June 4, 2015 – (West Salem, WI) – School’s out for summer and we’re going to celebrate this Saturday night at LaCrosse Speedway with Kids’ Night!

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action continues Saturday night featuring the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Models, Dean’s Satellite Sportsmen, Auto Value Thunderstox, Auto Value Street Stocks and the Mountain Dew Outlawz.

It’s KLEMENT’S night at the Speedway and ALL KIDS will get a coupon for a FREE Klement’s Hot Dog to enjoy while at the races!

Bring out the kids early and take part in the 10,000 Penny Gold Rush, and…. all Kids Age 11 & Under will be admitted in absolutely FREE!

Kids and all race fans will enjoy a Thunderstox Double Spin to Win race, as the cars have to do two spins during the short novelty race.

Gates open at 6:00, Qualifying starts at 6:15 and the first race starts at 7:30. Grandstand general admission is $12, Students age 12-17 are $6, and all Kids age 11 & under are FREE.

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Many drivers would love to finish second place in a NASCAR Late Model feature, and that’s exactly where Steve Carlson finished, twice, last Saturday night. In fact that’s his worst finish of the year after winning the first three features in 2015. Knocking him out of Victory Lane were Brad Powell and Shawn Pfaff, as the Late Models ran two 20-Lap main events. Powell’s win came without a lot of pressure, but Pfaff had to drive every lap as if it was the last one to hold off Carlson, and earn his first win in nearly two years.

Sportsmen point leader Nick Clements ka-chowed the field with his second feature win of the season, by holding off Jamie Dummer, Bill Martin and Justin Mullikin, who had one of his best feature finishes to date. Many drivers are ready to strike and get either that first win of the year or first as a Sportsmen driver. Be there this Saturday to find out the next name to enter in the record books.

Andy Moore won his second Thunderstox feature of the season, beating Bill Schott and Kyle Lockington, whom both would have loved to win their first feature race, while Garrett Thicke took home the checkers in the Hornet feature for his first of the year.

Taylor Dobbs won the first Street Stock race of 2015


Two weeks ago, the Auto Value Street Stocks raced for their first time in 2015 and the race had many wild moments. Most notable was an incident between two cars that led to 2014 Champion John Eron’s car on top of the backstretch wall. The Street Stocks are back this week and ready for more racing.

LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway is a proud NASCAR Hometrack.

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