Posted by: racingthesun | January 21, 2012

Moyer Sits Alone A-top Wild West Shootout All-Time Wins List

Tucson, Ariz (January 21, 2012) – Sufficed to say that over that past three years Billy Moyer has turned the Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway into his personal playground. For the third season in a row, the Hall of Famer as scored three wins on the winter mini-series, and now sits a-top the all-time wins list, surpassing Terry Phillips and becoming the first driver to reach double-digit wins with ten.

Unlike his previous two wins this week, which came from front row starting spots resulting in flag-to-flag wins, Moyer had to overcome several obstacles on his way to the record setting victory. Plenty of fast drivers starting ahead of him including Phillips and Tim McCreadie, an ironic tenth starting spot, and a less than racy surface which quickly became narrow around the bottom.

John Lowry would get the jump at the green and dart away from fellow front-row starter Jeff Provinzino, Jon Kirby, Todd Frank, and Moyer who advanced five positions on lap one. Moyer and Phillips would move past Frank on lap three as the lead trio inched closer to the back of the field.

Moyer would get past the third running Kirby on lap six just as Lowry and Provinzino reached the tail-end of the lead lap before ten could be complete. As the field reached the one-third point of the 30-lapper it became apparent that passing would be at a premium as everyone filed into the low line on the battered racing surface.

The Cinderella run for Lowry would end on lap twelve as he unexpectedly slowed coming off of turn two with a failed distributor. Provinzino, who was perched just behind Lowry, had to check-up to avoid heavy contact which allowed Moyer to erase a several car length gap. Biding his time, Moyer’s patience paid off as he waited for lap traffic to clear just a bit, and surprised Provinzino by rolling through the middle to snare the lead.

“I didn’t think the track was bottom dominate,” Moyer said fromVictory Lane. “You could run the through the middle, and he got to protecting the bottom to much and we was able to get around him.”

Out front Moyer would run unchallenged for the final thirteen laps, as Provinzino settled for a disappointed yet accomplished runner-up finish. “Second sucks but I guess I’ll have to be (happy) it was a great night,” Provinzino said. I don’t ever get to race with these guys and it’s great to lead some laps.

“I moved up there a half a lane and it might have been better, but I knew I wouldn’t be able to roll him back.”

The second place run was the best of the week for Provinzino, as it was for the rest of the top five. Jon Kirby’s third easily bested an opening night fifteenth, as did Terry Phillips in fourth (previous best fifth) and fifth place finisher Don Shaw, besting a Wednesday night twenty-fourth.

Everyone’s attention now turns to Sunday’s finale, and the $10,000 to win Bill Cheesborg memorial, a race Moyer won with a last lap pass in 2011. Moyer commented, “The big payday makes it worth the trip, I hope we didn’t use all our luck.”

The way Moyer has preformed the past three years inTucsonit may take more than luck to stop the 21-team.

A-Main

1 10 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR $3,000

2 1 28X JeffProvinzino Hibbing,MN

3 4 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR

4 7 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO

5 5 42sDon Shaw Ham Lake,MN

6 3 21F Todd Frank Green Bay, WI

7 8 39 Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY

8 12 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA

9 16 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

10 13 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE

11 17 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI

12 19 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

13 21 5B Klint ByarsCarrollton, MS

14 23 23 Brad WilliamsTucson, AZ

15 15 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX

16 24 10 MikeBalcaen Winnipeg,MB

17 22 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

18 6 10eh EdTurnbull Estevan,SK

19 11 4R Dereck Ramirez Woodward, OK

20 2 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

21 9 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO

22 20 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL

23 18 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR

24 14 18 ShannonBabb Moweaqua,IL

B-Main #1

1 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE *

2 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ*

3 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI*

4 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR *

5 77 Jason McBrideCarbondale, IL

6 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

7 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

8 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

9 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

10 96M Matt Micheli Live Oak, CA

11 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

12 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

13 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

14 71 Don O’NealMartinsville, IN

15 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

16 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

dns 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

dns 92K Brant Kehrer New Memphis, IL

B-Main #2

1 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL *

2 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI*

3 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL*

4 23 Brad WilliamsTucson, AZ *

5 10X Leon HendersonLaurel,MS

6 26 Mark CarrellRedmond,OR

7 93 Ray MooreShreveport, LA

8 5E ShaneEdginton Winnipeg,MB

9 37 RobMayea Bend,OR

10 37H Garrett HigginsTucson, AZ

11 5K Mike KirbyTorrance, CA

12 12 Bill Bartels El Segundo, CA

13 91P Jason Papich Santa Maria, CA

14 7 Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB

15 02x Tommy Weder Jr Woodward, OK

dns 54 Dane DacusLakeland, TN

dns 51 RickyThorntonJrChandler, AZ

B-Main #3

1 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX *

2 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR *

3 5B KlintByars Carrollton,MS*

4 10 Mike BalcaenWinnipeg, MB *

5 91TTony Toste Pismo Beach,CA

6 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL

7 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA

8 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA

9 43 Garret Alberson Las Cruces, NM

10 94 James Chavez Jr Tucson, AZ

dns 1V Will Vaught Crane, MO

dns 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR

dns 00K Randy Korte Highland, IL

dns 57J Bub McCoolVicksburg, MS

dns 37W Brian Harris Davenport, IA

dns 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA

dns 18c RossCamponova Clarksdale,MS

B-Main #1

1 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

2 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE

3 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

4 71 Don O’NealMartinsville, IN

5 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

6 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

7 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

8 77 Jason McBrideCarbondale, IL

9 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

10 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

11 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

12 96M Matt Micheli Live Oak, CA

13 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

14 92K Brant Kehrer NewMemphis,IL

15 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

16 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

17 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

18 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

Heat #1

1 2 21F Todd Frank Green Bay, WI

2 5 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR

3 1 91TTony Toste Pismo Beach,CA

4 3 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA

5 4 93 Ray MooreShreveport, LA

6 6 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

7 8 00K Randy KorteHighland, IL

8 7 43 Garret AlbersonLas Cruces, NM

9 9 5K Mike KirbyTorrance, CA

10 10 94 James Chavez JrTucson, AZ

Heat #2

1 2 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO

2 4 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA

3 1 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

4 3 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

5 7 77 Jason McBrideCarbondale, IL

6 9 23 Brad WilliamsTucson, AZ

7 6 96M Matt Micheli Live Oak, CA

8 8 92K Brant Kehrer NewMemphis,IL

9 5 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

Heat #3

1 3 39 Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY

2 1 91P Jason PapichSanta Maria, CA

3 4 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI

4 6 71 Don O’NealMartinsville, IN

5 9 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE

6 2 57J Bub McCoolVicksburg, MS

7 5 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

8 8 7 Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB

9 7 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

Heat #4

1 6 28X JeffProvinzino Hibbing,MN

2 5 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

3 4 1V WillVaught Crane,MO

4 3 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL

5 1 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

6 8 37 RobMayea Bend,OR

7 9 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL

8 7 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

9 2 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

Heat #5

1 2 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO

2 1 5B Klint ByarsCarrollton, MS

3 6 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL

4 3 10 Mike BalcaenWinnipeg, MB

5 5 10X Leon HendersonLaurel,MS

6 7 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR

7 4 02x Tommy Weder Jr Woodward, OK

8 8 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA

9 9 5E ShaneEdginton Winnipeg,MB

Heat #6

1 2 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR

2 1 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

3 6 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX

4 4 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR

5 3 26 Mark CarrellRedmond,OR

6 7 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

7 8 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

8 9 37W Brian Harris Davenport, IA

9 5 18c RossCamponova Clarksdale,MS

Heat #7

1 5 42sDon Shaw Ham Lake,MN

2 4 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

3 7 10eh EdTurnbull Estevan,SK

4 9 4R Dereck Ramirez Woodward, OK

5 8 12 Bill Bartels El Segundo, CA

6 6 37H Garrett Higgins Tucson, AZ

7 3 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA

8 1 54 Dane DacusLakeland, TN

9 2 51 Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ

 

Posted by: racingthesun | January 21, 2012

Moyer Out Maneuvers McCreadie for Ninth Wild West Shootout Win

Moyer Out Maneuvers McCreadie for Ninth Wild West Shootout Win

Ties Phillips A-Top the All-Time WWSO Win List, 754th of his Career 

By Ryan Neuharth

Tucson, Ariz (January 20, 2012)  – On a racetrack that Billy Moyer described as “The best he’s had it all week,” the Hall of Famer from Batesville, AR outdueled fellow front row starter and Sunday winner Tim McCreadie for the win in round four of the Wild West Shootout presented by Total Seal Piston Rings at USA Raceway. The win was the second of the week for Moyer, his ninth all-time in the series, and 754th of his career.

