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Friday August 7th

Jack Dover Sean McClelland Cale Conley
Brian Brown Seth Bergman Tim Crawley
Very muddy pit lanes after friday nights storm! Don Young Gary Wright
Terry McCarl Johnny Herrera Gavin Punch
Tommy Brant Kenny Jacobs Don Droud Jr.
Ben Gregg Ryan Bickett Chad Meyer
Danny Smith Sam Hafertepe Jr. Zach Chappell
Kevin Ramey Wade Nygard Justin Zimmerman
Seth Bergman Joe McCarthy Gregg Bakker
Robbie Wolfgang Steven Cross Lou Kennedy
Danny Wood Brad Sweet Bronson Maeschen
Rager Phillips Brady Bacon Brent Konfuss
Jay Russell Burch Hannsen Travis Rilat
Scott Winters Vintage Truck Steven Richardson
Ray Allen Kulhanek Dusty Zomer Jessee Hockett
Chad Heimbaugh Joe Beaver Garry Lee Maier
Kenny Jacobs Henry Van Dam Chris Schmelze
Davey Heskin Terry McCarl Gary Wright
Pit Venders Travis Rilat View of the pits
Ryan Roberts Russ Hall Tech Inspection area
Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits Cars lined up for Tech Inspection
Dennis Moore Jr. Kenneth Walker View of the pits
Hall of Fame Museum View of the pits View of the pits
View of the Midway View of front entrance NOS Booth
Center of infield & Hall of Fame Center of infield View of turns 3 & 4
View of the pits View of turns 1 & 2 View of the pits
Victory Lane Stage Event Trophies for Friday Top 3 Thurs: Wayne Johnson, Shane Stewart & Billy Alley Brandon Anderson Photo
     
     

Saturday August 8th

Dustin Daggett Johnny Anderson Tony Bruce Jr.
Danny Heskin Austin Allumbaugh Matt Covington
Nate Van Haaften Eric Balaccini Justin Henderson
Chad Corken View of the pits Jon Corbin
Taylor Malsam Jonathan Cornell RJ Johnson
Brian Parker Corey Moore Chad Humston
Tyler Godwin Brad Barickman JD Johnson
Jody Rosenboom Kyle Sager Jesse Hockett
Randy Martin Kevin Ingle Paul McMahan
Paul McMahan Billy Alley Dale Blaney
Austin McCarl Lou Kennedy Lee Grosz
Austin Wheatley Nate Mosher View of the pits
Matt Moro Pit Venders Ricky Logan
Kaley Gharst Ryan Anderson Dusty Zomer
View of the pits View of the pits View of the pits
View of the pits View of the pits Wayne Johnson
Jason Johnson View of the pits View of the pits
View of the pits View of the pits Ricky Logan's Hauler
View of the pits Mark Dobmeier Overhead view of the pits
Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits
Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits
Overhead view of the pits Center of infield & Hall of Fame Center of infield
Center of infield Center of infield View of turns 3 & 4
View of turn 1 View of turns 1 & 2 Victory Lane & Hall of Fame
360 Nationals Event Trophies Top 3 Saturday Terry McCarl, Billy Alley & Wayne Johnson Max Dolder Photo  
     
     

August 8th - 410 Sprints

Brian Brown Terry McCarl Davey Heskin
Cody Darrah Dale Blaney Toni Lutar
Johnny Herrera Tim Kaeding Ricky Montgomery
Ben Gregg View of the pits Jesse Hockett
Kerry Madsen's Hauler Pete Crall Matthew Reed
Skip Jackson Kerry Madsen Dusty Zomer
Chad Meyer Calvin Landis Chris Schmelze
Ty Bartz Jesse Gianetto View of the pits
Kaly Gharst Ryan Anderson Wayne Johnson
Paul McMahn Bob Weauve Lynton Jeffrey
View of the pits Greg Hall Terry McCarl
     

Results Courtesy of Bill Wright

360 Nationals Night #1

 52 cars

Billy Alley (9th car out to time) set the standard in time trials at 16.142.  Tony Bruce Jr. (14th car out) was second quick, followed by Greg Wilson (27th), Matt Covington (4th), Johnny Anderson (20th), Jason Johnson (18th), Clint Garner (30th), Chad Corken (5th), Eric Baldaccini (29th) and Austen Wheatley (19th).  It was crucial to draw a number in the first half of qualifying as the track dried out quickly.  Dustin Selvage and Joe Miller failed to get times in. 

