(West Salem, WI – August 16, 2012) Come on out to the track this Saturday night! The events are brough to you by Dustin Harnden, the winner of the CC106 “Your night at the races” contest. The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series enters the final weeks for this season, featuring the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Models, North Country Contractors Sportsmen and United Auto Supply Thunderstox.

In addition, the Window World Hornets are at the track. They have put on some of the most exciting racing at the track this year, and this week should be no different. They’re Fast. They’re Furious and they’re ready for action!

But wait… there’s more. Check out all the cool classic cars during pre-race with the Holmen Kornfest Car Show Cruise at the Speedway! The cars will hit the track in a parade during pre-race activities. And then… at the end of the event, there will be the Spectacular Splash Pool Jump! Watch a daring driver jump a car through two swimming pools!

Gates open at 6pm, Qualifying at 6:15 and the first race begins at 7:30. General Admission is just $11, students age 12-17 are $5 and kids age 6-11 are $3. Children age 5 & under are always FREE.

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

Current Point Standing Leaders:
As of 8-16-12

Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Model
32-Todd Korish – 714
21-Shawn Pfaff-705
8-Brent Kirchner-668
43-Brad Powell-665

North Country Contractors Sportsmen
6-Randy Humfeld-729
37-Jake Arneson-717
2-Greg Scheck-688
27-Matt Inglett-662

United Auto Supply Thunderstox
69-Jordan Myers-904
7-Dakota Miller-904
50-Tom Luethe-903
8-Jason Bolster-868

Window World Hornets
26-Mark Bornitz- 191
66-Kim Strom – 184
63-Jeff Stumlin – 181
5-Jake Schomers – 176

Volden Construction Outlawz
09-Jerry Aylsworth – 242
42-Tim Steinhoff – 216
8-Jason Bolster – 189
4-Mark Challet – 174


Join us on Saturday September 1st for the first time ever – a Match Race Shootout among the top eight big guns of the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Model Division.

This is old-school style side-by-side, one-on-one brackets of match racing. Three Laps. One Winner. One Loser. Winner moves on to the next round. The final two will run a best out of three rounds, three laps each to claim the top honor.

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