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June 10
Eldora Speedway,
Rossburg, OH
Sanction: UMP DIRTcar special events (non-touring) (Dream XXII Friday even prelim) - $10,000
Information provided by: Kevin Kovac, Alli Collis and Todd Turner (last updated June 11, 2:31 am)
Landers tops Dream XXII prelim, collects $10,000
Dream XXII Friday even prelim
  1. Jared Landers
  2. Scott Bloomquist
  3. Gregg Satterlee
  4. Ricky Thornton Jr.
  5. Tim McCreadie
  6. Jonathan Davenport
  7. Josh Richards
  8. Austin Smith
  9. Earl Pearson Jr.
  10. Jon Henry
  11. Don O'Neal
  12. Jimmy Mars
  13. Wendell Wallace
  14. Steve Francis
  15. Terry Phillips
  16. Mike Marlar
  17. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  18. Jeep Van Wormer
  19. Chase Junghans
  20. Shannon Babb
  21. Chris Simpson
  22. Jeff Babcock
  23. Rusty Schlenk
  24. Jason Jameson
presented by
Heath Lawson/heathlawsonphotos.com
Jared Landers and his team celebrate his $10,000 Eldora win.
What won the race: Jared Landers of Batesville, Ark., drove under race-long leader and front-row starter Gregg Satterlee on the 15th lap and pulled away for a $10,000 victory in Friday's second Dream XXII presented by Ferris Mowers prelim. Landers took the checkers 2.9 seconds ahead of his de facto teammate Scott Bloomquist with Satterlee in third in the caution-free event.
Quotable: "I hope we didn't win on the wrong night," said Landers, who also won a prelim two weeks early as the Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 in Wheatland, Mo.
Key notes: The event includes half Friday's field for the second preliminary night of the June 9-11 Dream XXII weekend, which culminates with Saturday's $100,000-to-win event. ... Friday's field is split between odd-even qualifiers (First, third, fifth, etc.; second, fourth, sixth, etc.) with two complete programs for each group. ... New this year, drivers accrue points in Thursday and Friday prelims which will set Saturday's six heat race lineups. ... All the weekend action is on live pay-per-view at DirtonDirt.com.
On the move: Tim McCreadie of Watertown, N.Y., started 16th and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Landers drives a Sweet-Bloomquist Race Car with a Clements Racing Engine and sponsorship from Mark Martin Automotive, Crop Productions Services, Bad Boy Mowers, Big Dog Motorsports, Burger Fusion, ASC Warranty and Double L Motorsports.
Car count: 72
Fast qualifier: Chris Madden
Time: 16.208 seconds
Polesitter: Scott Bloomquist
Heat race winners: Jonathan Davenport, Shannon Babb, Ricky Thornton Jr., Jon Henry
Consolation race winners: Jeep Van Wormer
Editor's note: It was announced June 20 that five drivers (Scott Bloomquist, Brandon Sheppard, Jimmy Owens, Ricky Thornton Jr. and Gregg Satterlee were stripped of Dream weekend finishes and purses after tire samples failed to meet manufacturer benchmarks.
From staff reports

ROSSBURG, Ohio — No one is ever disappointed to be on the winner’s stage at Eldora Speedway, but after Friday’s preliminary victory for Dream XXII presented by Ferris Mowers, Jared Landers plans to return sooner rather than later.

“I hope we didn’t win on the wrong night,” the Batesville, Ark., driver said after winning a caution-free 25-lapper to collect $10,000, one night before track owner Tony Stewart will sign a $100,000 Dream paycheck.

Landers pulled off a daring slide job on the 15th lap, overtaking front-row starter and race-long leader Gregg Satterlee of Indiana, Pa., and pulling away to take the checkers 2.9 seconds ahead of polesitter and six-time Dream winner Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn.

Even if Friday’s check had one fewer zero than Saturday’s, Landers was glad to take the checkers ahead of Bloomquist, Satterlee, Ricky Thornton Jr. of Chandler, Ariz., and 16th-starting Tim McCreadie of Watertown, N.Y.

