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Hoffman Completes Big Gator Triumph; Hawkins, Taylor and Stalder Earn Victories

By Clayton Johns

BARBERVILLE, FL - February 22, 2017 - Jacob Hawkins won the battle, but Nick Hoffman won the war and the Big Gator as the overall 2017 UMP Modified DIRTcar Nationals champion at Volusia Speedway Park on Tuesday night. Hawkins, Jonathan Taylor, and JE Stalder all added Gator trophies to their mantles after winning one of three UMP Modified features on night eight of the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals.

Triple 15-lap features on the last of eight straight nights of UMP Modified competition were lined up based on DIRTcar Nationals point standings with the bottom third in feature 1, middle third in feature 2 and highest third in the final 15-lap event.

In the final UMP Modified feature of the week, Hawkins of Fairmont, WV went on a tear. He drove the No.13 from the ninth starting spot, passing eight cars in seven laps to take the lead. Hawkins then led the final eight in the same fashion he ran all week - in the top lane, against the cushion - to score his second win of the DIRTcar Nationals.

“That’s my preferred line. I always enjoy it when I can get up there and hustle the car a little bit,” Hawkins said. “I have to congratulate Nick Hoffman on thee [Big Gator] win. It wasn’t for a lack of effort on our part. He definitely was the class of the field all week. I’m glad we were able to pull this last win off.”

Despite Hawkins’ lightning-quick effort, Hoffman of Mooresville, NC turned in a second-place finish. His fourth-straight podium result edged Hawkins by just one point to win the Big Gator for the second straight year.

“We were really dominant last year and to come back this year and do the same thing means a lot,” Hoffman said. “I was a little worried there when he got to second when we had the caution and I was back in sixth. Luckily everybody picked the bottom on the restart and I was able to pick a few of them off right there.”

Stalder of Martins Ferry, Oh. started on the pole for the first 15-lap feature and paced every lap to secure the win. He held off a late surge from Robert Garnes of Ripley, WV who tried to slide to the number one spot in the final two corners.

“It’s great,” Stalder said of his first Volusia win. “I’ve been coming here for a lot of years. I’ve had a lot of bad luck and finally turned it around tonight.”

AJ Fike of Galesburg, Ill. earned a third-place finish ahead of 15-year-old Mooresville, NC native Slater McCray, grandson of former NASCAR racer Ron Hornaday. Jared Spalding of Troy, Penn. representing the University of Northwestern Ohio team rounded out the top-five in feature 1.

In the second feature, Taylor of Saltsburg, Pa. launched from the fourth-starting spot to lead the opening lap. Taylor found the outside groove to his liking, banging his right-rear tire against a small cushion. He opened a convincing lead that was eliminated by a red flag when Blake Spalding hit the front stretch wall and flipped on his roof on lap seven. He was uninjured by the incident.

The short break didn’t seem to both Taylor, as he drove away from former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton on the restart. Taylor’s victory was never in doubt as he crossed the finish line 1.9 seconds ahead of Crafton.

“I’m speechless,” Taylor remarked in Victory Lane. “This is absolutely a dream come true, the highlight of my career.”

“We’ve struggled this week, unfortunately, but the last two nights with a little bit of moisture in the track we’ve really learned a lot. We’ve just tried to keep going and I think tonight it finally paid off,” Taylor said.

Chase Collins of Jacksonville, Fla., Garrett Stewart of Leesburg, Fla. and Austin Holcombe of Elm City, NC rounded out the top-five in feature 2.

The Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds now takeover as the open-wheel component at the 46th DIRTcar Nationals. The “Beasts of the Northeast” join the DIRTcar Late Models on Wednesday night before the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series invades the track for three nights beginning on Thursday. Tickets are available online at www.dirtcar.ticketforce.com or by calling 1-844-DIRT-TIX.

