missionaries and fur traders.