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Brodix 360 Tournament of Champions Prelimary Night

with 410 Sprints at Knoxville Raceway 8-6-05

Zach Chappell Jason Martin Jesse Gianetto
Troy Meyer Rick Ideus John Kearney
Nick Eastin Terry Hinck Darren Stewart
Kerry McAlister Lee Sowell Chris Morgan
Chuck Swenson John Eldreth Seth Brahmer
Justin Parrish Josh Close Danny Jennings
Jeff Cook Jeff Van Dusen Jamie McDonald
Dave Anderson Brett Milburn Randy Martin
Josh Higday Tony Bruce Jr. Bryan Howland
Johnny Anderson Davey Heskin Dave Glennon
Cody Branchcomb Tim Allison Dennis Yoakam
Jake Peters Eric Jobe Glen Styres
Jerrod Smith Ricky Fauver Sam Hafertepe Jr.
Kevin Welsh Dave Ely View of the pits
View of the pits Mike Dussel Pete Crall
Dustin Selvage Adam West Dave Ely
Larry Ball Jr. Joe Beaver Mitchell Alexander
View of the pits View of the pits View of the pits
Nick Mulheim View of the pits Jake Martens
Rusty Potter Dustin Daggett Rager Phillips
Curt Michael Stacy Alexander Overhead view of the pits
Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits Tim Kaeding's Beefpackers Hauler
Victory Lane & Hall of Fame Center of infield View of turns 3 & 4
West end of infield View of front straight & turns 1 & 2 Center of infield
View of turns 1 & 2 & Hall of Fame View of front straight & turns 3 & 4 Center of infield
Center of infield Tony Crank Frankie Heimbaugh
Roger Rager Rusty Potter & Chris Morgan Loren Langerud
Curt Michael Mike Dussel Randy Martin
Jason Martin Rusty Potter Chuck Swenson
Jake Peters & Troy Meyer Dave Ely Jessie Gianetto
Jake Peters Kerry McAlister Glen Styres
John Kearney Scott Winters Zach Chappell
Josh Higday Bryan Howland Sye Anderson
Nate Van Haaften Rick Ideus Ryan Jamison
Dennis Yoakam Cody Branchcomb Tim Allison
Ricky Fauver Tony Bruce Jr. Dustin Daggett
Jonathan Allard Natalie Sather 360 Feature Winner Randy Martin - Max Dolder Photo

410 Sprints

Brian Brown Billy Alley Stephen Allard
Chad Meyer Kaley Gharst Kevin Swindell
Tyler Houseman Ricky Logan Colin Northway
Dusty Zomer Jerrod Hull Ian Madsen
Kerry Madsen Lucas Wolfe Justin Henderson
Don Droud Jr. Travis Rilat Jesse Hockett
Sammy Swindell View of the pits View of the pits
TJ Stutts Craig Dollansky Jason Meyers
Terry McCarl View of the pits Natalie Sather
John Lambertz Shane Stewart Jonathan Allard
Roger Crockett Toni Lutar Marty Perovich
Tiffan Wyzard Brooke Tatnell Stevie Smith
John VanDenBerg Lynton Jeffrey Jamie Moyle
Johnny Herrera View of the pits View of the pits
Daryn Pittman Tim Shafer Chris Walraven
Billy Alley Jason Myers Jon Agan
Danny Wood Billy Alley & Bob Weauve Don Droud Jr.
Johnny Herrera Terry McCarl Lynton Jeffrey & Brian Brown
Clint Garner Tim Kaeding John VanDenBerg
Johnny Herrera Brian Brown Marty Perovic
Jaymie Moyle Kevin Swindell Car's ready to push off
TJ Stutts Sammy Swindell Brooke Tatnell
Chad Meyer Jesse Hockett Roger Crockett
Kerry Madsen Lucas Wolfe & Danny Wood Stephen Allard & Danny Lasoski
Danny Wood Ricky Logan Danny Lasoski
Shane Stewart Stevie Smith Stevie Smith & Jesse Hockett
Roger Crockett & Tyler Housemen 410 Feature Winner Danny Lasoski - Max Dolder Photo Randy Martin won the 360 Feature at Knoxville Raceway Saturday Night - Max Dolder Photo