“This is awesome, to win the race here. This car’s great,” said Landers, who led laps at last year’s Dream and World 100 at Eldora. “My crew worked their butt off today trying to fix everything from the track last night. We rebuilt the car and we worked toward this setup and we finally got one. We’ve got it all back like it was when I was at the World, so it’s still good.”

With a reputation as an aggressive driver, Landers didn’t let his fans down in charging toward the checkers in the second of twin 25-lappers. Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill., won the first 25-lapper.

“I’m not going to let lapped traffic hold me up,” Landers said. “If it takes me out of the race, I’ve just got to do it. I can’t follow these guys. I’ve just got to take it when I get it. That’s what I was practicing tonight, I just wanted to pass as many cars as I was able to. I think we’ve got a car to win (Saturday’s) race.”

Bloomquist’s second-place ran was a drastic improvement over Thursday night when he blew a tire in hot laps, missed his qualifying lap and failed to make a preliminary feature after showing up late to the grid in a consolation race.

“We just had a number of things happen last night that were out of our control,” Bloomquist said. “We put in a decent night tonight. It will probably start us somewhere in the middle of a heat race tomorrow. But we’ve come from farther back.

“Just like a lot of times, our car just needed to take a little time to get going. Then once it gets rolling … we’ll be there at the end of the race. That’s the main thing. I think we’re really close. We’ve got a little bit of fine tuning left to do and I think we’re going to be ready.”

Satterlee also improved from Thursday’s action in leading 14 laps and posting a third-place finish.

“Last night was a disaster. From the time we unloaded until we loaded up last night, it was just nothing but a struggle,” Satterlee said. “We got regrouped today and made a bunch of changes, got the motor running a little better and was able to qualify good. We had a little luck in the heat race with a late caution and was able to get a good starting spot in the feature.

“We were a little softer on tires, so I kind of slowed down there at the end. But all-in-all a top-three is something to build off for tomorrow.”

Satterlee jumped into the lead at the outset with Landers and Bloomquist in pursuit while Jonathan Davenport, last year’s Dream winner and a Thursday winner, was further back in fourth with Thornton just behind.

Landers ran virtually side-by-side with Satterlee on the seventh lap before Satterlee moved back ahead, and action picked up near the race’s midpoint as Satterlee, Landers and Bloomquist worked through the slower cars of Rusty Schlenk and Jason Jameson.

With traffic still in play, Landers dove under Satterlee entering turn three and came out on top in turn four, then edged away to complete the his first Eldora victory.

Points accrued in Friday’s racing will be added to Thursday’s points, setting up the heat race lineups for Saturday’s action that precedes the weekend-capping $100,000-to-win main event.

Editor's note: It was announced June 20 that five drivers (Scott Bloomquist, Brandon Sheppard, Jimmy Owens, Ricky Thornton Jr. and Gregg Satterlee were stripped of Dream weekend finishes and purses after tire samples failed to meet manufacturer benchmarks.

Preliminary results and notes:

Consolation race

Polesitter Jeep Van Wormer charged to the lead at the drop of the green flag, pulling away. Slipping past third-starting Jay Johnson, fourth-starting Rusty Schlenk took the second-place spot. The top two distanced themselves from the field as a three-car battle unfolded for the third-place spot. Van Wormer won the consolation, with Schlenk finishing second. Chris Simpson finished third, with Chase Junghans grabbing the fourth and final transfer spot over Dustin Nobbe.

Finish (top four transfer): Jeep Van Wormer, Rusty Schlenk, Chris Simpson, Chase Junghans, Dustin Nobbe, T.J. Reaid, Jay Johnson, Gavin Landers, Jason Noll, Doug Sanders, Kody Evans, Chris Ferguson, Tim Lance, Bryant Dickinson. Scratched: Devin Moran, Duane Chamberlain

