Kinser Tames Traffic: Wins at Charter Raceway Park

Steve Kinser has been involved in countless races over the years in which the outcome has been determined by lapped traffic. He has come out on the winning side of those events more times than he can remember, but also has been on the short end of the stick, most of which he does remember.

On Saturday night, he masterfully used lapped traffic to his advantage as he picked up a thrilling win in the finale of the Badger Classic at Charter Raceway Park in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

 Kinser dove under Jason Meyers on the back straightaway on the 33rd lap to take the lead after chasing him for nearly half the race. One lap earlier, Kinser inched ahead of Meyers exiting the fourth turn, but Meyers charged down the front straightaway to officially lead at the line. Kinser stayed right on Meyers in turns one and two, setting himself up to make the pass for the lead and ultimately the win on the following lap. On the final lap, Meyers gained ground on the back straightaway and tried everything he could exiting the third and fourth turns, as the pair thundered down the front straightaway coming up just 0.253 seconds short at the line.

 

The $10,000 win was his fifth of the season, and the 548th of his Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series career. Kinser has won twice at Charter Raceway Park in his career and ha won 18 times in the state of Wisconsin.

 

“You had to have patience tonight, said Kinser. “You were not going to pass him on an open run. You had to wait until we got some lapped cars. He looked like he got a little bit loose at the end, and I got freed up enough to get up a little higher going into (turn) one and got off it a lot better. We got some good runs on him and when we got to the lapped car, I got a good run on the back stretch on him.”

 

Several times over the course of the race, Kinser looked to the low side of the track aboard the Q Oil Maxim, as he looked to get a run on Meyers. The 20-time series champion lined up third for the 40-lap event and had a couple of epic battles early in the race with Kerry Madsen. Kinser got around the reigning Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year on the 15th lap, and promptly began to work on tracking down Meyers.

 

“We hung around and were there when we got to the lapped cars,” explained the winner. “I made a couple of good moves and got a run on Jason (Meyers) and then just held on the last eight or so laps.”

 

The race began with a red flag before a single lap was in the books, leading to a complete restart. On both starts, Meyers led from the pole into turn one, with Madsen chasing him.

 

Early in the race, Craig Dollansky tried a couple of moves on Kinser as the pair battled for the third spot, with Kinser retaining the position each time. While this battled raged, Meyers began to pull away from the pair, along with Madsen who was running second. Though once in heavy traffic, that lead shrunk and Madsen was able to get a couple of runs on Meyers, but could not quite make a pass. At this same time, Kinser and Dollansky also pulled to within a few car length of the lead duo.

 

Madsen actually got around Meyers in turns one and two prior to the halfway point of the race, though he slipped up the front on the back straightaway, allowing Meyers to power back by him. While in heavy traffic, Dollansky dove under both Madsen and Kinser to take the second spot in turn three, but also slipped up the track and when the trio crossed the line, Dollansky remained fourth.

 

Kinser moved into second on the 15th lap and just two laps later the second red flag of the night flew, which was opened up so the car could refuel and make adjustments.

 

“Everything worked out and we got to the checkers and that was the main thing,” Kinser noted. “We didn’t really change anything and the red didn’t really effect us.”

 

The final stoppage of the night occurred with 15 laps remaining. On the ensuing restart, Kinser dove under Meyers in both turns one and two and three and four as he nearly took the lead. Meyers got back up to the speed on the second lap after the restart and began to pull away in open track.

 

Within a couple of laps, he was back in heavy lapped traffic, giving Kinser a chance to gain ground. After having to get out of the throttle on the front straightaway as he tried to get around a lapped machine, Meyers gave up his lead with Kinser quickly pouncing on him. It was in traffic that Kinser was able to get around Meyers to pick up his second career win at Charter Raceway Park.

 

Kinser began the night by setting fast time for the fifth time this season, and followed that up with a runner-up finish in the first heat race which earned him a spot in the Crane Cams Dash, where he finished third to earn a second-row starting spot in the 40-lap A-Feature.

 

“You definitely need to get in the dash,” noted Kinser. “We didn’t get the best pill draw (for the dash), but worked our way to third. We had a pretty good race car all night and were able to make up some ground.”

 

The win was the 19th Top-Five finish of the season for Kinser, who has picked up 11 Top-Five finishes in the last month. He is currently fifth in the championship standings and has been one of the most consistent drivers over the last month and a half.

