Buzzy Adams 2015 LG2 Modified!

2014 WISSOTA Modified National Champion Kevin "Buzzy" Adams of Cameron, WI joined Dirt Cast on the Renegade Racing Fuels hotline to talk about his 2014 season, his success after July 25, winning the WISSOTA Modified national title for the third time, how this stacks up against the first two, switching to the LG2 by Owens chassis, winning his eighth WISSOTA 100 title and more!

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Kevin Adams Wins WISSOTA 100 Race
By Ed Reichert
RICE LAKE, WI (September 15) - Kevin Adams was among the feature winners at the WISSOTA 100 auto race which concluded last Saturday night at Dakota State Fair Speedway in Huron, South Dakota. The WISSOTA 100 is the largest race on the WISSOTA Promoters Association calendar and this year, 320 racers from seven states and Canada converged at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron for the four-day spectacular, which crowned champions in six divisions.

In front of a standing room only crowd of over 8,000 race fans, Adams led all the way and bested a field of 54 racers to win the Modified feature race. Kevin led all 35 laps of the main event and had to hold off a serious challenge from Tyler McDonald from Huron to take the win. Adams earned $6,000 for his feature win.

In preliminary racing action earlier in the week, Adams also finished second in a qualifying feature race and second in the Race of Champions event on Friday night.

For Adams, it marked his eighth overall WISSOTA championship win having previously won the Modified honors on three straight occasions along with two wins in the

Super Stocks and two Street Stock titles earlier in his racing career. The eight WISSOTA 100 wins is also a record for the organization.

The WISSOTA 100 will return to the Dakota State Fair Speedway in Huron again next year as the crown jewel in the dirt track racing calendar in this area.

Adams earns second consecutive Silver 1000 feature win!

NEW Buzzy Adams Racing t-shirts!

Special Thanks to Wayne Poteet and Big Moose Motorsports (
for letting me use their car Saturday night, June 17.

Thank you!
Kyle “Lefty” R. Hansen passed away at the age of 35 on Monday, April 21, 2014 at Methodist Hospital in Rochester, MN four days after his liver transplant, which he was looking forward to.

Kyle was born on May, 12, 1978 in Eau Claire, WI to William and Lana (Kruger) Hansen.
Kyle enjoyed working on race cars; he loved racing and enjoyed working in the pits during a race. Kevin “Buzzy” Adams was his best friend whom he worked for in the pits while Kevin was racing. He was a real NASCAR fan; Lefty went to Daytona Beach, FL with his friend Kevin and Kevin’s dad Dave, where they met many racers. Kyle loved building model and remote control cars. He also enjoyed the outdoors and camping. He really enjoyed target shooting with his friends and was a true Packer fan. He really loved his dogs and helping people.

Kyle is survived by his dad, William; mom, Lana; brother, Mike; sister, Kelly all of Eau Claire, WI; aunts: Judy Baier of Chippewa Falls, WI, Mary Alice (Elliott) Light of Eau Claire and Cecile Kruger of Traveres, FL; uncle, Gary (Su) Kruger of Stewart, FL; cousins: Dan, Gary, Heidi, Michelle, Mark, Ryan, Aaron, Marie, Theresa and Leatrice; and many other relatives and friends.

Kyle is preceded in death by his great-grandparents: George and Olive Kruger; grandparents: Clyde and Ella Hansen, and Sanford and Florence Kruger; uncles: Dennis “Lefty” Kruger and Lee Baier.

A funeral service will be held 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at Stokes, Prock & Mundt Funeral Chapel, 535 S Hillcrest Parkway, Altoona, WI with Father Brian Konopa officiating. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at Stokes, Prock & Mundt Funeral Chapel and one hour prior to the service. Interment will be private.

Stokes, Prock & Mundt Funeral Chapel is serving the family. Online condolences may be left at
Two-time WISSOTA Modified National Champion Kevin "Buzzy" Adams of Cameron, WI, joined Dirt Cast on the Renegade Racing Fuels hotline to talk about his start to the 2014 race season, the effort put in by East Bay Raceway Park, the competition this year in Florida, getting a win during Florida Speedweeks, changing to an LG2 chassis, why he made the change, the suport form Jimmy Owens and his crew, giving up his chassis business, focusing on his sign business and family and his plans for the 2014 season.

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North Florida Speedway in Lake City Florida

LAKE CITY, FL (February 7, 2014) - Kevin “Buzzy” Adams picked up his first official win of 2014 in his new LG2 Modified from Jimmy Owens.

Buzzy won his heat after starting fourth on the grid, then started from the pole for the night's feature race. After a lengthy battle with Lucas Lee from Tennessee, Adams distanced himself from the field. “It was a great win for our team after such a disappointing start to speedweeks at East Bay. This car has great potential and I can't wait to race it back at home this spring!”

Lucas Lee finished second followed by Michael Turner from Tennessee, Ryan Fowler from Florida and Kenny Wallace from North Carolina rounded out the top five.

UMP Modifieds:

Adams Earns 2013 Wisconsin Modified State Champion, Track Titles at Rice Lake, Red Cedar & Eagle Valley Speedways!


