Lincoln Speedway 8/21/99 Results

Saturday - August 21, 1999 LINCOLN SPEEDWAY Abbottstown, Pa. SHEPARD PREPS FOR ALL-STARS WITH THIRD LINCOLN WIN; Freeland takes first of year in wingless ARDC show; Wagaman first 4-time winner in thundercars ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/21/99 - "Fred...

Saturday - August 21, 1999 LINCOLN SPEEDWAY Abbottstown, Pa.

SHEPARD PREPS FOR ALL-STARS WITH THIRD LINCOLN WIN; Freeland takes first of year in wingless ARDC show; Wagaman first 4-time winner in thundercars

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/21/99 - "Fred who?"

That was Jeff Shepard's question to the cheering grandstand upon exiting his Zemco #1 sprint car in victory lane after his third win of the year at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night. But after riling up the fans, Shepard had nothing but complimentary comments for the weekly Lincoln regulars.

"I'm tired just standing here," Shepard added, "This is about hard as the Knoxville Nationals!!"

The Maryland speedster grabbed the lead from race-long leader Todd Gracey on the 19th lap and then raced away from nine-time Lincoln winner Fred Rahmer over the final seven laps to win the 25 lap super sprint feature.

Central Pennsylvania handicapping made Shepard work for his 13th overall sprint win of 1999. Shepard, slated for a 12th place start, moved up to the outside of the fifth row when Brian Montieth opted to start at the rear.

Gracey, who started outside the front row, grabbed the lead at the outset over polesitter Niki Young and quickly opened up 1.95 second lead over Jesse Wentz, Steve Siegel, Dave Ely and Shepard by the fifth lap.

The pace was fast and furious as the non-stop action saw Shepard slip by Ely for fourth on the ninth lap and then by Siegel for third place on the 15th lap. Shepard then closed on Wentz for the runner-up spot and made the pass on the 18th lap.

The racing action then came to an abrupt halt on the 19th lap when Cris Eash and Chris Knopp tangled on the frontstretch, resulting in a double flip to bring out the red flag. Neither driver was injured.

Shepard wasted no time on the restart and drove around the Brodbeck's racer in the first and second turns on the restart for the lead. But Gracey lost the handle in the following turns, spinning out. With nowhere to go, P.J. Chesson and Bill Brian Jr. tangled, sending cars both flipping.

Shepard then had the point for the restart, with Wentz and a surging Rahmer in third. Shepard sped away on the restart as Rahmer worked his way around Wentz for second in the third and fourth turns just as the race's final caution flag waved for a Darren Eash and Mike Duncan spin in the fourth turn.

The stage was then set for a seven lap shoot out between Shepard and Rahmer.

But Shepard easily outdistanced himself from Rahmer and the rest of the field to take the checkered 1.70 seconds ahead of Rahmer for his sixth career win at Lincoln.

"We were pretty good, we've been trying a couple different set-ups and it seemed to work," said Shepard. "I could go to the top and the bottom, it didn't matter. We were good through lapped traffic...those reds and yellows there at the end got me a little nervous. But the car was good enough to go and we did."

The win, Shepard's 13th overall in 1999, was also worth $2,500.

"I was kind of upset because it had been a while since we won," Shepard added. "We just haven't been real strong so we just tried some things...I told them I was ready to race and here we are."

"We've been trying a couple different things here and there and I guess we just have to get back to basics. We tried something a little different tonight, and I think we're going to try and incorporate it about everywhere we go."

"This gives us some momentum to come in here next week and try to win that deal," said Shepard on next week's All Star Circuit of Champions race at Lincoln, "I think we can get a lot better...we had some softer tires on tonight and they were giving up there at the end. I wasn't as good as I was in the beginning (of the race), so hopefully next week we'll be about the same spot."

"These guys work real hard every day to try and get this stuff done," Shepard added. "We got a lot of volunteer help that comes to the race track...these guys work hard, the motors run good, the car owners give me good equipment so with all that stuff wrapped up into one. I'm fortunate enough to drive this sucker and so far so good."

