Gainesville Race Report and Results

TOLIVER, KALITTA AMONG WINNERS AT MAC TOOLS GATORNATIONALS GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Jerry Toliver extended his Winston points lead in Funny Car by posting his second victory of the season Sunday at the 31st annual Mac Tools Gatornationals at ...

TOLIVER, KALITTA AMONG WINNERS AT MAC TOOLS GATORNATIONALS

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Jerry Toliver extended his Winston points lead in Funny Car by posting his second victory of the season Sunday at the 31st annual Mac Tools Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway. Doug Kalitta, Warren Johnson, Dave Schultz and Randy Daniels were also winners in their respective pro categories at the $1.9 million race, the third of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series. Toliver, from Huntington Beach, Calif., outran Ron Capps for the victory in a battle of Chevy Camaros. Toliver, also a winner at the season-opening event in Pomona, Calif., drove his WWF Racing Camaro to a 5.071-second run at 296.50 mph to pull away from Capps' U.S. Tobacco Camaro, which lost traction and ran 6.185 at 155.76. Toliver was impressive in early round wins over Dean Skuza, Tony Pedregon, and Todd Paton in his march to the final round. "We've got a good looking hot rod right now," Toliver said. "We've got a great team. Dale (Armstrong, crew chief) gives me all the confidence in the world. It's a dream to work with him." Toliver increased his Winston points lead to 74 over nine-time series champ and the event's No. 1 qualifier John Force, who lost in the second round to Scotty Cannon. "We want to stay ahead in this points lead, and go wire to wire," Toliver said. "This win serves notice that this team is for real, that Pomona wasn't a fluke. I know that we're going to have to fight for this thing, it's not going to be easy. John's going to be tough, but I think we're ready for him." Kalitta, from Ypsilanti, Mich., did a masterful driving job to claim his third career Top Fuel victory. His MGM Grand dragster neared the centerline at the end of the run, but he managed to keep it under control and post a winning 4.614 at 313.58. Runner-up Tony Schumacher drove his Exide Batteries dragster to a 4.679 at 314.97 in his third final in as many races. Kalitta said his days as a USAC sprint car driver came in handy at about the 1,000-foot mark in the extremely close final round. "It didn't look that close when I was in the car, but coming back down the return road I saw a couple of tire marks and I'd say I was a couple of feet from the center line," Kalitta said. "Tony and those guys are strong and I wasn't going to give up until I got to the end. I was really happy to get the win for sure." Kalitta defeated Terry Mullins, Don Lampus and Kenny Bernstein to advance to his first final round of the season. Kalitta was fined $1,000 and 10 points by NHRA officials for dropping oil on the racing surface during his semifinal win over with Bernstein. It was the day's only delay during eliminations, which ended just before 4:30 p.m. (ET), an NHRA record. "I can't say enough about the guys on the team and what they did to get the car to get it to run that 61 in the final," said Kalitta, who joins his uncle and crew chief Connie as a Gainesville winner (1994). "We've got out to a little bit of a rocky start this year, but this win is really going to help the team. Connie threw a lot at the track and it was able to take it. Schumacher increased his Winston lead to 31 over second-place Gary Scelzi, who lost to the defending series champion in the semifinals. Johnson, from Buford, Ga., scored his 80th career Pro Stock victory and in the process handed winless Troy Coughlin his ninth runner-up finish. Johnson's GM Goodwrench Pontiac Firebird covered the quarter-mile in 6.900 at 199.35, while Coughlin's Oldsmobile had mechanical problems and posted an 8.865 at 106.59. It was the ninth victory for Johnson at the Florida quarter-mile, but only the first win of the season for the five-time and defending Winston champion. "We're still not really 100-percent with our program," said Johnson, who topped George Marnell, archrival Jim Yates and Ron Krisher on his way to the final. "It's one of those things where we haven't had a lot of fresh parts. We feel really fortunate to be in the spot we are right now considering how we started the season. We should be up to full speed by Las Vegas." Despite losing to Richie Stevens in the quarterfinals, Jeg Coughlin remained in the Winston points lead, 26 ahead of Johnson. "It's not going to be a two-car race for the championship," Johnson said. "I'll guarantee that there'll be another two or three cars in the mix before it's all over." Schultz, from Ft. Myers, Fla., captured his 44th career Pro Stock Motorcycle victory, and fourth at Gainesville Raceway by upsetting No. 1 qualifier Tony Mullen in the final. Schultz rode his Sunoco Suzuki to the victory with a 7.285 at 182.87, besting Mullen's slower Suzuki, which ran 7.340 at 177.88. Schultz beat Brian DeLong, Fred Collis and defending series champ Matt Hines to advance to the final round, his first since the 1999 fall event at Houston Raceway Park. "This is the best," said Schultz, who earned his most recent victory at Denver last year. "I was beginning to wonder if the track I love so much was beginning to get a little jinx on me. It's great to get back in the winner's circle and back in the points lead." Grantsboro, N.C.'s Daniels earned his third career Pro Stock Truck win by out-running Greg Stanfield in a battle of Chevy S-10s. Daniels recorded a winning 7.517 at 178.21, while Stanfield lost traction and posted a 7.779 at 148.35. "Our Chevy S-10 was awesome from the time we unloaded it this weekend," said Daniels, who defeated early challengers Tim Freeman, Brian Self and Jeff Gracia from his No. 1 qualifying position. "Old Blue seemed to know where the finish line was today. It's a great win for our team." The estimated, four-day attendance was 146,702, an event record. The next NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series event is the inaugural SummitRacing.Com NHRA Nationals, April 6-9, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Final finish order (1-16) for professional categories at the 31st annual Mac Tools Gatornationals at Gainesville raceway. The $1.9 million race is the third of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series.

