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410 Twin Features Night at Knoxville Raceway

7-11-09

Brian Brown Matt Covington Kyle Bell
Randy Martin Skip Jackson Brooke Tatnell's Hauler
Terry McCarl Dusty Zomer Johnny Anderson
Jonathan Cornell Dustin Selvage Chad Heimbaugh
Tim Kaeding's Roth Motorsports Hauler Tim Kaeding Johnny Herrera
View of the pits Brooke Tatnell Seth Brahmer
Scott Winters Toni Lutar View of the pits
Kerry Madsen Josh Schneiderman Hall of Fame Museum
Ryan Roberts Gregg Bakker Fuel Sales Vender
Ryan Anderson Matthew Reed View of the pits
Chris Morgan Chad Kemenah Kaley Gharst
Tasker Phillips Rager Phillips Austin McCarl
View of the pits Dusty Zomer Chad Humston
Ricky Montgomery Josh Paddleford Glen Hunt
Matt Moro Tom Lenz Nate Van Hafften
Jon Agan Davey Heskin Mark Dobmeier
Pete Cornell Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits
Bronson Maeschen Calvin Landis Drivers Meeting
Center of infield & Hall of Fame View Turns 1 & 2 Center of infield
Center of infield View of infield View of turns 3 & 4
View of the pits View of the pits View of the pits
View of the pits Victory Lane & center of infield  
     

Results & Story Courtesy of Bill Wright

Knoxville Raceway

Twin Features Night 

32 410s

28 360s 

410s 

Terry McCarl (17th car out to time) set quick time at 15.163 seconds.  Brian Brown (3rd car out) was second quick, followed by Dusty Zomer (8th), Mark Dobmeier (2nd), Johnny Herrera (19th), Don Droud Jr. (7th), Josh Higday (1st), Ryan Anderson (4th), Skip Jackson (16th) and Calvin Landis (13th).  Rager Phillips failed to get a time in, but since his brother Tasker was using his back-up, he took over on that car before the heats. 

Heat one (started): 1. Scott Winters 23w (1) 2. Tim Kaeding 83 (7) 3. Kerry Madsen 55 (2) 4. Landis 70 (3) 5. Kaley Gharst 7K (9) / 6. T. McCarl 24 (6) 7. Higday 81 (4) 8. Mike Moore 69 (8) 9. Dobmeier 13 (5) 10. Chris Morgan 7c (10) DNS - Tasker Phillips 7TAZ 

Winters did a nice job throughout leading the 8-lap distance.  Dobmeier got over the cushion in turn two and did a good job to save it, but he fell to the back of the pack and spun on lap three.  The restart saw Winters ahead of Madsen, a charging Kaeding, Landis, T. McCarl and Gharst.  Gharst found a way around T. McCarl after the restart to grab the fifth and final transfer. 

Heat two (started): 1. Herrera 2w (5) 2. Chad Kemenah 63 (2) 3. Brown 21 (6) 4. Ry. Anderson 71R (4) 5. Davey Heskin 56 (1) / 6. Bronson Maeschen 1 (3) 7. Wayne Johnson 14AJ (10) 8. Lynton Jeffrey 12 (8) 9. Rager Phillips 10 (11) 10. Seth Brahmer 13v (7) 11. Toni Lutar 4x (9) 

Kemenah wrestled the early lead from Heskin, but Herrera was on his way forward, and took the point on lap three.  Heskin and Maeschen battled back and forth for the final transfer, before the former grabbed it for good late.  The track was really starting to slick off. 

Heat three (started): 1. Josh Schneiderman 49 (1) 2. Brooke Tatnell 21AU (3) 3. Jackson 2 (4) 4. Billy Alley 22 (2) 5. Zomer 17G (6) / 6. Droud Jr. 47 (5) 7. Bob Weuve 19 (8) 8. Austin McCarl 17A (7) 9. Matthew Reed v92 (9) 10. Pete Crall 1PC (10) 

Schneiderman led flag to flag.  Contact between Weuve and Crall on lap five resulted in Crall flipping down the backstretch.  He wa uninjured.  The restart, with four laps to go, saw Schneiderman leading Tatnell, Alley, Jackson, Droud Jr. and Zomer.  The best battle was for the final transfer, and Zomer grabbed it after the restart. 

B main (started): 1. T. McCarl (1) 2. Dobmeier (2) 3. Droud Jr. (3) 4. Higday (4) 5. W. Johnson (13) / 6. Jeffrey (9) 7. Maeschen (5) 8. Moore (8) 9. Brahmer (6) 10. Morgan (15) 11. Weuve (10) 12. Reed (12) 13. Lutar (11) 14. A. McCarl (7) 15. R. Phillips (14) DNS - Crall, T. Phillips 

R. Phillips was warned once, and disqualified on the second try at green for jumping.   T. McCarl led the pack once underway, getting his only challenge when Dobmeier pulled beside him with four to go in the 12-lapper.  W. Johnson slid under Maeschen and Jeffrey in one move with two to go to complete a charge from row seven and grab the final transfer to the A.

