<pre> 48 Cars on Hand FAST QUALIFERS (Top 10) 1. Cory Kruseman - 16.730 2. Rip Williams - 16.838 3. Mike Kirby - 16.871 4. Danny Sheridan - 16.965 5. Richard Griffin - 16.971 6. Rickie Gaunt - 16.975 7. Verne Sweeney - 17.005 8.
48 Cars on Hand
FAST QUALIFERS (Top 10) 1. Cory Kruseman - 16.730 2. Rip Williams - 16.838 3. Mike Kirby - 16.871 4. Danny Sheridan - 16.965 5. Richard Griffin - 16.971 6. Rickie Gaunt - 16.975 7. Verne Sweeney - 17.005 8. Tony Jones - 17.077 9. Jarrett Chaney - 17.125 10. Rick Becker - 17.183
C MAIN (with starting positions) - 2:26.68 1. Kevin White (1st) 2. Jeff Schildmeyer (4th) 3. Steve Ostling (9th) 4. George Gervais (3rd) 5. Chris Rahe (2nd) 6. Mel Murphy (6th) 7. Dan Hillberg (5th) 8. Dan Tedrick (11th) 9. Jimmy Gardner (10th) 10. Mark Nation (8th) 11. Glenn Crossno (7th) 12. Danny Miller (12th) 13. Cal Smith - DNS - (Scheduled to start 12th)
HEAT RACE 1 (with starting positions) - 2:57.14 1. Cory Kruseman (8th) 2. Rodney Argo (2nd) 3. Richard Griffin (7th) 4. Michael Hinrichsen (4th) 5. Troy Rutherford (5th) 6. Charlie Ekiss (3rd) 7. Jarrett Chaney (6th) 8. Kevin White (9th) 9. Alex Grigoreas (1st)
HEAT RACE 2 (with starting positions) - 2:59.41 1. Hank Winter (2nd) 2. Jack DeArmond Jr. (1st) 3. Rip Williams (8th) 4. Charles Davis Jr. (4th) 5. Rick Becker (6th) 6. Rickie Gaunt (7th) 7. Bobby Graham (5th) 8. Tom Downing (3rd) 9. Jeff Schildmeyer (9th)
HEAT RACE 3 (with starting positions) - No Time 1. Lance Gremett (2nd) 2. Mike English (6th) 3. Steve Ostling (9th) 4. John Scott (5th) 5. Mike Kirby (8th) 6. Gary W. Howard (4th) 7. Mike Spencer (3rd) 8. Verne Sweeney (7th) 9. Steve Venard (1st)
HEAT RACE 4 (with starting positions) - 3:02.42 1. Danny Sheridan (8th) 2. Keith Williamson (1st) 3. Tony Jones (7th) 4. Greg DeCaires (4th) 5. Marc Hart (3rd) 6. Jordan Hermansader (5th) 7. Ronnie Clark (6th) 8. George Gervais (9th) 9. Tony Everhart (2nd) - DNF
PASSING MASTERS DASH (with starting positions) - 1:46.01 1. Tony Jones (2nd) 2. Richard Griffin (3rd) 3. Danny Sheridan (4th) 4. Cory Kruseman (6th) 5. Rip Williams (5th) 6. Mike English (1st) 7. John Scott (7th) 8. Michael Hinrichsen (8th)
B MAIN (with starting positions) - No Time 1. Rickie Gaunt (2nd) 2. Jarrett Chaney (4th) 3. Mike Kirby (1st) 4. Verne Sweeney (3rd) 5. Troy Rutherford (7th) 6. Marc Hart (14th) 7. Tom Downing (12th) 8. Jordan Hermansader (9th) 9. Ronnie Clark (6th) 10. Jeff Schildmeyer (20th) 11. Gary W. Howard (10th) 12. George Gervais (19th) 13. Mike Spencer (13th) 14. Tony Everhart (15th) 15. Kevin White (18th) 16. Bobby Graham (8th) - DNF 17. Rick Becker (6th) - DNF 18. Alex Grigoreas (16th) - DNF 19. Charlie Ekiss (11th) - DNF 20. Steve Venard (17th) - DNF
A MAIN (with starting positions) - No Time 1. Cory Kruseman (4th) 2. Richard Griffin (2nd) 3. Rip Williams (5th) 4. Danny Sheridan (3rd) 5. Tony Jones (1st) 6. Mike English (6th) 7. John Scott (7th) 8. Mike Kirby (9th) 9. Rickie Gaunt (10th) 10. Steve Ostling (20th) 11. Jarrett Chaney (12th) 12. Troy Rutherford (13th) 13. Michael Hinrichsen (8th) 14. Greg DeCaires (15th) 15. Charlie Davis Jr. (14th) 16. Rodney Argo (17th) 17. Lance Gremett (19th) 18. Keith Williamson (21st) 19. Jack DeArmond Jr. (22nd) 20. Verne Sweeney (11th) DNF 21. Hank Winter (18th) DNF 22. March Hart (16th) DNF
Large, loud, enthusiastic crowd was treated to a great night of racing at The PAS. Only flip of the night was in qualifying when Adam Mitchell flipped hard into the turn one catch fence. Mitchell was uninjured, but his car suffered lots of damage to the bolt on parts.
Only four yellow flags (1 in the heats, 2 in the "B" Main and 1 in the "A" Main) on a great track that stayed tacky all night long.
Ostling had a problem in qualifying and went from ninth to third in the "C" Main. He started ninth in his heat and again went to third. In the "A" main he started 20th and finished tenth.
Great main event with Griffin, Kruseman, Williams and Sheridan running nose to tail in the top four spots over much of the second half of the race. They did this while running through the early lapped traffic and again after a restart due to a yellow when Hank Winter lost his brakes. Kruseman and Griffin at times both stretched out leads that seemed unbeatable, but each time, they were reeled back in.
Griffin led the first lap of the main while Kruseman led laps two thru nine. Griffin took the lead back on lap ten and maintained that spot until Kruseman got inside of him and took the lead exiting turn four on the 29th lap. Griffin tried to get back inside Kruseman in turn one on the last lap, but it was not to be and Kruseman won his ninth main of the season.
- Scott Daloisio