By: Aspen Andre (West Salem, WI – June 18, 2016)
It was another hot night at the La Crosse Speedway tonight for Old Dutch Foods Night. The racing action was just as hot on the track as we had some great races to watch.
Steve Carlson got a nice Father’s Day gift when he won the NASCAR Late Model feature tonight at La Crosse Speedway over his son Mike. He started out 7th in the field and by lap 12 took the lead and remained there until the checkered dropped. We saw Mike Carlson and Adam Degenhardt bring us across the line 2nd and 3rd respectively in laps 15 through 25.
The Dean’s Satellite Sportsmen feature showed us four cautions, three of which were all in lap seven. After Brad Warthan finally brought us back to green flag racing he stayed in the lead until the checkered flew. Justin Mullikin, Randy Humfeld, Nick Clements, and Steve Bachman rounded out our top five for the night.
Jacinda Pfaff ran across the finish line first tonight in the Auto Value Thunderstox race where she fought off Andy Moore who was right behind her for the last 8 laps of the feature. Jacinda was greeted by her father, former Late Model Track Champion, Shawn Pfaff to add to the Father’s Day weekend excitement.
Mark Bornitz crossed the finish line first in our ANTS Complete Pest Control Hornet Feature tonight with Patrick Thicke right on his tail.
Pastor Andy, the La Crosse Speedway Track Pastor, won our first Faster Pastor race of the night and we saw Donald Bomstad, from Berean Baptist Church in Galesville, take home the win in our 2nd Faster Pastor race.
Our next event at the La Crosse Speedway is Saturday, June 25th for Pischke Motors Autograph Night where the first 500 fans get FREE collector’s racing poster and there will be an on track autograph session at 6:30 p.m.
For more information please call the Speedway office at (608) 786-1525 or visit www.lacrossespeedway.com.
LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway is a proud NASCAR Hometrack, part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series – www.hometracks.nascar.com.
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