While Moyer was credited with leading all 30-laps, the race was anything but a runaway as McCreadie kept steady pressure on the leader during the mid-stages of the caution free event. Between laps ten and twenty, McCreadie would show the nose to Moyer several times in heavy lapped traffic. The most serious challenge came on lap seventeen when the leaders split a lap car off of turn two, and running door-to-door into turn three. Moyer would find the moisture rich cushion to his liking off of turn four to repeal theNew Yorkdriver’s most serious challenge.

“This place is really fun to race on when it gets like this,” McCreadie said from the front-straight after the race. “He’s (Moyer) been in his car for four years, and we’ve been in ours for four days. We’re just a tick off but were gaining on it every night and building something special with these Warrior cars.”

Behind the two leaders a great battle for the next six positions was taking place between Brad Looney, Jimmy Mars, Will Vaught, Randy Korte, Jesse Stovall, and Shannon Babb.

Looney and Mars would run third and fourth for the first two-thirds of the event before the seventh starting Vaught, who was shuffled back to ninth early, also found the topside to his liking. Blasting around both Stovall and Korte on lap six, he stalked Looney and Mars before overtaking that duo between laps twenty and twenty-five.

“We got shuttled back early there but we had a fast car,” Vaught said post-race. “This is new car and we were lucky to not blow-up the other night when we knocked the fan belt off in the B-Main.”

Maybe the fastest driver on track, who also may have passed the most cars on the evening, was Shannon Babb. After starting eight and finishing fourth in his heat race, Babb cruised to a B-Main win earning the fifteenth starting spot in the A-Main. He would crack the top ten less then ten-laps into the 30-lapper, sitting eighth. Babb methodically picked his way forward, passing Stovall for seventh on lap fifteen, Korte for sixth on lap eighteen, and clipping Mars in a photo-finish for the fifth spot in the final rundown.

With the Moyer/McCreadie battle taking place in front of him, and the charging Vaught coming from behind, Brad Looney was the steadiest driver in the top five. Running third from the outset until lap twenty-five, the 2011 MARS series champion turning a very quiet fourth, his best finish of the week.

Moyer’s ninth Wild West Shootout win ties him with Terry Phillips for the all-time series lead. Having stated repeatedly throughout the week that his car is not quite perfect, but he’s looking forward to Sunday’s Bill Cheesborg Memorial finale, and now standing alone a-top the series all-time win list. “Saturday afternoon on that show, when the track was what we’re all hoping for, slick and kinda be able to race good on it, hopefully that’s what it will be on Sunday. I think we have a good combination for that.”

A-Main

1 2 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR $3,000

2 1 39 Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY

3 7 1V WillVaught Crane,MO

4 3 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO

5 15 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL

6 6 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

7 4 00K Randy KorteHighland, IL

8 8 00x JesseStovall Galena,MO

9 9 54 Dane DacusLakeland, TN

10 22 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE

11 16 57J Bub McCoolVicksburg, MS

12 13 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

13 5 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

14 21 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI

15 12 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX

16 20 91P Jason PapichSanta Maria, CA

17 17 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

18 18 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO

19 14 77 Jason McBrideCarbondale, IL

20 24 27 NickBartels El Segundo,CA

21 10 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA

22 11 28X JeffProvinzino Hibbing,MN

23 23 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR

24 19 20rt Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ

B-Main #3

1 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL *

2 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO *

3 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI*

4 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA *

5 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL

6 18c RossCamponova Clarksdale,MS

7 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

8 26 Mark CarrellRedmond,OR

9 43 Garret AlbersonLas Cruces, NM

10 72 Travis Gorsuch Chanhassen, MN

10 51 Joey MoriartyGlendale, AZ

11 5E ShaneEdginton Winnipeg,MB

12 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

13 37H Garrett HigginsTucson, AZ

14 10eh EdTurnbull Estevan,SK

dns 5B Klint ByarsCarrollton, MS

dns 10 Mike BalcaenWinnipeg, MB

B-Main #2

1 77 Jason McBrideCarbondale, IL *

2 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA *

3 91P Jason PapichSanta Maria, CA *

4 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR *

5 42sDon Shaw Ham Lake,MN

6 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA

7 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

8 21F Todd Frank Green Bay, WI

9 10X Leon HendersonLaurel,MS

10 23 Brad WilliamsTucson, AZ

11 91TTony Toste Pismo Beach,CA

12 12 Bill Bartels El Segundo, CA

13 96M Matt Micheli Live Oak, CA

14 7 Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB

15 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

16 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

dns 37W Scott Ward Watertown, SD

dns 71 Don O’Neal Martinsville, IN

B-Main #1

1 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA *

2 57J BubMcCool Vicksburg,MS*

3 20rt Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ *

4 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE *

5 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL

6 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

7 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

8 02x Tommy Weder Jr Woodward, OK

9 37 RobMayea Bend,OR

10 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR

11 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

12 93 Ray MooreShreveport, LA

13 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR

14 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

15 5K Mike KirbyTorrance, CA

16 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

17 92K Brant Kehrer NewMemphis,IL

dns 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA

Heat #1

1 1 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA

2 6 39 Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY

3 5 42sDon Shaw Ham Lake,MN

4 3 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO

5 8 91P Jason PapichSanta Maria, CA

6 9 7 Ricky Weiss Headingley, MB

7 10 57J Bub McCoolVicksburg, MS

8 7 43 Garret AlbersonLas Cruces, NM

9 2 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

10 4 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA

Heat #2

1 1 28X JeffProvinzino Hibbing,MN

2 4 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

3 8 00x JesseStovall Galena,MO

4 7 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL

5 9 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR

6 6 23 Brad WilliamsTucson, AZ

7 5 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

8 2 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

9 10 72 Travis Gorsuch Chanhassen, MN

dq 3 71 Don O’NealMartinsville, IN

Heat #3

1 2 54 Dane DacusLakeland, TN

2 7 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

3 1 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

4 8 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

5 9 77 Jason McBrideCarbondale, IL

6 3 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

7 6 26 Mark CarrellRedmond,OR

8 5 37H Garrett HigginsTucson, AZ

9 4 96M Matt Micheli Live Oak, CA

Heat #4

1 3 1V WillVaught Crane,MO

2 1 18c RossCamponova Clarksdale,MS

3 8 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

4 5 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

5 6 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA

6 4 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

7 7 21F Todd Frank Green Bay, WI

8 2 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

9 9 92K Brant Kehrer NewMemphis,IL

Heat #5

1 1 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX

2 3 5K Mike KirbyTorrance, CA

3 2 51 Joey MoriartyGlendale, AZ

4 6 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE

5 5 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR

6 7 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA

7 4 93 Ray MooreShreveport, LA

8 8 10X Leon HendersonLaurel,MS

9 9 91TTony Toste Pismo Beach,CA

Heat #6

1 4 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO

2 1 20rt Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ

3 2 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL

4 8 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL

5 6 5B Klint ByarsCarrollton, MS

6 9 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI

7 5 5E ShaneEdginton Winnipeg,MB

8 7 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR

9 3 10eh EdTurnbull Estevan,SK

Heat #7

1 4 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR

2 1 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

3 8 00K Randy KorteHighland, IL

4 5 10 Mike BalcaenWinnipeg, MB

5 3 37 RobMayea Bend,OR

6 9 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

7 6 02x Tommy Weder Jr Woodward, OK

8 7 12 Bill Bartels El Segundo, CA

9 2 37W Scott Ward Watertown, SD

 

Posted by: racingthesun | January 15, 2012

T-Mac Warrior’s His Way to Wild West Shootout Victory Lane

By Ryan Neuharth

Tucson, Ariz (January 15, 2012) – Prior to the start of the Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway, Tim McCredie was approaching the week with cautious optimism. Making his second significant chassis change in the past 12-months, (from Rocket toVictory Circle, and now to Warrior Race Cars) the teams thoughts were focused more on what they had and less on the actual results.

