Winston Speed Way

Winston Speed Way

Jordan Dahlke Will Win The Winston Speedway Track Championship In 2022
In 2021, Jordan Dahlke won eight races to capture the Winston Speedway Track Championship. He rides a No. 37 Lazer Chassis. Jordan is the son of legendary driver David Dahlke. The track has been a staple in the Midwestern United States for over a century. He has won eight races at Winston in the last four years and is poised to continue this tradition in 2022. Read on to learn more about this champion’s incredible dominance.
Conklin’s dominance
The Sportsman Division is one of the top divisions in the country, and former NFL quarterbacks are no exception. In the last race at Winston Speedway, Conklin dominated the field after starting fifth and advancing to the lead. Among his other wins, he was the only driver to win three races. Andrew Conklin’s dominance at Winston Speedway continues this year. Conklin will race against Steve Smith at the Winston Speedway on June 30.
Goodwin’s dominance
The newest owner of Winston Speedway, Mike and Judy Goodwin, has extensive roots in racing. Both have held track management positions and are active in other sports. Mike Goodwin is a former flagman at Thunderbird Raceway and currently drives a Late Model. The Goodwins took over the track last week after Grega’s retirement, which was celebrated with a walk through the pit area to thank the people who had helped him build Winston’s legacy.
Grega’s dominance
Dain Naida continues to lead the points at Winston Speedway. The only other driver to win a feature at Winston in the last three weeks is Grega. Dain Naida has won three of the last four meetings. The SOD Sprint cars will make their first appearance in West Michigan. All other classes will be in action. Gates open at 4 p.m., with hot laps starting at 6 p.m. Grega’s dominance continues to grow.
Dahlke’s first race at another track
It was the young driver’s first race at another track, and it went as well as one could have hoped. Starting from ninth position, he quickly gained ground on Dahlke and passed him on lap 12. However, the event would be marred by the third yellow of the day on lap 17. During the first turn of the front stretch, Schwartz lost control and crashed into the path of 2017 series champion Jack Dossey III. In addition, local racer Lauren Bush was also collected by Schwartz. While both drivers walked away from the crash, both cars sustained heavy damage.