46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park
DIRTcar UMP Modified Notebook - February 21, 2017

Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 17JE-J.E. Stalder [1]; 2. 28X-Robert Garnes [3]; 3. 69-AJ Fike [2]; 4. 9S-Slater McCray [10]; 5. 01-Jared Spalding [9]; 6. 18I-Jason Intoppa [11]; 7. 2J-Troy Johnson [7]; 8. 7S-Paul Shead [12]; 9. Z06-Larry Mott [4]; 10. 71M-Shayne Meadows [6]; 11. 07-Jeff Thomas [8]; 12. 17A-Charles O’Neal [13]; 13. 00-Will Norris [5].

Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 5-Jonathan Taylor [4]; 2. 88-Matt Crafton [5]; 3. 2x4-Chase Collins [10]; 4. 67-Garrett Stewart [6]; 5. 8A-Austin Holcombe [3]; 6. D4-Dave Jamieson [2]; 7. 64JR-Billy Workman Jr. [9]; 8. 22T-Tony Anderson [8]; 9. 28B-Jason Brookover [11]; 10. 12K-Scotty Kincaid [13]; 11. 9G-Erny Gingerich [14]; 12. 4-Mike Learman [7]; 13. 11N-Gene Nichols [1]; 14. 1-Blake Spalding [12].

Feature 3 (15 Laps): 1. 13-Jacob Hawkins [9]; 2. 2-Nick Hoffman [10]; 3. 8-Kyle Strickler [13]; 4. 77-Ray Bollinger [2]; 5. 90-Jason Beaulieu [4]; 6. 45J-Johnny Broking [1]; 7. 36-Kenny Wallace [6]; 8. K9-Will Krup [7]; 9. 49-Brian Ruhlman [8]; 10. 9-Ken Schrader [3]; 11. 54-Larry Burkins [14]; 12.17T-Tyler Evans [12]; 13. 35-David Stremme [5]; 14. 65-Josh Rice [DNS].

* Lineups were set based on the 2017 DIRTcar Nationals UMP Modified point standings and inverting the top-10 in each race.

 

 


 
 
Chris Madden Grabs A Gator
 
BARBERVILLE, FL- February 20, 2017- On the seventh day of the 46th annual DIRTcar Nationals, 43 Late Models migrated to Volusia Speedway Park to test their luck at the 'World's Fastest Half-Mile'. The season opening swing through Georgia and Florida continues and drivers are hoping to leave the track with a coveted Gator trophy in the passenger seat. Chris Madden began his collection of gators tonight.
 
Madden steadily gained ground on pole sitter and race leader Brian Shirley who had made a significant breakaway from the rest of the field early in the race. With the help of a restart, Madden was able to make a pass on the high-side of Brian Shirley on lap 13 to claim the lead.
 
"We got a good restart and then we were able to get out in the clean air and we had a pretty good car tonight," said Chris Madden. "It was too tight the first 10 or so laps but overall we had a great race car. I'm going to take this [Gator] home to my little man, Avery."
 
Shirley was running a line on the bottom of the track which seemed to be working for him until Madden tested the waters in the middle of the track and started catching up.
 
"It's a damned if you do, damned if you don't deal," said Shirley in response to his choice to run the bottom of the track. "I mean he got around us there and got away from me and I just changed my line and reeled him back in. I know we had a car capable of winning the race."
 
Chub Frank was also among the front runners Monday night and was trailing closely behind Shirley and Madden until his right-rear tire exploded. Frank doesn't have a full crew right now, so with the help of his friend and relative, Doug Eck, and a few others he had a new tire on quickly, but had to restart at the rear. He ultimately finished 21 of the 24-car Feature.
 
DIRTcar Racing Late Models will continue to run through Wednesday and the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series will pick up on Thursday. Tickets for the event are available here or by calling 844-DIRT-TIX.
 
