By Spieker Promotions
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (July 14, 2021) – Brad Seng continued his pursuit of a fifth NLRA series championship last Friday night at River Cities Speedway, where he finished fourth in the Wayne Anderson Cup event.
On Thursday night, the NLRA Late Models were part of the inaugural Wayne Anderson Cup event at River Cities, an event named after Seng’s uncle who was instrumental in turning Grand Forks Speedway into River Cities in 1999, building the groundwork towards making the speedway the success it is today.
Seng started his night with a second place run in his heat race from the fourth starting spot. Seng redrew the fourth starting spot for the 25 lap main event.
Seng moved onto the final spot on the podium from the drop of the green, and remained in the third spot for the majority of the race. Seng finished the race where he started, in the fourth position.
Seng will head into the next NLRA event, which is the Howie Schill Memorial on July 23rd at River Cities, just 40 points back of the series point lead.
Seng returned to River Cities on Friday night for weekly competition, where he started and finished fourth in his heat race.
Starting tenth in the 20 lap main event, Seng’s night ended early when he was involved in a pileup in turns one and two, which caused significant damage to his S&S Transport No. 12S.
Seng will return to River Cities this Friday night for his annual run against the World of Outlaws Late Model Series.
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