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20th Annual Arnold Motor Supply 360 Knoxville Nationals

August 5-7 2010

Darren Longe Austin Alumbaugh Ryan Roberts
John Gastan Gary Wright Dave Glennon
Don Young Lou Kennedy Kyle Sager
Mitch Olson Mike Hess Mike Hess 410 Wingless car
Brian Parker Zach Zimmerly Brooke Tatnell
Joe Riedel Dustin Morgan Randy Hannagan
Austin Wheatley Preston Peebles Jack Dover
Chad Meyer Alan Ambers Kevin Ingle
Joey Moughan View of the pits Cale Conley
Jon Corbin Johnny Herrera Josh Higday
Gregg Bakker Taylor Milton 360 Nationals Event Trophy's
Chad Heimbaugh View of the pits Davey Heskin
Dylan Peterson Jim Moughan Shane Stewart
Ricky Maiolo Danny Wood View of the pits
Clint Garner Sammy Swindell's Big Game Treestands Hauler Sammy Swindell
Nate Mosher Bobby Mincer Tony Shilling
Colin Entwisle Overhead view of the pits Overhead view of the pits
Overhead view of the pits Tim Crawley Victory Lane & Hall of Fame
Center of infield Turns 3 & 4 Turn 1
Turns 1 & 2 & Hall of Fame Chad Humston Eric Baldaccini
Ryan Roberts Zach Chappell Justyn Cox
Randy Martin Jonathan Cornell Brady Bacon
Matt Covington Kelly Miller RJ Johnson
View of the pits Rob Kubli Kolt Walker
Hall of Fame Channin Tankersley View of the pits
Lee Grosz Danny Heskin Dustin Selvage
Sammy Swindell View of the pits Jamie Ball Jr.
Kyle Hurst DJ Brink Jamie Veal
View of the pits Brooke Tatnel Billy Alley
Bronson Maeschen Brian Brown Brian Brown
Alan Zoutte Nate Van Haaften Donavan Peterson
Casey Friedrichsen Bruce White View of the pits
View of the pits & Hall of Fame Ricky Logan Jordan Martens
Jody Rosenboom Bud Kaeding Scott Winters
Dennis Moore Jr. Jon Agan Tony Bruce Jr.
Johnny Anderson Victory Lane & Hall of Fame Turns 3 & 4
Infield Infield Arnold Motor Supply Mini Truck
Infield Victory Lane & Hall of Fame View of turn 1
View of turn 2 & Hall of Fame Event Trophies  
     
 

410 Sprints

 
Lee Jacobs Dale Blaney Randy Hannagan
Feature Winner Johnny Herrera Kaly Gharst Keith Bloom Jr.
Brandon Wimmer Tim Kaeding Davey Heskin
Jonathan Allard Jamie Veal Rager Phillips
Ian Madsen Skip Jacson Trevor Green
Ty Bartz Brian Brown Zach Zimmerly
Tyler Walker Austin McCarl Max Dumesny
Barry Martinez 410 Pits Mitch Dumesny
Johnny Herrera in Victory Lane    
 

Brad Brown Photos - IBRACN.COM

 
Sammy Swindell & Brooke Tatnell Brandon Wimmer Brian Brown & Robby Wolfgang
Lee Jacobs Mark Dobmeier Don Droud Jr.
Sammy Swindell Top 3: Shane Stewart, Sammy Swindell & Jason Johnson Shane Stewart
Johnny Herrera, 410 Sprint Feature Winner Johnny Herrera  
     

Results Courtesy of Bill Wright

360 Nationals
 
Night #1
 
49 cars
 
Chad Humston (10th car out to time) set quick time at 15.875 seconds.  Bronson Maeschen (14th car out) was second quick, followed by Johnny Anderson (39th), Matt Covington (20th), Dustin Selvage (38th), Scott Winters (46th), Tony Bruce Jr. (29th), Matt Moro (47th), Danny Heskin (34th) and Lee Sowell (33rd).  The track was soggy and took awhile to come in, leaving the late qualifiers with a slight advantage.
 
