Seng wasted no time taking the lead, while Schill, Shane Edginton, Steffen Snare, and Ricky Weiss battled for position behind him.
Weiss, driving the No. 7 All Rig Towing Bloomquist, became the hard charger of the race in the first couple rounds, moving from his fifth starting spot to second, while Edginton settled into third in the No. 4 General Signs Victory by Moyer.
Seng was unchallenged for the majority off the race, whether he was in open air, or even when he weaved his way through lapped traffic. Late in the race, Mike Balcaen and Cole Schill made the last swap inside the top five with ten to go, as Balcaen moved the No. 10 Enns Brothers Black Diamond into the fourth spot.
Seng continued on for the victory by a margin of nearly three-and-a-half seconds over runner-up Ricky Weiss. Shane Edginton finished third, while Mike Balcaen and Cole Schill rounded out the top five.
Steffen Snare finished sixth in the No. 71S Todd's Electric Bloomquist, with Dustin Strand, who had just won the Modified feature, running seventh in the No. 71 Q&Z Plumbing & Heating Millenium.
Joey Pederson brought the No. 7P Dahlstrom Motors MB Custom home eighth, with Ryan Corbett in Brad Seng's backup car, and Jeff Hapala in the No. 16S City Parcel Delivery MasterSbilt by JMR, rounding out the top ten.
Seng, Snare, and Schill won the heats. 18 cars enetered the event in Greenbush.
NLRA action continues this Saturday night, July the 22nd, at the Devils Lake Speedway near Doyon, ND, in an event that also features the NOSA Sprint Cars.
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