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The World of Outlaws & 360 Sprints

At Knoxville Raceway 6-27-09

Brant O'Banion View of the pits Jason Meyers
Gary Brazier Brian Brown Tim Kaeding
Josh Schneiderman Lynton Jeffrey Billy Alley
Jac Haudenschild Haulers Danny Lasoski
Johnny Herrera's Hauler Johnny Herrera View of the pits
Sam Hafertepe Jr. Wayne Johnson Skip Jackson
Rager Phillips View of the pits Donny Schatz
Brian Ellenberger Terry McCarl Joey Saldana
Lucas Wolfe Seth Brahmer Kerry Madsen
Austin McCarl Calvin Landis Davey Heskin
World of Outlaws Support Trailer Brett Mather Dennis Moore Jr.
Matt Moro Joe Beaver Tom Lenz
Nate Van Haaften Josh Padleford Jon Agan
Travis Cram David Hall Johnny Anderson
Lou Kennedy Jay Russell Knoxville Pella Motors Pace Truck
Pete Crall Chris Morgan Ryan Anderson
View of the pits Dusty Zomer Steve Kinser
Jason Sides Kraig Kinser Brooke Tatnell
Bronson Maeshcen View of the pits View of the pits
Infield & Hall of Fame Infield & turn 3 Infield & Hall of Fame
Front straight & Turns 3 & 4 Center of infield Center of infield
Center of infield & Hall of Fame Front straight & turns 1 & 2 Drivers Meeting
Drivers Meeting View of the pits Victory Lane & center of infield
     

Results & Story Courtesy of Bill Wright

 

41 410s

35 360s 

410s 

Jason Myers (7th car out to time) set quick time at 14.866 seconds on a heavy track.   Bronson Maeschen (28th car out) was second quick, followed by Lucas Wolfe (15th), Donny Schatz (22nd), Johnny Herrera (16th), Lynton Jeffrey (6th), Jason Sides (1st), Joey Saldana (13th), Steve Kinser (30th) and Terry McCarl (31st).  Skip Jackson and Sammy Swindell failed to get times in after engine problems in hot laps.  Swindell was able to be ready to start at the tail of his heat, while Skip was a scratch.  Herrera underwent a motor change as well after hot laps. 

Heat one (started): 1. S. Kinser 11 (2) 2. Herrera 2w (3) 3. Meyers 14 (4) 4. Kerry Madsen 55 (1) 5. Brian Brown 21 (5) / 6. Rager Phillips 10I (8) 7. Craig Dollansky 19 (7) 8. Garry Brazier 1AU (9) 9. Brant O'Banion 30 (10) 10. Wayne Johnson 14AJ (6) DNS - Skip Jackson 2 

S. Kinser jumped into the early lead in the 8-lapper and Herrera followed him by Madsen in the non-stop event.  W. Johnson was running sixth when he exited on lap four.   Phillips passed Dollansky late but fell one spot shy of a transfer. 

Heat two (started): 1. T. McCarl 24 (2) 2. Tim Kaeding 83 (1) 3. Jeffrey 12 (3) 4. Dusty Zomer 17G (6) 5. Danny Lasoski 6 (5) / 6. Brooke Tatnell 21AU (7) 7. Maeschen 1 (4) 8. Chris Morgan 7K (9) 9. Davey Heskin 56 (8) 10. Pete Crall 1PC (10) 

With the cushion only worked a little over a quarter of the way up the track, Kaeding utilized it to an early lead.  McCarl squeezed under him on lap three, and led the remainder.   Zomer got a great jump outside of Maeschen to jump into fourth right away. 

Heat three (started): 1. Don Droud Jr. 47 (1) 2. Kraig Kinser 20 (2) 3. Sides 7s (3) 4. Wolfe 5w (4) 5. Mark Dobmeier 13 (7) / 6. Seth Brahmer 13v (5) 7. Calvin Landis 70 (6) 8. Mike Moore 69 (9) 9. Ryan Anderson 71R (8) 10. Bob Weuve 19w (10) 

Droud Jr. pulled away with this one.  Dobmeier made early passes of Anderson and Landis, and then passed Brahmer close to the halfway point for the final transfer spot. 

Heat four (started): 1. Schatz 15 (4) 2. Billy Alley 22A (2) 3. Saldana 9 (3) 4. Sam Hafertepe Jr. 15H (5) 5. Josh Schneiderman 49 (1) / 6. Jac Haudenschild R19 (7) 7. Sammy Swindell 10 (10) 8. Brian Ellenberger 22 (6) 9. Austin McCarl 17A (8) 10. Scott Winters 23w (9) 

Alley led the first circuit before Schatz took over.  Alley ran a steady race to lock down a dash spot.  Schneiderman was shuffled back to fifth early, but held on the rest of the way, edging Haudenschild for the last transfer. 

Dash (started): 1. T. McCarl (2) 2. K. Kinser (4) 3. S. Kinser (6) 4. Wolfe (1) 5. Schatz (10) 6. Droud Jr. (7) 7. Herrera (5) 8. Alley (3) 9. Meyers (8) 10. Kaeding (9) 

McCarl led the 6-lap distance in a new track record time of 1:32.1.  Schatz was the prime mover, improving his starting position two rows. 

B main (started): 1. W. Johnson (1) 2. Brahmer (2) 3. Dollansky (6) 4. Landis (4) / 5. Ellenberger (3) 6. Swindell (17) 7. Tatnell (5) 8. Ry. Anderson (9) 9. Phillips (7) 10. Heskin (10) 11. Brazier (11) 12. Haudenschild (8) 13. Winters (16) 14. Moore (13) 15. Morgan (14) 16. A. McCarl (12) 17. Crall (18) 18. O'Banion (15) DNS - Maeschen, Weuve, Jackson 

Swindell slowed before a lap could be completed.  W. Johnson led early.  Dollansky moved into the fourth and final transfer spot on lap four, passing Landis.  Landis would work by Ellenberger to grab the spot back later on.  Swindell's charge from teh tail could have used a caution as he fell two spots short. 