Adams steps away from Larry Shaw Race Cars dealership, CRC Motorsports to carry on.

CAMERON, WI - After much thought and consideration, I have decided to step away from my Larry Shaw Race Cars dealership and Shaw by Buzzy. Cory Crapser of CRC Motorsports will take over the dealership.

Cory’s racing resume ranks up there with some of the best in the business with three WISSOTA National Championships coupled with this year’s USRA Iron Man Challenge Series!  He’s not afraid to travel either; he’s raced in six different states this year alone! Cory has already taken orders for five new Modifieds for 2014 and is also taking orders for GRT Race Cars. CRC Motorsports will have two chassis brands to offer customers.


Proctor Speedway Silver 1000, Adams Pockets $2,100

By Jerry O’Brien

PROCTOR, MN (August 29) - The 41st annual Silver 1000 at Proctor Speedway is a long running special event; it started out as a Late Model special back in 1973 and the Modifieds were added in 2000. The “Grand Daddy Of ’Em All” drew large fields of Modifieds and  Late Models as heavy rains and severe thunderstorm warnings plagued the area surrounding the City of Proctor and Proctor Speedway. Weather concerns no doubt kept a number
of traveling racers and fans from making the trip, which kept the car count on the low side. A pretty good crowd did show to see the two-division program.

Each division had four heat races and a B Feature. Pole dashes were scheduled to set the first four rows in each main event, but, in order to finish the show in a timely manner, they were canceled.

Kevin Adams and Cory Jorgenson shared the front row for the 30-lap WISSOTA Modified feature. At the initial green flag Adams went for the lead and raced side by side with Jorgenson on the lightning fast 3/8-mile speedway. Trent Follmer, Al Uotinen and Jeff Broking ran in the top five. A caution flag for debris on the frontstretch with three laps complete realigned the field. Adams retained the lead on the restart as Follmer slipped into second and they raced away from the Broking and Jorgenson duel for third by six car lengths.

Follmer battled with Adams in the low groove but Adams stayed slightly in the lead in the upper groove. The field began to spread out, which left Broking alone in third ahead of Jorgenson and Uotinen. Uotinen slipped by Jorgenson into fourth as the laps clicked away and, up front, Adams eyed up heavy traffic at the back of the pack at he halfway point. Adams began to work his way through traffic as Follmer closed in to try and make a move for the lead. Broking remained unchallenged in third while Uotinen was joined by Jeff Hart in a battle for fourth place.

The second caution flag in the event served to change the complexion of the race; lapped traffic was no longer an issue and the end was in sight with seven circuits left. The restart lineup included Adams on the point ahead of Follmer, Broking, Uotinen and Hart in the top five. Previous Silver 1000 Modified winner Darrell Nelson and ’03 winner Kelly Estey were close behind. At the green Broking went for second place and he and Follmer made contact, which brought out another caution flag; Follmer was tagged with the incident and sent to the rear, which ended a great run.

Thirteen of the original 25 cars were still in action on the restart. Adams led the field to green ahead of Broking, Nelson, Uotinen and Ryan Aho. Adams got a nice jump on the field at the green, but there was another caution flag before a lap was completed when Hart stopped in turn three. This time Broking made a move on Adams for the lead but again the caution flag came out when Rick Cannata turned around in turn three. It was set up for a green, white, checkered finish, but over in turn three several cars tangled and Cory Sersha was deemed the cause.

The final try went without incident and Kevin Adams became a first-time Silver 1000 Modified winner. Nelson came up short in his bid for a fourth Modified crown in second place, while Broking, Estey and Cannata finished in the top five. Aho, the 2012 winner, was sixth and Uotinen limped home in seventh with a flat left front tire.

WISSOTA Modifieds:
Feature -
Kevin Adams, Darrell Nelson, Jeff Broking, Kelly Estey, Rick Cannata, Ryan Aho, Al Uotinen, Cory Sersha, Scott Heikkinen, Neil Balduc, Nick Musel, Jeff Hart, Brian Mikkonen, E.J. Hietala, Mike Anderson, Jeff Spacek, Trent Follmer, Cory Jorgenson, Paul Niznik, Ashley Anderson, Gavin Paull, Deven VanHouse, Tim McMann, Kevin Eder

Heat 1 - Jorgenson,
Adams, Aho, Paull, Hietala, McMann, Sersha

Heat 2 - Hart, Uotinen, Mikkonen, Estey, Heikkinen, Lorimor, Wood

Heat 3 - A. Anderson, Follmer, Nelson, Spacek, Balduc, M. Anderson, Niemi

Heat 4 - Niznik, Broking, Cannata, VanHouse, Eder, Schultz, Lautigar

B Feature - Anderson, Sersha, McMann, Lorimor, Rick Niemi, Nick Musel, Jayme Lautigar, Jeff Wood, Paul Schultz

Sound Off: Kevin "Buzzy" Adams - WISSOTA Modifieds 06.18.13

Two-time Wissota Modified National Champion Kevin "Buzzy" Adams of Cameron, WI joined Dirt Cast to talk about the start of 2013, the lack of shows due to weather, finally getting his program running, his chassis business and more!

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