Oct 03

Drivers Battle for Championship Saturday Night at Brushcreek

(Peebles, OH) As the winter approaches there is a few more items of business to conduct before the 2017 season concludes. One item being crowning 2017 Champions! We will do just that this Saturday October 7th. The drivers in the Sport Mod and Modified Divisions will be battling for the chance to be the 2017 Brushcreek Motorsports Complex Champion. Each driver in the Top 4 in points were set equal with the highest finisher in each respective feature event winning the Championship.

The Championship Contenders in the Modifieds consist of Dave Warnock, Tyler Allison, Richard Frodge and Taylor Allison. Warnock has been fast at Brushcreek however recent car changes have put him at a slight disadvantage. Driving a different car in the last race way back on August 19th didnt slow him down much though and we expect him to fast as always. Richard Frodge has been gaining ground on the top spot also as the year ran on. Frodge has progressively gained finishing positions and is getting into championship form at the right time to win one! The Allison brothers are the picture of consistency with attendance near 100% in 2017. Tyler who is the 2016 Champion is looking to repeat and go back to back while his brother is aiming to take his place on the throne! After the 20 Lap Feature on Saturday Night we will know exactly who will be standing as the Champion.

The Sport Mod’s Contenders are Chase Hunley, Matt Love, Randy Taylor and Benjamin McCann.All the Sport Mod contenders have support the track through and through in 2017. Hunley and Matt Love seem to be the young guns who are taking on the veterans. Each of the youngsters are looking to pilot their #3 cars into victory lane for a Championship on Saturday. Randy Taylor has had  a consistently strong season as well, his continued support has allowed himself to join the Championship Contenders in search of his First Championship. Benjamin McCann is also looking for his first Championship on Saturday Night. His family comes week in and week out to support the driver of the number 73 and he hasnt disappointed by locking himself into the Championship battle. Look for all the contenders to be battling hard for their shot!

The Ohio Valley Roofers Legend Car Series will be concluding their Championship on Friday October 20th at Portsmouth Raceway Park but will be using the results from our race on October 7th as the decider if October 20th gets rained out. The Contenders in the Legend Cars are John Gutman, Cole DeMint, Josh Francis and Derek Minshew.

The 2017 Night of Champions will take place this Saturday October 7th with Pit Gates Opening at 2:00 PM, General Admission Opening at 3:00 PM and Hot Laps at 5:00 PM. General Admission is $15 for Adults with Kids and Under Free. Pit Admission is $30 All Ages. For more information find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/brushcreekmotorsports or on Twitter by following @BMCupdates