Haudenschild Hustles to Win on Opening Night of Oil City Cup at Castrol Raceway

 For many drivers, having to change an engine prior to an Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series A-Feature event would be means for concern, especially if they were scheduled to start on the pole position of the main event, but not for Jac Haudenschild.

The veteran driver has one of the hardest working teams in the pit area led by crew chief Leonard Lee, and after winning the Crane Cams Dash to earn the top starting spot for the main event on Friday night in the second annual Oil City Cup Presented by Boston Pizza at Castrol Raceway, Haudenschild and his team were forced to change engines after losing a cylinder.

 Armed with a new bullet under the hood, Haudenschild proceeded to lead all 35 laps to pick up the $10,000 win and the first win of his career in Canada. He held off a hard charging Chad Kemenah, along with 20-time Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champion Stave Kinser.

 

“We have been good all year long and a Top-Five car,” he said from Victory Lane. “It’s always good to win and there races are hard to win. We have the first one under our belt and hopefully we can get a couple more. The car felt really good tonight. We have been fast all year. Leonard Lee and Marie (Lapointe) have been working hard all season. We’re glad to win for our car owner Lon Carnahan and all of our sponsors.”

 

Haudenschild began the night by winning the third heat race which earned him a spot in the Came Cams Dash. After starting on the outside of the front row in the dash, he took the lead from Paul McMahan in that event to claim the pole for the A-Feature, though he lost a cylinder during the event, necessitating the engine change by his team.

 

“We ended up having plenty of time to change it,” noted the veteran driver. “We had a few little problems, but we got it all straightened out.”

 

The native of Wooster, Ohio led from the drop of the green flag and quickly opened a comfortable lead in the first four laps of the race. On the opening lap, Chad Kemenah got around Donny Schatz to move into third, while Jason Meyers gained two spots to take the fourth position.

 

By just the fifth lap on the high-banked 3/8-mile, Haudenschild found himself in traffic. He sliced his way through traffic, though was held up a couple of times, allowing second-place runner Paul McMahan to close in on him. At the same time, Jason Meyers and Donny Schatz were battling for the fourth spot.

 

While in heavy traffic, Chad Kemenah was able to gain ground on McMahan and battle him for the runner-up position. The first caution of the night flew on the 12th lap for a two-car incident.

 

“They did help some,” shared Haudenschild of the yellow and red flags. “It cleared the track up and we didn’t have to run in lapped traffic the whole race, just part of it.”

 

On the restart Haudenschild quickly opened a lead, while Kemenah worked on McMahan, getting around him in turns one and two, only to have McMahan battle back past him in turns three and four. The very next lap, Kemenah used nearly the same move in turns one and two to snag the second spot.

 

While in traffic, Kemenah was able to gain ground on Haudenschild, before the first of two red flags waved on the 21st lap. On the restart, Haudenschild again shot to the lead, while McMahan battled Kemenah tooth and nail for the second spot. The pair was going at it on the 22nd lap, when McMahan got sideways exiting the second turn, collecting Donny Schatz in the process. Schatz got upside down and had to go to the work area, while McMahan remained on the track.

 

Haudenschild again used a strong start in the Owens-Corning Fiberglass Maxim, to build a comfortable lead as the laps began to wind down. The final caution flag of the night flew on the 31st lap for a spin by a lapped car right in front of the leaders.

 

“It was definitely close,” said the winner with a sign of relief of the late race incident that could have ruined his night. “There were a lot of slow lapped cars out here tonight and it was a long race on a short track. We dodged the cars and started up front, and it always helps to start up front.”

 

Haudenschild used one final strong restart to pull away from Kemenah and Steve Kinser to pick up the 47th A-Feature win of his World of Outlaws career and he now is in sole possession of the ninth position on the all-time series win list.

 

Kemenah closed in on Haudenschild a couple of times over the course of the 35-lap contest, but could never quite get a good enough run on him to attempt a pass and would up second. For the native of Findlay, Ohio it was his best finish of the season as he continues to close in on his first win of the campaign aboard the Kantor Oil Company Maxim.

 

“We are getting closer to getting a win in one of these things and that is what we have to do,” said Kemenah. “If we hang around the Top-Five cars night in and night out, we’ll win one. I can’t thank my car owner Jon Kantor enough for giving us the opportunity to do this. My crew guys work their tails off for me. We are a little undermanned sometimes, but they hold their end of the bargain up.”