Heat one (started): 1. Eric Baldaccini 4B (1) 2. Humston 1m ( 6) 3. Jason Johnson 41 (3) 4. Tim Kaeding 83 (4) / 5. Jonathan Cornell 28 (2) 6. Winters 23w (5) 7. Channin Tankersley 71 (8) 8. Matt Heinzerling 22x (7) / 9. Dave Hall 51 (9) 10. Jody Rosenboom 27 (10)
 
Heats went eight laps in distance, and transferred the top four to the A, the next four to the B, and the last two to the C.  Baldaccini led the distance, but Humston was impressive, passing Kaeding and Johnson at the outset, and moving by Cornell for second.  Kaeding grabbed the last transfer with two to go.
 
Heat two (started): 1. Brian Brown 21 (4) 2. RJ Johnson 71x (2) 3. Brady Bacon 99 (3) 4. Maeschen 1 (6) / 5. Bruce Jr. 18 (5) 6. Joe Beaver 53x (7) 7. Kelly Miller 44 (2) 8. Rob Kubli 19L (8) / 9. Jordan Martens 13JM (10) 10. Cody Friedrichsen 20 (9)
 
RJ Johnson took the lead early, but Brown picked it up and pulled away on lap three.  Maeschen was able to pass Miller at the halfway point for the final transfer.  Friedrichsen blew his left rear tire at the halfway point to bring out caution. 
 
Heat three (started): 1. Danny Jennings 1J (2) 2. Zach Chappell 50z (4) 3. Kyle Hirst 6 (1) 4. Justyn Cox 5H (7) / 5. Moro 2m (5) 6. Anderson 7a (6) 7. Donovan Peterson 3D (8) 8. Justin Whitehead 8w (9) / 9. Erin Crocker 98 (3) DNS - Thomas Kennedy 20K
 
Crocker flipped in turn one after something broke at the fall of the green flag.  She was unhurt.  Jennings led flag to flag.  'Cox used a move around Moro and Anderson to take the final transfer spot.
 
Heat four (started): 1. Billy Alley 22 (2) 2. Randy Martin 14 (1) 3. Covington 95 (6) 4. Jamie Veal 35AU (4) / 5. Heskin 6x (5) 6. Ricky Logan 10a (7) 7. Jake Martens 0 (3) 8. Nate Van Haaften 3 (8) / 9. Alan Zoutte 33 (9) 10. Logan Walker 38 (10)
 
Alley dominated this one.  Covington was the prime mover, using the tacky bottom to advance to third.
 
Heat five (started): 1. Selvage 7s (6) 2. DJ Brink 21B (1) 3. Bryan Dobesh 54 (4) 4. Lee Grosz 4J (3) / 5. Kolt Walker 45K (2) 6. Don Droud Jr. 86 (7) 7. Sowell 51s (5) 8. Todd Evans 14E (8) / 9. Doc Sloan A12 (9)
 
Brink lead early, but Selvage was making steady progress.  He picked off Walker, Grosz, Dobesh and finally Brink to take the lead on lap six.
 
C main (started): 1. Hall (1) 2. Friedrichsen (2) / 3. Jo. Martens (6) 4. Rosenboom (5) 5. Zoutte (3) 6. Sloan (4) 7. L. Walker (8) 8. T. Kennedy (7) DNS - Crocker
 
Hall led the distance in the mostly single-file 8-lapper.
 
B main (started): 1. Bruce Jr. (3) 2. Winters (2) 3. Moro (4) 4. Anderson (1) / 5. Cornell (6) 6. Heskin (5) 7. Logan (13) 8. Ja. Martens (7) 9. K. Walker (8) 10. Tankersley (15) 11. Van Haaften (14) 12. Miller (9) 13. Beaver (10) 14. Friedrichsen (18) 15. Heinzerling (11) 16. Kubli (12) 17. Evans (19) 18. Whitehead (16) 19. Peterson (17) 20. D. Hall (20)
 
Winters led early.  After a good battle and a stumble by Winters, Bruce Jr. took the lead for good on lap seven.  Cornell knocked on the door in traffic, but was denied a transfer spot.
 