Results Courtesy of Bill Wright

53 410s
71 360s

410s

Heat one (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Tim Shaffer 6 (1*) 2. Skip Jackson 2 (5*) 3. Jonathan Allard 0 (3*) 4. Justin Henderson D11 (7*) 5. Craig Dollansky 7 (9*) 6. Mike Moore 69 (2) 7. Tim St. Arnold 7w (6) 8. Jon Agan 4 (8) 9. Natalie Sather 94s (10) 10. John Lambertz 12L (4) 11. Jason Meyers 14 (11)

Passing points were used with the high car count. The top 20 in points qualified for the A. Shaffer led the distance in dominating fashion despite two caution periods. The first came on lap three when Lambertz spun, collecting Meyers, who was trying to squeeze between the 12L and the wall. The impact caused severe damage to Meyers machine and he was done for the night, while Lambertz would return for the B. Two laps later, Sather would spin but no one could touch Shaffer. Dollansky did well to move up four spots and earn an A main start.

Heat two (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Kevin Swindell 1K (1*) 2. Billy Alley 22 (2*) 3. Terry McCarl 24 (9*) 4. Don Droud Jr. 17G (3) 5. John VanDenBerg 7x (7) 6. Chris Walraven 56 (4) 7. Ryan Anderson 71R (11) 8. Jaymie Moyle 5m (8) 9. Jerrod Hull 50H (6) 10. Bob Weuve 19w (5) 11. Tiffany Wyzard 5T (10)

K. Swindell led flag to flag, with the only slowdown being a lap two spin by Wyzard. McCarl put on a great charge, benefiting from the caution restart, and captured third with a last lap pass. VanDenBerg was in his first outing in the McCarl 7x.

Heat three (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Daryn Pittman 21P (2*) 2. Tim Kaeding 83 (6*) 3. Brian Brown 21 (11*) 4. Lynton Jeffrey 4AU (3) 5. Kaley Gharst 44G (1) 6. Dusty Zomer 1z (8) 7. Matt Moro 47 (10) 8. TJ Stutts 2K (9) 9. Jamie Zaputil 1zz (5) 10. Marty Perovich 17AU (4) 11. Johnny Herrera 45x (7)

Pittman led early before a lap two stoppage for Moro who stalled. The restart saw Pittman leading Gharst, Kaeding, Jeffrey and Zomer back to green falg racing. Kaeding quickly took second to trail Pittman to the line. Brown was putting on an incredible show and earned passing honors for the night moving up eight spots. A move on the restart saw him pass Zomer and Jeffrey in one swoop. Herrera exited while in the top five on lap three. Perovich exited on lap four.

Heat four (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Brooke Tatnell 8 (2*) 2. Sammy Swindell 5 (4*) 3. Chad Meyer 1w (3*) 4. Kerry Madsen 55 (6*) 5. Travis Rilat 29 (10*) 6. Ricky Logan 10 (8) 7. Brent Antill 1 (7) 8. Stephen Allard 35 (5) 9. Lucas Wolfe 5w (9) 10. Robert Bell 71 (1)

Tatnell led flag to flag. Meyer jumped the berm on the first circuit, and did a nice job of averting disaster, comeing home third. Rilat's charge was impressive in possibly the most stout heat of the night.

Heat five (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Jesse Hockett 75 (3*) 2. Ian Madsen F5 (1*) 3. Danny Lasoski 20 (6*) 4. Stevie Smith 19 (10*) 5. Shane Stewart 26 (5) 6. Roger Crockett 11 (2) 7. Toni Lutar 4x (7) 8. Danny Wood 14AJ (9) 9. Tyler Houseman 50 (8) 10. Colin Northway 60 (4)

Hockett wrestled the lead from I. Madsen on the first lap and pulled away to a dominant win in the family car. Lasoski jumped the initial start and was sent to the rear by Doug Clark. He redeemed himself by storming back to third. Smith also put on a great charge in moving up six spots. Northway exited on lap six.

