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    USAC AMSOIL NATIONAL & CRA SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: November 1, 2013 – Perris, California – Perris Auto Speedway – 18th “Budweiser Oval Nationals” presented by All-Coast Construction

    QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-16.126; 2. Mike Spencer, 50, Chaffin-16.329; 3. Bryan Clauson, 20, Stewart/Curb-Agajanian-16.376; 4. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-16.398; 5. Nic Faas, 4x, Alexander-16.518; 6. Damion Gardner, 4A, Alexander-16.555; 7. Chase Stockon, 32, 32/TBI-16.615; 8. Ronnie Gardner, 93, Gardner-16.754; 9. Ryan Bernal, 56, Phulps-16.773; 10. David Cardey, 92, Tredder-16.776; 11. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/TriStar-16.790; 12. Justin Grant, 5, Baldwin-16.796; 13. Matt Mitchell, 37, Mitchell-16.822; 14. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-16.828; 15. Austin Williams, 2, Jory-16.833; 16. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-16.843; 17. Danny Faria, Jr., 17v, Faria-16.843; 18. Bud Kaeding, 29, BZE-16.865; 19. Cody Williams, 44, Jory-16.866; 20. Verne Sweeney, 98, Tracy-16.869; 21. Chris Windom, 11, Walker-16.908; 22. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney/BRaT-16.995; 23. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-17.018; 24. Robert Ballou, 12, Ballou-17.034; 25. Jon Stanbrough, 73, Ford-17.138; 26.
    Markus Niemela, 81, Watt-17.148; 27. Jake Swanson, 14, Springstead-17.152; 28. Wes McIntyre, 21B, Duinkerken-17.152; 29. Landon Hurst, 179, Hurst-17.156; 30. Rip Williams, 3, Jory-17.161; 31. Brody Roa, 91R, BR-17.176; 32. Austin Stone, 29x, Coffman-17.190; 33. D.J. Johnson, 33, Johnson-17.202; 34. Charles Davis, Jr., 4G, Cook-17.222; 35. Jace Vander Weerd, 88, Vander Weerd-17.233; 36. Cody Swanson, 14J, Springstead-17.255; 37. A.J. Bender, 21, Bender-17.259; 38. John Aden, 7A, Aden-17.309; 39. R.J. Johnson, 51, Martin-17.314; 40. Seth Wilson, 1x, Wilson-17.336; 41. Johnny Bluntach, 58, Bluntach-17.398; 42. Billy Blinn, 26, Blinn-17.432; 43. David Bezio, 37x, Bezio-17.432; 44. Chris Gansen, 4c, Gansen-17.533; 45. Trent Williams, 52, Williams-17.559; 46. Johnathon Henry, 39, Cal-Sun-17.618; 47. Kenny Perkins, 0, Perkins-17.626; 48. Andrew Reinbold, 19, Underwood-17.900; 49. Bruce St. James, 7K, St. James-17.999; 50. Greg Alexander, 72, Tyler-NT; 51. Richard Vander Weerd, 10, V
    Weerd-NT; 52. Cory Kruseman, 7, Priestley-NT; 53. Shon Deskins, 20s, SDR-NT. (NOTE: J.J. Ercse also in car #14)

    C MAIN: (10 laps) 1. Bezio, 2. Blinn, 3. Bluntach, 4. T.Williams, 5. Perkins, 6. Henry, 7. Alexander, 8. Reinbold, 9. St. James, 10. Gansen. 2:58.17

    FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Windom, 2. Thomas, 3. Darland, 4. Hines, 5. D.Gardner, 6. Roa, 7. Niemela, 8. C.Swanson. 2:53.38

    SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Stockon, 2. Spencer, 3. Grant, 4. Faria, 5. Courtney, 6. Bender, 7. Stone, 8. J.Swanson. 2:53.89

    THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Clauson, 2. Mitchell, 3. Kaeding, 4. Drake, 5. R.Gardner, 6. Aden, 7. McIntyre, 8. D.J. Johnson. 2:56.04

    FOURTH HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Ballou, 2. Bacon, 3. Leary, 4. Bernal, 5. Hurst, 6. Davis, 7. C.Williams, 8. R.J. Johnson. 2:57.36

    FIFTH HEAT: (12 laps) 1. Faas, 2. R.Williams, 3. Sweeney, 4. Stanbrough, 5. Cardey, 6. Wilson, 7. A.Williams, 8. J.Vander Weerd. 2:54.78

    SEMI: (12 laps) 1. D.Gardner, 2. A.Williams, 3. Roa, 4. Cardey, 5. R.Gardner, 6. R.J. Johnson, 7. C.Williams, 8. J.Swanson, 9. Hurst, 10. Davis, 11. Bezio, 12. Courtney, 13. McIntyre, 14. J.Vander Weerd, 15. D.J. Johnson, 16. T.Williams, 17. Wilson, 18. Stone, 19. Niemela, 20. Bender, 21. C.Swanson, 22. Blinn, 23. Bluntach, 24. Aden. NT

    FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Nic Faas, 2. Chase Stockon, 3. Brady Bacon, 4. Bryan Clauson, 5. Mike Spencer, 6. Damion Gardner, 7. Dave Darland, 8. Matt Mitchell, 9. Tracy Hines, 10. Justin Grant, 11. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 12. Bud Kaeding, 13. Jon Stanbrough, 14. C.J. Leary, 15. Cody Williams, 16. Danny Faria, Jr., 17. R.J. Johnson, 18. Brody Roa, 19. Chris Windom, 20. Nick Drake, 21. Verne Sweeney, 22. Ronnie Gardner, 23. Robert Ballou, 24. Austin Williams, 25. David Cardey, 26. Rip Williams. NT
    **Niemela flipped during the semi. A.Williams & Cardey flipped on lap 5 of the Feature.

    FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-30 Faas.

    NEW USAC AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT CAR STANDINGS: 1-Clauson-1,891; 2-Darland-1,825; 3-Bacon-1,722; 4-Stockon-1,647; 5-Thomas-1,612; 6-Hines-1,505; 7-Ballou-1,434; 8-Windom-1,178; 9-Courtney-1,028; 10-Hunter Schuerenberg-1,000.

    NEW AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR STANDINGS: 1-D.Gardner-1,258, 2-Faas-1,138, 3-Spencer-1,113, 4-Mitchell-849, 5-Kaeding-788, 6-A.Williams-767, 7-C.Williams-757, 8-Roa-678, 9-Bernal-556, 10-R.Williams-490.

    NEXT USAC AMSOIL NATIONAL & CRA SPRINT CAR RACE: November 2 – Perris (CA) Auto Speedway – 18th “Budweiser Oval Nationals” presented by All-Coast Construction

  • #2
    Bell Adds Another Notch To His Resume
    by NSSN Staff

    EL PASO, Texas — Christopher Bell led flag to flag Friday night at El Paso Speedway Park, becoming the fourth first-time winner of the season in the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

    “I just can’t say enough about my guys that work on this car. It really showed tonight,” Bell said. “The thing pretty much drove itself around the race track. We made a small change on that open red on the start and it really brought the car to life, and like I said, it really drove itself around the track.”