Heat one (started): 1. Nate Van Haaften 3 (1) 2. Dale Blaney 6B (4) 3. Alley 22 (6) 4. Ryan Anderson 71R (2) / 5. J. Johnson 41 (5) 6. Randy Martin 14 (7) 7. Paul McMahan 3D (8) 8. RJ Johnson 71 (3) / 9. Brad Barickman 34B (9) 10. Darren Long 7L (10) 

Arguably the stoutest heat of the night saw McMahan come to a stop after a lap could be completed.   The hood had come loose and repairs were made before he rejoined the field.   Van Haaften led the distance in the 8-lapper that sent the first four finishers to the A, the next four to the B, and the final two to the C.  Alley worked the low side to gain spots while Blaney worked  up top.  J. Johnson was smoking after battling with Alley.  He was sixth with two laps to go, but made a late surge for the final transfer.  Ry. Anderson did all he could to hold him off and the difference was .018 of a second at the line. 

Heat two (started): 1. Wayne Johnson 14AJ (4) 2. Austin McCarl 17 (1) 3. Jonathan Cornell 28 (2) 4. Bruce Jr. 18T (6) / 5. Tasker Phillips 7TAZ (8) 6. Chad Humston 1m (9) 7. Jon Corbin 4x (3) 8. JD Johnson 98 (7) / 9. Garner 40 (5) 10. Rod Richards 12 (10) 

Garner and Phillips bumped at the start of the straight and Phillips came down to enter turn one, clipping Garner as the two made contact a second time.  Garner was turned around, and collected Richards, who could not avoid him.  Both drivers bent racecars and were done for the night.  McCarl led lap one, but W. Johnson aced the bottom side to lead the rest of the way. 

Heat three (started): 1. Kaley Gharst 7K (1) 2. Austin Alumbaugh 33A (4) 3. Lee Grosz 4J (7) 4. Danny Heskin 6 (2) / 5. Dave Hall 51 (3) 6. Ricky Montgomery 9m (8) 7. Corken 11 (5) 8. Jody Rosenboom 27 (9) / 9. Alan Zoutte 33 (6) DNS - Greg Wilson w20 

Wilson, who was third quick, lost a driveline before the green could fall, ending his night.   Gharst led the distance, with Grosz doing a nice job of moving up four spots to gain a transfer spot. 

Heat four (started): 1. Shane Stewart 57 (4) 2. Justin Henderson 99JR (1) 3. Nate Mosher 22N (2) 4. Matt Moro 2m (7) / 5. Covington 95 (6) 6. Baldaccini 4 (5) 7. Tayler Malsam 26 (3) 8. Lee Sowell 51s (8) / 9. Kyle McCutcheon 5 (10) 10. Tim Newman 18v (9) 

Henderson led lap one, but Stewart, who had a good qualifying effort, considering when he came out, dominated from lap two on out using a low line.  Moro battled by Baldaccini and Covington for the final transfer.  McCutcheon blew his only motor sky-high after the checkers. 

Heat five (started): 1. Jon Agan 54 (1) 2. Ricky Logan 10a (2) 3. Chuck Swenson X (4) 4. Dustin Daggett 2mx (3) / 5. J. Anderson 2a (6) 6. Wheatley 44w (5) 7. Kyle Sager 20KS (8) 8. Thomas Kennedy 20K (7) / 9. Kevin Ingle 2K (10) 10. Brian Parker 9 (9) 

Agan dusted the field in this one. 

C main (started): 1. Barickman (2) 2. Zoutte (1) / 3. Ingle (6) 4. Newman (3) 5. Parker (4) 6. Long (5) DNS - Wilson, Garner, Richards, McCutcheon, Joe Miller 78, Dustin Selvage 7 

Barickman led flag to flag in the 6-lapper (shortened from 10). 

