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Winters Wires SLM Field for 2nd Hagerstown Triumph

By Brett Rose

HAGERSTOWN, MD – Marvin Winters wired the Thomas All Things Automotive Super Late Model field from start to finish to pick up his second feature win of the season at Hagerstown Speedway.

Driving his familiar Tex Shaffer-owned No.46 Rocket XR-1, Winters drove off from fellow front row starter Scott Palmer at the start, held off the challenges of Gary Stuhler, and then a fast-closing Nick Dickson towards the end of the 25 lap main event.

“We had to take advantage of a pole spot; you don’t get those very often. The bottom was pretty good for me, so I stayed on it. I figured Gary (Stuhler) would be coming on the bottom if I had left it open.”, said Winters.

Dickson held on to second, while Gene Knaub made a late pass on Stuhler to take third. Stuhler finished fourth, and Matt Parks finished fifth.

“The Captain” Ralph Morgan grabbed the 20 lap Late Model Sportsman feature for his first win of the season at Hagerstown. In his Black Diamond chassis No.44, Morgan got around Barry Miller past the halfway point to take to lead and went on to almost a two second advantage at the finish.

Randy Burkholder finished third, Paul Cursey, Jr. was fourth, and Michael Walls was fifth.

Keith Koontz was victorious for the first time in 2017, taking home the accolades in the 15 lap Pure Stock feature. Koontz withstood the challenges of Mike Walls, while Craig Parrill chased the top duo for most of the feature race.

Following the top three at the checkers were Brandon Churchey and Dillon Wilson.

Jonathan Raley scored again in the Hobby Stock division for his fourth Hagerstown win of the season. Raley rebounded from an early miscue to drive back around Jamie Mills for lead, then went on to visit victory lane for the third straight time in two weeks.

Mills held on to finish second, Davey Gross, Jr. was third, Bryan Neff was fourth, and James Speelman finished fifth.

Rounding out the night was a special appearance for the 4 Cylinder Mini-Stocks, and it was Allen Whitt, Jr. that took the top honors after swapping the lead a few times with Randy Linaburg. Vance Williams, Mike Kershner, and Tommy Whitt completed the top five.

Feature Results

Super Late Models – 1. 46-Marvin Winters, 2. 17-Nick Dickson, 3. 1-Gene Knaub, 4. 55-Gary Stuhler, 5. 44-Matt Parks, 6. 05-Roy Deese Jr., 7. 86-Scott Palmer, 8. 2T-Kyle Lee, 9. 82-Andy Fries, 10. 22R-Reese Masiello, 11. 21-Chad Myers, 12. 26-Jerry Bard, 13. 44M-Ralph Morgan Jr.

Late Model Sportsman – 1. 44X-Ralph Morgan Jr.,. 88-Barry Miller, 3. 77-Randy Burkholder, 4. 37-Paul Cursey Jr., 5. 99-Michael Walls, 6. 72D-Dale Murphy, 7. 11G-Derick Garman, 8. 11B-Ronnie Bottenfield, 9. 11-Joe Westerman Jr., 10. 7-Kenneth Yoder, 11. 21M-Matt Murphy, 12. 24R-John Rowland, DNS 13-Brad McGinnis, 1T-Tim Murphy, 08K-Zach Kauffman, 000-Matt Nailor

Pure Stocks- 1. 08-Keith Koontz, 2. 52-Mike Walls, 3. 3-Craig Parrill, 4. 05-Brandon Churchey, 5. 65-Dillon Wilson, 6. 6-Wayne Hawbaker, 7. S7-Sean Dawson, 8. 44-Frank DiBella, 9. 3T-Bubby Tharp, 10. 4-Nick DiBella, 11. 56-Ed Pope, 12. 4H-Lane Hessong, 13. 81F-Marshall McMullen, 14. 2+2-Shane Wilt, 15. 64-William Crook, 16. 69-Dwayne Snyder, 17. 19M-Bobby Meixsell, 18. 72-Michael Kratovil

Hobby Stocks- 1. 92-Jonathan Raley, 2. 0-Jamie Mills, 3. 27-Davey Gross Jr., 4. 03-Bryan Neff, 5. 11A-James Speelman, 6. 31-Willie Ling, 7. 22-Kenny Thomas, 8. 29-Nathan Gilliland, 9. 54-John Catlett, 10. 18-Ralph Hansberger, 11. 28K-Kyle Deneen, 12. 6-Joe Rodgers