Wentz settled for a hard-earned third place finish, followed by Steve Siegel in fourth and Dave Ely fifth. Completing the top-10 were Danny Jones, Johnny Mackison Jr., James Chesson, Todd Gracey and Greg Hodnett (who came from the rear after suffering a flat tire on the 19th lap stoppage of action).

Heats for the 30 super sprints on hand were won by Gracey, Wentz and Rahmer, with James Chesson winning the consolation.

Mark Freeland claimed his first ARDC midget win of the year in the 25-lap wingless feature. Freeland started tenth, moved into the top five on the third lap, climbed to third by the end of the fourth lap, and wrestled the lead from Doug Borger through turns three and four of the tenth lap. Borger was actually the third leader of the event. Polesitter Don Trent led lap one and Duane Mausteller paced the field from his outside front row starting spot laps two and three. Borger led laps four through nine before giving way to the race winner. Freeland dominated from there, winning by 3.31 seconds over Bryan Kobylarz. Kevin Bastian (running his first ever wingless race), Borger, and Mausteller completed the to five.

Heats for the 28 ARDC Midgets on hand were won by Kobylarz, Walt Stearly (who lost an engine wile running in the top five on lap nine of the feature), and Freeland.

Craig Wagaman dedicated his thundercar win to his grandfather after becoming the division's leading winner in the 15-lap thundercar feature. It was Wagaman's fourth win of the year, but first since Richard Wagaman, Sr. passed away several weeks ago. Sean Herrick led the first six laps before Wagaman grabbed the lead. Mike Walls won a multi-car battle for second, with Herrick holding on for a career-best third place finish, Steve Clabaugh crossing fourth, and Neil Smith rounding out the top five. Points leader Bobby Beard was among the cars collected in a sixth-lap spin by Tom Jackson that took out Mike Zeigler, Jr. and K.T. Shaw. Both Bernie and Bobby Beard were also involved. Bobby came back for a 12th-place finish.

Heats for the 38 thundercars on hand were won by Duane Watson, Jackson, Bobby Beard and Walls. Twin consolations were won by Richard Will and David Prunkl.

RACE RESULTS Saturday - August 21, 1999 LINCOLN SPEEDWAY Abbottstown, Pa.

Super Sprints: Feature (25 Laps) - 1. 1-Jeff Shepard ($2,500); 2. 77-Fred Rahmer; 3. 2W-Jesse Wentz; 4. 59-Steve Siegel; 5. 77E-Dave Ely; 6. 8J-Danny Jones; 7. 65-Johnny Mackison Jr.; 8. 22-James Chesson; 9. 25-Todd Gracey; 10. 12-Greg Hodnett; 11. 17N-Niki Young; 12. 10N-Dave Haight; 13. 3-Bob Bennett; 14. 55S-Billy Sims; 15. 7E-Darren Eash (DNF); 16. 76-P.J. Chesson (DNF); 17. 16-Bill Brian Jr. (DNF); 18. 17E-Cris Eash (DNF); 19. 11D-Mike Duncan (DNF); 20. 07-Curt Michael (DNF); 21. 6-Chris Knopp (DNF); 22. 8-Dan Dietrich (DNF); 23. 12B-Brian Montieth (DNF); 24. 17K-Glendon Forsythe (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders - Todd Gracey (1-18), Jeff Shepard (19-25)

1st Heat (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 25-Todd Gracey; 2. 59-Steve Siegel; 3. 65-Johnny Mackison Jr.; 4. 12-Greg Hodnett; 5. 8-Dan Dietrich; 6. 11D-Mike Duncan; 7. 43-Larry Shive; 8. 7E-Darren Eash (DNF); 9. 55S-Billy Sims (DNF); 10. 6-Chris Knopp (DNF). No Time

