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Viking Speedway regulars part of feature winners during Labor Day Doubleheader

Dustin Bitzan, Zach Johnson, Ryan Satter and Karter Reents part of feature winners from two days of racing in Alexandria.

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Brandon's Dustin Bitzan finished off a good summer of racing at the Viking Speedway by taking first and second-place finishes during the Labor Day Doubleheader in Alexandria on Sept. 4 and 5 in the Modifieds class. (Eric Morken / Alexandria Echo Press)

The Viking Speedway hosted its Labor Day doubleheader this weekend with a big field of drivers (116 total cars both nights) coming to Alexandria.

Dent’s Ryan Satter wanted to culminate his standout summer at the Viking Speedway with a feature win against a big field, and he got it done on Sunday night.

Satter won the Street Stock feature that started with 27 drivers as Parker Anderson of Phillips, Wisconsin took second and Kasey Ussatis of Nome, North Dakota was third. Satter was fourth in the Street Stock feature the night before, as Anderson won that feature race ahead of Braden Brauer of Eyota and Justin Vogel of Brooten on Saturday night.

Ron Sauer of Dalton won the Midwest Modifieds feature on Sunday night, while Lowry’s Zach Johnson took the 15-car Modifieds feature ahead of second-place finisher Dustin Bitzan of Brandon in a race that saw Johnson storm ahead late . Karter Reents of Glenwood won the Super Stock feature, and Kevin Youngquist of Barney, North Dakota won the short trackers feature.

Saturday’s feature winners included Brennan Gave of Princeton (Midwest Mods), Bitzan (Modifieds), Trevor Sauer (Super Stocks) and Kevin Youngquist (short trackers), along with Anderson’s Street Stock win.

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The Viking Speedway has one more event left on the schedule this summer as it will host the Demo Derby Viking Speedway Beat Down on Oct. 2.

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Eric Morken is a sports and outdoor editor at the Echo Press Newspaper in Alexandria, Minnesota, a property of the Forum News Service. Morken covers a variety of stories throughout the Douglas County area, as well as statewide outdoor issues.
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