The plan was to use the six race mini-series as a test session in preparation for the 2012 World of Outlaws Late Model Series campaign which opens next month inGeorgia. After a positive thirteenth to fifth run on Saturday night, things were looking up for the Sweeteners Plus team. At the conclusion of Sunday afternoon’s event, one could consider their test a complete success!

The third starting McCreadie used a wealth of patience and a little racing luck to snag the lead from a resurgent John Anderson on lap eighteen and cruised to his first ever Wild West Shootout win. On a day when Mother Nature did her best to interfere late in the day, track officials hustled along the program, bypassing their normal track prep procedures. Intermittent sprinkles produced a low-line dominate track surface, and whenAndersonmade a miscue in lapped traffic, McCreadie was there to pounce.

“Honestly, I was gonna (go to the high side) but he (Anderson) was running wide down the straighaway and I just rode,” McCreadie said. “It just happened that he got pinned with a lapped car and just slipped up a little bit. We just happened to be there.”

Anderson, who picked up his second heat race win in as many days, beat Billy Moyer, Jr. into turn one for the lead at the drop of the green, while McCreadie settled into third followed by Jimmy Mars, Don O’Neal, Saturday winner Billy Moyer, Will Vaught, Ross Camponovo, Shannon Babb and Shane Clanton.

With a dominate low-line throughout the race,  very little was taking place in terms of forward progress behind the top three.  The only drivers to venture to the top-side were the 18’s of Babb and Camponovo who were greeted by a thin cushion and not much grip. Unable to make significant progress by lap five, the duo jumped back in line settling near the back of the top ten.

At the front of the field, Moyer, Jr. fired his one and only salvo, pulling even withAndersonfor the lead on lap seven. When his forward advance was thwarted, the younger Moyer got excited and overdrove the next corner, giving McCreadie the opening he needed to take second and being to chase downAnderson.

“John beat me on the start and I was underneathAndersonthere down the back straightaway, and one slip-up, I drove to hard into the corner next time and let McCreadie get me,” Moyer, Jr. said.

During the next nine circuits, McCreadie would track downAndersonand begin the task of getting around the race leader. With a narrow track surface, treacherous tire barriers guarding the infield, and slower traffic ahead, it took all of the new Warrior House Car driver’s patience to wait for a mistake byAnderson.

That mistake came amid lapped traffic on lap eighteen whenAndersonslipped high exiting turn four, giving McCreadie the preferred line entering turn one, essentially securing the win for the former World of Outlaws Late Model Series Champion.

“Leading there’s pretty tough,”Andersonsaid after the race. “But he’s (McCreadie) obviously one of the best, and I was a little to careful with the lapped car and it kind of cost me.”

The races only yellow appeared on lap twenty-three when Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth slowed in turn with a flat right-rear tire. With clear track ahead for the final seven trips around the USA Raceway, McCreadie was never challenged in route to the checkers.

1 39 Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY $5,000

2 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE

3 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR

4 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

5 71 Don O’NealMartinsville, IN

6 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR

7 1V WillVaught Crane,MO

8 25 Shane Clanton Locust Grove, GA

9 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO

10 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL

11 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO

12 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

13 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

14 18c RossCamponova Clarksdale,MS

15 20rt Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ

16 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

17 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA

18 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

19 37W Scott Ward Watertown, SD

20 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA

21 57J BubMcCool Vicksburg,MS

22 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL

23 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

24 00K Randy KorteHighland, IL

B-Main #3

1 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

2 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

3 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

4 57J BubMcCool Vicksburg,MS

5 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI

6 7 Ricky Weiss Headingly, MB

7 28X Jeff Provinzino Hibbing, MN

8 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA

9 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

10 5B KlintByars Carrollton,MS

11 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

12 93 Ray MooreShreveport, LA

13 10eh EdTurnbull Estevan,MB

14 5E ShaneEdginton Winnipeg,MB

15 7V DavidVennard Edmonton,AB

16 24 Terry Belcher JrPhoenix, AZ

17 26 Mark CarrellRedmond,OR

18 38 Marc HerreraLas Cruces, NM

 B-Main #2

1 00K Randy KorteHighland, IL *

2 20rt Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ *

3 37W Scott Ward Watertown, SD *

4 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO *

5 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

6 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR

7 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

8 91P Jason PapichSanta Maria, CA

9 92K Brant Kehrer NewMemphis,IL

10 10X Leon HendersonLaurel,MS

11 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

12 43 Garret Alberson Las Cruces, NM

13 94 James Chavez Jr Tucson, AZ

14 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

15 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

16 77 Jason McBride Carbonville, IL

17 21F Todd Frank Mellen, WI

18 96M Matt Micheli Yuba City, CA

19 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL

B-Main #1

1 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL*

2 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ*

3 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA *

4 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA *

5 23 RC WhitwellTucson, AZ

6 54 Dane DacusMemphis, TN

7 4R Dereck Ramirez Woodward, OK

8 91TTony Toste Pismo Beach,CA

9 37 Rob Mayea Bend, OR

10 12 Ron Bartels El Segundo, CA

11 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR

12 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

13 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

14 42sDon Shaw Ham Lake,MN

15 00x JesseStovall Galena,MO

16 51 Joey MoriartyTucson, AZ

17 6 Dennis LickliterTucson, AZ

18 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA

19 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX

 Heat #1

1 1 75 Terry PhillipsSpringfield, MO *

2 3 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA

3 8 39 Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY

4 6 8 John LowreyBakersfield, CA

5 2 23 RC WhitwellTucson, AZ

6 7 54 Dane DacusMemphis, TN

7 5 77 Jason McBride Carbonville, IL

8 10 10X Leon HendersonLaurel,MS

9 9 7V DavidVennard Edmonton,AB

10 4 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL

 Heat #2

1 6 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR *

2 2 9T TimIsenburg Marshfield,WI

3 5 32 Chris SimpsonOxford, IA

4 4 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA

5 10 20rt Ricky Thornton JrChandler, AZ

6 1 92K Brant Kehrer NewMemphis,IL

7 9 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO

8 7 21F Todd Frank Mellen, WI

9 3 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

10 8 93 Ray MooreShreveport, LA

Heat #3

1 2 25 Shane Clanton Locust Grove, GA *

2 7 71 Don O’NealMartinsville, IN

3 1 9I SteveIsenburg Marshfield,WI

4 8 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA

5 4 28X Jeff Provinzino Hibbing, MN

6 3 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND

7 9 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA

8 6 A1 Duke WhiseantTexarkana, AR

9 5 43 Garret AlbersonLas Cruces, NM

10 10 5E ShaneEdginton Winnipeg,MB

Heat #4

1 4 18c RossCamponova Clarksdale,MS*

2 7 18ShannonBabb Moweaqua, IL

3 8 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI

4 3 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO

5 5 91P Jason PapichSanta Maria, CA

6 2 24 Terry Belcher JrPhoenix, AZ

7 6 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR

8 10 26 Mark CarrellRedmond,OR

9 1 91TTony Toste Pismo Beach,CA

10 9 38 Marc Herrera Las Cruces, NM

Heat #5

1 6 2J John AndersonOmaha, NE *

2 5 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR

3 4 32B Clay DalyBakersfield, CA

4 7 37W Scott Ward Watertown, SD

5 3 37 Rob Mayea Bend, OR

6 2 12 Ron Bartels El Segundo, CA

7 1 28 John Lobb Frewsburg, NY

7 10 4R Dereck Ramirez Woodward, OK

9 9 14M Morgan BagleyLongview, TX

dns 17s RickShafer Vacaville,CA

Heat #6

1 2 1V WillVaught Crane,MO*

2 1 00x JesseStovall Galena,MO

3 5 18x Ronnie LeeHollingsworth Northport,AL

4 3 57J Bub McCoolVicksburg, MS

5 8 42sDon Shaw Ham Lake,MN

6 7 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR

7 4 51 Joey MoriartyTucson, AZ

8 6 94 James Chavez JrTucson, AZ

dns 96M Matt MicheliYuba City, CA

 Heat #7

1 2 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO *

2 3 10N Robert SandersBakersfield, CA

3 1 7 Ricky Weiss Headingly, MB

4 8 00K Randy KorteHighland, IL

5 6 8P Lonnie Parker JrEl Mirage,AZ

6 7 5B Klint ByarsCarrollton, MS

7 5 10eh EdTurnbull Estevan,MB

8 9 22G Paul GuglielmoniVacaville, CA

9 4 6 Dennis LickliterTucson, AZ

Moyer Fires First Wild West Shootout Salvo – Scores Eighth Career Win!