A main (started): 1. Brown (3) 2. Selvage (5) 3. Humston (8) 4. J. Johnson (10) 5. Veal (1) 6. Maeschen (7) 7. Grosz (12) 8. Covington (6) 9. Bacon (11) 10. Bruce Jr. (21) 11. Winters (22) 12. Jennings (13) 13. Dobesh (9) 14. Baldaccini (15) 15. Anderson (24) 16. Kaeding (4) 17. Moro (23) 18. RJ Johnson (16) 19. Martin (18) 20. Alley (14) 21. Hirst (17) 22. Cox (20) 23. Brink (19) 24. Chappell (2)
 
Chappell jumped out to an early lead on Veal, then Brown stormed by them to lead lap two.  After a couple of laps, Selvage was on his way to the front, picking off Kaeding, Veal, then Chappell.  Kaeding suffered a blown right rear tire on lap five while running fourth.  Brown was strong on the restart, with Selvage moving up.  A fifth running Chappell broke a rear-end on lap 13.  The restart saw Brown ahead of Selvage, Veal and Maeschen.  Humston got a good jump on the restart and worked his way forward to a top three finish.  Selvage was strong, but so was Brown, who held on for his 9th career 360 win at Knoxville and $3,000.  Bruce Jr. was the hard-charger.

 

360 Nationals Night #2

53 cars

Chad Meyer (3rd car out to time) set quick time with the field at 16.681 seconds.  Sammy Swindell (29th car out) was second quick, followed by Clint Garner (5th), Darren Long (15th), Jack Dover (4th), Jamie Ball (7th), Danny Wood (43rd), Shane Stewart (31st), Dennis Moore Jr. (6th) and Johnny Herrera (32nd).  The track went away quickly, dusting off through the middle.  

Heat one (started): 1. Jake Ossenfort 99J (1) 2. Randy Hannagan 22D (4) 3. Jon Agan 4 (3) 4. Dylan Peterson 25 (2) / 5. Ball 5J (5) 6. Meyer 1w (6) 7. Austen Wheatley 44w (7) 8. John Gaston 22J (9) / 9. Colin Entwisle 2T (10) 10. Brian Parker 9* (8) DNS - Mike Hess 18H

The heats were 8 laps and saw the first four head to the A, the next four to the B, and the last finishers to the C.   Ossenfort led the first lap before Parker tipped over in turn one.  Ossenfort led Peterson, Agan, Hannagan and Ball back to green flag racing.  Hannagan used the low side to dispose of Peterson, and then chased down Agan to grab second in the last corner.

Heat two (started): 1. Josh Higday 2 (1) 2. Ryan Roberts 18R (2) 3. Wood 94 (5) 4. Gregg Bakker 11x (4) / 5. Gary Wright 9x (3) 6. Zach Zimmerly 94z (8) 7. Swindell 1s (6) 8. Don Young 7 (7) / 9. Jim Moughan Jr. 1mx (10) 10. Bobby Mincer 14s (9) 11. Joe Riedel 15 (11)

Higday led early.  The caution came out on lap three.  Wood attempted a slidejob on Swindell for fourth.   Swindell took evasive measures getting over the cushion.  He would stop and bring out the yellow.  Once restarted, he made a couple of swipes at Wood with his car and restarted at the tail.  He stopped shortly after green, but ASCS officials determined the caution was coming out anyway for a bad restart so Swindell again restarted at the tail.  Higday and Roberts led Bakker and Wood back to green.  Wood was able to move by Bakker, while Wright fell short of the final transfer.  Swindell advanced to a B transfer spot in 7th.

Heat three (started): 1. Tim Crawley 88 (2) 2. Stewart 57 (5) 3. Bud Kaeding 1x (4) 4. Garner 40 (6) / 5. Dustin Morgan 93 (1) 6. Kyle Sager 20s (3) 7. Chad Heimbaugh 04 (10) 8. Nate Mosher 22N (11) / 9. Preston Peebles II 0c (8) 10. Kevin Ingle 2K (7) 11. Ricky Maiolo 24AU (9)

Crawley led riding the cushion throughout.  Stewart and Garner did well to move up into transfers.   Stewart was beginning to reel in Crawley towards the end.

Heat four (started): 1. Brooke Tatnell 14T (2) 2. Davey Heskin 56 (1) 3. Long 3G (6) 4. Robby Wolfgang 7K (3) / 5. Jake Peters 57x (4) 6. Jesse Giannetto 10 (8) 7. Dennis Moore Jr. D12 (5) 8. Tony Shilling 47T (7) / 9. Joey Moughan 8H (10) 10. Jon Corbin 9mx (9)

Another stout heat saw Heskin lead lap one, before Tatnell took control on the next go-around.  Long impressed with moves by Moore Jr., Peters and Wolfgang for third.  Foremer 360 Nationals champs Moore Jr., and Giannetto who battled back and forth with Peters for fifth, headed to the B.

