South Buxton Raceway,
Sanction: DIRTcar Racing (non-touring) (Canadian Fall Shootout) - $3,500
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated September 27, 5:48 pm)
Spangler wins finale, Ruhlman takes weekend
Canadian Fall Shootout
- Eric Spangler
- Brian Ruhlman
- Rob Pietz
- Mike Lewis
- Nick Kurtz
- Gregg Haskell
- Reid Gill
- John Pinsonneault
- Paul Rivait
- Jim Jones
- Rick Orum
- Andrew Reaume
- Jim Dale Jr.
- C.J. Fields
- Patrick Haskell
Brian Ruhlman collected the $3,500 Canadian Fall Shootout check.
What won the race: Eric Spangler of Lake City, Mich., started outside the front row and raced victory Saturday in Canadian Fall Shootout finale at South Buxton Raceway. Brian Ruhlman's second-place finish, combined with his Friday victory, gave the Clarklake, Mich., driver the $3,500 Canadian Fall Shootout title.
Key notes: Brian Ruhlman also earned $2,500 for winning the modified portion of the Canadian Fall Shootout. ... Dale Glassford won the track's final points feature on Friday. ... The track is mourning the recent death of co-founder Joe Atkinson, who built Raleigh Raceway Park along with Dennis Pook in 1971.
Winner's sponsors: Ruhlman's Malcuit-powered Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Rand, Spartan Tool Division, Sweet Mfg. and Allstar Performance; Spangler's MasterSbilt Race Car is sponsored by Spangler H&C, Cyclo Products, Mark Mitchell P.C., J&H Iron & Metal, Atkins Electric, A&L Trading Post, Babb Ford, Goodman H&C and Xtreme GrafX.
Points chase: Dale Glassford edged Gregg Haskell for the track title.
Car count: 20
Heat race winners: Mike Lewis, Rob Pietz, Brian Ruhlman
Editor's note: Corrects payout with Ruhlman earning $3,500 for combined finishes from Friday and Saturday.