Interstate Power Systems & Gateway Cenex present the Premier Racing Series at River Cities Speedway.
By Mike Spieker
GRAND FORKS, ND (July 31) - The Bullring will be back in action tonight with the Northern Outlaw Sprint Association, WISSOTA Late Models, Midwest Modifieds, and Street Stocks.
While Wade Nygaard and Austin Pierce continue their intense points battle in the Sprint Car division, RCS invader Dusty Zomer will try to top both Grand Forks drivers as he seeks his second win at River Cities.
Dustin Strand and Brad Seng enter the night's raced tied atop the Late Model points standings. Last week both drivers finished first and second, with Seng parking his #12s in RydellCars.com Victory Lane.
Despite suffering a DNF (Did Not Finish) early in the season, Travis Robertson has rebounded in a big way. Robertson has won five of the last six Street Stock features and now sits three points ahead of former track champion, Jim Geringer.
Millenium Chassis are simply dominating the Happy Harry's Midwest Modifieds in 2015. Four drivers in the top five in the points standings are all Millenium pilots and are led by Winnipeg's Austin Hunter. Preston Carr and Ricky Hamel are 11 and 12 points behind, respectively, while Matt Schow is 21 markers back of Hunter.
Racing presented by Interstate Power Systems and Gateway Cenex begins at 7:00pm.