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Rookies Ryan Kereluk (29K) and Cole Babcock (2*) race at River Cities earlier this season. Speedway Shots photo.
This Saturday night, July the 20th, the NLRA heads south to the Jamestown Speedway in Jamestown, ND, for the series lone appearance of the 2019 season. The event is scheduled to be the 24th visit by the series at the high-banked, quarter-mile oval, located on the Stutzman County Fairgrounds.
Ricky Weiss won all three features contested at River Cities on the John Seitz Memorial weekend.
Dustin Strand won the pole dash, and clinched his third series title with a fourth place run on Saturday afternoon.
Mike Spieker photos.
It was a big weekend for two-time series champion Ricky Weiss, driver of the No. 7 Keewatin Truck Service Bloomquist, as he won all three main events contested during the 12th annual John Seitz Memorial weekend at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks.
Dustin Strand won his third NLRA feature of the season last Saturday in Jamestown. Mike Spieker photo.
Two-time series champion, and current point leader Dustin Strand, driver of the No. 71 Q&Z Plumbing & Heating Millenium SRT, scored his third NLRA victory of the year last Saturday night at the Jamestown Speedway in Jamestown, ND. The win is Strand's 17th career win with the series, which is fifth on the all-time wins list.
Ricky Weiss (left) and Don Shaw (right) split last weeks events. Mike Spieker photos.
Ricky Weiss, driver of the No. 7 Derrick's Sandblasting Bloomquist, and Don Shaw, driver of the No. 42S Sure Step Victory, bested mother nature last week, splitting the races at Norman County and Sheyenne River.
Dustin Strand with his family (left) after winning the first feature, and Strand with his crew (right) after winning the makeup feature. Both photos by Mike Spieker.
Dustin Strand swept both ends of the double header last Friday night at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, ND. Strand, driver of the No. 71 Q&Z Plumbing Millenium, lead flag-to-flag in both features, collecting his 13th and 14th career series wins, passing both Mitch Johnson and Jeff Wildung to move alone into fifth on the all time wins list.