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A-Can-Again Recycling and Nick’s Auto Parts Bring Custom Car Show to Luxemburg Speedway

By Greg Aregoni

(Luxemburg, WI)- This Friday Night, May 30th, will be Luxemburg Speedway’s week #3 of exciting racing action. A Custom Car show will kick off the evenings festivities from 4-7. Gift certificates from Billy’s On Main will be given to the top three places. All cars are welcomed to attend. A-Can-Again Recycling and Nick’s Auto Parts are sponsoring all of Friday night’s events.

Transponders will be the only form of scoring starting this week. If you need help in activating or renewing your transponder please come to the races early this week and help will be provided.

In IMCA Modified action last week, Johnny Whitman showed why he is one of the top aces in the area this season as he put on a clinic in winning the Feature. Shawn Kilgore is defending his 2013 crown as of now with a four point advantage over Jason Czarapata.

“Chargin” Charlie Kroll picked up a $550 payday last week when he held off both Brandon Czarapata and Rod Snellenberger for the Feature win. Two-time defending champion Czarapata holds a slim two point advantage over Snellenberger.

Tracy Wassenberg made things look easy last week in IMCA Sportmod Feature action. Wassenberg picked up a clean sweep in racing action last Friday. Troy DeGrave holds the point lead for the first time. The top five in points are separated by six points.

Dan Van Pay earned his first career IMCA Hobby Stock Feature win last week. Things are shaping up a lot like last year in the IMCA Hobby Stocks points-wise. Van Pay and Derek Moede were co-champions in 2013. Van Pay and Jeremy Jauquet trail Moede by one mark heading into this week.

Gary Kasperek led the way when the checkers were flying last week in the Street Stock Feature. Last year’s champion Keith Kickbusch fought back from an early race caution to come back to a second place finish. Kickbusch holds serve in the standings by two over Andy Fuhrmann.

Go to www.Luxemburgspeedway.com for all of the track’s information. Call Gene Mathu with any questions or concerns at (920)621-3428.

Posted under News on May 28th, 2014