2007 ASA Midwest Tour season

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2007 ASA Midwest Tour
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The 2007 ASA Kwik-Trip Midwest Tour presented by Echo Outdoor Power Equipment was the first season of the American Speed Association's Midwest Tour. The championship was held over 11 races, beginning April 28 in Elko, Minnesota, and ending October 7 in West Salem, Wisconsin. Nathan Haseleu was the champion.

Schedule and results[edit]

Rnd Date Race Name Track Location Fast Qualifier Winner
1 April 28 Elko 125 Elko Speedway Elko, Minnesota Dan Fredrickson Jonathan Eilen
2 May 20 Jefferson 100 Jefferson Speedway Cambridge, Wisconsin Dan Lensing Nathan Haseleu
3 June 1 Keith Fleck/Miller 100 Hawkeye Downs Speedway Cedar Rapids, Iowa Steve Carlson Steve Carlson
4 June 12 Back Home 100 Dells Raceway Park Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Travis Sauter Kenny Richards
5 June 22 Norway 100 Norway Speedway Norway, Michigan Nathan Haseleu Jamie Iverson
NC July 3 Independence Day Kwik Trip 100 La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway West Salem, Wisconsin Josh Vadnais Dan Fredrickson
6 July 7 July Spectacular 100 I-94 Speedway Sauk Centre, Minnesota Jacob Goede Jacob Goede
7 July 13 Appleton Memorial/Echo Power Blower 100 Grundy County Speedway Morris, Illinois Dan Fredrickson Dan Fredrickson
8 July 20 Echo Chain Saw/Five Star Race Car Bodies No Bull 100 Madison International Speedway Oregon, Wisconsin Nathan Haseleu Brandon Hill
9 August 7 Factory Motor Parts 150 Wisconsin International Raceway Kaukauna, Wisconsin Nathan Haseleu Kyle Busch
10 August 12 Shakopee 100 Raceway Park Shakopee, Minnesota Donny Reuvers Dan Fredrickson
11 October 7 Oktoberfest 100 La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway West Salem, Wisconsin Steve Holzhausen Dan Fredrickson

Championship points[edit]

Pos Driver Points
1 Nathan Haseleu 1293
2 Donny Reuvers 1253
3 Dave Feiler 1194
4 Jamie Iverson 1137
5 Kenny Richards 1133
6 Jonathan Eilen (R) 1125
7 Dan Fredrickson 1095
8 Travis Sauter (R) 1090
9 Steve Carlson 1040
10 Brian Johnson, Jr. (R) 1023
11 Brandon Hill (R) 907
12 Doug Mahlik (R) 825
13 Kris Kelly (R) 797
14 Rich Loch 795
15 Russ Blakely 780
16 Josh Vadnais 778
17 Kyle Calmes (R) 757
18 Mark Kraus 756
19 Bryan Roach 755
20 Jacob Goede (R) 561
21 Adam Royle 522
22 Dan Lensing (R) 442
23 Rod Wheeler 390
24 Steve Anderson 355
25 Johnny Sauter 345
26 Michael Pickens (R) 343
27 Rich Bickle 343
28 J. J. Mueller 330
29 Dean Cornelius (R) 314
30 Steve Holzhausen 293
31 AJ Rhoads 291
32 Kyle Busch 285
33 Jim Duchow 278
34 Jason Schneider (R) 273
35 Frank Kreyer 273
36 Dick Trickle 266
37 Andrew Morrissey 253
38 Trevor Stewart 242
39 Chris Grimes 225
40 Ron Hornaday 213
41 Jeremy Lepak 201
42 Nick Mahlik 199
43 Chad Walen 198
44 Tony Strupp 196
45 Jon Olson 192
46 Bobby Wilberg 187
47 Brian Hoppe 187
48 Rob Vanderloop 185
49 Nick Murgic 184
50 Don Turner 176
51 Collin Bamke 173
52 Tim Schendel 168
53 Jacob Humphrey 167
54 Benny VanCleve 161
55 Joe Berthiaume 152
56 Zac Davids 151
57 Molly Rhoads 148
58 Chris Wimmer 139
59 Jeff Kendall 137
60 Mike Gunderson 128
61 Kenny Reiser 126
62 Robert Maynor 126
63 Kevin Cywinski 126
64 Andy Hanson 126
65 Joey Johnson 124
66 Jeff Lofquist 123
67 Ken Schrader 122
68 John Nutley 116
69 Mike Heiss 111
70 Jeff Way 108
71 Steve Dobbratz 106
72 Mark Hartline 104
73 Eddie Hoffman 104
74 Andy Monday 102
75 Trent Snyder 102
76 Pat Kelly 100
77 Neil Knobloch 100
78 Thor Anderson 98
79 Todd Stapleman 96
80 Boris Jurkovic 96
81 Bob Menor 92
82 Mike Tetzlaff 89
83 Bruce White 88
84 Nick Panitzke 88
85 Jesse Saunders 86
86 Jake Ryan 84
87 Jeff VanOudenhoven 82
88 Brad Osborn 82
89 Travis Kvapil 82
90 Steve Rubeck 82
91 Darren Giles 80
92 Tom Lindquist 80
93 John Meidam 80
94 Bryan Turtle 80
95 Marshall Beck 80
96 Dylan Schuyler 78
97 Zach Riddle 78
98 John Baumerister 78
99 Kyle Kinder 78
100 Kevin Nuttleman 78
101 Lane Brenden 77
102 Kyle Hinrichs 76
103 Charlie Menard 74
104 Scott Wimmer 74
105 Jeff Green 74
106 Blake Horstman 74
107 Mike Gardner 72
108 Jamie Wallace 70
109 Fran Prestay 70
110 Eugene Gregorich, Jr. 68
111 Joey Miller 67
112 Corey Flynn 65
113 John Wood 64
114 Jason Weinkauf 64
115 Tim Sauter 63
116 Scott Blake 62
117 Scott Stanchina 62
118 Tommy Knippenberg 62
119 Bill Rode 60
120 Jack Kalwasinski 60
121 Jason Erickson 59
122 Jim Carlson 59
123 Dudley Fleck 58
124 Ritch Johnson 58
125 Jason Vandenberg 58
126 Mark Eswein 58
127 Eric Fransen 57
128 Jeff Storm 56
129 Eddie May 53
130 Mike Richer 53
131 JR Norris 52
132 Matt Kocourek 51
133 Erik Darnell 50
134 Dalton Zehr 50
135 Darren Bucklen 50
136 Jerry Cowan 49
137 Brad Keith 48
138 Bob White 48
139 Jerry Kobza 48
140 Wade Lynn 46
141 Pete Moore 46
142 Billy Mohn 44
143 Dave Finney 42
144 Dean LaPointe 42
145 Tyler Sjoman 41
146 Tim Hintz 41
147 Griffen McGrath 40
148 Trevor Millikan 39
149 Dan Savage 37
150 Randy Coghlan 34
151 Brad Dvorak 34
152 Jerry Einhaus 34
153 Andy Niles 34
154 Eugene Dick 32
155 Gordy Swanson 32
156 Dave Weltmeyer 28
157 Michael Bilderback 26
158 Nick Schumacher 26
159 Chris Sevey 24
160 Gregg Ruffalo 24
161 Race McComb 24
162 Joel Theisen 24
163 Tim Rothe 22
164 Mike White 22
165 Bruce Yackey 20

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "2007 ASA Midwest Tour Point Standings". ASA Midwest Tour. Archived from the original on 22 April 2012. Retrieved 22 April 2012.