 

Steve Kinser had a very steady night, finishing third in the Q Oil Maxim. The native of Bloomington, Indiana gained a couple of spots on the opening lap, getting around Terry McCarl and Jason Sides. The third-place place finish was his 21st Top-Five finish of the year.

 

“It wasn’t too bad of a night,” noted Kinser. “We started 10th in the dash and moved up to eighth and up one row. We had a good start (in the main event). I was hoping to get a Top-Five when we started and we ended up third, so we actually finished a little better than what we thought we would.”

 

Kemenah also had a couple of close calls during the course of the 35-lap event. The late race spin by the lapped car right in front of himself and Haudenschild was the most tense moment for him during the race, for the driver of the Kantor Oil Company Maxim.

 

“The one over in turn two was really really close,” stated Kemenah. “I though he was going to take both Jac (Haudenschild) and I out. All in all, it was a good night. We ended up second and we can’t ask for much more than one more place.”

 

Kemenah and his team utilized a different engine package in his debut at Castrol Raceway. He began the night by finishing second in the first heat race and followed that up with a fourth-place effort in the Crane Cams Dash.

 

“The race track was pretty fast and we were fortunate to qualify and start up front in the heat race,” he explained. “My father-in-law worked his butt off back home on my motors to figure out how to make them take off with these guys. The other night we had some motor stumbling problems.”

 

Steve Kinser had an extremely close call on the incident involving McMahan and Schatz, as he was running fifth at the time and just squeezed through as the former spun and the latter got upside down, to gain two positions and put himself in position to battle for the win.

 

“That second one in the feature was pretty close,” said Kinser. “I thought I was in it and at the last second I went low and just missed it.”

 

Jason Meyers turned in another solid run to finish fourth in the GLR Investments Maxim to earn his series leading 36th Top-Five finish of the season.

 

Craig Dollansky was fifth in the Snap-on Maxim after starting the night by being quickest in time trials, with Kerry Madsen in sixth in the TK Concrete Maxim. Terry McCarl was seventh in the Big Game Treestands Maxim, with Jason Sides in eighth aboard the Wetherington Tractor Service Maxim. After getting upside down and having to pay a visit to the work area to get a new top wing, Schatz rallied his way to a ninth-place finish after lining up 18th on the restart after the accident. He extended his streak of Top-10 finishes to 44, as he remains the only driver that has finished in the Top-10 every night this season.

 

The Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series wraps up the second annual Oil City Cup Presented by Boston Pizza on Saturday, August 23.

 

CASTROL RACEWAY NOTEBOOK

 

• FAST QUALIFIER: Craig Dollansky paced the 31 cars that took time with an AMB i.t. timed lap around the high-banked 3/8-mile oval at 13.069 seconds at 103.298 mph. For his qualifying effort, Dollansky earned five bonus points. The next four fastest qualifiers also earned bonus points, including: Donny Schatz (4), Terry McCarl (3), Jason Meyers (2), and Kerry Madsen (1).

 

• QUALIFYING WINNERS: Paul McMahan, Jason Sides and Jac Haudenschild won heat races… Jac Haudenschild won the Crane Cams Dash… Kerry Madsen won the B-Main.

There have been 44 Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series A-Feature events held in 2008. The winners include: Donny Schatz (Knoxville Raceway-twice, Attica Raceway Park, Eldora Speedway, Tri-City Speedway, Sedalia’s State Fair Speedway, Dodge City Raceway Park, River Cities Speedway, Cedar Lake Speedway, Riverside International Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway and K-C Raceway), Craig Dollansky (Volusia Speedway Park, Eldora Speedway, Huset’s Speedway-twice, Eagle Raceway, Tri-State Speedway and Paducah International Raceway), Jason Meyers (Volusia Speedway Park, Manzanita Speedway, I-55 Raceway, Lernerville Speedway, Virginia Motor Speedway, Limaland Motorsports Park and Nodak Speedway), Steve Kinser (Williams Grove Speedway, Rolling Wheels Raceway Park, Lernerville Speedway, I-96 Speedway, Charter Raceway Park and Dacotah Speedway), Daryn Pittman (Eldora Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway, Wilmot Speedway and Red River Valley Speedway), Joey Saldana (Dodge City Raceway Park, Eldora Speedway and Billings Motorsports Park), Tony Bruce Jr. (34 Raceway), Lance Dewease (The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway), Jac Haudenschild (Castrol Raceway), Danny Lasoski (Volusia Speedway Park) and Shane Stewart (Knoxville Raceway).

