Ticket renewals for DIRTcar Nationals at the Volusia Speedway Park is underway now. The 47th Annual DIRTcar Nationals will take place on February 6 – 17, 2018. To renew your tickets from the 2017 event, call 844–DIRT-TIX, renewals close on March 31.
The ‘World’s Fastest Half Mile’ hosts the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series, The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series, DIRTcar UMP Modifieds, DIRTcar Late Models, The Super DIRTcar Series and the All Star Circuit of Champions during 12 action-packed nights.
Grabs the DIRTcar Nationals Finale and Championship
BARBERVILLE, F.L - Feb. 26, 2017 – Brett ‘The Jet’ Hearn picked up his tenth DIRTcar Nationals victory with the Super DIRTcar Series at Volusia Speedway Park on Saturday night. The veteran driver from Sussex, N.J. took the lead from the start and never looked back to take the $5,000 payday in the 40-lap finale, also staking claim to the DIRTcar Nationals championship.
“The guys at the Madsen Overhead Door shop are going to have to build a bigger shelf,” Hearn said in Victory Lane. “It was a super, awesome team effort. We came down here and fine tuned on this thing, it’s a brand new car.”
Young gun Max McLaughlin of Mooresville, N.C. and the veteran Hearn started on the front row following a pre-race redraw.
On lap one, Hearn drove to the outside into turn three and claimed the top spot from McLaughlin coming out of turn four, setting sail with the early lead.
In a race that had three yellow flags, the first on lap 10 saw a over a half-dozen drivers duck down pit road for adjustments to their Big-Block Modifieds.
The ensuing restart set up a fierce battle between McLaughlin and Matt Sheppard of Waterloo, N.Y. for the runner-up spot as they swapped positions for several laps.
There was a glimmer of hope for the second- and third-place runners when Hearn caught the back of the pack on lap 23, allowing McLaughlin and Sheppard a shot at the top spot.
With the second yellow flag on lap 26, Sheppard relinqiuished the third position to come down pit road for a new right-rear tire.
Tim Fuller got into the mix after he got by Peter Britten for third place, Fuller then set his sights on second-place McLaughlin. Fuller put pressure on McLaughlin on the final restart as he drove under him for second. That left the door open for Danny Johnson as he followed in pursuit on lap 33 to take third place.
It was too late as Hearn was way out front en route to his first victory of the 2017 season.
“You’re always on edge,” Hearn said. “It was nice to see those couple of yellows come out and get some open track. It made my life a little bit easier.”
At the finish, Hearn claimed the DIRTcar Nationals finale over Fuller, Johnson, McLaughlin and Britten.
“The track crew did a great job giving us a multi-lane track tonight,” said Hearn in Victory Lane. “I have to say thanks to them for their efforts.”
Fuller, now the driver of the Graham Racing No. 19, capped off the night with a second-place finish.
“I think we got better as the race went on,” Fuller said. “I have to thank Ray Graham for starting this new team. I think it’s a good start for us. It’s only a sign of things to come. Brett was pretty strong, but I think we were pretty equal. If we got into some lapped traffic, we could have seen who was more versatile.”
Following the Super DIRTcar Series 40-lap feature was a non-qualifiers Big-Block Modified feature. Darwin Greene and Dillon Steuer led the 12-lap non-qualifiers race to the green flag. Greene led the field from green to checkered and won over Eldon Payne and C.G. Morey.
Super DIRTcar Series Statistical Report; Feb. 25, 2017; Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, F.L.
O’Neal Wins the Feature at the DIRTcar Nationals Finale
Clanton wins DIRTcar Nationals Championship
BARBERVILLE, FL— February 26, 2017— Don O’Neal of Martinsville, Ind., a veteran racer in action since 1988, has been one of the biggest names without a World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series victory. That changed in his 53rd career feature start when O’Neal finally took a coveted trip to Victory Lane during the bookend to the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on Saturday night.
Heading into the 40-lap Craftsman Club Feature, the buzz was about what tire compound the teams would choose. It was ultimately Don O’Neal who chose the right combination.
“We’ve had a good car,” said O’Neal. “The Peak Anti-Freeze team with Crawford Outdoor, Cometic Gasket, and Penske Shocks car has been good all Speedweeks, there just wasn’t anything going our way. Tonight, it did.”