 
 

World of Outlaws Statement Regarding Incident at Volusia Speedway Park

BARBERVILLE, FLA. - Feb. 20, 2017 - On Sunday, February 19 a racecar involved in a multi-car accident became airborne and landed off the racing surface, injuring three participants during the 46th annual DIRTcar Nationals, a World of Outlaws-sanctioned dirt track racing event hosted by Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Fla.

The three individuals were standing in what is commonly referred to as the "pit area" or "pits." The pit area at a World of Outlaws event is separate from the main grandstand and is where the teams participating in the event stage their race cars and support equipment. The individuals struck by the race car were treated immediately by emergency personnel on hand at the event and transported to Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.

While racing side by side entering Turn 1 at the Speedway several sprint cars touched sparking a chain reaction accident in the middle of the 24-car field. One car was hit by another and subsequently made heavy contact with a steel guardrail betweens Turn 1 and Turn 2. The car's momentum carried it forward flipping it into the air and towards the catch fence. The car made contact with the upper portion of the catch fence in Turn 2, tumbling over the fence. As it was coming to a stop it struck the individuals referenced above. The driver of the race car was not injured.

The guard rail used at Volusia Speedway Park is the same type of guardrail used on most major interstates across America and can be found at motorsports venues of all types and classifications. The catch fence installed at Volusia Speedway Park relies on a combination of steel posts, wire mesh and heavy duty steel retention cables as is common in motorsports applications. The World of Outlaws will run 148 races at 83 different race tracks in 32 states during the 2017 season. Each facility is unique, but must meet the safety requirements established by its insurance provider in order to host a World of Outlaws event.

"The safety and well being of every individual attending a World of Outlaws, whether as a participant in the pit area, a fan in the grandstand, a concession worker, race official or emergency responder is a priority." said World of Outlaws President Tom Deery. "The World of Outlaws compete at the best dirt tracks in the country, we are constantly evaluating and implementing new procedures to improve safety at our events and have already begun that process in response to this weekend's incident. We ask the racing community to keep the individuals who have not yet been released from the hospital in their prayers and plan to respect their privacy as requested by the families."

February 19, 2017 - Three participants in the pit area were injured in an incident at a DIRTcar Nationals World of Outlaws event at Volusia Speedway Park Sunday night when a car went through the fence in turn two. All patients were treated by emergency personnel immediately according to safety protocol and transported to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.

 

UPDATE: Feb. 20, 4:00AM

We would like to extend a thank you for everyone's thoughts and prayers for the three participants injured in the pit area Sunday night during the 46th running of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. 

Two of the three individuals remain in the care of medical staff at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.  Each have family present at the hospital and have requested privacy at this time.

Michael Brooks, 69, of Kalamazoo, Mich., is one of the individuals involved. His family and friends are at Halifax Health Medical Center and have requested privacy. 

Meanwhile, Gary Streek, of the United Kingdom, has been discharged. His uncle, Alan Wardel, was admitted after experiencing some discomfort while visiting Streek at Halifax, but has since been discharged as well.

 

UPDATE: Feb. 20, 11:00AM

Justin Allgaier Motorsports Crew Chief Kelly Kovski sustained injuries during the mishap Sunday night. He is being treated at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL. and is listed in stable condition according to a statement issued by Justin on behalf of the family.  

The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates all prayers and well wishes. They would also like to thank the first responders and medical staff for their rapid response. 

Justin will not compete in the remainder of the DIRTcar Nationals events this year and wishes to thank those teams and crew members who assisted in getting the car loaded so that everyone could get to the hospital to be with Kelly.

The 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park will continue as scheduled with racing tonight.

 

Hat Trick: Hoffman Wrangles Third Gator

 

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 19, 2017 – For the third time this week, Nick Hoffman dominated all 20 laps of the A-Main to earn a Gator trophy during the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on Sunday afternoon. The race was the completion of Saturday’s rain-postponed event.

Hoffman of Mooresville, NC picked the pole starting position for Sunday’s matinee via the redraw after winning his heat. From there, he jumped out to a convincing lead, but a trio of cautions, including one with three laps to go, allowed Taylor Cook of Stanley, NC to challenge for the win.

