ALLSTAR: K-C Raceway Results 1999-06-19

All Star Sprint Race Results - K-C Raceway - Sat. 6/19/99 By Scott Hall ALMA, OH - Byron Reed started on the front row and held off a hard charging Chad Kemenah to win the All Star sprint 40-lap feature on "The Night The Stars Come...

All Star Sprint Race Results - K-C Raceway - Sat. 6/19/99 By Scott Hall

ALMA, OH - Byron Reed started on the front row and held off a hard charging Chad Kemenah to win the All Star sprint 40-lap feature on "The Night The Stars Come Out" Saturday at K-C Raceway. The win paid Reed $7,000 for his second career All Star win aboard the B&S Racing Kistler-Chevrolet powered Maxim in which he led 39 laps. "This year we really stepped up our program and started winning some races," Reed recalled. "We had a bad couple nights the last few races but this makes up for it. I have to give a lot of credit to my helper Brandon, my dad Sam, they’re always pushing me to do better. And I want to thank my mom, and my wife Kelly for putting up with all of this." Kemenah started Jim Harble’s J&J on the ButlerBuilt Motorsports Equipment Hot Seat pole position with Reed alongside. Reed rode the high grove into the lead, with Kemenah second and Butch Schroeder third. Kenny and Dean Jacobs hooked up in a brotherly battle for fourth, with Kenny prevailing for that spot on lap six. After a quick yellow for a stalled Brian Ellenberger, Reed led again when the green was dropped, with Kenny passing Schroeder for third with a low move through turns three and four. Reed pulled away from Kemenah a bit, but Kemenah kept close, and reeled in the leader, actually making a pass for the lead with and inside move on lap 15 to lead at the flagstand, but Reed got him back in turns one and two. It was a nose to tail battle among the leaders, with Kenny sitting in third, waiting to make a move if either one of them slipped up. On lap 18 they were side by side, but Reed was still on top. When the leaders entered lapped traffic on lap 26, Reed began to pull away from Kemenah, who was just ahead of Kenny, Schroeder, Dean and Mark Keegan. Keegan did a 360 degree spin on lap 28, losing four spots when he got his machine pointed the right way. By lap 32, tires were beginning to burn off due to the abrasive surface, and Greg Wilson dropped from eighth with a flat. Then on lap 35, Dean fell from fifth with a flat, and lap 38 saw Schroeder and Boston Reid both stop to change their flats. This set up a two lap dash to the end, in which Reed held off Kemenah and Kenny with all three having mostly bald tires. "I would have liked to seen it go non-stop" runner-up Kemenah revealed. "But we’ll take a second. It was just a good race. There was only one place to be, and that was right in the rubber," he added, referring to the lower and middle grooves of the 3/8 mile. Following Jacobs was Jim Nier, who passed Danny Smith near the end and was challenging Jacobs when the checkered fell. Smith was fifth, with Rodney Duncan sixth and Keegan was seventh, earning the "Team Simpson Racing Lucky Seven" award. Jimmy Stinson, Joe Gaerte and Randy Kinser completed the top ten. The United Expressline heat fell to Kelly Kinser, the Southwest Expressline heat to Jerrod Hull, the Southwest Glass heat was won by Jim Nier and the United Specialties heat went to Alvin Roepke. K. Jacobs won the Commercial Truck & Trailer Dash with Byron Reed the United Expressline B Main winner. Keith Crabtree won the Georgia Marketing & Promotions C Main and Rocky Hodges was the fast qualifier, worth $500 from Chillicothe Fireworks but he failed to qualify for the feature. It was also TW Metals bonus night, with TW Metals paying out $450 in bonuses in $75 increments to various finishers in the A and B Mains. Steve Shaver won the 40-lap STARS late model main