Backed by POWRi

The Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series

The Midwest’s Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series started May 20, 2022

Backed by POWRi

The Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series

The Midwest’s Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series starts May 20, 2022

Experience the Exciting World
of Open-Wheel Racing Action

Watch Lightning Sprint Races in North Dakota and Minnesota

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2021 Season Recap Videos

Highlights from the Inaugural Lucas Oil POWRi Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Summer Shootout

 

Buffalo River Speedway Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint A-Main (6/5/22)

 

What Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Fans
Get Excited About:

41 Event Dates From April 23rd through October 1st

6 National Racing Events

Races At 6 Venues Throughout 3 States

Local Events And A Regional Border Battle

An Ambitious and Action-Packed 2022 Season

Highly-Anticipated, Intense Races

Jason Berg

Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series Coordinator

In addition to being a lightning sprint race car driver, Jason Berg is the promoter of Buffalo River Speedway in Glyndon, MN. He started going to the races at 10 years old, going to the Red River Valley Speedway with his aunt and uncle. Over the years, Jason filled in on the track doing line-ups on yellow flags, even serving as Assistant Flagman. He has since worked as a Competition Director/Head Flagman at several tracks in the area including Red River Valley Speedway, Buffalo River Speedway, Norman County Raceway, I-94 Speedway, and Greenbush Race Park.

Amanda Enright

Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series Coordinator

Amanda is a super fan of all dirt track racing! Racing is her #1 passion in life. 

She started attending races at the young age of two and hasn’t looked back since. She started a racing blog in 2018: Living the Dirt Life with Amanda Jo, to document all the fun adventures her and her family would go one while following sprint cars around the Upper Midwest.

 Amanda left the fan grandstands in 2020, to start working as a NOSA competition director, which she still is today. In 2020 she also, became the points director for the Minn-Kota Lightning Sprints, that morphed into the series competition director in 2021. 

In 2021, she helped to create NOSA magazine and writes a weekly article for that. She started working at Buffalo River Speedway in the timing and scoring division in 2021 as well. In 2022, Amanda added Co-owner of the Minn-Kota Lightning Sprints to her plate, along with becoming a BMX mom as well. 

Her life revolves around her family and racing.

Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series

Explore images from our most recent series — and get excited for the 2022 season!

2021 + 2022 Gallery

The Official Minn-Kota Lightning Sprint Series Season Starts May 20, 2022

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Learn About Our Partner Tracks And Check Out Latest Results

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Buffalo River Speedway

Greenbush Race Park

Red River Valley Speedway

River Cities Speedway

Devils Lake Speedway

I-35 Speedway

Norman County Raceway

Central Missouri Speedway