As the yellow flags helped to push the door open for Cook, Hoffman slammed it shut with a smooth run around the bottom of the track over the final three laps to earn the victory.

“Nothing’s going wrong now that we’re rolling,” Hoffman said in Victory Lane. “[The car] was really good. I just ran the bottom and made sure to hit all my marks. Taylor, hats off to him. He ran a great race. We’ll just keep it rolling and make sure nothing falls off tomorrow. We’ll try and get that big check [on Monday].”

The runner-up result was the second top-five finish of the week for Cook, whose previous best DIRTcar Nationals finish was a fourth on Thursday night.

“Last night [after qualifying], we were worried we weren’t even going to make this show let alone Monday night’s show,” Cook said. “To have a run like that is awesome. We had a really good night on Thursday. Wednesday and Friday we struggled a bit. I went backwards on some of the changes I made the other two nights. It seems pretty good now.”

 

Larry Burkins of St. Augustine, Fla. rounded out the podium finishers with a third-place finish, his best of the week at Volusia.

 

Hoffman set fast time in time trials on Saturday night with a lap of 18.359 seconds, his fourth quick time award of the week. Other heat race winners were Campbell River, BC driver Jason Beaulieu, Jason Brookover of Washington, WV, and Robbie Eilers of Highland, Ill.

Hoffman, Cook and Burkins are locked into Monday’s $5,000-to-win UMP Modified Gator Championships along with the remainder of the top-10 finishers, including Robbie Eilers, Tyler Nicely, Johnny Broking, David Stremme, Ray Bollinger, Jeff Mathews and Zeke McKenzie.

46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park

 

DIRTcar UMP Modified Notebook – February 18-19, 2017

 

A-Main - (20 Laps) - 1. 2-Nick Hoffman [1]; 2. 21C-Taylor Cook [8]; 3. 54-Larry Burkins [3]; 4. 3E-Robbie Eilers [4]; 5. 25-Tyler Nicely [9]; 6. 45J-Johnny Broking [7]; 7. 35-David Stremme [5]; 8. 9. 33-Jeff Mathews [14]; 9. 77-Ray Bollinger [2]; 10. 24Z-Zeke McKenzie [6]; 11. 90-Jason Beaulieu [10]; 12. 88-Matt Crafton [12]; 13. 2x4-Chase Collins [16]; 14. 8-Kyle Strickler [34]; 15. 22T-Tony Anderson [20]; 16. 28B-Jason Brookover [15]; 17. 98-Shon Flanery [13]; 18. 40B-Kyle Bronson [21]; 19. D4-Dave Jamieson [28]; 20. 9S-Slater McCray [17]; 21. 14T-Tyler Clem [11]; 22. 6-Dylan Browning [33]; 23. 5-Johnathan Taylor [29]; 24. 18I-Jason Intoppa [19]; 25. 2J-Troy Johnson [25]; 26. Z06-Larry Mott [27]; 27. 17A-Charles O’Neal [31]; 28. 2M-David Mitchell [23]; 29. 11T-Dugan Thye [18]; 30. 96J-Matt Johnson [22]; 31. 78-Rich Pratt [24]; 32. 23-Ryan Cripe [DNS]; 33. 58-Devin Dixon [DNS].

 

Qualifying Group 1 - 1. 2-Nick Hoffman, 18.359; 2. 25-Tyler Nicely, 18.580; 3. 35-David Stremme, 18.744; 4. 98-Shon Flanery, 18.794; 5. 5-Jonathan Taylor, 19.023; 6. 2J-Troy Johnson, 19.368; 7. 9S-Slater McCray, 19.410; 8. 6-Dylan Browning, 19.716.

