Chateau Raceway season over; final shows rained out
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October 2, 2009  |  by Matthew Grage

LANSING, Minn. - Mother Nature delayed the start of the 2009 racing season at the Chateau Raceway and she ended it early as well.

Two days of rain left the track in such a state there was no way officials could get it pulled together for the two-night Buzz Festival this Friday and Saturday to wrap up the season.

And with more rain forecasted for the two days there was little chance of getting any kind of a break from the rain to try and put the shows on.

Track officials will now go to work on making plans for the 2010 season next spring.



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