Here is Speedway president Terry Reinert in the number 68 mustang during the July 9th races out at the Terrace Speedway track.

Racing down the Speedway

The July 9th races at the Terrace Speedway had a great turnout says president of the association Terry Reinert.

The July 9th races at the Terrace Speedway had a great turnout says president of the association Terry Reinert.

“We had a great turnout with lots of action on the track,” Reinert said.

The A bomber heat and main races were won by Kevin Pongracz in the number 768 mustang.

The A thunder heat was won by Tyler Morten in the number 114 Chevy Nova, and Tim Graham won the main in the number 27 Monte Carlo.

The B thunder heat and main both went to Reinert in the number 68 mustang.

Reinert says the Speedway is looking forward to a good turnout in the Riverboat Days parade and races July 30th at 7 p.m.

“Come check us out and be back in town just in time for fireworks,”  he said.

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