B main (started): 1. J. Anderson (2) 2. Covington (1) 3. J. Johnson (3) 4. Baldaccini (5) / 5. McMahan (14) 6. Wheatley (6) 7. Corbin (8) 8. D. Hall (9) 9. Malsam (10) 10. Humston (18) 11. Martin (11) 12. Barickman (21) 13. RJ Johnson (7) 14. Corken (4) 15. Phillips (15) 16. Sager (17) 17. JD Johnson (12) 18. Sowell (16) 19. Rosenboom (19) 20. Montgomery (20) 21. Kennedy (13) 22. Zoutte (22) 

Covington led early before a lap five incident between Phillips and Sager, also collected Montgomery, Rosenboom and Kennedy.  Only Phillips and Sager would continue.   Covington led J. Anderson, J. Johnson, Baldaccini and Corken back to green flag racing in the 12-lapper.  Sowell suffered a flat right rear on lap eight, slowing things again.  The lead four remained the same.  On lap nine, debris slowed things again, but little changed in the lead pack.  McMahan moved forward with each restart, but needed another lap or two to gain the final transfer spot he needed. 

A main (started): 1. W. Johnson (5) 2. Stewart (3) 3. Alley (6) 4. Bruce Jr. (7) 5. Daggett (1) 6. Gharst (14) 7. J. Johnson (23) 8. Swenson (2) 9. Logan (13) 10. J. Anderson (21) 11. Agan (16) 12. Mosher (10) 13. Ry. Anderson (9) 14. Grosz (19) 15. Heskin (11) 16. Alumbaugh (4) 17. McCarl (15) 18. Van Haaften (12) 19. Baldaccini (22) 20. Moro (18) 21. Henderson (17) 22. Cornell (10) 23. Covington (20) DNS - Blaney 

Blaney's crew feverishly tried to fix a problem that resulted in the car not starting.  They got some extra time after Covington climbed the rear of Moro's car and performed a series of flips.  Moro continued minus his left rear shock.  Stewart shot under the front row starters to lead early in the 20-lapper.  Three laps were in the books when Moro came to a stop and went to the work area to make more repairs.  Stewart led Daggett, Swenson, W. Johnson and Bruce Jr. back to green.  Grosz spun six laps later with Stewart building on his lead ahead of W. Johnson, Daggett, Bruce Jr. and Alley.   The last 12 laps went non-stop.  W. Johnson moved under Stewart with 11 to go, and hugged the bottom of three and four, while entering low and exiting in the middle of turn two in cruising to the $3,000 win, his ninth career 360 tally at Knoxville.   Alley shot under Bruce Jr. to complete the podium.  Gharst put on a good charge to sixth, but J. Johnson was the hard-charger, driving from 23rd to 7th.

 

360 Nationals Night #2 

59 cars 

Cale Conley (6th car out to time) set a new 360 track record in his first visit to Knoxville at 15.973 seconds.  Jack Dover (1st car out) was second quick, followed by Kevin Ramey (15th), Danny Wood (44th), Terry McCarl (35th), Bronson Maeschen (51st), Kenny Jacobs (48th), Brad Sweet (45th), Dennis Moore Jr. (5th) and Brady Bacon (2nd).  The track stayed faster through qualifying than it did Thursday. 

Heat one (started): 1. Zach Chappell 50z (1) 2. Brian Brown 21 (3) 3. Maeschen 1 (5) 4. Don Young 75 (2) / 5. Conley 3c (6) 6. Henry Van Dam 23n (7) 7. Brent Kronfuss 9K (4) 8. Jay Russell 76 (9) / 9. Danny Smith 5$ (8) 10. Corey Moore 17c (10) 

Chappell led the distance in the 8-lapper.  Brown and Maeschen stuck the low side to move by Young.  Conley fell one spot short. 

Heat two (started): 1. Ryan Roberts 18 (1) 2. Davey Heskin 56 (4) 3. Dover 53D (6) 4. Lou Kennedy Jr. 21K (2) / 5. Jacobs 6K (5) 6. Wade Nygaard 9N (7) 7. Sean McClelland 1s (8) 8. Justin Zimmerman K9 (9) / 9. Joe McCarthy 19 (3) 10. Butch Hanssen 8K (10) 

Roberts led flag to flag.  A slowdown occured on lap two, when McCarthy and Hanssen tangled in turn one, eliminating Hanssen. 

Heat three (started): 1. Dusty Zomer 17G (1) 2. Gary Wright 9x (2) 3. Gregg Bakker 11x (4) 4. Johnny Herrera 45x (3) / 5. Sweet 91E (5) 6. Ramey 7m (6) 7. Gary Taylor 91 (7) 8. Robby Wolfgang 1a (9) / 9. Don Droud Jr. 2J (10) 10. Seth Bergman 23 (8) 

This heat may have been the stoutest of the week, and everyone was close to the same speed.  It resulted in not much passing, and the two fastest qualifiers heading to the B. 