Even heat notes

Chase Junghans’s Eldora struggles continued when he lost a motor after starting on the pole of the second heat. The young Kansan was changed into street minutes mere minutes after his car was pushed back to his hauler trailing a long line of fluid; his team unloaded their second car and will likely switch to it for Saturday night’s action. … Devin Moran’s evening came to an early end with terminal engine trouble; problems surfaced during hot laps and Moran attempted to qualify but had no power, prompting his crew to immediately pull the powerplant. They will install a backup motor for Saturday’s program after cleaning out the car’s fuel and oil systems. … Eldora rookie Ricky Thornton Jr. picked up where he left off with his 14th-to-second run in Thursday night’s second feature, surviving a slap of the outside wall that bent the right-rear corner of his J.R. Haley-owned car to win the sixth heat. “This place is awesome,” Thornton said when pit reporter Ben Shelton asked how much fun he’s having. … Jon Henry was ecstatic after capturing the eight heat. “It’s really great to get a race car that really fits your style,” he said of his former Frank Heckenast Jr.-driven Club 29 Race Car. “I can’t believe I just beat Scott Bloomquist!”

Even consolation race

(12 laps; top four transfer)
Row 1: Van Wormer, Nobbe
Row 2: Johnson, Schlenk
Row 3: G. Landers, Reaid
Row 4: Lance, Simpson
Row 5: D. Sanders, Ferguson
Row 6: Dickinson, Noll
Row 7: Junghans, Evans

Fourth heat

Sliding ahead of polesitter Jeff Babcock coming out of turn four, third-starting Jon Henry took an early lead. Second-running Scott Bloomquist began reeling in the race leader, but it wouldn’t be enough, as Henry led flag-to-flag to win the fourth heat race. Bloomquist finished second, with Babcock running third. Tim McCreadie ran fourth, with Mike Marlar working his way back to fifth after falling back on the initial start.

Finish (top five transfer): Jon Henry, Scott Bloomquist, Jeff Babcock, Tim McCreadie, Mike Marlar, Rusty Schlenk, Chris Simpson, Jason Noll

Third heat

Running side-by-side as they exited turn four, polesitter Ricky Thornton Jr. pulled ahead of third-starting Wendell Wallace to take an early lead. Thornton tagged the turn-two wall on the third lap, but was able to stay at the front of the field. A yellow flag flew on lap four for debris on the racing surface. Using the restart to his advantage, fourth-starting Gregg Satterlee moved in to the runner-up spot, battling with outside polesitter Austin Smith who had fallen back on the start. Distancing himself from the field, Thornton won the third heat, with Satterlee running second. Smith finished third, with Terry Phillips running fourth. Wallace finished fifth to transfer to the feature.

Finish (top five transfer): Ricky Thornton Jr., Gregg Satterlee, Austin Smith, Terry Phillips, Wendell Wallace, Jay Johnson, Tim Lance, Bryant Dickinson. Scratched: Devin Moran

Second heat

Polesitter Shannon Babb edged ahead of third-starting Jared Landers to lead the opening lap, as fourth-starting Josh Richards slipped back to sixth. Babb pulled away from Landers to win the second heat, with Landers running second. Working his way back to the front, Richards outdueled outside polesitter Jimmy Mars for the third-place spot. Mars ran fourth, with Jason Jameson grabbing the fifth and final transfer spot.

Finish (top five transfer): Shannon Babb, Jared Landers, Josh Richards, Jimmy Mars, Jason Jameson, Dustin Nobbe, T.J. Reaid, Chris Ferguson, Kody Evans

First heat

Going three-wide with the front row starters coming out of turn two, third-starting Jonathan Davenport shot to the lead on the opening lap, with outside polesitter Jeep Van Wormer tagging the turn four wall. Working around the bottom of the racetrack, fifth-starting Earl Pearson Jr. began reeling in Davenport at the halfway mark, with a yellow flag waving on lap seven when Chase Junghans lost an engine and slowed in turn four. Davenport held off Pearson’s challenges as the race went back green, picking up the heat race win. Sliding ahead of Pearson in turn four, Don O’Neal finished runner-up at the checkers. Pearson ran third, with Eddie Carrier Jr. finishing fourth. Steve Francis ran fifth to transfer to the feature.

