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Bill W
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June 08, 2013 at 02:17:40 AM
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6/7/13

34 Raceway

West Burlington, IA

WoO

43 WoO

25 305s

WoO

Daryn Pittman (42nd car out to time) set quick time at 12.411 seconds. Terry McCarl (33rd car out) was second quick, followed by Sammy Swindell (31st), Paul McMahan (9th), Cody Darrah (14th), Josh Schneiderman (20th), Tim Kaeding (28th), Lucas Wolfe (27th), Donny Schatz (8th) and David Gravel (19th). The track held up well through qualifying in front of a packed house.

Heat one (started): 1. Schatz 15 (2) 2. Darrah 4 (3) 3. Kerry Madsen 29 (1) 4. Pittman 9 (4) 5. Kraig Kinser 11K (6) / 6. Chad Kemenah 63 (5) 7. Danny Lasoski 33 (8) 8. Chris Martin 44 (9) 9. Matt Harms 53H (10) 10. Dustin Clark 16 (11) 11. Danny Smith 4s (7)

Schatz led the distance in the 10-lapper. Darrah slid by Madsen for the second and final transfer to the Dash on lap three.

Heat two (started): 1. Gravel 6 (2) 2. Sam Hafertepe Jr. 15H (1) 3. McCarl 24 (4) 4. Schneiderman 49 (3) 5. Steve Kinser 11 (5) / 6. Ian Madsen 18 (6) 7. Bill Rose 6R (7) 8. Jordan Goldesberry 65 (9) 9. Tim Moore 10T (10) 10. Logan Faucon 52F (8) DNS – Dustin Selvage 7K

Gravel led green to checker. Before a lap could be completed, I. Madsen slid over the turn two berm and came to a stop. He restarted at the rear and charged to within one spot of an A main transfer.

Heat three (started): 1. Joey Saldana 71m (2) 2. Jason Johnson 41 (1) 3. Swindell 1 (4) 4. Kaeding 83 (3) 5. Jason Sides 7s (5) / 6. Wayne Johnson 77x (6) 7. Paul Nienhiser 9x (8) 8. Matt Sutton 3 (10) 9. Ben Wagoner 84 (9) 10. Dave Getchell 83x (11) 11. Jim Moughan Jr. 1m (7)

Saldana led a mostly single-file event. Moughan went up in smoke on lap three.

Heat four (started): 1. Craig Dollansky 7 (2) 2. McMahan 51 (4) 3. Brian Brown 21 (6) 4. Wolfe 82 (3) 5. Dusty Zomer 91 (5) / 6. Bill Balog 17B (7) 7. Bret Tripplett 22 (9) 8. Bronson Maeschen 96 (1) 9. AJ Bruns 44x (8) DNS – Jarrod Schneiderman 88

Dollansky led the distance. Maeschen trailed him in second before getting over turn two and shooting up the pit entrance in what could have been an ugly incident on lap eight. Fortunately, no one was injured. Brown did well to move up, and Zomer was the beneficiary of the final transfer spot.

C main (started): 1. Martin (1) 2. Goldesberry (2) / 3. Faucon (4) 4. Wagoner (3) 5. Harms (5) 6. Clark (6) 7. Moore (8) 8. Sutton (7) DNS – Tripplett, Getchell

Martin, who turned 16 Wednesday led the 10-lap distance. He plans on running a 360 at Knoxville Saturday. He and Goldesberry were the class of the field.

Dash (started): 1. Dollansky (1) 2. Darrah (5) 3. Saldana (2) 4. Gravel (3) 5. McCarl (7) 6. McMahan (6) 7. Schatz (4) 8. Pittman (8) 9. J. Johnson (10) 10. Hafertepe (9)

Dollansky showed his prowess early, leading all eight laps. Darrah grabbed second with two to go. McCarl used the low side of one and two to get by Schatz and McMahan for fifth.

B main (started): 1. Maeschen (1) 2. I. Madsen (3) 3. Kemenah (2) 4. Smith (5) / 5. Lasoski (7) 6. Balog (8) 7. Nienhiser (9) 8. Martin (11) 9. Selvage (10) 10. Rose (6) 11. Goldesberry (13) 12. Bruns (12) 13. W. Johnson (4) DNS – Moughan

Maeschen led all twelve laps. W. Johnson was holding off Smith for the final transfer when he came to the infield on lap six with possible rear-end issues.

