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LUXEMBURG SPEEDWAY TRAILER RACE OF DESTRUCTION JULY 15

Posted under News on July 12th, 2011

(Fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Awareness)

(Luxemburg, WI) July 12 – The popular “Trailer Race of Destruction” presented by Victory Sign will cap off a night of racing at Luxemburg Speedway Friday, July 15.

While there will be everything from campers, boats, outhouses and snowmobiles that will get smashed and scattered all around the third-mile clay oval when it’s all said and done, this year’s trailer races will be a bit more personal for the Mahlik Family. Arnie Mahlik and his son Nick will be competing in the Trailer Races with their now retired Medi-Vans. They will be doing so to raise money for Alzheimer’s Awareness as Arnie’s wife Arlene has Alzheimer’ Disease.

They’ll be accepting donations in the pit area of Arnie’s son Eric, who races weekly at Luxemburg. “In racing we’re like one big family,” said track manager Rick Goral. “We’re more than happy to help raise awareness for Alzheimer’s. This is always a popular event as many people come out annually specifically for the Trailer Race of Destruction.”

Those willing to donate can also see Goral at the track to give a donation.

Budweiser IMCA modifieds, Badgerland Concrete IMCA stock cars, Tri County Heating IMCA northern sportmods, Pepsi hobby stocks and Tisler Salvage Sport fours will compete with racing getting underway at 7 p.m.

A reminder there will be no racing at Luxemburg Speedway on Friday, July 22 due to the Kewaunee County Fair. Weekly racing will resume on Friday night, July 29 at 7 p.m.

For more information call (920) 660 8095. The raceday track phone is (920) 845 2300. You can follow Luxemburg Speedway at our website luxemburgspeedway.com or on Facebook. Luxemburg Speedway is located 15 minutes east of Green Bay off state highway 54 at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds.

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