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Pine Tree 100 Bogging Dixie Style

Pine Tree 100 Bogging Dixie Style

 

Thirty-six trucks made their way to the annual “Pine Tree Festival 100″ at Swainsboro Raceway on May 3, 2014. It was a beautiful night for some play in the mud at South’s Finest 200′ mud pit. Reidsville Ga, Brian Green, took 1st place in the Modified Class with his complete run time of 4.069 seconds. Jimmy Royal of came in second place with a time of 4.230 and third place went to Tyler Clark of Ludowici with a time of 4.606. The Super Stock class saw Jimmy Royal in his ’88 Ranger take first place with a time of 5.558. Second place went to Shawn Landon, 8.178, Chad Knowles took third with a distance of 147’11″.

Light 36″ and under class, first place went to Stacy Rich of Swainsboro with a complete run of 3.05.450. Richard Shuman took second with a distance of 165′ 8 1/2″. Third place going to Josh Riner with 164′ 10″.

Next to run, the Heavy 36″ and under class, Marc Collins of Stillmore takes first place with a distance of 129′ 1″. Second went to Neil Rogers, 122′ 8 1/2″, followed by Dustan Fennell finishing third with a distance of 109′.

Hunter Rich takes the win in the Light 36 1/2″ – 38 1/2″ class with a distance of 161′ 4″.

James Daniel Green of Cobbtown in his ’66 Ford Bronco was the only one that made it through the 200′ mud pit with a time of 47.644 giving him first place. Ronnie Royal takes second with a distance of 123′ 6″ and J W Meyers finishing third with a distance of 113′ in the Heavy 36 ½” – 38 ½” class division.

The top three in the Light 39″ – 44″ class all made their complete runs with Josh Riner taking first place with a time of 24.035, Hunter Rich, second place, 25.905, third place going to Stacy Rich, 32.592.

Ray Meeks of Helena, takes first place in the Heavy 39″ – 44″ class, with a run time of 10.367, Phillip Beasley, second, 13.511, Jimmy Page, third. with a distance of 193’5″.

It was a great night for mud bogging that was full of excitement as the fans watched 12 of the trucks make it through the treacherous mud pit. Thanks to all the drivers, the fans, and Paul and Debra Purvis owners of Swainsboro Mud Bog and Swainsboro Raceway.

 

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