C main (started): 1. Wood (1) 2. Agan (2) / 3. S. Allard (4) 4. Lambertz (10) 5. Moyle (3) 6. Wolfe (8) 7. Hull (6) 8. Weuve (11) 9. Herrera (14) 10. Zaputil (7) 11. Bell (13) 12. Sather (5) 13. Houseman (9) 14. Perovich (12) DNS - Northway, Meyers, Wyzard

Agan led early before Moyle worked under him on the second go-around in the 10 lapper. Two laps later, Sather spun in turn two collecting Houseman, who got upside down. He was uninjured. Moyle led Agan, Wood, S. Allard and Hull back to green flag racing. As Agan took the lead and battled with Moyle, Wood pinned himself on the low side and passed the two leaders to take the point for good. He nailed down the win despite another lap 8 Sather spin.

B main (started): 1. Droud (1) 2. VanDenBerg (2) 3. Stewart (8) 4. Logan (7) / 5. Moro (9) 6. Zomer (6) 7. Anderson (4) 8. St. Arnold (11) 9. Wood (15) 10. Crockett (12) 11. Antill (14) 12. Lutar (13) 13. Stutts (16) 14. Moore (10) 15. Gharst (5) 16. Jeffrey (3) 17. Agan (17)

Droud led flag to flag. Antill stopped on lap 3 of 12 to bring out the only caution. Droud led VanDenBerg, Jeffrey, Logan and Stewart back to the green flag. Stewart was on the move and grabbed third from Logan with two to go and just came short of overtaking VanDenBerg at the line. Agan exited on lap three. Jeffrey exited on lap 6, Gharst did the same on lap 8.

A main (started): 1. Lasoski (1) 2. Pittman (7) 3. S. Swindell (3) 4. Hockett (9) 5. Shaffer (5) 6. Alley (13) 7. Jackson (8) 8. Stewart (23) 9. K. Swindell (4) 10. Brown (12) 11. K. Madsen (20) 12. Kaeding (10) 13. Rilat (16) 14. Logan (24) 15. Henderson (15) 16. VanDenBerg (22) 17. Meyer (19) 18. I. Madsen (14) 19. J. Allard (17) 20. Smith (2) 21. Droud (21) 22. McCarl (11) 23. Tatnell (6) 24. Dollansky (18)

Lasoski led the distance in this 20 lapper. Rubber developed quickly, allowing for little passing. By the time J. Allard stopped on the inside of turn one on lap 12, Dollansky and Tatnell had retired. Lasoski led Pittman, S. Swindell, K. Swindell and Hockett back to green flag racing. K. Swindell pulled beside his father on the back chute, but had the door slammed on him. The result was a loss of four spots. Allard made contact with the turn two wall on the white flag lap, but the restart proved nothing as Lasoski pulled away for win #86 at Knoxville. Stewart held hard-charger honors by moving up 15 spots.

360s

Heat one (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Curt Michael 99 (1*) 2. Nick Mulheim 38m (2*) 3. Loren Langerud 56 (7*) 4. Adam West 30 (9*) 5. Roger Rager 6R (8) 6. Jeff Cook 10c (6) 7. Tony Crank 9c (10) 8. Jamie McDonald NZ3 (3) 9. Josh Close 7J (11) 10. Mike Dussel 6 (5) 11. Frankie Heimbaugh 04 (4)

Michael led the distance despite a pair of cautions for Dussel, a victim of the two spin rule. Heimbaugh contacted a competitor at the first try at a green flag, suffered a flat left rear and was forced to the pits. The second restart, on lap five, saw Michael leading Mulheim, Cook, Rager and West. Cook and Rager got together down the backstretch. They kept it going, but lost their spots to Langerud who moved by the pair and West into third. West moved up into fourth in a good run.