2nd Heat (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 2W-Jesse Wentz; 2. 17E-Cris Eash; 3. 1-Jeff Shepard; 4. 77E-Dave Ely; 5. 16-Bill Brian Jr.; 6. 17K-Glendon Forsythe; 7. 22-James Chesson; 8. 07-Curt Michael; 9. 26-Pat Cooper; 10. 40-Ed Fischl II. Time - 2:23.71

3rd Heat (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 77-Fred Rahmer; 2. 17K-Niki Young; 3. 8J-Danny Jones; 4. 12B-Brian Montieth; 5. 10N-Dave Haight; 6. 3-Bob Bennett; 7. 76-P.J. Chesson; 8. 99-Dan Long (DNF); DNS - 6W-Josh Wells, 10-Chad Wolf. No Time

Consolation (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 22-James Chesson; 2. 76-P.J. Chesson; 3. 7E-Darren Eash; 4. 07-Curt Michael; 5. 6-Chris Knopp; 6. 55S-Bill Sims; 7. 26-Pat Cooper; 8. 43-Larry Shive; 9. 40-Ed Fischl II; 10. 99-Dan Long; DNS - 6W-Josh Wells, 10-Chad Wolf. No Time

ARDC Midgets (Wingless): Feature (20 Laps) - 1. 4-Mark Freeland; 2. 49-Bryan Kobylarz; 3. 8K-Kevin Bastian; 4. 47-Doug Borger; 5. 25-Duane Mausteller; 6. 6-Ed Stimley Jr.; 7. 86-Tim Dietz; 8. 67-Jill Canuso; 9. 12-Mark Wakefoose; 10. 75-Fred Schell; 11. 43-Dan Shelbo Jr.; 12. 27-Dave Suchy; 13. 38-Jack Curtis; 14. 96-Jim Jackson; 15. 28-Brian Suchy; 16. 42-Walt Stearly; 17. 29-Jim Knickerbocker; 18. 57-Mike Crouse; 19. 21-Trevor Utt; 20. 54-Shawn Burke; 21. 18-Don Trent; 22. 98-Mike Roselli; 23. 24-Ted Schmidt; 24. 2-A.J. Ernesto; 25. 9-Bill Ertel; 26. 11-Mike Piersig; 27. 61-Tom Martocci; 28. 88-Frank Fiore. No Time

Lap Leaders - Don Trent (1), Duane Mausteller (2-3), Doug Borger (4-8), Mark Freeland (9-20)

1st Heat (8 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 49-Bryan Kobylarz; 2. 25-Duane Mausteller; 3. 86-Tim Dietz; 4. 2-A.J. Ernesto; 5. 96-Jim Jackson; 6. 75-Fred Schell; 7. 29-Jim Knickerbocker; 8. 98-Mike Roselli; 9. 21-Trevor Utt; 10. 24-Ted Schmidt (DNF). Time - 2:18.73

2nd Heat (8 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 42-Walt Stearly; 2. 12-Mark Wakefoose; 3. 18-Don Trent; 4. 9-Bill Ertel; 5. 28-Brian Suchy; 6. 54-Shawn Burke; 7. 61-Tommy Martocci; 8. 43-Dan Shelbo Jr.; 9. 57-Mike Krause; 10. 11-Mike Piersig. Time - 2:22.42

3rd Heat (8 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 4-Mark Freeland; 2. 47-Doug Borger; 3. 8-Kevin Bastian; 4. 67-Jill Canuso; 5. 27-Dave Suchy; 6. 38-Jack Curtis; DNS - 88-Frank Fiore, 6-Ed Stimley Jr., 94-Jerry Kobza. Time - 2:18.32

Thundercars: Feature (15 Laps) - 1. 30-Craig Wagaman; 2. 1W-Mike Walls; 3. 25-Sean Herrick; 4. 16-Steve Clabaugh; 5. 1-Neil Smith; 6. 3-Duane Watson; 7. 3R-Bobby Rudisill; 8. 99-Joe Flynn Jr.; 9. 21A-Mike Zeigler; 10. 13R-Richard Will; 11. 21-Jerry Bingaman; 12. 5-Bobby Beard; 13. 38-Roy Warehime; 14. 6-Tony Kuhn; 15. 8MD-David Prunkl; 16. 100-Mike Zeigler Jr.; 17. 61-Mike Ciezobka; 18. X-Bernie Beard; 19. 47-Bob Scott Jr.; 20. 60-Scott Tritle; 21. 24K-Corey Knaub (DNF); 22. 11-Tom Jackson (DNF); 23. 41-K.T. Shaw (DNF); 24. M1-Mike Potts (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders - Sean Herrick (1-6), Craig Wagaman (7-15)

