It was a hard fought season of racing at Corrigan Oil Speedway as “The Track the Stars Call Home” crowned their 2022 season champions in a pair of late August features.
Long time campaigner Dave Stehouwer #33 in Outlaw Super Late Models announced that this night was the final race of his long and illustrious career.
Championship winners were as follows ;
- Justin Claucherty #7 in the Outlaw Super Late Models
- Brian Nester #11 in Modifieds
- Tyler Hufford #5 in Pro Late Models
- Tim Lahar #20 in Street Stocks
- Lonnie Samier #15 in Pure Stocks
- Gord Alblas #91 in Outlaw FWD
- Randy Kretzinger Jr #47 in Pony Stocks
Click link below to see photo galleries ; all images are available for purchase.
Corrigan Oil Speedway racers, families, crew, staff, and fans celebrated the 2021 race season in style at the Michigan State University Kellogg Center on Saturday January 8. Congrats to all !
Performing as Master of Ceremonies for the evening were track announcers Matt Prieur and Sean Sprague, with the band Radio Tokyo providing the post award entertainment.
This was the inaugural season for track owners/promoters Tom & Tracey Hernly and they greeted all those in attendance with the 2022 season schedule and what was in store for the upcoming season. The overwhelming consensus was by all that it was an outstanding season and everyone can’t wait for 2022 !
I will be the track photographer for 2022 and looking forward to getting to know everyone. I did work for the track from 2012-2014 as the website writer, so happy to be back.
All photos are available for sale hi resolution and unwatermarked. Details on ordering on the “Order” tab on the top of the website home page.
There is no method to order on line, but contact me by email or message me if there is something you want. Each picture has a number associated with it if you hover over it with a mouse, send me a screenshot, or just tell me “Row 8, Picture 2” etc.
If you want to order a picture of a driver with trophy, just let me know what division and what place they finished in points and I can find it that way.