    It was the second consecutive year a first-time winner has been crowned at the west Texas oval.

    Bell drew the front row alongside Kolt Walker.

    There were two failed attempts to start the race as a result of a pair of crashes, but the third green flag was a charm and Bell raced into the lead.

    The race went non-stop until lap 25 when David Gravel spun his No. 82 off the top of turns three and four. Leaving the field in his wake, Christopher Bell completed lapping into the top 10 just prior to the caution being displayed.

    Back underway with four slower cars between Bell and second running Jeff Swindell, the Baytown Ford No. 31b went uncontested to victory.

    Jeff Swindell crossed second; earning his 15th podium finish of the season.

    Kolt Walker ran in the runner up spot until lap 15 when contact with a slower car sent the No. 12m flying into the infield.

    Re-entering the racing surface fourth, Walker worked past Matt Covington in the final laps to claim his first podium finish in Lucas Oil ASCS National competition. Covington crossed fourth after starting ninth with Aaron Retuzel coming from 15th to complete the top five.

    The finish:
    Christopher Bell, Jeff Swindell, Kolt Walker, Matt Covington, Aaron Reutzel, Jason Johnson, Logan Forler, Danny Lasoski, Seth Bergman, Johnny Herrera, Brad Loyet, John Carney II, Kraig Kinser, Cole Wood, Ryan Linder, Tony Bruce Jr., David Gravel, Jesse Baker, Jan Howard, Lorne Wofford, James Mosher, Rick Ziehl, Travis Rilat, Josh Baughman.


    • #3
      USAC AMSOIL NATIONAL & CRA SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: November 2, 2013 – Perris, California – Perris Auto Speedway – 18th “Budweiser Oval Nationals” presented by All-Coast Construction

      QUALIFICATIONS: (Minus top-6 Friday points – no points) 1. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-16.483; 2. Kevin Thomas Jr., 17RW, Dutcher/RW/Tri-Star-16.623; 3. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-16.708; 4. Brody Roa, 91R, BR-16.753; 5. Robert Ballou, 12, Ballou-16.761; 6. Chris Windom, 11, Walker-16.763; 7. Justin Grant, 5, Baldwin-16.806; 8. Danny Faria Jr., 17v, Faria-16.832; 9. Richard Vander Weerd, 10, Vander Weerd-16.861; 10. Jon Stanbrough, 73, Ford-16.865; 11. Cody Williams, 44, Jory-16.868; 12. Nick Drake, 55, Cline-16.882; 13. John Aden, 7a, Aden-16.919; 14. R.J. Johnson, 51, Martin-16.924; 15. Damion Gardner, 4a, Alexander-16.936; 16. Jake Swanson, 14, Springstead-16.960; 17. Matt Mitchell, 37, Mitchell-16.962; 18. Cory Kruseman, 7, Priestley-16.969; 19. Austin Williams, 2, Jory-16.999; 20. David Bezio, 37x, Bezio-17.025; 21. Ryan Bernal, 73x, Ford-17.038; 22. Bud Kaeding, 29, Bowman-17.092; 23. Johnny Bluntach, 58, Bluntach-17.103; 24. Cody Swanson, 14J, Springstead-17.118; 25. D.J.
      Johnson, 33, Johnson-17.160; 26. Greg Alexander, 72, Tyler-17.179; 27. Ronnie Gardner, 93, Gardner-17.201; 28. Tyler Courtney, 23c, Courtney-17.206; 29. Charles Davis Jr., 4G, Cook-17.209; 30. Bruce St. James, 7k, St. James-17.238; 31. Billy Blinn, 26, Blinn-17.264; 32. A.J. Bender, 21, Bender-17.277; 33. Jace Vander Weerd, 88, Vander Weerd-17.298; 34. Wes McIntyre, 21B, Duinkerken-17.324; 35. Verne Sweeney, 98, Tracy-17.354; 36. Markus Niemela, 81, Watt-17.357; 37. Seth Wilson, 1x, Wilson-17.369; 38. Kenny Perkins, 0, Perkins-17.397; 39. Landon Hurst, 179, Hurst-17.401; 40. Austin Stone, 29x, Stone-17.412; 41. Andy Reinbold, 19, Underwood-17.461; 42. Johnathon Henry, 39, Cal-Sun-17.681; 43. Trent Williams, 52, Williams-17.800; 44. Chris Gansen, 4c, Gansen-17.968; 45. David Cardey, 92, Sertich-NT.

      FIRST QUALIFYING HEAT: (10 laps-no points) 1. R.Vander Weerd, 2. Ballou, 3. Hines, 4. Bernal, 5. Mitchell, 6. Johnson, 7. Davis. 2:51.88
      SECOND QUALIFYING HEAT: (10 laps-no points) 1. Stanbrough, 2. R.J. Johnson, 3. Thomas, 4. Windom, 5. Kruseman, 6. Kaeding, 7. Alexander, 8. St. James. 2:51.67
      THIRD QUALIFYING HEAT: (10 laps-no points) 1. D.Gardner, 2. Grant, 3. Leary, 4. A.Williams, 5. C.Williams, 6. R.Gardner, 7. Bluntach, 8. Blinn. 2:46.58
      FOURTH QUALIFYING HEAT: (10 laps-no points) 1. J.Swanson, 2. Roa, 3. Drake, 4. Bender, 5. C.Swanson, 6. Bezio, 7. Faria, 8. Courtney. NT

      “SUPER-6 DASH”: (6 laps-no points) 1. Mike Spencer (#50 Chaffin), 2. Dave Darland (#71p Phillips), 3. Bryan Clauson (#20 Stewart/Curb-Agajanian), 4. Nic Faas (#4x Alexander), 5. Brady Bacon (#69 Dynamics). NOTE: Chase Stockon (#32 32 TBI) did not start.

