Since Jamestown Speedway’s Test and Tune was cancelled out from the rain, the crew (Joey, Chase, Shawn and Scott) quickly changed the gears and heading out to the Dakota State Fair Speedway in Huron, SD to race their opening night.
The Dakota Engine Builder powered 1s started 5th in the 3rd heat. The track was tacky and fast. Scott was able to slowly move up the pack and get into the 2ndspot with 2 laps to go. The leader had checked out and there just wasn’t enough laps to reel him in.
26 Midwest Modifieds started the feature. The 2nd place heat finish put Scott Bintz starting in the 6thspot. When the green flag dropped, Scott didn’t get the best start but quickly got into the groove, picking off a car every few laps. He was able to do some passing in boththe high or low groove. With 4 laps to go, Scott made the pass for the lead and bring pulling away from the pack. On the finally lap, #2MD Josh Skorczewski reeled back in the Truxedo sponsored 1s machine and it was a drag race down the back stretch. Coming out of 4, Josh passed Scott for the win. Congrats to Josh for his 1st win of the season. It was a fun trip and we did bring a 2nd trophy back from South Dakota. It has found a home up in Minot, ND. Casey Scott of Minot was all smiles when Scott gave him his new trophy.
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