Unseasonably warm temperatures greeted a near-record number of cars for the 37th Annual Stock Car Stampede.
A total of 289 cars took to the track for the event, which is the largest in the Upper Midwest, this weekend at the Jamestown Speedway. That’s just five short of the all-time record of 294, set in 2007. A total of 59 cars took to the track in the WISSOTA Modifieds class, with 56 in the WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds.
The 37th Annual Stock Car Stamped is set for this weekend at the Jamestown Speedway.
Annually the biggest racing event in the region, the two-day special event brings the top drivers from the area and the Upper Midwest.
As part of the city’s 125th anniversary this weekend, the Jamestown Speedway welcomes the NLRA Late Models for the series’ only stop here until the Stock Car Stampede.
The driver-owned circuit based out of Grand Forks races in Minnesota, North Dakota and Canada during the season and many of the top drivers will be in town Saturday night at 7 p.m.
By Jamestown Sun Staff
, June 26, 2008
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