 

Qualifying Group 2 - 1. 90-Jason Beaulieu, 18.360; 2. 54-Larry Burkins, 18.864; 3. 33-Jeff Mathews, 18.867; 4. 24Z-Zeke McKenzie, 19.201; 5. 23-Ryan Cripe, 19.697; 6. 11T-Dugan Thye, 20.589; 7. 96J-Matt Johnson, 21.984; 8. 58-Devin Dixon, No Time.

 

Qualifying Group 3 - 1. 28B-Jason Brookover, 18.663; 2. 45J-Johnny Broking, 18.818; 3. 77-Ray Bollinger, 18.840; 4. 14T-Tyler Clem, 18.891; 5. Z06-Larry Mott, 19.241; 6. 18I-Jason Intoppa, 19.289; 7. 2M-David Mitchell, 19.784; 8. 17A-Charles O’Neal, 21.579.

 

Qualifying Group 4 - 1. 3E-Robbie Eilers, 18.664; 2. 2x4-Chase Collins, 18.728; 3. 88-Matt Crafton, 18.779; 4. 22T-Tony Anderson, 18.942; 5. 21C-Taylor Cook, 18.967; 6. 78-Rich Pratt, 19.207; 7. D4-Dave Jamieson, 19.241; 8. 8-Kyle Strickler, 19.265.

 

Heat 1 (8 Laps – Top 3 finishers transfer to A-Feature, Winner Redraws) - 1. 2-Nick Hoffman [4]; 2. 35-David Stremme [2]; 3. 25-Tyler Nicely [3]; 4. 98-Shon Flanery [1]; 5. 9S-Slater McCray [7]; 6. 40B-Kyle Bronson [9]; 7. 2J-Troy Johnson [6]; 8. 5-Johnathan Taylor [5]; 9. 6-Dylan Browning [8].

 

Heat 2 (8 Laps – Top 3 finishers transfer to A-Feature, Winner Redraws)- 1. 54-Larry Burkins [3]; 2. 24Z-Zeke McKenzie [1]; 3. 90-Jason Beaulieu [4]; 4. 33-Jeff Mathews [2]; 5. 11T-Dugan Thye [6]; 6. 96J-Matt Johnson [7]; 7. 23-Ryan Cripe [DNS]; 8. 58-Devin Dixon [DNS].

 

Heat 3 (8 Laps – Top 3 finishers transfer to A-Feature, Winner Redraws) - 1. 77-Ray Bollinger [2]; 2. 45J-Johnny Broking [3]; 3. 14T-Tyler Clem [1]; 4. 28B-Jason Brookover [4]; 5. 18I-Jason Intoppa [6]; 6. 2M-David Mitchell [7]; 7. Z06-Larry Mott [5]; 8. 17A-Charles O’Neal [8].

Heat 4 (8 Laps – Top 3 finishers transfer to A-Feature, Winner Redraws) - 1. 3E-Robbie Eilers [4]; 2. 21C-Taylor Cook [5]; 3. 88-Matt Crafton [2]; 4. 2x4-Chase Collins [3]; 5. 22T-Tony Anderson [1]; 6. 78-Rich Pratt [6]; 7. D4-Dave Jamieson [7]; 8. 8-Kyle Strickler [8].

 

 

 

Saturday, February 18th Portion of DIRTcar Nationals Postponed Due to Rain

 

Event will resume Sunday with doubleheader with the World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing UMP Modifieds.

 

BARBERVILLE, Fla. – February 18, 2017 – Night five of DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park has been postponed due to persistent rain setting up a doubleheader event starting Sunday afternoon.

Saturday, Feb. 18th postponed event will resume with grandstand and pit gates opening at 11:30am. Hot laps and qualifying will resume starting at 12:00pm.

Fans that have tickets and/or a wristband for Saturday’s World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series and DIRTcar Racing UMP Modified portion of DIRTcar Nationals can bring their ticket stub and/or wristband to the gate for re-entry to the first portion Sunday’s DIRTcar Nationals doubleheader.

