Christianson parks in Dacotah Speedway’s victory lane

MANDAN, N.D. (May 19) – Drew Christianson made his move in the last set of turns, then parked his IMCA Modified in victory lane at Dacotah Speedway Friday night.

The win at Mandan was his first since 2010.

Veteran Herb Bargmann grabbed the early lead; Travis Ulmer started to catch up as Myles Tomlinson lurked in third. That three-car battle for the lead, allowed Christianson to close in.

Tomlinson and Christianson split Ulmer as Bargmann got off the backstretch. Christianson shuffled into the lead, bringing Tomlinson with him.

Using lapped traffic as a pick, Tomlinson grabbed the lead as the white flag waved. However, Christian­son came back and threw the car in hard in turns three and four. Using a clean slide job, Christianson slid up in front of Tomlinson to pick up his first local feature victory in seven seasons.

Berg Makes it a Three-Peat in IMCA Sport Compacts

Bismarck’s Andy Reed and Stan Thompson started on the front row of the IMCA Sport Compact feature. Defending track champion,

Jason Berg made it a three-wide battle for the lead, then used the bottom line to three-peat in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts.