One of the biggest nights of the racing season takes place tomorrow night at the Nodak Speedway with the annual 4th of July races.
Besides the regular program of racing, the night is capped off with a large fireworks show that usually packs the parking lot but fans don't necessarily have to stay in their cars with the Speedway offering free admission to the grandstand beginning at 9:30.
"Heather Halverson, Nodak Speedway Marketing Director:Tomorrow night we have 5 classes of cars running. We have modifieds, sport mods, stock cars and hobby stocks and legends cars tomorrow night. The big event will be the fireworks following the races tomorrow night. We're actually gonna have the grandstands open at 9:30 p.m. free to the public come join us here in the grandstands and watch the fireworks from the grandstands with the rest of the crowd."
The Nodak Speedway also will be busy on Sunday with the Dakota Modified tour kicking off which is a 6 day point event with racers driving at 6 different tracks.
"Yeah the 25th annual Dakota Modified tour, we kick it off this year, 6 nights of racing so. After Minot on Monday night they'll go to Estevan then they go to Williston on Tuesday, Wednesday's Dickinson, Thursday Mandan and then they'll end the tour in Jamestown this year on Friday."
Action begins tomorrow night at 6 p.m.