18 cars in Rapid City? Guess I need to look on the site. I'm surprised at that car count. Where was the ND race at, River Cities in Grand Forks?Only 18 cars showed up for $20,000 to win. The result of another big 410 race in ND, plus major 410 shows in PA, CA, and so on. Not the among the better races of the year (hard charged passed three cars), but they all can't be classics. Onto Montana tomorrow.
NOSA 410s were running the same night as Rapid City. NOSA was running at River Cities, yes. They had 22 cars.18 cars in Rapid City? Guess I need to look on the site. I'm surprised at that car count. Where was the ND race at, River Cities in Grand Forks?
Well no worries there. Fernley already cancelled the WoO race. I guess they must have had too few advance tickets sell and felt they would lose money.I realize Reno-Fernley is the complete opposite side of a huge state in Nevada, but I wish they'd have put the Outlaws race a different weekend than NASCAR in Vegas.
They were definitely selling them at some point. I had considered going out there and doing part of the NASCAR weekend and doing that WoO show. Decided against it anyway, but i had looked into the tickets before.I couldn't even find tickets for Fernley anywhere. Glad I decided not to go and went to LVMS instead, something seemed fishy here.
Yeah I was pretty happy to see a big race (even sporting event for that matter) in Reno.They were definitely selling them at some point. I had considered going out there and doing part of the NASCAR weekend and doing that WoO show. Decided against it anyway, but i had looked into the tickets before.
Was really cool to see a big race happening in Nevada besides in Vegas. The only one I know of is the short course track near Sparks with the Lucas Oil Off Road series.
It is almost unbelievable how far this team and driver(s) have come since starting out in sprint cars. Good to see hard work and dedication paying off. Hope they keep it up.Tonight was a heartbreaker for Jacob Allen. About to win his first WoO feature, and pulls off with a blown engine with two laps to go. Cruel twist of fate, and his teammate Schuchart wins again instead. Some good battling between Schuchart, Gravel, and Schatz at different points. Schatz reclaimed the points lead with a second place finish. Sweet finished 10th.