Heat five (started): 1. Rager Phillips 10V (1) 2. Herrera 45x (5) 3. Cale Conley 3c (4) 4. Mitch Olson 98m (2) / 5. Dover 53 (6) 6. Lou Kennedy Jr. 21K (3) 7. Austin Alumbaugh 33A (7) 8. Dave Glennon 5 (9) / 9. Taylor Milton 91x (10) 10. Alan Ambers 93A (8)

Phillips led throughout.   The race was mostly single-file after Herrera made a first lap move into second.

C main (started): .1 Peebles (3) 2. Mincer (5) / 3. Ingle (1) 4. Hess (4) 5. Ji. Moughan (9) 6. Jo. Moughan (6) 7. Corbin (7) 8. Riedel (10) 9. Maiolo (2) 10. Entwisle (8) DNS - Parker, Ambers, Milton

Peebles led early on in the 10-lapper.  Mincer trailed him the whole race, running low.  Peebles ran the faster cushion in turns one and two, and Mincer made up ground on the bottom in three and four.  The two traded leads twice in the last two laps.  Mincer's car gave way coming down the frontstretch to the checkers, but he nipped Ingle by .03 of a second for the last transfer to the B.  However, he would not make the call for the C.

B main (started): 1. Swindell (2) 2. Peters (6) 3. Dover (1) 4. Wright (5) / 5. Young (12) 6. Giannetto (16) 7. Shilling (11) 8. Alumbaugh (14) 9. Ball (4) 10. Zimmerly (13) 11. Kennedy Jr. (7) 12. Sager (8) 13. Wheatley (9) 14. Morgan (10) 15. Mosher (20) 16. Heimbaugh (17) 17. Gaston (15) 18. Moore Jr. (3) 19. Glennon (18) 20. Peebles (19) DNS - Meyer, Mincer

Meyer suffered a problem with the mag on the parade lap and had to surrender his pole starting spot.  Swindell took the lead right away in the 12-lapper and started to pull away.  On lap five, Moore Jr. was running sixth, when he too suffered an ignition problem and stopped on the backstretch.  The restart saw Swindell ahead of Dover, Peters, Wright and Ball.   Peters was able to get by Dover, but had nothing for Swindell.  Young made a late charge, but came a few car lengths from Wright's transfer spot. Giannetto's charge forward 10 spots was fun to watch.

A main (started): 1. Stewart (5) 2. Herrera (4) 3. Hannagan (3) 4. Swindell (21) 5. Tatnell (15) 6. Heskin (19) 7. B. Kaeding (1) 8. Wood (6) 9. Conley (9) 10. Long (7) 11. Roberts (13) 12. Phillips (20) 13. Agan (10) 14. Wright (24) 15. Dover (23) 16. Higday (18) 17. Wolfgang (11) 18. Bakker (2) 19. Crawley (14) 20. Olson (16) 21. Peters (22) 22. Ossenfort (17) 23. Peterson (12) 24. Garner (8)

Herrera circled the front row to lead the 20-lapper.  Hannagan moved into second with Stewart third and Garner up to fourth.   Garner's run would end with eight in the books with a motor problem.  The caution would see Herrera leading Hannagan, Stewart, B. Kaeding and Wood back to green.   Swindell had advanced to ninth.  As the laps unfolded Stewart and Hannagan exchanged sliders on the dry-slick track with little left on the bottom.  Stewart finally took control of that battle and began to slowly reel in the leader.  Herrera manuevered through traffic well.  With three to go, Stewart was right on his nerf bar.  On the last lap, Stewart found his way by, when Herrera was stuck behind the lapped machine of Olson.  The win was Stewart's third 360 tally at Knoxville, paid him $3,000 and put him inside row two for Saturday's feature