      B MAIN #1: (12 laps-no points) 1. Hines, 2. Mitchell, 3. Kaeding, 4. R.Gardner, 5. Cardey, 6. Bernal, 7. Niemela, 8. Drake, 9. J.Vander Weerd, 10. Perkins, 11. Alexander, 12. T.Williams, 13. Blinn, 14. Stone. 15. St. James, 16. N.Hurst.. 3:29.20

      B MAIN #2: (12 laps-no points) 1. Thomas, 2. Leary, 3. Windom, 4. Kruseman, 5. C.Williams, 6. A.Williams, 7. Sweeney, 8. Davis, 9. Bender, 10. McIntyre, 11. Wilson, 12. Reinbold, 13. Henry, 14. Bluntach, 15. C.Gansen, 16. D.J. Johnson, 17. C.Williams. NT

      FEATURE: (40 laps) 1. Dave Darland, 2. Bryan Clauson, 3. Mike Spencer, 4. Chase Stockon, 5. Brady Bacon, 6. Kevin Thomas Jr., 7. Chris Windom, 8. Jon Stanbrough, 9. Tracy Hines, 10. Cory Kruseman, 11. Austin Williams, 12. Richard Vander Weerd, 13. C.J. Leary, 14. Brody Roa, 15. Bud Kaeding, 16. Nic Faas, 17. Matt Mitchell, 18. Robert Ballou, 19. R.J. Johnson, 20. Jace Vander Weerd, 21. David Cardey, 22. Cody Williams, 23. Justin Grant, 24. Ronnie Gardner, 25. Nick Drake, 26. Jake Swanson. NT
      **Bezio flipped during the fourth qualifying heat. Grant flipped on lap 23 of the feature.

      FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-40 Darland.

      FINAL AMSOIL USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR STANDINGS: 1-Clauson-1948, 2-Darland-1,885, 3-Bacon-1,770, 4-Stockon-1,698, 5-Thomas-1,657, 6-Hines-1,541, 7-Ballou-1,451, 8-Windom-1,220, 8-Courtney-1,029, 10-Hunter Schuerenberg-1,000.

      FINAL AMSOIL USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR STANDINGS: 1-D.Gradner-1,259, 2-Spencer-1,167, 3-Faas-1,159, 4-Mitchell-868, 5-Kaeding-811, 6-A.Williams-798, 7-C.Williams-770, 8-Roa-703, 9-Bernal-557, 10-R.J. Johnson-503.


      • #4
        I think that should be Gary Patterson, but I've been wrong before.

        Abreu Tops King Of The West Finale
        by NSSN Staff

        STOCKTON, Calif. – Rico Abreu captured the Tribute to Gary Peterson on Saturday evening at The Stockton Dirt Track to close out the 2013 King of the West Sprint Car Series season.

        Abreu held off Jonathan Allard in the closing laps of the event to score his third series victory of 2013. Kyle Hirst finished third, followed by Cory Eliason and Tim Kaeding.

        The third-place finish by Hirst was enough for him to claim his first series championship.

        The finish:

        Rico Abreu, Jonathan Allard, Kyle Hirst, Cory Eliason, Tim Kaeding, Sean Becker, Brent Kaeding, D.J. Netto, Jason Statler, Willie Croft, Terry McCarl, Colby Copeland, Dominic Scelzi, Bud Walberg, Chad Compton, Richard Brace, Evan Suggs, Bobby McMahan, Andy Gregg, Brad Furr, Henry Van Dam, Craig Stidham.


        • #5
          Gravel Breaks Through At Las Cruces
          by NSSN Staff

          LAS CRUCES, N.M. — After steering failure sidelined the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82 on Friday night, David Gravel was masterful in his rebound on Saturday at Southern New Mexico Speedway, earning his first Protect the Harvest A-Feature triumph with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real.

          The fifth first-time winner of the season, ninth in as many features at the New Mexico oval with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, Gravel is scored as the 120th different winner in national tour competition.

          Committing primarily to the cushion of the Southern New Mexico Speedway, Gravel said his car began getting tight in the closing laps.

          “I don’t know if it just got cleaned off, or started taking a little bit of rubber there in the center, but I was definitely getting tight,” Gravel explained. “I didn’t know where to run, high, low, middle, but it was definitely getting tricky there at the end. Hopefully it was enough to get to victory.”

          Finally getting to speed on the fourth attempt, Kolt Walker and Cody Mansfield flipped violently off the top of turns three and four, collecting Jason Johnson in the mix on the initial start. All drivers were ok with Johnson returning to competition after replacing wings and parts of the suspension. Round two, saw third starting Aaron Reutzel spinning; collecting Friday night’s winner Christopher Bell with James Mosher bringing out the third restart.

          Underway, Gravel captured the lead on the second round with a high-line pass on John Carney II exiting turn four before the caution again displayed for the spun No. 20z of Rick Ziehl. One more caution before the first long green-flag run, Gravel set sail with John Carney II and Matt Covington in tow.

          With the leaders working to slower traffic by lap 9, Johnny Herrera began his assault on Jeff Swindell for a spot in the top five. Swapping lines for several laps, Herrera worked past Swindell on lap 10 with the MVT No. 94 returning in kind the following lap.

          The top five remained unchanged until a caution on lap 25. Erasing a 4.285-second advantage by Gravel, the restart yielded problems for Jeff Swindell as Herrera raced by to begin working on Matt Covington for third with caution lights blinking on for the final time for the stopped No. 93 of Dustin Morgan after contact with Brad Loyet on lap 27 sent both drivers pit side. Three laps on the green and David Gravel went unchallenged to victory.

          John Carney II turned in his best finish against the Lucas Oil ASCS with a second-place showing.

          “I was too free from the beginning of the race so I had to be where all the moister was to take advantage of that,” Carney said. “The last three, four laps I could gain a little bit on Gravel coming out of four but that was it.”

          Despite a broken frame sustained during a flip on the start of Friday night’s feature at the El Paso Speedway Park, Johnny Herrera came from eighth to claim the final podium step.

          “We had a good car all night. I usually run really well here, so I had a lot of confidence coming in and that helps a lot,” Herrera said. “The longer the race ran, the better we got, well maybe not better just they started getting slower and we kind of maintained. I’ve just got to thank all the crew guys that jumped in last night to help me. Not only my own, but probably half the field jumped in there.”

          Matt Covington maintained for a fourth-place run with Seth Bergman clawing from 16th to complete the top five.

          The finish:
          David Gravel, John Carney II, Johnny Herrera, Matt Covington, Seth Bergman, Tony Bruce Jr., Travis Rilat, Logan Forler, Jason Johnson, Jeff Swindell, Gary Taylor, Blake Hahn, Brandon Hahn, Joshua Williams, Dustin Morgan, Brad Loyet, Rick Ziehl, James Mosher, Ryan Linder, Kraig Kinser, Harli White, Kolt Walker, Cody Mansfield, Christopher Bell, Aaron Reutzel.


          • #6
            Here's one that Jamski will like

            Elliott Is An All-American Success
            by NSSN Staff

            NASHVILLE, Tenn. – On Saturday night Chase Elliott and Daniel Hemric added to the long and storied racing history of Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville.

            The historic track in Tennessee’s capital city has seen some of stock car racing’s greatest achieve success in the past. By winning the All American 400 Saturday, Elliott cemented his place as one of the greatest short track racers of all time, while Hemric made history of another kind in the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco.

