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Published July 11, 2022

Dakota Classic Modified Tour Hits Minot

Written by
Tayton Hjelmstad
| The Dakotan

MINOT – Nodak Speedway hosted night two of the 2022 Dakota Classic Modified Tour Sunday. The tour brings some of the best IMCA Stock Car and Modified racers from across the country  to North Dakota as they compete in a six-night series of races across the Peace Garden State.  

This year’s Tour began Saturday, July 9 in Jamestown. The Tour continues Monday in Williston, followed by Dickinson on Tuesday, and concludes with a double-header at Dacotah Speedway in Mandan Wednesday and Thursday. Fifty-nine 59 IMCA Modified drivers and 34 IMCA Stock Car drivers registered for this year’s tour. 

Feature Race Results – Top 5 

IMCA Modified  

1 – Tom Berry Jr., Des Moines, IA 

2 – Kolin Hibdon, Pahrump, NV 

3 – Ricky Alvarado, Delta, CO 

4 – Shawn Strand, Mandan, ND 

5 – Tim Ward, Harcourt, IA 

IMCA Stock Car 

1 – Randy Klein, Enderlin, ND 

2 – Trent Grager, Sykeston, ND 

3 – Tim Pessek, Hutchinson, MN 

4 – Austin Daae, Estevan, SK 

5 – Travis Ulmer, Mandan, ND 

“I was just going as fast as I could and that last lap, that’s what happens when you start thinking [about a win] you almost spin out.”  Randy Klien, Enderlin, Stock Car feature winner said in victory lane. 

The Nodak Speedway now has a mid-season State Fair break before returning with a traditional Enduro Race on August 7, with regular IMCA racing returning August 14.  

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