Heat two (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Dustin Selvage 7 (4*) 2. Chris Morgan 7c (2*) 3. Randy Martin 14 (6*) 4. Jake Martens 48x (3) 5. Stacey Alexander 126 (8) 6. Jason Martin 36 (7) 7. Kevin Welsh 2w (1) 8. Troy Meyer 11m (10) 9. Rusty Potter 3P (5) 10. Louie Carufel 47x (9)

Morgan took the early advantage. Selvage was on a mission, having taken advantage of 80 practice laps a couple of weeks earlier. He hammered the bottom groove and roared by Morgan on lap six for the win and a birth in his second career feature. R. Martin followed the pair with a nice run to move into the A.

Heat three (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Larry Ball Jr. 5J (2*) 2. Jesse Giannetto D1 (3*) 3. Dave Ely 3 (4) 4. Jeff Mitrisin 10 (8*) 5. Justin Parrish 4G (1) 6. Mike Houseman Jr. Y5 (5) 7. Nick Eastin 25 (7) 8. Davey Heskin 56x (10) 9. Glenn Styres 0 (6) 10. Chuck Swenson X (9)

Ball led the distance. Mitrisin was the mover, finishing four spots ahead of his fourth row starting spot. Swenson exited on lap two.

Heat four (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Jake Peters 57x (2*) 2. John Kearney 83B (4*) 3. Josh Higday 24 (6*) 4. Pete Crall 11 (8*) 5. Bryan Howland 51H (5) 6. Kerry McAlister 15K (1) 7. Eric Jobe 23x (10) 8. Scott Winters R19 (9) 9. Brett Milburn 68AU (7) 10. Dave Anderson 53x (3)

Peters ran the high cushion, dusting the field. Crall, joined fellow rookie Selvage in a nice charge. Howland grabbed fifth on the last go-around, but it wasn't enough.

Heat five (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Bronson Maeschen 96 (2*) 2. Joe Beaver 53 (3*) 3. Johnny Anderson 7a (7*) 4. Dave Glennon 5 (5) 5. Lee Sowell 51x (6) 6. Dennis Yoakam 22D (1) 7. Ryan Jamison 51J (9) 8. Josh Schneiderman 49 (10) 9. Nate Van Haaften 3v (8) 10. Sye Anderson 37 (4)

Maeschen led flag to flag and he continues to build his confidence. J. Anderson needed to make a charge to get in, and he did, using his patented low groove. S. Anderson retired on lap five.

Heat six (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Zach Chappell 50z (2*) 2. Jarod Smith 48 (3*) 3. Rick Ideus 3R (1) 4. Dustin Daggett 85 (4) 5. Rager Phillips 9P (5) 6. Cody Branchcomb 94 (6) 7. Tim Allison 11A (10) 8. Ricky Fauver 5sp (9) 9. Jon Eldreth 25E (7) 10. David Hall 51 (8)

Eldreth was clipped by Branchcomb on the first try at green. The result was an Eldreth spin, which collected Fauver. Eldreth flipped as a result and was done for the night. Hall went high to avoid the melee and made heavy contact with the wall ending his night. Chappell wasted the field and led flag to flag. J. Smith and Ideus had a great battle for second, which J. Smith won in the last corner.

Heat seven (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Seth Brahmer 13 (3*) 2. Sam Hafertepe Jr. 15 (1) 3. John Schulz 2 (2) 4. Trevor Lewis 56T (4) 5. Darren Stewart 91 (7) 6. Tony Bruce Jr. 18 (6) 7. Jeff Van Dusen 56D (5) 8. Terry Hinck 21H (9) 9. Danny Jennings 61J (8) 10. Mitchell Alexander 6A (10)

Hafertepe led before a lap three caution for a stalled M. Alexander. Hafertepe led Brahmer, Schulz, Lewis and Jennings on the restart. Brahmer used a slidejob in turn one to take the point for good in a fine run. Jennings heat came to a close when he went pitside on lap three.