O’Neal was a man on a mission all night. Locking up the final transfer spot from his heat put him 13th on the feature starting grid. O’Neal made quick work of the cars in front of him and used a lap 15 restart to take the lead from polesitter Dennis Erb Jr. of Carpentersville, Ill. who had led every lap to that point.
“We had a harder tire on then most of those guys,” said Erb Jr., who finished seventh. “A lot of those guys gambled with that soft tire. We took the green early and everyone stayed in that line around the bottom. My car was working really good there. Everything was going good until that yellow came out. Then everybody got chasing the brown, [tacky dirt] around the top and those soft tire were able to pull away from me. We definitely got beat on tires tonight.”
Tim McCreadie of Watertown, NY jumped to the second position the same lap as O’Neal took over the point and steadily gained ground on the leader. On lap 38 in the midst of heavy lapped traffic, O’Neal nearly got into the turn two wall. The slip up by O’Neal allowed McCreadie an attempt for a last lap pass bringing the crowd surrounding the World’s Fastest Half-Mile to their feet.
“I was warming my tires up on the outside and I thought ‘this feels so much better than the bottom did on that first 14-lap run” said McCreadie. “Don, he’s a professional and he found the traction before I did. I moved up and thought we could run with him, but at the end I think he had the best car. He made one little mistake at the end there and it gave us a chance. We hadn’t run this car yet and we ran it for three nights. We got a second and a third out of it.”
O’Neal claimed a desired Gator trophy and $10,000 but it was Shane Clanton who took home the king of them all, the Big Gator as DIRTcar Nationals Late Model champion.
“We missed it a little bit tonight, but it’s a testament to how hard we worked all week,” said Clanton “To run top-five three nights and just miss it a little bit tonight and run where we did (13th), we had a shot.”
Before the stretch at DIRTcar Nationals, series veteran Clanton explained the importance of coming out of the Georgia-Florida jaunt ahead in the standings.
“If you come out of Florida on top then it’s easy to stay on top, if you come up behind then it’s hard to dig yourself out of that hole,” said Clanton. “It’s important to have a good run because it will boost the whole season and [at this point] who knows who will be running good.”
Headed out of DIRTcar Nationals, Brandon Sheppard is the leader in the 2017 World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series Points Standings followed by Rick Eckert who is only a mere four points behind. For the last two years the driver who headed out of DIRTcar Nationals highest in points ultimately won the Championship Title at the end of the year. That may not be the case this year as the points race is still very close; meaning it could be anyone’s for the taking.
Heat 1 (Top four transfer to the Feature): 1. 40B- Kyle Bronson; 2. 1- Brandon Sheppard; 3. 21- Billy Moyer Jr; 4. 5- Don O'Neal; 5.14M-Morgan Bagley; 6.0v-Coleby Frye; 7.93- Donald Bradsher; 8.B1- Brent Larson; 9.4-Ds- Chad Hollenbeck; 10.2c- Joey Coulter; 11.16H-Mike Hammerle
Heat 2 (Top four transfer to the Feature): 1. 3s- Brian Shirley; 2. 39- Tim McCreadie; 3. 7- Rick Eckert; 4. 15s-Donny Schatz; 5. 14-Darrell Lanigan; 6. 99B- Boom Briggs ; 7.18c- Chase Junghans; 8.18- Eric Wells; 9.7W- Ricky Weiss; 10.2F-Dennis Franklin ;11. 99-Dylan Thompson
Heat 3 (Top four transfer to the Feature): 1. 44-Chris Madden; 2.116-Brandon Overton; 3.2H-Nick Hoffman; 4.7F-Jason Fitzgerald; 5.9-Devin Moran; 6.38s-Kenny Pettyjohn; 7.15-Steve Francis; 8.1P-Earl Pearson Jr; 9.16-Jason Jameson; 10.6-Blake Spencer; 11.14r-Reid Millard
Heat 4 (Top four transfer to the Feature): 1.28- Dennis Erb Jr; 2.25-Shane Clanton; 3.91-Tyler Erb 4.1*-Chub Frank; 5.20-Rodney Sanders 6.99j-Frank Heckenast Jr; 7.17M-Dale McDowell; 8.21L-Ivedent Lloyd Jr; 9.16T-Tyler Bruening 10.3c-Charles LaPlant; 11.22*-G.R. Smith[DNS]
