Dennis Prunty (pictured) and his nephew, Alex Prunty, are among the latest entries for the Jim Sauter Classic. (Doug Hornickel Photo)
Dennis Prunty (pictured) and his nephew, Alex Prunty, are among the latest entries for the Jim Sauter Classic. (Doug Hornickel Photo)

A Pair Of Pruntys Target Jim Sauter Classic

WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. – Dennis Prunty was the big winner at the 2016 ARCA Midwest Tour Dixieland 250 after winning the Slinger Nationals a year prior, now the former Slinger Super Speedway champion seeks to earn his biggest winner’s check yet during the Jim Sauter Classic at Dells Raceway Park.

Likewise, his nephew Alex Prunty is a two-time winner of the National Short Track Championships at Rockford Speedway, himself a former Slinger Super Speedway champion and Kulwicki Driver Development champion. He will also be chasing the $15,555 win this Saturday night when the the ARCA Midwest Tour head to Dells Raceway Park this Saturday for Jim Sauter Classic presented by Habelman Brothers Cranberries and Don’s Auto Truck Center. 

One driver could walk away with the largest payday in Midwest Tour history if they accept and win the Pit Pay Ultimate Challenge, which offers a $5,000 bonus to the fastest qualifier if they elect to start at the tail of the field and can win the 200-lap super late model contest.

The Midwest Truck Series and 602 Outlaw Late Models will join the racing program.  Currently 32 drivers have entered Saturday night’s Jim Sauter Classic, which pays $1,005 to start in the 25-car field.

Fans unable to attend the race in person will be able to watch live via SPEED SPORT TV affiliate Midwest Tour TV.

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