Area race fans are eagerly anticipating the upcoming 2024 season at the Williston Basin Speedway, and for good reason. Not only does it promise to be a thrilling season of racing, but there have also been significant improvements made to the track that are sure to enhance the overall experience for both drivers and spectators alike.

The dedicated team at Williston Basin Speedway, under the direction of President Troy from G-Style Transport, is what is driving these improvements. Troy has assembled a hardworking team that has been instrumental in transforming the track into its current state. Their efforts have included hauling in over 50 loads of clay, transporting fresh water, removing unwanted dirt and rocks, and meticulously cleaning up the grounds.

Thanks to their tireless work, the track has been revitalized, breathing new life into the racing venue. Despite being a small crew, their determination and leadership have been exemplary, ensuring that the track is ready for the upcoming season.

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Running a dirt track requires immense effort and dedication, particularly with a small board overseeing operations. The team at Williston Basin Speedway is devoted to giving everyone involved a fantastic racing experience despite the difficulties, which are by no means taken lightly.

This year, 11 dates have been set aside for the best dirt track racing action in western North Dakota. Mark these dates on your calendar now!
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As the 2024 season approaches, race fans can look forward to exciting races on a track that has undergone significant improvements. Whether you're a seasoned racing enthusiast or a casual fan, be sure to show your appreciation to Troy and his teams for their hard work and dedication. His and all the volunteer's efforts have truly set the stage for what promises to be an unforgettable season at Williston Basin Speedway.

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