D main (started): 1. Jennings (9) 2. Hinck (1) / 3. Heimbaugh (12) 4. Styres (5) 5. Potter (4) 6. Dussel (8) 7. Milburn (6) 8. Carufel (11) 9. D. Anderson (13) 10. McDonald (2) 11. Van Haaften (7) 12. Close (3) 13. S. Anderson (10) DNS - Hall, Swenson, Eldreth, M. Alexander

Hinck led the six lapper until the white flag circuit when McDonald, running third, spun. Jennings had just passed him for second and slid Hinck for the lead on the restart to complete a nice run. Heimbaugh's charge from the rear ended one spot short of a transfer.

C main (started): 1. Jobe (1) 2. Cook (3) / 3. Bruce (9) 4. Winters (14) 5. Van Dusen (15) 6. Meyer (11) 7. Allison (2) 8. Houseman Jr. (4) 9. McAlister (5) 10. Eastin (10) 11. Hinck (18) 12. Jennings (16) 13. Fauver (17) 14. Heskin (13) 15. Jamison (7) 16. Schneiderman (12) 17. Yoakam (6) 18. Branchcomb (8) DNS - Welsh

Jobe led early before a Jennings spin on lap three. Jobe led Cook, Allison, Branchcomb and Houseman Jr. back to green flag racing. Two laps later, Branchcomb would retire. Winters and Van Dusen put in great runs, but it was not enough to move on in the 8 lapper.

B main (started): 1. Haftertepe (1) 2. Schulz (4) 3. Stewart (11) 4. Ideus (3) / 5. Martens (8) 6. Rager (5) 7. S. Alexander (6) 8. Daggett (9) 9. Jobe (18) 10. J. Martin (17) 11. Ely (2) 12. Howland (14) 13. Sowell (12) 14. Glennon (7) 15. Cook (19) 16. Parrish (13) 17. Crank (16) 18. Phillips (15) 19. Lewis (10)

Haftertepe led flag to flag in the 10 lapper. S. Alexander spun before a lap could be completed. He restarted at the tail and surged to 7th. Lewis also stopped with mechanical ills before a lap was in the books. Phillips made contact with someone on lap 7 and retired. With there laps to go, the restart saw Hafertepe leading Ideus, Schulz, Martens and a surging Stewart. Stewart would move up two spots, getting by Martens and then Schulz in the final corner to make his way into the A.

A main (started): 1. Martin (1) 2. J. Anderson (3) 3. Langerud (5) 4. Chappell (7) 5. Michael (6) 6. Giannetto (13) 7. Peters (9) 8. Beaver (15) 9. Stewart (23) 10. Maeschen (8) 11. Mitrisin (19) 12. Hafertepe (21) 13. Ball (10) 14. Ideus (24) 15. J. Smith (16) 16. Schulz (22) 17. West (2) 18. Brahmer (11) 19. Mulheim (17) 20. Selvage (12) 21. Kearney (4) 22. Higday (14) 23. Morgan (18) 24. Crall (20)

On the first try at green in the 15 lapper, Higday contacted the right rear of Maeschen. Higday broke his front end and spun in front of the field behind him. The incident collected Mulheim, Beaver, Ideus and Morgan, who also broke his front end. Mulheim and Beaver would be the only ones restarting. J. Anderson worked the bottom to lead the field. On lap six, Selvage spun. Now J. Anderson led R. Martin, Michael, Langerud and Chappell back to green flag racing. Four laps later, R. Martin who was running the cushion, shot around J. Anderson for the lead. J. Anderson passed R. Martin back in lapped traffic on the final circuit, and had the win wrapped up when Selvage spun again. The lead reverted back to R. Martin who held on for Knoxville win #17. Beaver did well to recover from the lap one incident to finish eighth. Stewart was the hard-charger moving up 14 spots. Kearney exited on lap 11.

 

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