360 Nationals Final

410s 

85 360s

39 410s 

360s 

E main (started): 1. Dave Hall 51 (1) 2. Chad Heimbaugh 04 (2) 3. Dave Glennon 5 (4) 4. Jody Rosenboom 27 (10) 5. Kevin Ingle 2K (3) 6. Nate Mosher 22N (5) 7. Brian Parker 9* (6) 8. Jim Moughan Jr. 1mx (11) 9. Mike Hess 18H (12) / 10. Jordan Martens 13JM (8) 11. Alan Ambers 93A (13) 12. Doc Sloan A12 (9) 13. Joey Moughan 8H (14) 14. Alan Zoutte 33 (7) 15. Joe Riedel 15 (16) 16. Colin Entwisle 2T (15) DNS - Bobby Mincer 14s, Jon Corbin 9mx, Ricky Maiolo 24AU, Thomas Kennedy 20K, Logan Walker 38, Taylor Milton 91x 

Hall led throughout the 8-lapper.  Martens was sent two rows back for jumping the initial start.  When Zoutte slowed on lap seven, the caution came out.   Riedel also exited, along with Joey Moughan, who had been in a transfer spot.   Rosenboom jumped from sixth to fourth on the restart, and Hess grabbed the ninth and final transfer on the last lap. 

D main (started): 1. Ricky Logan 10a (2) 2. Dustin Morgan 93 (1) 3. Austin Alumbaugh 33A (4) 4. Jesse Giannetto 10 (6) / 5. Tony Shilling 47T (3) 6. Zach Zimmerly 94z (7) 7. Hall (14) 8. Channin Tankersley 71 (8) 9. Nate Van Haaften 3 (9) 10. Joe Beaver 53x (5) 11. Mosher (19) 12. Glennon (16) 13. Heimbaugh (15) 14. Donovan Peterson 3D (11) 15. Hess (22) 16. Ingle (18) 17. Parker (20) 18. Casey Friedrichsen 20 (13) 19. Jim Moughan Jr. (21) 20. Rob Kubli 19L (10) 21. John Gaston 22J (12) 22. Rosenboom (17) DNS - Austen Wheatley 44w, Matt Heinzerling 22x, Erin Crocker 98, Don Droud Jr. 86, Todd Evans 14E, Preston Peebles II 0c, Jordan Whitehead  8w 

The front row was slow to start and it stacked everyone up.  Kubli jumped the car in front of him, and flipped.  Jim Moughan took evasive maneuvers making contact with Rosenboom, and getting upside down himself.  All three of those cars, plus Gaston were done.  Friedrichsen also went to the work area.  Logan sliced in front of Morgan going into turn one and held the lead through all 10 laps.   Alumbaugh did nicely, moving by Shilling into third, while Giannetto grabbed the final transfer from him with two to go.  Mosher was the hard-charger. 

C main (started): 1. Danny Heskin 6x (1) 2. Jamie Ball 5J (2) 3. Randy Martin 14 (6) 4. Kyle Hirst 6 (8) / 5. RJ Johnson 71x (3) 6. Justyn Cox 5H (12) 7. Chad Meyer 1w (10) 8. Jacob Ossenfort 99J (4) 9. Mitch Olson 98m (7) 10. Dylan Peterson 25 (5) 11. Jonathan Cornell 28 (11) 12. Logan (19) 13. Kolt Walker 45K (16) 14. Giannetto (22) 15. Kyle Sager 20s (15) 16. Jake Martens 0 (13) 17. Morgan (20) 18. Alumbaugh (21) 19. Dennis Moore Jr. D12 (14) 20. Kelly Miller 44 (17) 21. DJ Brink 21B (9) DNS - Don Young 7, Lou Kennedy Jr. 21K, Lee Sowell 51s 

Danny Heskin led flag to flag in the non-stop 12-lap event.  Brink exited on lap two after smacking the turn one wall.  Ball ran a steady second, while Martin used an early move to grab third.  Hirst slowly gained on RJ Johnson and took the final transfer at the midway point.  Giannetto was the hard-charger. 

