By Spieker Promotions
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (July 4, 2019) – Brad Seng parked his S&S Transports No. 12S Late Model in victory lane for the first time this season on Saturday night at Devils Lake Speedway in Crary, N.D. The win came on the back half of a two-race weekend for the three-time NLRA series champion. The racing kicked off for Seng Friday night at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks.
Seng started fifth in his heat race at the three-tenths mile bullring. After a sixth place finish, Seng was slated to roll off 12th in the main event. He wasted little time moving the No. 12S Anderson Brother's Body Shop MB Custom through the field, as he was already into the top 10 after three circuits.
At the halfway point, Seng really turned it on, as he climbed past rookies Cole Babcock and Ryan Kereluk, and veteran Tom Corcoran to move up to seventh.
He wasn't done yet, however, as he continued his charge past Joey Pederson and early leader Brandon Fuller to move into the top five.
Seng made a last pass on Mike Balcaen with five laps to go, to score a fourth place run.
On Saturday, Seng headed west to Devils Lake Speedway, to take on the high-banked third-mile speedway.
Seng started on the outsiode of the front row in the main event after scoring a third place run in the heat race. Seng took the lead in turns one and two from Late Model sophomore driver Jesse Teunis at the start, and never looked back, scoring his first win of the 2019 season.
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