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KINSER WINS SILVER CUP III, PAYS TRIBUTE TO MARTIN By Richard Day SARVER, PA (August 2) - Steve Kinser has won 11 World of Outlaws "A" Features at Lernerville Speedway in his career, but none of...

KINSER WINS SILVER CUP III, PAYS TRIBUTE TO MARTIN By Richard Day SARVER, PA (August 2) - Steve Kinser has won 11 World of Outlaws "A" Features at Lernerville Speedway in his career, but none of the previous 10 compare to the one he recorded Tuesday night in Silver Cup III sponsored by Coors Light. "Don Martin built this race track into one of the finest in the country," Kinser said of the former Promoter of the Year who passed away last November 18th. "Everybody loves to come here and race. I'm really happy to win this one." Kinser won the Don Martin Memorial event impressively, leading all 40 laps from the pole position to claim the $27,000 first prize. As the fifth- fastest qualifier in the 38-car field, he received the luxury of starting the Vivarin Dash on the pole when Bobby Allen failed to qualify for the main event in the Second Snap-on Tools Heat Race and Ecowater Fast-Time Award winner Mark Kinser picked the #4 inversion pill. "The King of the Outlaws" won the Vivarin Dash for the right to start the 40-lap championship feature on the pole. The main event got off to an inauspicious start, however, when Mark Kinser and Andy Hillenburg collided on the front straightaway. Mark's #5M Maxim spun and bounced off the retaining fence, setting off a 12-car melee. Max Dumesny won the "B" Feature to earn one of the final four starting positions in the championship feature. But his debut in the #77 MAC Tools J&J ended prematurely due to his involvement in the crash. He joined Mark, Sid Blandford, Lance Dewease and Ed Lynch, Jr., as pitside spectators for the remainder of the event. The race resumed with Dave Blaney lining up four rows closer to the front of the field than on the original start. Kinser drove the #11 Valvoline Maxim into the lead immediately after the green flag fell, while Sammy Swindell passed Hillenburg and Kenny Jacobs raced by "The Buckeye Bullet" for fourth place. Blaney returned the favor high in turn four three laps later. "The King of the Outlaws" opened an eight-car-length advantage within two laps, and was 10 car-lengths ahead of the field when he entered lapped traffic five laps later. He padded his cushion to a full straightaway by lap 10. Kinser's lead disintegrated during the 13th lap when Rod George stopped on the back stretch. When the green flag replaced the yellow, Swindell quickly drove the #1 Bull & Hannah's Jenkins around Steve Beitler, who restarted between the leaders, and started pressuring Kinser for first place. While Swindell managed to catch Kinser in the corners, Steve out- dragged him down the straightaways as they waged an 11-lap battle for the lead. They caught the backmarkers again midway through the race. Hillenburg narrowed the gap in traffic and made it a three-car battle for the lead three laps later. A pair of sensational moves in heavy lapped traffic enabled "The King of the Outlaws" to extend his advantage to 12 car-lengths during the next four laps. He threaded the #11 between Beitler and Bob Felmlee early in lap 24, and took the high road around a group of backmarkers between the first and second corners two laps later. Swindell raced away from Hillenburg as Blaney caught Andy early in the 27th lap. Hillenburg narrowed the gap as Sammy hesitated behind Felmlee the next time around, and passed him for the runner-up spot deep in turn three with 12 laps remaining. Kinser was a full straightaway ahead of the field when Jacobs stopped the #71M Ecowater Systems Stealth on the back straightaway with a blown engine late in the 32nd lap. Three backmarkers restarting between the leaders enabled Kinser to run away from Hillenburg when the race resumed. Andy was steering his #2 STP J&J through turn three when Kinser took the checkered flag. Seven of the 15 sprinters running at the end of the race finished on the lead lap. "My biggest concern was running out of tear-offs," Steve said following the rain-delayed event. "I had to duck my head and put my hands over my face shield because the cars were throwing up so much mud on the straightaways." Blaney caught Swindell with six laps remaining, and passed him for third place in high in the fourth corner late in lap 38. Rounding