Finish (top five transfer): Jonathan Davenport, Don O’Neal, Earl Pearson Jr., Eddie Carrier Jr., Steve Francis, Jeep Van Wormer, Gavin Landers, Doug Sanders, Chase Junghans

Even heat lineups

(10 laps; top five transfer)
First heat
Row 1: Chase Junghans, Jeep Van Wormer
Row 2: Jonathan Davenport, Don O’Neal
Row 3: Earl Pearson Jr., Steve Francis
Row 4: Eddie Carrier Jr., Doug Sanders
Row 5: Gavin Landers
Second heat
Row 1: Shannon Babb, Jimmy Mars
Row 2: Jared Landers, Josh Richards
Row 3: Kody Evans, Chris Ferguson
Row 4: T. J. Reaid, Jason Jameson
Row 5: Dustin Nobbe
Third heat
Row 1: Ricky Thornton Jr., Austin Smith
Row 2: Wendell Wallace, Gregg Satterlee
Row 3: Devin Moran, Terry Phillips
Row 4: Tim Lance, Jay Johnson
Row 5: Bryant Dickinson
Fourth heat
Row 1: Jeff Babcock, Scott Bloomquist
Row 2: Jon Henry, Mike Marlar
Row 3: Tim McCreadie, Chris Simpson
Row 4: Rusty Schlenk, Jason Noll
Row 5: Duane Chamberlain


Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., topped 72 entries Friday in the second night of preliminaries for Eldora Speedway’s Dream XXII presented by Ferris Mowers, earning 200 points in the race’s new format. Madden tripped the clock at 16.208 seconds at the half-mile oval.

Don O’Neal of Martinsville, Ind., was second quickest followed by Thursday’s quick qualifier Brian Shirley of Chatham, Ill. Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., and Brandon Overton of Appling, Ga., were fourth and fifth.

Madden will start outside the second row of the first heat race according to the four-car inversion for the heats. The top five drivers from each 10-lap heat will transfer to the main event along with four drivers from each consolation race. There’s an eight-car inversion for the $10,000-to-win, 25-lap main events.

Qualifying note: Austin Rettig, on his 22nd birthday, got into the wall on his first qualifying lap, damaging the right-front of his No. 94.

More pre-race notes

Brandon Sheppard picked up a bruise to go with his victory in Thursday night’s first 25-lap preliminary feature. He absorbed a blow to his shoulder from a flying clod of clay during the race, leaving him with some soreness. “That cushion was just chunking up and stuff was flying at you when you got to lapped traffic,” said Sheppard, whose crew chief, Randall Edwards, reported that clay smashed into Sheppard’s spoiler with such force last night that a new spoiler had to be installed for tonight’s action. … Bob Pierce said his son, Bobby, will be behind the wheel of the same car he damaged in last night’s second feature when he hit Steve Casebolt’s slowing machine. A new rear end was installed in the mount and the rear deck from Pierce’s primary car, which was sidelined by engine trouble in Thursday’s hot laps, was transferred to the second vehicle. … Casebolt’s team also was busy after Thursday’s program replacing the rearend and rear suspension on his Rocket XR1. … Rodney Sanders made an engine change following Thursday night’s action, but it was not because he experienced motor problems. He had a freshened, more powerful Clements engine delivered to him in the pits on Thursday and he decided to bolt it in for the remainder of the weekend. … Scott Bloomquist had quite the Thursday night. Not only did he blow a left-rear tire in hot laps (damaging his bodywork and suspension), miss qualifying making repairs, fail to transfer in a heat race and then finish one lap down in a B-main because he wasn’t on the track to take the green flag, but he also borrowed tools from his pitside neighbor Jason Feger because he did not have his toolbox in his trailer. Feger said Bloomquist has access to his equipment tonight after Bloomquist’s crewman, Cody Mallory, arrived with the team’s toolbox this afternoon. … Eddie Carrier Jr.’s Rocket XR1 is back together after it was damaged when he hit Rusty Schlenk’s machine in turn four during Thursday’s first heat. “We actually didn’t have as much damage as we thought,” said Carrier’s father, Eddie Sr. The impact with Schlenk bent up the right-front suspension and nose on Carrier’s car and even ripped off its air cleaner, but his team had the car patched up enough to take a few B-main laps to accumulate some points and finished the repair job today. … Texan Chris Brown had to fix the right-front suspension and rear deck of his car after he slapped the wall between turns three and four while running in the top 10 of Thursday’s second feature. “I think the car was better than I was,” Brown quipped.

