(11-1-06) Random Lake, WI. Brad Mueller, along with an established  SLM team, will join a touring series

once again in 2007. The new ASA Midwest Tour, with 10-12 races in the tri state area will see the team going

for the inaugural championship.

"The grind of racing 1 track weekly will be gone" Brad stated, "The power structure in the new series will

almost guarantee success in 2007".

BMRE89 will also be running the Grand National car, with the schedule being off days from the touring series.

To check out the new series, click on logo.



(9-30-06) Chilton, WI. Fall specials, time to race against people you have only read about, make killer

bon fires and shiver alot. Brad and the team hauled off to Chilton, a short drive north on 57 to the Calumet

County Fairgrounds, 300 + cars showed up for the races, and after all was done Brad had a 2nd place finish

in the Grand National Division. Between events Brad gave Fall Color Tours to race fans and drivers, pointing

out the beauty that is Fall in Wisconsin!!

In the Grand National A-Main, Scott Houpt of Belgium charged out into the early lead with Jason Roe of Sheboygan

moving into second in lap three. Brian Gerber of Waupun raced after Houpt and Roe with a three way battle for fourth

developing between Terry Van Roy of Appleton, Tim Anderson of Sheboygan and Steve Seitz of Beaver Dam.

Two laps later, Brad Lubach of Elkhart Lake charged through the battle and moved into fifth. When a yellow flag

halted the racing action in lap seven, Houpt lined up in the front alone with Roe and Gerber in the first full row and

Van Roy and Lubach behind them. When the green flag flew, Houpt charged out in front again with Van Roy moving

into second. Three laps later, Lubach made his move and threw his car to the inside of the track to race side by side

down the frontstretch with leader Houpt. At the line a lap later, Lubach took over the lead with Tim Warner of Malone

 charging into second. Leader Lubach began building his lead but a final caution in lap 16 pulled Lubach back to just

 in front of the field. When the green flag flew for the final 14 laps of the race, Lubach charged out in front again as

Brad Mueller of Random Lake moved into second. Tim Thompson of Campbellsport moved into third in lap 19.

As Mueller chased down Lubach, Chad Rathke of Random Lake raced side by side with Thompson to take over

 third in lap 23. A lap later, Greg Haese of Two Rivers pulled inside Thompson to challenge for fourth.

At the checkered flag, heat winner Lubach won the Grand National A-Main with Mueller,









who also won his heat, following in second. After transferring through the B-Main and climbing

through the field from his back row starting spot, Rathke finished third. Heat winner Haese followed in fourth.



(9-16-06) Luxemburg, WI. Its the end of the year, and that means specials. Socializing with people you

haven't seen in awhile, maybe shooting some english mark darts after..and the BMRE gang headed NE

once to race at Luxemburg. In the heat race Friday, the result was a win. In Saturday's main event, 2nd.












(9-9-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. Brad wins his heat and finishes with a 3rd in the main event. The team ends up 2nd in points.

Heat #4
1. #5 Brad Mueller
2. #45 Brad Dahmer
3. #67 Scott Houpt
4. #87 Brian Genske
5. #58 Dave Holm
6. #93 Troy Theobald
7. #14 Will Sorce
8. #8 Bill Gast

1. #37 Brad Lubach
2. #29s Jeremy Sauter
3. #5 Brad Mueller
4. #9r Chad Rathke
5. #45 Brad Dahmer
6. #67 Scott Houpt
7. #87 Brian Genske
8. #41s Scott Sohrweide
9. #48 Doug Teunissen
10. #69 Tim Thompson








   Atta Boy Dave !!!











(9-1-06) Oshkosh Speedzone. The team headed off to Oshkosh with all the holiday travelers to run at the fairgrounds,

and even after a cut tire, the team pitted on lap 1 and rallied for another win at the raceway.

September 9th will be a big event at Plymouth with extra money available.. hope to see you there!!



(8-27-06) BMRE Corporate Headquarters, Random Lake, WI. For the second year in a row, team BMRE

held their second annual "Pit Crew Olympics", with running, pole vault, powerlifting, keg toss and lug nut

gluing competition. Fatigue was the name of the game as team members dropped from excersion of strength.

When all was said and done...the event was a 7 way tie. Special thanks to the Random Lake Fire Dept. for

use of the oxygen...see you in 2007!!



