Friday's event is scheduled to be the 56th for the series at the quarter-mile 'Bullring' which sits in the heart of the Grand Forks County Fairgrounds.
The series will be part of a three-series co-op with the Buffalo Wild Wings NOSA Sprints, and the newly formed Moonshine Mod Tour for A-Mods.
Speaking of Modifieds, this season at River Cities has been led by a pair of drivers that make for stout competition in both the Late Model and Modified divisions.
Dustin Strand and Tyler Peterson have a pair of Late Model wins, while Strand leads Peterson 2-1 in Modified action at the track this season.
Mike Greseth is back a top the series standings.
Speedway Shots photo.
Peterson, driver of the No. 1TPO QuickLift Rocket XR1, will head into the weekend coming off a pretty impressive trip through South Dakota, winning both the series return to Brown County Speedway last Friday night, and closing the weekend with the victory in the special Rumble event.
On Saturday night, the series heads west for another battle at the Devils' Playground, Devils Lake Speedway, just an hour west of town on highway 2 near Doyon, ND.
The series has completed one night of racing at the track this season, which was the series' 31st at the one-third mile, high-banked oval. Former track champion Brody Troftgruben won his second series feature at the track, which served as season opener for both the series and the track.
Troftgruben parked the No. 14 Appelgren Construction Rocket in victory lane after leading the final 22 laps enroute to his third series triumph, winning over Dustin Strand, and two-time and defending series champion Mike Greseth and his No. 17 Superior Customs Rocket XR1.
Greseth swept the two events held at Devils Lake in 2022, joining Seng, Strand, Troftgruben, and Manitoba natives Shane Edginton and Mike Balcaen, as series regulars with wins at Devils.
Balcaen, driver of the No. 10 McNaught Buick GMC Black Diamond, is tied with Strand with four previous victories in Devils Lake.
In the current series standings, Mike Greseth leads by 44 points of Dustin Strand, with Brad Seng in third. Brody Troftgruben is fourth, with Shane Edginton rounding out the top five with his No. 5E Performance Auto Sniper.
Tyler Peterson is sixth, with the most recent Devils Lake winner in regular season action at the track, John Seng, driver of the No. 21S TRENDless MB Custom in seventh. That win was the first of Seng's Late Model career in his sophomore season.
Another trio of MB Custom's complete the current top ten, with Jesse Teunis eighth in the Grand Prix Amusements No. 70, Cole Schill ninth in the Mid Ag Dispatch No. 44*, and Ryan Corbett tenth in the Corbett Trucking No. C4.
Racing is scheduled to begin at seven o'clock both nights.
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