TOP FUEL:

1. Doug Kalitta; 2. Tony Schumacher; 3. Gary Scelzi; 4. Kenny Bernstein; 5. Larry Dixon; 6. Don Lampus; 7. Joe Amato; 8. Mike Smith; 9. Bob Vandergriff; 10. Paul Romine; 11. Terry Mullins; 12. Cory McClenathan; 13. Bruce Litton; 14. Doug Herbert; 15. Rhonda Hartman-Smith; 16. David Grubnic.

FUNNY CAR:

1. Jerry Toliver, Chevy Camaro; 2. Ron Capps, Camaro; 3. Todd Paton, Pontiac Firebird; 4. Scotty Cannon, Camaro; 5. Tony Pedregon, Ford Mustang; 6. John Force, Mustang; 7. Del Worsham, Firebird; 8. Kenny Sayers, Chevrolet Corvette; 9. Dean Skuza, Dodge Avenger; 10. Frank Pedregon, Firebird; 11. Jim Epler, Firebird; 12. Whit Bazemore, Camaro; 13. Gary Densham, Firebird; 14. Tim Wilkerson, Firebird; 15. Al Hofmann, Firebird; 16. Bob Gilbertson, Firebird.

PRO STOCK:

1. Warren Johnson, Pontiac Firebird; 2. Troy Coughlin, Oldsmobile Cutlass; 3. Ron Krisher, Firebird; 4. Richie Stevens, Firebird; 5. Jim Yates, Firebird; 6. Jeg Coughlin, Cutlass; 7. Bruce Allen, Firebird; 8. Kurt Johnson, Chevy Camaro; 9. Mark Pawuk, Firebird; 10. Tom Martino, Firebird; 11. Larry Morgan, Dodge Avenger; 12. George Marnell, Firebird; 13. Darrell Alderman, Avenger; 14. Robert Patrick, Ford Probe; 15. Tony Gillig, Cutlass; 16. Steve Schmidt, Firebird.

PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:

1. David Schultz, Suzuki; 2. Tony Mullen, Suzuki; 3. Matt Hines, Suzuki; 4. Angelle Seeling, Suzuki; 5. Antron Brown, Suzuki; 6. Fred Collis, Suzuki; 7. Shawn Gann, Suzuki; 8. Craig Treble, Suzuki; 9. Blaine Hale, Kawasaki; 10. Steve Johnson, Suzuki; 11. Brian Ayers, Suzuki; 12. Ron Ayers, Suzuki; 13. Geno Scali, Suzuki; 14. Chris Reuter, Suzuki; 15. Brian DeLong, Suzuki; 16. Reggie Showers, Suzuki.