B main (started): 1. Tim Kaeding 83 (4) 2. Brooke Tatnell 14T (1) 3. Davey Heskin 56 (10) 4. Matt Moro 2m (2) / 5. Clint Garner 40 (6) 6. Lee Grosz 4J (5) 7. Gary Wright 9x (11) 8. Gregg Bakker 11x (8) 9. Zach Chappell 50z (12) 10. Jon Agan 4 (7) 11. Tim Crawley 88 (15) 12. Eric Baldaccini 4B (13) 13. Bryan Dobesh 54 (3) 14. Rager Phillips 10V (16) 15. Ryan Roberts 18R (9) 16. Danny Heskin (19) 17. Josh Higday 2 (17) 18. Robby Wolfgang 7K (14) 19. Billy Alley 22 (18) 20. Hirst (22) 21. Ball (20) 22. Martin (21) 

Tatnell led the first two laps before T. Kaeding slid in front of him on lap three.  Moro moved into third and Garner was fourth.  Soon Davey Heskin was steadily picking off positions.  He had gained five spots to fifth by the halfway point of the 15-lapper.  With two to go, he passed Garner for the final transfer spot, and then not satisfied, took third on the last lap.  He was the hard-charger. 

A main (started): 1. Shane Stewart 57 (3) 2. Sammy Swindell 1s (8) 3. Jason Johnson 41 (13) 4. Dustin Selvage 7s (2) 5. Bronson Maeschen 1 (4) 6. Jack Dover 53 (18) 7. Tony Bruce Jr. 18 (12) 8. Danny Wood 94 (11) 9. T. Kaeding (21) 10. Bud Keading 1x (14) 11. Scott Winters 23w (16) 12. Matt Covington 95 (7) 13. Darren Long 3G (10) 14. Johnny Anderson 7a (17) 15. Cale Conley 3c (19) 16. Moro (24) 17. Jamie Veal 35AU (15) 18. Randy Hannagan 22D (9) 19. Brady Bacon 99 (20) 20. Davey Heskin (23) 21. Tatnell (22) 22. Chad Humston 1m (1) 23. Johnny Herrera 45x (6) 24. Brian Brown 21 (5) 

Humston took the early lead in the 25-lapper with Selvage and Brown in tow.   Stewart entered the fray, getting by Brown and Selvage for second before Brown's car went up in smoke.  Humston and Stewart avoided disaster by evading Brown on the low side of four when the caution came out late.  The restart saw Humston leading Stewart, Selvage, Maeschen and Herrera back to green.  On more lap was in the books when Humston came out of turn four and something appeared to loosen him up.  He tagged the wall, and broke his front end.  As he was sent back across, the track, Herrera (running 8th) was caught with nowhere to go and flipped wildly down the front chute.  No one was hurt.  Despite a quick clean-up, a lengthy open red ensued.   Stewart inherited the lead ahead of Selvage, a charging Swindell, Maeschen and a surging J. Johnson.  By the time Davey Heskin brought out a yellow with ignition problems with 13 in the books, Swindell and Jason Johnson had gotten by Selvage.   Hannagan entered the top five with another lap in, and another caution for Bacon, who got into the turn one wall.  The next ten laps went green, with Stewart holding Swindell at bay and approaching lap traffic.  Hannagan stopped in turn two on the white flag lap setting up a green, white, checker finish.  Stewart was unphased, and won his second 360 Nationals title, pocketing $10,000 for his third career 360 win at Knoxville. 

410s 

With 410s getting two laps on the clock, Sammy Swindell (3rd car out to time) set the standard in time trials at 15.078 seconds.  Don Droud Jr. (6th car out) was second quick, followed by Ian Madsen (31st), Bronson Maeschen (13th), Jonathan Allard (36th), Austin McCarl (2nd), Lynton Jeffrey (16th), Dale Blaney (18th), Brian Brown (35th) and Mitchell Dumesny (14th).   

Heat one (started): 1. Tim Kaeding 83 (1) 2. Johnny Herrera 2w (3) 3. Brown 21 (4) 4. Swindell 1s (6) 5. Ricky Logan 10a (2) / 6. Allard 0 (5) 7. Zach Zimmerly 94 (8) 8. Kaley Gharst 44G (9) 9. Domain Ramsay 20AU (10) 10. Mike Moore 69 (7) 

Kaeding led early in the 8-lapper, as the track was still pretty fast.   Herrera was quick moving up the low side, and Brown and Swindell followed him by Logan. 

