Wolla, Berg are IMCA winners on record setting night at Dacotah Speedway 

MANDAN, N.D. (May 22) – Records are meant to be broken.

That was the case Friday as 137 drivers checked in for a regular night of racing at Dacotah Speed­way. It was a new track record for the track that boasts the highest number of IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds in North Dakota.

Jason Wolla picked up his second straight Modified victory, leading from the second lap to the checkers.

Aaron Turnbull reeled in Shawn Strand for second as the frontrunners caught the tail end of the field.

Lapped traffic slowed Strand as Turnbull drove by with three laps to go. Turnbull ran out of time, however, and had to settle for second.

Jason Berg led the final two circuits in winning the Mach-1 Sport Compact main event. Chase Schlafmann was second and Nic West was third.

Despite the record car count, the final checkered flag waved shortly 10:10 p.m., meaning just three hours and 10 minutes were needed to complete the entire show.