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Knoxville Raceway Championship Series #9 June 26, 2010

410 - 360 - 305 Sprints

Austin McCarl Ryan Roberts Keith Carlberg
Don Tice Nate Van Haaften Johnny Anderson
Ryan Bunton Rager Phillips Johnny Herrera
Cole Wood Mark Johnson Don Droud Jr.
Mark Dobmeier Davey Heskin Danny Heskin
Mike Deavers Rob Kubli Ian Madsen
Bronson Maeschen Skip Jackson Erin Crocker
Jerrod Schneiderman Josh Schneiderman Dustin Selvage
Nate Mosher Tom Lenz Chad Humston
View of the pits Bill Boles RJ Johnson
Joe Miller Chad Humston Matt Stephens
Chris Mauer View of the pits Matt Moro
John Hall View of the pits Bryan Dobesh
Gregg Bakker Chad Heimbaugh Seth Brahmer
Center of main grandstands Brent Antill View of the pits
View of the pits Robby Wolfgang Dusty Zomer
Wayne Johnson View of the pits Brian Brown
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View of the pits Victory Lane Stage & Hall of Fame Infield & turn 2
Turns 1 & 2 Victory Lane Stage Turns 3 & 4
Center of infield Turns 1 & 2 Turn 1
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Results and Story Courtesy of Bill Wright

24 410s
28 360s
25 305s

410s

Bronson Maeschen (9th car out to time) set quick time at 15.371 seconds. Dusty Zomer (12th car out) was second quick, followed by Josh Schneiderman (17th), Ian Madsen (8th), Brian Brown (22nd), Davey Heskin (7th), Seth Brahmer (13th), Austin McCarl (21st), Skip Jackson (14th) and Joey Moughan (6th). Brent Antill failed to get a time in and scratched in the Marty Johnson #81 entry.

Heat one (started): 1. Johnny Herrera 2w (2) 2. Mike Moore 69 (1) 3. Maeschen 1 (6) 4. Brahmer 13v (4) 5. Madsen 55 (5) 6. Moughan 2m (3) 7. Robby Wolfgang 7K (8) 8. Rob Kubli K9 (7)

Herrera took the early lead from Moore and led the duration of the 8-lapper. The top five finishers in the heats received their time spots back for the feature. Madsen and Moughan had a good battle for fifth, with Madsen taking the spot using the high side.

Heat two (started): 1. Wayne Johnson 77x (1) 2. Lynton Jeffrey 12 (2) 3. Zomer 91 (6) 4. Don Droud Jr. 47 (3) 5. Brown 21 (5) 6. McCarl 17a (4) 7. Bob Weuve 19 (7) 8. Mike Deavers 72 (8)

Johnson led flag to flag and won going away. The best racing was put in for third and fourth. Zomer worked his way by Brown using the low side, and did the same to Droud to move up to third.

Heat three (started): 1. Mark Dobmeier 13 (2) 2. Rager Phillips 10 (1) 3. Schneiderman 49 (6) 4. Jackson 2 (4) 5. Heskin 56 (5) 6. Erin Crocker 98 (3) 7. Ryan Bunton 6R (7) DNS - Brent Antill 81

Dobmeier led flag to flag. Schneiderman used a last lap pass of Jackson to take third.

A main (started): 1. Brown (4) 2. Johnson (14) 3. Heskin (3) 4. Maeschen (8) 5. Jackson (1) 6. Herrera (10) 7. Dobmeier (12) 8. Madsen (5) 9. Droud (9) 10. Zomer (7) 11. Jeffrey (11) 12. Phillips (15) 13. Wolfgang (22) 14. Schneiderman (6) 15. Weuve (20) 16. Moughan (17) 17. McCarl (16) 18. Brahmer (2) 19. Crocker (18) 20. Kubli (19) 21. Deavers (23) 22. Moore (13) 23. Bunton (21) DNS - Antill

Heskin used the low side to blow past the first row starters and lead lap one. Brown was on him on lap two and took the point in the 20-lapper. With three laps in the books, Moughan spun in turn one. Brown led Heskin, Jackson, Schneiderman and Maeschen on the restart. Brown pulled away, while Heskin and Jackson battled for second behind him. Schneiderman entered the picture, getting by Heskin and then making a move on Jackson for second on lap 11. He would spin into the infield, bringing out the yellow. Now Brown led Jackson, Maeschen, Heskin, Zomer and Johnson, up from 14th. Johnson moved into the top five when the caution flew again, this time on lap 14 for Bunton who came to a stop and exited. Johnson shot by Heskin and Maeschen to move into third on the restart. With four to go, Moore crashed hard into turn one, collecting Kubli, who was able to restart. No one was injured. The final restart saw Brown lead Jackson, Johnson, Maeschen and Heskin back to green flag racing. Jackson appeared to get high in turn three and contact the fence, allowing Johnson to move into second. Heskin also turned in a good restart and surged to third. The final lap saw 13th running (after going to the tail following his spin) Moughan blow a left rear tire, and collect 14th running Austin McCarl. Both cars suffered heavy damage, but both drivers were unhurt. The win was worth $3,000 and was Brown's 18th in 410 competition at Knoxville, tying him on the all-time list with Ray Lee Goodwin and Jac Haudenschild. Johnson was the hard-charger.

360s

Gregg Bakker, who holds the one-lap track record, set quick time again, coming out in the second group and posting a time of 16.286 seconds. Ryan Roberts was second quick, ahead of Dennis Moore Jr., Dustin Selvage, Chad Humston, Clint Garner, Matt Moro, Josh Higday, Johnny Anderson and Tony Shilling. Tom Lenz timed in, but went up in smoke, ending his night.

