IRA v Knoxville Challenge 5-12-07
|Tommy Sexton||Scotty Neitzel||Ian Madsen|
|Brian Brown||Ryan Irwin||Andy Hunt|
|Ty Bartz||Travis Whitney||John Haeni|
|Scott Uttech||View of the pits||Scott Biertzer|
|Scott Young||Toni Lutar||Jon Corbin|
|Calvin Landis||Ricky Logan||Natalie Sather|
|Jesse Gianetto||Ryan Roberts||Mark Dobmeier|
|Car's in the Tech Area||Jack Dover||Mike Reinke|
|Bill Warren||Dusty Zomer||Dennis Moore Jr.|
|Dave Uttech||Pete Crall||Kim Mock|
|Johnny Anderson||Rick Ideus||Nate Van Haaften|
|John Hall||View of the pits||View of the pits|
|Josh Higday||Josh Schneiderman||John Schulz|
|John Kearney||Brett Mather||Tyler Thompson|
|Frankie Heimbaugh||Steve Meyer||Billy Hafemann|
|Dustin Lindquist||Greg Jones||Kaley Gharst|
|Lynton Jeffrey||Billy Alley||Bronson Maeschen|
|Scott Winters||View of the pits||Brent Antill|
|Davey Heskin||Mike Deavers||Ryan Anderson|
|Russell Borland||Bill Balog||Todd King|
|Mike Moore||View of the pits||View of the pits|
|View of the pits||Overhead view of the pits||Overhead view of the pits|
|Event Trophies||Center of Infield & Hall of Fame||Push Trucks ready for work|
|Center of Infield||Center of Infield||Center of Infield|
|Front straight & tuens 1 & 2||Turns 3 & 4||Turn 1|
|Turns 1 & 2||Center of Infield||View of the pits|
|View of the pits||Doug Clark setting up the flagstand||Drivers Meeting|
|View of the pits||Scott Young||John Haeni|
|Scott Biertzer||Bill Balog||John Haeni|
|Jack Potter||Billy Alley||Mike Reinke|
|Travis Whitney||Mark Dobmeier||Scotty Neitzel|
|Jack Potter||Toni Lutar||John Haeni|
|Scott Young||Travis Whitney||Dennis Moore Jr.|
|Mark Dobmeier||Todd King||Dennis Moore Jr.|
|Bill Warren||John Haeni||Ian Madsen & Scott Young|
|Ian Madsen||John Haeni||410's ready to push off|
|Dave Uttech||Kim Mock||Dave Saffell|
|Randy Anderson||Tony Shilling||Billy Hafemann & Clint Garner|
|Dave Uttech||Kim Mock||Jordan St. Arnold|
|Russell Borland||Dave Saffell||Calvin Landis|
|Ricky Logan||Ty Bartz||Ryan Anderson|
|Ricky Logan & Clint Garner||Brent Antill||Andy Hunt|
|Kim Mock||410's ready to push off||Scott Winters|
|Scott Uttech & Rager Phillips||Ryan Irwin||Dusty Zomer|
|Brian Brown||Kim Mock||Scott Uttech & Clint Garner|
|Greg Young||Bob Weauve||Jack Dover|
|Tommy Sexton||Rager Phillips||Scott Uttech & Dusty Zomer|
|Mike Deavers||Dustin Lindquist||Dustin Lindquist|
|Tyler Thompson||Rager Phillips||Bryan Dobesh|
|Jake Peters||Tom Lenz||Bryan Dobesh|
|Johnny Anderson||Tom Lenz||Matt Moro|
|Tyler Thompson & Pete Crall||Tyler Houseman||Josh Higday|
|Larry Pinegar III||Natalie Sather||Joe Beaver|
|Nate Mosher||Nate Mosher||Ryan Roberts|
|Joe Beaver||John Kearney celebrated 360 Feature Win atop his wing.||John Kearney is interview by Mike Roberts in Victory Lane|
|John Kearney in Victory Lane|
Results Courtesy of Bill Wright
Whitney (1st car out to time) led the IRA contingent to
one (started): 1. Ryan Anderson 71R (1) 2. Mark Dobmeier 13 (2) 3. Lynton Jeffrey 12 (3)
4. Mock 1m (4) 5. Whitney 9T (6) / 6. Jon Corbin 15 (9) 7. Lutar 4x (5) 8. Jack Dover 53
(7) 9. Ty Bartz 75 (8) 10. Tommy Sexton Jr. 83D (11) 11. Billy Hafemann 2B (10) 12. Scott
Uttech 3K (12) 13. Russel Borland 23 (13)
Anderson led flag to flag in the 8 lapper. Corbin was strong and shot by Whitney on the
low side for the final transfer with two to go, but was trapped behind the lapped car of
Borland and Whitney took advantage by pulling away at the end.
two (started): 1. Landis 70 (6) 2. Scott Neitzel 2w (2) 3. Young 3 (4) 4. Ra. Anderson 81
(5) 5. Davey Heskin 56 (3) / 6. Tony Shilling 47T (7) 7. Rager Phillips 9 (9) 8. Bill
Wirth 53w (12) 9. Steve Meyer 85m (1) 10. Mike Deavers 72 (10) 11. Bob Weuve 19 (11) 12.
Robert Bell 71 (13) 13. Brian Brown 21 (8)
took the early lead. After a disappointing time trial (30th), Brown had charged into a
transfer spot by lap three, when he coasted to a stop and exited. Neitzel led Landis, Ra.