(8-26-06) Plymouth Dirt Track.


Heat #4
1. #5 Brad Mueller
2. #80 Luke Scholten
3. #34 Jerry Wenzel
4. #69 Tim Thompson
5. #14 Will Sorce
6. #03 Tim Warner
7. #21x Terry McCoy

1. #5 Brad Mueller
2. #61c Loren Lubach
3. #80 Luke Scholten
4. #9r Chad Rathke
5. #0 Mark Scholten
6. #37 Brad Lubach
7. #48 Doug Teunissen
8. #87 Brian Genske
9. #29s Jeremy Sauter
10. #41s Scott Sohrweide


(8-19-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. A hard charge in the A main for Team BMRE's driver Brad Mueller

ended at the halfway point. Starting 16th, the 5 Star Pontiac was on a mission..and while running 6th,

the timing chain broke, causing an early evening for the team.

Next  up is Manitowoc this Wednesday night for the EWSC show.


Car Driver Name Overall Points
1 87 BRIAN GENSKE 1114
6 37 BRAD LUBACH 967
8 45 BRAD DAHMER 902



(8-12-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. Electrical issues in the qualifier caused the 5 Star Stock Car of

Team BMRE some work and a B main "Last Chance" to make the Main Event....but the team

changed the ignition module and the set-up was awesome, with Brad guiding the Pontiac to a


In the A Main, a 17th place start and  a rapid charge to the front netted another feature win for the

Random Lake driver.

Car Driver Name Overall Points
1 87 BRIAN GENSKE 1028
4 37 BRAD LUBACH 916
9 15 BRIAN KAAT 838  
10 45 BRAD DAHMER 820




(8-8-06) Oshkosh Fairgrounds

The Miller Lite Grand National put on a super show!  It looked like Tim Doelhing was going to run away with the race.
But, Brad Mueller in the #5m was not going to just lay down. With every caution, Brad challenged Tim hard.  When the race ended under caution it was Tim that held on for the win.  Being that it was American Auto Sales night at the races, it was a must win for Tim and his sponsor!   Brad Mueller took second, with the hard charging Dan Wirl in the #84 closing fast, but he just ran out of laps and had to settle for third.



(8-5-06) Plymouth Dirt Track

Grand Nationals
Heat 1
1. #5 Brad Mueller
2. #48 Doug Teunissen
3. #9r Chad Rathke
4. #15 Brian Kaat
5. #37 Brad Lubach
6. #10 Ryan Kessler
7. #59 Dave Holm

1. #9r Chad Rathke
2. #48 Doug Teunissen
3. #45 Brad Dahmer
4. #37 Brad Lubach
5. #80 Luke Scholten
6. #5 Brad Mueller
7. #41s Scott Sohrweide
8. #87 Brian Genske
9. #55m Tony Miller
10. #15 Brian Kaat                                                                                                                 Points as of 8-5-06

1 87 BRIAN GENSKE 940  
2 5 BRAD MUELLER 868  



(7-30-06) Plymouth Dirt Track

Paul Perronne of Plymouth and Jason Roe of Sheboygan started on the front row in the 25 lap Grand National A-Main.  While Roe and Perrone got a great start, Brian Kaat of Plymouth would not, bringing out the yellow and a complete restart. On start the second time around points leader Brian Genske found himself spinning in turn four and again into turn one a lap later with Perrone bringing out yet another yellow. Roe would take the lead and hold the top spot battling Brad Dahmer side by side until lap four when Dahmer would shut the door, bringing Luke Scholten along with him. It wasn’t long before Scholten took the advantage, while Brad Mueller would work his way into the top three on lap 5. Roe would cut down a tire and bring out the yellow on lap 10 to reset the field, and from there Brad Mueller and Scholten would go door handle to door handle until lap 14, when Mueller would take the advantage on the high side, and did not look back.  Following Mueller at the line was Scholten, Brad Lubach of Elkhart Lake, Dahmer and Jeremy Sauter of Sheboygan in fifth.

