THE RACING LIFE Twists And Turns
Are you ready for the 2013 racing season? The Racing Life is. But with all the snow STILL on the ground here in North Dakota is seems like spring will never get here. So to get you in the mood... we m... Posted on 4/7/13 at 12:19 PM
REGGIE TALES River Cities Speedway
The good people that run the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks won a very deserving award last night. RCS was named the "Organization/Venue of the Year" by the Greater Grand Forks Convention and Vi... Posted on 3/23/11 at 9:17 AM
THE DULLUM FILE The Weekend
The weekend's coming up. Don't forget to remember a couple of events we'll be a part of.
First, WDAZ Night at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks Friday night. We'll be there along ... Posted on 9/16/09 at 4:19 AM
Brad Seng is a River Cities Speedway regular, one who knows more than most how to race at the quarter-mile bullring. He put his experience and knowledge of the track to great use late Saturday night as the Grand Forks driver won the 92-lap Seitz Memorial feature — one of the region’s top races of the season.
It was a good night — a really good night — for Don Shaw at River Cities Speedway on Friday night. Shaw earned the pole position on Saturday by winning Friday night’s 20-lap dash — the race that sets the first eight rows of tonight’s feature.
If there is a time for a late model driver to go on a hot streak, this is the time to do it. Wisconsin driver Brady Smith is well aware of that and the money that’s up for grabs in region as the race season begins to wind down.
River Cities Speedway nearly went 4-for-4 on Friday night. But Casey Mack didn’t let it happen. Mack, who started ninth, made a late charge to the front and won the RCS 25-lap sprint feature, breaking a string of three first-time winners at the quarter-mile bullring.
Two big World of Outlaws shows are in the books at River Cities Speedway.
Now the track turns its attention toward the final big show of the season — the seventh annual John Seitz Memorial Late Model Invitational scheduled Sept. 5-7.
Admittedly, the season has been a grind for racing icon Steve Kinser — the face of the World of Outlaws. “It’s been a grind the whole season,” said Kinser. “The last two or three races we’ve had a better feeling than we’ve had a in a long time. Let’s hope it continues.”
The World of Outlaws return to River Cities Speedway on Friday for the second time this season. Mark Dobmeier will be one of the favorites, especially since the Outlaws will be running on his home track.
Dustin Strand didn’t set out to win a national points title this season. But one thing led to another and, well, before he knew it the Grand Forks driver found himself in a position to win a prestigious championship.
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