 

3/8-MILE WINNERS: Castrol Raceway is a high-banked 3/8-mile oval. The Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series raced 14 times on a track that size this season. The winners include: Donny Schatz (Tri-City Speedway, Dodge City Raceway Park, Cedar Lake Speedway and K-C Raceway), Craig Dollansky (Huset’s Speedway-twice and Paducah International Raceway), Joey Saldana (Dodge City Raceway Park and Billings Motorsports Park), Tony Bruce Jr. (34 Raceway), Jac Haudenschild (Castrol Raceway), Steve Kinser (Dacotah Speedway), Jason Meyers (Nodak Speedway) and Daryn Pittman (Wilmot Speedway).

 

The Official Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Web site is at http://www.worldofoutlaws.com/sprint. Among the features are updated driver biographies with individual statistics and pictures, race-by-race statistics, detailed track information and race coverage, series news and team press releases. Also, links to the 2008 Official Rulebook can be found at the bottom of the home page.

 

• UPCOMING EVENTS: Two nights of racing at Skagit Speedway in Washington, followed by a stop at Grays Harbor Raceway in Washington and Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon.

Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Statistical Report; Castrol Raceway; Edmonton, AB; August 22, 2008

 

Qualifying

1) 2-Craig Dollansky 13.069

2) 15-Donny Schatz 13.154

3) 24-Terry McCarl 13.172

4) 14-Jason Meyers 13.175

5) 55-Kerry Madsen 13.192

6) 11-Steve Kinser 13.218

7) 6-Paul McMahan 13.241

8) 7S-Jason Sides 13.245

9) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr. 13.246

10) 8K-Chad Kemenah 13.285

11) 5W-Lucas Wolfe 13.289

12) R19-Jac Haudenschild 13.308

13) 39C-Jason Solwold 13.335

14) 9-Joey Saldana 13.336

15) 20-Kraig Kinser 13.340

16) 83-Shane Stewart 13.365

17) 21-Daryn Pittman 13.398

18) 5C-Chad Hillier 13.419

19) 18-Tony Bruce Jr. 13.528

20) 4S-Dan Simpson 13.557

21) 11EH-Marc Duperron 13.586

22) 8S-Destiny Hays 13.596

23) 7-Wade Fleming 13.603

24) V8-Jeff Hodgson 13.657

25) 9B-Jayme Barnes 13.673

26) 2D-Chris Schmelzle 13.696

27) 6M-Sean Moran 13.875

28) 38-Trevor Turnbull 14.073

29) 44-Kelly Miller 14.183

30) 4-Tim Gee 14.854

31) 42-Jesse Dakus 15.107

 

Heat 1 (10 Laps, top 6 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 6-Paul McMahan

2) 8K-Chad Kemenah

3) 2-Craig Dollansky

4) 14-Jason Meyers

5) 39C-Jason Solwold

6) 83-Shane Stewart

7) 8S-Destiny Hays

8) 18-Tony Bruce Jr.

9) 9B-Jayme Barnes

10) 38-Trevor Turnbull

11) 42-Jesse Dakus

 

Heat 2 (10 Laps, top 6 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 7S-Jason Sides

2) 15-Donny Schatz

3) 5W-Lucas Wolfe

4) 21-Daryn Pittman

5) 9-Joey Saldana

6) 2D-Chris Schmelzle

7) 4S-Dan Simpson

8) 7-Wade Fleming

9) 55-Kerry Madsen

10) 44-Kelly Miller

 

Heat 3 (10 Laps, top 6 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) R19-Jac Haudenschild

2) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.

3) 24-Terry McCarl

4) 11-Steve Kinser

5) 20-Kraig Kinser

6) 5C-Chad Hillier

7) 11EH-Marc Duperron

8) V8-Jeff Hodgson

9) 6M-Sean Moran

10) 4-Tim Gee

 

Crane Cams Dash (8 laps, finishing order determined first 10 starting positions of A-feature)

1) R19-Jac Haudenschild

2) 6-Paul McMahan

3) 15-Donny Schatz

4) 8K-Chad Kemenah

5) 7S-Jason Sides

6) 14-Jason Meyers

7) 24-Terry McCarl

8) 11-Steve Kinser

9) 2-Craig Dollansky

10) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.

