ARLINGTON, Minn. (July 9) – Bill Johnson was the third and final leader in Arlington Raceway’s Dan Grams Memorial feature.The Saturday feature, part of the IMCA EMI RaceSaver Sprint Car Series of Minnesota, saw Brett Geldner set the fast pace the first four times around the big, fast oval from his front row start.Geldner gave way to the battle for the lead between Michael Stien and Johnson. A yellow came out on lap eight and Stein took the lead on the ensuing restart.Two laps later, however, Johnson took charge. With only a few laps left, Stien tried unsuccessfully to pass on the high side going into turn three but couldn’t get the job done and settled for second. Jordan Wilmes was promoted to third when Brandon Allen came up light on the post-race scales.Other feature winners were Tyler Limoges in the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds, Ken Tietz in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Eric Larson in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, Cory Probst in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Kyren Porter in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts.Feature results – 1. Bill Johnson; 2. Michael Stien; 3. Jordan Wilmes; 4. Justin Allen; 5. Michael Johnston; 6. Brett Geldner; 7. Jeremy Schultz; 8. Joel Thorpe; 9. Neil Stevens; 10. Paul Konakowitz; 11. Brandon Allen; 12. Jesse Cripe.
Jamaican reggae great, Buju Banton will be released from prison in a few days on December 8, according to information ascertained from the US Federal Bureau of Prison website.Banton, real name Anthony Myrie, 45-year-old, was originally arrested in December 2009, found guilty in February 2011 and was scheduled to be released from the McRae Correctional Facility in February 2019.But his prison sentence was reduced by two months in January of 2016, after the US Attorney’s Office in Florida announced an agreement in which Banton agreed to waive all future appeals of his conviction on cocaine distribution and conspiracy charges. In return, prosecutors agreed to drop a firearms charge against him. It is expected that Banton will be returning to Jamaica within days of his release.Now Banton’s fan eagerly await to see the entertainer’s return to the stage in Jamaica and the rest of the CaribbeanIt is reported that Banton’s first stage performance is scheduled for Jamaica. It was also been reported on Instagram that he plans to go on a world tour in the summer of 2019. The tour is being labelled as the “Long Walk to Freedom.”
Di Maio’s man Giacomo Lasorella takes leadership of AGCOM August 17, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Share TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Related Articles Share CT Gaming bolsters Italian profile with The Betting Coach August 27, 2020 Marcello Minenna, the new Director-General of Italy’s Custom and Monopolies Agency (ADM), has issued his first public statement to licensed gambling incumbents.Appointed during national lockdown, Minenna takes charge of the agency governing Italian gambling. In his address, Minenna announced that the ADM would imminently move to form a new taskforce with the Carabinieri (federal police) targeting illegal gambling businesses.“It is clear that there could be a flow of operational moves towards illegal operators,” he said. “Restarting the official network is a must for us, even if it is clear that it will take time for the sector to return to normal.”Recognised as a key appointment by the Giuseppe Conte government, Minenna has been charged with restructuring the ADM’s oversight of the gambling sector, focusing on eradicating corruption.2019 saw the ADM come under political criticism following the damning revelations of Italy’s anti-mafia ‘Glassia Investigation’ which seized over + €1 billion in illegal gambling assets and bank accounts to assist money laundering, stolen consumer data, tax evasion and further black-market activities.Glassia ramifications saw the government order the Italian Treasury to overhaul the ADM’s monitoring of the gambling sector, as parliament stated that the ‘agency’s trademark had been tainted’ by systemic failures leading to Italy’s biggest-ever AML scandal.Publishing its ‘Fiscal Decree‘ order last October, the newly installed 5Star-DP coalition government-sanctioned new enforcement focusing the ADM on monitoring the financial transactions of licensed operators.New controls saw the ADM enforce a fiscal registry on all licensed incumbents to monitor player transactions, in addition to it being granted direct powers to freeze all operator bank accounts deemed non-compliant.Elsewhere, Minenna stated that the ADM would maintain the government’s objective to shrink the marketplace by 2023 by reducing the number of authorised gambling operators for retail and digital disciplines.With regards to renewing licensing concessions for bingo halls, betting shops and gaming machines, Minenna said that the agency would be led by Parliament’s orders.He confirmed: “That is Government and Parliament decision. They will make their own assessment on how to restart, renew or extend the different types of gaming concessions that will come into force.”