Viking Speedway: Osakis' Waldorf grabs another win on Hall of Fame Night
Osakis' Jesse Waldorf found victory lane in the Pure Stocks at the Viking Speedway to get the races started on Hall of Fame Night on Saturday, Aug. 4.
Waldorf started in the pole position and turned it into a first-place finish in the feature, while Tanner Horn came in second and Megan Blomgren, of Carlos, third.
In other feature races, Lake Shore's Dan Ebert beat out Brian Haben and Shane Sabraski for the checkered flag in the Modifieds. In the Midwest Modifieds, Dalton's Ron Saurer took the victory ahead of Villard's Jason Hoffman and Alexandria's Blake Boelens.
In the Super Late Models, Ben Wolden, of Fergus Falls, beat out Travis Saurer in second and Bryce Sward in third.
Elsewhere, Bluffton's Shawn Koranda took the Street Stocks win ahead of Dent's Ryan Satter and De Graff's Jim Williams. Rounding out the feature winners, Shane Sabraski, of Rice, pushed to the finish line in Super Stocks for a win. Kevin Burdick and Matt Miller, respectively, followed in second and third.
VIKING SPEEDWAY POINT LEADERS (As of Aug. 4)
MODIFIEDS—Brady Gerdes, Villard - 1,294; Dustin Bitzan - 1,249; Jason Thoennes, Garfield - 1,211.
MIDWEST MODIFIEDS—Brock Gronwold, Fergus Falls - 1,056; Nick Bruder, Long Prairie - 1,055; Ron Saurer, Dalton - 1,011.
STREET STOCKS—Brett Miller, Alexandria - 1,266; Mark Blom, Glenwood - 1,250; Jeff Crouse, Alexandria - 1,236.
SUPER STOCKS—Jeff Crouse, Alexandria - 1,315; Jason Cook, Brandon - 1,285; Matt Miller, Glenwood - 1,261.
PURE STOCKS—Jesse Waldorf, Osakis - 1,353; Megan Blomgren, Carlos - 1,306; Tanner Horn - 1,232.
LIMITED LATE MODELS—Ben Wolden, Fergus Falls - 1,248; Rick Schroeder, Montevideo - 1,203; Scott Lehn, Albany - 1,100.