 

“Right now these guys are so tough that you can win one night and run at the middle of the pack the next night,” said the native of Bloomington, Indiana. “You just have to be right, at the right time.”

 

Meyers wound up leading 32 laps on Saturday night and finished second, as he looks for his first career win at Charter Raceway Park. He has 11 consecutive Top-Five finishes, with nine of those being on the podium as he chases his seventh win of the season aboard the GLR Investments KPC.

 

“We had a great race car tonight and there is only one word for it, and that’s disappointing, to lead all of those laps and give it away,” said Meyers. “We got a little tight in lapped traffic and just kind of gave it away to him. I had a great car and these guys did a great job tonight. I just feel bad that I gave it away tonight.”

 

Kerry Madsen started second and ran in the Top-Three all night, coming home third in the TK Concrete Maxim. The native of St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia has 25 Top-10 finishes this season as he closes in on his first win of the year.

 

“We’re pretty happy,” Madsen said. “We broke a shock bolt somehow with about 20 laps to go and I hung on for third. I’m happy about that. We’re doing a good job. Obviously we want to win some, and I have to thank my owner Tony Vermeer and TK Concrete for giving us this opportunity. We’ve been quick and it’s good to get a good finish and hopefully we can get some momentum going.”

 

Craig Dollansky finished fourth in the Snap-on Tools Maxim, after battling Madsen and Kinser for a number of laps for the second and third positions. He was three and four-wide a couple of times as he looked for a way around the pair.

 

“I would have liked to have been geared a little bit differently,” shared Dollansky. “Every time that I was able to try and make a pass, it seemed like we bogged a little too much. We were battling with our car and just kind of hanging in there in the Top-Five and really couldn’t do much more than that.”

 

Donny Schatz, the two-time defending series champion was fifth in the Armor All J&J and remains the only driver that has finished in the Top-10 in every event this season. Terry McCarl was sixth in the Big Game Treestands Eagle. Joey Saldana came from the 21st starting spot to finish seventh in the Budweiser/Open Joist Mopar-powered JEI to earn the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger Award. Daryn Pittman was eighth in the Titan Garages Maxim, with Jason Sides in ninth, piloting the Wetherington Tractor Service Maxim, and Jac Haudenschild rounded out the Top-10 driving the Owens-Corning Fiberglass Maxim.

 

Meyers began the night by turning in the fourth fastest lap in time trials to earn two bonus points in the championship standings. He also gained a few more points on Donny Schatz, as he finished three spots better than the two-time defending series champion, as he chases his first series title.

 

“We feel great with how the season has gone so far,” said the native of Clovis, California. “These motors are running great and the car is running well. The team is doing an awesome job. Everybody is working very well together. This is a little hiccup, but these guys are tough and they know what goes into this. We’re a little disappointed tonight, but we’ll bounce back.”

 

Madsen battled Meyers and Kinser for most of the race and could not quite get a good enough run to pass either. He has four career Top-10 finishes at the high-banked 1/3-mile in just a handful of starts.

 

“We had our opportunities to get back by Steve (Kinser) and could not get it done,” noted Madsen. “We had an opportunity to get by Jason (Meyers) early and couldn’t get it done. We’re happy with a podium and we’ll go on from there.”

 

The Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series returns to action on Tuesday, August 12 at Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, North Dakota.

 

WILMOT SPEEDWAY NOTEBOOK

 

• FAST QUALIFIER: Steve Kinser paced the 33 cars that took time with an AMB i.t. timed lap around the high-banked 1/3-mile oval at 11.561 seconds at 103.694 mph. For his qualifying effort, Kinser earned five bonus points. The next four fastest qualifiers also earned bonus points, including: Jac Haudenschild (4), Sam Hafertepe Jr. (3), Jason Meyers (2), and Paul McMahan (1).

 

• QUALIFYING WINNERS: Donny Schatz, Terry McCarl, Craig Dollansky and Kerry Madsen won heat races… Jason Meyers won the Crane Cams Dash… Mike Kertscher won the B-Main.

There have been 39 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 and Limaland Motorsports Park), Steve Kinser (Williams Grove Speedway, Rolling Wheels Raceway Park, Lernerville Speedway, I-96 Speedway and Charter Raceway Park), Daryn Pittman (Eldora Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway and Wilmot Speedway), Joey Saldana (Dodge City Raceway Park and Eldora Speedway), Tony Bruce Jr. (34 Raceway), Lance Dewease (The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway), Danny Lasoski (Volusia Speedway Park) and Shane Stewart (Knoxville Raceway).