Pre-race notes

Hot laps are scheduled for 6 p.m., but because of extra track prep with rain earlier in the day, practice will likely be delayed at least a few minutes. … The official car count is 72 for the second consecutive night, it’ll actually be 71 cars because Duane Chamberlain of Richmond, Ind., has elected not to compete. Bothered by a neck injury that’s caused headaches the last few weeks, he’s going to get checked out again by a doctor after competing Friday night. … Matt Miller of Whitehouse, Ohio, isn’t in action after a hard turn-three crash in Thursday’s heats, while Tim Lance of Brimfield is a new entry. His No. 48 was hauled to Eldora by fellow Illinois driver Jason Feger.

Time trials

(Unoffical; better of two laps)
Driver (car no.), hometown, time

  1. Chris Madden (44), Gray Court, S.C., 16.208
  2. Don O’Neal (5) Martinsville, Ind., 16.266
  3. Brian Shirley (3s), Chatham, Ill., 16.356
  4. Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va., 16.371
  5. Brandon Overton (76), Appling, Ga., 16.379
  6. Gregg Satterlee (22), Indiana, Pa., 16.389
  7. Chris Brown (21B), Spring, Texas, 16.402
  8. Mike Marlar (157), Winfield, Tenn., 16.406
  9. Bobby Pierce (32), Oakwood, Ill., 16.443
  10. Jonathan Davenport (6), Blairsville, Ga., 16.452
  11. Billy Moyer (21), Batesville, Ark., 16.493
  12. Jared Landers (777), Batesville, Ark., 16.494
  13. Brandon Sheppard (B5), New Berlin, Ill., 16.495
  14. Wendell Wallace (6m), Batesville, Ark., 16.568
  15. Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn., 16.573
  16. Jon Henry (15), Ada, Ohio, 16.600
  17. Rodney Sanders (20), Happy, Texas, 16.605
  18. Jeep Van Wormer (55), Pinconning, Mich., 16.630
  19. Steve Casebolt (c9), Richmond, Ind., 16.639
  20. Jimmy Mars (28), Menomonie, Wis., 16.656
  21. Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill., 16.671
  22. Austin Smith (11a), Cedartown, Ga., 16.673
  23. Mason Zeigler (25z), Chalk Hill, Pa., 16.674
  24. Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn., 16.696
  25. Frank Heckenast Jr. (99jr), Frankfort, Ill., 16.701
  26. Chase Junghans (18), Manhattan, Kan., 16.719
  27. Jason Feger (25), Bloomington, Ill., 16.723
  28. Shannon Babb (18), Moweaqua, Ill., 16.731
  29. Shanon Buckingham (50), Morristown, Tenn., 16.738
  30. Ricky Thornton Jr. (33x), Chandler, Ariz., 16.739
  31. Casey Roberts (101), Toccoa, Ga., 16.783
  32. Jeff Babcock (7B), Wayne, Ohio, 16.792
  33. Devin Gilpin (1G), Columbus, Ind., 16.792
  34. Earl Pearson Jr. (1), Jacksonville, Fla., 16.792
  35. Michael Chilton (97), Salvisa, Ky., 16.794
  36. Kody Evans (4G), Camden, Ohio, 16.795
  37. Dale McDowell (17m), Chickamauga, Ga. , 16.807
  38. Devin Moran (99m), Dresden, Ohio, 16.811
  39. Darrell Lanigan (15), Union, Ky., 16.838
  40. Mike Mataragas (1m), Dekalb, Ill., 16.847
  41. Nick Latham (31), Winchester, Ohio, 16.874
  42. Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y., 16.881
  43. Steve Francis (15), Ashland, Ky., 16.898
  44. Robby Hensley (21H), Walton, Ky., 16.902
  45. Chris Ferguson (22), Mount Holly, N.C., 16.908
  46. Scott James (15), Bright, Ind., 16.944
  47. Terry Phillips (75), Springfield, Ill., 16.973
  48. Billy Moyer Jr. (21jr), Batesville, Ark., 16.979
  49. Chris Simpson (32), Oxford, Iowa, 16.983
  50. Kent Robinson (7r), Bloomington, Ind., 16.985
  51. Eddie Carrier Jr. (28), Salt Rock, W.Va., 16.995
  52. G.R. Smith (22*), Cornelius, N.C., 16.996
  53. T.J. Reaid (41), Acworth, Ga., 16.997
  54. Tim Manville (33), Highland, Ill., 17.010
  55. Tim Lance (48), Brimfield, Ill., 17.015
  56. Rusty Schlenk (11), McClure, Ohio, 17.018
  57. Jerry Bowersock (95j), Wapakoneta, Ohio, 17.142
  58. Doug Sanders (42), McAdenville, N.C., 17.145
  59. Mike Benedum (1B), Bristol, W.Va., 17.150
  60. Jason Jameson (12), Lawrenceburg, Ind., 17.168
  61. Tyler Bruening (16), Decorah, Iowa, 17.227
  62. Jay Johnson (93), West Burlington, Iowa, 17.268
  63. Shane Clanton (25), Zebulon, Ga., 17.276
  64. Jason Noll (51), Peoria, Ariz., 17.382
  65. Ryan King (1G), Seymour, Tenn., 17.384
  66. Gavin Landers (77), Batesville, Ark., 17.510
  67. Brian Ligon (4), Augusta, Ga., 17.549
  68. Dustin Nobbe (5N), Batesville, Ind., 17.562
  69. Charles LaPlant (3c), East Prairie, Mo., 17.697
  70. Bryant Dickinson (5*), Ionia, Mich., 18.789
  71. Duane Chamberlain (20c), Richmond, Ind., no time
  72. Austin Rettig (94), Sikeston, Mo., no time

