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SUPERSEAL #8 Car Matt Kenseth Wins

After winning the Slinger Nationals SUPERSEAL was asked once again to sponsor Matt at Madison. For many years SUPERSEAL along with other teams has tried to win the nationals with no success. Matt Kenseth made our dream come true! He drove the wheels off the #8 car lap after lap like magic putting all of us in victory circle.


5 Flags Speedway – 47th Annual Snowball Derby

SUPERSEAL Construction Products will be racing the Late Model # 42 in the snowflake race at in the 47th Annual Snowball Derby from Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. For the first time in the 47-year history of the Snowball Derby, 51 TV is offering every race fan, regardless of their location, the chance to see the biggest short track race in North America.

This isn’t just a web stream with one camera and the track PA feed for commentary. This is a 10-camera production, with veteran NASCAR broadcaster Bob Dillner on the call for the Snowball Derby. Veteran motorsports broadcaster Derek Pernesiglio will be roaming pit road with two other pit reporters, as well.

SUPERSEAL’s high performance air gap products are quickly becoming the dominant leader for most types of construction projects and SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor and SUPERSEAL Carpet & Laminate Subfloor, are available “At your local Menard’s”. Whether it is a residential, commercial or an industrial project, SUPERSEAL provides moisture control products to meet your needs. The guaranteed outstanding performance, ease of use and low cost has made SUPERSEAL products widely accepted and favored by builders, waterproofing contractors and do-it-yourselfers across North America.

Yakima Speedway – SUPERSEAL Twin 75’s

Oct 3rd to 5th at the Yakima Speedway it’s the Fall Classic Weekend and SUPERSEAL is sponsoring the Late Model Twin 75’s.

Late Model drivers will race 75 laps on Saturday and Sunday. The driver with the most combined points in both races wins $5000.00.

Also racing in the Super Late Model race will be SUPERSEAL Driver Brian Johnson Jr and Driving for Superpro Coatings will be Ron Dexter and Michael Bilderback.

Make sure to bring your kids and enter them to win one of the 12 free bicycles SUPERSEAL will be giving away.

SUPERSEAL’s high performance air gap products are quickly becoming the dominant leader for most types of construction projects and SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor and SUPERSEAL Carpet & Laminate Subfloor, are available “At your local Menards”. Whether it is a residential, commercial or an industrial project, SUPERSEAL provides moisture control products to meet your needs. The guaranteed outstanding performance, ease of use and low cost has made SUPERSEAL products widely accepted and favored by builders, waterproofing contractors and do-it-yourselfers across North America.

SUPERSEAL Teams Up with Ross Kenseth in the Battle for Berlin

Jenison, MI – Boyne Machine Racing is proud to announce that SUPERSEAL Construction Products has jumped onboard the #77 Boyne Machine Racing Ford of Ross Kenseth for this weekends Battle at Berlin Raceway event.

SUPERSEAL was the primary sponsor of Kenseth earlier this week, in the 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals in Slinger, Wisconsin. The partnership continues with Boyne Machine Racing and Ross Kenseth, as SUPERSEAL will adorn the hood and quarter panels once again, this time in Marne, Michigan at Berlin Raceway. The .438-mile speedway plays host to the ARCA/CRA Super Series ‘Battle at Berlin 251’ on Saturday night, with 38 registered drivers from across the nation.

SUPERSEAL Construction Products Ltd will join sponsors Boyne Machine Company, Enterprise Iron & Metal and DOC360. Additional sponsors include McGunegill Engine Performance, Draco Springs, Penske Racing Shocks, AP Racing Brakes, Quartermaster, Fast Signs of Appleton, Wisconsin and M.P.H. Promotions.

SUPERSEAL’s high performance air gap products are quickly becoming the dominant leader for most types of construction projects and SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor and SUPERSEAL CArpet & Laminate Subfloor, are available “At your local Menards”. that require damp-proofing or waterproofing protection. Whether it is a residential, commercial or an industrial project, SUPERSEAL provides moisture control products to meet your needs. The guaranteed outstanding performance, ease of use and low cost has made SUPERSEAL products widely accepted and favored by builders, waterproofing contractors and do-it-yourselfers across North America.
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To learn more about Ross Kenseth and follow his 2014 campaign with Boyne Machine Racing,

please visit his website at or on Facebook at You can also keep up with Ross by following him on Twitter @RossKenseth as well as Live Race Updates at @BoyneMachRacing.

