While determining a champion in the various divisions of WISSOTA stock car racing is the main focus of the five-day WISSOTA 100 event, there are many other things taking place on the state fairgrounds as well.
As many of the racers and their support staff use the state fairgrounds campground during the race, a campsite decorating contest is underway, with a Halloween Theme for those participating in the contest.
At the same time, an extensive car show, with several rare exhibits, is ongoing at the Earl Nordby 4-H Exhibit Hall. So, those attending the evening’s racing action have other things to do and see during their trip to the WISSOTA 100.
Campers set up Halloween themed camp-sites for the annual Campers Decoration Contest at the state fairgrounds.
Next, a visitor admires the 1933 Ford Coupe is one of the dozens of cars on display at the Earl Nordy 4-H exhibit hall during the WISSOTA 100.
And next is a 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix owned by Jack and Donna Steele. It is one of only 16 that were built. The car show is open through the weekend.