Monthly Archives September 2014

Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Seitz Memorial At River Cities

Bill throws it sideways through the turn at River Cities. Mike Spieker photo.

On Thursday night, September 4th at the River Cities Speedway during the NLRA season finale, Bill started and finished second in his heat race. That result put him in a redraw spot, an he drew the seventh starting spot in the main event. Bill spent the early part of the race battling John Kaanta in a rematch of Bill’s 2011 NLRA win at the Jamestown Speedway, in which Bill defeated Kaanta for his first NLRA series win. The latter stages of the race saw exchanges with eventual Seitz Memorial champion AJ Diemel and Pat Doar, whom Bill would have to finish ahead of by three spots to keep his streak alive of top tens in the final NLRA standings...

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Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Rain, Red River Co-Op, and River Cities

Bill speeds down the back stretch at the Red River Co-Op Speedway. Tim Johnson photo.

Two weeks ago, Bill was scheduled to race three races in as many nights, but mother nature had different plans. Bill raced with the NLRA at the Norman County Raceway in Ada, MN on August 21. He started third in his heat race and held off Brad Seng for the third and final redraw spot. Bill redrew the ninth starting spot for the feature, but just after the redraw was completed, rain started to fall, cancelling the feature. The next night at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, Bill once again was only able to run a heat race. He finished fifth in his heat, but as the field was pulling on to the track, the fourth rain delay, coupled with the cities’ curfew postponed the feature to the next week...

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