Fredrickson….Ty Fredrickson Enters Jim Sauter Classic /

Fredrickson….Ty Fredrickson Enters Jim Sauter Classic

Wisconsin Dells, WI- Ty Fredrickson, the 14-year-old son of two-time Midwest Tour Champion Dan Fredrickson will make his first ever Tour appearance when the ‘Stars and Cars’ of the ASA Midwest Tour head to Dells Raceway Park this Saturday Night (September 2, 2023) for the $15,555 to Win Jim Sauter Classic presented by Habelman Brothers Cranberries and Don’s Auto Truck Center. The youngster out of southern Minnesota set fast time in Central Wisconsin Super Late Model action last weekend, as he progresses into the full size racing world after multiple quarter-midget Championships and Legend Car wins. The Midwest Truck Series and 602 Outlaw Late Models will join the racing program which starts at 6pm.


About Jim Sauter: Jim Sauter won back-to-back ARTGO Challenge Series Championships in 1981 and 1982. Over the course of his career he recorded twenty ARTGO feature wins and seven ASA National Series wins before heading south where he made seventy-six NASCAR Winston Cup Series starts, recording four top-tens in the process. Over the course of his career, he won some of the biggest short track races of the day including the North Star 500 at the Minnesota State Fair, Rockford’s National Short Track Championship and the All-American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds.

Schedule of Events for Jim Sauter Classic, Saturday September 2, 2023:
12pm Pit Gate Opens
2pm Spectator Gates Open
2pm Practice Begins
4:30pm Qualifying Begins
6pm Racing Begins

Ticket Pricing:
Adults: $25
Senior (65+), Students (13-17) and Military $20
Children ages 12 and under Free
Family Pack (2 adults and up to four youth ages 17 and under) $60

Divisions: The ASA Midwest Tour will be joined by the Midwest Truck Series and 602 Outlaw Late Models.

Location: Dells Raceway Park is located at N1070 Smith Road in Wisconsin Dells, WI. For additional information visit or call 608-253-7223

Past Winners Jim Sauter Classic
2021- Rich Bickle, Jr
2022- Gabe Sommers