after Donnie Moran, who led the first 39 laps, stopped on the track with electrical problems. Chub Frank was second and Mike Balzano third. Time Trials: 1. Rocky Hodges, Holbrook 88, 12.255; 2. Butch Schroeder, Schroeder 17, 12.364; 3. Kenny Jacobs, Jacobs 6, 12.399; 4. Dean Jacobs, Holbrook 8, 12.516; 5. Greg Wilson, Hampshire 63, 12.660; 6. Byron Reed, B&S 5, 12.755; 7. Chad Kemenah, Harble 15, 12.778; 8. Mark Keegan, Steinbrick 92, 12.810; 9. Jason Dukes, Dukes 3, 12.853; 10. Danny Smith, Ashworth 92, 12.866; 11. Jimmy Stinson, Stinson 84, 12.944; 12. Jonathan Stevens, Stevens 4J, 12.978; 13. Randy Kinser, Kinser 14, 13.008; 14. Joe Gaerte, Johnson U2, 13.020; 15. Jim Nier, Nier 00, 13.064; 16. Boston Reid, Keppel 9, 13.068; 17. Dave Freed, Freed 8F, 13.088; 18. Rodney Duncan, Harrison 22, 13.162; 19. Brian Ellenberger, Ellenberger 20, 13.203; 20. John Wisbon, Burmeister 16, 13.233; 21. Charlie Fisher, Andrews 72, 13.277; 22. Jerrod Hull, Webb 51, 13.289; 23. James Fisher, Fisher 48, 13.295; 24. Alvin Roepke, R&F 99, 13.331; 25. Mike Bowling, Jarrell 22, 13.349; 26. Keith Baxter, Baxter 1, 13.353; 27. Roger Mossbarger, Mossbarger 95, 13.356; 28. Phil Gressman, Brown 99, 13.404; 29. Kelly Kinser, Kinser 4K, 13.404; 30. Eddie Slone, Slone 4x, 13.454; 31. Nick Naber, G&N 6, 13.473; 32. Craig McGuire, McGuire 4, 13.489; 33. Hud Horton, Horton 80, 13.526; 34. Brian Carlson, SC Motorsports 18, 13.551; 35. Tony Broughton, Pullins 22, 13.554; 36. Ed Neumeister, Neumeister 11n, 13.557; 37. Keith Crabtree, Baker 51, 13.591; 38. Chuck Waddell, Waddell 22, 13.737; 39. Jim Damon, Damon 50x, 13.905; 40. Paul May, May 71m, 14.032; 41. Brenda Buster, Buster 31, 14.125; 42. Steve Jenkins, Jenkins 21J, 14.170; 43. Ron Marks, Marks 4M, 14.193; 44. Dave Dickson, Abbott 7a, 14.534; 45. Chris Fraley, Fraley 3F, NT. United Expressline Heat (8 laps): 1. K. Kinser 2. C. Fisher 3. Dukes 4. Wilson 5. R. Kinser 6. Hodges 7. Freed 8. Horton 9. Bowling 10. Crabtree 11. Buster 12. Fraley (DNS). Southwest Expressline Heat (8 laps): 1. Hull 2. Duncan 3. Smith 4. Gaerte 5. Schroeder 6. Reed 7. Slone 8. Carlson 9. Baxter 10. Waddell 11. Jenkins. Southwest Glass Heat (8 laps): 1. Nier 2. Stinson 3. J. Fisher 4. Kemenah 5. K. Jacobs 6. Ellenberger 7. Naber 8. Mossbarger 9. Marks 10. Broughton 11. Damon. United Specialties Heat (8 laps): 1. Roepke 2. Keegan 3. Reid 4. Gressman 5. D. Jacobs 6. Wisbon 7. Stevens 8. May 9. McGuire 10. Neumeister 11. Dickson. Commercial Truck & Trailer Dash: (4 laps): 1. K. Jacobs 2. D. Jacobs 3. Schroeder 4. Wilson 5. Keegan 6. Kemenah. Georgia Marketing & Promotions C Main (6 laps): 1. Crabtree 2. May 3. Dickson 4. Waddell 5. Damon 6. Jenkins. United Expressline B Main (12 laps): 1. Reed 2. Ellenberger 3. Wisbon 4. Stevens 5. Hodges 6. Freed 7. Bowling 8. McGuire 9. Mossbarger 10. Slone 11. Carlson 12. Horton 13. Broughton 14. Naber 15. Neumeister 16. Crabtree 17. Baxter 18. May 19. Dickson 20. Waddell. A Main (40 laps): 1. Byron Reed 2. Chad Kemenah 3. Kenny Jacobs 4. Jim Nier 5. Danny Smith 6. Rodney Duncan 7. Mark Keegan 8. Jimmy Stinson 9. Joe Gaerte 10. Randy Kinser 11. Jason Dukes 12. Dean Jacobs 13. Greg Wilson 14. John Wisbon 15. Butch Schroeder 16. Jerrod Hull 17. Boston Reid 18. James Fisher 19. Al Roepke 20. Jonathan Stevens 21. Phil Gressman 22. Charlie Fisher 23. Kelly Kinser 24. Brian Ellenberger. All Star Points: 1. Kenny Jacobs 1805, 2. Dean Jacobs 1737, 3. Jerrod Hull 1499, 4. Rodney Duncan 1485, 5. Greg Wilson 1389, 6. Danny Smith 1332, 7. Brian Ellenberger 1320; 8. Brian Carlson 1156, 9. Byron Reed 1073, 10. Jim Damon 871. - www.allstarsprint.com -

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Series Sprint
Drivers Donnie Moran , Kenny Jacobs , Brian Carlson , Dean Jacobs , Boston Reid , Greg Wil , Chad Kemenah