August 14, 2013 (West Salem, WI) – It’s a full throttle night of family fun at the speedway this Saturday night, as Kwik Trip brings to you the action and excitement of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series! Featured on the track this week are the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Models, Exhaust Plus / Coulee Region Glass Sportsmen, United Auto Supply Thunderstox and the ANTS Complete Pest Control Hornets. The thrilling side-by-side action and passing lapped traffic, while battling for position will keep you on the edge of your seat, just wondering what may take place next!

Final 2013 “Kids Rides” to take place this Saturday
If you have not had the chance yet this season to send your kids around the big 5/8th mile track in a race car, this Saturday night is your final opportunity for this season! Be sure to arrive early at the track and sign up at the souvenir trailer. Kids age 5-11 may ride around the track after the end of qualifying. So, get there early and don’t miss it!

Grandstand gates open at 6:00, Qualifying at 6:15 and the first race starts at 7:30. General Admission is $12, Students age 12-17 (w/a Student I.D.) are $6, Kids age 6-11 are $3, and children age 5 & under are always FREE. Plus, acres of Parking that is always FREE!

Fans saw something last week that hasn’t happened yet this season – a pileup of Late Model cars during the feature race. On lap three, the second and third place cars of Matt Inglett and Jerimy Wagner tangled coming out of turn two and Inglett’s car was sent into the backstretch wall, blocking the track, but not before the rest of the field could slow down. Caught up in the melee were Brad Powell, J. Herbst, Todd Korish, Brent Kirchner, Adam Degenhardt, and Matthew Henderson, in a rare appearance of the 2013 season. Korish was able to get back onto the track and finish the race.

Once the dust had settled after a 10 minute red flag, the race resumed as fans saw Bill Niles re-take the green from the front row. Fourth and fifth place restarters Shawn Pfaff and Steve Carlson wasted no time in getting to the front, and the two battled lap after lap until the checkers flew, with Pfaff taking his first feature win in over three years.

Side by side was the game for the Exhaust Plus Sportsmen last weekend. Fifth place starter Greg Scheck fought his way to the second place and by midway, he spent a few laps on the high side in passing Jamie Dummer for the lead. The veteran Scheck took control towards the end and captured the checkers.

Just what could it be that takes place this week? You never know, so check out all of the live unscripted drama and action as it unfolds at the LaCrosse Speedway this Saturday night.


Just added to the 2013 schedule is a great racing series that normally only visits at the Oktoberfest Race Weekend – the Mid-American Stock Car Series. “The series had a cancellation to their schedule, and they approached the LaCrosse Team to have an event in August,” commented Director of Competition Ray Loughan. “We came to an agreement to have them visit on August 24th, and fans should be treated to a great night of action that also includes our weekly Late Models, Sportsmen, Thunderstox and Outlawz. Plus, it’s Buck Night at the concessions, so fans should be in for a real Treat,” concluded Loughan.

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Join us on the final weekly race night of the season, on August 31st, featuring the Late Models, Sportsmen & Thunderstox. The Late Models will run in the 2nd Volden Construction Shootout, Late Model Match Race. The race will bracket drivers into pairs, which run three lap matches to see who will win and move on in the bracket. It’s fun, it’s fast, and it’s part of your Saturday night on August 31st!

Drivers include: Steve Carlson, J. Herbst, Brad Powell, Todd Korish, Adam Degenhardt, Branden Berg, Brent Kirchner and Nick Clements.

LaCrosse Speedway is a proud NASCAR Hometrack, part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. www.nascarhometracks.com.

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