Birch Run Speedway
Birch Run Speedway Regulars Grab Great Finishes At The Harvest!
The year-end specials have started to take place around the state and the kick off to those is The Harvest at Corrigan Oil Speedway in Mason, MI. The 33rd running of the event saw several Birch Run Speedway regulars head over to tackle the tight 1/4 mile, bringing home some wins and podiums along the way!
In the Outlaw Super Late Models, Blake Childers took his #33 Wheeler Trucking machine from a seventh starting place spot to finish in second behind winner Andy Bozell.
David McManus, a five-time winner this season at Birch Run, finished a solid second in his Tripp's Collision #7 after a race long battle with eventual winner Matt Dimit.
Adam Rowe, a competitor in the Outlaw Street Stocks/Sportsman class, started on the pole in his Whitney Insurance #0 and wound up with checkered flag in hand in the time shortened event. JEGS/CRA All Stars Tour and Outlaw Super Late Model competitor Dan Leeck brought the #88 Mr. Asphalt Street Stock home in third.
In the Pure Stock class, Lonnie Saumier grabbed another win in in his M57 Towing and Repair #M15. Saumier held off Landon Hidy and winner at the Birch Run Speedway on 8/13/21, Andrew Burton in the Top Speed Motorsports #05. Hidy, an infrequent competitor at Birch Run also claimed the Sunday Slugfest Championship.
Craig Cummings finished in the third spot in the Front Wheel Drive class in his Owosso Auto Mall #2C and also wrapped up the Sunday Slugfest Championship for the class.
In the wild and crazy Figure 8's Eric Gilbert claimed the big payday in his #30 SweetDestineyHomemadeCandy/Facebook Truck. Anthony Williams brought his Custom Drywall #97 Pure Stock home in third spot.
Congratulations to all of our competitors who ventured over to Corrigan and we look forward to seeing you this Saturday for Season Championship night at Birch Run Speedway!
Photo Credits: Thomas Stumpfig and Rand Thompson
Article Credit: Chuck Darling
Submitted By: Charles Darling