A main (started): 1. Dollansky (1) 2. McMahan (6) 3. Saldana (3) 4. Schatz (7) 5. Kaeding (13) 6. Darrah (2) 7. K. Madsen (15) 8. J. Johnson (9) 9. S. Kinser (18) 10. Swindell (11) 11. Sides (19) 12. Kemenah (17) 13. McCarl (5) 14. Maeschen (16) 15. Gravel (4) 16. I. Madsen (22) 17. K. Kinser (21) 18. Schneiderman (12) 19. Wolfe (14) 20. Brown (23) 21. Zomer (20) 22. Pittman (8) 23. Smith (24) 24. Hafertepe (10)

Dollansky led Saldana and Darrah at the outset of the 34-lapper. Gravel was running sixth on lap six, when he hit a hole in turn one, biked it on two hops and flipped over on all fours. He was unhurt, and able to restart when Hafertepe flipped in turn three on the restart. Dollansky choose the inside line over Saldana, Darrah, McMahan, McCarl and Pittman on the restart. On lap nine, McCarl had moved by McMahan for fourth and hit the same hole Gravel did. He didn't get upside down, but spun over turn two and restarted at the tail. McMahan moved by Darrah into third when the green flew again. J. Johnson and Pittman battled for fifth on lap nine. When Pittman couldn't fit between the wall and J. Johnson, who was sliding up the track, he made contact with the 41 and bounced down the back straight. He was unable to restart. The final 21 laps went non-stop, and Dollansky was never touched, beating McMahan, who took second on lap 17, by almost a half lap. S. Kinser was the hard-charger.

305's

Heat one (started): 1. Dustin Whiting 73 (1) 2. Andy Huston 40 (3) 3. Patrick Moore 2x (9) 4. Shane Quam 17 (7) 5. Richard Brod 9B (5) 6. Damian Getchell 83D (4) 7. Jayson Ditsworth 1 (2) 8. Corey Timmerman 20T (6) 9. Dustin Clark 16 (8)

The top four redrew for the feature. Clark got upside down on the first try at a start. Timmerman was also involved and did not restart. Whiting shot out to an early lead in the 8-lapper with Ditsworth in tow. Ditsworth would retire on lap five and not return for the night. Moore did well to move up to third from row five.

Heat two (started): 1. John Schulz 27 (2) 2. Donnie Steward 16HD (4) 3. Ryan Jamison 85 (7) 4. Jacob Glasgow 59 (3) 5. Caleb Wankel 5 (5) 6. Dave Getchell 83 (6) 7. Dillon Roth 43 (8) 8. Tony Bundy 11 (1)

Schulz led the distance, holding off Steward in a great battle. T. Bundy biked on lap two while running third, but saved it.

Heat three (started): 1. Tiffany Wyzard 10K (2) 2. Jarrod Schneiderman 14s (5) 3. Daniel Bergquist 9 (3) 4. Cody Wehrle 40c (1) 5. Kyle Peterson 22P (6) 6. Nick Guernsey 7 (4) 7. Heath Bundy 87 (8) 8. Justin Newberry 36 (7)

Wyzard led every lap, with Schneiderman making a late charge. Newberry spun on lap five.

A main (started): 1. Steward (5) 2. Jamison (2) 3. Huston (6) 4. Quam (3) 5. Schulz (12) 6. Bergquist (8) 7. Wyzard (11) 8. Wankel (14) 9. Schneiderman (7) 10. Newberry (19) 11. Glasgow (9) 12. Guernsey (18) 13. Dave Getchell (17) 14. Dam. Getchell (16) 15. H. Bundy (20) 16. Brod (13) 17. Wehrle (10) 18. Whiting (1) 19. Moore (4) 20. Peterson (15) 21. T. Bundy (21) DNS – Roth, Timmerman, Clark, Ditsworth

Jamison led early in the 20-lapper over Whiting and Quam. Quam took second from Whiting on lap five, and Steward followed him into third a lap later. On lap seven, Wehrle and Peterson came together in turn four bringing a caution. Jamison lead Quam, Steward, Huston and Whiting back to green. Quam and Steward exchanged second on laps 10 and 11 before Schneiderman spun while running sixth. Huston shot from fourth to third on the restart, while Steward dogged Jamison before taking the point on lap 14. Schulz moved up well late, finishing fifth after starting 12th. Newberry was the hard-charger.