Anderson, Young and Heskin back to green. Landis used the low side of turns one and two to
make his winning move on the restart. Shilling was all over Heskin for the final transfer
but fell short. Young used the low side to drive by Ra. Anderson for third.
three (started): 1. Dusty Zomer 1z (4) 2. Ricky Logan 10 (2) 3. Clint Garner 40 (1) 4.
Alley 55 (6) 5. Scott Winters R19 (8) / 6. Reinke 02 (5) 7. John Haeni 21J (3) 8. Mike
Moore 69 (11) 9. Bronson Maeschen 96 (7) 10. Todd King 97 (9) 11. Greg Jones 3J (12) 12.
Andy Hunt 9A (10) DNS - Bill Warren 95
four (started): 1. Kaley Gharst 3* (2) 2.
checked out on the field after a second lap flip by D. Uttech. On the lap two restart,
Balog who was running fourth stuttered, and Antill and Moore Jr. jumped him for fourth and
(started): 1. King (1) 2. M. Moore (6) / 3. Deavers (3) 4. Hafemann (2) 5. Weuve (7) 6.
Madsen (5) 7.
King led flag to flag in the 10 lapper. He had to hold off the charges of M. Moore who made the bottom work to move into second.
(started): 1. Brown (11) 2. Reinke (3) 3. Meyer (5) 4. Maeschen (9) / 5. Lutar (2) 6.
Potter (1) 7. Shilling (8) 8. Corbin (13) 9.
spun over the berm before a lap could be completed and restarted at the tail. Reinke led
the pack early in the 12 lapper. Brown was slicing through the pack from row six and by
the halfway point, had the lead. Lap seven contact between Phillips and Balog resulted in
their spins and a caution. Brown led Reinke, Meyer, Lutar and Potter back to green with
five to go. Maeschen restarted in seventh and waited until the final corner to grab the
final transfer from Lutar. Brown pulled away.
(started): 1. Zomer (1) 2. Gharst (16) 3. Jeffrey (10) 4.
got over the turn one cushion, which had built a large berm, and flipped before a lap
could be completed. He was uninjured. Zomer took off from the beginning in the 20 lapper.
Meanwhile, Young tracked him while Jeffrey and Gharst made strides toward the front.
Jeffrey moved by Young for second around the halfway point, while Gharst picked his way
through the top five. B main winner Brown was eighth by lap 17 when his powerplant went up
in smoke, slowing the event. Winters also retired with a smoking bullet. Zomer gave up a 9
second lead (half a lap) and led Jeffrey, Gharst,
one (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Josh Higday 2x (1*) 2. Matt Moro 2m (2*) 3. Nate
Van Haaften 3 (3*) 4. Gregg Bakker 11x (6*) 5. Bryan Dobesh 2D (7) 6. John Hall 7H (4) 7.
Russ Hall 29 (8) 8. Tom Lenz 8L (5) 9. Jody Rosenboom K9 (9)
left the field behind in the 7 lapper. Bakker and Dobesh were the men on the move. Bakker
came just shy of besting Van Haaften, while Dobesh won a good battle with J. Hall for
fifth. Nonetheless, he missed the passing points cut by one spot.
two (started, *qualified for feature): 1. John Kearney 86 (4*) 2. Alan Zoutte 33 (1*) 3.
Pete Crall 1 (6*) 4. Dave Hall 51 (8*) 5. Johnny Anderson 7a (5) 6. Jake Peters 57x (7) 7.
Tyler Thompson 48 (3) 8. Tyler Houseman 50 (2) 9.
three (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Brett Mather 54 (2*) 2. Rick Ideus 5 (6*) 3.
Nate Mosher 22N (1*) 4. Joe Beaver 53 (5*) 5. Frankie Heimbaugh 04 (3) 6. Mike Houseman
Jr. Y2 (7) 7. Travis Porter 31P (9) 8. Jeff Mitrisin 10 (4) DNS - Josh Schneiderman 49 (8)
led lfag to flag. Mitrisin slowed on lap three while running fourth. He exited and was
done for the night. Ideus finished a strong run in second, while Beaver used a last lap
slingshot of Heimbaugh to nail fourth.
four (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Natalie Sather 94s (1*) 2. Ryan Roberts 18R
(6*) 3. Mitch Runge 28 (3*) 4. Larry Pinegar II 00 (5*) 5. Jesse Giannetto 86x (8) 6. John
Schulz 2 (7) 7. CJ Houseman Y5 (4) DNS - Dustin Selvage 7 (2), Don Dawson II 6D (9)
looked smooth in a mostly single-file affair.
(started): 1. Dobesh (1) 2. Giannetto (2) 3. J. Anderson (3) 4. Peters (5) 5. Houseman Jr.
(6) / 6. Heimbaugh (4) 7. Schulz (7) 8. J. Hall (8) 9. Thompson (11) 10. Schneiderman (17)
11. R. Hall (9) 12. Rosenboom (16) 13. Lenz (13) 14. T. Houseman (14) 15. Porter (10) 16.
CJ Houseman (12) 17. St. Arnold (15) DNS - Mitrisin, Selvage
led throughout in the 10 lapper. The mostly single-file affair saw Peters move into fourth
on lap two behind the top three runners.
shot out to the early lead from the pole. On lap five, Mosher shot over the right rear of
Van Haaften and dumped it hard in turn four. He was unhurt. Van Haaften changed his right
rear tire and continued. Moro led Sather, Higday, Roberts and
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