4 Cylinders – 1. 33-Allen Whitt Jr., 2. 17L-Randy Linaburg, 3. 41-Vance Williams, 4. 43X-Mike Kershner, 5. 85-Tommy Whitt, 6. 10-Jeremy Ott, DNS 53-Tyler Kirby, 151-Ryan Laye, 19-Jacob Whitt

Lear and Raley Double Up on Twin Feature Night at Hagerstown

By Brett Rose

HAGERSTOWN, MD – Winning two features in the same night was twice as nice for “Showtime” Kyle Lear and Jonathan Raley on Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway as each driver doubled up with checkered flags at the end of the evening.

Lear has been the driver to beat in Late Model Sportsman competition all season at the Hub City oval. In the first feature, he blasted past early race leader Ralph Morgan up high off of turn two after a restart, and never looked back the rest of the was in the first Twin 15 Lap feature.

Lear drew an eight pill for the second feature inversion, and needed just a few more laps to get up to the front. Just as he passed Morgan after a restart in the first of two LMS features, the victim of an outside pass off of turn two after a restart was Michael Walls.

Lear drove his Valenzia Trucking No. 151 Rocket XR-1 to his sixth and seventh feature win of the 2017 season.

Lear said: “We actually made adjustments for the car to run the top, so we figured the cushion was gonna be there a little bit in this race, and hopefully the race track will widen out for that second one, and we’ll really get going.”

Raley picked up the wins in the Hobby Stock Twin 8’s with dominant drives in both contests. Raley started on the pole in the first feature and survived a few restarts and the challenges of Davey Gross, Jr. to get the first of two checkered flags.

Raley drew a ten pill for the second feature invert, and passed nine cars in the first lap before taking the lead away from Willie Ling on the second circuit.

Raley again had to endure a couple of restarts, but he drove his No.92 Camaro to his second and third feature win at Hagerstown on the season.

“To win some here, you know it’s a dream come true. This place is phenomenal, you know, it’s the best place to come race. I can’t thank everybody enough.”, said Raley in his victory lane interview.

Ridge Bookwalter and Craig Parrill split the Twin 10 Pure Stock features. Bookwalter started on the pole, and after three attempts to complete a lap, the field was forced to use a single-file start. Bookwalter drove away for a few laps before Parill began to eat away at his lead.

At the finish, Bookwalter held off and took his first Hagerstown win over Parrill by half a car length at the checkered flag.

Bookwalter drew a two invert pill, which put him outside of Parrill on the front row of the second feature. This time, Parrill drove away from the field to record his eighth Hagerstown Speedway triumph of the season.

Twin Feature Results

Late Model Sportsman 1st Feature –1. 151-Kyle Lear, 2. 44X-Ralph Morgan Jr., 3. 8L-James Lichliter, 4. 88-Barry Miller, 5. 48-Donnie Farlling, 6. 5-Alan Sagi, 7. 1K-Bruce Kane, 8. 99-Michael Walls, 9. 13-Brad McGinnis, 10. 37-Paul Cursey Jr., 11. 72D-Dale Murphy, 12. 11-Joe Westerman Jr., 13. 08K-Zach Kauffman, 14. 88H-Kris Holliday, 15. K20-Kadden Smith, 16. 81-Eddie Cornett, 17. 44-Justin Jesmer, 18. 50-Jason Smith, 19. 24R-John Rowland, 20. 89-Scott Wilson, 21. 0X-Peter Neuder, 22. 9A-Kurt Zimmerman, 23. 8F-Taylor Farlling, DNS- 33K-Devin Hart

LMS 2nd Feature – 1. 151-Kyle Lear, 2. 99-Michael Walls, 3. 88-Barry Miller, 4. 5-Alan Sagi, 5. 48-Donnie Farlling, 6. 8L-James Lichliter, 7. 44X-Ralph Morgan Jr., 8. 13-Brad McGinnis, 9. 1K-Bruce Kane, 10. 37-Paul Cursey Jr., 11. 11-Joe Westerman Jr., 12. 08K-Zach Kauffman, 13. K20-Kadden Smith, 14. 72D-Dale Murphy, 15.44-Justin Jesmer, 16. 88H-Kris Holliday, 17. 50-Jason Smith, 18. 89-Scott Wilson, 19. 0X-Peter Neuder, 20. 81-Eddie Cornett, 21. 8F-Taylor Farlling DNS 24R-John Rowland, 9A-Kurt Zimmerman, 33K-Devin Hart

