THE RACING LIFE Twists And Turns
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REGGIE TALES River Cities Speedway
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THE DULLUM FILE The Weekend
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First, WDAZ Night at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks Friday night. We'll be there along ... Posted on 9/16/09 at 5:19 AM
When Wade Nygaard shows up at the race track, his only objective is to win the feature. If there are any other rewards, he’ll take it. Nygaard won Friday night’s sprint feature at the River Cities season
A year ago, Brad Seng rolled his No. 12 late model into Victory Lane at River Cities Speedway after winning the fifth annual John Seitz Memorial Late Model Invitational — an event that is becoming one of the signature races each season in the Upper Midwest.
Joey Pederson has been one of the top late model drivers at River Cities Speedway for the past few seasons. Tonight, the East Grand Forks driver has a chance to wrap up another season points championship.
While fans have become accustomed to seeing Mark Dobmeier close evenings winning the sprints and a trio of racers compete for the checkered flag in the late model division, the streets and Midwest modifieds divisions have been largely up for grabs.
Wade Nygaard couldn’t have asked for a better end to the 2011 race season.
He won three features in the last month of the season and had his sights set on a fourth before some late-race mechanical problems took him out of contention.
The way Wade Nygaard’s summer has gone, the veteran sprint driver wasn’t feeling too confident when the feature he was leading went to caution with four laps remaining. But Nygaard avoided any late mishaps and cruised to his first checkered flag of the season at River Cities Speedway on Friday.
Dave Glennon was driving up Interstate 29 on Thursday afternoon with a little extra gusto. The Casselton sprint driver picked up his first victory at River Cities Speedway last Friday after 10 years of racing at the track.
Glennon hopes that win can open the door to more success as he races tonight at 7:30 p.m. at RCS in Grand Forks.
Dave Glennon will be the first driver to admit how tough it is to win a sprint feature at River Cities Speedway.
The main reason: RCS is the home track of Mark Dobmeier, one of the top drivers in the country.
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