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September 8
Eldora Speedway,
Rossburg, OH
Sanction: UMP DIRTcar special events (non-touring) (World 100 Friday even prelim) - $10,000
Information provided by: Kevin Kovac, Robert Holman and Alli Collis (last updated September 9, 7:48 am)
Lanigan rolls to second World prelim in a row
World 100 Friday even prelim
  1. Darrell Lanigan
  2. Jimmy Owens
  3. Josh Richards
  4. Hudson O'Neal
  5. Bobby Pierce
  6. Jon Henry
  7. Scott Bloomquist
  8. Frank Heckenast Jr.
  9. Jeep Van Wormer
  10. Zack Dohm
  11. Chris Simpson
  12. Jimmy Mars
  13. Casey Roberts
  14. Brian Shirley
  15. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  16. Shannon Babb
  17. Jason Feger
  18. Brandon Kinzer
  19. Tony Jackson Jr.
  20. Brent Larson
  21. Dustin Nobbe
  22. Michael Norris
  23. Steve Francis
  24. Ryan King
presented by
Heath Lawson/heathlawsonphotos.com
Darrell Lanigan hoisted a $10,000 check for the second straight night.
What won the race: Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., overtook Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., on lap 18 and then held off Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., to win his second World 100 preliminary feature in as many nights. Lanigan topped Owens by .659 seconds, while Richards settled for third.
Key notes: The sport's most prestigious Dirt Late Model weekend can be seen on live pay-per-view at DirtonDirt.com. ... World 100 entries are split between odd-even qualifiers Friday with two complete race programs (Darrell Lanigan and Brandon Overton won $10,000 Thursday prelims). ... All four preliminary features pay $10,000-to-win. ... Points accrued Thursday and Friday set Saturday's heat race lineups. ... The weekend's Shane Unger Rookie of the Race awards pay out $5,000 in posted awards for drivers entering the event for the first time.
On the move: Frank Heckenast Jr. of Frankfort, Ill., finished eighth after starting 21st.
Winner's sponsors: Lanigan’s Clint Bowyer Racing Club 29 Race Car is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by iRacing.com, Peak Antifreeze and Coolant and Cometic Gaskets.
Car count: 105
Fast qualifier: Jonathan Davenport
Time: 15.222 seconds
Polesitter: Josh Richards
Heat race winners: Jeep Van Wormer, Jimmy Owens, Hudson O'Neal, Dustin Nobbe, Josh Richards
Consolation race winners: Frank Heckenast Jr., Zack Dohm
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
From staff reports

ROSSBURG, Ohio — If Darrell Lanigan needed anything Friday night, perhaps it was a broom. Lanigan of Union, Ky., completed a sweep of Friday’s 47th annual World 100 preliminary action, putting his Clint Bowyer Racing Club 29 Race Cars ride in victory lane, duplicating the feat of teammate Don O’Neal.

“That’s awesome,” Lanigan said. “Both cars winning both features, you can’t get much better than that. I’m sure Clint’s back there in Richmond smiling ear-to-ear.”

While the CBR teammates swept the night’s 25-lap features to earn $10,000 apiece, Lanigan did some housecleaning of a personal note as well, as he completed a sweep of both Thursday and Friday features. Lanigan finished ahead of Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., and Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va. Hudson O’Neal of Martinsville, Ind., finished fourth, while defending World 100 winner Bobby Pierce of Oakwood, Ill., completed the top five after improving five spots from 10th.

For the second night in a row, Lanigan patiently watched as another driver darted into the lead and set a blistering pace early. And for the second  night in a row, Lanigan methodically gave chase. From the pole, Richards paced the first 17 circuits before Lanigan drove by him on the frontstretch to lead lap 18. After running third early, the sixth-starting Lanigan moved by Hudson O’Neal for second on lap 10 and then chased Richards for seven laps.

“This hot rod’s been awesome this weekend,” Lanigan said. “I just kind of waited, bided my time a little bit, let Josh (Richards) get a little loose there on the long run. Man, this thing was good on the long run. This thing’s been really good right through the middle. The longer you run, the better it gets. I can’t wait ’til tomorrow night to see what we’ve got.”

With his second straight victory, Lanigan became the top point getter through two days of preliminary races, which included 20 heat races and four 25-lap features. As the driver with the highest point total, he’s one of two guaranteed a starting spot in Saturday’s World 100. He also had the privilege of spinning the wheel to determine the inversion for Saturday’s heat races. Lanigan spun a zero, which means there will be no inversion and he’ll start on the pole of one of the six heats.

It was welcome news for both Lanigan and his teammate.

“I think this is the best piece we’ve brought up here so far,” Lanigan said. “I think we’ve got a good chance (Saturday).”