Pure Stock  1st Feature – 1. H20-Ridge Bookwalter, 2. 3-Craig Parrill, 3. 08-Keith Koontz, 4. 19-Danny Atherton, 5. 56-Ed Pope, 6. 18-David Stouffer Jr., 7. 6-Wayne Hawbaker, 8. S7-Sean Dawson, 9. 2+2-Shane Wilt, 10. 31-Drew Fitzsimmons, 11. 59-Mike Desch, 12. 4-Nick DiBella, 13. 69-Jamie Zentmyer, 14. 3T-Dickie Tharp, 15. 12-Michael Warrenfeltz,. 22-Jamey Swank, 17. 05-Brandon Churchey, 18. 36M-Cale Martin, 19. 62-Danny Beavers Jr., 20. 72-Michael Kratovil, 21. 81F-Marshall McMullen, 22. 89-Scotty Nelson, 23. 43-Randy Kline, 24. 44-Frank DiBella

PS 2nd Feature – 1. 3-Craig Parrill, 2. 08-Keith Koontz, 3. 19-Danny Atherton, 4. H20-Ridge Bookwalter, 5. 05-Brandon Churchey, 6. S7-Sean Dawson, 7. 12-Michael Warrenfeltz, 8. 31-Drew Fitzsimmons, 9. 56-Ed Pope, 10. 4-Nick DiBella, 11. 3T-Dickie Tharp, 12. 22-Jamey Swank, 13. 72-Michael Kratovil, 14. 18-David Stouffer Jr., 15. 6-Wayne Hawbaker, 16. 2+2-Shane Wilt, 17. 59-Mike Desch, 18. 69-Jamie Zentmyer, 19. 62-Danny Beavers Jr., 20. 81F-Marshall McMullen, 21. 89-Scotty Nelson , DNS 36M-Cale Martin, 43-Randy Kline, 44-Frank DiBella

Hobby Stock  1st Feature – 1. 92-Jonathan Raley,. 27-Davey Gross Jr., 3. 0-Jamie Mills, 4. 11A-James Speelman, 5. 31-Willie Ling, 6. 18-Ralph Hansberger, 7. 54-John Catlett, 8. 12LC-Laura Chamberlain, 9. 29-Nathan Gilliland, 10. 25-Rodney Miner, 11. B1-Nick Bechtel, 12. 19-Cheyenne Ranker, 13. 03-Bryan Neff, DNS  6-Gary Breeden

HS 2nd Feature – 1. 92-Jonathan Raley, 2. 0-Jamie Mills, 3. 27-Davey Gross Jr., 4. 11A-James Speelman, 5. 18-Ralph Hansberger, 6. 31-Willie Ling, 7. 54-John Catlett, 8. 12LC-Laura Chamberlain, 9. 25-Rodney Miner, 10. 29-Nathan Gilliland, 11. 19-Cheyenne Ranker,  DNS B1-Nick Bechtel, 03-Bryan Neff, 6-Gary Breeden

Lear Wins SCN Qualifier at Hagerstown

By Brett Rose

HAGERSTOWN, MD – “Showtime” Kyle Lear locked himself into the Hagerstown Speedway Small Car Nationals with his fifth 20 lap Late Model Sportsman feature win of the season.

The Severna Park, MD racer kept the lead from his pole position start, and withstood two cautions along with the challenges of Justin Weaver before driving away from the field to the checkered flag.

Weaver battled and swapped James Lichliter for the runner-up spot a couple of times before settling into second place. Lichliter held onto third place as Michael Walls and Frankie Gordon rounded out the top five.

Lear said: “We fell off the top and we struggled to get back up this year, and we work hard in the shop. We found big problems last week and we capitalized on them. Races are won in the shop, and I’m gonna tell ya, these guys behind me are behind me 100% whether we’re in the dirt or on top.”

Greg “Spike” Moore claimed his guaranteed spot in September with a dominate victory in the 15 lap Pure Stock feature. Moore drove past early race leader Ryan Sager, and pulled away while maintaining a straightaway lead through lapped traffic.

Sager held off a fast closing Craig Parrill for second, while Keith Koontz and Sean Dawson completed the top five.

