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September 10
River Cities Speedway,
Grand Forks, ND
Sanction: WISSOTA special events (non-touring) (John Seitz Memorial) - $10,092
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated September 11, 5:11 am)
Diemel bags $10,092, second John Seitz Memorial win
John Seitz Memorial
  1. A.J. Diemel
  2. Don Shaw
  3. Jeffrey Massingill
  4. Joey Pederson
  5. Brad Seng
  6. Chad Mahder
  7. Jeff Wildung
  8. Curt Gelling
  9. John Kaanta
  10. Pat Doar
  11. Zach Johnson
  12. Dustin Strand
  13. Aaron Turnbull
  14. Scott Ward
  15. Mike Balcaen
  16. Jake Redetzke
  17. Bill Mooney
  18. David McDonald
  19. Steffen Snare
  20. Cole Schill
  21. Nick Anvelink
  22. Steve Anderson
  23. Jeff Provinzino
  24. Steve Laursen
  25. Lance Matthees
  26. Cody Skytland
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What won the race: Taking the lead from Don Shaw on the 58th lap, A.J. Diemel of Elk Mound, Wis., controlled the rest of the 92-lap feature for his second John Seitz Memorial triumph and a career-high $10,092 payday at River Cities Speedway. Diemel's margin of victory over Shaw was 1.365 seconds.
Key notes: Diemel, who has now finished on the podium in the race for five consecutive seasons, previously won the 2014 John Seitz Memorial. … Polesitter Steve Laursen led the first 22 circuits. … Shaw took the lead from Laursen on lap 23. … Diemel moved to second on the 31st lap. … The feature was slowed by a red flag with 32 laps complete. … Laursen fell out after 41 laps. … Diemel, who drives car No. 58, took the lead from Shaw on the 58th lap. … Jake Redetzke took the runner-up spot from Shaw on lap 61 and held it for nearly 20 laps; Redetzke drastically fell back in the final 10 circuits to finish 16th. … The feature's final caution came on lap 80. ... Twenty drivers were running at the finish. ... WISSOTA's 10th annual John Seitz Memorial weekend was presented by Buffalo Wild Wings. ... With a nod to Seitz's familiar car No. 92, the event honored the late Bemidji, Minn., driver, who passed away on Feb. 4, 2007. ... Action kicked off Thursday with the Prelude to the Johnny, a $1,500-to-win event won by Dustin Strand that wrapped up the season for the Northern LateModel Racing Association
On the move: Defending race winner Chad Mahder of Eau Claire, Wis., rallied from 18th to finish sixth after briefly running as high as fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Diemel's MB Customs Race Car is sponsored by Beltline Body Shop, Bobcat of Morris, Mars Race Cars and Prestige Custom Cabinetry.
Points chase: Dustin Strand of Grand Forks, N.D., was crowned the track's WISSOTA Late Model champion in 2016.
Car count: 39
Polesitter: Steve Laursen
Dash winner: Steve Laursen
Heat race winners: Jake Redetzke, Jeff Wildung, A.J. Diemel, Curt Gelling, Brad Seng
Consolation race winners: Scott Ward, Chad Mahder, Nick Anvelink
Next series race: September 14, Dakota State Fair Speedway (Huron, SD) $10,000
Editor's note: Updates with increased winner's purse.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Laursen, Doar
Row 2: Gelling, Diemel
Row 3: Shaw, Redetzke
Row 4: Seng, Matthees
Row 5: A. Turnbull, C. Schill
Row 6: Massingill, Kaanta
Row 7: Pederson, Wildung
Row 8: Snare, Balcaen
Row 9: Ward, Mahder
Row 10: Strand, Provinzino
Row 11: Z. Johnson, McDonald
Row 12: Mooney, Anderson
Row 13: Anvelink, Skytland

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