            Elliott won the 300-lap Southern Super Series All American 400 to complete a career sweep of four of Super Late Model racing’s most prestigious events, adding to his Snowball Derby, Winchester 400 and World Crown 300 victories in recent seasons. Hemric eked out the Southern Super Series championship in the final race of the series’ inaugural season by just one point after point leader Bubba Pollard was involved in a late-race crash.

            It was a historic night that will forever be a part of Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville’s lore.

            “I don’t know what to say,” said a humbled Elliott, 17, in victory lane at Nashville. “A big thanks to everyone who has helped me get this far. This means a lot.”

            Elliott, the son of 1988 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Bill Elliott, was close to winning the All American 400 back in 2010, but finished second to T.J. Reaid. Saturday night, he got his redemption by charging to the front in the final 70 laps of the race with fresh tires.

            “We were so close back in 2010 and we had a really good race with T.J., but we just came up a little bit short. To come back and get the job done means a ton to me and my family. We put so much effort into this and it’s great for it to pay off.”

            Hemric finished second to Elliott on the track, then had to wait as Southern Super Series officials crunched the numbers that decided the championship. When the green flag fell to start the race, Hemric was 53 points behind point leader Bubba Pollard. The two traded the championship lead throughout the race with one having time up front when the other was at the back of the pack.

            On lap 283, Pollard was involved in a crash in turn one that took out several other frontrunners, including Eddie Hoffman, Erik Jones and Kyle Benjamin. Pollard’s night was done, leaving the title up for grabs. Hemric made a late pit stop for fresh tires that allowed him to climb up to second at the checkered flag, while Pollard was scored 20th. That gap earned Hemric, a 22-year-old from Kannapolis, N.C., the inaugural Southern Super Series championship.

            “I never thought it would turn out like it did,” said Hemric. “I hated to see Bubba Pollard get taken out like that. It’s horrible and heartbreaking for everyone on that team. That’s kind of how his year went. He was really good, but he had a lot of bad luck. I hate to win it like that, but we were just in the right place at the right time all season. That’s key to running for the championship. We were able to do that throughout the whole series.

            “It’s hard to say that I’m disappointed in winning the championship and running second, but I just really wanted to win that All American 400 and hold that guitar trophy. Still, the championship is pretty sweet.”

            For Pollard, his turn-one incident not only sealed his fate on his championship efforts, it also closed a roller-coaster Southern Super Series season.

            ” I guess it wasn’t meant to be,” Pollard said. “I just hate it for my guys that worked hard all year. We’ve gone through a lot this year and had to make some changes. It’s been an up and down year, but they were the ones that put in the hard work and stuck behind me. They get more out of this than I do. He’s a good driver and he’s as good as they get. He deserves it. Congratulations to him. We just had too many problems this year.”

            Hunter Robbins, Johnny VanDoorn and Augie Grill followed Elliott and Hemric across the stripe to complete the top five in the All American 400.

            The finish:
            Chase Elliott, Daniel Hemric, Hunter Robbins, Johnny VanDoorn, Augie Grill, Ross Kenseth, Preston Peltier, Chad Finley, Trey Mitchell, Donnie Wilson, Eddie Van Meter, Stephen Nasse, Cody Coughlin, T.J. Reaid, Mark Kraus, Erik Jones, Kyle Benjamin, Joseph Meyer, Eddie Hoffman, Bubba Pollard, Mason Mingus, Anderson Bowen, Tyler Speer, Jordan Sims, Willie Allen, Allen Karnes, Austin Theriault, John Hunter Nemechek, Casey Roderick, Spencer Davis, Stacey Crain, Johnny Brazier, Michael House, Dennis Schoenfeld, Mike Garvey, Lonnie Sommerville.


            • #7
              Lanigan Powers To Dirt Track Glory
              by Adam Fenwick

              CONCORD, N.C. – Darrell Lanigan drove to his 12th World of Outlaws Late Model Series triumph of the season Friday night on night two of the World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

              Lanigan started from the pole for the 50-lap feature and jumped into the lead on the opening lap before a spin by Austin Hubbard brought out the first caution flag of the event. Lanigan maintained the lead on the restart while Scott Bloomquist drove around Josh Richards to take over second.

              With clean air ahead, Lanigan was quickly able to pull away from the field. It took him nine laps to catch the tail of the field, which quickly slowed him down and allowed Bloomquist and Richards to close the gap in a hurry.

              Bloomquist followed in Lanigan’s tire tracks, looking for an opening under Lanigan’s No. 29. Bloomquist followed right behind Lanigan as they reached lap 20, with Richards, Don O’Neal and Rick Eckert following close behind.

              The caution flag waved for the second time on lap 24 when Hubbard slowed on the front stretch. The first attempt to go back racing was thwarted when Eric Jacobsen went for a spin in the middle of the field, forcing the third caution flag of the night.

              The field returned to racing again and Lanigan was able to blast back into the lead, but five laps later the fourth caution flag of the night waved when Steve Shaver slowed against the wall in turn two.

              Lanigan again held the lead on the restart as Richards challenged Bloomquist briefly for second.
              Bloomquist was able to hang on to second and he quickly began to close on Lanigan, who caught lapped traffic on lap 37. It quickly became apparent that Lanigan was trapped behind the lapped car of Chad Hollenbeck, allowing Bloomquist to close the cap on the leader.

              Lanigan stayed the course, never moving from the low line as Bloomquist tried desperately to find a way around the former series champion. Bloomquist would have to settle for second as Lanigan drove to a .596-second victory that was worth $12,000.

              “The car was great. When we had clear traffic we could really pick up the pace,” said Lanigan after his first career victory at The Dirt Track at Charlotte in 21 attempts. “Just got up there and caught up with lapped traffic and just kind of followed them around. I knew it would be hard to pass anyway.”

              Bloomquist said he was having issues with the carburetor in his No. 0 ride, making it hard for him to put the power down and get a run on Lanigan.

              “We had quite a stumble in our carburetor there. Coming off the corners with partial throttle it just wouldn’t go very smooth. It was really messing us up through the race,” Bloomquist said. “The car was good. I’ll probably work on it just a little bit more. It could be a little bit stronger off the corner. All in all a good run tonight.”

              Richards finished third and will look to clinch his third series championship Saturday night.

              “We had a really good car. I don’t think those guys were a whole lot better than we were,” Richards said. “We used a little more tire than I thought we did, so we’ll work on her and try again tomorrow.”

              O’Neal finished fourth, followed by Eckert, John Blankenship, Tyler Reddick, Billy Ogle Jr., Billy Decker and Jimmy Owens.

              Heat race victories went to Lanigan, Tyler Reddick, O’Neal, Richards, Eckert and Bloomquist. Ryan Gustin, Austin Hubbard and Eric Wells claimed B-Main victories.

              Billy Moyer set fast time for the event, but was involved in a crash during the first heat race of the night and never got back on track. He was transported to a local hospital complaining of pain in his left wrist and elbow, but was released later in the evening.

