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|Friday, August 8, 2014||MOD, Sportsman, Bomber, Demolition Derby, Faster Pastor
|Friday, August 22, 2014||Pro Late Model 20/30, Sportsman, Bomber, Vintage
|Friday, September 5, 2014||Pro Truck, Super Stock, Sportsman, Bomber
|Friday, September 19, 2014||*Blizzard #4,*Super Stock, Sportsman, Bomber
|Saturday, September 27, 2014||Saturday Night of Champions: Pro Late Model 100, Modified, Pro Truck, Sportsman, Bomber
|Saturday, November 22, 2014||Snowball Derby Preview
|Wednesday, December 3, 2014||47th Annual Snowball Derby|
In the News
Junior Niedecken Experiencing Revival with Renewed Focus on Allen Turner PLM Series
By Chuck Corder
Listen closely, gearheads. Junior Niedecken is preachin’.
Dewey Wayne Niedecken Jr. — the 57-year-old Milton driver of the No. 99 Pro Late Model and offspring of the first Snowball Derby winner — proselytizes on a myriad of racing subjects.
From NASCAR’s impact on the Snowball Derby to the youth movement at Five Flags Speedway or, simply, to his own areas of improvement, Niedecken’s speedway sermons would cause even non-believers to rejoice with a “Boogity! Boogity! Boogity!”
Even if you don’t necessarily agree with Niedecken, there’s no denying his lectures are provocative and, most importantly, always informative.
Take, for instance, his breakdown of how 14-year-old Garrett Jones nudged him at the line the last time the Allen Turner Pro Late Models ran at the famed half-mile asphalt oval.
“If you can’t roll the middle, it’s gonna show,” Niedecken said, explaining further, “we were tight in the middle (of Turn 4), and it cost us in the end. (Jones’) car was better than mine.
“Races are won in the middle of turns. When you’re tight, you have to put so much ‘wheel’ in it to catch up on exit. And when you’re loose, that’s when you see cars drift up in the corner.”
Niedecken hopes to not be fighting either when he battles defending series champion Jones, current points leader Johanna Long and the rest of the Allen Turner PLMs on Friday for another double feature (20- and 30-lap races) night after a two-month absence.
The Pro Trucks, Beef “O” Brady’s Sportsmen and Butler U-Pull-It Bombers round out the Fridays’ festivities, which begin when the gates open at 4 p.m. (Read More)
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Wayne Niedecken Jr.
*2nd generation driver(Wayne Niedecken Sr.)
*Over 35 years' experience in fabrication & race car set-up
*35 years in competitive asphalt racing
*Two-time NASCAR Grand American National Champion
*Has competed in 29 Snowball Derby events
*3rd in All-Time Top 10 Snowball Derby finishes
*10 Track Championships between Five Flags Speedway and Mobile International Speedway
*Owner and Operator of Niedecken Motorsports, LLC
*Specializes in construction, maintenance, and repair of various classes of asphalt race car divisions