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badger boy
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June 08, 2013 at 07:45:30 AM
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Bill W.---Thanks for another great, quickly posted, complete race report. Do you ever sleep?? Please don't burn yourself out, there's many of us who look forward to reading your very informative, detailed and timely race reports. Interesting to see in the 410 class that every race (4 heats, Dash, C, B, and A mains) were all won from the front row with no lead changes. Pleased to see 43 410 class cars were there and surprised to see the 42nd car to qualify had quick time-- was the track wet or choppy for the first 410 qualifiers??

Please keep up your great work!!!!!



Sprinter 79
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June 09, 2013 at 12:30:29 AM
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Other than rutting up a bit the track was in pretty good shape for most of the night. At least from our perspective it was.
Never hit stationary objects!

linbob
June 09, 2013 at 01:17:43 AM
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Posted By: Sprinter 79 on June 09 2013 at 12:30:29 AM
Other than rutting up a bit the track was in pretty good shape for most of the night. At least from our perspective it was.


Burlington was a good show. Overfull grandstands and parking clear out on other side of road. A pit full of 410 s and 305 . Track workers were very friendly. Track was good with a dip in 2 and 3 that some drivers hit , but nothing terrible.

Sprinter 79
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June 09, 2013 at 02:06:53 AM
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Posted By: linbob on June 09 2013 at 01:17:43 AM
Burlington was a good show. Overfull grandstands and parking clear out on other side of road. A pit full of 410 s and 305 . Track workers were very friendly. Track was good with a dip in 2 and 3 that some drivers hit , but nothing terrible.


yes, I agree linbob, it was a very good show. There was also a fairly sizable dip in 3 and 4 that some cars bounced through and one 305 car caught and flipped in.
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egras
June 09, 2013 at 01:15:23 PM
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Another note, lucky no one hurt or killed when a car lost control during a heat race, exited the track, and struck the pit side grandstands. Looks like it may have also struck a pit wagon? Anyone get a look at what got hit? From where we were sitting, I thought someone was going to be run over. Luckily, no one in the way.



vanh
June 09, 2013 at 03:32:05 PM
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Posted By: egras on June 09 2013 at 01:15:23 PM

Another note, lucky no one hurt or killed when a car lost control during a heat race, exited the track, and struck the pit side grandstands. Looks like it may have also struck a pit wagon? Anyone get a look at what got hit? From where we were sitting, I thought someone was going to be run over. Luckily, no one in the way.



It went in the pits it did not hit the stands There is a 4 foot wall around the stands. I guess if you don't know the story just make one up



cubfan07
June 09, 2013 at 03:50:57 PM
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Posted By: egras on June 09 2013 at 01:15:23 PM

Another note, lucky no one hurt or killed when a car lost control during a heat race, exited the track, and struck the pit side grandstands. Looks like it may have also struck a pit wagon? Anyone get a look at what got hit? From where we were sitting, I thought someone was going to be run over. Luckily, no one in the way.



Maeschen is the one who went off track. Was told he ran into his own mule. If this info is incorrect we can count on vanh to correct it.


-Austin Rankin

vanh
June 09, 2013 at 04:57:45 PM
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Posted By: cubfan07 on June 09 2013 at 03:50:57 PM

Maeschen is the one who went off track. Was told he ran into his own mule. If this info is incorrect we can count on vanh to correct it.



Why bother to learn the truth

I guess I was told is a lot more interesting



egras
June 09, 2013 at 05:02:11 PM
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Posted By: vanh on June 09 2013 at 03:32:05 PM

It went in the pits it did not hit the stands There is a 4 foot wall around the stands. I guess if you don't know the story just make one up



Wow! My apologies. From my vantage point, it looked like he caught the wing on the corner of the stands and then hit something behind the stands. Didn't mean to get everyone all fired up. Either way, was just stating how lucky they were that no one was standing in that area.





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