This weekend’s Bracket Drag Racing Series brings more great racing action to BIR, but it’s also a chance for 14 drivers to earn the title of King of the Track. That’s on Saturday, along with the regular racing program.
Joseph Wilzcek and Greg Schmidt won the Pro Outlaw and Outlaw classes, respectively, during the PleasureLand RV Show & Go, which was the second leg of the Muscle Car Series. Things are getting interesting going into the grand finale Labor Day weekend.
Sunday’s Trans Am Series race was a dandy, with Amy Ruman taking the TA win. The most exciting battle was in TA2, where Duluth’s Tommy Archer lost the lead with three laps to go and finished second.
The 41-car field in Sunday’s Trans Am Series race will feature a number of race teams with Minnesota connections. Regardless where they’re from, the racing action is expected to be incredible. The race will be televised July 17 on CBS Sports Network.
Adam Andretti, newphew of racing legend Mario Andretti, and Duluth native Tommy Archer will be among the drivers competing in the Trans Am Series race during BIR’s PleasureLand RV Show & Go on the Fourth of July weekend.
The NHRA Summit Racing Junior Drag Racing League Challenge was the highlight of last weekend’s Bracket Drag Racing Series as the Junior Dragster drivers battled for Wally trophies and series points.
The Modern Automotive Performance Proving Grounds is becoming one of BIR’s most popular events, mostly because of the variety of events, including drifting and Time Attack. Action is on three tracks most of the weekend.
It’s a trifecta of racing at BIR this weekend: Superbike racing, drag racing and IWA watercross, or snowmobiles racing on open water. Superbike racing is a joint event between the Central Roadracing Association and Championship Cup Series from Texas. All for a single ticket!
Thunder at the Lakes lived up to his name as some of the top Sportsman drag racers from around the country showed up at BIR for the NHRA West Central Divisional Race.
The second Bracket Drag Racing Series was a huge success, as more than 400 cars competed under sunny skies. The racing was intense as drivers battle for series points and prize money. The Slowpokes Car Club was on the road course Sunday.