Shawn Shoemaker returned to victory lane and punched his ticket to a SCN Hobby Stock feature spot. Shoemaker drove his way to the win from a twelfth-place start in a wild 12 lap feature that saw multiple lead changes, and saw Dylan Rutherford suffer a hard crash into the turn three guardrail. Rutherford climbed out under his own power.

Shoemaker made his winning move around Alex Boozel at the white flag. Boozel finished second, followed by Davey Gross, Jr., Jamie Mills, and Bryan Neff

Ryan Laye also returned to the Hub City oval victory lane after the 4 Cylinder Mini-Stock feature event. Laye led from start to finish over Mike Kershner, Shane Sixeas, Jeremy Ott, and Eric Boozel.

Chris Anderson picked up his guaranteed SCN U-Car spot with a dominant win by half a lap over Matt Worley, Rusty Garlock, Anthony Varner, and Kala Varner.

Feature Results

Late Model Sportsman –1. 151-Kyle Lear,  2. 2J-Justin Weaver,  3. 8L-James Lichliter, 4. 99-Michael Walls, 5. 92-Frankie Gordon, 6. 2-Dan Zechman, 7. 1K-Bruce Kane, 8. 62-Devin Frey, 9. 32J-Shaun Jones, 10. 77-Randy Burkholder,  11. 72D-Dale Murphy,  12. 11B-Ronnie Bottenfield, 13. 000-Matt Nailor, 14. 88D-Devin Weyandt, 15. 44-Justin Jesmer,  16. 11-Joe Westerman Jr., 17. 21M-Matt Murphy, 18. 43-Cody Kershner,  19. 24R-John Rowland, DNS 9-Jason Sarver

Pure Stock – 1.  11-Greg Moore,  2. 22*-Ryan Sager, 3. 3-Craig Parrill,  4. 08-Keith Koontz,  5. S7-Sean Dawson,  6. 38-Brian Duffy,  7. 05-Brandon Churchey,  8. 44-Frank DiBella, 9. 21K-Kory Sites,  10. 6C-Tony Catlett, 11.  22-Jamey Swank,  12. 4-Nick DiBella, 13. 00-Joshua Bloom,  14. 1W-Michelle Walls,  15. 2+2-Shane Wilt, 16. 64-William Crook,  17. 6-Wayne Hawbaker, 18. 34C-Jimmy Parrill, 19. 20-Dana Quade, 20. 72-Michael Kratovil, 21. 31H-Greg Hainsey, 22. 81F-Marshall McMullen

Hobby Stock – 1. Shawn Shoemaker, 2. Alex Boozel, 3. Davey Gross, Jr., 4. Jamie Mills, 5. Bryan Neff, 6. Kenny Thomas, 7. Jonathan Raley, 8. John Catlett, 9. Ryan Beckett, 10. Willie Ling, 11. Laura Chamberlain, 12. Eric Weyandt, 13. Rodney Miner, 14. Nick Bechtel, 15. James Speelman, 16. Dylan Rutherford

4 Cylinders – 1. Ryan Laye, 2. Mike Kershner, 3. Shane Sixeas, 4. Jeremy Ott, 5. Eric Boozel, 6. Jacob Whitt, 7. Willie Dodson, 8. Matt Sowers, 9. Kent Leonard, 10. Austin Kirby, 11. Seth Yeager, 12. Fred Cummings, DNS- Kevin Bard

U-Cars – 1. Chris Anderson, 2. Matt Worley, 3. Rusty Garlock, 4. Anthony Varner, 5. Kala Varner, 6. Justin Williamson, 7. Kyle Rohrbaugh, 8. Travis Brown, 9. Travis Semple, 10. Roy Denike, 11. Larry Lamb, 12. Eric Seibert, 13. Dale Varner, Jr., 14. Rob Leidy, 15. Robert Wellman, 16. Justin Oberlin, 17. Bailey Johnson, DNS- Shane Seville, Kyle Frankenberry, Bruce Betres

 

Dewease Takes Johnny Grum Memorial/PA Speedweek Checkers

By Brett Rose

HAGERSTOWN, MD – In front of a huge crowd assembled on a Wednesday evening that packed the punch of some nationally known superstars, Lance Dewease drove his way through the field to the checkered flag in the 1st annual 30 Lap, $5,000 to win Johnny Grum Memorial.

Thirty-six 410 Sprint Cars signed into the pit area, and T.J. Stutts drove his No.11 machine to a quick lap of 15.580 seconds around the Hub City oval. It was the third straight quick time of PA Sprint Speedweek for the Liverpool, PA racer.

