Chateau Raceway suffers ninth rain-out
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August 19, 2016  |  by Matthew Grage

LANSING, Minn.—The 60th Anniversary season of racing action at Chateau Raceway in Lansing could be going down as one of the wettest in the history of the track.

For the ninth time this season weather took out another Friday Night of racing action.

With just eleven nights being run so far this year and just two Friday Nights left in the season its possible half the season could be loss to weather if things don’t change the next two weekends.

Next Friday night is a scheduled regular show with six classes of action getting underway at 7:00.

Than Labor Day weekend it’s the final face of the season on the schedule with the USMTS touring Modifieds in town for the second time this year.

This stop will be part of there “Hunt for the Championship” on September 2nd.

Action scheduled for 7:00 that night as well.



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