GRAND FORKS, N.D. (August 22, 2019) – There is no doubt that last Friday night at River Cities Speedway will be a night race fans will be talking about for years.
On the 14th lap of the World of Outlaws feature, Brendan Mullen and another car made contact, which sent Brendan off the turn two embankment where he flipped end over end. Brendan’s machine came to rest on top of a 15-foot catch fence, where River Cities Speedway fire and safety crew members were quick to his aid.
Brendan climbed out uninjured.
“From my point of view, a car came and slid up in turn two and I hopped his tire. After that, I just closed my eyes and when I opened them I was up on the fence looking down into the infield,” said Mullen.
“I’m pretty proud (about how the night went) though. We started ninth in the heat and finished sixth and made the show. We were okay in the feature… a little too tight, but I think we learned some things.”
The focus now turns to Friday night’s Buffalo Wild Wings NOSA Sprint Car event at River Cities. Mullen has collected two top 10 finishes at the Bullring this year in nine starts. His best finish to date was an eighth-place effort on May 31st.
Brendan and the entire Mullen Motorsports team would like to thank all their sponsors for their support!
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Top Fives: 2
Top Tens: 9
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