CLOSES OUT SEASON IN LEGENDARY 100
19, 2021) Tim Isenberg and his Isenberg Racing
team wrapped up their 2021 campaign from September 16-18
in the annual 'Legendary 100' at Cedar Lake Speedway in
New Richmond, Wisconsin. On Thursday evening in the $1,000
to win opener for the Late Models, Tim laid down the nineteenth
quickest lap during qualifying prior to advancing to finish
fourteenth in the 20-lap feature. At CLS on Friday night,
Tim posted the ninth fastest time overall during the qualifying
session, but was later involved in a grinding wreck during
the $1,250 to win main event. The incident not only dropped
the Marshfield, Wisconsin ace to a seventeenth place showing,
but it also forced him to scratch from Saturday's $3,000
to win 'Legendary 100' finale. Full results from the busy
weekend at Cedar Lake Speedway can be viewed online at www.cedarlakespeedway.com.
ISENBERG DEBUTS KRYPTONITE IN USA NATIONALS
8, 2021) The Isenberg Racing team debuted a new
Kryptonite racecar from August 5-7 in the 34th edition of
the 'USA Nationals' at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond,
Wisconsin. On Thursday night, Tim Isenberg competed with
the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series,
as a $6,000 payday was up for grabs in the weekend lid lifter.
After timing in twenty-fifth quickest in Group A during
the qualifying session, Tim placed eighth in his heat race
and tenth in his B-Main and unfortunately missed out on
the 30-lap feature that was pushed back to Friday due to
Over the weekend at CLS, a pair of $2,500
top prizes were on the line for the NASCAR Late Models.
On Friday evening, Tim finished tenth in his heat race,
sixth in his B-Main, and twentieth in the main event. In
the weekend finale on Saturday, Tim ran fourth in his heat
race and led a portion of the feature before a folded under
nose caused the Marshfield, Wisconsin driver to finish twelfth
in the A-Main. Full results from the hectic 'USA Nationals'
weekend can be accessed online at www.cedarlakespeedway.com.
BACK IN ACTION AT MISSISSIPPI THUNDER
10, 2021) For the first time since Bristol back
in March, Tim Isenberg and his #9t team hit the road to
race on Friday night, July 9 at Mississippi Thunder Speedway.
The Fountain City, Wisconsin oval greeted the Dirt Kings
Tour, who presided over the $3,000 to win 'Firecracker 40.'
Tim advanced up to third in his heat race briefly before
finishing fifth, which locked him into the inside of the
eighth row for the start of the 40-lap feature event. Unfortunately,
he was run over from behind early in the 40-lapper and a
flat right rear tire relegated the Marshfield, Wisconsin
ace to a disappointing twenty-fourth place showing. Full
results from last night at MTS can be viewed online at www.mississippithunder.com.
ISENBERG STARTS 2021 SEASON AT BRISTOL!
21, 2021) The Isenberg Racing team kicked off their
version of the 2021 racing season on March 19-20 in the
inaugural running of the 'Bristol Dirt Nationals' at the
dirt-covered Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee.
In Friday night's $10,000 to win Super Late Model weekend
opener, Tim Isenberg laid down the twelfth quickest lap
in Group A during the qualifying session, but unfortunately
suffered motor woes during his heat race and was forced
to scratch from the remainder of the program. Following
a motor change to a smaller powerplant on Saturday, Tim
placed sixth in both his heat race and his B-Main, which
narrowly kept the Marshfield, Wisconsin native out of the
$50,000 to win headliner that was ultimately won by Jonathan
Davenport. Complete results from the season-opening 'Bristol
Dirt Nationals' can be located online at www.bristoldirt.com.
CLOSES OUT SEASON IN LEGENDARY 100
20, 2020) Tim Isenberg and his #9t team were back
in dirt-slinging competition from September 17-19 in the
three-day 'Legendary 100' at Cedar Lake Speedway in New
Richmond, Wisconsin. In Thursday's $1,000 to win Late Model
opener, Tim timed in twelfth quickest overall during qualifying
before winding up sixteenth in the final finishing order
of the A-Main. At CLS on Friday evening in the $1,250 to
win program, Tim qualified seventeenth fastest and later
placed eighteenth in the final rundown of the feature. On
Saturday night in the $3,000 to win grand finale, the Marshfield,
Wisconsin ace rolled off from the outside of the ninth row
in the main event before being paid for a fourteenth place
performance. Full results from the season-ending 'Legendary
100' can be found online at www.cedarlakespeedway.com.
OF FEATURES GREET #9T TEAM AT FOUNTAIN CITY
29, 2020) The Isenberg Racing team returned to
Mississippi Thunder Speedway in Fountain City, Wisconsin
on Friday evening, August 28 for a pair of Late Model special
events. In the rain-postponed 'Dairyland Showdown' from
the week prior, Tim Isenberg started the 40-lap feature
from the inside of the seventh row and was able to move
up three positions in the $5,000 to win affair to land a
tenth place effort. In the full $2,000 to win program at
the Badger State oval, Tim timed in sixth fastest in his
group during qualifying, ran fourth in his heat race, and
later placed fourteenth in the final rundown of the A-Main.
