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The three-race set begins Thursday night at the three-eighths mile Norman County Raceway. The race will be the 27th for the series there, and second of the 2023 campaign. Tyler Peterson won the fair race in June in his No. 1TPO QuickLift Rocket XR1.
Shane Edginton was second in June in the No. 5E Performance Auto Sniper with four-time series winner at the speedway, Dustin Strand finishing third in the No. 71 Walhalla Builders Millenium SRT.
Following Strand on the series win list at Ada is Brad Seng, who has won three times in the No, 12S Anderson Bros. Body Shop MB Custom, and Mike Greseth who has two wins in the No. 17 Innovative Heating & Air Rocket XR1.
John Seng won his first career NLRA feature last Saturday at Devils Lake. Speedway Shots photo.
Strand also leads in wins at the track this season with three, and in the tracks' point battle by 12 over Brad Seng. Tyler Peterson has also found victory lane twice, one of which was his second fair race win of the week back in June.
On Saturday night, the series returns to Greenbush Race Park in Greenbush for the 40th time overall, and third time this season. Greenbush becomes the third track to host the series 40-times following the River Cities and Viking Speedways.
Shane Edginton won the May visit to the track, while Mike Greseth won the June race. Brad Seng leads all regulars with five previous Greenbush victories, while Edginton, who has won a race at the track that measures just over one-quarter mile, has vaulted to second with four scores at the track.
Mike Greseth leads the current standings by 12 markers over Dustin Strand, and by 20 over Brad Seng. Brody Troftgruben is fourth in the No. 14 Gateway Auto Tech Rocket, with Shane Edginton rounding out the top five.
Tyler Peterson is sixth in points, with John Seng seventh, who enters the weekend as the most recent series winner. Seng won his first career NLRA feature at Devils Lake last Saturday night in the No. 21S Charlie's Public House MB Custom.
A trio of MB Custom's complete the top ten with Jesse Teunis in eighth in the Grand Prix Amusements No. 70, rookie Rusty Kollman making his initial appearance in the top ten in ninth in the Carrington Drug No. 2RK, and Bryce Sward tenth in the Alexandria Appliance Service no. 1-2.
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