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WATCH: Post 2 wins 'The Pete,' Glyndon drifting competition brings top drivers together

Fargo Post 2 beats Manitoba in finale of Jim Pettersen Invitational. Drivers across the region flock to Interstate Raceway for drifting tournament.

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Drivers battle during the 5K Grassroots Shootout at Interstate Raceway in Glyndon
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Some of the top Legion Baseball teams in the area took part in the Jim Pettersen invitational, which wrapped up today.

After sneaking past Moorhead in the semifinals, Fargo Post 2 took on Manitoba in the title game. Fargo came from behind to tie it and pulled away for a 12-4 victory.

Interstate Raceway in Glyndon hosted the 5K Grassroots Shootout drifting competition, bringing in top drivers from around the region.

"I've been to places all over and this one's one of my favorites," said South Dakota driver Kyle Barlow. "Probably because of the distance from my home and the surface that we drive on is actually very good on tires, so it's cheaper to drive here than it is to drive some places."

"Just this kind of vibe, it's great here," said Jordan Barlow. "Some tracks, you know, they have their own little clicks and everybody just gets along here and this is a great time."

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