Heat four (started): 1. Tim Crawley 88 (2) 2. Sam Hafertepe Jr. 15 (4) 3. Kenneth Walker 2w (1) 4. Garry Lee Maier 1x (3) / 5. Moore Jr. 20 (5) 6. Scott Winters 23w (7) 7. Jesse Hockett 13 (9) 8. Wood 94 (6) / 9. Joe Beaver 53 (8) 10. Ryan Bickett 17B (10) 

Crawley led throughout, but Hafertepe Jr. showed plenty of speed.  Maier slid across turn two with two laps to go to negate a bid by Moore Jr. for the final transfer. 

Heat five (started): 1. Ben Gregg 22B (1) 2. Rager Phillips 9P (2) 3. Travis Rilat 29 (4) 4. McCarl 24 (6) / 5. Brady Bacon 99 (5) 6. Brad Foster 00 (7) 7. Tommy Bryant 85 (9) 8. Russ Hall 29T (3) / 9. Chad Meyer 1w (8) DNS - Tyler Godwin 4c 

Gregg led the distance on the high side.  R. Hall shuffled back to the rear on lap one before regaining his momentum.  McCarl became the fourth of the ten fastest qualifiers to transfer to the A through the heats. 

C main (started): 1. McCarthy (1) 2. Hanssen (4) / 3. Bickett (6) 4. Bergman (3) 5. Meyer (5) 6. Ray Allen Kulhanek 5* (8) 7. Droud Jr. (9) 8. Smith (2) 9. Chris Schmelzle 57c (12) 10. Josh Padellford 34 (11) 11. C. Moore (7) 12. Gavin Punch 81AU (13) 13. Chad Heimbaugh 04 (15) 14. Steven Richardson 72 (16) 15. Steven Cross 19s (17) 16. Brandon Schure 21TX (10) 17. Travis Porter 31P (14) DNS - Beaver, Godwin 

McCarthy and Hanssen led the 10-lap distance, producing a sweep for Masters Classic regulars.   Schure went up in smoke in the late stages. 

B main (started): 1. Conley (1) 2. Ramey (2) 3. Wood (3) 4. Sweet (5) / 5. Bacon (7) 6. Moore Jr. (6) 7. Van Dam (10) 8. Taylor (12) 9. Hockett (19) 10. Winters (13) 11. Nygaard (11) 12. R. Hall (9) 13. McClelland (15) 14. Kronfuss (8) 15. Wolfgang (18) 16. Foster (14) 17. Russell (16) 18. Hanssen (22) 19. Bryant (20) 20. McCarthy (21) 21. Zimmerman (17) 22. Jacobs (4) 

After the first start was called back, contact from another car upended Jacobs before the green.   He was unhurt.  The third time was not the charm as Zimmerman flipped in turn four before a lap could be run.  One lap was in the books when McCarthy flipped hard in turn one.  No one was injured.  Conley led Ramey, Wood, Moore Jr. and Sweet back to green flag racing in the 12-lapper.  We were halfway home when Bryant came to a stop on the top of turn two.  By then, Sweet had moved by Moore Jr. for the final transfer and the lead four remained the same despite a great battle for second between Ramey and Wood. 

A main (started): 1. McCarl (7) 2. Brown (1) 3. Rilat (2) 4. Hafertepe Jr. (3) 5. Bakker (4) 6. Maeschen (6) 7. Maier (10) 8. Crawley (14) 9. Kennedy Jr. (12) 10. Heskin (5) 11. Wood (23) 12. Herrera (9) 13. Wright (13) 14. Zomer (18) 15. Ramey (22) 16. Phillips (15) 17. Sweet (24) 18. Conley (21) 19. Roberts (17) 20. Chappell (16) 21. Walker (19) 22. Dover (8) 23. Young (11) 24. Gregg (20)

 

Brown shot out to an early lead in the 20-lapper ahead of Rilat, Bakker and Dover, who moved forward four spots by the third turn.  On lap five, Young tagged the wall and collected Gregg, bringing out the race's first caution.  Brown led Rilat, Bakker, Dover and McCarl back to the green flag.  Brown continued to pull away ahead of Dover, while Rilat and Bakker battled for third.  McCarl entered the fray and slipped by Bakker for third before a lap 11 stoppage for second running Dover who looked to have motor problems.  Now Brown led Rilat, McCarl, Bakker and Hafertepe back to green flag racing.  Brown pulled away until the last five laps, when McCarl started using a different line.   The pair was nose to tail at the white flag.  Entering turn three, Brown went high and slipped over the cushion slightly.  McCarl turned a perfect corner on the bottom and slid in front of the leader for a last corner win.   It was his fourth career 360 win at Knoxville and was worth $3000.

