Dustin Strand with his family in victory lane on Friday night. Mike Spieker photo.
Dustin Strand, driver of the No. 71 Q&Z Plumbing & Heating Millenium SRT, won his second NLRA feature last Friday night at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks. The win is also his 16th career NLRA triumph, and came in front of the live T.V. cameras of Midco Sportsnet.
Ricky Weiss (7), Bill Mooney (2), and Travis Robertson (1R) go three wide at River Cities on June 15th. Mike Spieker photo.
This Friday night, June the 29th, the NLRA will make it's live television debut as the series will be live on Midco Sportsnet during the series second visit of the season at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks.
Dustin Strand with his family and crew in victory lane at the Greenbush Race Park last Saturday night.
McKayla Housey photo.
Dustin Strand won his first NLRA feature of the season last Saturday night at the Greenbush Race Park in Greenbush, MN. The win is his first in a Late Model in Greenbush, and his 15th of his NLRA career.
Cole Schill (44) and Brad Seng (12S) have won two features each, totaling four of the last five races at Greenbush.
Mike Spieker photo.
This Saturday night, June the 23rd, the NLRA will return to the Greenbush Race Park in Greenbush, MN, for the 26th time in the series twenty-one season history.
Since the series returned to Greenbush on a yearly basis in 2015, Brad Seng, driver of the No. 12S S&S Transport MB Custom, and Cole Schill, driver of the No. 44 Mid Ag Dispatch MasterSbilt by JMR, have been the ones to beat. The pair have won four of the last five races since the series returned after a four year layoff.
Ricky Weiss in victory lane at River Cities last Friday night. Mike Spieker photo.
Two-time and defending NLRA series champion Ricky Weiss, driver of the No. 7 Hawkeye Construction Bloomquist, came out on top in a battle that had all drivers in the top seven with a shot at the win last Friday night at the River Cities Speedway.
Nine-time and defending World of Outlaws Sprint Car champion Donny Schatz, driver of the No. 15 Fargo Petro Rocket, started on the pole of the main event, but it was his counterpart on the front row, Late Model Sophomore Travis Robertson, Driver of the No. 1R Big Al's Construction MasterSbilt, who jumped out to the early lead.
Mike Balcaen with his wife and crew in victory lane at Devils Lake last Saturday night. Mike Spieker photo.
Five-time series champion, Mike Balcaen, driver of the No. 10 Enns Brothers Black Diamond, won in dominant fashion last Saturday night, winning the series season opener at the Devils Lake Speedway, near Crary, ND.
Dustin Strand (71), Brody Troftgruben (14), Brad Seng (12S), and Ricky Weiss in rush hour traffic down the backstretch at Devils Lake last Saturday night. Mike Spieker photo.
This Saturday night, the NLRA is set to take to the Devils Lake Speedway near Crary, ND for the 22nd time in series history. The high-banked, third-mile oval is featuring some big changes that were made over the off-season.
Shane Edginton (4) and Dustin Strand (71) battle at River Cities last Friday night. Mike Spieker photo.
The NLRA is set to lift the lid on its' 21st season of competition this Friday night at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, marking the 34th NLRA event at the speedway.
The quarter-mile bullring on the Grand Forks Fairgrounds opened its' 2018 campaign last Friday night, where two-time and defending NLRA series champion Ricky Weiss, driver of the No. 7 Derrick's Sandblasting Bloomquist won the main event.
Steve Anderson (9) and Brody Troftgruben (14) race side-by-side at River Cities on track championship night.
Mike Spieker photo.
The 20th season of NLRA action comes to a close this Thursday night at the River Cities Speedway with the seventh running of the 'Prelude to the Johnny' that kicks off the eleventh annual John Seitz Memorial weekend.
Ricky Weiss (7) and Don Shaw (42S) battle door-to-door for the lead on Saturday night at the Viking Speedway.
Mike Spieker photo.
Last weekend at the Viking Speedway in Alexandria, MN, NLRA point leader Ricky Weiss, driver of the No. 7 Derrick's Sandblasting Bloomquist, and Don Shaw, driver of the No. 42S Sure Step Victory, finished one-two both nights, with Weiss taking the opening night, and Shaw coming out victorious on Sunday.