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2014 RRKC Members

Published on September 3, 2014

Today is the last day to make sure membership dues have been paid. If your name isn’t on this list below and you haven’t made arrangements to make the payment, you WILL NOT receive a year-end trophy at our banquet. If you need to fill out a 2014 Membership Form, download and email the completed form to Scott Sailer at scott@theracinglife.com.

You must have the form filled out and paid by TODAY - Wednesday, September 3 in order to receive a year-end trophy.

Membership form download:

Adobe PDF

Microsoft Word


Name & Kart #
Taron Backer 7TB
Landon Backer 43B
Dylan Bernotas 43JR
Ken Bjorndahl 211
Alex Braseth 88
Ryan Braseth 29
Toby Braseth 5
Brody Carlsrud B1
Brodee Eckerdt B2
Reez Eckerdt B3
Amelia Eisenschenk 15A
Laela Eisenschenk 15L
Tim Estenson 14T
Bruce Evert 68
Colton Evert 6
Lexi Froemke 77X
Keaten Froemke 88
McCoy Ferguson 88
Ryley Goodman 75
Cole Greseth 19
Jack Griffis 2
Austin Hanten 13
Jake Haugeberg 24
Bryce Haugeberg 22
Doug Hjermstad 68
Jay Holweger 323
Keagen Houser 25
Luke Kasowski 4G
Ryan Kasowski 27
Kaden Kozojed 12
Carson Kozojed 6K
Jacob Kragero 10K
Kody Machart 7
Tate Magnuson 21
Connor Markwardt 11
Simon Mau 7
Olivia Mau 99
Ethan Mohr 4
Dallas Morin III 9
Vince Noble 34
Braden Nygaard 10
Steven Olson 29
Colby Olson 11O
Ross Olson 60
James Peterson 71
Brady Plantz 24P
Andrew Potter 88
Jake Potter 88
Tobi Puetz 33
Gwenyth Sailer 76
Reile Sailer 76
Collin Sovde 13
Ashton Spieker 2
Joseph Thomas 7T
Rick Thompson 4
Tye Wilke 72
Caden Wyse 13W
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2014 Banquet Meal Selections

Published on August 30, 2014

2014 Red River Kart Club Awards Banquet

Sunday, September 28

Sabin Community Center


Doors open at 4:00pm • Dinner at 5:00pm • Awards to follow dinner
Cost: $10 per person and will be paid at the door


Please fill out your meal selection below for each member of your party.

(Deadline is Friday, September 19.)

  • - Select one dinner per person and indicate how many for each member of your party. Please be as accurate as possible.


If you have any questions, please call/text Nick Skalicky: 701-261-3673


e-mail Scott Sailer: scott@theracinglife.com

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A Huge Thanks

Published on August 26, 2014

What a great way to end the season… another record number of karts at 54 and another record dollar amount in the 50/50 drawing! Thank you all for supporting the Red River Kart Club! 2014 was a breakthrough season and we owe a lot to the fans, teams and workers that help put this on every Monday night. We’d also like to thank all the sponsors that come on board every season to help us make improvements at the track and it helps keep the overall cost of racing for the teams low. Special thanks to Petro and the Schatz family for making dinner for the fans and teams every Monday night out of the food shack. (We’ll miss the mini-doughnuts and fresh lemonade!) Thanks to the Spieker family for custom making the great looking trophies we hand out every week, JDP Electric for hooking us up, Jesse Hanson with J Style Photography for taking the right shots, Gus Backer for keeping us trimmed (Lawn Mower Man), Darcy at the hectic sign-in shed and everyone that helped with 50/50… and thanks to all the flag officials and score keepers for making sure we’re lined up and safe. We’ll officially close out the 2014 season with our annual banquet on September 28th. (Details to follow.) Keep checking our website as we work on a winter racing schedule.

Thanks again to everyone for a hugely successful 2014 season!


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Last Race Of The Season

Published on August 25, 2014

There’ll be some parking restrictions for the last race of the 2014 Summer Series tonight due to the recent rains:

- The major problem area is the ditch on the east side of the pits and so parking is very limited for kart team haulers.

- Stay away from parking near the areas with caution tape.

- If you haul your kart with only a pickup, park inside the fence along the frontage road.

- Track workers should park in the field to the east of the ditch on high ground to save room for the kart teams.

- If you normally park along the ditch, you can drop off your karts/equipment and park the truck and trailer on the east side of the ditch on higher ground.

Basically, use your head and avoid tearing up the soft ground and getting yourself stuck. Don’t drive near the area circled in red on the picture and stay away from the caution tape. It’ll be a little chilly out there so make sure to bring a jacket. We’ll see you tonight for the last race of the season!


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Another Record Breaker

Published on August 23, 2014

We had another record breaking night for the number of karts on Wednesday with 54! Thanks to all the teams that were able to come to our rescheduled race. We also had a ton of fun during our first ever “Movie Night!” Look for that to be a regular event next season. We only have one more race left in our 2014 summer racing series next Monday. We’ll try to wrap things up like the t-shirt orders, yearbook pictures and questionnaires. Bring your Go-Pro race videos and we’ll copy that over for the year-end video presentation. And we’ll talk about the upcoming banquet in September. Let’s hope the rain holds off this weekend and let’s see if we can make the last race another record breaker!




For those that stuck around for the movie on Wednesday, here’s a quick “where are they now” update on the kids that were featured in the documentary, “Racing Dreams”:



Josh Hobson: Has been racing in the ASA Late Model Series and has run some ARCA races.







Brandon Warren: Hasn’t raced since the kart season featured in the movie.







Annabeth Barnes: After karting, she started racing Bandoleros and Legend Cars. Then in 2011, she moved into full-sized stock cars and was featured in a four-episode mini-series, “Born To Drive” which followed her rookie season. In 2014, she was 1 of 18 drivers to compete in the Peak Stock Car Dream Challenge 2. Currently, she drives the #12 Late model car in the Whelin All American Series.

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