2017’s driver of the year,rookie of the year and most improved driver
Wisconsin lawn mower racing association is proud to present 2017’s driver of the year, rookie of the year, and the most improved driver!!
Scott Fisher was voted in by our members as 2017s driver of the year. Scott has also taken the first place spot in our Gp class for the whole 2017 racing season. Scott has put in alot of work to get to this spot, perfecting his racing craft. He has also head flags for the club. He is a huge help when it is race time.
Sam Woelky was voted in by our members as 2017s rookie of the year. 2017 was Sams first year racing with the club. She did come to races in the previous year to support her boyfriend who now has two years in as a member. She has kicked some grass this year, showed no fear. She took third place spot in the Gp powder-puff class for the whole 2017 racing season.
Charity Schug was voted in by our members as 2017 most improved driver. Charity has also taken the second place spot in Gp powder-puff class for the whole 2017 racing season. She has shown the boys that a girl can race just as good if not better!!!! She isn’t afraid to go fast and to get those wheels off the ground when turning. Charity has been a huge asset to this club for years, she was the secretary for the club. She did a lot of paperwork and emails. She even announced when we needed someone.
Our members are family based people. We all love racing, and seeing the expression on people’s faces when they first see us race. We all know its hard to believe that grass cutting machines can be turned into racing machines that can go up to 70 mp ( on the fast ones) . No we can not race and then go home and cut our grass with the same machine, for safety reasons the blades are taken off and they are lowered. AND YES they are lawn mower motors, some are just modified a bit!!!!