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June 26th, 2015 - Weiss Chalks up Seventh Win in Month of June
a Returning to Norman County Raceway (Ada, Minnesota), Ricky Weiss captured a Northern Late Model Racing Association (NLRA) victory on Wednesday on night one of the two day event. In a field of 22 Super Late Models, Ricky followed up his heat win by passing fast qualifier Matt Aukland on lap 4 of 25 to record his 13th career win the in NLRA Series. Ousting Don Shaw, Mike Balcaen, Matt Aukland and Cole Schill Weiss picked up his ninth win on the season.

aThe following night kept Ricky at Norman County Raceway (Ada, Minnesota) for another night of action in the NLRA. With a larger field of 25 entries, Weiss followed up his quick time in qualifying and a heat race victory with his 14th career NLRA win. Ricky Weiss captured a $1,100 paycheck with Dustin Strand, Zach Johnson, Steffen Snare and Donny Schatz completing the top five.

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On Friday night Weiss traveled to I-94 Speedway (Fergus Falls, Minnesota) looking to extend his NLRA win streak to three. Competing with 31 other Late Models, Ricky landed a heat win transferring him into the feature event. Starting in pole position for the feature, Ricky Weiss continued his red hot streak scoring a $2,000 payday. Inheriting the lead back on lap 15, Ricky went on to register his 11th win of the season over Lance Matthees, Eric Breeschoten, Mike Malcaen, and Dustin Strand.

Ricky is currenty in fourth in latest NLRA Standings. For more results from these events, please visit www.NLRA.org.

June 20th, 2015 - Ricky Weiss Wins at Rapid Speedway/ Visits Greenbush Race Park
aOn Wednesday night Ricky Weiss traveled to Fairmont Raceway (Fairmont, Minnesota) to take part in the OneMain WISSOTA Challenge Series. Competing in a field of 15 Super Late Models, Weiss suffered a broken drive shaft on last lap of his heat giving him a last place position to start the A-Main. Battling for the $2,000 payday, Ricky worked his way through the field to advance seven positons and capture an 8th place finish.

The next stop on the OneMain WISSOTA Challenge Series was Redwood Speedway (Redwood Falls, Minnesota) on Thursday night. With a stronger field of 19 Super Late Models, Ricky Weiss earned a chance at the $2,000 to win A-main with a 9th starting spot. Battling in a field of 17 competitors, Weiss worked his way through the field to gain five positions and record a 4th place finish behind Don Shaw, Lance Matthees, Donny Schatz with Jeff Provinzino coming in 5th.

aContinuing on the OneMain WISSOTA Challenge Series, Ricky made the trip to Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, Iowa) on Friday night. With a car count of 23 Super Late Models, Weiss captured three different wins on the evening. After placing 1st in his heat along with his dash, Ricky Weiss went on to win a $2,000 payday ousting Chad Becker, Brian Diede, Don Shaw, and Jeff Wildung in the feature event. This win gives Ricky his eighth win on the 2015 season.  

Ricky is currently leading the WISSOTA Points Standings. For more results on these events please visit www.Wissota.org.

aTo wrap up the busy weekend Ricky Weiss visited Greenbush Race Park (Greenbush, Minnesota) for a Northern Late Model Racing Association (NLRA) Event . With 20 Super Late Models on hand for the $1,100 to win show, Weiss scored a heat race win transferring him to the A-Main. Ricky landed a 2nd place finish in the feature behind Brad Seng with Dustin Strang, Cody Skytland, and Shane Edginton rounding out the top five.

Ricky is currenty in eighth in latest NLRA Standings. For more results from these events please visit www.NLRA.org.

June 13th, 2015 - Ricky Weiss Wins at I-94 & Viking Speedway
aRicky Weiss continued his 2015 campaign by returning to Red River Co-Op Speedway (Winnipeg, Manitoba) fresh off his victory at the same track last weekend. With a small field of 10 entries, Ricky piloted his Derrick’s Sandblasting #7 Bloomquist/Pro Power Racing Super Late Model into victory lane for his heat. Following a 8th place starting spot, Weiss climbed six positions to record and 2nd place finish behind race winner Bill Mooney with Shane Edginton, Kevin Sexton and Mike Martin rounding out the top five.

aThe next night brought Weiss to I-94 Speedway (Fergus Falls, Minnesota) to pilot the Derrick's Sandblasting #7 Bloomquist/Pro Power Racing Super Late Model at the weekly show. With a field of 17 cars, Ricky charged from his 4th place starting spot in the feature to capture his 6th win of the season. Weiss was followed to the finish line by Cody Skytland, Cole Schill, Shawn Kirwin and Matt Aukland

On Saturday night Ricky Weiss continued his busy weekend by traveling to Viking Speedway (Alexandria, Minnesota) for a regular night of racing. Following a feature win the previous night, Weiss managed to pilot his Super Late Model into victory lane once again. With 11 competitors in the feature event, Ricky bounced back from his 3rd place finish in his heat to gain six positions in the feature to record his 7th win of the season with Cody Skytland, Casey Meyer, Jeff Wildung and Matt Aukland completing the top five finishers.

For more results from these events please visit www.VictoryLane.mb.ca, www.I94Speedway.com and www.VikingSpeedway.com.

June 7th, 2015 - Ricky Weiss Records Win at Red River Co-Op Speedway
a On Thursday night Ricky Weiss returned to Red River Co-Op Speedway (Winnipeg, Manitoba) for a regular show. With a smaller field of ten Late Models registered for the event, Ricky climbed three spots in his heat to record a 2nd place finish. Starting in 7th in the A-Main, Ricky wheeled his Late Model around six competitors to capture the victory with Bill Mooney, Mike Balcaen, Kevin Sexton and Mike Martin rounding out the top five. This win gives Ricky Weiss his 5th for the 2015 season.

Fresh off a win Ricky Weiss traveled to Brown County Speedway (Aberdeen, South Dakota) for a Wissota Late Model Challenge Series (WLMCS) event. After recording a 2nd place finish in his heat, Weiss scored a 6th place exit in the A-Main event.

The following night brought Ricky to Dakota State Fair Speedway for another WLMCS race with a stacked field of 36 Late Models. Starting second row on the inside, Weiss cruised to a heat victory transferring him into the 60-lap feature. With 25 competitors in the A-Main, Ricky pulled off a 2nd place finish behind Scott Ward with Kent Arment, Jeff Wildung and Brian Diede completing the top five finishers.

On Sunday night Weiss ran into some bad luck after failing to finish the A-Main. With 31 cars signed up for the night's program, Ricky made the decision to pull off and save equipment at Casino Speedway (Watertown, South Dakota).

For more results from these events please visit www.VictoryLane.mb.ca and www.Wissota.org.