1st Heat (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 3-Duane Watson; 2. M1-Mike Potts; 3. 25-Sean Herrick; 4. 1-Neil Smith; 5. 13R-Richard Will; 6. 39F-Bill Foard; 7. 60-Scott Tritle; 8. 9-Les Davis; 9. 71-Tom Walls (DNF); 10. 95-Fred Cullum (DNF). Time - 2:51.63

2nd Heat (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 11-Tom Jackson; 2. 100-Mike Zeigler Jr.; 3. 16-Steve Clabaugh; 4. 47-Bob Scott Jr.; 5. 78-Ron Farrar; 6. 6-Tony Kuhn; 7. 61-Mike Ciezobka; 8. 3M-John Drinkert; 9. 92-Kenny Rush (DNF). Time - 2:52.83

3rd Heat (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 5-Bobby Beard; 2. 30-Craig Wagaman; 3. X-Bernie Beard; 4. 99-Joe Flynn Jr.; 5. 8MD-David Prunkl; 6. 4-Greg Feltch; 7. 7-Pat Saltzgiver; 8. 9B-Kenny Slaybaugh (DNF); 9. 66-Phil Davis (DNF). No Time

4th Heat (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 1W-Mike Walls; 2. 41-K.T. Shaw; 3. 21A-Mike Zeigler; 4. 3R-Bobby Rudisill; 5. 38-Roy Warehime; 6. 21-Jerry Bingaman; 7. 19M-Greg Messersmith; 8. 24K-Corey Knaub; 9. 2-Steve Gantz (DNF). No Time

1st Consolation (6 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 13R-Richard Will; 2. 78-Ron Farrar; 3. 61-Mike Ciezobka; 4. 60-Scott Tritle; 5. 6-Tony Kuhn; 6. 39F-Bill Foard; 7. 9-Les Davis; DNS - 3M-John Drinkert, 71-Tom Walls, 92-Kenny Rush, 95-Fred Cullum. Time - 2:09.48

2nd Consolation (6 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 8MD-David Prunkl; 2. 21-Jerry Bingaman; 3. 38-Roy Warehime; 4. 24K-Corey Knaub; 5. 19M-Greg Messersmith; 6. 66-Phil Davis; 7. 7-Pat Saltzgiver; 8. 2-Steve Gantz; 9. 4-Greg Feltch; DNS - 9B-Kenny Slaybaugh. No Time

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<HTML><HEAD><TITLE></TITLE> <META content=3D"MSHTML 5.00.2314.1000" name=3DGENERATOR></HEAD> <BODY><B> Saturday - August 21, 1999<BR>LINCOLN SPEEDWAY<BR></B>Abbottstown, = Pa.<B> SHEPARD PREPS FOR ALL-STARS WITH THIRD LINCOLN = WIN;<BR></B><I>Freeland takes=20 first of year in wingless ARDC show; Wagaman first 4-time winner in=20 thundercars</I> <B>ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/21/99</B> - "Fred who?" That was Jeff Shepard’s question to the cheering grandstand = upon exiting his=20 Zemco #1 sprint car in victory lane after his third win of the year at = Lincoln=20 Speedway Saturday night. But after riling up the fans, Shepard had = nothing but=20 complimentary comments for the weekly Lincoln regulars. "I’m tired just standing here," Shepard added, "This is about = hard as the=20 Knoxville Nationals!!" The Maryland speedster grabbed the lead from race-long leader Todd = Gracey on=20 the 19th lap and then raced away from nine-time Lincoln winner Fred = Rahmer over=20 the final seven laps to win the 25 lap super sprint feature. Central Pennsylvania handicapping made Shepard work for his 13th = overall=20 sprint win of 1999. Shepard, slated for a 12th place start, moved up to = the=20 outside of the fifth row when Brian Montieth opted to start at the rear. =

