Monthly Archives May 2018

Bill Mooney Racing Preview – Looking To Open June In Style

Bill starts down the backstretch at River Cities on May 11th. Mike Spieker photo.

With the month of May in the books, Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Lithia Toyota of Grand Forks Millar powered MasterSbilt by JMR, will go for Late Model win number eight at the River Cities Speedway on Friday night.

With the late spring, the 2 car hit the track twice in the month of May, picking up a podium, and leading laps at the opener at River Cities on May 11th.

The 2 car moved on to the Northern Late Model Racing Association opener at the Devils Lake Speedway on May 19th, scoring a pair of comebacks, winning his heat from the back of the field, and securing a top ten after an early race spin during the main event.

Bill has fourteen wins at the River Cities Speedway, spread through three divisions, s...

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Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Many Passes Made During Pair Of Devils Lake Comebacks

Bill on his way to a heat race win after charging from the back of the field last Saturday at Devils Lake.
Mike Spieker photo.

Sometimes the results don’t always show how good you were, as Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 OMG Candy Millar Engines powered MasterSbilt by JMR, won his heat, after an incredible comeback, and had a top five run from the rear of the field in the feature, go away on a late restart.

After a Friday night rain out at the River Cities Speedway, the season opener for the Northern Late Model Racing Association shifted an hour west to the Devils Lake Speedway near Crary, ND.

Bill drew the fourth starting spot for the heat race, but another competitor hit a rut in turn two right in front of the 2 car...

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Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Laps Lead And A Podium Finish In 2018 Lid Lifter

Bill at speed at River Cities last Friday night. Mike Spieker photo.

It was a strong opening salvo last Friday for Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Lucas Oil Millar Engines powered MasterSbilt by JMR, as he lead early, and went on to secure his first podium of the 2018 season at the River Cities Speedway.

Bill started the night with a bit of a task on his hands, as he was slated to start fifth in his heat race. He slid back to sixth, but charged back, passing Brandon Fuller and Travis Robertson to climb to fourth by the end of the race.

A favorable re-draw gave Bill the third starting spot in the main event, and he wasted no time moving forward.

Bill moved past Brad Seng for second, charging off the bottom of turn four to take the spot at the line...

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