 A main #1 (started): 1. Herrera (3) 2. T. McCarl (16) 3. Zomer (2) 4. Tatnell (7) 5. Droud Jr. (18) 6. Jackson (5) 7. Alley (10) 8. Madsen (8) 9. Landis (6) 10. Winters (11) 11. Heskin (12) 12. Ry. Anderson (4) 13. Gharst (15) 14. Schneiderman (13) 15. Brown (1) 16. Kaeding (14) 17. Kemenah (9) 18. Dobmeier (17) 19. W. Johnson (20) 20. Higday (19) 

Brown grabbed the ealry advantage before a lap two fracas involving six cars brought things to a screeching halt.  Alley was tagged from behind sending him sideways.  Five other cars were collected in the mess with Alley being the only one to continue after extensive repairs.  Johnson, who was treated for a leg injury, Dobmeier, Kemenah, Higday and Kaeding were all involved.  Only Alley and Dobmeier were able to start the second feature.  Brown led Zomer, Herrera, Landis and Tatnell back to green flag racing.   Brown pulled away with what seemed like ease.  Herrera and Zomer battled for second, with Herrera gaining the spot on lap 11.  Around lap 8, Brown began to smoke heavily.  The motor had had enough on lap 15 and he coasted to a stop after building a four second lead with five laps to go.  Herrera inherited the point ahead of Zomer, T. McCarl from 16th, Tatnell and Madsen and held on for his 14th career Knoxville win.   McCarl earned hard-charger honors, barely edging out Droud's late run into the top five. 

A main #2 (started): 1. Madsen (7) 2. Herrera (14) 3. T. McCarl (13) 4. Gharst (2) 5. Droud Jr. (10) 6. Alley (8) 7. Brown (15) 8. Ry. Anderson (3) 9. Tatnell (11) 10. Jeffrey (17) 11. Jackson (9) 12. Heskin (4) 13. Winters (5) 14. Maeschen (18) 15. Schneiderman (1) 16. Landis (6) 17. Zomer (12) 18. Moore (19) 19. Brahmer (20) 20. Dobmeier (16) DNS - Kaeding, Kemenah, W. Johnson, Higday 

Schneiderman led the first nine laps on a track that was slicking up close to the fence.  Madsen overtook Gharst for second when he slipped over the cushion, and took the lead on lap ten.   Schneiderman's great run would come to an end with a flat right rear on lap 16.   With great racing happening throughout the pack, Madsen led Gharst, Herrera, whose pass for second was negated by the caution, Ry. Anderson and McCarl back to green flag racing.  Herrera worked by Gharst shortly after the restart to move into second, while McCarl picked off Ry. Anderson and then Gharst for third.  T. McCarl battled with Herrera, missing second by hundredths of a second.  Herrera was the hard-charger.  Madsen held on for the win, his 16th at Knoxville. 

360s 

Heat one (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Chad Humston 1m (1*) 2. Jon Corbin 4 (4*) 3. Gregg Bakker 11x (5*) 4. Austin Alumbaugh 33A (2*) 5. Clint Garner 40 (7*) 6. Johnny Anderson 2a (9*) 7. Ricky Montgomery 9m (10) 8. Tom Lenz 8L (6) 9. Nate Van Haaften 3 (8) 10. Kyle Bellm 14K (3) 

Humston was able to grab the lead from Alumbaugh early on.  Corbin worked his way into second at the halfway point, and Bakker shot into third on teh last lap. 

Heat two (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Dennis Moore Jr. 20 (4*) 2. Dustin Selvage 7 (6*) 3. Jay Russell 76 (2*) 4. Matt Covington 95 (8*) 5. Ryan Roberts 18 (3*) 6. Jon Agan 54 (7) 7. Nate Mosher 22N (1) 8. Matt Moro 2m (5) DNS - Bryan Dobesh 10 

Russell shot out to an early lead in an ex-Terry McCarl Maxim.  On lap two, Agan came to a stop.  Russell led Mosher, Moore Jr., Moro and Selvage back to the green.   Covington moved up to fifth by the white flag lap.  Moro tried to slide him, but couldn't get him cleared.  The two made contact and Moro flipped hard.  He was unhurt.  Now Moore Jr. led Russell, Selvage, Mosher and Covington back to green flag racing.  Selvage overtook Russell for second, while Covington took Mosher for fourth.   

Heat three (started, *qualified for feature): 1. Randy Martin 14 (8*) 2. Jonathan Cornell 28 (1*) 3. Tyler Thompson 48 (2*) 4. Dave Hall 51 (7*) 5. Rod Richards 12 (3) 6. Josh Padellford 34 (9*) 7. Brad Foster 00 (6) 8. Glen Hunt G74 (5) 9. Chad Heimbaugh 04 (4) 

Cornell shot out ot an early advantage, while Martin quickly stormed to third on lap one, and then second.  On lap four, Heimbaugh stopped, slowing things.  Cornell led Martin, Thompson, Richards and D. Hall back to the green.  Martin won the "Show Me" battle for the point, and D. Hall came on lap for fourth. 

B main (started): 1. Agan (3) 2. Montgomery (2) 3. Mosher (4) 4. Lenz (6) / 5. Van Haaften (7) 6. Foster (5) 7. Richards (1) 8. Bellm (9) 9. Heimbaugh (10) 10. Hunt (8) DNS - Moro, Dobesh 

A main (started): 1. Cornell (5) 2. D. Hall (4) 3. Garner (13) 4. Moore Jr. (11) 5. Selvage (10) 6. Anderson (14) 7. Alumbaugh (1) 8. Humston (9) 9. Covington (6) 10. Roberts (16) 11. Bakker (7) 12. Martin (12) 13. Agan (17) 14. Russell (3) 15. Mosher (19) 16. Montgomery (18) 17. Corbin (8) 18. Padellford (15) 19. Lenz (20) 20. Thompson (2) 

An invert of twelve made things interesting and we saw some charges through the pack.   Alumbaugh led lap one, but Cornell took over the next time around.  On lap five of fifteen, Thompson stopped with a flat left rear and retired.  The restart saw Corbin ahead of Alumbaugh, D. Hall, Moore Jr. and Covington.  D. Hall worked by Alumbaugh, but had nothing for the leader.  Meanwhile, battles raged through the field, including Garner's charge to third which earned him hard-charger honors.   Cornell's win was his third already this season at Knoxville.

 

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