Gracey, who started outside the front row, grabbed the lead at the = outset=20 over polesitter Niki Young and quickly opened up 1.95 second lead over = Jesse=20 Wentz, Steve Siegel, Dave Ely and Shepard by the fifth lap. The pace was fast and furious as the non-stop action saw Shepard slip = by Ely=20 for fourth on the ninth lap and then by Siegel for third place on the = 15th lap.=20 Shepard then closed on Wentz for the runner-up spot and made the pass on = the=20 18th lap. The racing action then came to an abrupt halt on the 19th lap when = Cris Eash=20 and Chris Knopp tangled on the frontstretch, resulting in a double flip = to bring=20 out the red flag. Neither driver was injured. Shepard wasted no time on the restart and drove around the = Brodbeck’s racer=20 in the first and second turns on the restart for the lead. But Gracey = lost the=20 handle in the following turns, spinning out. With nowhere to go, P.J. = Chesson=20 and Bill Brian Jr. tangled, sending cars both flipping. Shepard then had the point for the restart, with Wentz and a surging = Rahmer=20 in third. Shepard sped away on the restart as Rahmer worked his way = around Wentz=20 for second in the third and fourth turns just as the race’s final = caution flag=20 waved for a Darren Eash and Mike Duncan spin in the fourth turn. The stage was then set for a seven lap shoot out between Shepard and=20 Rahmer. But Shepard easily outdistanced himself from Rahmer and the rest of = the field=20 to take the checkered 1.70 seconds ahead of Rahmer for his sixth career = win at=20 Lincoln. "We were pretty good, we’ve been trying a couple different = set-ups and it=20 seemed to work," said Shepard. "I could go to the top and the bottom, it = didn’t=20 matter. We were good through lapped traffic...those reds and yellows = there at=20 the end got me a little nervous. But the car was good enough to go and = we=20 did." The win, Shepard’s 13th overall in 1999, was also worth = $2,500. "I was kind of upset because it had been a while since we won," = Shepard=20 added. "We just haven’t been real strong so we just tried some = things...I told=20 them I was ready to race and here we are." "We’ve been trying a couple different things here and there and = I guess we=20 just have to get back to basics. We tried something a little different = tonight,=20 and I think we’re going to try and incorporate it about everywhere = we go." "This gives us some momentum to come in here next week and try to win = that=20 deal," said Shepard on next week’s All Star Circuit of Champions = race at=20 Lincoln, "I think we can get a lot better...we had some softer tires on = tonight=20 and they were giving up there at the end. I wasn’t as good as I = was in the=20 beginning (of the race), so hopefully next week we’ll be about the = same=20 spot." "These guys work real hard every day to try and get this stuff done," = Shepard=20 added. "We got a lot of volunteer help that comes to the race = track...these guys=20 work hard, the motors run good, the car