Carter Christenson (West Salem, WI) shot past Justin Mullikin (Holmen, WI) to take the lead at the start of the first 20 lap Bobcat of the Coulee Region NASCAR Late Model feature. Yellow flew on lap two when Adam Oxborough (Montgomery, MN) lost it in turn two and collected Cole Howland (LaCrosse, WI). Mike Carlson (West Salem, WI) quickly closed the gap on Christenson then dove low in turn two to take over the top spot at the halfway mark. Mullikin bounced off the front straight wall after contact with Nick Clements (Onalaska, WI) on lap 14 to bring out another caution period. Nick Murgic (Rosemount, MN) used the outside lane to start a heated battle for the win with Mike Carlson. As Murgic surged ahead into the lead with three to go, Dan Fredrickson (Lakeville, MN) made a daring move on the inside to rally up to second. Fredrickson quickly caught up to Murgic to power by the points leader on the final lap down the back straight to capture his first weekly feature win at LaCrosse. After the race Fredrickson said “This has been a good race car to us for years and we thought we would come down to LaCrosse to race it.”
In the Bobcat of the Coulee Region 20 lap NASCAR Late Model feature #2, Brent Kirchner (LaCrosse, WI) surged past Jeff Partington (Farmington, MN) for the race lead. Nick Clements dove low the next time around to wrestle the top spot away from Kirchner. Kirchner brought out the yellow when he lost control coming out of turn two on lap four and collected Steve Carlson. Clements began to open his lead on the restart but soon the hard chargers would make their presence known. Mike Carlson began to close the distance on Clements after the halfway mark and dove under him to become the new leader with six laps to go. Carlson would have to deal with the always fast and determined Dan Fredrickson once he moved into second. It only took Fredrickson three laps to catch and drive around Carlson to settle into the lead and sweep the twin features. After the race Fredrickson said “This is an awesome race car. We might just keep it in the garage and run it with the Late Models on Thursday night of Oktoberfest.”
In the Hobby Stock feature Scott Mahlum tried to close the gap on Alex Rud, but Rud pulled away over the final three laps to score the win in his first race of the season. Despite a power steering issue Jason Bolster maintained third spot in the feature to wrap up another track championship.