The annual North Central Motor Speedway stock car show at Dondelinger's April 5-6 will offer something different this year.
Season ticket packages for the speedway will be available. Reserved seating tickets will go on sale on the speedway's practice day on April 20 starting at 11 a.m.
In other speedway news, the winner of the Wissota Midwest Modified feature on July 3 will take home $1,000. The Wissota Street Stock feature winner for the Labor Day Spectacular will win $1,000 and the Wissota Super Stock winner will take home a $1,000 purse plus a $1,500 gift certificate toward a new Affordable Chassis Super Stock.
Sunoco is one of the speedway's contingency sponsors this season. The company will put money into a fund for every gallon of its fuel that is sold at the speedway. This fund will then be distributed to drivers who have purchased fuel at the track via a drawing during the season-ending awards banquet.
For more information, log onto the speedway's website, www.racencs.com.
Foote nabs second
GAYLORD, Mich. -- Josh Foote of Merrifield finished second on his Arctic Cat in the Semi-Pro Fan final at the World Snowmobile Association's Snocross Worldwide Championship Series event at Gaylord, Mich., Saturday.
This was the only final in the Semi-Pro class that finished before the event was called on Sunday because of very cold temperatures and blizzard conditions. No professional class features were held on Sunday.
The Semi-Pro Stock and Semi-Pro Open and Pro Vet finals will be run on Friday during the series finale at Lake Geneva, Wis. On Saturday, the Pro Stock and Pro Open last chance qualifiers and finals will be made up.
John takes fifth
SHAKOPEE -- Trevor John raced his Polaris to a fifth-place finish in the Pro Stock final during the eighth round of the World Snowmobile Association's Snocross Worldwide Championship Series at Canterbury Park on March 3.
John finished fifth and third in the qualifying rounds. Todd Wolff on a Ski Doo won the race.
John also finished 11th in the Pro Open final. He nabbed a fourth place and second place in the qualifying rounds. Tucker Hibbert on his Arctic Cat won.
Other area racers competing and placing among the top three in finals at the event were Levi LaVallee of Longville and Foote.
LaVallee placed third in the Semi-Pro Open aboard his Polaris and Foote nabbed a sixth on his Arctic Cat in the Semi-Pro Fan final.
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