Freddie Rahmer shared the front row with former World of Outlaws champion Dave Blaney, and immediately put his No.51 into the lead. Rahmer began to pull away as Rico Abreu and Danny Dietrich began battling Blaney for the runner-up spot.

Dewease began marching through the field from his tenth-place start, and was up to third by Lap 14. A spin on the backstretch by James McFadden brought out the only caution of the feature at the halfway point.

Shortly after the restart, Rahmer sped away as Dewease passed Abreu for second on Lap 17. Rahmer hit lapped traffic on Lap 22, and that allowed Dewease to close in on the lead. The Fayetteville, PA veteran caught Rahmer, and made the pass for the lead in the Don Kreitz, Jr. No. 69k on the low side coming off of turn two with just three laps remaining.

Dewease drove on to victory to record his 15th career win at Hagerstown Speedway, and won the Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek race at Hagerstown for the second straight year.

In his winner’s interview, Dewease said: “Tonight was a great night. We weren’t very good there in the heat race, and they kept working hard on it, and got it better. I’m glad I ain’t gonna have to race Little Freddie (Rahmer) the rest of my career, because he’ll be racing way longer than I’ll be racing. He’s turning into a helluva good racer in a little bit of time, and my hat’s off to him, his dad, and everybody on that team.”

“He probably had a little bit better car than me, but he just kinda didn’t know what to do with a couple of those lapped cars, and I hit a couple of those cars pretty good, got a good run at him, and it’s always easier when your second with lapped cars than what it is in the lead.”

Rahmer held on to second, while Abreu, Ryan Smith, and Danny Dietrich completed the top five.

Kyle Larson had his three race Speedweek win streak snapped. He started 18th and finished 11th, while Kasey Kahne started 15th and finished 17th.

Heat race winners were Dave Blaney, Freddie Rahmer, Ryan Smith, and Trey Starks. After a brief delay for a passing rain shower, the B-Main winner was Frankie Herr.

Feature Results

410 Sprint Cars-  1. Lance Dewease, 2. Freddie Rahmer, 3. Rico Abreu, 4. Ryan Smith, 5. Danny Dietrich, 6. Mike Wagner, 7. T.J. Stutts, 8. Lucas Wolfe, 9. Dale Blaney, 10. Trey Starks,  11. Kyle Larson, 12. Greg Hodnett, 13. Alan Krimes, 14. Brock Zearfoss, 15. Dave Blaney, 16. Brandon Rahmer, 17. Kasey Kahne, 18. Aaron Ott, 19. James McFadden, 20. Justin Barger, 21. Robbie Kendall, 22. Anthony Macri, 23. Frankie Herr, 24. Sammy Walsh

  Feathers Victorious in Frank Sagi Tribute at Hagerstown

By Brett Rose

HAGERSTOWN, MD – On a night when many legendary former drivers and car owners came out to Hagerstown Speedway to pay homage to the late Frank Sagi, a youthful Trever Feathers parked his No.20 machine in the winner’s circle for the second time this season in the 25 lap Super Late Model feature at Hagerstown Speedway.

The 24 year old from Winchester, Virginia rocketed from his fourth place start following an early restart to take the lead away from Bryan Bernheisel. Feathers remained in control of the top spot with last week’s winner Andy Anderson chasing him for the lead.

Feathers hit traffic on lap 11, and Anderson closed the gap some, but Feathers was able to keep Anderson at bay as he navigated through the traffic, and went on his way to the win.

In his winner’s interview with Danny Wilson, Feathers said: “You know, these guys spend a bunch of money on motors, and there’s Roger (Devenny) down in Staunton, Virginia that builds amazing power, but all my guys that come in there and spend their hard earned time and hard earned money to go racing with us, it’s amazing what we’ve been able to do so far.”

Anderson held on to second, while Bryan Bernheisel, Kyle Hardy, and Kenny Moreland completed the top five spots.

Bryan Bernheisel drove his No.119 BRC Lazer Chassis to the 20 lap Late Model Sportsman feature win. Bernheisel survived two multi-car pileups before the first lap was completed, and another caution following the first lap before moving up from his fourth place start to move around pole sitter Derick Quade to take the lead.

Bernheisel came into traffic around the halfway point, and that allowed Quade and Barry Miller to close in. As they maneuvered through the back of the field, Miller moved around Quade, then closed in on Bernheisel before the final caution waved with just four laps to go.