Last Chance Showdown 1 (Top three transfer to the Feature): 1. 14- Darrell Lanigan; 2.14M-Morgan Bagley; 3.99B-Boom Briggs; 4.0v-Coleby Frye; 5.18c-Chase Junghans; 6.B1-Brent Larson; 7.18-Eric Wells; 8.4-Ds-Chad Hollenbeck; 9.2F-Dennis Franklin; 10.2c-Joey Coulter; 11.93-Donald Bradsher; 12.6-Blake Spencer; 13.99-Dylan Thompson; 14.16H-Mike Hammerle; 15. 7W- Ricky Weiss [DNS]
Last Chance Showdown 2 (Top three transfer to the Feature): 1. 17M-Dale McDowell; 2.9-Devin Moran; 3.15-Steve Francis; 4.21L-Ivedent Lloyd Jr; 5.16-Jason Jameson; 6.16T-Tyler Bruening; 7.14r-Reid Millard; 8.99j-Frank Heckenast Jr 9.3c-Charles LaPlant; 10.20-Rodney Sanders; 11.38s-Kenny Pettyjohn[DNS]; 12.1P-Earl Pearson Jr[DNS]; 13.6-Blake Spencer[DNS]; 14.22*-G.R. Smith[DNS]
CONTINGENCY WINNERS: Craftsman/Sears ($200 Cash): Billy Moyer Jr., Chris Madden, Devin Moran, Eric Wells, Rick Eckert,; Craftsman/Sears ($100 Cash): Don O’Neal; Comp Cams ($50 product certificate): Chris Madden; MSD Ignition ($50 Cash): Billy Moyer Jr.; Quarter Master ($100 Product Certificate): Kyle Bronson; Wrisco(Three Sheets of aluminum): Eric Wells; Penske Racing Shocks ($50 Product Certificate): Eric Wells ; JE Pistons ($50 Cash): Devin Moran; VP Racing Fuels ($50 Cash): Rick Eckert; Edelbrock ($50 Cash): Rick Eckert; Comp Cams ($50 Cash): Shane Clanton; Cometic ($50 Cash):Darrell Lanigan ; JRI Shocks ($50 Cash): Tyler Erb; Superflow Dyno’s ($50 Cash): Brandon Sheppard; Quartermaster ($25 Product Certificate): Tyler Erb; JE Pistons (One set of piston rings): Chub Frank; Quartermaster ($50 Product Certificate): Joey Coulter; Arizona Sport Shirts ($100 Product Certificate): Frank Heckenast Jr.; JE Pistons (One set of piston rings): Frank Heckenast Jr..; MSD Ignition ($25 Cash): Boom Briggs.; QA-1 ($50 Cash): Chris Madden; Rookie Bonus: Devin Moran; Bonus Bucks: Don O’Neal
BARBERVILLE, FL. — February 25, 2016 — The World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series took the track at Volusia Speedway Park for the first time on night 11 of DIRTcar Nationals. During the 40-lap Craftsman Club Feature fans and drivers in attendance witnessed a thick fog roll in after 10pm that was the concoction of two days of heavy rain followed by a third of sunny blue skies. For the drivers’ safety, the feature was called complete with 23 laps in the books due to poor visibility.
Despite the bad luck Mother Nature brought, Shane Clanton was the class of the field all around. He had the fastest lap time during qualifying with 15.861-second lap, won his heat race and led all 23-laps of the feature.
“I hate that Mother Nature brought this fog in, but it’s pretty bad out there,” Clanton said. “Every straightaway you had to pull a tearoff because it’s like rain. I hate it for the fans. They didn’t get to see a full feature here. I think we had the best car tonight, so hopefully we can repeat tomorrow and do it all over.”
Eric Wells also had a strong night as he claimed the second overall fastest time with a 15.862-second lap. Wells also won his heat race and found his way to second place on the podium.
“The track was really demanding tonight,” Well said. “It’s fast and it takes a lot of manpower. You hook a rut the wrong way and you don’t know which way the car’s going to go. That definitely didn’t help at all, but we’ve got a pretty good package. We’re going to work on it tomorrow and hopefully we’ll be in Shane’s spot.”
Not everybody had as successful a night as the top three. Several drivers battled both the elements and mechanical problems throughout the night and were forced to retire early.
Chris Madden was the first driver forced to retire on lap seven when the third driveshaft of the night broke on the Grey Court, SC native’s No.44.
Don O’Neal suffered a similar fate on lap 16. The Martinsville, Ind. native was running fifth after starting the feature 11th.