Heat 3
1. #15 Brian Kaat
2. #45 Brad Dahmer
3. #87 Brian Genske
4. #5 Brad Mueller
5. #9j Jason Roe
6. #58 Dave Holm
7. #91 Jamie Theobald
8. #54 Matt Yancey

1. #5 Brad Mueller
2. #80 Luke Scholten
3. #37 Brad Lubach
4. #45 Brad Dahmer
5. #29s Jeremy Sauter
6. #87 Brian Genske
7. #61c Loren Lubach
8. #9r Chad Rathke
9. #06 Cliff Annis
10. #15 Brian Kaat
11. #60 Timm Anderson
12. #3 Dean Horneck
13. #55m Tony Miller
14. #93 Troy Theobald
15. #41s John Malberg
16. #9j Jason Roe
17. #10 Ryan Kessler
18. #48 Doug Tuenissen
19. #54 Matt Yancey
20. #47 Paul Perronne



(7-22-06) Plymouth Dirt Track

  To start the evening the Grand National division took center stage and lit up the crowd coming to the checkers by the end.   Ben Schmidt of Plymouth started on the pole and Doug Teunissen would start alongside, at the green, Schmidt jumped out to the early advantage but Tuenissen would later pounce on lap two and make his way around to grab the top spot.  The yellow would fly by lap 4 for a spin involving Brian Goetsch from Sheboygan. Once racing resumed Teunissen would take a 15 car length lead, but another yellow would bunch the field on Lap 6, with Schmidt still riding in second and Brad Mueller of Random Lake in third. On the restart, Teunissen would again pull away, but Mueller would make quick work by Schmidt, and start reeling in the leader. On Lap 19 Teunissen got to lapped traffic and the race was on, as Mueller would pull to the outside for the final 6 circuits as they dueled to the checkers side by side. Teunissen would deliver his car to victory lane by a half of car length over Mueller.  Schmidt remained third, followed by Oostburg’s Luke Scholten and Chad Rathke from Random Lake in fifth.

Heat 2                                                   

1. #80 Luke Scholten
2. #5 Brad Mueller
3. #58 Dave Holm
4. #48 Doug Teunissen

1. #48 Doug Teunissen
2. #5 Brad Mueller
3. #35 Ben Schmidt
4. #80 Luke Scholten
5. #9r Chad Rathke



(7-15-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. HOT weather greeted a packed grandstand for the Hales Corners reunion.

Brad guided the 5 star race car to a 4th place finish after building a HUGE lead, but a lap 16 restart  wiped

away the advantage and while under yellow, the sway bar bolt broke, caught the tie rod and a ride off the backstretch

ensued....the driver regrouped and settled for 4th.

No Nationals this Tuesday.



(7-8-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. A Warm Saturday night at the Fairgrounds, with cold water stocked in the

team cooler, BMRE hauled the 5 Star Pontiac to add to their win total.

In the heat, a right front wheel packed with mud caused a bad vibration and a last place in the qualifier.

You get 2 chances to make the A main, and Brad started 11th and won the B main to advance .

In the A, a rocket ride netted a 3rd place finish, charging from 17th (actually 20th) to keep the fanz on the

edge of their seatz.



(7-1-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. Team BMRE hauled the Pontiac to the Fairgrounds for the IRA 410 special.

In the qualifying race, Brad guided the 5 car to a 3rd place finish. In the main event, another rocket ride

on the cushion was in the cards, and as he was passing for 2nd place, the cushion was pounded too hard

and the rear axle broke, 15th the result...and a bit of work for next week. We also will be picking up the

Late Model this week for the Nationals.



(6-24-06) Plymouth Dirt Track Races were rained out this week...the IRA Sprints join the show next week July 1st.



June 23, 2006; Chilton, WI. The CHEERS of Chilton Night at the Races was for Cheers owner Bob Cullen of Chilton as his car was fast and he stayed away from the multiple car accidents in the first three laps of the Grand National A-Main which caused four yellow flags.

