News

LUXEMBURG SPEEDWAY HOSTS BADGER STATE SHOWDOWN JUNE 24 AND 25

(Luxemburg, WI) June 15 — Luxemburg Speedway track officials are busy putting the final touches on the annual Badger State Showdown presented by CZ’s Bushville Lanes Thursday June 24 and Friday June 25.

The traditional two day special boasts the highest paying IMCA sanctioned event in Wisconsin history. More than $30,000 will be doled out in the two day show between four divisions. The winner of the IMCA modified feature Friday night will be placed on the Fastshaft All Star ballot for the race of champions at the IMCA Supernationals at Boone (IA) Speedway in September of 2011.

“What some drivers like is that it’s still essentially two complete shows,” said track manager Rick Goral. Both nights will dole out IMCA state, regional and national points while the Friday night program will also run for track points. A draw/redraw format will be used both nights.

Friday night’s show will pay $1,300 and $900 to the modified and stock car feature winners, respectively. The sportmod feature winner will receive $700 to win Friday and the hobby stock feature winner will receive $500.

There will be various contingency awards from several racing manufacturers and sponsors.

Racing gets underway at 7 p.m. For more information call 920 660 8095. Please check the track website at luxemburgspeedway.com. Luxemburg Speedway is located 15 minutes east of Green Bay off state highway 54 at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg.

Posted under News on June 15th, 2010