“I broke something in the driveline coming off of [turn] two,” O’Neal said following the race. “It’s a shame. I mean, we came up through [the field] a ways and I thought we were going to have a good decent finish.”
Union, Ky driver Darrell Lanigan finished eighth in heat two after he pulled pit side with a miss in the motor. Lanigan’s team was scratched for the remainder of the night after pulling the motor. The team described it as “precautionary” after failing to diagnose the source of the problem.
As fog rolled over Volusia midway through the 40-lap feature, several drivers struggled with vision and ran out of tearoffs before the race was called at lap 23.
“I started way too far back. I had 40 some tearoffs and I used every one of them,” said Brandon Overton. “As soon as I would pull one off, the other one would be fogged up. I just kept yanking them and finally I ran out. I figured I had better pull in before we tear anything up.”
Podium finisher Tim McCreadie of Watertown, NY also struggled with the same vision issues due to fog.
“It wasn’t the easiest to see,” McCreadie said. “I’m not going to sit here and act like we can just fly around here no problem. We were wiping the mist [off our visors] all the way around.”
The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series will close out the last day of the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals on Saturday.
Haers Holds off Sheppard and Claims DIRTcar Nationals Victory
Brings home the first gator of the week for the Super DIRTcar Series
By Mandee Pauch
BARBERVILLE, F.L - Feb. 25, 2017 – The hot shoe out of Phelps, N.Y., Justin Haers, picked up his second career DIRTcar Nationals victory after holding off the 22nd starter, Matt Sheppard in Friday night’s 30-lap Super DIRTcar Series feature event at Volusia Speedway Park.
“We had a really good car from the drop of the green,” Haers said in Victory Lane. “It seemed like I’d get in the wrong part of the restart wanting to be on the bottom but kept restarting on top. I just found the [bottom groove] in turn three and four and I could just hook it really good. The car was was unbelievable, top, bottom, it didn’t matter where I wanted it.”
Mario Clair and Alan Johnson led the 26-car field to the green flag. Clair showed a dominant lead early on until Jimmy Horton started to put pressure on the No. 96c. Clair and Horton battled back-and-fourth for several laps until Clair suddenly fell off the pace, forfeiting the top spot to Horton on lap 21 due to a broken right-rear shock.
It wasn’t long until Haers was knocking on Horton’s back bumper. As Haers closed in on Horton, the No. 43 machine started to smoke tremendously with just five laps remaining.
Horton’s night expired after coming to a stop on the track on lap 27 due to a loose oil line, giving Haers the top spot.
“I give [Horton] credit. He ran the hell out of that thing,” said Haers. “The smoke was so bad I didn’t want to get behind him and have something break on the motor and come back and hit me or something. So I was trying to just stay below him a little bit.”
Sheppard, the defending Super DIRTcar Series champion, worked his way through the last chance showdown and started 22nd in the feature. With three laps remaining in the feature, Sheppard made his presence known and was soon knocking on Haers doors threatening for the win.
Haers was able to hold off Sheppard and pulled away to take home the first Super DIRTcar Series victory of 2017 during the DIRTcar Nationals.
“This is probably the coolest trophy that’s out there,” Haers said. “I’ve got [one gator] and now I’ve got another one to bring home.”
“These racecars are a matter of just getting some laps,” said runner-up finisher, Matt Sheppard. “Trying to get the track to slow down a little bit, it wasn’t looking good there for a long time. It seemed like the longer the race went the better we got. I thought I may have had a shot at Justin at the end but he was really good and we kind of ran out of tear-offs there but it was nice from where we started to come from the back and get second.”
The 2016 Super DIRTcar Series Rookie of the Year, Max McLaughlin showed his skills as he capped off the night with a podium finish.
“I kind of made a mistake setup wise but I’ll take the blame,” McLaughlin said. “The car was really good all night. I ran out of tear-offs with about five to go so I was driving blind. Luckily we ended up third and will go at it again tomorrow.”
The Super DIRTcar Series will be back in action at Volusia Speedway Park for the DIRTcar Nationals on Saturday, Feb. 25th. Follow the series on Twitter @SuperDIRTcar, or click www.SuperDIRTcarSeries.com.
Super DIRTcar Series Statistical Report; Feb. 24, 2017; Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, F.L.
DIRTcar Nationals Thursday Program Cancelled Due to Persistent Rain in Area
Event will resume Friday as regularly scheduled with the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series and the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds
BARBERVILLE, Fla. - February 23, 2017 - Night 10 of DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park has been cancelled due to an extended heavy rain storm that hit the area on Wednesday and Thursday and a forecast of continued rain well into the day.
DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park will resume on Friday, Feb. 24, with the pit gates opening at 1:00pm, grandstands opening at 5:00pm. Hot laps for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series will kick off on-track activities at 6:00pm.
Fans that have purchased tickets in advance can use Thursday night's tickets as a credit toward one of the final two nights of DIRTcar Nationals. The ticket window at Volusia Speedway Park will be closed on Thursday and will reopen early at 3:00pm on Friday to assist those customers with Wednesday and Thursday tickets.
For more information about DIRTcar Nationals visit www.DIRTcarNationals.com or call 844-DIRT-TIX. Follow DIRTcar Nationals on social media: @DIRTcarNats on Twitter and Facebook.com/DIRTcar.
By The Numbers: DIRTcar Racing UMP Modifieds at the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals
By Clayton Johns
BARBERVILLE, FL - February 22, 2017 - The DIRTcar UMP Modifieds concluded their portion of the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on Tuesday night. Ten feature races over the course of seven days produced plenty of thrilling action and culminated in Nick Hoffman earning his second straight Big Gator as the DIRTcar UMP Modified Nationals champion.
Here are some of the more interesting facts and figures to come from a week of action at the World’s Fastest Half-Mile.
1 - Number of points separating Big Gator champion Nick Hoffman of Mooresville, NC from second-place finisher Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, WV. Hoffman won the championship 489 points to 488.
2 - Wins by Jacob Hawkins at the 2017 DIRTcar Nationals. Hawkins won the first and last UMP Modified features.
3 - Drivers who raced all 15 nights of the DIRTcar UMP Modified Florida Tour for Deep South points, including the DIRTcar Nationals (Kenny Wallace, Kyle Strickler, Shon Flanary)
4 - First time DIRTcar UMP Modified winners at the DIRTcar Nationals (Jacob Hawkins, Will Krup, Jonathan Taylor, JE Stalder)
18.121 - Fastest qualifying time of the week, set by Brian Ruhlman of Clarklake, Mich. on Sunday, February 19.
19 - Number of States plus one Canadian province represented by DIRTcar UMP Modified drivers.
27- Drivers who earned top-five finishes in 10 features.
30- Number of different UMP Modified winners at the DIRTcar Nationals since 2011. Six different drivers won at the 2017 edition.
36- Car number of Kenny Wallace, the only driver who competed in all 15 DIRTcar UMP Modified Florida events
67- Highest single-night car count (Friday, February 17).
76- Drivers who entered in at least one night of DIRTcar UMP Modified competition at 2017 DIRTcar Nationals.
523- Total laps of competition for the DIRTcar UMP Modifieds over 8 days including qualifying, heat races, B-Mains and features.
$5,000- Nick Hoffman’s payday for winning the 30-lap Big Gator championship on Monday night.
The 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals continue on Thursday, February 23 with the World of Outlawas Craftsman® Late Model Series and Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds. Hot laps will start the on-track activities at 6:00pm.
Fans that have purchased tickets in advance can use Wednesday night's tickets as a credit toward one of the final three nights of DIRTcar Nationals. For more information about DIRTcar Nationals visit www.DIRTcarNationals.com or call 844-DIRT-TIX. Follow DIRTcar Nationals on social media: @DIRTcarNats on Twitter and Facebook.com/DIRTcar.
DIRTcar Nationals Wednesday Program Cancelled Due to Heavy Rain
Event will resume Thursday as regularly scheduled with the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series and the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds
BARBERVILLE, Fla. - February 22, 2017 - Night nine of DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park has been cancelled due to a heavy rain storm that hit the area on Wednesday morning and a forecast of continued rain throughout the day.
DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park will resume on Thursday, Feb. 23, with the pit gates opening at 1:00pm, grandstands opening at 5:00pm. Hot laps for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series will kick off on-track activities at 6:00pm.
Fans that have purchased tickets in advance can use Wednesday night’s tickets as a credit toward one of the final three nights of DIRTcar Nationals. The ticket window at Volusia Speedway Park will be closed on Wednesday and will reopen at 4:30pm on Thursday.
Three-day pit pass wristbands, valid for Feb. 20-22 events, will receive a one-day refund. Wristbands should be mailed to the World Racing Group at 7575 W Winds Blvd NW D, Concord, NC 28027 after the event; refunds will not be issued at the track.