A main (started): 1. McCarl (1) 2. Schatz (5) 3. K. Kinser (2) 4. S. Kinser (3) 5. Sides (12) 6. Meyers (9) 7. Wolfe (4) 8. Herrera (7) 9. Droud Jr. (6) 10. Kaeding (10) 11. Lasoski (17) 12. Madsen (14) 13. Brown (16) 14. Saldana (13) 15. Alley (8) 16. W. Johnson (20) 17. Dollansky (23) 18. Hafertepe Jr. (19) 19. Haudenschild (25, pr.) 20. Zomer (21) 21. Jeffrey (11) 22. Dobmeier (24) 23. Ellenberger (26, pr.) 24. Schneiderman (15) 25. Brahmer (18) 26. Landis (22) 

McCarl led the distance in the non-stop 25-lapper to his second new track record of the night.   This one was set at 6:53.8.  K. Kinser remained close much of the race and the pair battled side by side for a few laps.  McCarl did an adequate job of getting through traffic, and began putting lapped cars between himself and K. Kinser.  The dicing back and forth through the field kept things interesting, especially with the leaders in traffic.  Schatz made a late race move into the top three and then took K. Kinser for second with a few laps to go.  Sides moved up seven spots to earn hard-charger honors.  The win was McCarl's 44th career victory at Knoxville, moving him into fourth place by himself, behind Lasoski, Kinser and Wolfgang.  It was worth $10,000. 

360s 

Heat one (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Chad Humston 1m (4*) 2. Travis Cram 71 (2*) 3. Matt Moro 2m (5*) 4. Nate Van Haaften 3 (6*) 5. Dennis Moore Jr. 20 (9*) 6. Josh Padellford 34 (8) 7. Jeff Heffner 14J (3) 8. Nate Mosher 22N (7) 9. Lou Kennedy Jr. 21K (1) 

Cram got the jump on the field in the 7-lapper, but Humston was on a rail and overtook him on lap four.  Moro made a key pass of Van Haaften with three to go for third after a nice duel. 

Heat two (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Ryan Roberts 18 (1*) 2. Dustin Selvage 7 (3*) 3. Clint Garner 40 (5*) 4. Rod Richards 12 (2) 5. CJ Houseman 80x (4) 6. Mike Houseman Jr. Y2 (7) 7. Jay Russell 76 (9) 8. Dan Thornburg 57T (8) 9. Bryan Dobesh 10 (6) 

Dobesh took a nasty ride into turn one after his front axle snapped.  He was unhurt.   Roberts led flag to flag once the race went green, despite constant pressure from Selvage who used the low side.  Garner overtook Richards with two laps to go in a race-long battle for third. 

Heat three (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Gregg Bakker 11x (3*) 2. Jon Agan 54 (5*) 3. Alan Zoutte 33 (1*) 4. Jon Corbin 15 (9*) 5. Tom Lenz 8L (7) 6. Ryan Bickett 17B (8) 7. Tyler Thompson 48 (4) 8. Dylan Peterson 25 (6) 9. John Hall 7H (2) 

Zoutte led the first lap, but J. Hall took over with a pass on the high side.  He looked to cruise to victory until losing power on the white flag lap in turn three.  Corbin was the prime mover. 

Heat four (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Dave Hall 51 (1*) 2. Tasker Phillips 7TAZ (2*) 3. Joe Beaver 53 (3*) 4. Jonathan Cornell 28 (5*) 5. Brett Mather 12m (4) 6. Johnny Anderson 2a (6) 7. Ricky Montgomery 9m (7) DNS - Chad Heimbaugh 04 

D. Hall dusted the field in a mostly single-file affair. 

B main (started): 1. Mather (6) 2. Lenz (2) 3. Montgomery (12) 4. Russell (8) / 5. CJ Houseman (4) 6. Padellford (3) 7. J. Anderson (9) 8. Mosher (13) 9. Thompson (11) 10. Houseman Jr. (7) 11. Richards (1) 12. Kennedy Jr. (16) 13. Bickett (5) 14. Thornburg (14) 15. Heffner (10) 16. Peterson (15) DNS - J. Hall, Heimbaugh, Dobesh 

Lenz led early in the 10-lapper.  Peterson stopped on lap four with mechanical problems.   The restart saw Lenz leading Mather, CJ Houseman, Montgomery from 12th, and Richards.  Mather made his winning pass on lap six, while Russell grabbed the last transfer spot from CJ Houseman with three laps to go. 

A main (started): 1. Garner (3) 2. Phillips (2) 3. Van Haaften (1) 4. Cornell (16) 5. Selvage (7) 6. D. Hall (8) 7. Moro (4) 8. Moore (13) 9. Agan (10) 10. Bakker (11) 11. Beaver (15) 12. Roberts (9) 13. Mather (17) 14. Montgomery (19) 15. Zoutte (14) 16. Cram (5) 17. Russell (20) 18. Lenz (18) 19. Corbin (6) 20. Humston (12) 

16 year old Phillips led the 15-lapper early before Humston hit the turn three wall hard and helicoptered back across the track.  He was unhurt.  The restart saw Phillips ahead of Van Haaften, Garner, Moro and D. Hall on the fast track.  Garner quickly disposed of Van Haaften and then made his winning move for his first win of the season and third 360 win overall on lap four.  The only remaining stoppage came when Corbin, who was running eighth on lap five, tumbled in turn four.  He was uninjured.   Cornell was sixth by the restart and finished fourth, earning hard-charger honors and $200.

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