ELKHART LAKE, Wis., June 18, 2013 - This Thursday NASCAR Nationwide Series team haulers will gather at Times Printing Company in nearby Random Lake, Wis., prior to their convoy to Road America for the Johnsonville Sausage 200 Presented by Menards. Last year's hauler parade drew hundreds of NASCAR fans and an impressive welcome was also extended between local residents. Times Printing and Road America expect even greater hauler participation and attendance this year and encourage all fans, residents and businesses along the route to participate in welcoming the return of the NASCAR Nationwide teams to Sheboygan County.

The haulers will gather for the party at Times Printing Company in Random Lake between 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Fans are invited to attend, free of charge. The Random Lake Fire Department will hold a brat fry fundraiser featuring Johnsonville brats on-site in conjunction with the party and the event will be held rain or shine.

The convoy to the track will depart around 5:30 p.m. following Hwy 57 north. After turning west on County Road J, the convoy will proceed north on Hwy 67 to Road America.

Make sure you bring your radios or smart phones.  Flag to flag coverage starts 2pm.  Look for The Big 920-WOKY on iHeatRadio 

The race weekend will be filled with Trans-Am action on Friday, followed by stock car excitement on Saturday including the SCOTT® 160 ARCA Series race and incredible wheel-to-wheel battles later in the day with the Johnsonville Sausage 200 NASCAR Nationwide race presented by Menards. NASCAR Nationwide Series racing showcases some of NASCAR's future stars as they test their skills on the storied four-mile, 14-turn road circuit. Road America has a legendary history of featuring brilliant racers on a challenging circuit that easily separates the good from the great drivers.  

Tickets are available and additional event details, schedules, ticket pricing and camping information can be found at www.roadamerica.com or by calling 800-365-7223. Kids 12 and under are free with an adult. All races run rain or shine.