On the restart, leader Andy Fuhrmann of Brillion lined up in front with Cullen and Bernie Schommer of Chilton behind him. As the green flag flew, Cullen charged on the inside racing groove to take over control of the race from Fuhrmann as Brett Wenzel of Two Rivers passed Schommer to take over third and two time feature winner Scott Sohrweide of Chilton moved into the top five. Wenzel and Sohrweide charged on the inside of the track to take over second and third behind leader Cullen. As Wenzel stuck to the back bumper of Cullen waiting for an opportunity to take over the lead, Brad Mueller of Random Lake moved into the top five. As the field charged through turns three and four to complete lap eight, Wenzel briefly tucked his car inside Cullen’s but Cullen charged down the frontstretch still in the lead. Mueller continued his charge and took over third behind the battling duo two laps later. Another battle was raging behind Mueller, with Sohrweide throwing his car to the outside racing groove as Fuhrmann maintained an inside line. Fuhrmann took over fourth in lap eleven but Sohrweide readjusted and when Fuhrmann left an opening, Sohrweide threw his car inside Fuhrmann to take back fourth. As the top five competitors charged on the inside line of the track, the laps clicked off. Wenzel spotted another opportunity to tuck inside leader Cullen in lap nineteen but again Cullen countered and held him off. A final yellow flag in lap 21, bunched the field back together to create a four lap dash to the checkered. As the green flag flew, Cullen charged out in front with Wenzel again waiting for Cullen to open the door. But Cullen remained focused and charged through the checkered flag to win his first Grand National A-Main of the season. Wenzel followed in second with Sohrweide, B-Main winner Mueller and Fuhrmann rounding out the top five.


(6-17-06) Plymouth Dirt Track. Did you ever go to a race and feel like you were in a time warp??

Attending the races at Plymouth and seeing the  5 car from 5 Star fly around the 1/3rd mile oval brought back alot

of memories. Brad and the team hauled off to the Fairgrounds and took a win in their heat race.

In the main, the 5th row start meant work, and the cushion was tall....but some great driving netted a 2nd place in the

25 lap main. Great Job !!

Driver Car# / Nightly Points / Season Points

1 Genske, Brian 87  86        446

2 Sorhweide, Scott 41S 70  388

3 Rathke, Chad 9R  53        378

4 Tuenissen, Doug 48  64    376

5 Mueller, Brad 5  88          373

6 Sauter, Jeremy 29S  80    373




(6-10-06) Sheboygan County, Plymouth. BMRE hauls the 5 car with 89 insert to the track where it all began in the 80's,

and Brad had a banner evening. In his heat, a 3rd place finish was the result.

In the main, a rocket ride on the cushion was rewarded as "JJ" took the lead with 5 to go and cruised to the win.

"I was pinned down on the bottom on a few restarts" commented Mueller, "as soon as i got back upstairs i was on a mission".

To learn more about the Plymouth Dirt Track click HERE












(6-3-06) Sheboygan Co Fairgrounds, Plymouth. Brad and the BMRE89 team head off to Plymouth and win the Feature.


Heat #3
1. #54 Matt Yancey
2. #9r Chad Rathke
3. #5 Brad Mueller
4. #87 Brian Genske
5. #80 Luke Scholten
6. #27 Shane Heaney
7. #47 Paul Perronne
8. #10 Ryan Kessler

1. #5 Brad Mueller
2. #9r Chad Rathke
3. #0 Mark Scholten
4. #37 Brad Lubach
5. #41s Scott Sohrweide
6. #87 Brian Genske
7. #54 Matt Yancey
8. #06 Annis/Meinneert
9. #29s Jeremy Sauter
10. #80 Luke Scholten
11. #15 Brian Kaat
12. #61c Loren Lubach
13. #55 Andy Fuhrmann
14. #48 Doug Teunissen
15. #3 Dean Horneck
16. #14 Will Sorce
17. #91 Jamie Theobald
18. #29 Chris Seehaver
19. #55m Tony Miller
20 #53 Gary Glander



(5-28-06) Slinger Super Speedway. Brad's Night can be summed up in 1 Word.. OUCH !! The 89 car slammed the turn 2 wall head on







so hard this webmaster ran a 4.4 - 40 to see if he was ok.. which he was...but the ride is really bad.. stay tuned for the progress rebuilding her.









(5-27-06) Plymouth. Brad starts out winning his heat race but with storms rolling in the Feature is cut to 10 laps and 17th is all he could muster.



