By Randy PospishilNORFOLK, Neb. (June 13) – Kyle Prauner and Drew Johnson were repeat winners Saturday night at Off Road Speedway.Prauner, who started near the back, got the lead with seven laps remaining in the 18-lap Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature with Dylan Pospisil and Matt Haase taking second and third place, respectively.Johnson led every lap of the Mach-1 Sport Compact feature to finish ahead of Ramsey Meyer and Lance Mielke.Shawn Primrose won his first IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature with Chad Bruns second and Prauner third.The IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks put on the ‘race-of-the-night’ for action as Jeremy Hoskinson battled Jeremy Knoell for several laps before Tiffany Bittner joined the fray, and took over the ‘fight for first’ with Hoskinson after the roll over loss of Knoell’s car from the race.Bittner went to the front on the inside of Hoskinson in turn two with eight laps remaining before watching TeJay Mielke use the same strategy to pass her four laps later.But Bittner then passed Mielke, who developed a flat tire, on the outside in turn three with Hoskinson following to finish second. Mielke still managed to finish strong, but was beaten out of third place by a bumper-length at the finish line by Mark Arduser.
Authorities in Miami Beach have closed South Pointe Park after they say they had to issue thousands of citations to park goers after park rangers noticed many people not practicing social distancing measures and or not wear a face mask.Rangers reported that they issued 7,329 verbal warning for those not wearing face covers, 478 warnings to those not practicing social distancing, and they had to tell 1,335 people to leave the park after the park closed for the evening on the first weekend that the park was reopened. Governor Ron DeSantis reopened public parks in Florida as part of Phase One of getting Florida operational again, however, the openings were conditioned on visitors following social distance guidelines and authorities being able to enforce these measures.Much of Miami, Broward County, and Palm Beach County remain closed at this time, while other areas in Florida have begun Phase One with the reopening of some stores and restaurants under restrictions.