CORRIGAN RACE FUELS 100 AT FLAT ROCK SATURDAY

(Flat Rock, MI—July 30, 2019): One of the most competitive weekly classes in the state of Michigan is preparing for its biggest race of the season this Saturday, August 3 at Flat Rock Speedway! The Corrigan Race Fuels 100 lap race for the ARCA DTS Drive Train Specialists Street Stocks hits “The Rock” for the all-green flag event.

A 30 lap B Main for the Street Stocks and a full race card for the ARCA Late Model Sportsman class is also on the schedule. The Bandoleros and exhibition races for the TKC Go-Karts will also take place Saturday evening, along with the Kids Power Wheels Derby.

To date, there have been 6 winners in the 8 races for both the A Main and B Main Street Stock features in 2019. The class has been averaging 27-30 cars per night, and the last 2 Saturdays have seen 33 and 34 cars in competition. The A and B Main classes are determined by qualifying times.

The 100 lap battle will award $1000 to the winner of the annual event at the ¼ mile paved oval. Jeff Metdepenningen is the defending 100 lap race winner and Ian Jezylo notched the B Main win last season.

Saturday’s race will be 100 laps of green flag racing, with double-file restarts as usual should the yellow flag appear. The pit crews will be staged in the infield on the Figure 8 track for pit stops if needed for the 100 lap contest.

Lap money is now available for the 100 lap classic and the 30 lap B Main. Lap sponsorship is just $5 per lap and goes to the leader of each lap of each Street Stock feature. Please call 734-782-2480 or 419-727-1100 to sponsor laps! Public address mentions and a listing in the souvenir program are included with the sponsorship. Lap sponsors include Budget Tire (10 laps), Frank Loving (2 laps), Tom Urban (4 laps) and Bob’s Car Wash (5 laps).

There is no advance ticket sale or phone orders for this event. All tickets go on sale at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the track ticket office.

The pit gates open at 2:30, the front gates and ticket office open at 4:30, practice begins at 4:30, time trials follow practice and racing begins at 7 p.m. this Saturday.

 

 

 

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