Kinser Wins 16th Season Feature at Ionia Raceway Park Lake Odessa, MI September 27, 2004 Steve Kinser scored his 16th World of Outlaws A-feature win of the season Monday night, leading all 30 laps at Ionia Raceway Park. All 16 of Kinser's ...
Kinser Wins 16th Season Feature at Ionia Raceway Park
Lake Odessa, MI September 27, 2004 Steve Kinser scored his 16th World of Outlaws A-feature win of the season Monday night, leading all 30 laps at Ionia Raceway Park. All 16 of Kinser's season wins have been at different speedways.
Wayne Johnson lost a driveline on his second qualifying lap
Wayne Johnson was leading the first heat race when he had electrical problems. Johnson pitted for repairs and restarted at the back of the field.
Jason Solwold lost an engine during his heat race.
Daryn Pittman had just passed Phil Gressman for the final transfer position in the B-main when Louie Carufel's right rear tire went down on the front stretch. Pittman and Gressman were collected, as was Barry Ruble. Only Carufel was able to restart.
Lap 1--Steve Kinser and Tim Kaeding raced side by side out of turn 4, with Kinser getting the lead on the low side in turn 2
Lap 4--Danny Lasoski passed Greg Wilson for 4th low exiting turn 4
Lap 8--Craig Dollansky went to the top in 3&4, taking 9th from Jason Sides
Lap 9--Jason Sides got back by Craig Dollansky low in 1&2
Lap 10--Traffic. Steve Kinser's lead 11 car lengths over Tim Kaeding
Lap 11--Chad Kemenah took 10th from Craig Dollansky low in3&4
Lap 12--Caution for Jon Agan, who stopped in turn 4. Agan was unable to continue
Lap 13--Brooke Tatnell passed Craig Dollansky for 11th low exiting turn 4
Lap 14--Donny Schatz got by Greg Wilson for 5th low in 1&2
Lap 15--Tim Shaffer passed Tim Kaeding. For 2nd low in 3&4
Lap 22--Top 7 nose to tail
Lap 28--Danny Lasoski got by Tim Kaeding for 3rd low exiting turn 2
Lap 30--Steve Kinser won by a car length
Quotes Steve Kinser
"I was trying to take it easy and not burn up my right rear tire, and maybe was taking it a little too easy. We gambled on a little bit softer tire, but we figured everyone else pretty much tried that, too. You just had to be able to read the track tonight--it went from the bottom to the top and then back to the bottom when the rubber started coming in. Everyone's raced here a few times before, so there's no real advantage when you first pull in. "