 

By Ryan Neuharth

 

Tucson, Ariz (January 14, 2012) Having picked up three wins at the Wild West Shootout in 2011, including the $10,000-to-win Bill Cheesborg Memorial finale, it didn’t take long for Billy Moyer to return to victory lane in 2012. Drawing the pole after a dominating heat race performance, the Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer scored his eighth career series win by leading all 30-laps of the opening nights main event.

 

“It wasn’t perfect,” Moyer said fromVictory Lane, “but it never is I don’t guess. So I was just trying to keep my momentum up and keep the wheels under me, keep everything going.”

 

While Moyer enjoyed leads of half a straightaway at times, many positions in the races final rundown were in-doubt until the checkered flag waved.

 

Moyer would grab the lead from the pole as his Victory Circle teammate Shannon Babb would secured second over Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Will Vaught, Jimmy Mars, Brad Looney, Frank Heckenast, Jr., John Anderson, Tim McCreadie, Bub McCool and Don O’Neal.

 

Vaught would quickly dispatch of Hollingsworth and begin a battle for the runner-up spot with Babb which lasted the duration. McCreadie was also an early mover, not surprisingly using the vacant top-side, to quickly advance from thirtieth to seventh.

 

The Babb, Vaught duel allowed Moyer to slip away and set a torrid pace, and he quickly caught the back of the field on lap eight. As the lead trio maneuvered through lapped traffic, Mars closed in on the battle for second as Hollingsworth, Heckenast, McCreadie and O’Neal negotiated position within the top ten.

 

The first yellow would appear for Ricky Weiss on lap twelve as he slowed to a stop in turn one, bunching the field for aDelawaredouble-file restart. Back under green, trouble would immediately strike Heckenast as he struck and infield tire in turn three before a lap could be complete. In the mealy of drivers trying to avoid, Billy Moyer, Jr. and Duke Whiseant got together and each driver ended-up hard into the turn three fence.

 

With open track ahead after the restart, Moyer again stretched his lead while Babb and Vaught resumed their fight for second. Even though the duo seemingly swapped the position several time each circuit, it wasn’t until the final five laps that Vaught officially wrestled the spot from Babb.

 

“If the 21 wasn’t here, it’d be a good day,” said Vaught. Me and Shannon, he’s a helluva driver. To be able to race with him and Billy and Jimmy and be upfront with them guys, that’s a big accomplishment.

 

“We came out here, really to pick up another chassis fromVictory Circleand to race,” Babb said. It’s fun when you get your whole program together and you can go do different things.”

 

Maybe the surprises of the evening were McCreadie in his new Warrior “House Car” mount and Don O’Neal. Both the drivers had to advance via the “B-Main” and made the most of their opportunity. McCreadie, the first driver to use the cushion, quickly moved from thirteenth to seventh on the start before more methodically ending-up fifth in the final rundown. O’Neal was glued to the rear of the Sweeteners Plus 39, following it an opening night sixth.

 

After staring on the outside pole, Hollingsworth would slip back outside the top five during the races mid-point, finding himself waged in a battle with Looney, Morgan Bagley, and John Anderson with whom he had a door-banging heat race fight for the win. The trio would get the best of Hollingsworth regulating theAlabamadriver to the tenth spot at the checkered.

 

Upfront Moyer was never contested, and he is just one behind Terry Phillips for the all-time series lead. He knows, however, that he can’t rest on his laurels the remainder of the series. “The caliber of cars that are here this year for sure, you can’t let your guard down,” he said.

 

For Moyer, the triumph was the 753rd of his career.

 

 

A-Main
1 1 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR $3,000
2 5 1V Will Vaught Crane, MO
3 3 18 Shannon Babb Moweaqua, IL
4 7 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI
5 13 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY
6 14 71 Don O’Neal Martinsville, IN
7 4 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO
8 11 14M Morgan Bagley Longview, TX
9 6 2J John Anderson Omaha, NE
10 2 18x Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth Northport, AL
11 19 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA
12 8 57J Bub McCool Vicksburg, MS
13 16 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA
14 12 00x Jesse Stovall Galena, MO
15 15 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR
16 22 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA
17 20 75 Terry Phillips Springfield, MO
18 23 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr Chandler, AZ
19 24 A1 Duke Whiseant Texarkana, AR
20 17 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR
21 9 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL
22 18 7 Ricky Weiss Headingly, MB
23 10 00 Randy Korte Highland, IL
24 21 10 Mike Balcaen Winnipeg, MB

B-Main #1
1 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY *
2 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA *
3 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA *
4 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA *
5 9I Steve Isenburg Marshfield, WI
6 9T Tim Isenburg Marshfield, WI
7 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA
8 51 Joey Moriarty Tucson, AZ
9 18C Ross Camponova Clarksdale, MS
10 8P Lonnie Parker Jr El Mirage, AZ
11 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND
12 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO
13 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR
14 37 Rob Mayea Bend, OR
15 91P Jason Papich Santa Maria, CA
16 10EH Ed Turnbull Estevan, MB
17 22G Paul Guglielmoni Vacaville, CA
dns 25 Shane Clanton Locust Grove, GA
dns 54 Dane Dacus Memphis, TN

B-Main #2  
1 71 Don O’Neal Martinsville, IN *
2 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR *
3 75 Terry Phillips Springfield, MO *
4 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr Chandler, AZ *
5 43 Garret Alberson Las Cruces, NM
6 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO
7 91T Tony Toste Pismo Beach, CA
8 42s Don Shaw Ham Lake, MN
9 8 John Lowrey Bakersfield, CA
10 77 Jason McBride Carbonville, IL
11 12 Ron Bartels El Segundo, CA
12 23 Brad Williams Tucson, AZ
13 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE
14 7V David Vennard Edmonton, AB
15 17s Rick Shafer Vacaville, CA
16 92K Brant Kehrer New Memphis, IL
17 4R Dereck Ramirez Woodward, OK
18 26 Mark Carrell Redmond, OR
19 5B Klint Byars Carrollton, MS

B-Main #3  
1 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR *
2 7 Ricky Weiss Headingly, MB *
3 10 Mike Balcaen Winnipeg, MB *
4 A1 Duke Whiseant Texarkana, AR *
5 32 Chris Simpson Oxford, IA
6 37 Rob Mayea Bend, OR
7 10N Robert Sanders Bakersfield, CA
8 32B Clay Daly Bakersfield, CA
9 28X Jeff Provinzino Hibbing, MN
10 10X Leon Henderson Laurel, MS
11 25 Shane Clanton Locust Grove, GA
12 93 Ray Moore Shreveport, LA
13 21F Todd Frank Mellen, WI
14 5E Shane Edginton Winnipeg, MB
15 94 James Chavez Jr Tucson, AZ
16 96M Matt Micheli Yuba City, CA
17 6 Rick Butler Tucson, AZ
18 72 Travis Gorsuch Chanhassen, MN
19 38 Marc Herrera Las Cruces, NM
dns 28 John Lobb Frewsburg, NY

Heat #1

1 2 00K Randy Korte Highland, IL *
2 1 31 Scott Creel Franklinton, LA
3 3 20rt Ricky Thornton Jr Chandler, AZ
4 6 9I Steve Isenburg Marshfield, WI
5 9 75 Terry Phillips Springfield, MO
6 8 43 Garret Alberson Las Cruces, NM
7 10 8 John Lowrey Bakersfield, CA
8 7 17s Rick Shafer Vacaville, CA
9 4 96M Matt Micheli Yuba City, CA
10 5 7V David Vennard Edmonton, AB

Heat #2
1 1 00 Jesse Stovall Galena, MO *
2 7 14 Brad Looney Republic, MO
3 4 37 Rob Mayea Bend, OR
4 10 99JR Frank Heckenast Jr Orland Park, IL
5 5 10N Robert Sanders Bakersfield, CA
6 8 28X Jeff Provinzino Hibbing, MN
7 6 11M Paul Mueller Bismarck, ND
8 2 37W Scott Ward Watertown, SD
9 3 94 James Chavez Jr Tucson, AZ
10 9 92K Brant Kehrer New Memphis, IL