 

360 Nationals Finale and 410s 

81 360s

42 410s 

360s 

E main (started): 1. Alan Zoutte 33 (1) 2. Jody Rosenboom 27 (2) 3. Justin Zimmerman K9 (3) 4. Joe Beaver 53 (6) 5. Kevin Ingle 2K (4) 6. Don Droud Jr. 2J (9) 7. Josh Padellford 34 (12) 8. Ryan Bickett 17B (7) 9. Ray Allen Kulhanek 5* (11) 10. Corey Moore 17c (8) 11. Brian Parker 9 (5) / 12. Steven Cross 19s (13) 13. Tyler Godwin 4c (10) DNS - Ricky Montgomery 9m, Tommy Bryant 85, Butch Hanssen 8K, Seth Bergman 23, Danny Smith 5$, Chad Meyer 1w, Tim Newman 18v, Darren Long 7L, Rod Richards 12, Kyle McCutcheon 5, Gavin Punch 81au, Chad Heimbaugh 04, Brandon Schure 21TX, Steven Richardson 72, Travis Porter 31P, Joe Miller 78, Dustin Selvage 7 

Zoutte led flag to flag in the 8-lapper on a relatively narrow track.  Godwin dropped from the event on lap three.  The top eleven transferred to the D. 

D main (started): 1. Paul McMahan 3D (2) 2. Randy Martin 14 (1) 3. Sean McClelland 1s (3) 4. Chad Humston 1m (5) 5. Kyle Sager 20KS (7) / 6. Wade Nygaard 9N (4) 7. JD Johnson 98 (6) 8. Beaver (15) 9. Robby Wolfgang 1a (11) 10. Brad Barickman 34B (10) 11. Kulhanek (20) 12. Droud Jr. (17) 13. Zimmerman (14) 14. Zoutte (12) 15. Bickett (19) 16. Jay Russell 76 (9) 17. Padellford (18) 18. Ingle (16) 19. C. Moore (21) 20. Parker (22) 21. Jesse Hockett 13 (8) 22. Rosenboom (13) DNS - Greg Wilson w20, Joe McCarthy 19, Gary Taylor 91, Scott Winters 23w, Clint Garner 40, Tasker Phillips 7TAZ, Brad Foster 00, Thomas Kennedy 20K, Lee Sowell 51s 

McMahan led flag to flag.  Hockett's tough weekend continued when he dropped out early.   Sager did a nice job taking the fifth and final final transfer from Nygaard, while good charges were put on by Beaver and Kulhanek. 

C main (started): 1. Jonathan Cornell 28 (2) 2. Justin Henderson 99JR (6) / 3. Matt Moro 2m (10) 4. Brady Bacon 99 (1) 5. McMahan (17) 6. Lee Grosz 4J (5) 7. Humston (20) 8. Austen Wheatley 44w (4) 9. Kenneth Walker 2w (7) 10. Dave Hall 51 (8) 11. Russ Hall 29T (15) 12. Henry Van Dam 23n (16) 13. Sager (21) 14. Nygaard (22) 15. RJ Johnson 71 (13) 16. Tayler Malsam 26 (14) 17. Brent Kronfuss 9K (12) 18. Chad Corken 11 (9) 19. Martin (18) 20. Jon Corbin 4x (11) 21. Ryan Roberts 18 (3) 22. McClelland (19) DNS - Kenny Jacobs 6K, Zach Chappell 50z, Don Young 75, Ben Gregg 22B 

Cornell took an early lead he would never surrender.  The first half of the 12-lapper saw good racing between Henderson and Bacon for the final transfer.  On lap six, Roberts stopped without brakes and retired.  The restart saw Cornell ahead of Henderson, Bacon, Wheatley and Walker.  Two laps later, Martin stopped bringing out the only other caution.  McMahan needed at least one more restart to threaten a transfer spot, but was fun to watch move forward 12 spots, as was Humston. 

