Five Take Trophies At Luxemburg
LUXEMBURG, Wisc. – Five drivers took home victories on Friday night at Luxemburg Speedway.
Feature Winners from Friday Night were Eddie Muenster(IMCA Modifieds) Brandon Czarapata(IMCA Stockcars) Lucas Lamberies(IMCA Sportmods) Marcus Moede(IMCA Hobby Stocks) and Jerry Winkler(Street Stocks.)
Eddie Muenster started on the outside pole of the IMCA Modified Feature. Muenster flew away from the field in the caution free event. Muenster cleared the field and picked up his first win of the season that saw him come when his regular Friday night track didn’t race.
Casey Groessl opened up in front of the IMCA Stockcar Feature with nine cars on his bumper after five laps. Barry Van Straten emerged early from the pack and grabbed the lead before a caution flew on lap seven. Brandon Czarapata and Rod Snellenberger grabbed spots two and three on the restart and ran down the leader.
Czarapata flew away from the field late to pick up his division-leading sixth win of the season.
Bill Edler used his front row starting spot to lead the field at the drop of the green flag in the IMCA Sportmod Feature. Edler led to the first caution but a flat tire would send him down pit lane. Wayne Haines inherited the lead but quickly came under fire from Kelsy Hayes on the restart. Hayes jumped ahead and pulled away from the boys. Hayes had the race won until a caution with eight laps remaining brought everyone to her back bumper. Lucas Lamberies entered the picture and ran down low on the restart. Lamberies jumped inside of the leader and grabbed the point on lap 14 on his way to winning his second feature of 2014.
Eric Micolichek took charge on the opening lap of the IMCA Hobby Stock Feature before a caution stopped the race on lap two. Marcus Moede made a three-wide pass on the restart to grab the lead in front of the field. Moede stayed persistent on the bottom and got Jauquet back on lap 12 down low. Moede pulled away to his first win since opening night.
Jason Kostichka worked up front in the Street Stock Feature from the front row to start the show. On lap seven, both Jerry Winkler and Keith Kickbusch passed him for the top spots. Kickbusch chose to stay on top allowing Winkler the chance to try different lines down low. Winkler ran to the checkers for the win with Kickbusch right behind. Kostichka finished third.