The evening portion of the doubleheader will start with pit gates opening at 4:00pm; the grandstands will re-open at 5:00pm. Hot laps for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series starting at 6:00pm followed by qualifying.

For more information about DIRTcar Nationals by visiting www.DIRTcarNationals.com or follow DIRTcarNats on Twitter and Facebook.com/DIRTcar

 

 

UMP Modified Gator Nationals Qualifying Explained

The fifth night of competition for the DIRTcar UMP Modified during the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park is also the first of two qualifying nights for the $5000-to-win Gator Nationals on Monday.

The over 70 drivers who have competed this week were given a choice to qualify for Monday’s event on either Saturday or Sunday night. Currently, 38 drivers are schedule to race on Saturday night and another 35 on Sunday.

The top-10 finishers in each night’s feature races are guaranteed starters in Monday’s Gator Nationals. As a result, a top-five finish on Saturday or Sunday guarantees a piece of valuable real estate inside the top-10 starting spots on Monday night.

“Track position here means a whole lot,” said Trent Young of Crofton, Ky. “Getting qualified in well and trying to be in the first three or four rows is huge because the competition’s so stiff that it’s going to be hard to pass, it’s going to be hard to make up time on these guys who are so fast.”

Drivers who fail to qualify directly to Monday’s A-feature through either of the Saturday or Sunday qualifying races will have another chance at the final eight starting spots through B-Mains on Monday night. Taylor Cook of Stanley, NC echoed Young’s sentiments and stressed the importance of qualifying through the front door for the best shot at the $5,000 prize.

“If I’ve learned anything while I’ve been down here, its starting position is the fastest was to be fast,” said Taylor Cook of Stanley, NC. “You can’t make up much ground from the back. It’s really important that you start up front.”

Starting at the front of the A-Main on Monday begins with a fast qualifying lap around the big half-mile on the weekend. A solid qualifying laps leads to a better chance at qualifying directly through the heat race.

“Usually the first lap you try to put down a conservative lap,” Cook said of his qualifying strategy. “It’s a smooth lap so you can put a respectable time down. If you feel good about that, on your second lap you go as hard as you can.”

For a full of schedule events at the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals, visit www.dirtcarnationals.com.

 

DIRTcar Nationals - DIRTcar UMP Modifieds Point Standings (as of 2/18)

 