B main (started): 1. Matt Covington 95 (4) 2. Brad Sweet 91E (2) 3. Kaley Gharst 7K (5) 4. Johnny Herrera 45x (6) / 5. Tim Crawley 88 (3) 6. Austin Alumbaugh 33A (1) 7. Ricky Logan 10a (9) 8. Henderson (22) 9. Gary Wright 9x (11) 10. Ryan Anderson 71R (12) 11. Dale Blaney 6B (10) 12. Cornell (21) 13. Eric Baldaccini 4 (7) 14. Jon Agan 54 (14) 15. Dusty Zomer 17G (15) 16. Nate Mosher 22N (13) 17. Lou Kennedy Jr. 21K (8) 18. Danny Heskin 6 (17) 19. Austin McCarl 17 (19) 20. Nate Van Haaften 3 (18) 21. Rager Phillips 9P (16) 22. Dennis Moore Jr. 20 (20) 

Van Haaften and Moore Jr. contacted when the green fell, with the wall involved as well.   Van Haaften would return.  The second try was a charm and Covington headed above the cushion to drive around the front row and take the lead in the non-stop 15-lapper.  Alumbaugh was able to hang in a transfer spot the first half of the race.   Sweet moved into second about lap five, with Gharst following into third shortly after.  Herrera made the pass of Alumbaugh for the final transfer with around three laps to go. 

A main (started): 1. Terry McCarl 24 (2) 2. Wayne Johnson 14AJ (4) 3. Billy Alley 22 (1) 4. Jason Johnson 41 (7) 5. Brian Brown 21 (9) 6. Travis Rilat 29 (11) 7. Jack Dover 53D (18) 8. Gregg Bakker 11x (10) 9. Gharst (23) 10. Tony Bruce Jr. 18T (3) 11. Johnny Anderson 2a (12) 12. Kevin Ramey 7m (15) 13. Herrera (24) 14. Sweet (22) 15. Garry Lee Maier 1x (20) 16. Chuck Swenson X (17) 17. Sam Hafertepe Jr. 15 (8) 18. Cale Conley 3c (14) 19. Davey Heskin 56 (13) 20. Shane Stewart 57 (6) 21. Danny Wood 94 (16) 22. Bronson Maeschen 1 (5) 23. Dustin Daggett 2mx (19) 24. Covington (21) 

McCarl shot out to an early lead in the 25-lapper over Alley, and Stewart, who surged to third on the first lap.  W. Johnson regained his poise and passed Stewart for third before the move was negated by a lap five slowdown for Daggett, who spun and smacked the wall, collecting Covington.  The restart saw T. McCarl ahead of Alley, Stewart, W. Johnson and Hafertepe.  McCarl was back in traffic with Alley in pursuit.  Alley seemed to gain on an open track, but T. McCarl did well to get through traffic, at one time splitting two cars.  Hafertepe gained momentum and passed Stewart for fourth.   Stewart jumped the cushion on lap 20 and flipped in turn three.  He was unhurt.  Conley and Dav. Heskin were disqualified for passing the accident scene under red.  The restart saw McCarl have a clean track with five laps to go in front of Alley, W. Johnson, Hafertepe, who would retire shortly thereafter, and J. Johnson.   W. Johnson slid in front of Alley on the restart and the pair went back and forth the last several laps, while T. McCarl pulled away for $10,000, his third 360 Nationals title, and his fifth win in a row in the last week. 

410s 

Cody Darrah (28th car out to time) set quick time at 15.307 seconds.  Paul McMahan (3rd car out) was second quick, followed by Davey Heskin (11th), Josh Schneiderman (2nd), Bronson Maeschen (38th), Kerry Madsen (17th), Johnny Herrera (36th), Lynton Jeffrey (41st), Cale Conley (8th) and Terry McCarl (14th). 

Heat one (started): 1. Mark Dobmeier 13 (2) 2. Josh Higday 81 (1) 3. Brian Brown 21 (3) 4. Conley 3c (4) 5. Darrah 89 (6) / 6. Maeschen 1 (5) 7. Chad Meyer 4H (8) 8. Tasker Phillips 7TAZ (9) 9. Greg Hall 4wa (11) 10. Pete Crall 1PC (7) 11. Jesse Hockett 13J (10) 

Dobmeier aced the field after Hockett stopped before a lap could be completed.  Hockett's bad luck didn't end there as he got upside down after contact from Crall on the white flag lap.  Darrah held off a charge from Maeschen for the final transfer. 