Heat one (started): 1. RJ Johnson 71 (1) 2. Moro 2m (4) 3. Bakker 11x (6) 4. Selvage 7 (5) 5. Shilling 47T (3) / 6. Bryan Dobesh 54 (8) 7. Bill Boles 05 (7) 8. Alan Zoutte 33 (9) 9. John Hall 7H (2) DNS - Tom Lenz 8L

RJ Johnson led the 7-lapper from flag to flag, but Moro gave him a run. Selvage and Shilling had a nice battle for fourth. J. Hall exited after one lap with mechanical issues that would sideline him for the night.

Heat two (started): 1. Jon Agan 4 (1) 2. Higday 10 (4) 3. Roberts 18 (6) 4. Humston 1m (5) 5. Danny Heskin 6 (2) / 6. Russ Hall 45c (8) 7. Jamie Ball 5J (3) 8. Chad Heimbaugh 04 (7) 9. Joe Miller 78 (9)

Agan led flag to flag. The best battle was for the fifth and final transfer. R. Hall came on strong, but Heskin held him off at the line.

Heat three (started): 1. Lee Grosz 4J (2) 2. Anderson 7a (4) 3. Moore Jr. 2 (6) 4. Nate Van Haaften 3 (1) 5. Garner 40 (5) / 6. Brett Mather 17G (7) 7. Nate Mosher 22N (9) 8. Ricky Montgomery 9m (8) 9. Jarrod Schneiderman 88 (3)

Grosz led the distance on the cushion, while Anderson was a constant presence on the low side in a good race.

B main (started): 1. Schneiderman (2) 2. Boles (4) 3. Mather (6) 4. R. Hall (8) 5. Dobesh (5) / 6. Ball (1) 7. Montgomery (7) 8. Heimbaugh (3) 9. Mosher (11) 10. Zoutte (10) 11. Miller (9) DNS - J. Hall, Lenz

Schneiderman got out to an early lead in the 10-lapper. R. Hall surged from row four, and was quickly in a transfer. On lap seven, Boles took over the point, but Schneiderman stayed on him and retook the lead on the last lap in a great race. Mather and R. Hall had a good battle, and Dobesh took the last transfer with two to go.

A main (started): 1. Selvage (5) 2. Humston (4) 3. Bakker (8) 4. Higday (1) 5. Anderson (9) 6. Agan (14) 7. Roberts (7) 8. Grosz (12) 9. Garner (3) 10. Heskin (11) 11. Mather (18) 12. R. Hall (19) 13. Moro (2) 14. Shilling (10) 15. Moore Jr. (6) 16. Dobesh (20) 17. Van Haaften (15) 18. Schneiderman (16) 19. Boles (17) 20. RJ Johnson (13)

After Moro spun on the first try at green, and Garner spun on the next, Humston inherited a front row starting spot and led the first four laps. Moore Jr. brought a caution lap two due to a flat right rear. He restarted at the tail. Humston led Higday, Selvage, Bakker and Roberts on the restart. On lap four, Selvage had worked his way under Higday and set his sights on Humston, passing him for a lead he would never surrender the rest of the 15-lap distance. A close call at the midway point in lapped traffic gave Humston a chance, but Selvage pulled away again. Bakker moved up nicely to third. Agan was the hard-charger, moving up eight spots. RJ Johnson retired on lap 12. The win was Selvage's fifth career win at Knoxville.

305s

Heat one (started): 1. Ryan Voss 3D (1) 2. Chris Mallicoat 22 (2) 3. Matthew Stelzer 99 (3) 4. Mitchell Alexander 6 (7) 5. Steve Palmer 2 (4) 6. Chad Huston 7c (5) 7. Russell Wiese 18 (6) 8. Alan Ambers 93A (8) 9. Dustin Clark 16 (9)

Heat two (started): 1. Steve Breazeale 57 (1) 2. Marty Stephenson 36 (2) 3. Ray Evernham 66 (5) 4. Keith Carlberg 21 (3) 5. Bob Lamb 47 (6) 6. Mark Johnson 45 (7) 7. Casie Shilling 16c (4) 8. Earl Tice 2T (8)

Heat three (started): 1. Tasker Phillips 7TAZ (1) 2. Mark Widmar 7w (5) 3. Tim St. Arnold 36s (3) 4. Matt Stephenson 55 (8) 5. Mike Van Haaften 33 (6) 6. Nick Ross R99 (4) 7. Chris Maurer 55x (2) 8. Cole Wood 17w (7)

A main (started): 1. Phillips (6) 2. Widmar (3) 3. Stelzer (2) 4. Matt Stephenson (12) 5. Marty Stephenson (4) 6. Breazeale (7) 7. St. Arnold (9) 8. Voss (8) 9. Mallicoat (5) 10. Huston (16) 11. Ross (18) 12. Maurer (19) 13. Lamb (14) 14. Van Haaften (15) 15. Palmer (13) 16. Evernham (1) 17. Clark (23) 18. Carlberg (11) 19. Ambers (22) 20. Shilling (20) 21. Alexander (10) 22. Johnson (17) 23. Tice (21) DNS - Wiese, Wood

Stelzer led early in the 12-lapper. Breazeale was into third behind Widmar on lap two. On lap four, Widmar used the low side to work under Stelzer for the lead. Three laps later, Ambers came to a stop on the backstretch. On the restart, Widmar led Phillips, Stelzer, Breazeale and Marty Stephenson. Alexander brought out a caution with three to go. Phillips was just passing Widmar when the yellow flew, but he repeated it on the restart and went on to his third career 305 feature win at Knoxville.

                                                               

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