 

1/3-MILE WINNERS: Charter Raceway Park is a high-banked 1/3-mile oval. The Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series has raced three times this season on a track that size. The winners include: Steve Kinser (Charter Raceway Park), Jason Meyers (I-55 Raceway) and Donny Schatz (Attica Raceway Park).

 

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: The World of Outlaws inaugural visit to Gillette Thunder Speedway in Wyoming and Dacotah Speedway in North Dakota, along with stops at Nodak Speedway in North Dakota and Billings Motorsports Park in Montana.

Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Statistical Report; Charter Raceway Park; Beaver Dam, WI; August 2, 2008

 

Qualifying

1) 11-Steve Kinser 11.561

2) R19-Jac Haudenschild 11.579

3) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr. 11.655

4) 14-Jason Meyers 11.659

5) 6-Paul McMahan 11.759

6) 24-Terry McCarl 11.793

7) 7S-Jason Sides 11.828

8) 83-Shane Stewart 11.829

9) 15-Donny Schatz 11.848

10) 20-Kraig Kinser 11.861

11) 2-Craig Dollansky 11.898

12) 55-Kerry Madsen 11.898

13) 2W-Scotty Neitzel 11.929

14) 5C-Chad Hillier 11.937

15) 17B-Bill Balog 11.952

16) 2B-Billy Hafemann 11.983

17) 80K-Mike Kertscher 12.005

18) 8K-Chad Kemenah 12.038

19) 21-Daryn Pittman 12.076

20) 18-Tony Bruce Jr. 12.081

21) 9-Joey Saldana 12.095

22) 1HRP-Todd Hepfner 12.183

23) 7V-Tim Vandervere 12.238

24) 5-Brian Kristan 12.265

25) 9A-Andy Hunt 12.317

26) 50-Rusty Egan 12.404

27) 1M-Phillip Mock 12.465

28) 4K-Kris Spitz 12.478

29) O-John Fahl 12.576

30) 23-Russel Borland 12.742

31) 43-Jereme Schroeder 13.182

32) 24M-Adam Miller 13.335

33) 15A-Andy Klumb 13.713

 

Heat 1 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 15-Donny Schatz

2) 11-Steve Kinser

3) 6-Paul McMahan

4) 2W-Scotty Neitzel

5) 9-Joey Saldana

6) 80K-Mike Kertscher

7) 15A-Andy Klumb

8) O-John Fahl

9) 9A-Andy Hunt

 

Heat 2 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 24-Terry McCarl

2) R19-Jac Haudenschild

3) 5C-Chad Hillier

4) 20-Kraig Kinser

5) 8K-Chad Kemenah

6) 1HRP-Todd Hepfner

7) 23-Russel Borland

8) 50-Rusty Egan

 

Heat 3 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 2-Craig Dollansky

2) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.

3) 7S-Jason Sides

4) 17B-Bill Balog

5) 21-Daryn Pittman

6) 7V-Tim Vandervere

7) 1M-Phillip Mock

8) 43-Jereme Schroeder

 

Heat 4 (10 Laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 55-Kerry Madsen

2) 14-Jason Meyers

3) 83-Shane Stewart

4) 2B-Billy Hafemann

5) 18-Tony Bruce Jr.

6) 4K-Kris Spitz

7) 24M-Adam Miller

8) 5-Brian Kristan

 

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

1) 14-Jason Meyers

2) 55-Kerry Madsen

3) 11-Steve Kinser

4) 24-Terry McCarl

5) 2-Craig Dollansky

6) 7S-Jason Sides

7) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.

