CANFIELD FAIR WAS ON FIRE SATURDAY NIGHT
Devin Riggin stays on top at Canfield Fair. The man to beat in 2022 does it yet again at the reputable Canfield County Fair. The USA-East Rookie has been dominating the LP/SF class all season and kept dominating at Canfield. Devin has been competing in the points series all season with Full Pull Productions and his beautiful run at Canfield kept him at #1. Devin and The Bandit were 7th to hook to the sled and had a long run out at 336.55, clinching the win early in the show. Mike Weakland followed in the second place position with Just Hookin’ Up. Mike’s another USA-East Rookie who’s been tough to beat this season and he’s put up a fight to keep his fifth place position in the points after missing the beginning of the season. Mike was 15th to hook and he was taking the sled home with him, Mike was 322.52 which allowed him to steal the second place position. Finishing up with third place was Scottdale local, Joe Miller with Smokin’ Joe. Joe took third with 316.59, just a few feet behind Mike Weakland. Joe was 16th in the order, directly following Mike Weakland in the lineup and standings. Eighteen of the toughest running tractors took to the Canfield dirt in 2022.
Father, Son duo sweeps the Canfield Fair standings. The Run What Ya Brung Modified 4×4 division was a tough one to compete in, in 2022. Brad Berghoff won the class with Attitude Adjuster II at 352.95, blowing past others in the class. Jerry Berghoff, came up just a little short of Brad’s distance. Jerry took second place in the class with a distance of 338.14. Jerry’s second place finish at Canfield, puts him in eighth place in the USA-East points series. Third place in the division was Norm Newswanger with Chapter 11, a 3.6 truck. Even though it was a 3.6 truck, Norm stayed at the top with some of the toughest competitors in the division. Norm was early in the class and took third with a distance of 333.63. These top three trucks fought hard in a class of fourteen.
Keith McConahay does it again. The Lucas Oil Hot Rod Semi, Class Act, dominated the Big Rigs class at Canfield for the second year in a row. Keith won Canfield in 2021 and now in 2022. Keith was third to hook, and with a distance of 319.59 Keith took the win early on. Second place went to Ravenna local Fred Sanders with Silver Bullet II. Sanders took the second place title with a distance of 314.95. Rounding out the top three was Dale Francis with his Mack, Maximus Prime II. Francis was just inches behind Sanders at 313.05. Dale was last to hook after his first pull saw a sled reset. . Fourteen of the baddest Big Rigs took to the track at Canfield this year for this open event. The Canfield event saw the largest field of Big Rigs anywhere in the country in 2022.
Chris Slates and his Burnin’ Benjamins Dodge was test hook and kept the lead at 318.67 in the Lim Pro Diesel class for the whole class as no one else could beat him on the Canfield Clay. Second place went to Hunter Snyder in his 69 Chevy with a distance of 308.20 followed in third by the CPP Diesel Truck of Jamie Lent at 305.89.
The Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League worked in conjunction with USA-EAST and Full Pull Productions to Bring 2 Champions tour classes. In the Battle over “Alcohol and Diesel” the Diesel burner called Triple Bypass of Collin Ross won the Unlimited Super Stock Class against a field of all alcohol tractors. The Super Modified Tractors saw Dave Walsh on his 4 ACES Turbine powered machine take the win. This marks the first time that Dave Walsh has won in 2022.
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