 

B-main (10 laps, top 6 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 55-Kerry Madsen

2) 18-Tony Bruce Jr.

3) 11EH-Marc Duperron

4) 4-Tim Gee

5) V8-Jeff Hodgson

6) 7-Wade Fleming

7) 6M-Sean Moran [$325]

8) 8S-Destiny Hays [$310]

9) 4S-Dan Simpson [$300]

10) 38-Trevor Turnbull [$300]

11) 44-Kelly Miller [$300]

12) 9B-Jayme Barnes [$300]

13) 42-Jesse Dakus [$300]

 

A-main (35 laps) – Starting Position [#]

1) R19-Jac Haudenschild[1] [$10,000]

2) 8K-Chad Kemenah[4] [$5,000]

3) 11-Steve Kinser[8] [$3,000]

4) 14-Jason Meyers[6] [$2,700]

5) 2-Craig Dollansky[9] [$2,500]

6) 55-Kerry Madsen[11] [$2,200]

7) 24-Terry McCarl[7] [$2,000]

8) 7S-Jason Sides[5] [$1,800]

9) 15-Donny Schatz[3] [$1,600]

10) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.[10] [$1,450]

11) 21-Daryn Pittman[17] [$1,300]

12) 39C-Jason Solwold[13] [$1,200]

13) 9-Joey Saldana[14] [$1,100]

14) 83-Shane Stewart[16] [$1,000]

15) 5C-Chad Hillier[18] [$950]

16) 18-Tony Bruce Jr.[19] [$900]

17) 6-Paul McMahan[2] [$850]

18) 5W-Lucas Wolfe[12] [$750]

19) 20-Kraig Kinser[15] [$725]

20) V8-Jeff Hodgson[23] [$700]

21) 7-Wade Fleming[24] [$700]

22) 11EH-Marc Duperron[20] [$700]

23) 4-Tim Gee[22] [$700]

24) 2D-Chris Schmelzle[21] [$700]

 

Lap Leaders: Jac Haudenschild 1-35

Chicken Hawk Hot Lap Award: Jac Haudenschild

Penske Power Position Award: Steve Kinser

SuperClean Start of the Night Award: Tim Gee

KSE Hard Charger Award: Daryn Pittman

 

 

 

2008 STAT ATTACK

There have been 44 Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series A-Feature events this season. 

 

A-Feature winners (11 Different Drivers) Driver, Hometown – Wins

1- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 12

2- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 7

Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 7

4- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 6

5- Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 4

6- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 3

7- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Danny Lasoski, Dover, Missouri- 1

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 1

 

Lap leaders, including A-features and preliminary features Car, driver, hometown – Total laps led (19 Drivers have led laps)

1- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 284 laps

2- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 225 laps

3- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 223 laps

4- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 164 laps

5- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 156 laps

6- Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 102 laps

7- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 49 laps

8- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas- 35 laps

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 35 laps

10- Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 30 laps

Danny Lasoski, Dover, Missouri- 30 laps

11- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 21 laps

12- Craig Keel, Weedsport, New York- 17 laps

Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW- 17 laps

14- Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 10 laps

Paul McMahan, Nashville, Tennessee- 10 laps

16- Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW- 9 laps

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 9 laps

18- Tim Kaeding, San Jose, California- 7 laps

 

Time trial leaders (16 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Quick times

1- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 8

2- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota – 6

3- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 5

4- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 4

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 4

6- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio – 3

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 3

8- Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 2

Kenny Jacobs, Holmesville, Ohio- 2

10- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 1

Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Cody Darrah, Red Lion, Pennsylvania- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Greg Hodnett, Thomasville, Pennsylvania- 1

Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia- 1

Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tennessee- 1

 

Track records established during 2008 Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series events (8)
* Joey Saldana, May 24, Virginia Motor Speedway (1/2-mile), Jamaica, VA, 14.537 seconds at 123.822 mph

 

* Donny Schatz, July 5, Riverside International Speedway (1/4-mile), West Memphis, AR, 11.055 seconds at 81.411 mph

 

* Shane Stewart, July 9 at Limaland Motorsports Park (1/4-mile), Lima, OH, 10.958 seconds at 82.132 mph

 

* Steve Kinser, July 25 at I-96 Speedway (1/2-mile), Lake Odessa, MI, 15.093 seconds at 119.261 mph

 

* Donny Schatz, July 28 at Paducah International Raceway (3/8-mile), Paducah KY, 13.107 seconds at 102.998 mph

