Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Openers, Haase 360 Win Highlights Sprint Weekend


NLSA feature winner Kelsi Pederson photo by Speedway Shots

The Northern Lightning Sprint Association kicked off their 2018 racing season at Glyndon, Minnesota's Buffalo River Race Park on Sunday night. Starting from the pole position, Kelsi Pederson of East Grand Forks, MN led every lap and wheeled her #93 sprinter into victory lane. This was her second career win at Buffalo River Race Park.

Buffalo River Race Park, Glyndon, MN
Sunday, May 13, 2018

NLSA LIGHTNING SPRINT FEATURE
1. 93 Kelsi Pederson
2. 10 Alex Truscinski
3. 17K Zachary Kwaitkoski
4. 13 Alan Truscinski
5. 16 Josh Abrahamson
6. 40 Lawrence Veralrud
7. 11M Brendan Mullen
8. 100 Jason Berg
9. 22 Dylan Herman

Heat Winner: 17K Zachary Kwiatkoski

Next scheduled NLSA race is Sunday, May 20 at Buffalo River Raceway Park. Start time is 6:00pm.


In the first of 10 meetings between the Canadian American Outlaw Sprintcar Series and the Northern Outlaw Sprint Association in 2018, Jade Hastings of Grand Forks, ND held off veteran Wade Nygaard to win the 410 sprint car feature at Devil's Lake Speedway on Saturday night.

Devil's Lake Speedway, Crary, ND
Saturday, May 12, 2018

CAOSS/NOSA SPRINT CAR FEATURE
1. 8H Jade Hastings
2. 9N Wade Nygaard
3. 11M Brendan Mullen
4. 13 Ty Hanten
5. 55 Nick Ranten
6. 8BALL Jack Croaker
7. 26 Blake Egeland
8. 14 Tom Egeland
9. 12 Brayden Pengilly
10. 6 Zach Wilde

Heat Winners: 13 Ty Hanten, 6 Zach Wilde

Race Summary Courtesy of Mike Spieker

Next scheduled CAOSS/NOSA race is Saturday, May 19 at Devil's Lake Speedway. Start time is 7:00pm.


Congratulations go out to McKenna Haase of Des Moines, Iowa who became the first woman to win a 360 sprint car race at the famous half mile of Knoxville Raceway this weekend. It's a safe bet that this will not be the last we hear of the 20 year old sprint car driver.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery to veteran sprint car driver Terry McCarl who was involved in a bad multi-car crash at Knoxville Raceway on Saturday. He was taken to Knoxville Hospital but has since been released and is recuperating at home. Get well soon.

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