Bernheisel got a trememdous restart on Miller, and pulled away to the victory. Following Bernheisel and Miller was third place finisher Alan Sagi, Kyle Lear, and fifth-place finisher Quade.

Craig Parrill was victorious for the fifth consecutive race in the 15 lap Pure Stock feature event. Parrill started ninth, buzz sawed his way through the field, and passed race-long leader Brandon Churchey up on the high side with just four laps to go.

A caution a lap later setup a restart, but Parrill was able to drive away from Churchey to take the checkered flag. Frank DiBella was third, Sean Dawson was fourth, and Danny Atherton finished fifth.

Dylan Rutherford appeared to pick up his fourth Hobby Stock win of the 2017 season, as he led all 15 laps, but he was disqualified after the race. That handed the win to Davey Gross, Jr for his second win of the season.

James Speelman was credited with second, while Jamie Mills, Jeff Dillon, and Joe Rodgers rounded out the top five.

Notes:  A special thanks goes out to Alan Sagi for his tireless efforts and everyone else involved who promoted this grand night of racing. Many thanks go out to all of the racers, fans, sponsors, and former drivers and car owners, along with all of our current competitors that made this a grand event.

Thanks also go to promoter Doug Timmons for electing to bypass consolation races and start all cars in each feature event.

Bryan Bernheisel pulled double duty in racing two cars in both the SLM and LMS divisions. It was a good night with a win in the LMS feature and a third place run in the SLM.

Craig Parrill is in another zip code against the Pure Stock competition right now. Five straight wins, and six overall, yet he still follows point leader Sean Dawson.

Davey Gross, Jr. was very gracious in his winner’s interview. He’s a driver who is really passionate about racing, and wants to see the future of racing grow.

Feature Results:

Super Late Model – 1. Trever Feathers,  2. Andy Anderson, 3.Bryan Bernheisel, 4.Kyle Hardy, 5. Kenny Moreland,  6. 2T-Kyle Lee, 7.Marvin WInters, 8. Scott Palmer, 9. Gary Stuhler, 10. Reese Masiello,  11. Brian Booze, 12.Matt Cosner, 13. Roy Deese Jr., 14. Steve Axtell Jr., 15.Brian Tavenner, 16.Brad Omps, 17.Rodney Walls, 18. Tyler Emory, 19. Kirk Baker, 20. Matt Sponaugle, 21. Ryan Walls, 22. Devin Friese, 23. Mike Steck, 24. D.J. Myers,  25. Gene Knaub

Late Model Sportsman – 1.Bryan Bernheisel, 2. Barry Miller, 3. Alan Sagi, 4. Kyle Lear, 5. Derick Quade, 6.Justin Weaver, 7. James Lichliter, 8. Paul Cursey, Jr., 9. Donnie Farling, 10. Devin Hart, 11. Ryan Walls, 12. Andrew Yoder, 13. Curtis Dunn, 14. Kenneth Yoder, 15. Craig Smith, 16. Joe Westerman, Jr., 17. Bruce Kane, 18. Larry Neiderer, 19. John Rowland, 20. Johnny Oliver, 21. Justin Dillman, 22. Dale Murphy, 23. Kurt Zimmerman, 24. Justin Jesmer, 25. Taylor Farling,  26.Michael Walls, 27. Davey Dunkle, DNS- Ronnie Bottenfield

Pure Stock – 1.Craig Parrill, 2. Brandon Churchey, 3. Frank DiBella, 4.Sean Dawson, 5. Danny Atherton, 6. Drew Fitzsimmons, 7. Wayne Hawbaker,  8.Ed Pope, 9.Bryan Kerns, 10. Jesse Snyder, 11. Doug Hoffman, 12. Shane Wilt, 13.Brian Swiger, 14. Travis Calhoun, 15. Dwayne Snyder, 16. Jeremy Mills, 17. Marshall McMullen, 18. Earl Brown, 19. William Crook, 20. Nick DiBella, 21. Dickie Tharp

Hobby Stock – 1. Dylan Rutherford, 2. Davey Gross Jr.,3. James Speelman,4. Jamie Mills, 5. Jeff Dillon, 6. Joe Rodgers, 7. John Catlett, 8. Greg Mattingly,  9. Willie Ling, 10. Jonathan Raley,  11. Ralph Hansberger, 12. Rodney Miner, (DNS) Mike Fuller