Heat two (started): 1. Dusty Zomer 91 (2) 2. Mark Dobmeier 13 (1) 3. Droud Jr. 47 (6) 4. Mi. Dumesny 77AU (4) 5. Robby Wolfgang 7K (3) / 6. Davey Heskin 56 (8) 7. McCarl 17A (5) 8. Lee Jacobs 24H (9) 9. Josh Schneiderman 49 (7) 10. Kevin Ingle 2K (10) 

Dobmeier led early, but Zomer stuck with him.  With Dobmeier up high and Zomer down low, they battled most of the way.  Zomer took the lead for good on lap five in a good race. Droud Jr. moved up nicely from 6th to 3rd. 

Heat three (started): 1. Tyler Walker 17 (2) 2. Brandon Wimmer 7TW (4) 3. Randy Hannagan 1x (1) 4. Madsen 55 (6) 5. Jamie Veal 35AU (3) / 6. L. Jeffrey 12 (5) 7. Keith Bloom Jr. 27 (8) 8. Bob Weuve 19 (7) 9. Ty Bartz 46 (10) 10. Barry Martinez 66 (9) 

Good racing again as Walker was able to hold off some strong charges by Wimmer.   Veal and L. Jeffrey traded the last transfer, before Veal took it in the last corner. 

Heat four (started): 1. Max Dumesny 5V (1) 2. Skip Jackson 2 (3) 3. Trevor Green 4 (2) 4. Blaney 2B (5) 5. Brooke Tatnell 59 (4) / 6. Maeschen 1 (6) 7. Rager Phillips 10 (8) 8. Paul Jeffrey 12AU (7) 9. Bruce White 96AU (9) 

Ma. Dumesny led flag to flag.  Jackson was strong and grabbed second from Green with two to go.  Blaney looked strong and made a late move by Maeschen and Tatnell for fourth. 

B main (started): 1. Maeschen (1) 2. Allard (2) 3. McCarl (3) 4. Heskin (8) / 5. Jacobs (12) 6. L. Jeffrey (4) 7. Phillips (10) 8. Moore (5) 9. Zimmerly (9) 10. Weuve (7) 11. Ramsay (15) 12. Bloom Jr. (11) 13. Bartz (17) 14. White (14) 15. P. Jeffrey (6) 16. Gharst (11) 17. Ingle (16) DNS - Schneiderman, Martinez 

Maeschen and Allard paced the field througout the 12-lapper despite a number of cautions.  After one lap was completed, L. Jeffrey stopped with throttle linkage problems.  He restarted at the tail and could only climb back to sixth.  Bloom spun with two laps in the books.  The restart saw Maeschen ahead of Allard, McCarl, Moore and Heskin.  Heskin was able to crowd out Moore for fourth before a slowing P. Jeffrey brought the last yellow on lap seven.  The top five would remain the same, with Jacobs just missing a transfer. 

A main (started): 1. Herrera (4) 2. Jackson (1) 3. Swindell (12) 4. Veal (2) 5. Dobmeier (16) 6. Tatnell (5) 7. Brown (8) 8. Maeschen (21) 9. Wimmer (6) 10. Droud Jr. (11) 11. Walker (15) 12. Heskin (24) 13. Logan (13) 14. Allard (22) 15. Mi. Dumesny (7) 16. Hannagan (19) 17. Green (16) 18. Max Dumesny (20) 19. Wolfgang (3) 20. McCarl (23) 21. Blaney (9) 22. Zomer (14) 23. Madsen (10) 24. Kaeding (17) 

Jackson took the early lead, but Herrera controlled it from lap two on.   On lap eight, T. Kaeding flipped after making contact with a stopping Madsen in turn three.  Both were done, but unhurt.  After an open red, Herrera led Jackson, Veal, Wimmer and Tatnell.  Swindell restarted eighth, but by the time five more laps were counted, he was fourth.  Zomer exited on lap ten.  The lap 13 red came out for Blaney, who was running fourth.  He got over the cushion and backed it into one.  He was unhurt.  .  Herrera led Jackson, Veal, Swindell and Tatnell back to green.  Swindell would take third from Veal shortly after the resart to set up the top five.  Dobmeier was a late charger, coming home fifth. Herrera was able to hold onto his 17th career 410 win at Knoxville worth $3,000.  Maeschen was the hard-charger and Heskin passed 12 cars. 

 

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