              The finish:
              Darrell Lanigan, Scott Bloomquist, Josh Richards, Don O’Neal, Rick Eckert, John Blankenship, Tyler Reddick, Billy Ogle Jr., Billy Decker, Jimmy Owens, Earl Pearson Jr., Chris Brown, Dennis Erb Jr., Ricky Elliott, Clint Smith, Shane Clanton, Kenny Moreland, Eric Wells, Eric Jacobsen, Steve Francis, Morgan Bagley, Chad Hollenbeck, Tim Fuller, Tim McCreadie, Steve Shaver, Austin Hubbard, Ryan Gustin.


              • #8
                Hearn Claims 115th Super DIRTcar Victory
                by Mike Kerchner

                CONCORD, N.C. — The winningest driver in Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block history put another trophy on the shelf Friday night at The Drit Track at Charlotte.

                Brett Hearn started on the pole and led all 40 laps of the opening feature of the seventh annual World of Outlaws World Finals before a standing-room-only crowd of more than 15,000 at the four-tenths-mile dirt track.

                Hearn will take a 161-point lead into the final night of the season on Saturday after his third victory at the Dirt Track and his 115th career triumph in the series. Hearn won the modified feature on Saturday night during the 2012 World Finals.

                “The whole team has been motivated all year to come here and race in front of this crowd,” said Hearn. “These are real race fans from all over the country. This just feels really good today.”

                Hearn had to hold off repeated challenges of Stewart Friesen during the final five laps of the race as the pair raced through lapped traffic. Friesen got even with Hearn on lap 37, but couldn’t complete the pass.

                “I didn’t even know how many laps were left there at the end,” Hearn said. “I just ran this thing as hard as I could from green to checkered.”

                Friesen, meanwhile, finished second despite struggling in lapped traffic during the run to the checkered flag.

                Friesen was one of two drivers to have a run-in with legendary modified driver Danny Johnson. Friesen had trouble lapping Johnson.

                “I learned tonight that if the Doctor is in my way tomorrow, I am going to move him instead of trying to pass him,” Friesen said. “Nobody was getting out of the way tonight.”

                Tim McCreadie spun after contact with Johnson on lap 20. Upon restarting his No. 4, McCreadie sought out Johnson and rammed into the back of Johnson’s mount before eventually blocking the track in front of Johnson.

                Johnson pulled away and officials parked McCreadie for the night.

                Dale Planck finished third with Gary Tomkins and Jimmy Phelps, who started 17th, rounding out the top five.

                The finish:
                Brett Hearn, Stewart Friesen, Matt Sheppard, Dale Planck, Gary Tomkins, Jimmy Phelps, Billy Dunn, Ryan Godown, Billy Decker, Matt Billings, Peter Britten, Justin Haers, Duane Howard, Billy VanInwegen, Dave Rauscher, Adam Roberts, Mat Williamson, Brian Swartzlander, Tim Currier, Rick Laubach, Rich Scagliotta, Carey Terrance, Danny Johnson, Jeremiah Shingledecker, Tim Fuller, Tim McCreadie, Keith Flach, Kevin Bates.


                • #9
                  It’s All Jason Johnson At Cocopah
                  by NSSN Staff

                  SOMERTON, Ariz. — Drawing the highest pill to earn the final starting spot in heat race competition, Jason Johnson turned his night around making the redraw for Friday’s A-Feature; drawing the pole and leading flag-to-flag for his ninth Protect the Harvest A-Feature triumph of the season.

                  Taking one step closer to the season ending $60,000 champion’s prize, Johnson’s win also put the MVT No. 41 that much close to a $25,000 payday Saturday night, rather than $20,000, if the Eunice, La., shoe can complete the weekend sweep at the Cocopah Speedway, only needing to take the green flag in Saturday’s finale to secure his fourth Lucas Oil ASCS National Championship.

                  Finishing ahead of Danny Lasoski by 3.675 seconds, Johnson was all but a lap away from his night ending early as the engine under the bonnet of the No. 41 turned its final revolution as the checkered flag flew.

                  Dropping a cylinder in the closing laps, Johnson was unsure if it was an engine, or fuel leak that was causing the Roush/Yates power plant to skip a beat. During his post-race interview, Johnson admitted to playing a little dangerous and finishing despite being covered in methanol.

                  “I’ll be honest, most of the time when I feel fuel, or smell fuel, I’m out of there,” Johnson said. “I’ve been burned too many times to take a chance, but there’s a lot of money on the line right here in addition to the point’s championship. We like to defy the odds and the odds are definitely against us tomorrow to pull off the clean sweep, but we’ll give it our best shot.”

                  Danny Lasoski capitalized on a lap 21-restart to grab second from Tony Bruce Jr.

                  Taking the BC Funds No. 21 through the center of the Cocopah Speedway entering turn one, Lasoski commented on the move by simply saying, “Whereever Tony went, I was going the opposite.”

                  Bruce settled for the final step on the podium in the Briley Trucking No. 18 after several closing lap battles that involved Johnny Herrera, Jonathan Cornell, and at times Christopher Bell.

                  “I was running the bottom of one and two and all the sudden it just went away but all in all, we’re locked in for tomorrow and that’s the important thing. Sometimes you just get a little bit lucky and fortunately, luck was on our side tonight,” said Bruce.

                  Jonathan Cornell edged Johnny Herrera in the final turns to capture the final transfer into Saturday’s A-Feature. Herrera’s fifth-place run was his 25th of the season.

                  The finish:
                  Jason Johnson, Danny Lasoski, Tony Bruce Jr., Jonathan Cornell, Johnny Herrera, Christopher Bell, Aaron Reutzel, Roger Crockett, Jeff Swindell, Bryan Clauson, Logan Forler, D.J. Netto, Brad Loyet, Travis Rilat, Reece Goetz, Colby Copeland, Dustin Morgan, Seth Bergman, Brandon Hahn, James Mosher, Cole Wood, Matt Covington, Rick Ziehl, Henry VanDam, Kolt Walker.


                  • #10
                    All Richards In World Finals Battle
                    by Adam Fenwick

                    CONCORD, N.C. – Josh Richards capped his 2013 World of Outlaws Late Model Series championship with a victory in the season finale during the World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

                    Richards was dominant Saturday night, leading all 50 laps en route to his 10th victory of the season after starting from the pole. The victory was worth $12,000 to the West Virginia native.

                    “I love coming here. I want to thank all the fans for coming out. This is definitely a really awesome event and definitely icing on the cake,” Richards said.

                    The initial start of the event was called back when second starter Jimmy Owens jumped the start. He was moved back to row two for the second attempt, moving John Blankenship up to the front row alongside Richards.

                    Richards quickly grabbed the lead on the second attempt at the start as Blankenship fell in behind him in second. Owens tried to go high in turn one from fourth, but paid for it when he jumped the cushion and dropped through the field.

