Husetís Speedway season opener pushed back one week
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April 12, 2010  |  by Todd Hoffman

BRANDON, S.D. Ė With several major projects underway at the Husetís Speedway, officials at the Brandon, S.D., speedplant have pushed the dates for test Ďní tune and the 2010 season opener back one week.

Test Ďní tune is now scheduled for Sunday, April 25, with the season opening event scheduled for Sunday, May 2.

While the weather has been cooperating, itís been hard for track personnel to get into the infield to get the work underway. Work is progressing, however, and track officials hope that the extra week will give them the time needed to complete these major projects.

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