out the top 10 in the championship feature were 22nd-starting Fred Rahmer, Bobby Davis, Jr., Allen, Danny Lasoski, Kevin Huntley and Felmlee. WoO 1994 WORLD OF OUTLAWS/COPENHAGEN-SKOAL SHOOTOUT Coors Light Silver Cup III, Lernerville Speedway, Sarver, PA Tuesday, August 2, Feature Program #46 Qualifications: 1. Mark Kinser, Kinser 5M, 13.825; 2. Bobby Allen, Walker 1a, 13.934; 3. Sammy Swindell, Gilliam 1, 14.006; 4. Andy Hillenburg, Hillenburg 2, 14.008; 5. Steve Kinser, Kinser 11, 14.020; 6. Kenny Jacobs, Motter 71M, 14.067; 7. Jeff Swindell, Two Winners 7TW, 14.127; 8. Jac Haudenschild, Elden 22, 14.138; 9. Ed Lynch, Jr., Lynch 2L, 14.168; 10. Steve Beitler, Beitler 21, 14.170; 11. Lance Dewease, Dyer 461, 14.196; 12. Danny Lasoski, Sonner 47, 14.196; 13. Dave Blaney, Luna 10, 14.200; 14. Bobby Davis, Jr., Davis 4, 14.208; 15. Kevin Huntley, Wahle 1H, 14.218; 16. Greg Hodnett, Two Winners 8TW, 14.399; 17. Keith Kauffman, Weikert 29, 14.409; 18. Bob Felmlee, Felmlee 6, 14.441; 19. Joe Gaerte, Two Winners 9TW, 14.444; 20. Sid Blandford, Blandford 31, 14.461; 21. Max Dumesny, Hamilton 77, 14.474; 22. Tim Shaffer, Shaffer 45, 14.585; 23. Fred Rahmer, Apple 12, 14.633; 24. Bill Jones, Jones 12J, 14.672; 25. Rod George, Shoup 21G, 14.717; 26. Mark Cassella, Guzzo 77C, 14.742; 27. Mark Goodfleisch, Woody 47G, 14.996; 28. Danny Smith, Boudkins 00, 15.034; 29. Todd Gracey, Cooper 25, 15.040; 30. Jimmy Hawley, Mihalcak/Schulr 61, 15.079; 31. Jerry Matus, Dionise 15, 15.272; 32. Chris Pochiro, Pochiro 24, 15.394; 33. Paul Long, Long 401, 15.620; 34. Jerry Frew, Frew 4F, 15.697; 35. Steve Pedley, Pedley 210, 15.874; 36. Brent Matus, Matus 33, 16.004; 37. William Kiley, Kiley 4K, 16.852; 38. Brian Rivers, Rivers 3L, 21.271. First Snap-on Tools Heat Race (eight laps): 1. Keith Kauffman, 2. Ed Lynch, Jr., 3. Mark Kinser, 4. Steve Kinser, 5. Dave Blaney, 6. Max Dumesny, 7. Rod George, 8. Paul Long, 9. William Kiley, 10. Todd Gracey. (first five qualified for the "A" Feature) Second Snap-on Tools Heat Race (eight laps): 1. Bob Felmlee, 2. Tim Shaffer, 3. Bobby Davis, Jr., 4. Steve Beitler, 5. Kenny Jacobs, 6. Bobby Allen, 7. Jimmy Hawley, 8. Mark Cassella, 9. Jerry Frew, 10. Brian Rivers. (first five qualified for the "A" Feature) Third Snap-on Tools Heat Race (eight laps): 1. Joe Gaerte, 2. Fred Rahmer, 3. Sammy Swindell, 4. Lance Dewease, 5. Kevin Huntley, 6. Jeff Swindell, 7. Mark Goodfleisch, 8. Jerry Matus, 9. Steve Pedley. (first five qualified for the "A" Feature) Fourth Snap-on Tools Heat Race (eight laps): 1. Greg Hodnett, 2. Jac Haudenschild, 3. Andy Hillenburg, 4. Danny Lasoski, 5. Danny Smith, 6. Sid Blandford, 7. Brent Matus, 8. Chris Pochiro, 9. Bill Jones. (first five qualified for the "A" Feature) Vivarin Dash (five laps): 1. Steve Kinser, 2. Andy Hillenburg, 3. Sammy Swindell, 4. Mark Kinser, 5. Kenny Jacobs, 6. Ed Lynch, Jr., 7. Steve Beitler, 8. Jac Haudenschild. (finish determined the first eight starting positions in the "A" Feature) B Feature (12 laps): 1. Max Dumesny, 2. Bobby Allen, 3. Sid Blandford, 4. Rod George, 5. Jeff Swindell ($260); 6. Jimmy Hawley ($235); 7. Todd Gracey ($185); 8. Mark Cassella ($135); 9. Mark Goodfleisch ($110); 10. Paul Long ($90); 11. Jerry Matus ($70); 12. Steve Pedley ($60); 13. Jerry Frew ($60); 14. William Kiley ($60); 15. Brent Matus ($60); 16. Chris Pochiro ($60); 17. Brian Rivers ($60); 18. Bill Jones ($60). (first four qualified for the "A" Feature) A Feature (40 laps): 1. Steve Kinser ($27,010); 2. Andy Hillenburg ($10,010); 3. Dave Blaney ($5,210); 4. Sammy Swindell ($3,510); 5. Fred Rahmer ($3,010); 6. Bobby Davis, Jr. ($2,210); 7. Bobby Allen ($2,130); 8. Danny Lasoski ($2,010); 9. Kevin Huntley ($1,710); 10. Bob Felmlee ($1,510); 11. Danny Smith ($1,310); 12. Greg Hodnett ($1,210); 13. Steve Beitler ($1,110); 14. Keith Kauffman ($1,010); 15. Joe Gaerte ($910); 16. Kenny Jacobs ($860); 17. Rod George ($830); 18. Tim Shaffer ($760); 19. Jac Haudenschild ($710); 20. Mark Kinser ($710); 21. Ed Lynch, Jr. ($710); 22. Lance Dewease ($710); 23. Sid Blandford ($730); 24. Max Dumesny ($730). Lap leader: Steve Kinser 1-40 Ecowater Fast-Time Award winner: Mark Kinser WoO*eot

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Series World of Outlaws
Drivers Andy Hillenburg , Tim Shaffer , Mark Kinser , Danny Lasoski , Steve Kinser , Sammy Swindell , Kenny Jacobs , Dave Blaney , Jac Haudenschild , Jeff Swindell