                    It only took Richards eight laps to build a massive lead on Blankenship, but on lap nine Friday night winner Darrell Lanigan slowed in turn two resulting in a caution flag. Richards blasted back out into the lead, but the man on the move was Rick Eckert. After starting 12th, Eckert was all the way up to fifth by lap 11.

                    One lap later the caution flag waved for the stopped machine of Bub McCool on the backstretch. The field returned to racing moments later and Richards again blasted out into the lead as Blankenship battled Steve Francis for second.

                    Francis overtook Blankenship for second on lap 14 as Richards pulled away from the field, but Blankenship refused to fall in line and on lap 17 took second back from Francis. While that battle was ongoing Eckert had closed moved into fourth and continuing to move forward.

                    Scott Bloomquist looked to be coming through the field and was up to seventh when he suddenly bounced off the wall in turn four, bringing out another caution flag. Shortly after the restart Eckert dispatched Francis and set his sights on Blankenship. The field was slowed again on lap 23 when Francis got a push from Tyler Reddick in turn one, sending Francis into the outside wall.

                    Richards used another perfect restart to maintain the race lead as Blankenship and Eckert began to battle for second. The battle didn’t last long because the caution flag waved again on lap 29 when Ryan Gustin bounced off the turn four wall.

                    The field returned to racing, but the caution flag waved again one lap latter for a melee in turn three involving Duane Chamberlain, Tim McCreadie and Gregg Satterlee. During the next restart Eckert used a big run on the outside to overtake Blankenship for second.

                    The final 20 laps were clean and green and Eckert was able to stay close to Richards, occasionally looking below Richards to try and take the race lead. It was a futile effort as Richards beat Eckert to the checkers by .941 of a second for the victory.

                    “My guys did a great job. We were pretty good last night. We felt like we were pretty equal,” Richards said. “We made a few minor changes today. It was definitely in the right direction. We didn’t have to do a whole lot. We went out there and just had fun.

                    “I just tried to get a pace going and tried to move around. One and two I felt like was our weak point, but I don’t know if it was or not. Just tried to move around. We were trying to guess what tires we needed before they worked the track and we just stuck with what we had last night and it worked out,” Richards said.

                    Eckert complemented the track workers for creating a racy track surface, which helped him advance from 12th on the starting grid to finish second.

                    “Hats off to the track crew. The race track was excellent,” Eckert. “Everybody went to the bottom early and thought it was going to be around the bottom and I snuck through that middle and got by a lot of cars there. It was pretty cool.”

                    Bobby Pierce charged from 17th at the start to finish third, followed by Blankenship and Dan Stone.

                    Heat races were won by Owens, Richards, Reddick, Blankenship, McCool and Stone. Last Chance Showdown victories went to Lanigan, Kenny Moreland and Brandon Sheppard.

                    The finish:

                    Josh Richards, Rick Eckert, Bobby Pierce, John Blankenship, Dan Stone, Jimmy Owens, Brandon Sheppard, Shane Clanton, Earl Pearson Jr., Clint Smith, Eric Wells, Morgan Bagley, Tim Fuller, B.J. Robinson, Kenny Moreland, Gregg Satterlee, Duane Chamberlain, Tim McCreadie, Ryan Gustin, Chris Ferguson, Tyler Reddick, Steve Francis, Scott Bloomquist, Bub McCool, Darrell Lanigan, Steve Shaver, Jeremy Miller.


                    • #11
                      Friesen Claims Super DIRTcar Finale
                      by Adam Fenwick

                      CONCORD, N.C. – Stewart Friesen passed new Super DIRTcar Series big-block modified champion Brett Hearn in the closing laps of Saturday’s season finale during the World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway to score his second victory of 2013.

                      Hearn started third and got around polesitter Ryan Godown to take the lead on the opening lap just as the caution flag waved for a crash involving Billy Dunn and Tim Currier in turn four.

                      The field returned to racing and Hearn was able to hold the lead as the battle for second unfolded behind him. Friesen, who started second but fell to fourth on the restart, passed Godown to take third on lap six.

                      As Friesen turned his attention to catching second-place Dale Planck, Hearn was quickly catching the tail of the field. On lap 11 Hearn was knee deep in traffic, slicing and dicing his way through the field as Planck and Friesen tried to close the gap.

                      Friesen was able to sneak past Planck as the two negotiated traffic, with sixth-starting Jimmy Phelps also working by Planck. By then Hearn had nearly a straightaway lead on Friesen, but once Friesen cleared traffic he began to close the gap.

                      Bad luck struck Tim McCreadie on lap 28 when he slowed coming out of turn four, forcing series officials to wave the caution flag. Hearn was able to hold off Friesen during the restart, but Friesen made sure to stay right behind Hearn as they pulled away from third-place Phelps.

                      As Hearn and Friesen battled for the lead, they began to swap lanes in the corners. Hearn would go low and Friesen high in turns three and four, with the pair swapping lanes in turns one and two. Friesen made his move on lap 37, using a strong run out of turn two to get alongside Hearn down the backstretch.

                      Hearn and Friesen stayed side-by-side down the backstretch, but entering turn three Friesen was able to clear Hearn to take the lead for the first time in the 40-lap feature. Hearn fell in behind Friesen and began to look for a way around, but the opening never came as Friesen held on for the victory.

                      “Last night we learned some things and we applied what we learned last night to the car tonight. My guys worked their tails off, what a great race car,” Friesen said. “We have a lot fun. We work hard and we play hard. We’re going to go enjoy this tonight, that is for damn sure.”

                      Despite being denied a weekend sweep at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Hearn was still pleased after earning his eighth series championship.

                      “He went a little harder on tires just like he did last night and I was just hanging on at the end,” Hearn said. “I knew I was struggling a little bit just trying to find some bite off the corners so I was moving around trying to find something.

                      “I’ve got a great handling car, a bunch of really good teammates and it feels good to win the championship, but I’d like to win it all,” Hearn said.

                      Phelps finished third, followed by Ryan Godown and Duane Howard.

                      The finish:

                      Stewart Friesen, Brett Hearn, Jimmy Phelps, Ryan Godown, Duane Howard, Gary Tomkins, Dale Planck, Matt Billings, Billy Decker, Matt Sheppard, Danny Johnson, Mat Williamson, Billy VanInwegen, Justin Haers, Carey Terrance, Rob Bellinger, Kevin Bates, Justin Wright, Peter Britten, Rick Laubach, Tim Currier, Keith Flach, Dave Rauscher, Kenny Tremont Jr., Brian Swartzlander, Tim McCreadie, Rich Scagliotta, Billy Dunn.


                      • #12
                        Johnson Breaks The Bank In Arizona
                        by NSSN Staff

                        SOMERTON, Ariz. — The final night of competition for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real was one for the record books as Jason Johnson completed the sweep of the four-race Cocopah Cup Challenge to secure his fourth Lucas Oil ASCS national title.

