Sioux Falls Driver Beats National Sprint League
The National Sprint League is one of the top circuits in all of sprint car racing today. The series has attracted top drivers from all across the country.
They raced Sunday night at Huset's Speedway. Twenty five outlaw sprint cars started the 35 lap main event.
The driver that came out on top and put on one superb show in doing so, was Dusty Zomer. The Sioux Falls driver runs the #82 Bufalo Wild Wings car.
It was Zomer's second National Sprint League victory this year. He also is the point leader at Huset's Speedway this season.
Zomer held National Sprint League top point man, Danny Lasoski, of Dover, Missouri to second place. Lasoski challenged hard for the lead. pulling up alongside Zomer a few times, but Zomer held him off.
Tim Kaeding, from San Jose, California, also was running hard up near the front finishing third. The victory paid Zomer $8000.
Two classes of stock cars were also on the card. Nate Barger, from Madison, South Dakota, got his first ever win at Huset's in the hobby stocks. And Gary Brown, Jr. won the street stocks passing Zach Olivier with on lap to go. See complete results.