A few more looks at 2019 cars, some notes involving area drivers
I have compiled a few more cars for 2019 as many area tracks are set to commence on 2019 in the next week or two.
Cole Babcock's Wissota Late Model is all decked out, he is one of a few rookies in the class this summer.
Watertown, SD driver Morgan Ward and her 37Jr Modified. Sharp as usual. Her dad, Scott, is a top late model runner in the region.
Lisbon driver Kyle Schell's new wrap is put together, the 11 machine always with a nice look.
Ada driver Andy Wagner's 3X IMCA Sport Mod has a bright look to 2019.
Nome, ND driver Kasey Ussatis and his 2U machine; he already has a win at Mandan.
The Wissota Midwest Mods for the Langland brothers, Kyle (66) and Alex (6) of Casselton. Expect to see them at I-94 and Jamestown among the area tracks.
Jim Morlock's 97M Wissota Midwest Mod you will see at Jamestown this summer.
Two-time Wissota Mod national champ Ward Imrie of Winnipeg has his 10W machine ready to go, we will likely see him down this way a few times in 2019.
Cole Schill's 44 Wissota Late Model is sporting some gold this season -- in honor of his 10th year of racing. He is a two-time track champ at I-94 Speedway.
Alexandria driver Jeff Crouse and his Wissota Super Stock for 2019.
—Congrats to Nome, N.D., driver Kasey Ussatis on picking up the feature win in the Wissota Street Stocks on Friday at Dacotah Speedway in Mandan. Fargo driver Casey Arneson was second in the IMCA Modified feature. Andrew Jochim of Glyndon started 15th and captured the INEX Legends feature.
—Eric Riley of Morris, Minn., was fourth in the Wissota Street Stock feature at Red Cedar Speedway in Menomonie, Wis., on Friday. He will be racing at Deer Creek Speedway south of Rochester tonight.
—Good luck to the area drivers competing at Ogilvie Raceway tonight.