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Majeski Makes His Mark
Ty Majeski did not want to have rookie status at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway this season. He wanted to start his races where he earned his spot, not at the back of the field, where rookies must be during their first nights. And he’s had a plethora of racing experience, so the 18-year-old from Seymour, WI is the furthest thing from a rookie.
Saturday night, he proved it on the track–setting the fast time in the Kwik Trip NASCAR Late Model Division and then backing it up with a handily won 25-lap feature. Todd Korish, Brent Kirchner, J Herbst and Steve Carlson rounded out the top five.
In the Exhaust Plus/CR Glass Sportsmen division, Steve Bachman once again set the fast time. Greg Scheck finally grabbed a checkered flag during the feature for the division. Jake Arneson was very strong all night long, but had to settle for second place. Bill Martin, Brian Hesselberg and Justin
David Cavin picked up the win in the United Auto Supply Thunderstox Feature. Radlee Pfaff, Harley Jankowski, Brad Warthan and Jordan Meyers were your top five.
Warthan also picked up the win in the Figure-8 Novelty event race at the speedway on Saturday night.
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It's a DOUBLE-HEADER next Sunday!
Catch the Indianapolis 500 and then
the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
in Charlotte on Sunday!
Coverage begins at 10am!
Johnson Takes the Jackpot
Jimmie Johnson won the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race in Charlotte and picked up $2-Million on Saturday night.
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