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LindaL
February 09, 2008 at 05:20:27 PM
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Come on now it's 3:20PM California time, surely someone must have the complete results from last night!

Any update on the Ripper, hoping he didn't break his foot.




Marty Boyer
February 09, 2008 at 05:49:09 PM
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This message was edited on February 09, 2008 at 05:50:27 PM by Marty Boyer

Kruseman gets USAC/CRA Perris Win

 

Perris, Calif...2006 USAC/CRA Champion Cory Kruseman of Ventura, Calif., made a late-race charge from the eighth starting spot to capture the 30-lap season opener Friday at the Perris Auto Speedway.

Driving his own Lucas Oil / Agromin No. 21k Viper, Kruseman's 15th season driving 410 c.i. sprint cars begins with his 87th West Coast sanction victory, pulling him to within 16 wins of Dean Thompson's all-time record.

"Everything just kind of went our way tonight.We've got a brand new Viper car and it was great to get a win for our new sponsor Lucas Oil," Kruseman said."We came here tonight with four cars under our banner and the key is that I have the right people in the right places.Right now, I'm not required to do too much on the cars and can do a little bit more coaching with our driver development program. The biggest difference between this year and last year is that I can concentrate more on my car and just have fun."

Chad Boat made his USAC/CRA debut from the outside of the front row next to former series Rookie of the Year Blake Miller of Yorba Linda, Calif.Experience prevailed at the drop of the green flag with Miller putting his Jeff Gardner / Roy Miller Frieightlines No. 93 Sled into the lead.

Rip Williams started his 31st season behind the wheel of a sprint car from the seventh position and was battling for second-place on the second-lap when he flipped after tangling with the Bobby Martin / Weiler Farms No. 15 Maxim driven by R.J. Johnson (Phoenix, AZ) exiting turn-four.Sadly, Williams, who won the 2004 USAC/CRA title, suffered a broken left foot during a ride that included contact with Santa Maria, California's Danny Sheridan while his car was airborne.

Sheridan put his Kittle Motorsports / Pace Electronics No. 18 Stinger into the lead two laps after the restart.Once out front, Sheridan controlled the race and was even able to maintain his lead over Miller despite working lapped traffic.

At the halfway point of the event, Kruseman used his skill through lapped traffic to move into the third position.Things tighten-up four laps later with Mike Spencer of Temecula, Calif., making it a four-car battle for the lead.Just when Sheridan appeared to have rebuilt a lead that was adequate to win the race, the caution flag flew for defending series champion Tony Jones who slowed to a stop with a flat tire.

Kruseman, who earlier was the fastest car in qualifying, moved ahead of Miller moments after the restart and quickly set his sights on "Showtime Sheridan."Kruseman eventually took the lead on lap-26 with a textbook slide-job that was secured exiting turn-two.

"Our problem was that we followed for too many laps and when we finally got that yellow (flag) it gave me the opportunity to observe the track a little better.I was able to see what else was out there and use it to my advantage.At the same time, I think the guys in front of me made a couple mistakes and lost their rhythm a little bit," Kruseman said after his 24th career USAC/CRA win.

Spencer took advantage of contact between Miller and Sheridan along the front-straight in the closing laps and was able to finish second in the Ron Chaffin / Temecula Valley Pipe & Supply No. 50 Maxim.Miller finished third with Sheridan and Johnson completing the top-five.Jimmy Crawford won "Hard-Charger" honors with his 18th to seventh-place drive.

USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE RESULTS: February 8, 2008 - Perris, California - Perris Auto Speedway

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Cory Kruseman, 21k, Kruseman-16.821; 2. Rip Williams, 3, Jory-17.074; 3. Mike Spencer, 50, Chaffin-17.083; 4. Danny Sheridan, 18, Kittle-17.109; 5. Tony Jones, 4, Alexander-17.144; 6. R.J. Johnson, 15, Martin-17.162; 7. Garrett Hansen, 7, Priestley-17.228; 8. Chad Boat, 30, Boat-17.230; 9. Blake Miller, 93, Gardner-17.303; 10. Levi Jones, 11, Walker/Guiducci-17.310; 11. Jesse Hockett, 75, VKCC-17.326; 12. David Cardey, 83, Crossno-17.412; 13. Alex Schutte, 5k, Kruseman-17.426; 14. Brady Bacon, 42, Cheney-17.431; 15. Peter Murphy, 21, Dorathy-17.465; 16. Shane Golobic, 57g, Golobic-17.487; 17. Josh Ford, 73, Ford-17.547; 18. Luis Espinoza, 92, Sertich-17.728; 19. Cole Whitt, 2, Crossno-17.730; 20. Jimmy Crawford, 51, Crawford-17.780; 21. Tyler Brown, 96, Gardner-17.878; 22. Davey Pombo, 38, Crossno-17.883; 23. Jordan Hermansader, 32, Rase-17.890; 24. Bret Mellenberndt, 97, Mellenberndt-17.934; 25. Nadine Gardner 16, Gardner-17.966; 26. Henry Clarke, 41k, Kruseman-18.112; 27. Billy Blinn, 26, Blinn-18.137; 28. Nic Faas, 17f, Faas-18.153; 29. Austin Mero, 71k, Kruseman-18.158; 30. Eric Severson, 11c, Cherry-18.166; 31. Jonas Reynolds, 48, Reynolds-18.339; 32. Seth Wilson, 17, Wilson-18.363; 33. Todd Hunsaker, 6, Hunsaker-18.452; 34. Kenny Perkins, 34, Perkins-18.499; 35. Shawn Kautz, 27, Kautz-18.561; 36. Royal Adderson, 40, Adderson-18.910; 37. Joe Gunderson, 57, Gunderson-19.192; 38. Brein Kinney, 85, Persall-19.983; 39. John Butler, 54, Butler-20.183.

FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Brown, 2. Ford, 3. Miller, 4. Kruseman, 5. T.Jones, 6. Mero, 7. Hunsaker, 8. Gardner, 9. Gunderson, 10. Schutte. 2:56.65

SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Pombo, 2. Williams, 3. Johnson, 4. L.Jones, 5. Bacon, 6. Espinoza, 7. Clarke, 8. Perkins, 9. Kinney, 10. Severson. 2:59.43

THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Spencer, 2. Hockett, 3. Whitt, 4. Hansen, 5. Hermansader, 6. Murphy, 7. Reynolds, 8. Kautz, 9. Blinn, 10. Butler. NT

FOURTH HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Sheridan, 2. Cardey, 3. Boat, 4. Wilson, 5. Crawford, 6. Golobic, 7. Faas, 8. Adderson, 9. Mellenberndt. NT

SEMI: (12 laps) 1. T.Jones, 2. Crawford, 3. Schutte, 4. Golobic, 5. Murphy, 6. Espinoza, 7. Hermansader, 8. Faas, 9. Clarke, 10. Mero, 11. Adderson, 12. Gardner, 13. Hunsaker, 14. Mellenberndt, 15. Kautz, 16. Reynolds, 17. Perkins, 18. Gunderson, 19. Kinney, 20. Blinn, 21. Bacon. NT

FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Cory Kruseman, 2. Mike Spencer, 3. Blake Miller, 4. Danny Sheridan, 5. R.J. Johnson, 6. Garrett Hansen, 7. Jimmy Crawford, 8. Josh Ford, 9. Jesse Hockett, 10. Cole Whitt, 11. Chad Boat, 12. Shane Golobic, 13. David Cardey, 14. Levi Jones, 15. Tyler Brown, 16. Davey Pombo, 17. Seth Wilson, 18. Alex Schutte, 19. Luis Espinoza, 20. Peter Murphy, 21. Tony Jones, 22. Rip Williams. NT

**Butler flipped during the third heat. Mellenberndt flipped during the fourth heat. Williams flipped during the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-2 Miller, Laps 3-25 Sheridan, Laps 26-30 Kruseman.

NEW USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR POINTS: 1-Kruseman-71; 2-Spencer-69; 3-Sheridan-62; 4-Miller-60; 5-Johnson-55; 6-Hansen-50; 7-Ford-46; 8-Crawford-45; 9-Hockett-43; 10-Whitt-39.

NEXT USAC/CRA SPRINT CAR RACE: February 9 - Perris (CA) Auto Speedway



Marty Boyer
February 09, 2008 at 05:51:31 PM
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360 SPRINT CARS
PERRIS AUTO SPEEDWAY - PERRIS, CA
FEBRUARY 8, 2008
PAS 360 SPRINT CAR CHAMPIONSHIPS NIGHT #1

23 CARS

TIME TRIALS:
1. Josh Ford, 73- 17.063, 2. Jimmy Crawford, 17.342, 3. Danny Sheridan, 18- 17.346, 4. Eric Severson, 11- 17.394, 5. R.J. Johnson, 15- 17. 490, 6. Jesse Hockett, 75- 17.608, 7. Rusty Carlile, 51- 17.702, 8. Dwayne Marcum, 91- 17.782, 9. Shon Deskins, 20- 17.885, 10. Mike Martin, 16- 17.971, 11. Don Gansen, 7G- 17.982, 12. Newt Price, 22- 17.993, 13. Jesse Mack, 71M- 17.994, 14. Brian Williams, 1- 18.070, 15. Steve Conrad, 56- 18.079, 16. Bruce Douglass, 31- 18.235, 17. John Aden, 7- 18.341, 18. Ludwig Solberg IV, 13- 18.547, 19. Mathew Shedarowich, 2- 19.363, 20. Brian Schuler, 77S- 19.658, 21. Dave Bezio, 8Z- NT, 22. Chris D'Arcy, 77- NT., 23. Brandon Thomson, 19- NT.

HEAT RACE 1: (10 laps)
1. Josh Ford, 2. Mike Martin, 3. Eric Severson, 4. Jesse Mack, 5. Rusty Carlile, 6. Bruce Douglass, 7. Mathew Shedarowich, 8. Chris D'Arcy. 3:01.64.

HEAT RACE 2: (10 laps)
1. John Aden, 2. R.J. Johnson, 3. Don Gansen, 4. Dwayne Marcum, 5. Brian Williams, 6. Brian Schuler, 7. Jimmy Crawford. 2:58.65.

HEAT RACE 3: (10 laps)
1. Danny Sheridan, 2. Jesse Hockett, 3. Steve Conrad, 4. Shon Deskins, 5. Ludwig Solberg IV, 6. Dave Bezio, 7. Newt Price.

FEATURE: (20 laps - With Starting Positions) 1. Danny Sheridan (5th), 2. R.J. Johnson (3rd), 3. Josh Ford (6th), 4. Rusty Carilie (1st), 5. Eric Severson (4th), 6. John Aden (14th), 7. Mike Martin (9th), 8. Steve Conrad (13th), 9. Ludwig Solberg IV (15th), 10. Bruce Douglass (17th), 11. Dwayne Marcum (7th), 12. Dave Bezio (20th), 13. Jesse Mack (11th), 14. Shon Deskins (8th), 15. Mathew Shedarowich (18th), 16. Newt Price (16th), 17. Brian Williams (12th), 18. Don Gansen (10th), 19. Jesse Hockett (2nd), 20. Brian Schuler (19th).

*Newt Price flipped during the third heat.
**Shon Deskins and Mathew Shedarowich flipped during the feature.





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