(West Salem, WI – August 3, 2011) It’s crazy. It’s wild. It’s messy. But most of all… IT’S FUN! Be there at the Speedway this Saturday night for the annual TRAILER RACE OF DESTRUCTION! That’s right, watch a crazy race of daring drivers make their way around the quarter mile track towing boats, pop-up trailers, utility trailers, travel trailers and more! Who will win? The driver with the last trailer trailing of course… voted on by YOU the FANS! It’s a race of survival, destruction and FUN!

Plus.. watch the chariots of the speedway race the track in three great action divisions: the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Models, the North Country Contractors Sportsmen and United Auto Supply Thunderstox.

Gates open at 6:00, Qualifying is at 6:15, and the fun begins at 7:30. Special Event General admission is $14, Students age 12-17 with a Student I.D. are $8. Kids age 6-11 are $4, and Children age 5 & Under are always FREE.

NASCAR HOME TRACKS….Where Else Can You Have – So Much Fun, So Close to Home!

Bring out the kids this Saturday for the trailer race fun, but don’t forget it’s The final 2011 BOX CAR RACE night for them.

It’s easy to do in just a few simple steps, and it’s most of all a FUN Project for kids and parents together!
1. Find a cardboard box that fits over your child (age 11 & under)
2. Cut holes in the box for the head, arms and legs to extend through.
3. Decorate it to look like your child’s favorite race car
4. Bring your box car and running shoes on Saturday
5. Sign up at the Back of the Race Tower on Saturday before 7pm and be ready for fun!

Just 5 Weeks remain in the 2011 Weekly Season
If you haven’t seen any of the 2011 racing action of the Late Models, Sportsmen and Thunderstox, you’ve been missing out. Another exciting race night took place last weekend.

In the Late Model division, as drivers in the top five were amidst aheated battle Steve Carlson got right up on the bumper of Matthew Henderson going into turn three. That is when Brent Kirchner dove under Carlson, making contact, sending Carlson into a spin. Carlson was able to continue, but second in points Todd Korish spun to avoid contact and along came Cole Howland’s car landing on top of Korish’s. Howland was coming off his best career Late Model finish of 2nd the week prior. Korish eventually made it back to the track but had damage and lost ground on point leader Herbst.

The Sportsmen drivers had a wild night with lots of agressive driving and some three wide racing. Four cautions were the result of several spins and an accident by Troy Maier and Bill Martin. At the end, it was Jimmy Gilster winning the 4th annual Darus Pettibone Memorial race, with a bonus of $1000 for the feature winner of the extended 20 lap race.

The 2011 season is getting down to the wire, so be sure not to miss out on a single lap of action and excitement!

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