Heartbreak and Heartfelt Emotions in 2014 SUPERSEAL Slinger Nat’Is

As he exited his car in victory lane, the first thing Chris Wimmer said was that this was the biggest win of his career. On Tuesday night, he held off NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth to win the 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals at Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wisconsin.

Wimmer took over the top spot on lap 176 of the 199-lap event after early leader Dennis Prunty fell out of the race with ignition problems. From there, Wimmer was just looking for the finish line.

“I was just trying to get to the end of the race. I kept shouting over the radio, asking how many laps to go,” Wimmer told powered by “When the flagman showed five laps to go, I knew I just had to hang
on there, run the same laps and not screw up.

“It hasn’t sunk in yet; this is a neat deal. I grew up coming here to watch it as a kid and also watch my brother, Scott, race in it. He should have won it a couple of times. But to come here and win it on my second or third try is cool. Scott was in the spotters stand helping me tonight.”

Over the course of the last five laps, Wimmer encountered heavy lap traffic, which allowed Kenseth to close in and challenge for the win.

“We just caught him at the wrong time. If a lapped car would have lifted down the backstretch, we may have had a shot in three and four,” said Kenseth, who was looking for his record-setting seventh win in this race. “Wimmer and Casey Johnson were slipping back, but we weren’t all that great either.”

Dennis Prunty started on the pole and had a dominant car all night. Wimmer didn’t believe he had enough to challenge Prunty for the win but when Prunty fell of the pace and parked his No. 22 machine in the infield, things changed.

“I didn’t have anything for him,” Wimmer said. “But once he broke, my eyes lit up and it was go time.”

Prunty said after the race that, while leading, he just knew something would change the outcome of the race.

“The whole time I felt this was too easy, something was going to happen,” Prunty said. “There was going to be a caution or something else. I stopped pressuring the lapped traffic because I didn’t want those guys to get nervous on going a lap down and crash each other. I just took it easy. My crew was telling me how far back Wimmer was, and I said really? Then with about 25 laps to go, we were done.”

Casey Johnson battled with Kenseth for the second position late in the race and came home with a third-place finish.

“I’m pretty happy with my finish. I thought we had something for Wimmer at the end if the brakes didn’t go away, but the car was pretty quick,” Johnson said. “With 25 laps to go, the brake pedal was pretty much going to the floor.”

The entire race only had two cautions, both of which came in the first half of the race. The second half of the event went caution free.

“I wasn’t surprised that the last 100 laps went caution free,” Kenseth said, when asked about the long run. “With the Hoosier tire they used, along with them grounding the track, it was real sticky out there.”

Former Slinger Nationals winner Conrad Morgan was fourth and Dalton Zehr completed the top-five.

Along with the check for $9,999.99, Wimmer also took home the Larry Detjens Memorial trophy. The trophy was named in honor of Wimmer’s late uncle, who won the first Slinger Nationals 35 years ago. Roughly one month after winning the race, Detjens sadly lost his life in a racing accident at Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna, Wisconsin.

“This is cool that we are finally able to bring this trophy home to the family, ” Wimmer said. “The trophy means a lot more than many think for all of us.”

Story by Kevin Ramsell @kevinramsell, Midwest Editor,

35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals Results

1. Chris Wimmer
2. Matt Kenseth
3. Casey Johnson
4. Conrad Morgan
5. Dalton Zehr
6. Steve Apel
7. Andrew Morrissey
8. Lowell Bennett
9. Nathan Haseleu
10. Austin Luedtke
11. Brad “JJ” Mueller
12. Steve Dorer
13. Travis Dassow
14. Brian Johnson Jr.
15. Rob Braun
16. Tim Lampman
17. Dennis Prunty
18. Michael Bilderback
19. Ross Kenseth
20. Mike Egan
21. Braison Bennett
22. John DeAngelis
23. James Swan
24. Paige Decker

SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals Commerical


July 15, 2014 – SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals

July 11, 2014 Matt Kenseth returns to Slinger (Wis.) Speedway on Tuesday, July 15 for the 35th annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals. Driving the black No. 8 Smart Motors Toyota, Kenseth will attempt to add to his record-setting six wins in one of the nation’s most prestigious short-track, late model events. “The Slinger Nationals was always the biggest short track race in Wisconsin and one of the most well known around the country,” said Kenseth, a Wisconsin native. “I try to get back and race it every once and a while. Last year I was up there but didn’t race. I just watched (son) Ross race and I got to thinking, ‘Man, if I’m going to be in the stands watching, I might as well be out there racing with those guys.’”

