Flat Rock, MI—September 7, 2019: Ed Case captured the 2019 Vault Antiques and Treasures Enduro title Saturday night at Flat Rock Speedway as the track closed out its racing schedule for the season.   The title is Ed’s first in his career. Ethan Stadniczuk took the 250 lap contest, while David Liaeff took the ARCA DTS Drive Train Specialists Street Stock feature.

Stadniczuk took the lead from early leader Jacob Thomas and set a torrid pace as the race was completed in 64 minutes of non-stop action. The win was his second Enduro victory of the season for the Temperance, MI resident. Kyle Metdepenningen was second, Thomas was third, Case fourth and Nathan Sprotberry fifth, followed by Rayce Metdepenningen, Robb Remick, James Rae, Tom LaFollette and Dale Buttrey. Troy Brehmer, David Rumble, Matt Ringger, Tony Rumble, Justin Chamberlin, Derrick Sheppard, Frank Trupiano and Herbie King completed the finishing order. Remick posted fast time at 13:838.

David Liaeff wrapped up his season with a win in the 25 lap ARCA DTS Drive Train Specialists Street Stock feature. David set fast time (13:257), finished second in his pursuit race and took the lead from race leader Collin Barron on his way to the win. Greg Studt was also in the mix as that trio battled up front. Barron, in his first run of the season, took second, Studt third, Lonnie York fourth and Trevor Farmer fifth, followed by Rob Moore Jr., Austin Thiel, Clarity Patton, Brian Kirksey, Jerry Farmer, Anthony Camilli, Doug Litogot, LJ Farmer, Joe Rozek, Mike Miller and Aaron Greathouse.

Pursuit races took the place of the heats, with Patton and Litogot taking the wins. Rookie Litogot’s checkered flag was his first-ever.

The speedway will be the site of the Flat Rock Historical Society Flea Market Sunday, October 6 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free to the grounds. Vendor spaces are $40 each for a 20 x 20 space, and setup begins at Midnight. No pets are allowed. Spaces are on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are no advance reservations for spots.

For additional information, please call 734-782-5220.

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Rmoore 82

hopefully during the off season the tower can work on their ability to make calls on how the race accidents really happen and not on who their favorite is "spinner spinee rule"