 

* Steve Kinser, July 30 at 34 Raceway (3/8-mile), West Burlington, IA, 12.250 seconds at 110.204 mph

 

* Jason Meyers, August 12 at Red River Valley Speedway (1/2-mile), West Fargo, ND, 14,736 seconds at 122.150 mph

 

* Craig Dollansky, August 16 at Dacotah Speedway (3/8-mile), Mandan, ND, 14.723 seconds at 91.693 mph

 

Crane Cams Dash Winners (19 different winners) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Dash Wins

1- Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 5

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 5

3- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota – 4

Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 4

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 4

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana – 4

7- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 3

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 3

9- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 2

10- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas- 1

Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Tim Kaeding, San Jose, California- 1

Craig Keel, Weedsport, New York- 1

Danny Lasoski, Dover, Missouri- 1

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 1

Paul McMahan, Nashville, Tennessee- 1

Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania- 1

Jeff Shepard, Upperco, Maryland- 1

Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW- 1

 

Pole Positions (19 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Poles

1 – Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 5

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 5

3- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota – 4

Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 4

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 4

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana – 4

7- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 3

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 3

9- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 2

10- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas- 1

Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Tim Kaeding, San Jose, California- 1

Craig Keel, Weedsport, New York- 1

Danny Lasoski, Dover, Missouri- 1

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 1

Paul McMahan, Nashville, Tennessee- 1

Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania- 1

 Jeff Shepard, Upperco, Maryland- 1

Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW- 1

B-main Winners (25 different winners) Rank – Driver, Hometown – B-Main Wins

1- Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, Texas- 4

2- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas-3

3- Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio-2

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 2

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 2

Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia- 2

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 2

8- Billy Alley, Lincoln, Nebraska- 1

Chris Andrews, Sandusky, Ohio- 1

Pat Cannon, Etters, Pennsylvania- 1

Tim Crawley, Little Rock, Arkansas- 1

Rob Eyler, Franklin, Pennsylvania-1

Jeff Hodgson, St. Albert, AB- 1

Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 1

Mike Kertscher, Fredonia, Wisconsin- 1

Calvin Landis, Knoxville, Iowa- 1

Paul May, Terre Haute, Indiana- 1

Brian Paulus, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania- 1

Jerry Richart Jr., Forrest Lake, MN- 1

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 1

Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania- 1

Danny Smith, Danville, Indiana – 1

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 1

T.J. Stutts, Liverpool, Pennsylvania- 1

Lucas Wolfe, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania- 1

 

KSE Racing Products Hard Charger Award

1- Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NWS- 7

2- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 5

3- Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 4

4- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio-3

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 3

Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 3

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 3

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 3

Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania- 3

10- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 2

11- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas- 1

Cody Darrah, Red Lion, Pennsylvania- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, Texas- 1

Greg Nikitenko, Minot, North Dakota- 1

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 1

Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Olive Branch, Mississippi- 1

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 1

 

Penske Power Position

1- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 11

2- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 8

3- Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 5

4- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 4

5- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 3

6- Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 2

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 2

8- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 1

Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 1

Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, Texas- 1

Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 1

Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW- 1

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 1

Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, Iowa- 1

Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tennessee- 1

 

Chicken Hawk Hot Lap

1- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 7

2- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 6

3- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 5

4- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 4

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 4

6- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 3

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 3

8- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 2

9- Tony Bruce Jr., Liberal, Kansas- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Tim Kaeding, San Jose, California- 1

Craig Keel, Weedsport, New York- 1

Danny Lasoski, Dover, Missouri- 1

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 1

Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW- 1

Paul McMahan, Nashville, Tennessee- 1

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 1

Brooke Tatnell, San Souci, NSW- 1

 

SuperClean Start Award

1- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 5

2- Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 4

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 4

4- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 2

5- Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Cale Conley, Vienna, West Virginia- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Mark Dobmeier, Grand Forks, North Dakota- 1

Tim Gee, Leduc, Alberta, Canada- 1

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 1

Alan Krimes, Denver, Pennsylvania- 1

Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 1

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 1

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 1

Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, Iowa- 1

Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tennessee- 1

 

Crane Cams Engine Builder Challenge

Shaver Specialties 192

Speedway Engines 144 / -48

Don Ott Engines 139 -53

Kistler Engines 135 / -57

 

Chassis Builder Challenge

Maxim 204

J&J 192 / -12

 

 

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