Complete results from last night at Mississippi Thunder
Speedway can be accessed online at www.mississippithunder.com.
ENTERS SPECIALS AT MTS & CEDAR LAKE
(August 23, 2020) Tim Isenberg and his
#9t team entered a pair of $5,000 to win specials over the
August 21-22 weekend at Mississippi Thunder Speedway in
Fountain City, Wisconsin and Cedar Lake Speedway in New
Richmond, Wisconsin. On Friday night in the 'Dairyland Showdown'
at MTS, Tim placed sixth in his loaded heat race and was
scheduled to roll off from the outside of the eighth row
in the 40-lap main event. However, Mother Nature had other
plans and rain showers pushed back the feature until Friday,
August 28. At Cedar Lake on Saturday evening in a similar
$5,000 to win tilt, Tim unfortunately missed out on the
A-Main after finishing seventh in his heat race and tenth
in his consolation event. Complete results from last night
at CLS can be viewed online at www.cedarlakespeedway.com.
ISENBERG BUSY IN USA NATIONALS WEEKEND
9, 2020) The Isenberg Racing team traveled to the
renowned Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wisconsin
from August 6-8 to compete in the 33rd edition of the storied
'USA Nationals.' Tim Isenberg entered both his Super Late
Model and a local Late Model during the lucrative weekend.
In World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series competition,
Tim unfortunately missed out on the $6,000 to win weekend
lid lifter on Thursday night, as well as the $50,000 to
win 'USA Nationals' grand finale on Saturday evening - partly
due to a broken driveshaft in his consolation race.
Things went better for the #9t team in the
CLS Late Model portion of the hectic weekend. On Friday
in the first $2,500 to win show of the weekend, Tim ran
second in his heat race, but a loss of all the water in
his MB Customs mount forced him to pull off the racing surface
and settle for a twenty-fourth place effort in the 40-lap
feature. In a similar program on Saturday, the Marshfield,
Wisconsin ace placed third in his heat race and thirteenth
in the $2,500 to win main event. Complete results from the
entire 'USA Nationals' weekend can be accessed online at
RUNNER-UP IN FOUNTAIN CITY OPENER!
4, 2020) Tim Isenberg and his #9t team ventured
to Mississippi Thunder Speedway in Fountain City, Wisconsin
on July 2-3 for a pair of $5,000 to win Dirt Kings Tour
showdowns. In Thursday's opening 'Firecracker 40,' Tim advanced
four spots to finish third in his heat race and later rolled
off from the outside of the third row in the 40-lap headliner.
The Marshfield, Wisconsin ace had a terrific racecar during
the main event, as he blasted all the way up to second to
finish and impressive runner-up behind only race winner
John Kaanta. At Mississippi Thunder on Friday night in a
similar program, Tim placed second in heat race action,
but unfortunately got into the wall while battling for the
fifth spot in the A-Main and was relegated to a disappointing
eighteenth place showing. Complete results can be located
online at www.dirtkingstour.com.
ISENBERG SEVENTH IN MASTERS LID LIFTER
14, 2020) The Isenberg Racing team invaded the
renowned Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wisconsin
from June 11-13 for a trio of Late Model events that made
up the 21st Annual 'Masters' weekend. Tim Isenberg had his
best run of the tripleheader in the opener on Thursday,
as he won his heat race in preliminary action prior to winding
up seventh in the final finishing order of the $3,000 to
win lid lifter.
On Friday night at Cedar Lake, Tim drew a
poor number and on a one-lane racetrack, he could only muster
a ninth place heat race finish and a sixth place run in
the B-Main. Unfortunately, the Marshfield, Wisconsin ace
was not able to advance into the 40-lap feature, which paid
$5,000 to the winner. In the 'Masters' finale on Saturday
evening, Tim was involved in a heat race incident and wrecked
his car hard, which kept him out of the $10,000 to win,
50-lap headliner. Complete results from all three races
can be accessed online at www.cedarlakespeedway.com.
ISENBERG'S SEASON OPENER
NIXED BY POWER OUTAGE
30, 2020) Tim Isenberg and his #9t team lifted
the lid to their 2020 racing season on Friday night, May
29 with a visit to SK Speedway in Unity, Wisconsin. The
Dirt Kings Tour invaded the Badger State facility and a
$2,000 top prize was up for grabs in the 'Salute to Service
30.' Tim started fourth in his heat race and drove to the
lead and a prelim triumph with a last corner pass. The Marshfield,
Wisconsin native then started on the pole in the 30-lap
feature, but unfortunately the track lights failed at the
start of the race. Due to the electrical issues at the track,
the 'Salute to Service 30' was canceled and will reportedly
not be rescheduled. More information can be found online