KAUKAUNA - Severe weather didn't spare Outagamie County either.
Water flooded the backside of the pit area at the Wisconsin International Raceway in Kaukauna.
At one point the water was as high as two feet.
Work was underway Thursday morning to cleanup the mess so drag races could go on Friday.
WIR officials say the whole track has been underwater before, so it could have been much worse.
"We're fine. This is just some minor flooding, but we'll get it cleaned up. We've got gravel ordered. We'll rebuild these roads here this afternoon and we'll be open tomorrow," said Roger Van Daalwyk with WIR.
Next door to WIR the situation was worse.
Floodwaters tore apart a driveway. The guardrail broke and concrete washed away.
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