owners give me good equipment so = with=20 all that stuff wrapped up into one. I’m fortunate enough to drive = this sucker=20 and so far so good." Wentz settled for a hard-earned third place finish, followed by Steve = Siegel=20 in fourth and Dave Ely fifth. Completing the top-10 were Danny Jones, = Johnny=20 Mackison Jr., James Chesson, Todd Gracey and Greg Hodnett (who came from = the=20 rear after suffering a flat tire on the 19th lap stoppage of = action). Heats for the 30 super sprints on hand were won by Gracey, Wentz and = Rahmer,=20 with James Chesson winning the consolation. Mark Freeland claimed his first ARDC midget win of the year in the = 25-lap=20 wingless feature. Freeland started tenth, moved into the top five on the = third=20 lap, climbed to third by the end of the fourth lap, and wrestled the = lead from=20 Doug Borger through turns three and four of the tenth lap. Borger was = actually=20 the third leader of the event. Polesitter Don Trent led lap one and = Duane=20 Mausteller paced the field from his outside front row starting spot laps = two and=20 three. Borger led laps four through nine before giving way to the race = winner.=20 Freeland dominated from there, winning by 3.31 seconds over Bryan = Kobylarz.=20 Kevin Bastian (running his first ever wingless race), Borger, and = Mausteller=20 completed the to five. Heats for the 28 ARDC Midgets on hand were won by Kobylarz, Walt = Stearly (who=20 lost an engine wile running in the top five on lap nine of the feature), = and=20 Freeland. Craig Wagaman dedicated his thundercar win to his grandfather after = becoming=20 the division’s leading winner in the 15-lap thundercar feature. It = was Wagaman’s=20 fourth win of the year, but first since Richard Wagaman, Sr. passed away = several=20 weeks ago. Sean Herrick led the first six laps before Wagaman grabbed = the lead.=20 Mike Walls won a multi-car battle for second, with Herrick holding on = for a=20 career-best third place finish, Steve Clabaugh crossing fourth, and Neil = Smith=20 rounding out the top five. Points leader Bobby Beard was among the cars=20 collected in a sixth-lap spin by Tom Jackson that took out Mike Zeigler, = Jr. and=20 K.T. Shaw. Both Bernie and Bobby Beard were also involved. Bobby came = back for a=20 12th-place finish. Heats for the 38 thundercars on hand were won by Duane Watson, = Jackson, Bobby=20 Beard and Walls. Twin consolations were won by Richard Will and David=20 Prunkl. Don’t forget to check-out Lincoln Speedway On-line at <B>http://www.lincolnspeedway.com</B> for=20 all the latest results, statistics and point standings. Next Saturday, = August=20 28th, the touring All Star Circuit of Champions will battle against = Lincoln=20 Speedway’s best in the super sprints. The thundercars will = fill-out the=20 evening’s racing program. Time trials get underway at 7:30 PM, = with gates=20 opening at 5 PM.<B> RACE RESULTS<BR>Saturday - August 21, 1999<BR>LINCOLN=20 SPEEDWAY<BR></B>Abbottstown, Pa.<B> Super Sprints:<BR>Feature</B> (25 Laps) - 1. 