Nathan Haseleu to make select appearances in 2006 with the ASA Late Model Series carrying The Swiss Colony colors for the 2006 season! Marshall, Wisconsin (01/06/2006): One of the premiere short track drivers in the country, has announced his ...
Nathan Haseleu to make select appearances in 2006 with the ASA Late Model Series carrying The Swiss Colony colors for the 2006 season!
Marshall, Wisconsin (01/06/2006): One of the premiere short track drivers in the country, has announced his plans to compete in several ASA Late Model Series events in 2006. Marshall, Wisconsin veteran, Nathan Haseleu, has announced plans on racing a partial schedule within the ASALMS Challenge Division in The Swiss Colony, Club LeMark, Chevrolet Monte Carlo owned by John Grueneberg.
Haseleu's first appearance in the televised Challenge Division in 2006 is tentatively set for Saturday May 27th at his home track of Madison (WI) International Speedway. Haseleu's plans to make additional appearances may include the huge event at the famed Milwaukee Mile on August 26th during the 2006 Governor's Cup Weekend and the ASALMS Challenge Division Season Championship event at the all new Iowa (IA) Speedway in Newton, Iowa on October 14th. In addition to his Challenge Division schedule, Haseleu will race select events in the ASALMS Northern Division to be determined as well.
During the 2005 season, the Marshall, Wisconsin driver made one start in ASALMS competition at Madison as well as winning five features also at Madison in the tracks ASA Late Models Division. Despite missing two events, Haseleu finished second in the final points standings.
Over his 11-year career, Haseleu has ran in the NASCAR Craftsman Trucks Series and in 2001, he recorded an impressive four top 10s, all 10th place showings! Nathan is a former track champion in divisions ranging from Super Late Models to Hobby Stocks at Columbus 151 (WI) Speedway and Jefferson (WI) Speedway. Most recently, he captured the 2005 Championships in the Wisconsin Challenge Series.
One of Haseleu's biggest career accomplishments came in 2005 when he won the prestigious Slinger Nationals at the Slinger (WI) Super Speedway during a week where he won three features at three different tracks over a four day period. Over his career, Haseleu also has three wins in the prestigious Miller Classic held every season at Madison. Nathan also has one NASCAR Elite Division Midwest Tour Series win at Chicago (IL) Motor Speedway.
In addition to Haseleu's ASALMS plans, his 2006 season will also call for the team to once again compete on Friday nights back at Madison in the ASA Late Model Division, now the premiere division at the fast ½ mile high-banked paved oval. Finally, Haseleu will also compete when the schedule allows in the Wisconsin Challenge Series for owners, Gary and Jo Schultz.
Haseleu is looking forward to another successful year. "This year we are welcoming aboard a new sponsor, The Swiss Colony and we can't wait to get back to Madison. We should be very competitive and the ASA Late Model Series is really getting some great drivers to compete against." stated Haseleu. He adds, "Racing in front of my hometown fans is always a plus."
The Swiss Colony is a based out of the heartland of America in Monroe, Wisconsin and is celebrating their 80th year anniversary in 2006. They specialize in their unique line of delicious cheeses, savory meats, and tempting European-style pastries, along with some of the hottest new products for your home. The Swiss Colony invites you to browse through our site or order a catalog and discover why they has come to symbolize the very spirit and tradition of the holiday season!
The Swiss Colony received its first order by mail for a cheese gift back in 1926, since then, they have expanded from mail orders, to phone orders, and entered the age of online shopping via the Internet. While times have certainly changed, The Swiss Colony's commitment to excellence has not. Each order is as important to them today as that first one was in 1926.
Loyal customers have made them enormously successful because they deliver what they want; quality products, affordable prices, and friendly service. For more information about, the Swiss Colony, log onto their website at: www.swisscolony.com