PRO STOCK TRUCK:

1. Randy Daniels, Chevy S-10; 2. Greg Stanfield, S-10; 3. Jeff Gracia, S-10; 4. David Spitzer, GMC Sonoma; 5. Brad Jeter, S-10; 6. Rick Jones, Sonoma; 7. Bob Panella Jr, S-10; 8. Brian Self, S-10; 9. Scott Perin, S-10; 10. Taylor Lastor, S-10; 11. John Coughlin, S-10; 12. Rob Slavinski, S-10; 13. Tim Freeman, S-10; 14. Larry Seay, S-10; 15. Don Smith, S-10; 16. John Lingenfelter, Sonoma.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Sunday's final results from the 31st annual Mac Tools Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway. The $1.9 million race is the third of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series:

Top Fuel - Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti, Mich., 4.614 seconds, 313.58 mph def. Tony Schumacher, Park Ridge, Ill., 4.679, 314.97.

Funny Car - Jerry Toliver, Huntington Beach, Calif., Chevy Camaro, 5.071, 296.50 def. Ron Capps, Carlsbad, Calif., Camaro, 6.185, 155.76.

Pro Stock - Warren Johnson, Buford, Ga., Pontiac Firebird, 6.900, 199.35 def. Troy Coughlin, Columbus, Ohio, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 8.865, 106.59.

Pro Stock Motorcycle - David Schultz, Fort Myers, Fla., Suzuki, 7.285, 182.87 def. Tony Mullen, Bradenton, Fla., Suzuki, 7.340, 177.88.

Pro Stock Truck - Randy Daniels, Grantsboro, N.C., Chevrolet S-10, 7.517, 178.21 def. Greg Stanfield, Bossier City, La., Chevrolet S-10, 7.779, 148.35.

Federal-Mogul Dragster - Jay Meyer, Freeport, Texas, 5.462, 254.18 def. Mark Hentges, Federal Way, Wash., 5.645, 206.92.

Federal-Mogul Funny Car - Frank Manzo, Morganville, N.J., Dodge Avenger, 5.579, 257.33 def. Bob Newberry, Schenectady, N.Y., Avenger, 5.635, 253.33.

Comp Eliminator - Robert Bailey, Wabash, Ind., Dragster 7.712, 122.31 def. David Myers, Dallas, Camaro, foul.

Stock - Lee Bannister, Crosby, Texas, Pontiac Formula, 11.647, 100.20 def. Todd Bednaz, Terryville, Conn., Camaro, 11.959, 112.83.

Super Stock - Rod Lightner, Altoona, Pa., Camaro, 10.224, 124.58 def. Richard Beshore, Mason, Mich., Plymouth Barracuda, 9.097, 145.38.

Super Comp - Edmond Richardson, Goodlettsville, Tenn., 8.902, 165.54 def. Larry Ericksmoen, St. Petersburg, Fla., 8.902, 160.06.

Super Gas - Dan Northrop, Doylestown, Pa., Chey Vega, 9.908, 133.50 def. Steve Cohen, Trilby, Fla., Chevrolet Corvette, 9.870, 144.18.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Final round-by-round results from the 31st annual Mac Tools Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway, the third of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series:

TOP FUEL:

ROUND ONE -- Don Lampus, Garland, Texas, 4.773, 295.46 def. Doug Herbert, Cherryville, N.C., 7.038, 120.63; Tony Schumacher, Park Ridge, Ill., 4.672, 313.44 def. David Grubnic, Ennis, Mont., broke; Joe Amato, Exeter, Pa., 4.698, 310.84 def. Bob Vandergriff, Cumming, Ga., 4.787, 296.50; Kenny Bernstein, Lake Forest, Calif., 4.724, 311.34 def. Paul Romine, Indianapolis, 4.797, 305.36; Gary Scelzi, Fresno, Calif., 4.621, 311.77 def. Bruce Litton, Indianapolis, 7.010, 109.47; Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti, Mich., 4.725, 301.20 def. Terry Mullins, Oak Ridge, Tenn., 4.964, 231.16; Larry Dixon, Indianapolis, 4.664, 304.87 def. Rhonda Hartman-Smith, Williamston, S.C., 15.471, 41.29; Mike Smith, Round Rock, Texas, 4.710, 312.78 def. Cory McClenathan, Anaheim, Calif., 6.638, 123.25. QUARTERFINALS -- Kalitta, 4.744, 285.05 def. Lampus, 4.857, 273.61; Schumacher, 4.688, 310.70 def. Amato, 4.865, 275.96; Bernstein, 4.658, 310.63 def. Dixon, 4.697, 313.22; Scelzi, 4.710, 256.84 def. Smith, 12.901, 63.95. SEMIFINALS -- Schumacher, 4.632, 316.30 def. Scelzi, 4.774, 298.47; Kalitta, 4.636, 302.48 def. Bernstein, 10.891, 80.00. FINAL -- Kalitta, 4.614, 313.58 def. Schumacher,

FUNNY CAR:

ROUND ONE -- Ron Capps, Carlsbad, Calif., Chevrolet Camaro, 4.899, 300.86 def. Al Hofmann, Umatilla, Fla., Pontiac Firebird, 9.479, 84.85; Kenny Sayers, Houston, Chevrolet Corvette, 5.074, 306.33 def. Whit Bazemore, Indianapolis, Camaro, 5.129, 286.80; John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Ford Mustang, 4.970, 286.50 def. Bob Gilbertson, Gastonia, N.C., Firebird, 12.900, 74.53; Tony Pedregon, Chino Hills, Calif., Mustang, 4.893, 310.63 def. Frank Pedregon, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Firebird, 5.029, 299.46; Del Worsham, Laguna Hills, Calif., Firebird, 4.935, 309.20 def. Jim Epler, Phoenix, Firebird, 5.097, 261.83; Jerry Toliver, Huntington Beach, Calif., Camaro, 4.951, 309.63 def. Dean Skuza, Brecksville, Ohio, Dodge Avenger, 5.015, 299.66; Todd Paton, Paris, Ont., Firebird, 4.914, 312.50 def. Tim Wilkerson, Springfield, Ill., Firebird, 8.098, 107.33; Scotty Cannon, Lyman, S.C., Camaro, 5.012, 288.39 def. Gary Densham, Bellflower, Calif., Firebird, 5.979, 157.41. QUARTERFINALS -- Capps, 4.838, 307.02 def. Worsham, 7.647, 109.19; Paton, 4.922, 309.56 def. Sayers, 15.975, 70.76; Toliver, 4.888, 310.05 def. T. Pedregon, 5.047, 260.26; Cannon, 5.040, 296.70 def. Force, 5.525, 185.92. SEMIFINALS -- Capps, 4.986, 253.52 def. Cannon, 20.356, 48.44; Toliver, 4.915, 307.72 def. Paton, 9.345, 89.82. FINAL -- Toliver, 5.071, 296.50 def. Capps, 6.185, 155.76.

PRO STOCK:

ROUND ONE -- Jim Yates, Alexandria, Va., Pontiac Firebird, 6.947, 196.39 def. Steve Schmidt, Indianapolis, Firebird, 7.534, 139.92; Richie Stevens, New Orleans, Firebird, 6.938, 197.54 def. Tom Martino, Farmingdale, N.J., Firebird, 6.920, 197.83; Bruce Allen, Arlington, Texas, Firebird, 6.951, 196.99 def. Tony Gillig, Lake Zurich, Ill., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 6.957, 196.70; Ron Krisher, Warren, Ohio, Firebird, 6.923, 198.03 def. Robert Patrick, Fredricksburg, Va., Ford Probe, 6.944, 198.61; Troy Coughlin, Columbus, Ohio, Cutlass, 6.944, 197.71 def. Larry Morgan, Newark, Ohio, Dodge Avenger, 6.933, 199.26; Warren Johnson, Buford, Ga., Firebird, 6.879, 199.67 def. George Marnell, Las Vegas, Firebird, 6.939, 197.39; Jeg Coughlin, Columbus, Ohio, Cutlass, 6.881, 198.67 def. Darrell Alderman, Morehead, Ky., Avenger, 6.942, 197.83; Kurt Johnson, Lawrenceville, Ga., Chevy Camaro, 6.910, 198.90 def. Mark Pawuk, Akron, Ohio, Firebird, 6.902, 198.29. QUARTERFINALS -- T. Coughlin, 6.947, 197.42 def. Allen, 7.296, 153.86; Krisher, 6.928, 198.64 def. K. Johnson, 7.349, 159.95; Stevens, 6.940, 197.16 def. J. Coughlin, 6.943, 198.64; W. Johnson, 6.935, 197.80 def. Yates, 6.942, 197.94. SEMIFINALS -- T. Coughlin, 6.906, 197.94 def. Stevens, 6.937, 197.02; W. Johnson, 6.927, 199.52 def. Krisher, 6.919, 198.52. FINAL -- W. Johnson, 6.900, 199.35 def. T. Coughlin, 8.865, 106.59.

PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:

ROUND ONE -- Antron Brown, Indianapolis, Suzuki, 7.350, 176.77 def. Blaine Hale, Midland, Texas, Kawasaki, 7.425, 176.65; Shawn Gann, Stoneville, N.C., Suzuki, 7.457, 182.95 def. Geno Scali, Palatine, Ill., Honda, 7.522, 178.02; Fred Collis, Americus, Ga., Honda, 7.373, 182.60 def. Brian Ayers, Greenville, N.C., Suzuki, 7.491, 173.09; Matt Hines, Trinidad, Colo., Suzuki, 7.486, 167.82 def. Chris Reuter, Gretna, Neb., Suzuki, 7.536, 173.38; Angelle Seeling, Matthews, La., Suzuki, 7.319, 181.25 def. Ron Ayers, Greenville, N.C., Suzuki, 7.511, 177.07; Craig Treble, Chandler, Ariz., Suzuki, 7.411, 177.39 def. Steve Johnson, Birmingham, Ala., Suzuki, 7.472, 176.63; David Schultz, Fort Myers, Fla., Suzuki, 7.334, 181.01 def. Brian DeLong, Circleville, Ohio, Suzuki, 7.614, 175.91; Tony Mullen, Bradenton, Fla., Suzuki, 7.351, 180.28 def. Reggie Showers, Philadelphia, Honda, broke. QUARTERFINALS -- Hines, 7.401, 174.46 def. Gann, 7.482, 182.67; Mullen, 7.318, 178.64 def. Brown, 7.315, 184.72; Schultz, 7.313, 182.53 def. Collis, 7.436, 175.91; Seeling, 7.375, 184.88 def. Treble, 11.053, 72.25. SEMIFINALS -- Mullen, 7.332, 179.92 def. Seeling, 7.390, 174.44; Schultz, 7.324, 182.85 def. Hines, 7.356, 175.84. FINAL -- Schultz, 7.285, 182.87 def. Mullen, 7.340, 177.88.

PRO STOCK TRUCK:

ROUND ONE -- Brian Self, Houston, Chevy S-10, 7.577, 176.19 def. Taylor Lastor, Austin, Texas, S-10, 7.584, 177.21; David Spitzer, Indianapolis, GMC Sonoma, 7.552, 177.04 def. John Lingenfelter, Decatur, Ind., Sonoma, 12.911, 64.98; Greg Stanfield, Bossier City, La., S-10, 7.571, 177.28 def. Scott Perin, Pen Argyl, Pa., S-10, 7.567, 176.30; Jeff Gracia, Ontario, Calif., S-10, 7.616, 176.74 def. Larry Seay, Mayfield, Ky., S-10, 10.745, 81.88; Bob Panella Jr, Stockton, Calif., S-10, 7.615, 171.31 def. Don Smith, Keller, Texas, S-10, 12.719, 66.89; Rick Jones, Galesburg, Ill., Sonoma, 7.570, 176.93 def. Rob Slavinski, Wallingford, Conn., S-10, 7.630, 177.49; Randy Daniels, Grantsboro, N.C., S-10, 7.527, 178.21 def. Tim Freeman, Roan Mountain, Tenn., S-10, 7.648, 175.07; Brad Jeter, Greenville, S.C., S-10, 7.584, 176.51 def. John Coughlin, Columbus, Ohio, Chevrolet S-10, 7.587, 177.65. QUARTERFINALS -- Stanfield, 7.619, 176.49 def. Jeter, 7.584, 177.04; Gracia, 7.603, 175.39 def. Jones, 7.606, 173.54; Spitzer, 7.582, 176.49 def. Panella Jr, 7.821, 144.50; Daniels, 7.522, 177.98 def. Self, 12.953, 65.41. SEMIFINALS -- Stanfield, 7.575, 177.67 def. Spitzer, broke; Daniels, 7.517, 178.26 def. Gracia, 7.598, 176.79. FINAL -- Daniels, 7.517, 178.21 def. Stanfield, 7.779, 148.35.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Point standings (top 10) for NHRA professional categories following the 31st annual Mac Tools at Gainesville Raceway. The $1.9 million race is the third of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series.

