Marshall Hereygers Wins Mini Mod Championship At Buxton
“We’re here to dominate” an excited Marshall Hereygers #31 said after his Great Canadian Oil Change Mini Mod Championship win.
Hereygers has been a fierce competitor all year, winning the first feature of the season, mid season championship and now season / points championship. He dedicated his season to his Father in-law Ray Burgess who unexpectedly passed away earlier this year. Hereygers dominated Saturdays championship right from the beginning, maintaining his lead and weaving through lap traffic. Hereygers once again wowed his fans and reminded them why he deserved to be in Victory Lane once again.
Andrew Pfahler #7X climbed from 5th position to a second place finish. Pfahler has also been a fierce competitor for Hereygers all season, he thanked his crew saying “we couldn’t have done this without them”.
It was an emotional third place finish for Caleb O’Leary #28K. O’Leary battled hard Saturday night to maintain his third position and was met after the Championship race with a beaming proud father and his equally proud brother. “I’m very proud of this man, he’s been trying so hard all these years” their father Vic O’Leary said. Vic had nothing but praise for both of his sons dedication to the sport. The O’Learys thank their fans, sponsors and gave Garry and Sherry (track promotors) a huge shout out before heading back to the pits to celebrate.
It was a first ever career Schinkels Gourmet Meats feature win for Justin Mills #6m. Mills has been chasing a feature win all season, with skill and determination he finally got what he worked hard all year. Mills thanked his Grandfather for believing in him and providing him the opportunity to carry out his passion of racing. Eugene Hoekstra #36 was a hard charger Saturday night and a fierce competitor all season. He finished the race in second and Clayton Smith #313 finished the race third.
The Delaware 2018 points champion Barry Watson #45 was also an Auto Tech Sales and Service Thunderstock Feature Winner Saturday night. He started the race in third position and was quick to overtake the field for first place. “I didn’t think we’d see this place this year” Watson said. After dominating the entire feature race Watson quickly decided that he would end the season on a high note explaining it was his final night of the season. Brian Brady #4B finished second and Jeff Roelofs #6R finished third.
Jason Haskell #94H dominated the race from the beginning of the West Side Performance Plus Late Model Feature race. Checking out seconds after the green flag was waved he was quick to overtake the field and land another feature win of the season. Brad Authier #1A finished the race second. Dale Glassford #60 made an impressive climb from beginning the race in 14th position to a third place finish.
Submitted by Kerri Wright.