                        A record in terms of a winner’s pay, the $5,000 bonus for the sweep brought Johnson’s payday to $25,000, making the season finale the highest paying winner’s check ever doled out in Lucas Oil ASCS competition.

                        Taking a combined $41,000 from the Cocopah Speedway with the four-race sweep, Johnson stood on cloud nine in victory lane with son, Jaxx, and wife Bobbi.

                        “It just speaks volumes about this team and what they’ve accomplished,” Johnson said.

                        Gridding the MVT No. 41 fourth for the season’s final 30 lap Protect the Harvest feature event, Johnson ran third the first eight revolutions, trialing front row starters Tony Bruce Jr. and Logan Forler.

                        Working the inside line of the Cocopah Speedway, Johnson worked past Forler on lap nine for second, then Bruce on lap 10 for the lead.

                        Under green from the start, slower traffic began coming into play by the eleventh round. Forced to the cushion, the Waco Metals No. 41 began distancing himself from Bruce who was contending with large amounts of oil beginning to pour out the left side the Briely Trucking No. 18.

                        Falling to third on lap 15, the oil leak finally ended Bruce’s night on lap 20.

                        Still having not seen a caution, Logan Forler began closing the gap on Johnson for the race lead. Slowly chipping away at the advantage of Johnson, the No. 2L closed the gap in a hurry with nine laps to run.

                        With slower traffic situated to the inside of Johnson’s No. 41, Forler seized the opportunity at the lead. Sticking to the hub of the Cocopah Speedway; Forler powered almost even with Johnson exiting turn two; pitting the pair into a drag race for the bottom of turn three.

                        Asked if he did in fact see Forler’s bid for the lead, Johnson replied, “Hell yeah I saw him. I went to the top side and was just hung up behind a lapped car and actually, I was watching Seth Bergman . He was getting a good run off the bottom when I was trying to get a run on him then coming out of turn two, I glanced back and saw Forler just to the inside of me so from that point on, I wasn’t going to miss my marks.”

                        Forler‘s runner-up finish was his eighth podium appearance of the season. Having to overcome mechanical problems earlier in the evening, Forler said his run with a tired draw, “We had a real scramble of a night but Jason did a great job. I tried to put him under pressure the last few laps but, he’s been doing this a long time so it’s hard to put pressure on someone with that much experience.”

                        Marching from 11th, Christopher Bell rode the ever-thinning cushion to a third-place finish. “It was a bummer,” Bell said. “I was hoping we could get a yellow late in the race when I moved to third but, oh well, we’ll take third and move on.”

                        Brad Loyet’s fourth-place finish from eighth secured his fourth-place finish in the season’s final standings with Danny Lasoski finishing fifth.

                        The finish:

                        Jason Johnson, Logan Forler, Christopher Bell, Brad Loyet, Danny Lasoski, Roger Crockett, D.J. Netto, Johnny Herrera, Travis Rilat, Mason Moore, Henry VanDam, Jeff Swindell, Bryan Clauson, Brady Bacon, Seth Bergman, Reece Goetz, Blake Hahn, Matt Covington, Sean Becker, Dustin Morgan, Cole Wood, Barry Martinez, James Mosher, Tony Bruce Jr., Brandon Hahn, Jonathan Cornell.


                        • #13
                          Gaulding Wins Race, Thorn Wins Title
                          by NSSN Staff

                          AVONDALE, Ariz. – Gray Gaulding won the Casino Arizona 50 on Saturday at Phoenix International Raceway, but Derek Thorn was the man of the night.

                          Thorn, from Lakeport, Calif., earned his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship with a 15th-place finish which was enough to hold off a trio of contenders. Thorn carried a 16-point advantage over 2011 series champion Greg Pursley into the night with Cameron Hayley and Michael Self right there, as well.

                          Gaulding got the win when Cole Custer spun in Turns 3 and 4 on the white-flag lap after some slight contact. It’s the first career victory for the 15-year-old NASCAR Next driver out of Colonial Heights, Va., who becomes the youngest race winner in K&N West history at 15 years, 8 months and 30 days. He eclipses the mark of 16 years and 2 months established by Dylan Kwasniewski in Aug. 2011.

                          Fellow NASCAR K&N Pro Series East competitor and 2013 Sunoco Rookie of the Year Jesse Little crossed the line in second followed by Hayley in third. David Mayhew was fourth followed by Brandon McReynolds in fifth. Custer recovered to finish sixth while Kelly Admiraal, Brett Thompson, Self and Cuzick completed the top 10.

                          Custer dominated the event by winning the 21 Means 21 presented by Coors Brewing Company Pole Award earlier in the day and leading all but the final lap of the race.

                          The final margin for Thorn in the standings was six points over Hayley while Pursley and Self finished 15 and 24 markers back, respectively.

                          The race was red flagged on the initial start after several cars got tangled on the frontstretch causing a lengthy cleanup.

                          Thorn and NASCAR’s other 2013 touring champions will be honored at the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14 at the Charlotte (N.C.) Convention Center in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.


                          • #14
                            USAC SOUTHWEST & WEST COAST "Special Event" SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: November 14, 2013 - Peoria, Arizona - Canyon Speedway Park - 46th "Western World Championships"

                            FIRST HEAT #1: (8 laps) 1. Mike Colegrove (#17m Colegrove), 2. Parker Price-Miller (#9p Ronk), 3. Shon Deskins (#20 Deskins), 4. Ronnie Clark (#6 Clark), 5, Dave Darland (#73 Ford), 6. Gary Taylor (#68 Beal), 7. Josh Grady (#12J Grady), 8. Stevie Sussex (#57 Stone), 9. Dalten Gabbard (#5D Baldwin). NT

                            SECOND HEAT #1: (8 laps) 1. Jerry Coons Jr. (#4G Cook), 2. Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey), 3. Josh Shipley (#2x Bishop), 4. Ryan Linder (#9 Linder), 5. Colby Copeland (#74 Williams), 6. James Aragon (#57x Stone), 7. Tom Lee (#53 Lee), 8. Bruce St. James (#7k St. James), 9. Connor Kassik (#26 Kassik). NT

                            THIRD HEAT #1: (8 laps) 1. Mike Bonneau (#29 Bonneau), 2. R.J. Johnson (#77m Michaels), 3. Brady Bacon (#99 Bacon), 4. Bradley Terrell (#5v VanLare), 5. Tom Ogle (#48 Ogle), 6. Bob Ream Jr. (#8 BRAT), 7. Aaron Reutzel (#21a Miller), 8. Joe Ramaker (#98x Ramaker), 9. Matt Rossi (#02 Rossi). NT

                            FIRST HEAT #2: (8 laps) 1. Darland, 2. Taylor, 3. Davis, 4. Clark, 5. Coons, 6. Bacon, 7. Lee, 8. Kassik, 9. Grady. NT