Weekend points

Unofficial points through Thursday for Dream XXII presented by Ferris Mowers preliminaries that will set Saturday's heat lineups at Eldora Speedway; ties not in any particular order; points accrued from time trials (200 points to fast time, 198 for second, 196 for third, etc.), heat races (100, 97, 94, 92, etc.) and features (250, 246, 242, 238, etc.):
Driver (car no.), hometown - points

  1. Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va. - 537
  2. Billy Moyer (21), Batesville, Ark. - 535
  3. Brian Shirley (3s), Chatham, Ill. - 527
  4. Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y. - 524
  5. Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn. - 521
  6. Jon Henry (15), Ada, Ohio - 518
  7. Ricky Thornton Jr. (33x), Chandler, Ariz. - 518
  8. Jonathan Davenport (6), Blairsville, Ga. - 508
  9. Dale McDowell (17m), Chickamauga, Ga.  - 506
  10. Steve Francis (15), Ashland, Ky. - 492
  11. Mike Marlar (157), Winfield, Tenn. - 492
  12. Brandon Sheppard (B5), New Berlin, Ill. - 491
  13. Jeff Babcock (7B), Wayne, Ohio - 482
  14. Frank Heckenast Jr. (99jr), Frankfort, Ill. - 482
  15. Chris Simpson (32), Oxford, Iowa - 476
  16. Darrell Lanigan (15), Union, Ky. - 472
  17. Shane Clanton (25), Zebulon, Ga. - 472
  18. Chris Madden (44), Gray Court, S.C. - 468
  19. Terry Phillips (75), Springfield, Ill. - 455
  20. Michael Chilton (97), Salvisa, Ky. - 446
  21. Billy Moyer Jr. (21jr), Batesville, Ark. - 444
  22. Steve Casebolt (c9), Richmond, Ind. - 441
  23. Shannon Babb (18), Moweaqua, Ill. - 432
  24. Tyler Bruening (16), Decorah, Iowa - 430
  25. Robby Hensley (21H), Walton, Ky. - 430
  26. Jerry Bowersock (95j), Wapakoneta, Ohio - 428
  27. Devin Moran (99m), Dresden, Ohio - 420
  28. Jared Landers (777), Batesville, Ark. - 420
  29. Devin Gilpin (1G), Columbus, Ind. - 416
  30. Kent Robinson (7r), Bloomington, Ind. - 414
  31. Bobby Pierce (32), Oakwood, Ill. - 410
  32. Scott James (15), Bright, Ind. - 408
  33. Chase Junghans (18), Manhattan, Kan. - 406
  34. Wendell Wallace (6m), Batesville, Ark. - 402
  35. Eddie Carrier Jr. (28), Salt Rock, W.Va. - 400
  36. Brandon Overton (76), Appling, Ga. - 396
  37. Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill. - 394
  38. Tim Manville (33), Highland, Ill. - 392
  39. Shanon Buckingham (50), Morristown, Tenn. - 390
  40. Chris Brown (21B), Spring, Texas - 389