Heat #3
1 7 28 Jimmy Mars Menomonie, WI *
2 5 71 Don O’Neal Martinsville, IN
3 10 18 Shannon Babb Moweaqua, IL
4 9 27 Nick Bartels El Segundo, CA
5 3 9T Tim Isenburg Marshfield, WI
6 4 25 Shane Clanton Locust Grove, GA
7 2 51 Joey Moriarty Tucson, AZ
8 8 21F Todd Frank Mellen, WI
9 6 54 Dane Dacus Memphis, TN
10 1 5B Klint Byars Carrollton, MS

Heat #4
1 5 2J John Anderson Omaha, NE *
2 7 18 Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth Northport, AL
3 1 32B Clay Daly Bakersfield, CA
4 9 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY
5 3 42s Don Shaw Ham Lake, MN
6 8 32S Chris Shannon Merced, CA
7 4 91P Jason Papich Santa Maria, CA
8 2 23 Brad Williams Tucson, AZ
9 6 22G Paul Guglielmoni Vacaville, CA
dns 28 John Lobb Frewsburg, NY

Heat #5
1 4 57J Bub McCool Vicksburg, MS *
2 5 11K Jon Kirby Russellville, AR
3 3 8P Lonnie Parker Jr El Mirage, AZ
4 1 2 Trevor Glaser Tangent, OR
5 9 A1 Duke Whiseant Texarkana, AR
6 10 10 Mike Balcaen Winnipeg, MB
7 7 5E Shane Edginton Winnipeg, MB
8 2 38 Marc Herrera Las Cruces, NM
9 8 72 Travis Gorsuch Chanhassen, MN
10 6 6H Al Humphries Giltner, NE

Heat #6
1 6 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR *
2 2 15K Justin Kay Wheatland, IA
3 8 1V Will Vaught Crane, MO
4 9 21JR Billy Moyer Jr Batesville, AR
5 1 32 Chris Simpson Oxford, IA
6 7 14M Dean Moore Grand Junction, CO
7 3 12 Ron Bartels El Segundo, CA
8 10 4R Dereck Ramirez Woodward, OK
9 5 6 Rick Butler Tucson, AZ
10 4 18 Ross Camponova Clarksdale, MS

Heat #7
1 2 14M Morgan Bagley Longview, TX
2 1 91T Tony Toste Pismo Beach, CA
3 3 77 Jason McBride Carbonville, IL
4 8 7 Ricky Weiss Headingly, MB
5 5 77A Justin Asplin Birch Tree, MO
6 7 93 Ray Moore Shreveport, LA
7 6 26 Mark Carrell Redmond, OR
8 9 10X Leon Henderson Laurel, MS
9 4 10 Ed Turnbull Estevan, MB

 

By Ryan Neuharth

Tucson, Ariz (January 16, 2011) A year ago at the Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway, Terry Phillips swept past Billy Moyer on the final lap in turn three of the Wednesday night show in lapped traffic to steal the win. In post-race interviews, Moyer stated “I guess he wanted it more for $3,000 than I did” to which Phillips responded “He’s right there, I was wanting it pretty bad.”

In Sunday’s Bill Cheesbourg Memorial Finale at the Wild West Shootout, Moyer returned the favor grabbing the lead from Phillips as the duo raced to the white flag  claiming his third win of the week for the second consecutive year.

“Terry did a great job,” Moyer said from Element 7 Victory Lane following the triumph. “We were just trying to pick our line and find out where the racetrack was best like he was. We caught the lapped cars right and it work out for us again.”

Phillips, the winningest driver in series history (he now leads Moyer nine to seven) not only lost the lead to Moyer, but also was overtaken by RC Whitwell on the final lap and ultimately had to settle for third. “I chose the wrong line on the last lap and it cost me,” said Phillips. “I need to do a better job.”

Leading away from the pole, Phillips worked the preferred high line to open up a six car length advantage on Moyer as Mike Johnson and Billy Moyer, Jr., settled in third and fourth. The top four broke away from the remainder of the field where an intense two and three wide fight for position was taking past from fifth on back.

Jeremy Payne and Jesse Stovall swapped fifth on numerous occasions allowing the triumvirate of Bub McCool, RC Whitwell and Pat Doar to join the in the fun creating a five way free-for-all until disaster struck on lap fifteen.

As McCool slowed and pulled off into the infield, Dylan Smith made contact with Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth entering turn three sending him careening into the fence. Smith’s car began to flip and was struck my Frank Heckenast, Jr. and came to rest upside down in the middle of the racetrack while Heckenast sat perched halfway up the retaining wall.

On the restart Phillips again led away as Moyer, Jr., snuck past Johnson and pulled even with his Father before settling into third. That began a free-fall for Johnson which saw him drop from third to tenth in just five laps before ultimately finishing in the twelfth spot.

Just past the halfway point Whitwell came to life after switching from the top to the bottom which began another splendid charge to the front. The four time USA Raceway Modified Champion leapt from seventh to fourth igniting a battle with Payne that momentarily included Moyer, Jr. The current and former Tucsonians dropped the younger Moyer into the clutches of a surging Jimmy Mars before Whitwell claimed sole possession of third on lap twenty-six.

Phillips continued to lead through lapped traffic as Moyer lurked, searching for the fastest way around the immaculate USA Raceway. As Whitwell closed on the two leaders, Phillips approached slower traffic entering turn three coming to the white flag. Finding his preferred low line occupied, Phillips tried to tip-toe around the outside leaving the door open for Moyer. That small opening was all Moyer need and he immediately pounced pulling even at the exit of turn four.

Moyer was able to use his drive off the bottom to become only the races second leader with one to go. As the only one of the three leaders running the low line on each end, Whitwell also took advantage of Phillips broken momentum to steal the runner-up spot heading down the backstretch for the final time.

Whitwell than pulled to Moyer’s rear deck entering turn three but was unable to get along-side and had to settle for his third runner-up of the week.

Moyer’s win was his biggest of the series as he cracked the bank for the $10,000 Bill Cheesbourg Memorial victory. “That’s what it’s all about, getting the last one, that’s the one that helps pay the bills,” Moyer said of the win.

The win also marked Moyer’s seventh in Wild West Shootout competition and number 741 for his career.

A-Main

Billy Moyer, RC Whitwell, Terry Phillips, Jimmy Mars, Jeremy Payne, Billy Moyer, Jr., Brad Looney, Jesse Stovall, Ray Moore, Dick Barton, Pat Doar, Mike Johnson, Chris Wall, Rob Sanders, Nick Bartels, John Kaanta, Mike Balcean, Mark Carrell, Matt Aukland, Jason Papich, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Dylan Smith, Bub McCool

Heat 1

Jeremy Payne, Clay Daly, Bub McCool, John Kaanta, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Ray Moore, Joey Moriarty, Jimmy Jelvik, Brad Williams

Heat 2

Dylan Smith, Terry Phillips, Jimmy Mars, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Rob Sanders, Matt Aukland, John Lobb, Ron Bartels

Heat 3

Brad Looney, Jason Papick, Dick Barton, Nick Bartels, Brent Kehrer, Leon Henderson, Garrett Alberson, Jeff Sires – DNS

Heat 4

Billy Moyer, Jesse Stovall, RC Whitwell, Chris Wall, Karl Tipton, Rob Mayea, Jack Sullivan, Dan Henrikson

Heat 5

Billy Moyer, Jr., Nick Lyons, Russ Sell, Jess Anderson, Mark Carrell, Trevor Glaser, James Chavez, Jr., David Breazeale

Heat 6

Mike Johnson, Mike Balcean, Pat Doar, Eric Mass, Morgan Bagley, Jon Kirby, Lonnie Parker, Jr., Paul Gegleilmoni

B-Main 1

Moore, Barton, Sanders, Kaanta, Karst, Sell, Glaser, Lobb, Alberson, Gugleilmoni, Lyons, Mayea – DNS, Williams – DNS

B-Main 2

Heckenast, Jr., Hollingsworth, Aukland, Balcean, Bagley, Sullivan, Daly, R. Bartels, Jelvik, Kirby, Kehrer, Sires – DNS 

B-Main 3

Wall, Papich, N. Bartels, Carrell, Parker, Jr., Mass, Chavez, Jr., Henrikson, Tipton, Moriarty, Kirby, Breazeale – DNS

By Ryan Neuharth

Tucson, Ariz (January 15, 2011) – There is an old adage that questions if a tree falls in the woods and one on is there to hear it does it still make a sound? On Saturday at the Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway in Tucson the adage should have been if the checkered flag never waves should there be a winner? In the case of Bub McCool, the answer would be yes!

