The second annual Luxemburg racing show, sell & swap is set for Saturday March 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Expo building located at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg.
Last year more than 450 people made their way through the doors of the show in its first year.
Several racing-related vendors have already signed on for the swap meet, which is once again being organized by local racer Derek Moede. Among the vendors are The Hill of Sturgeon Bay, Oshkosh Speedzone and Luxemburg Speedway. A display by the “Racer’s Ed” program, organized by local technical inspector Ryan Johnson, will also be on hand.
Among the new vendors for 2017 include VanDrisse Racing Parts of Luxemburg and Performance Motorsports of Whitelaw. A brand new 2017 G Force Stock Car will be on display. Other vendors signed up include Woody Signs of Sturgeon Bay and Northern Racing Fabrication.
Local motorsports author Joe Verdegan of Green Bay will host a book signing of his recently released book “Wisconsin International Raceway – Where The Big Ones Run” and also his 2015 book “Life In The Past Lane – a history of stock car racing in Northeast Wisconsin from 1950 – 1980.”
In addition racers will be able to buy/sell or trade new or used race parts, equipment and supplies. The heated expo building, located on the east end of the fairgrounds, provides ample space for tables, booths and exhibits.
Parking is free with food and beverages prepared and sold by the FFA Algoma Alumni.
Adult admission is $3.00 (including vendors). Kids 12 and under are admitted free. Vendor tables are $20 and can be obtained by calling Derek Moede at (920) 639 4455. You can become a member of the group “Luxemburg Racing Show” through Facebook as well. All up-to-date information regarding the show, including new vendors who sign up, will be released through this Facebook page. Moede is still actively seeking vendors for this event.