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Luxemburg Speedway Is Racing This Thursday, July 3rd / IMCA Modifieds Shoot for $1000 Payday

Posted under News on June 29th, 2014

July 3rd Special with Fireworks

By Greg Aregoni

(Luxemburg, WI)- This Thursday night, July 3rd, motors will be cranked at Luxemburg Speedway. “We decided that we wanted our drivers and fans to be able to spend the holiday with their families. We know a lot of the Luxemburg Speedway crowd enjoys the Fireworks and family time.” Gene Mathu, track promoter. This will be a regular point night in all five divisions. Racing goes green at 7 p.m. Pepsi, the Luxemburg Chamber of Commerce and The 54 Run will be sponsoring the show.

The IMCA Modified winner will be shown the $1000 pay day with their feature win. Benji LaCrosse won last Friday’s feature after starting twentieth. The winner of the feature will be entered into the Fast Shaft All Star Invitational race at this years Super Nationals.

Brandon Czarapata got back to his winning ways in the IMCA Stockcars last week. He was able to cut into the point lead of Rod Snellenberger by two. He now trails by six points in his quest for a third straight title.

Tracy Wassenberg visited from Shawano and then visited victory lane again in the IMCA Sportmod division. He picked up his third win of the season. Andy Kleczka had a late race charge to second and increased his point lead.

Derek Moede has a four point cushion over his co-champ last year Dan Van Pay. There are five drivers within eight marks. Marcus Moede was the highest finishing Hobby Stock in Friday night’s challenge race.

Justin Lindner won last week’s Street Stock/Hobby Stock Challenge. Keith Kickbusch still holds court over Gary Kasperek by eight points in the standings.

Follow Luxemburg Speedway on Facebook and Twitter. Go to www.luxemburgspeedway.com for more details. Call Genial Mathu at 621-3428 for any questions or concerns.

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