                            SECOND HEAT #2: (8 laps) 1. Copeland, 2. Terrell, 3. Johnson, 4. Ream, 5. Sussex, 6. Reutzel, 7. Rossi, 8. Shipley, 9. M.Bonneau. NT

                            THIRD HEAT #2: (8 laps) 1. Ogle, 2. Deskins, 3. Colegrove, 4. Linder, 5. Price-Miller, 6. Gabbard, 7. St. James, 8. Aragon, 9. Ramaker. NT

                            SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Reutzel, 2. Gabbard, 3. St. James, 4. Shipley, 5. M.Bonneau, 6. Grady, 7. Aragon, 8. Lee, 9. Kassik, 10. Rossi, 11. Ramaker. NT

                            FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. R.J. Johnson, 2. Brady Bacon, 3. Jerry Coons Jr., 4. Dave Darland, 5. Aaron Reutzel, 6. Mike Colegrove, 7. Stevie Sussex, 8. Bradley Terrell, 9. Gary Taylor, 10. Tom Ogle, 11. Parker Price-Miller, 12. Bob Ream Jr., 13. Bruce st. James, 14. Josh Shipley, 15. Ronnie Clark, 16. Josh Grady, 17. Shon Deskins, 18. Colby Copeland, 19. Ryan Linder, 20. Mike Bonneau, 21. Charles Davis Jr., 22. Dalten Gabbard. NT
                            FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-30 Johnson.

                            NEW SOUTHWEST SPRINT CAR STANDINGS: 1-Johnson-1,234, 2-Davis-1,130, 3-Mike Martin-965, 4-Deskins-892, 5-Clark-860, 6-Josh Pelkey-788, 7-Andy Reinbold-765, 8-St. James-643, 9-Brian Hosford-629, 10-Chris Bonneau-625.

                            NEXT USAC SOUTHWEST & WEST COAST "Special Event" SPRINT RACE: November 15 - "Peoria, AZ - Canyon Speedway Park - 46th Annual "Western World Championships"


                            • #15
                              USAC HONDA NATIONAL/WESTERN MIDGET CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: November 14, 2013 - Peoria, Arizona - Canyon Speedway Park - 46th " Western World Classic"

                              QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Tracy Hines, 24, Parker-13.874; 2. Brady Bacon, 99, Bacon-13.893; 3. Darren Hagen, 56, 5IVE-6IX-13.910; 4. Rico Abreu, 67k, Kunz-14.010; 5. Christopher Bell, 71, Kunz-14.011; 6. Shannon McQueen, 7, McQueen-14.084; 7. Caleb Armstrong, 7c, C& A-14.097; 8. Dave Darland, 73, Ford-14.129; 9. Tanner Thorson, 67, Kunz-14.145; 10. R.J. Johnson, 51, Martin-14.147; 11. Ronnie Gardner, 68, Six-Eight-14.164; 12. Bryan Clauson, 39, Tucker/BCI/Curb-Agajanian-14.232; 13. Parker Price-Miller, 9p, Ronk-14.256; 14. Taylor Ferns, 55, Ferns-14.261; 15. Tyler Thomas, 91T, Thomas-14.276; 16. Chris Windom, 3, RFMS-14.304; 17. Andrew Felker, 11a, Felker-14.315; 18. Mike Spencer, 57, Ecker-14.325; 19. Dalton Armstrong, 7a, C & A-14.342; 20. Nick Drake, 55x, Cline-14.382; 21. Stevie Sussex, 1az, Sussex-14.489; 22. Jake Swanson, 05, Swanson/VanDyne-14.515; 23. Brad Kuhn, 10, Cook-14.517; 24. Trey Marcham, 37, McQueen-14.545; 25. Zach Daum, 5D, Daum-14.613; 26. Kyle Edwards, 39, Edwards-14.647; 27. Bobby East, 4, Klatt-14.698; 28. Terry Goodwin, 2G, Goodwin-14.748; 29. Aaron Reutzel, 91a, Thomas-14.768; 30. Rick Shuman, 22az, Shuman-14.853; 31. Josh Pelkey, 12jr, Allen-15.021.

                              FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Felker, 2. Bell, 3. Hines, 4. Thorson, 5. Price-Miller, 6. Daum, 7. Reutzel, 8. Sussex. NT

                              SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Spencer, 2. Ferns, 3. Johnson, 4. McQueen, 5. Swanson, 6. Edwards, 7. Shuman. NT

                              THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Hagen, 2. Kuhn, 3. Thomas, 4. Gardner, 5. C.Armstrong, 6. Pelkey, 7. East, 8. D.Armstrong. NT

                              FOURTH HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Clauson, 2. Windom, 3. Drake, 4. Abreu, 5. Marcham, 6. Darland, 7. Goodwin. NT

                              SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Bacon, 2. Darland, 3. C.Armstrong, 4. Price-Miller, 5. Daum, 6. Marcham, 7. Swanson, 8. Pelkey, 9. Edwards, 10. East, 11. Reutzel, 12. D.Armstrong, 13. Sussex, 14. Shuman, 15. Goodwin. NT

                              FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Christopher Bell, 2. Brady Bacon, 3. Bryan Clauson, 4. Darren Hagen, 5. Rico Abreu, 6. Tracy Hines, 7. Zach Daum, 8. Dave Darland, 9. Brad Kuhn, 10. Mike Spencer, 11. Caleb Armstrong, 12. R.J. Johnson, 13. Tanner Thorson, 14. Nick Drake, 15. A.J. Felker, 16. Shannon McQueen, 17. Ronnie Gardner, 18. Parker Price-Miller, 19. Trey Marcham, 20. Tyler Thomas, 21. Chris Windom, 22. Taylor Ferns. NT
                              **Shuman flipped during the second heat. Ferns flipped on the first lap of the feature.

                              FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-7 Thorson, Laps 8-30 Bell.

                              NEW HONDA NATIONAL DIRT MIDGET POINTS: 1-Bell-968, 2-Clauson-855, 3-Hines-806, 4-Hagen-781, 5-Abreu-709, 6-Jerry Coons Jr.-706, 7-Daum-687, 8-Felker-635, 9-Kuhn-556, 10-Thorson-538.

                              NEW HONDA WESTERN DIRT MIDGET POINTS: 1-Gardner-1,118, 2-J.Swanson-839, 3-David Prickett-733, 4-Scott Pierovich-693, 5-McQueen-560, 6-Randi Pankratz-498, 7-Cody Swanson-458, 8-Nick Chivello-450, 9-Marcham-364, 10-Terry Nichols-357.

                              NEXT HONDA USAC NATIONAL/WESTERN MIDGET RACE: November 15 - Peoria, AZ - Canyon Speedway Park - 46th " Western World Classic"


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