NSL: National Sprint League Announces Two-Race “March Through Missouri” Swing

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WINDOM, Minn. — official release —

The history of sprint car racing in Missouri goes back to the sport’s beginnings. The National Sprint League announced a pair of shows in the “Show-me State” in the month of May on Tuesday.

The “March Through Missouri” will include back-to-back nights at the St. Francois County Raceway near Farmington, and the Randolph County Raceway near Moberly.

On Thursday, May 28, the NSL invades the St. Francois County Raceway. Defending track champion, Tommy Worley Jr., Joey Montgomery and Joey Boyd will be amongst the drivers defending their home turf against the NSL. The 3/8-mile dirt oval figures to be the perfect battleground!

The following night, May 29, the series moves northwest to the Randolph County Raceway near Moberly. For the first time in over 20 years, the sounds of 410 sprint car engines will be echoing off the track’s high banks. When the track opened in 1989, Steve Kinser won two of the five 410 events contested there.

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