Monthly Archives June 2019

Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Another Top Ten After Another Comeback From Mechanical Woes

Bill powers through turn two at River Cities. Speedway Shots photo. 

With another race in the books, Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Winnipeg Hearing Centres MasterSbilt by JMR, scored another top ten after missing another heat race due to mechanical woes.

Bill’s only race last week came in weekly competition at the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, due to the rain out of Saturday’s event at the Devils Lake Speedway.

Bill was slated to start fourth in the first heat race, but after he took the green, Bill immediately exited the racing surface upon entering the first turn, as the throttle had stuck on the 2 car.

Once again, the problem was quickly rectified, while Bill was again faced with a tall task, starting last in the main event.

Two weeks prior, Bill had a power steering issue,...

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Bill Mooney Racing Recap – Top Ten Streak Continues With NLRA At River Cities


Bill drives out of turn two at River Cities last Friday. Speedway Shots photo.

Another week is in the books for Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Emerson Duty Free MasterSbilt by JMR, collecting another top ten at River Cities with the NLRA.

Last Friday, Bill headed to the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks for the third time this season. But this week was different as the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series made their first of two appearances at the Bullring in 2019.

That also means it was a Northern Late Model Racing Association tour event, as Bill headed into the event sixth in points after the series opener at Devils Lake.

Bill drew another good number, a thirty-one, placing him third in the second heat race...

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Bill Mooney Racing Recap – A Weekend Of Comebacks

Bill turning laps at the Devils Lake Speedway last Saturday night. Mike Spieker photo. 

It was a wild weekend for Bill Mooney, driver of the No. 2 Lithia Toyota of Grand Forks MasterSbilt by JMR, as he came back from a mechanical issue on Friday to score a hard fought top ten.

Last Friday night, Bill headed back to the River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks for the second week of weekly competition at the high-banked, three-tenths mile “Bullring.”

The good luck streak at the draw window continued, as he followed up his number one draw from the opener, with a three, placing him on the pole of a heat race.

That’s where the luck came to an end, as the 2 car started to smoke as he pulled onto the River Cities clay...

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