TOP FUEL: 1. Tony Schumacher, 304; 2. Gary Scelzi, 273; 3. Larry Dixon, 206; 4. Joe Amato, 190; 5. Kenny Bernstein, 183; 6. Doug Kalitta, 171; 7. Bob Vandergriff Jr., 123; 8. Doug Herbert, 120; 9. Cory McClenathan, 118; 10. Don Lampus, 114.

FUNNY CAR: 1. Jerry Toliver, 307; 2. John Force, 233; 3. Ron Capps, 217; 4. Tony Pedregon, 214; 5. Del Worsham, 158; 6. (tie) Scotty Cannon, 135; Gary Densham, 135; 8. Whit Bazemore, 122; 9. Jim Epler, 120; 10. Al Hofmann, 116.

PRO STOCK: 1. Jeg Coughlin Jr., 290; 2. Warren Johnson, 264; 3. Ron Krisher, 180; 4. Troy Coughlin, 163; 5. Mark Pawuk, 162; 6. Richie Stevens, 156; 7. Jim Yates, 147; 8. Kurt Johnson, 143; 9. Bruce Allen, 142; 10. Tom Martino, 140. PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE: 1.David Schultz, 116; 2. Tony Mullen, 98; 3. Matt Hines, 77; 4. Angelle Seeling, 75; 5. (tie) Craig Treble, 54; Fred Collis, 54; 7. Antron Brown, 53; 8. Shawn Gann, 52; 9. Geno Scali, 33; 10. Blaine Hale, 32.

PRO STOCK TRUCK: 1. Greg Stanfield, 189; 2. Bob Panella, 194; 3. Randy Daniels, 128; 4. Jeff Gracia, 124; 5. (tie) Rick Jones, 107; John Coughlin, 107; 7. David Spitzer, 106; 8. Brad Jeter, 90; 9. Steve Johns, 88; 10. John Lingenfelter, 86.

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Drivers Paul Romine , Bob Newberry , Doug Herbert , Bruce Litton , Antron Brown , Frank Pedregon , Tony Gillig , Matt Hines , Jeg Coughlin , Troy Coughlin , Bob Panella , Robert Patrick , Larry Dixon , Darrell Alderman , Kenny Bernstein , Brad Jeter , Mark Pawuk , Kurt Johnson , Warren Johnson , Bob Gilbertson , Jim Epler , Tony Pedregon , Al Hofmann , Dean Skuza , Del Worsham , Whit Bazemore , Ron Capps , John Force , Rhonda Hartman-Smith , Tony Schumacher , Joe Amato , Gary Scelzi , Doug Kalitta , Ron Krisher , Larry Morgan , Reggie Showers , Ron Ayers , Shawn Gann , Jeff Gracia , Randy Daniels , Blaine Hale , John Lingenfelter , David Grubnic , Gary Densham , Scotty Cannon , Todd Paton , Craig Treble , Cory McClenathan , Frank Manzo , Greg Stanfield , Bruce Allen , Geno Scali , Tom Martino , Tim Wilkerson , Tim Freeman , George Marnell , Don Lampus , Chris Reuter , Fred Collis , Steve Schmidt , Brian Self , Jerry Toliver , Bob Vandergriff , Steve Johnson , Steve J , Mike Smit
Teams Williams