The return of Premier Powdercoating Street Drags takes place this Friday night! It’s YOUR chance to put the wheel in hand and gas pedal under foot and see what your car has got!

Many different brackets of competition include OEM Stock classes, Performance Classes, Mustangs, Tuners, Muscle Cars, Pickup Trucks, Gas and Diesel, 4WD and

2WD, Cycles, ATV’s, Vans and More!

Enter the Shine N’ Show to win trophies or make all the noise and smoke at the thrilling Burnout Contest!

Gates open at 6:00, Grudge Matches / Practice Runs start at 6:45 and the first bracket begins at 7:30.

General Grandstand Admission is $7, Kids age 11 & under are Free. Pit passes for all ages are $7, and Bracket Registration is $5 per bracket.

On Saturday night, the weekly warriors of local racing take the green flag at

7:30 for an evening of family fun and NASCAR Stock Car Racing! The action is all brought to you courtesy of the LaCrosse Tribune.

The area’s greatest stock car racers battle it out in four great divisions, including the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Models, Dean’s Satellite Sportsmen, Auto Value Parts Stores Thunderstox, and the Subway Restaurants Outlawz.

Late Model young gun Ty Majeski returned to LaCrosse last weekend and took control of the feature race, earning his first trip to victory lane since announcing his partnership with Roush-Fenway Racing. Can someone else take a shot at beating the defending champion Steve Carlson this weekend? There’s a field full of drivers ready to take aim, including Adam Degenhardt, Brad Powell, Cole Howland and Matthew Henderson.

A fresh face visited victory lane last weekend in the Sportsmen division – and fans were greeted with a very jubilant Brad Warthan after the feature. But Warthan, as do Justin Mullikin and Brian Hesselberg, have a way to go to catch season leaders Nick Clements and Steve Bachman. The Bachman-Clements battle is shaping up to be what would have been last year – had Bachman not broken a wrist early in 2015.

Justin Mullikin is fourth in standings, and getting closer to that elusive first feature win.

Jason Schaller earned his first Thunderstox feature in in nearly two years last Saturday, and is amidst a very tight battle for Thunderstox title. Jason Bolster and Bill Schott are tied in standings, leading Schaller and Andy Moore by just two points.

It’s a new week and a new opportunity for many drivers to get back into victory lane. Be a part of the fun and their celebration after the races, as all fans are invited into the pit area to meet and visit with all of the drivers!

Qualifying begins at 6:15, and the first race takes the green flag at 7:30. General Admission is $12, Students age 12-17 are $6, Kids (Age 6-11) are $3 and all children age 5 & under are Free.

For more information please visit , call the office at 608-786-1525, or email

First Beverage is FREE Saturday!
This Saturday night, each paid adult admission guest will receive a token for a FREE beverage, which can be used at the Concession stands this Saturday night.

Kids Rides this Saturday
The fun of Kids’ night last weekend continues this weekend, as it’s KQ98 Kids’ Cruiser night, where kids age 5-11 are invited to ride a full lap in a race car! Just stop at the Souvenir Stand between 6:00 and 6:50 and sign up to get a ride! Space is limited, so sign up in advance.

Subway Six Pre-Race this Saturday

Pre-race includes the Subway Six Sandwich eating contest, as four lucky fans get the chance to eat a fresh and great tasting Subway Sandwich. The fastest to eat it will receive an invitation to participate in the finals on August 13th. All participants receive a Free 6″ sub at any area Subway Restaurant!

Highway 16 is Closed – Onalaska to West Salem

Construction of the project is moving along well, and Highway 16between Onalaska and West Salem is now CLOSED until late July.
Remember if you’re coming from the LaCrosse / Onalaska area to get on I-90 at Exit 3 or 5 and use the West Salem Exit #12. Follow the frontage road west (Cty C / Buol Road) and Turn Northbound on M, to head straight to the track.

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