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Sep 16, 2014 Broken Wing Benefit Raises $7000 For Roadracing World Action Fund, Soft Barrier Deployment At Blackhawk Farms Raceway

3rd annual Broken Wing Benefit raises $7000 for Roadracing World Action Fund supporting air fence deployments at Blackhawk Farms Raceway eclipsing 2013 results. 

(Delavan WI) For the third consecutive year, the annual Broken Wing Benefit held Sat. Aug. 30 in tandem with the Labor Day track day weekend delivered an incredible result, raising $7000 with the wonderful support and increased donations from the motorcycling community.

The proceeds raised are directed towards the continued support of the Roadracing World Action Fund (RWAF) promoting motorcycle safety and future air fence deployments at Blackhawk Farms Raceway.

"We had hoped for a good event and got an awesome success; thank you!" said Kathleen Casey, owner "I want to personally thank our entire community, partners, sponsors, volunteers and everyone who helped make this event a wonderful success and continue to support and motorcycle safety at Blackhawk Farms. We could not do it without you.” Casey added.

Similar to previous Broken Wing events, the evening activities included a silent / live auction and wing cooking - eating contests with two full seasons of track days at Blackhawk Farms Raceway on the line. A special live music show was added, performed by the Mike Stone Jazz Trio to close the night.

The 2014 contests witnessed a reigning champ dominate the field for WingMonster title and a newly crowned WingMaster showing her skills to secure the crown and Best Wings title.

Mark Meyrose motored his way through the fiery contest wings to become the two time - Blackhawk Farms Raceway WingMonster and current champ for 2014. At one point, providing assistance to his fellow contestants to finish the contest strong.

Missy Lewandowski demonstrated the right technique and recipe to earn top choice for Best Wings and as such, the 2014 WingMaster crown. Great job to the winners and all participants.

2014 Broken Wing Supporting & individual donors include:
Adam Ayers,
Best Western Legacy Inn & Suites,
Bischoff & Associates Ltd,
Blackhawk Farms Raceway,
Cafe Fastee,
Dellwood Signs,
Kerry Dulin,
Engelhart Motorsports,
Farrell Performance,
Fly N Cycle,
Hartwig Plumbing,
Mike Herrenbruck,
Iron Works Hotel,
JOS Motorsports,
Mark Jurczyk,
Rob Knox,
Gabe Lanza,
Learning Curves Race School,
Doug Lincoln,
Mike Stone Trio,
MKC Technologies,
McGrath Power Sports,
Moto Union Ducati - MV Agusta,,
Mustang's Bar & Grill,
Mike O’Malley,
Tim Poell,
Jason Pridmore,
Quad City Sport Bikes,
Quaker Steak & Lube,
Redline Photo,
Darin Reid,
Rooney Family,
Chuck Slaughter,
Leon Winfrey.

“Another spectacular showing of support for motorcycle safety by the community at Blackhawk Farms Raceway”, said John Udell, president "This years Broken Wing result increases our total donations raised to over $20,000.00 for air fence support at our home track. Thank you to everyone who have helped with our benefit over the years. Let's do it again in 2015, even bigger."