Butler Does It Aagain

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Butler Does It Aagain

Unread post by PrairieDirt » Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:03 pm

Greg Cybulski, WINNIPEG, MB (August 2, 2012)For the second time this season, Wally Butler swept both his heat race and the Northern Lightning Sprint Association feature at Red River Co-op Speedway on Thursday night. On the first occasion, back on June 25, Butler's #35W Lightning Sprint made a clean sweep as well.

Coincidentally, the second place car in both features was the #2 Sprinter of 2-time NLSA champion Roland Bernard.

Plenty of passing was taking place as the top 5 finishers all worked their way to the front. The hard charger of the night was Amber Balcaen as she raced her way up, from the tail of the field, to earn a very respectable 4th place finish.

Rounding up the evening's top 5 were Wally Butler, Roland Bernard, Chris Sorin, Amber Balcaen and Dylan Sabatini.

Next scheduled racing action for the NLSA will be Friday, August 10 at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

The next scheduled NLSA racing at Red River Co-op Speedway will be Thursday, August 16 at 7:30pm.

Northern Lightning Sprint Association
Red River Co-op Speedway, MB.
Thursday, August 2, 2012

Heat 1
1. 2 Roland Bernard
2. 1 Chris Sorin
3. 27 Chris Unrau
4. 43 Robert Livingstone
5. 14 Edward Bell
6. 10 Amber Balcaen

Heat 2
1. 35W Wally Butler
2. 29 Dylan Sabatini
3. 31 Frank Elias/Eric Klassen
4. 17 Jesse Giesbrecht
5. 13 Al Giesbrecht
6. 9 Matt Zaleski

NLSA Feature
1. 35W Wally Butler
2. 2 Roland Bernard
3. 1 Chris Sorin
4. 10 Amber Balcaen
5. 29 Dylan Sabatini
6. 31 Frank Elias/Eric Klassen
7. 13 Al Giesbrecht
8. 14 Edward Bell
9. 9 Matt Zaleski
10. 17 Jesse Giesbrecht
11. 27 Chris Unrau DNF
12. 43 Robert Livingstone DNF

About the Northern Lightning Sprint Association:
Created in September of 2008, the Northern Lightning Sprint Association is a rapidly growing organization committed to the creation and maintenance of safe, fast, fun, and affordable open wheel racing. Many of the organization’s members are dedicated to helping charities such as the Children’s Hospital Foundation and Cancer Care of Manitoba. More information can be found at http://www.nlsprints.com

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