  41. Don O’Neal (5) Martinsville, Ind. - 388
  42. Matt Miller (3), Whitehouse, Ohio - 380
  43. Austin Smith (11a), Cedartown, Ga. - 368
  44. Duane Chamberlain (20c), Richmond, Ind. - 368
  45. Mike Benedum (1B), Bristol, W.Va. - 366
  46. Nick Latham (31), Winchester, Ohio - 362
  47. Kody Evans (4G), Camden, Ohio - 358
  48. Mason Zeigler (25z), Chalk Hill, Pa. - 358
  49. Dustin Nobbe (5N), Batesville, Ind. - 354
  50. Rusty Schlenk (11), McClure, Ohio - 354
  51. T.J. Reaid (41), Acworth, Ga. - 354
  52. Chris Ferguson (22), Mount Holly, N.C. - 352
  53. Ryan King (1G), Seymour, Tenn. - 344
  54. Earl Pearson Jr. (1), Jacksonville, Fla. - 344
  55. Casey Roberts (101), Toccoa, Ga. - 338
  56. Jason Feger (25), Bloomington, Ill. - 334
  57. Jason Jameson (12), Lawrenceburg, Ind. - 326
  58. Gregg Satterlee (22), Indiana, Pa. - 326
  59. Jeep Van Wormer (55), Pinconning, Mich. - 324
  60. Gavin Landers (77), Batesville, Ark. - 322
  61. Rodney Sanders (20), Happy, Texas - 320
  62. Jason Noll (51), Peoria, Ariz. - 318
  63. Mike Mataragas (1m), Dekalb, Ill. - 316
  64. Jay Johnson (93), West Burlington, Iowa - 312
  65. Jimmy Mars (28), Menomonie, Wis. - 310
  66. Austin Rettig (94), Sikeston, Mo. - 306
  67. Doug Sanders (42), McAdenville, N.C. - 300
  68. Brian Ligon (4), Augusta, Ga. - 298
  69. Charles LaPlant (3c), East Prairie, Mo. - 288
  70. Bryant Dickerson (5*), Ionia, Mich. - 258
  71. Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn. - 206
  72. G.R. Smith (22*), Cornelius, N.C. - 198

Friday’s schedule

11 a.m.: Grandstand cleared and secured for grand opening
Noon: All admission gates/suites/concessions open
Noon: Turn-three pit gate opens
Noon: Technical inspection for Late Models
5 p.m.: Drivers’ meeting
6 p.m.: Hot laps
8 p.m.: Racing begins
• Eight alternating odd-even heat races (10 laps; top five transfer)
• Odd consolation race (12 laps; top four transfers)
• Even consolation race (12 laps; top four transfers)
• Odd main event (25 laps)
• Even main event (25 laps)

Feature lineup

Row 1: Bloomquist, Satterlee
Row 2: O’Neal, Landers
Row 3: Henry, Thornton
Row 4: Babb, Davenport
Row 5: Pearson, Richards
Row 6: Smith, Babcock
Row 7: Carrier, Mars
Row 8: Phillips, McCreadie
Row 9: Francis, Jameson
Row 10: Wallace, Marlar
Row 11: Van Wormer, Schlenk
Row 12: Simpson, Junghans

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