Read the full Speed51 article


July 15, 2014 – SUPERSEAL Presents the 35th Slinger Nationals (In Memory of Dick Trickle)

(Slinger, WI) July 4, 2014 The Slinger Super Speedway’s 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals presented by Miller Lite, on July 15, is set to pay $9999 to win and $999 to start in a tribute to the late Dick Trickle who carried the familiar number 99 on his race cars.

Dick Trickle became a short-track legend, and was regarded as “America’s Winningest Racer”, with an estimated 1200 wins in his illustrious career. Trickle, who passed on in 2013, was a 4-time champion of the Slinger Nationals, an event that he suggested to then-promoter Wayne Erickson in 1980.

Drivers from across the country are already committed to the event. Topping the list is NASCAR and 6-time Slinger Nationals champion Matt Kenseth, a Wisconsin native.

Steve Dorer, the Red Bud 300 Champion and Florida United Promoters Series Champion, will be visiting from Lakeland, Florida.

Ross Kenseth will make the trip from Michigan in his first visit in his new Boyne Machine entry.

Other Slinger Nationals champions expected are 2005 titlist Nathan Haseleu; 1999 winner Conrad Morgan and 5-time champion Lowell Bennett. in addition, former track champions Steve Apel, Dennis Prunty, Brad “JJ” Mueller, and Al Schill will be looking for their first Nationals title and a $9,999 pay day .

Slinger Speedway is located off of Highways 41 and 144 at 280 Cedar Creek Road in Slinger, WI. Advance sale tickets for the Slinger Nationals and a special meet and greet with Matt Kenseth and other select drivers can be purchased through the track website at Slinger Super Speedway or call the track office at 262-644-5921.

SUPERSEAL Races Iowa/Steve Smith’s 1st Camping World Start

Iowa Speedway) Sept 9, 2013, 2013

Steve Smith made his first ever Nascar Camping World start September 9th at the Iowa Speedway. Despite getting lapped by the leaders, Steve was cruising along and starting to get a great feel for the track while the driver shaft broke and ended his night.

We look forward to seeing Steve race again soon.

Rich Bickle Goes Out a Champion

(Slinger, WI) July 2nd, 2013

Long after the races ended with the crowd filed out of the gates and the parking lots emptied, the quietness around the Slinger Super Speedway would normally be a time for Rich Bickle to reflect on a tremendous career at the world’s fastest ¼ mile oval after earlier crossing the finish line second behind Steve Apel in his final Slinger laps during the SuperSeal Nationals presented by Miller Lite.

However, the stillness quickly turned to surprised astonishment when word came down that after Apel’s car failed post race technical inspection due to an illegal carburetor spacer, Bickle was declared the winner, his fourth triumph in the prestigious super late model event. The fact the victory came in Bickle’s last ever event at the Slinger speed plant in this, his final year of competition, made it even more emotional.

He’s (Apel) a good kid, I don’t know what the hell happened or what’s going on. I’ve been on that side of it too, he’s tore up and that makes me feel bad, Bickle stated from the pit area after learning the $9,999 top prize would be going to him. I don’t want to win a race that way but that’s the way it is.

This is my last year of racing, Bickle continued, I spend $150,000 building cars and doing that so I guess the ten grand will go toward paying for the car I just bought. There’s two ways of looking at this tonight, one guy is really upset, one guy doesn’t feel like he deserved it, but if you (speedway officials) wouldn’t have done that (disqualification) then 34 people, whoever else was here would be on their case about why you didn’t disqualify him and you let him go and that would hurt them. But to see him (Apel) tore up, it sucks but he’s man enough to walk over and hand it (the trophy) to me it’s tough.


SUPERSEAL Presents the 34th Slinger Nationals (In Memory of Dick Trickle)

(Slinger, WI) July 2nd, 2013

The 34th Annual Slinger Nationals will be in memory of #99 DICK TRICKLE, the man that helped to create this annual event.

Dick Trickle became a legend and is regarded as “America’s Winningest Racer” with an estimated 1200 wins troughout his illustrious career. In 1980, Dick Trickle was a 4 time champion of this race when he suggested to Wayne Erickson to start promoting the event. With Trickle’s help, the Slinger Nationalsturned into an annual event that allowed racers from all over the country the opportunity to compete on the high banks of Slinger Speedway without missing their other weekly events.

