Happy Harry's WISSOTA Midwest Modified recap, presented by RydellCars.com
By Mike Spieker
GRAND FORKS, ND (September 12) - A River Cities Speedway record 56 Wells Concrete WISSOTA Midwest Mods were in attendance for the Seitz Memorial finale.
After six heat races, and three b-mains, the 24-car field was set for the 20-lap, $920-to-win main event. Langdon’s Lance Schill and Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Channing Sproule led the field to the green. Schill took the point at the get go and led the first handful of laps with ease.
On lap six Schill was challenged by fellow Millenium Chassis driver, Matt Schow, and the two raced for the lead. Schow took the point two laps later as Ricky Hamel and Scott Vasichek began to reel in Schill for second. Schow found lapped traffic with nine to go, but he had already established a commanding lead. Schow, River Cities’ 2015 Midwest Modified track champion, cruised smoothly around the Bullring in the final laps to take his fourth RCS win of 2015.
Schill came home second, followed by Hamel, Vasichek, and Rich Pavlicek.