Tracking down race long leader Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth in the closing circuits, McCool dove to the inside in turn three on the last lap heading for the stripe. When Hollingsworth’s momentum was scrubbed when he brushed the wall, it appeared McCool was clear of the leader as he slid toward the cushion. Hollingsworth however powered back on the outside and the two made heavy contact sending McCool sideways across the line as Hollingsworth impacted the outside wall and was subsequently struck by Mike Johnson from behind.

Confusion soon erupted as the yellow instead of the checkered was displayed and the field circled back around to the start/finish line and came to a stop. As they did, a heavily damaged McCool was confronted on track by Hollingsworth who it appeared keep the meeting civil. Race officials deemed the event complete awarding the win to McCool.

From Element 7 Victory Lane, McCool sited the cause of the incident as a deflating right rear tire, a claim which seems to be refuted by video replays. “I hate that it happened,” continued McCool. “We race together all the time and I didn’t want to race like that.”

Hollingsworth had the car to beat from the drop of the green, taking the point from his pole position and often enjoying a lead consisting of multiple lapped machines during the races second half.

Behind Hollingsworth several drivers where making there way to the front from deep in the field. Eighth starting McCool quickly jumped to fourth on lap one, was up to third by the completion of lap two and stalked Mike Johnson before taking second on a lap twelve restart.

Further back a high/low battle was taking place between Billy Moyer, Ray Moore, Jimmy Mars and Brad Looney as that quadruplet traded positions four through seven as they sliced through lapped traffic.

At the halfway point Hollingsworth held a comfortable lead over McCool as Moyer now ran third with Mars, Johnson , Looney and a surging Moore contested fourth. Moore appeared to have the fastest car on the racetrack, taking sixth from Looney on lap sixteen before conquering a three wide battle with Mars and Johnson to steal fourth on lap nineteen.

Moore quickly closed on Moyer while Johnson held Mars at bay as a two rows of two battled in close proximity. Jeremy Payne ran wheel to wheel with Looney as Morgan Bagley and Pat Doar ran side by side just behind to round out the top ten with ten to go.

Back up front McCool inched closer to Hollingsworth as the lead duo took five to go from the flagstand. At that moment the race began to take a turn for the dramatic as Moore, who was poised to take third from Moyer, got into the back of Clay Daly breaking his momentum and allowing Moyer to escape.

The handle of Hollingsworth’s Tony Flynn Motorsports entry appeared to be going away ever so slightly on the top side as McCool used the bottom side of the racetrack to erase the leaders’ advantage. As the duo raced side by side into turn three on the final lap, McCool’s ill-fated slide job sent Hollingsworth ricocheting into the turn four wall as his 57J machine was shot forward sideways across the finish line.

A-Main

Bub McCool, Billy Moyer, Ray Moore, Jimmy Mars, Brad Looney, Morgan Bagley, Nick Bartels, Jeremy Payne, RC Whitwell, Rob Sanders, Pat Doar, Terry Phillips, Dylan Smith, John Kaanta, Lonnie Parker, Jr., Matt Aukland, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Mike Johnson, Rob Mayea, Jess Anderson, Clay Daly, Jesse Stovall, Chris Wall, Joey Moriarty

Heat 1

Brad Looney, Eric Mass, Dylan Smith, Terry Phillips, Matt Aukland, Dan Henrikson, Joey Moriarty, Mike McCaughan

Heat 2

Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Lonnie Parker, Jr., Garrett Alberson, Ray Moore, RC Whitwell, Karl Tipton, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Russ Sell

Heat 3

Jeremy Payne, John Kaanta, Pat Doar, Dick Barton, Leon Henderson, Brent Kehrer, Trevor Glaser, Paul Gugleimoni

Heat 4

Clay Daly, Rob Sanders, Rob Mayea, Mark Carrell, Jess Anderson, David Breazeale, Billy Moyer, Jr., Jack Sullivan

Heat 5

Mike Johnson, Nick Bartels, Bub McCool, Chris Wall, Jon Kirby, Ron Bartels, Mike Balcean, Jimmy Jelvik

Heat 6

Jimmy Mars, Jesse Stovall, Morgan Bagley, Billy Moyer, John Lobb, James Chavez, Jr., Bucky Andrews, Jason Papich

B-Main 1

Smith, Moyer, Stovall, Wall, Heckenast, Jr., Kirby, Lobb, Glaser, Tipton, Carrell, Jelvik, Gugleimoni

B-Main 2

Doar, Phillips, Whitwell, Aukland, Balcean, Sell, Mass, Sullivan, R. Bartels, Alberson, Kehrer, Andrews 

B-Main 3

Parker, Jr., Mayea, Anderson, Moriarty, Barton, Henrikson, Chavez, Jr., Henderson, Breazeale, McCaughan, Papich, Moyer, Jr.,

Posted by: racingthesun | January 15, 2011

Moyer Goes Back to Back for Sixth Career WWS Win

By Ryan Neuharth

Tucson, Ariz (January 14, 2011) After Wednesday nights performance at the Wild West Shootout Billy Moyer commented that he didn’t have the best racecar and that they still had some work to do despite picking up the win. On Friday night, it appeared that the 21 team was clicking on all cylinders as Moyer stalked race leader Pat Doar for the first half of the 30-lap main event before talking the lead on lap 16 and pulling away to his sixth career Wild West Shootout win at USA Raceway.

“He (Doar) was good on the outside, Moyer said from Element 7 Victory Lane “I could move around better and it worked out for us I guess. It was tough getting through lapped traffic.”

Doar would take the lead from the pole at the drop of the green and the inside lane was the place to be at third starting Brad Looney and fifth started Jesse Stovall secured second and third. Moyer maneuvered quickly from sixth to fourth before the races only caution appeared on lap three for an incident involving John Lowrey and Frank Heckenast, Jr.

Back under green Moyer stole third from Looney while Doar and Stovall began a side by side duel for the top spot, with Stovall taking the advantage on lap six. Doar would fire back on the outside reclaiming the point just two-laps later as Moyer and now Jimmy Mars, up from eleventh, lay in wait.

Both Moyer and Mars would ease past Stovall dropping him to fourth on lap twelve as Terry Phillips cracked the top five from thirteenth. Doar was now encountering the back of the field at the halfway point as Moyer pulled even and the leaders raced wheel to wheel down the backstretch.

Moyer slipped to the inside of Doar in turn three to take the lead as they completed lap sixteen, setting off in search of the fastest way through traffic. Deeper in the field as great race was taking place from sixth on back as David Breazeale, RC Whitwell, Billy Moyer, Jr., Looney and Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth swapped lines and positions as the quintuplet negotiated traffic on a beautifully prepared racing surface.

Whitwell would win that particular skirmish securing sixth, bringing Hollingsworth along to seventh and leaving Breazeale to fend of Moyer, Jr. and now Bub McCool.

As five to go was displayed from the flagstand, Moyer had placed several lapped cars between himself and Doar as Mars began to close on his fellow Wisconsin resident, challenging for the runner-up spot. Doar would hold of Mars at the checkered but could do nothing about catching Moyer who scored win number 740 for his career and now stands just three shy of Terry Phillips all-time Wild West Shootout record of nine.

When asked how his car ran after not being satisfied with it’s performance just two-days earlier Moyer said, “The car was a lot better but we still got some work to do.”

Words the rest of the field probably didn’t want to hear.