The winner’s payday will be a record $9,999 paying tribute to Dick Trickle who carried the familiar number 99 on his race cars. Starting pay for the main event will be $999.

“By increasing the purse to this level, we expect to have the biggest field in many years” said new track co-owner Todd Thelen. ” The $9999 top prize is the biggest short-track payout in Wisconsin history and we expect to grab the attention of the very best in the country.”

Drivers from across the country have already started committing to the event all looking for the Nationals Title and a $9,999 pay day. Drivers include:

** Five time Slinger Nationals Champion Lowell Bennett
** 3 time winner Rich Bickle Jr
** 1 time winner Conrad Morgan
** Former Track Champions, Brad JJ Mueller, Dennis Prunty, and Al Schill
** Garrett Evans, (one of the winningest short track racers on the west coast)
** Steve Dorer, the 2012 Florida United Promoters Series Champion,
** Travis Dassow, ASA champion
** Ross Kenseth, ASA Rookie of the year, 3rd generation racer (Matt Kenseth father Roy Kenseth Grandfather)

More names will be announced later this week.
(Click the picture for a full page pdf of the event.)


SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor and SUPERSEAL Carpet & Laminate Subfloor are the main product sponsors this year. These 2 industry leading products can be purchased at your local Menards store or online at Just click the Buy Online Button.

SUPERSEAL to Race Daytona on Feb 22, 2013

Feburary 22, 2013 SUPERSEAL will be racing in the Nascar Camping World Truck Series.

For the Daytona Race the Menards logo will be featured on the SUPERSEAL truck. Menards is now stocking SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor and SUPERSEAL Carpet & Lamainate Subfloor at all your local Menards locations.





SUPERSEAL 200 Race Results (Sept 4, 2012)

It was an exciting night of SLM racing that saw thrills, chills and spills as 28 drivers tried to win the SUPERSEAL 200 at the Auto Clearing Motor Speedway. With $10,000.00 on the line, it was an all out war to win the race.

Track record holder and SUPERSEAL driver #76 Brian Johnson Jr emerged as the early favorite when he won the pole position in a time of 14.300 seconds. Right behind him was the #6 Chris Skelton from Calgary AB. Both drivers were offered an additional $1,500.00 if they start in the back and win the race. Brian Johnson Jr decided to keep his spot while Skelton accepted the challenge to the roar of the crowd. In a bonus twist, season sponsor at the Auto Clearing Motor Speedway, The Dakota Dunes Casino, also plays a game to start the race and with a roll of the dice #70 Trent Seidel moved from 12th to 1st while #76 Brian Johnson Jr moved from 1st to 12th.

Within 5 laps of the green flag Brian Johnson Jr was back right on the tail current race leader Trent Seidel and pressing until something snapped in the rear axle leaving Brian Johnson Jr with only 1 tire to propel his car for the next 195 laps. Despite only having 1 tire, Brian Johnson Jr was still pushing but Seidel was able to hold him off for the rest of the race.

Meanwhile #6 Chris Skelton was also hard charging through the field and with about 75 laps to go he had made his way to the front of the pack and all the way to the winners circle and $10,000.00.

  • 1st place – #6 Chris Skelton
  • 2nd place – #33 Jamie McClennon
  • 3rd place – #70 Trent Seidel
  • 4th place – #24 Cameron Hayley
  • 5th place – #76 Brian Johnson Jr.

Click Here for the full list of race winners. 

SUPERSEAL Sweepstakes Winner (Aug 29, 2012)

The winner of the SUPERSEAL Sweepstakes Camping World Truck Series Event in Las Vegas is Jonathon Kornegay from North Carolina.

Jonathon and guest will be at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway NASCAR Camping World race Sept 29, 2012 courtesy of SUPERSEAL and Chris Lafferty Motorsports. Included in the sweepstakes is air fare, hotel and special garage passes. The Garage passes will allow them to get right in with the teams and get first hand knowledge at what makes the sport so exciting.

We are very pleased to have a NASCAR fan visit us at the track and we will do everything we can to ensure Jonathon and guest will enjoy themselves to the fullest degree.

SUPERSEAL Construction products and Chris Lafferty Motorsports would like to thank all the applicants who watch Chris Lafferty’s TV show and participated in the sweepstakes. We look forward to doing this again in the future.


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