Monthly Archives July 2018

Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Laps Lead And Another Top Five

Bill digging through turn two at River Cities. Mike Spieker photo.

It was a successful night one in the new car for Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Lucas Oil Millar Powered MasterSbilt by JMR, as he lead a lap, and scored another top five finish.

As most of you who follow us on a regular basis know, Bill doesn’t have the best luck at the draw window. This tradition continued at the River Cities Speedway last Friday, as Bill drew an 85 out of 100, placing Bill in the fifth starting spot in his six car heat race.

As is also the case if you are a regular reader, you know that Bill has historically been a hard charger. Bill also kept this tradition going, as he charged from fifth to second on the opening lap of his heat race.

After a caution flag, and the early leader going pit side shortl...

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Bill Mooney Racing Preview – Second Half Begins Tonight At River Cities

 

Bill putting the new 2 car to the test last Friday at River Cities. Mike Spieker photo.

After a shake down of the new car last week, Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Travel Manitoba Miller Powered MasterSbilt by JMR, will look to start the second half of the season strong tonight at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks.

A week ago Thursday, Bill and his crew finished the new version of the 2 car just before midnight. He decided to bring the car to Grand Forks and race it with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series before going on holiday for a week.

“Frankenstein,” as the car has been named, was 18th quick in time trials and sixth in the heat race...

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Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Long Night Ends With First Rollover In Twenty Year Career

 

Bill heads down the backstretch last Friday night. Mike Spieker photo. 

The night started out with a bad draw, and failed to improve from there on for Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Weed Man Millar powered MasterSbilt by JMR, as a stack up at the bottom of turn two caused the 2 car to rollover.

It was Midco T.V. night at the River Cities Speedway last Friday night, and things got off to an inauspicious start at the draw window, once again, as he drew the 94 pill. The draw being out off 100, meant Bill knew right away he’d be starting towards the back of his heat race.

The problem was exacerbated by heavy rain that fell in the Grand Forks area thoughout Thursday and early Friday morning, making for a very fast, but narrow track.

Bill started sixth, and improved one spot, running fifth...

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