A-Main

Billy Moyer, Pat Doar, Jimmy Mars, Jesse Stovall, Terry Phillips, RC Whitwell, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, David Breazeale, Billy Moyer, Jr., Bub McCool, Brad Looney, Jeremy Payne, Chris Wall, Mike Johnson, Jack Sullivan, Morgan Bagley, Mark Carrell, Dick Barton, Rob Sanders, Clay Daly, Joey Moriarty, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Bobby Hogge, John Lowrey

Heat 1

Mark Carrell, Bobby Hogge, Morgan Bagley, Paul Mueller, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Billy Moyer, Jr., Dave Deitz, Paul Gugleimoni, John Kaanta, Garrett Alberson

Heat 2

Rob Sanders, Pat Doar, John Lobb, Jeremy Payne, RC Whitwell, Jon Kirby, Brent Kehrer, Nick Bartels, James Chavez, Jr., Karl Tipton

Heat 3

Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, David Breazeale, Terry Phillips, Jack Sullivan, Bub McCool, Jason Papich, Mike Johnson, Dylan Smith, Leon Henderson, Russ Sell

Heat 4

Brad Looney, Jesse Stovall, John Lowrey, Clay Daly, Trevor Glaser, Ray Moore, Chris Wall, Mike McCaughan, Ron Bartels

Heat 5

Billy Moyer, Joey Moriarty, Dick Barton, Jimmy Mars, Jess Anderson, Rob Mayea, Mike Balcean, Eric Mass, Tony Toste

B-Main 1

Phillips, Heckenast, Jr., Barton, Sullivan, Moore, Glaser, N. Bartels, Kehrer, McCaughan, Sell, Deitz, Toste – DNS

B-Main 2

McCool, Payne, Moyer, Jr., Johnson, Smith, Lobb, Mass, Anderson, R. Bartels, Papich, Kaanta – DNS, Alberson – DNS 

B-Main 3

Whitwell, Wall, Hogge, Daly, Balcean, Kirby, Henderson, Tipton, Chavez, Jr., Gugleimoni, Mueller, Mayea

Posted by: racingthesun | January 13, 2011

Moyer Captures Wild West Shootout Career Win Number Five

By Ryan Neuharth

Tucson, Ariz (January 12th,  2011) When the 2011 edition of the Wild West Shootout kicked off over the weekend at USA Raceway, having an Arkansas driver and Wisconsin driver in Element 7 Victory Lane didn’t come as a surprise to most in attendance. Who those drivers were did, as Billy Moyer, Jr. and Pat Doar stormed to opening weekend wins. On a chilly desert evening Wednesday night, the Arkansas driver everyone expected to get in win did just that.

Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Billy Moyer took the lead just past the halfway point and held off a charging RC Whitwell over the final five circuits to capture the mini-series first true evening event of the week. For Moyer, the win marked his fifth career Wild West Shootout triumph placing him second only to Terry Phillips.

“We just made the right moves and was in the right place at the right time,” Moyer said after the $3000 win. “It got kind of exciting at the end (with the lapped cars) and we had some luck on our side getting through there.”

Ray Moore would jump to the race lead at the drop of the green, outgunning fellow front row starter Jeremy Payne as the two raced side by side at the completion of lap one. Terry Phillips, Whitwell and Moyer were also quickly on the move bumping Payne back to the fifth spot by the time the races first yellow appeared on lap eight for Saturday winner Billy Moyer, Jr. who climbed the turn four wall.

Back under full power Moore continued to lead, opening up a comfortable margin over Whitwell as Moyer sped past Phillips who was followed by likes of 18th starting Bub McCool, 11th starting Jesse Stovall and 13th starting Frank Heckenast, Jr.

The leaders encountered the back of the field for the first time on lap fifteen as Moore searched for the quickest way through slower traffic. As Moore tried to negotiate the slower car of Darryn Waldo, he got bottled up in the middle grove as Whitwell jumped to the cushion in turn three. At the same time, Moore edged high, stifling the top side charge and allowing a rapidly closing Moyer to dive low and make a sensational three-wide leap from third to first.

With Moyer out front he opened a brief advantage by putting a lapped car between himself and his closest pursuers. That slower traffic allowed Phillips to jump past Moore for the third spot and close to within striking distance of the runner-up position. Further back McCool would drop Moore another position capping his 18th to fourth drive while Heckenast and Sovall swapped position seemingly as every turn.

Whitwell would again have Moyer in his sight with just five to go as more traffic lie just ahead of the race leaders. Waldo again was the driver on the hot seat and as Moyer was unable to clear the Montana driver, it allowed Whitwell to park himself on Moyer’s Watters Auto Land, Car City.com spoiler for the final three tours of USA Raceway.

“At times he left the door open and I tried to get under him,” Whitwell said after matching his best career Wild West Shootout Late Model finish. “That last lap I almost took us out, it was pretty close.”

Unable to get alongside in the races final stages, Whitwell settled for the runner-up position as Moyer took the checkered flag for career win #739.

A-Main

Billy Moyer, RC Whitwell, Terry Phillips, Bub McCool, Ray Moore, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Jeremy Payne, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Clay Daly, Chris Wall, Trevor Glaser, Leon Henderson, Chad Ruhlman, Darryn Waldo, John Lobb, Billy Moyer, Jr., Jesse Stovall, Jon Kirby, Brad Looney, Pat Doar, Brent Kehrer, Eric Mass, Paul Mueller, David Breazeale

Heat 1

Leon Henderson, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Darryn Waldo, Chad Ruhlman, Clay Daly, Rob Mayea, Rob Sanders, James Chavez, Jr., Scott Green

Heat 2

Jeremy Payne, Paul Mueller, David Breazeale, Joey Moriarty, John Lobb, Billy Moyer, Jr., Tony Toste, Dan Henrikson, Russ Sell

Heat 3

Billy Moyer, Jesse Stovall, Chris Wall, Pat Doar, Brad Looney, Morgan Bagley, Mike Balcean, Dylan Smith, Jack Sullivan

Heat 4

Ray Moore, Jon Kirby, RC Whitwell, Trevor Glaser, Matt Aukland, Karl Tipton, Nick Bartels, John Kaanta, Jimmy Mars – DNS

Heat 5

Terry Phillips, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Brent Kehrer, Bub McCool, Eric Mass, Jess Anderson, Jason Papich, Mark Carrell, Mike McCaughan

B-Main 1

Heckenast, Jr., Mass, Kehrer, Daly, Aukland, Chavez, Jr., Mayea, Sullivan, Sanders, Henrikson, Toste – DNS

B-Main 2

Looney, Moyer, Jr., Breazeale, Doar, Moriarty, Bartels, Carrell, McCaughan, Tipton, Smith – DNS, Mars – DNS 

B-Main 3

Wall, McCool, Lobb, Glaser, Bagley, Anderson, Kaanta, Papich, Balcean, Sell, Green

By Ryan Neuharth 

Tucson, Ariz (January 9, 2011) – It had been so long since New Richmond, WI driver Pat Doar sat in Victory Lane at the Wild West Shootout that the event technically didn’t even exist. USA Raceway’s mid-winter mini-series began in 2001 at Central Arizona Raceway in Casa Grande, and was known then as the Early Thaw. The 2003 edition saw Doar score two-wins and the series point’s championship, but the well had run dry until this sunny Tucson afternoon. 

After a less than stellar performance in the series opener, it appeared that Terry Phillips would not be denied in his quest too add to his status as the series all-time wins leader. Having blasted from his fifth starting spot to take the lead on lap two, the driver known as “TP” began to motor away as fierce battles erupted throughout the running order. 

Behind the top three Phillips’ teammate and opening night runner-up Jeremy Payne lead a group of contenders that included Clay Daly, Billy Moyer, Jr, Jimmy Mars and Bub McCool. That quintuplet seemingly changed positions with each flick of the steering wheel, only to have their fun interrupted by cautions for Brad Looney on lap seven and Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth on lap twelve. 

Running third during the races middle stages, Doar slotted behind race long leader Phillips and hometown favorite and USA Raceway Modified Champion RC Whitwell. With the top three blasting around the top-side of the immaculately prepared speedplant, Doar took advantage of lapped traffic to maneuver past Whitwell and quickly took the fight to Phillips. It was short lived as Phillips shoved the nose off of turn two, making hard contact with the backstretch concrete and handing the lead to Doar.

In the scramble Payne edge by Whitwell for the runner-up spot with Moyer, Jr. up from ninth on lap fifteen to run fourth when the yellow would appear for top five runner Daly on lap twenty-two. Just like 24-hours earlier, a late race restart would tell a dramatic tail, but unlike night number one, Doar would have to survive not one, but three restarts in the races final seven laps.

The first of which provided the most drama as Doar jumped the cushion in turn one allowing Whitwell to throw the slide job to momentary grab the point in turn two. Down low, Payne pulled even with Whitwell as Doar threaded the needle making it a three wide charge towards turn three. Driving in deeper than his counterparts, Doar eclipsed Payne before sliding in front of Whitwell to regain the lead he lost half a lap earlier 

“I didn’t know where he was, I just drove it in there and it stuck,” Doar said from Element 7 Victory Lane. “He was out of sight and it hope it was clean.”