1-Jeff Shepard ($2,500); = 2.=20 77-Fred Rahmer; 3. 2W-Jesse Wentz; 4. 59-Steve Siegel; 5. 77E-Dave Ely; = 6.=20 8J-Danny Jones; 7. 65-Johnny Mackison Jr.; 8. 22-James Chesson; 9. = 25-Todd=20 Gracey; 10. 12-Greg Hodnett; 11. 17N-Niki Young; 12. 10N-Dave Haight; = 13. 3-Bob=20 Bennett; 14. 55S-Billy Sims; 15. 7E-Darren Eash (DNF); 16. 76-P.J. = Chesson=20 (DNF); 17. 16-Bill Brian Jr. (DNF); 18. 17E-Cris Eash (DNF); 19. = 11D-Mike Duncan=20 (DNF); 20. 07-Curt Michael (DNF); 21. 6-Chris Knopp (DNF); 22. 8-Dan = Dietrich=20 (DNF); 23. 12B-Brian Montieth (DNF); 24. 17K-Glendon Forsythe (DNF). No=20 Time<B> Lap Leaders</B> - Todd Gracey (1-18), Jeff Shepard (19-25)<B> 1st Heat </B>(10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 25-Todd Gracey; 2. 59-Steve = Siegel;=20 3. 65-Johnny Mackison Jr.; 4. 12-Greg Hodnett; 5. 8-Dan Dietrich; 6. = 11D-Mike=20 Duncan; 7. 43-Larry Shive; 8. 7E-Darren Eash (DNF); 9. 55S-Billy Sims = (DNF); 10.=20 6-Chris Knopp (DNF). No Time<B> 2nd Heat</B> (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 2W-Jesse Wentz; 2. 17E-Cris = Eash; 3.=20 1-Jeff Shepard; 4. 77E-Dave Ely; 5. 16-Bill Brian Jr.; 6. 17K-Glendon = Forsythe;=20 7. 22-James Chesson; 8. 07-Curt Michael; 9. 26-Pat Cooper; 10. 40-Ed = Fischl II.=20 Time - 2:23.71<B> 3rd Heat</B> (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 77-Fred Rahmer; 2. 17K-Niki = Young;=20 3. 8J-Danny Jones; 4. 12B-Brian Montieth; 5. 10N-Dave Haight; 6. 3-Bob = Bennett;=20 7. 76-P.J. Chesson; 8. 99-Dan Long (DNF); DNS - 6W-Josh Wells, 10-Chad = Wolf. No=20 Time<B> Consolation</B> (10 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 22-James Chesson; 2. = 76-P.J.=20 Chesson; 3. 7E-Darren Eash; 4. 07-Curt Michael; 5. 6-Chris Knopp; 6. = 55S-Bill=20 Sims; 7. 26-Pat Cooper; 8. 43-Larry Shive; 9. 40-Ed Fischl II; 10. = 99-Dan Long;=20 DNS - 6W-Josh Wells, 10-Chad Wolf. No Time<B> ARDC Midgets (Wingless):<BR>Feature</B> (20 Laps) - 1. 4-Mark = Freeland; 2.=20 49-Bryan Kobylarz; 3. 8K-Kevin Bastian; 4. 47-Doug Borger; 5. 25-Duane=20 Mausteller; 6. 6-Ed Stimley Jr.; 7. 86-Tim Dietz; 8. 67-Jill Canuso; 9. = 12-Mark=20 Wakefoose; 10. 75-Fred Schell; 11. 43-Dan Shelbo Jr.; 12. 27-Dave Suchy; = 13.=20 38-Jack Curtis; 14. 96-Jim Jackson; 15. 28-Brian Suchy; 16. 42-Walt = Stearly; 17.=20 29-Jim Knickerbocker; 18. 57-Mike Crouse; 19. 21-Trevor Utt; 20. = 54-Shawn Burke;=20 21. 18-Don Trent; 22. 98-Mike Roselli; 23. 24-Ted Schmidt; 24. 2-A.J. = Ernesto;=20 25. 9-Bill Ertel; 26. 11-Mike Piersig; 27. 61-Tom Martocci; 28. 88-Frank = Fiore.=20 No Time<B> Lap Leaders</B> - Don Trent (1), Duane Mausteller (2-3), Doug Borger = (4-8),=20 Mark Freeland (9-20)<B> 1st Heat </B>(8 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 49-Bryan Kobylarz; 2. = 25-Duane=20 Mausteller; 3. 86-Tim Dietz; 4. 2-A.J. Ernesto; 5. 96-Jim Jackson; 6. = 75-Fred=20 Schell; 7. 29-Jim Knickerbocker; 8. 98-Mike Roselli; 9. 21-Trevor Utt; = 10.=20 24-Ted Schmidt (DNF). Time - 2:18.73<B> 2nd Heat</B> (8 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 42-Walt Stearly; 2. 