8) 6-Paul McMahan

9) R19-Jac Haudenschild

10) 15-Donny Schatz

 

B-main (12 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)

1) 80K-Mike Kertscher

2) 5-Brian Kristan

3) 7V-Tim Vandervere

4) 4K-Kris Spitz

5) 1M-Phillip Mock [$350]

6) O-John Fahl [$330]

7) 43-Jereme Schroeder [$325]

8) 23-Russel Borland [$310]

9) 24M-Adam Miller [$300]

10) 1HRP-Todd Hepfner [$300]

11) 50-Rusty Egan [$300]

12) 9A-Andy Hunt [$300]

13) 15A-Andy Klumb [$300]

 

A-main (40 laps) – Starting Position [#]

1) 11-Steve Kinser[3] [$10,000]

2) 14-Jason Meyers[1] [$5,500]

3) 55-Kerry Madsen[2] [$3,200]

4) 2-Craig Dollansky[5] [$2,800]

5) 15-Donny Schatz[10] [$2,500]

6) 24-Terry McCarl[4] [$2,300]

7) 9-Joey Saldana[21] [$2,200]

8) 21-Daryn Pittman[19] [$2,100]

9) 7S-Jason Sides[6] [$2,050]

10) R19-Jac Haudenschild[9] [$2,000]

11) 18-Tony Bruce Jr.[20] [$1,500]

12) 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr.[7] [$1,200]

13) 5C-Chad Hillier[14] [$1,100]

14) 17B-Bill Balog[15] [$1,050]

15) 8K-Chad Kemenah[18] [$1,000]

16) 80K-Mike Kertscher[17] [$900]

17) 5-Brian Kristan[23] [$800]

18) 7V-Tim Vandervere[22] [$800]

19) 4K-Kris Spitz[24] [$800]

20) 83-Shane Stewart[11] [$800]

21) 20-Kraig Kinser[12] [$800]

22) 2W-Scotty Neitzel[13] [$800]

23) 6-Paul McMahan[8] [$800]

24) 2B-Billy Hafemann[16] [$800]

 

Lap leaders: Jason Meyers 1-32, Steve Kinser 33-40

 

Chicken Hawk Hot Lap Award: Jason Meyers

Penske Power Position Award: Kerry Madsen

SuperClean Start of the Night Award: Jac Haudenschild

KSE Hard Charger Award: Joey Saldana

 

 

2008 STAT ATTACK

There have been 39 Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series A-Feature events this season. 

 

A-Feature winners (10 Different Drivers) Driver, Hometown – Wins

1- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 12

2- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 7

3- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 6

4- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 5

5- Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 3

6- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 2

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

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 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 (18 Drivers have led laps)

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

2- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 214 laps

3- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 200 laps

4- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 134 laps

5- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 130 laps

6- Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 72 laps

7- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 49 laps

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

9 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 (15 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Quick times

1- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 7

2- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota – 6

3- Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 5

4- Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 4

5- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio – 3

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 3

7- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 2

Kenny Jacobs, Holmesville, Ohio- 2

9- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 1

Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Cody Darrah, Red Lion, Pennsylvania- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 1

Greg Hodnett, Thomasville, Pennsylvania- 1

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

 

Track records established during 2008 Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series events (6)
* 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

 

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

1- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota – 4

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 4

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 4

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana – 4

5- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 3

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 3

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 3

8- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 2

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 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 – Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota – 4

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 4

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 4

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana – 4

5- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 3

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 3

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 3

7- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 2

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 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 (23 different winners) Rank – Driver, Hometown – B-Main Wins

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

Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, Texas- 3

3- Rob Chaney, Wooster, Ohio-2

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 2

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 2

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 2

7- 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

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- Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 5

Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NWS- 5

3- Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 4

4- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio-3

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 3

Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 3

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 3

Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania- 3

9- Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 2

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

Cody Darrah, Red Lion, Pennsylvania- 1

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 1

Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, Texas- 1

Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa- 1

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 1

Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Olive Branch, Mississippi- 1

Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 1

 

Penske Power Position

1- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 10

2- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 8

3- Shane Stewart, Bixby, Oklahoma- 4

4- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 3

Steve Kinser, Bloomington, Indiana- 3

6- Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 2

7- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 1

Craig Dollansky, Elk River, Minnesota- 1

Sam Hafertepe Jr., Sunnyvale, Texas- 1

Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 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- 5

3- Jason Meyers, Clovis, California- 4

Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 4

5- Chad Kemenah, Findlay, Ohio- 3

Donny Schatz, Fargo, North Dakota- 3

7- Dale Blaney, Hartford, Ohio- 2

Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Oklahoma- 2

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

Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pennsylvania- 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- 4

2- Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Indiana- 3

3- Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio- 2

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

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 173

Speedway Engines 128 / -45

Don Ott Engines 121 -52

Kistler Engines 119 / -54

 

Chassis Builder Challenge

Maxim 180

J&J 171 / -9

 

 

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