(5-21-06) Slinger Speedway. After getting rained out at Plymouth Saturday, the Team headed to Slinger for the Alan Kulwicki Memorial

and took a win in the Fast Dash and followed it up with a 9th place run in the feature


Late Model Point Standings

1. David Prunty Brownsville 143; 2. Al Schill Franklin 135; 3. Brad Mueller Random Lake 120; 4. Josh Bauer Random Lake 115; 5. Dennis Prunty Lomira 91; 6. Lowell Bennett Neenah 90; 7. Nick Schumacher Harford 90; 8. Ken Wills Slinger 84; 9. Dave Teske Richfield 81; 10. John Mueller Hubertus 77; 11. Fred Winn Sussex 69; 12. Collin Bamke Slinger 67; 13. Gary LaMonte West Allis 65; 14. Rich Loch Muskego 64; 15. Scott Schoeni Slinger 64; 16. Conrad Morgan Wales 60; 17. Ed Grober Milwaukee 59; 18. Tony Strupp West Bend 58; 19.  Travis Dassow West Bend 57; 20. Mike Egan 47





(5-19-06) Oshkosh. Brad and the BMRE gang haul the GN and take home the feature win. We didn't have any pic's from the track so we

added a nostalgia picture of Brad winning in Jeff Richards #10 car






























(Slinger, WI) May 14, 2006 – With rain, and cool temperatures forecast all day and into the evening ,no races this week...Oshkosh and Plymouth Next.




 This Puppy wants to play!










By Dan Margetta

(Slinger, WI) May 7—Defending track champion Brad Mueller ended a long losing streak in grand fashion by holding off Josh Bauer, David Prunty, and Al Schill in a barn-burner to score his first late model feature win in over a year in the Eden Meat Market 65 Sunday night at the Slinger Super Speedway.

“Unbelievable,” Mueller exclaimed from Victory Lane after taking the lead from Bauer late in the race. “Josh (Bauer) ran a heck of a race and I was just waiting to see if I could reel him in, but then we had a restart there and I had all the confidence in this new car. To do this the second time out in this racecar, I think we have something to reckon with here this year.”

Dave Teske led the early laps as Bauer settled into second place ahead of Gary LaMonte, Rich Loch, and Tony Strupp. Teske stretched his lead over Bauer as they broke away from the pack while Loch took over third place by lap 11. Meanwhile, Mueller and David Prunty used the inside line to move forward and into the top five by lap 20.  With Teske continuing to lead over Bauer, Mueller and Prunty went to work on Loch for third place, eventually moving Loch back to fifth by lap 40. Bauer gradually caught Teske by lap 45 and used the outside lane to move alongside in a battle for the top spot. Bauer and Teske ran side-by-side over the next five laps and in doing so, allowed Mueller to close in to make it a three-car battle up front. As the leaders approached lapped traffic, the inside groove was not the place to be and Teske found himself picked by a lapped car, allowing Bauer and Mueller to race by and into first and second. Prunty and Loch also were able to pass Teske before he was able to get outside and rejoin the leaders. Bauer’s car began to kick loose off the corners and Mueller edged closer, looking several times to the outside before a Scott Schoeni spin on lap 58 bunched the field up under the caution flag with seven laps to go.

      With double-file restarts put in effect this season, Mueller found himself on the high groove and used the lane to take advantage of Bauer’s loose handling conditions by positioning himself to Bauer’s outside for the final laps. With Mueller alongside, Bauer was unable to let his car run free exiting the turns and lap after lap, Mueller edged slightly ahead before taking over the top spot with three laps to go. Once out front, Mueller was able to turn back Bauer’s challenges to score the victory, his first in over a year. Bauer held off Prunty for second by less than a car length and Schill finished in fourth, a half car-length behind Prunty. Teske fought his way back to fifth place ahead of Lowell Bennett and Rich Loch. Nick Schumacher, Ken Wills, and Colin Bamke rounded out the top ten finishers.


                                            (5-6-06)Plymouth Dirt Track, we took a win in the heat race, and a good run was thwarted after hitting a tire.












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(4-30-06) Slinger Races Rained out, we'll try Plymouth Saturday as well as Slinger Sunday Night!!







(4-23-06) Slinger Speedway. Here is a picture of the new car, which set fast time it's first time out (awesome driver/crew)

and finished runner-up in the second 75 lap feature on this chilly spring day. Look for us in the winners circle in 2006.

*Great job by Todd Behling singing today *




















(1-7-06) Town of Polk) Slinger Speedway crowned their 2005 Champions, and BMRE89 and driver Brad JJ Mueller got

their 3rd in a row. A delicious dinner was served and a homeless comedian performed, a good time was had by all.

In racing action, Brad had the field covered earlier today at Plymouth, but a broken throttle on the white flag lap caused a

DNF for the #89 sled.