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Montevideo American-News
  • Troy Berends wins $1,000 Wissota Modified feature

  • Thirty-one WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds came to Fiesta City Speedway for the $1,000 to win feature.
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  • Thirty-one WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds came to Fiesta City Speedway for the $1,000 to win feature.
    Justin Froemming took the lead at the start of the 25 lap WISSOTA Midwest Mod feature. Near the midpoint of the race, Froemming’s car experienced mechanical trouble that ended his night. Troy Berends became the new leader and held off Jamestown, N.D., driver Scott Bintz for his second win of the year.
    Brian Neal took the lead to start the Pure Stock feature. The red flag came out on lap 3 when Jesse Timm’s car went off of turn 1, rolled over, and landed on its roof. Timm was OK.  Jon Tollakson took the lead from Neal on lap 5 and went to win sixth feature of the season and fifth in a row.
    Ryan Buer took the lead to start the WISSOTA Mod 4 feature. Dustin Zieske took the lead from Buer on lap 3 and went on to win his fifth feature of the year and third in a row.
    The WISSOTA Street Stock feature saw three different leaders on the first three laps.  Tim Rhode led lap 1, Ben Albertson led lap 2 and Darrin Landmark took the lead on lap 3. Landmark didn’t look back as he held off Mike Jans for his third feature win of the season.
    Matt Gilbertson passed Ryan Canon with six laps to go and went on to win his third WISSOTA Modified feature of the year at Fiesta City Speedway.
     Corey Nelson led all 18 laps of the WISSOTA Late Model feature for his first win of the season.
    The Vintage Cars will be part of the race program on Friday at the Chippewa County Fair. Races are sponsored by Minnwest Bank, KleinBank and Runnings Farm & Fleet.  Grandstand admission is $5 for the fair race.  Racing starts at 7 pm.

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