12-Mark=20 Wakefoose; 3. 18-Don Trent; 4. 9-Bill Ertel; 5. 28-Brian Suchy; 6. = 54-Shawn=20 Burke; 7. 61-Tommy Martocci; 8. 43-Dan Shelbo Jr.; 9. 57-Mike Krause; = 10.=20 11-Mike Piersig. Time - 2:22.42<B> 3rd Heat</B> (8 Laps/6 to qualify) - 1. 4-Mark Freeland; 2. 47-Doug = Borger;=20 3. 8-Kevin Bastian; 4. 67-Jill Canuso; 5. 27-Dave Suchy; 6. 38-Jack = Curtis; DNS=20 - 88-Frank Fiore, 6-Ed Stimley Jr., 94-Jerry Kobza. Time - = 2:18.32<B> Thundercars:<BR>Feature </B>(15 Laps) - 1. 30-Craig Wagaman; 2. = 1W-Mike=20 Walls; 3. 25-Sean Herrick; 4. 16-Steve Clabaugh; 5. 1-Neil Smith; 6. = 3-Duane=20 Watson; 7. 3R-Bobby Rudisill; 8. 99-Joe Flynn Jr.; 9. 21A-Mike Zeigler; = 10.=20 13R-Richard Will; 11. 21-Jerry Bingaman; 12. 5-Bobby Beard; 13. 38-Roy = Warehime;=20 14. 6-Tony Kuhn; 15. 8MD-David Prunkl; 16. 100-Mike Zeigler Jr.; 17. = 61-Mike=20 Ciezobka; 18. X-Bernie Beard; 19. 47-Bob Scott Jr.; 20. 60-Scott Tritle; = 21.=20 24K-Corey Knaub (DNF); 22. 11-Tom Jackson (DNF); 23. 41-K.T. Shaw (DNF); = 24.=20 M1-Mike Potts (DNF). No Time<B> Lap Leaders</B> - Sean Herrick (1-6), Craig Wagaman (7-15)<B> 1st Heat </B>(8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 3-Duane Watson; 2. M1-Mike = Potts; 3.=20 25-Sean Herrick; 4. 1-Neil Smith; 5. 13R-Richard Will; 6. 39F-Bill = Foard; 7.=20 60-Scott Tritle; 8. 9-Les Davis; 9. 71-Tom Walls (DNF); 10. 95-Fred = Cullum=20 (DNF). Time - 2:51.63<B> 2nd Heat</B> (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 11-Tom Jackson; 2. 100-Mike = Zeigler=20 Jr.; 3. 16-Steve Clabaugh; 4. 47-Bob Scott Jr.; 5. 78-Ron Farrar; 6. = 6-Tony=20 Kuhn; 7. 61-Mike Ciezobka; 8. 3M-John Drinkert; 9. 92-Kenny Rush (DNF). = Time -=20 2:52.83<B> 3rd Heat</B> (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 5-Bobby Beard; 2. 30-Craig = Wagaman;=20 3. X-Bernie Beard; 4. 99-Joe Flynn Jr.; 5. 8MD-David Prunkl; 6. 4-Greg = Feltch;=20 7. 7-Pat Saltzgiver; 8. 9B-Kenny Slaybaugh (DNF); 9. 66-Phil Davis = (DNF). No=20 Time<B> 4th Heat</B> (8 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 1W-Mike Walls; 2. 41-K.T. = Shaw; 3.=20 21A-Mike Zeigler; 4. 3R-Bobby Rudisill; 5. 38-Roy Warehime; 6. 21-Jerry=20 Bingaman; 7. 19M-Greg Messersmith; 8. 24K-Corey Knaub; 9. 2-Steve Gantz = (DNF).=20 No Time<B> 1st Consolation</B> (6 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 13R-Richard Will; 2. = 78-Ron=20 Farrar; 3. 61-Mike Ciezobka; 4. 60-Scott Tritle; 5. 6-Tony Kuhn; 6. = 39F-Bill=20 Foard; 7. 9-Les Davis; DNS - 3M-John Drinkert, 71-Tom Walls, 92-Kenny = Rush,=20 95-Fred Cullum. Time - 2:09.48<B> 2nd Consolation</B> (6 Laps/4 to qualify) - 1. 8MD-David Prunkl; 2. = 21-Jerry=20 Bingaman; 3. 38-Roy Warehime; 4. 24K-Corey Knaub; 5. 19M-Greg = Messersmith; 6.=20 66-Phil Davis; 7. 7-Pat Saltzgiver; 8. 2-Steve Gantz; 9. 4-Greg Feltch; = DNS -=20 9B-Kenny Slaybaugh. No Time</BODY></HTML>

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Drivers James Chesson , P.J. Chesson , Bryan Kobylarz , Danny Jones , Neil Smith