Heat two (started): 1. Kaley Gharst 7K (1) 2. Calvin Landis 70 (2) 3. McCarl 24 (4) 4. Matthew Reed v92 (3) 5. McMahan 71x (6) / 6. Madsen 55 (5) 7. Jesse Giannetto D1 (7) 8. Wayne Johnson 14AJ (8) 9. Bob Weuve 19 (10) 10. Austin McCarl 17A (9) DNS - Robert Bell 71 

Gharst led all 8 laps.  McMahan had to stave off some late moves by Madsen to hold the transfer in a stout heat. 

Heat three (started): 1. Dale Blaney 2B (3) 2. Billy Alley 22 (2) 3. Herrera 2w (5) 4. Heskin 56 (6) 5. Toni Lutar 4x (4) / 6. Mike Moore 69 (7) 7. Travis Rilat 2m (9) 8. Ty Bartz 46 (10) 9. Rager Phillips 10 (8) 10. Ben Gregg 22B (1) 

Gregg was black-flagged to the tail at the first try at green.  Blaney assumed the pole and aced the field.  Alley trailed in second the whole way, with Herrera and Heskin moving by Lutar into third and fourth. 

Heat four (started): 1. Don Droud Jr. 47 (1) 2. Skip Jackson 2 (4) 3. Dusty Zomer 17G (8) 4. Kevin Swindell 83JR (3) 5. Jeffrey 12 (5) / 6. Schneiderman 49 (6) 7. Chris Schmelzle 57c (2) 8. Chris Morgan 7c (7) 9. Ricky Montgomery 33 (10) 10. Ryan Anderson 71R (9) 

Droud Jr. led flag to flag.  Zomer was in a transfer by the time a lap was completed, and moved by Swindell later on.  Ry. Anderson exited on lap five.  Jeffrey gained the final transfer with two to go after sticking to the bottom and cruising by Schneiderman. 

B main (started): 1. Madsen (3) 2. Schneiderman (1) 3. Maeschen (2) 4. Giannetto (7) / 5. M. Moore (8) 6. Ry. Anderson (11) 7. Meyer (8) 8. T. Phillips (10) 9. Schmelzle (4) 10. Bartz (12) 11. A. McCarl (9) 12. G. Hall (14) 13. Montgomery (15) 14. Bell (16) 15. Weuve (13) 16. Gregg (5) DNS - Crall, Morgan, R. Phillips, Rilat, Hockett, W. Johnson 

Schneiderman led most of the way in this 12-lapper, but Madsen ran him down to make the winning move on lap nine and pull away.  Maeschen and Giannetto battled hard to the line for third. 

A main (started): 1. T. McCarl (4) 2. Brown (1) 3. Herrera (7) 4. Jackson (2) 5. Alley (16) 6. Heskin (8) 7. Dobmeier (14) 8. Jeffrey (6) 9. McMahan (9) 10. Darrah (10) 11. Blaney (12) 12. Madsen (23) 13. Droud Jr. (19) 14. Conley (5) 15. Maeschen (21) 16. Swindell (13) 17. Giannetto (24) 18. Schneiderman (22) 19. Gharst (18) 20. Zomer (20) 21. Landis (15) 22. Reed (11) 23. Lutar (3) 24. Higday (17) 

Brown shot out to an early lead in the 20-lapper.  Brown cruised ahead of Jackson and McCarl before a lap five stoppage for Conley who stopped by the pit entrance.  He would return.  The restart saw Brown ahead of T. McCarl, Jackson, Jeffrey and Darrah, up from tenth.  T. McCarl continued his pursuit, and edged ahead on the backstretch on lap eight.  Brown returned the favor in turn four to regain the lead, but T. McCarl would grab it for good on lap nine.  Four laps later, Lutar spun.  The restart saw McCarl ahead of Brown, Jackson, Herrera and Heskin.  Gharst stopped in turn four on lap 17, bringing the final caution.  T. McCarl cruised to his 46th career victory at Knoxville in the 410 class.  Herrera grabbed third from Jackson with two to go, while Alley continued his hard-charger effort with a last lap pass of Heskin for fifth.

                                         

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