SPOT CAR # DRIVER 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/17 TOTAL
1 49 Brian Ruhlman 75 70 80 53 278
2 13 Jacob Hawkins 80 53 70 60 263
3 2 Nick Hoffman 44 80 55 80 259
4 36 Kenny Wallace 70 65 60 39 234
5 K9 Will Krup 65 45 45 75 230
6 35 David Stremme 55 75 32 55 217
7 90 Jason Beaulieu 49 65 27 49 190
8 10Y Trent Young 47 38 37 65 187
9 3E Robbie Eilers 28 31 51 70 180
10 9 Ken Schrader 27 51 75 26 179
11 7 Justin Allgaier 51 43 53 31 178
12 77 Ray Bollinger 53 35 42 45 175
13 72 Todd Neiheiser 60 30 35 36 161
14 65 Josh Rice 20 47 49 43 159
15 45J Johnny Broking 41 36 47 28 152
16 3L Jeff Leka 45 42 36 27 150
17 67 Garrett Stewart 30 60 26 27 143
18 8 Kyle Strickler 42 29 25 44 140
19 21C Taylor Cook   39 65 35 139
20 25 Tyler Nicely 21 34 41 41 137
21 98 Shon Flanary 30 41 38 27 136
22 2X4 Chase Collins 29 44 33 30 136
23 5 Jonathon Taylor 39 27 24 42 132
24 64JR Billy Workman Jr 36 24 44 26 130
25 4 Mike Learman 28 49 27 22 126
26 22T Tony Anderson 38 18 43 26 125
27 88 Matt Crafton 24 40 31 29 124
28 17T Tyler Evans 43 19 24 37 123
29 54 Larry Burkins 35 26 34 25 120
30 12K Scotty Kincaid 40 26 22 25 113
31 24Z Zeke McKenzie 29 23 27 33 112
32 D4 Dave Jamison 23 33 23 32 111
33 11N Gene Nicholas 24 37 30 15 106
34 1 Blake Spaulding 26 32 29 17 104
35 28B Jason Brookover 33 24 27 20 104
36 8A Austin Holcombe 34 26 26 17 103
37 9S Slater McCray 29 21 23 23 96
38 0 Will Norris 27 27 20 21 95
39 2J Troy Johnson 26 22 25 21 94
40 1 Jared Spaulding 30 18 22 24 94
41 17JE J.E. Stalder 31 25 20 17 93
42 58 Devin Dixon     40 51 91
43 71 Jessie Hoskins 22 22 25 21 90
44 71M Shayne Meadows 25 20 21 24 90
45 2M David Mitchell 28 19 21 20 88
46 9G Ernie Gingerich 21 25 19 23 88
47 6B Dave Baldwin 25 18 24 18 85
48 89W Rick Weitekamp 24 22 19 19 84
49 7 Jeff Thomas 20 23 18 22 83
50 96J Matt Johnson 25 20 20 16 81
51 06Z Larry Mott 22 21 18 20 81
52 14T Tyler Clem     39 40 79
53 33 Jeff Matthews   25 28 24 77
54 43 Kyle Schmidt 32 27 17   76
55 23 Ryan Cripe 31 24 19   74
56 11T Dugan Thye 27 20   22 69
57 83 Ray Ciccrelli 26 21 18   65
58 23G Robbie Gates   23 23 16 62
59 25B Shawn Beasley   17 26 18 61
60 6 Dylan Browning   19 22 19 60
61 69 A.J. Fike 31 28     59
62 15 Hunter Gustafson 37 17     54
63 O5 David Wietholder 21 17   15 53
64 7S Paul Shead 23     25 48
65 78 Rich Pratt       47 47
66 71T Brent Thompson     21 23 44
67 98F Derek Fisher       38 38
68 28BX Robert Garnes       34 34
69 10 William Moores 23       23
70 17 Robbie Evans 22       22
71 45 Bob Broking 20       20
72 17A Charles Oneal       19 19
73 76 Layton Norris       18 18
74 18I Jason Intoppa       16 16
75 1B Brad Hall       14 14

 

DIRTcar Nationals - World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series Point Standings (as of 2/18)

 

Pos. Car Driver Total
1 41 Jason Johnson 150
2 49 Brad Sweet 146
3 77X Christopher Bell 144
4 21 Brian Brown 142
5 9 Daryn Pittman 140
6 49X Tim Shaffer 138
7 10H Chad Kemenah 136
8 24R Rico Abreu 134
9 17W Kerry Madsen 132
10 18 Ian Madsen 130
11 13 Mark Dobmeier 128
12 83 Joey Saldana 126
13 1B Dale Blaney 124
14 15 Donny Schatz 122
15 11k Kraig Kinser 120
16 19M Brent Marks 118
17 48 Danny Dietrich 116
18 7 Paul McMahan 114
19 87 Aaron Reutzel 112
20 1Z Lucas Wolfe 110
21 7S Jason Sides 108
22 27 Greg Hodnett 106
23 2 Shane Stewart 104
24 5 David Gravel 102
25 1A Jacob Allen 102
26 59S Ben Schmidt 90
27 40 Caleb Helms 90
28 13 Clyde Knipp 90
29 W20 Greg Wilson 90
30 O7 Jacob Wilson 90
31 1D Justin Henderson 90
32 1S Logan Schuchart 90
33 2X Parker Price-Miller 90
34 93 Sheldon Haudenschild 90
35 7W Tasker Phillips 90
36 24 Terry McCarl 90