For more information about DIRTcar Nationals visit www.DIRTcarNationals.com or call 844-DIRT-TIX. Follow DIRTcar Nationals on social media: @DIRTcarNats on Twitter and Facebook.com/DIRTcar.
BARBERVILLE, FL— February 22, 2017— Brandon Sheppard fought his way to Victory Lane during night eight of the 46th annual DIRTcar Nationals in the 30-lap DIRTcar Racing Late Model Feature. It wasn’t an easy path for Sheppard to get to the front of the pack as Brian Shirley tried to fend him off any way possible.
Sheppard started in the fourth position but found his way to second within the first 10 laps. He passed Shane Clanton, who started the feature third, early on and then had to duel with Tyler Erb. Sheppard then began reeling in Shirley and was at his door knocking by lap 10. They ran side-by-side and the lead position was juggled between the No. 1 and No. 3 machines for several laps. Sheppard finally made the pass on lap 13 but Shirley didn’t surrender as they continued to run side-by-side.
“One of the things I’ve struggled with here a lot is knowing where I need to be on the track,” said Sheppard. “Mark [Richards] talked to me a bunch before we went out for that race and he was giving me pointers on where I need to pick up speed, and where I need to be out of the gas, and how to keep my momentum up… I feel like I learned a lot for later in the week.”
It was Clanton who next found his way to Shirley’s bumper and also found his way around to claim the second position with only five laps to go. Clanton, with his No.25 Capital Racecars chassis, was then gunning for the lead and for Sheppard. Unfortunately for Clanton, he ran out of laps once he was close enough to pass for the lead.
The 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals continues on Wednesday, Feb. 22 and a ‘Big Gator’ will be up for grabs as the DIRTcar Late Model Swamp King Championship will top off the DIRTcar Late Model portion of the event.
Feature (30-lap): 1. 1- Brandon Sheppard; 2. 25- Shane Clanton; 3. 3s- Brian Shirley; 4. 14- Darrell Lanigan; 5. 20- Rodney Sanders; 6.15s- Donny Schatz; 7. 9- Tyler Erb;8. 39- Tim McCreadie; 9. 7F- Jason Fitzgerald; 10. 44- Chris Madden; 11. 17M- Dale McDowell; 12. 18- Eric Wells; 13. 7- Rick Eckert; 14.7W- Ricky Weiss; 15. 11- Austin Hubbard; 16. 9- Devin Moran; 17. 4-D's- Chad Hollenbeck; 18. 28E- Dennis Erb Jr;19. 21- Billy Moyer Jr; 20. 99B- Boom Briggs; 21. 7m- Donald Mcintosh; 22. 18c- Chase Junghans; 23. 40B- Kyle Bronson; 24. 38s- Kenny Pettyjohn
B-Main 1: 1.18c- Chase Junghans ; 2. 28E- Dennis Erb Jr ; 3. 14M- Morgan Bagley ; 4. 15- Steve Francis ; 5. 16T- Tyler Bruening ; 6. 6- Blake Spencer ; 7. 14r- Reid Millard ; 8. 27- Jeff Beyers; 9. 116- Brandon Overton ;10. 21L- Ivedent Lloyd Jr [DNS]
B-Main 2: 1. 21- Billy Moyer Jr; 2. 7m- Donald Mcintosh; 3. 93- Donald Bradsher; 4. 2c- Joey Coulter; 5. B1- Brent Larson; 6. 0v- Coleby Frye; 7. 11B- Stacy Boles; 8. 2F- Dennis Franklin ; 9. 3c-Charles LaPlant[DNS]; 10.72-Mike Norris[DNS]
B-Main 3:1. 38s- Kenny Pettyjohn; 2. 7W- Ricky Weiss; 3. 99j- Frank Heckenast Jr; 4. 5- Don O'Neal; 5. 16- Jason Jameson; 6. 71- Hudson O'Neal; 7. 22*- G.R. Smith; 8. 1*- Chub Frank; 9. 16H- Mike Hammerle; 10. 2H- Nick Hoffman
Heat 1: 1.20- Rodney Sanders ; 2.15s- Donny Schatz ; 3.18- Eric Wells ; 4.28E- Dennis Erb Jr ; 5.15- Steve Francis ; 6.16T- Tyler Bruening ; 7.116- Brandon Overton ; 8.14M- Morgan Bagley