Just as things appeared settled out front, all eyes shifted to hard charging Billy Moyer. Having started twenty-first, the Hall of Fame driver cracked the top ten on lap twenty and ran seventh as the yellow appeared for David Breazeale on lap twenty-seven. While this restart was far less dramatic for Doar, for the second night in a row Payne and McCool found themselves occupying the same real estate, this time Payne ended up facing the wrong direction in turn one. The scuffle resulted in the races final restart, and again Doar didn’t bobble, slipping away from Whitwell and McCool as a pair of Moyer’s contested third. The elder Moyer would take the position from his son completing an impressive run in which he gained seventeen positions. Doar ran the last three circuits unmolested for this third career Wild West Shootout win 

After thanking his crew and sponsors from the winner circle, Doar was sure not to forget the most important person of them all. “My wife just got here today and I guess she’s good luck,” said Doar 

A-Main

Pat Doar, RC Whitwell, Bub McCool, Billy Moyer, Billy Moyer, Jr., Jack Sullivan, Jimmy Mars, Jesse Stovall, Brad Looney, Ray Moore, Nick Bartels, Rob Sanders, John Kaanta, Dylan Smith, John Lobb, Brad Williams, Jeremy Payne, Morgan Bagley, David Breazeale, Clay Daly, Terry Phillips, Dick Barton, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Mike Johnson

Heat 1

Brad Looney, Bub McCool, Clay Daly, Leon Henderson, Trevor Glaser, Joey Moriarty, Tony Toste, John Lowry, Dave Deetz

Heat 2

Billy Moyer, Jr., Terry Phillips, Jeremy Payne, Lonnie Parker, Jr., Mike Johnson, Billy Moyer, Rob Mayea, Darryn Waldo, David Vennard

Heat 3

Ray Moore, Morgan Bagley, Eric Mass, Brent Kehrer, Jack Sullivan, Jon Kirby, Russ Sell, Dan Henrikson, Greg Jelvik – DNS 

Heat 4

RC Whitwell, Dick Barton, Brad Williams, Dylan Smith, Mike Balcean, John Lobb, Frank Heckanest, Jr., Jason Papich, Jeff Sires

Heat 5

Jimmy Mars, Chris Wall, Rob Sanders, David Breazeale, Karl Tipton, Jesse Stovall, Matt Aukland, Garrett Alberson

Heat 6

Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Pat Doar, Nick Bartels, Mike McCaughan, John Kaanta, James Chavez, Jr., Mark Carrell, Bill Bartels

B-Main 1

Morgan Bagley, Mike Johnson, Jesse Stovall, John Kaanta, Matt Aukland, Mike Balcean, Brent Kehrer, Mark Carrell, Jason Papich, James Chavez, Jr., David Vennard, Joey Moriarty, Jeff Sires, Mike McCaughan

B-Main 2

Nick Bartels, Brad Williams, John Lobb, Dick Barton, John Lowry, Jon Kirby, Karl Tipton, Darryn Waldo, Greg Jelvik, Bill Bartels, Leon Henderson, Russ Sell, Chris Wall 

B-Main 3

David Breazeale, Rob Sanders, Billy Moyer, Jack Sullivan, Eric Mass, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Lonnie Parker, Jr., Trevor Glaser, Rob Mayea, Tony Toste, Garrett Alberson, Dan Henrikson, Dave Deetz

Posted by: racingthesun | January 8, 2011

Moyer, Jr. Scores Wild West Shootout Opening Night Win!

Tucson, Ariz (January 8, 2011) Capitalizing on momentum from his first appearance at USA Raceway’s Wild West Shootout in 2010, Billy Moyer, Jr. used his patented line around the 3/8ths mile desert oval to steal the lead from Jeremy Payne on a late race restart and take his first career Wild West Shootout win. “It’s awesome to win out west like this, especially with all the Victory Circle people and Henderson Motorsports people here” Moyer, Jr. said from victory lane.

Payne would hold a comfortable lead for 20 of the main events 30-laps as Moyer Jr., Frank Heckenast, Jr., Brad Looney, Bub McCool, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth and Jimmy Mars all diced for position. McCool and Moyer Jr. would race side by side for several early laps while Mars and Hollingsworth made it two row of two from fourth on back. Hollingsworth was making the most noise early jumping from his eleventh starting spot to run seventh on lap five and fourth two circuits later.

The early race storm was tempered when Dick Barton brought out the races first caution on lap 12, sapping Hollingsworth momentum and trapping the Northport, AL driver on the outside line during the restart. “Right Foot” Ronnie dropped back to eighth while Looney was also stumbling, losing power temporarily and falling to the tail before he could get back up to race pace.

Looney’s power-failure bunched several drivers behind his slowing Victory Circle machine, leaving Heckenast, Jr. with no place to go as Moyer, Jr, Mars and McCool would all advance two places closer to the front. Heckenast’s misfortune turned into Moyer, Jr’s golden opportunity as he pulled to the outside of  Payne on lap seventeen just as Rob Mayea would pull-up in turn one with a flat right rear, bringing out the yellow and setting the stage for a dramatic late race pass for the win.

With Payne out front for the Delaware restart, Moyer, Jr. lined-up on the inside of row two. When Payne slide across the racetrack in turn one on the restart, it opened the door for Moyer Jr. to grab the top spot and set sail towards the checkered. “I went to the top a little too early” Moyer, Jr. said after the win. “That last restart fell just right, we lined up on the bottom and when (Payne) went high to try and block we drove right past.” Quickly extend his lead to a full straightway, Moyer, Jr. left Payne to fend off a hard charging Mars, McCool and a rebounding Hollingsworth.

And what was maybe a hint at things to come, and unlike 2010, the second generation driver will happily be racing in all six Wild West Shootout events in 2011. “I graduated and will be here all week.”

The rest of the field is officially on notice.

 

A-Main

Billy Moyer, Jr., Jeremy Payne, Jimmy Mars, Bub McCool, Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Billy Moyer, Frank Heckenast, Jr., John Lobb, John Kaanta, Chris Wall, Jesse Stovall, Ray Moore, Rob Sanders, John Lowry, Mike Balcean, Joey Moriarty, Nick Bartels, Pat Doar, Rob Mayea, Brad Looney, Jack Sullivan, Mike Johnson, Dick Barton, Matt Aukland

 

Heat 1

Billy Moyer, Jr, John Lowry, John Kaanta, Mike Balcean, Eric Mass, Dylan Smith, Lonnie Parker, Jr, Trevor Glaser, Terry Phillips

 

Heat 2

Jeremy Payne, Dick Barton, John Lobb, Karl Tipton, John Carroll, Russ Sell, Dave Deetz, James Chavez, Jr

 

Heat 3

Brad Looney, Jesse Stovall, Clay Daly, Matt Aukland, Rob Sanders, Dan Henrikson, David Vennard, Garrett Alberson

 

Heat 4

Nick Bartels, Bub McCool, Chris Wall, Jack Sullivan, Tony Toste, Brent Kehrer, Jason Papich, RC Whitwell

 

Heat 5

Ronnie Lee Hollingsworth, Ray Moore, Jimmy Mars, Mike McCaughan, Bill Bartels, Morgan Bagley, Brad Williams, Joey Moriarty

 

Heat 6

Billy Moyer, Frank Heckenast, Jr, Pat Doar, Mike Johnson, Rob Mayea, Darryn Waldo, Jeff Sires, Greg Jelvik

B-Main 1

John Lowry, Mike Balcaen, Rob Mayea, Matt Aukland, Morgan Bagley, Karl Tipton, Trevor Glaser, Darryn Waldo, Tony Toste, James Chavez, Jr, David Vennard, Clay Daly – DNS, Garret Alberson – DNS

B-Main 2

Jesse Stovall, John Kaanta, Mike Johnson, Joey Moriarty, RC Whitwell, Lonnie Parker, Jr, Brad Williams, Mark Carroll, Mike McCaughan, Eric Mass – DNS, Dan Henrikson, DNS, Brent Kehrer – DNS

 

B-Main 3

Ray Moore, Jack Sullivan, Pat Doar, Rob Sanders, Russ Sell, Dylan Smith, Terry Phillips, Bill Bartels, Jason Papich, Dave Deetz, Greg Jelvik, Jeff Sires

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