Fourth-starting Owens was able to get by Richards for second on lap 21 and trailed Lanigan at the finish by a scant .659 seconds.

“We had a good car there and I was going to try to make up a lot of ground there in one and two,” Owens said. “But when I did,the car pushed a little bit. I thought, ‘Well, maybe he’ll slip a little bit in three and four.’ But he didn’t. This car has been pretty tough all weekend and tonight we definitely had a really good car.”

Richards, who was fourth in the overall preliminary points entering Friday, put together another solid Eldora finish, even if though wasn’t able to pick up a victory.

“We’ll take it,” Richards said. “We got behind in qualifying a little bit tonight, but I guess it put us on the pole of the heat and got up through there. We made a bunch of changes for the feature, just kind of wanted to see what it felt like. It actually felt really good, we just needed to snug up just a little bit. I kept getting a little free off of four and it was costing me some time. I think we’ll have a pretty good piece for tomorrow."

Even feature lineup

Row 1: Josh Richards, Dustin Nobbe
Row 2: Hudson O’Neal, Jimmy Owens
Row 3: Jeep Van Wormer, Darrell Lanigan
Row 4: Brian Shirley, Brandon Kinzer
Row 5: Shannon Babb, Bobby Pierce
Row 6: Casey Roberts, Jon Henry
Row 7: Ryan King, Mike Norris
Row 8: Eddie Carrier Jr., Scott Bloomquist
Row 9: Jason Feger, Tony Jackson Jr.
Row 10: Jimmy Mars, Steve Francis
Row 11: Frank Heckenast Jr., Zach Dohm
Row 12: Chris Simpson, Brent Larson

Even consolation results

Second consolation finish (top two transfer): Zack Dohm, Brent Larson, Nick Hoffman, Donald McIntosh, Tim Manville, Mike Mataragas, Riley Hickman, Steve Roberts, Joey Coulter, Nick Latham, Jerry Bowersock, Bob Gardner, Jeff Alsip, Jonny Huck, Chris Barton, Doug Hammer.

First consolation finish (top two transfer): Frank Heckenast Jr., Chris Simpson, Dennis Erb Jr., Brandon Overton, Billy Moyer Jr., Curtis Roberts, Dustin Mitchell, Andrew Reaume, Vic Hill, Chad Stapleton, Shannon Thornsberry, Steve Lance, Chase Porter; Scratched: Walker Arthur.

Even consolation lineups

(12 laps; top two transfer)
First consolation
Row 1: Frank Heckenast Jr., Chris Simpson
Row 2: Dennis Erb Jr., Shannon Thornsberry
Row 3: Billy Moyer Jr., Brandon Overton
Row 4: Vic Hill, Curtis Roberts
Row 5: Dustin Mitchell, Chad Stapleton
Row 6: Lance Elson, Andrew Reaume
Row 7: Don Hammer, Steve Lance
Row 8: Chase Porter, Walker Arthur
Second consolation
Row 1: Zach Dohm, Donald McIntosh
Row 2: Steven Roberts, Brent Larson
Row 3: Tim Manville, Riley Hickman
Row 4: Mike Matagaras, Nick Hoffman
Row 5: Joey Coulter, Jerry Bowersock
Row 6: Nick Latham, Jonny Huck
Row 7: Bob Gardner, Chris Barton
Row 8: Doug Hammer, Jeff Alsip

Even heat notes

Jeep Van Wormer wore a big smile after capturing the first heat. He not only praised his brand-new XR1 Rocket by BruceBilt but also the Eldora track crew. “That was great,” he said. “These guys worked so hard to get the track ready for us.” … Bob Gardner brought out a caution in the first heat because his car’s water pump broke and shoved the fan into the radiator. … Scott Bloomquist held on to finish fourth in Heat 1 despite having his belch a large puff of smoke entering turn one on the final lap. He reported that the fan belt came off and knocked the radiator hose loose; his engine builder, Andy Durham, was on the scene after the heat checking for any damage to the powerplant. … Jimmy Owens was another driver who understood that the rain made his pole starting spot in Heat 2 even more important than usual. “This rain’s definitely changed the game,” he said after winning the prelim. “We got a good invert and everything and we were able to capitalize.” … Hudson O’Neal, who turned 17 on Sept. 5, calmly described how he pulled off an opening-lap slider to vault from fourth to first en route to winning the third heat: “I was just lucky enough to get the jump I did and get myself in the position I needed to be on the frontstretch.” … Dustin Nobbe, a UMP DIRTcar Summernationals rookie this season, ran away with the fourth heat, beating Shannon Babb by 2.825 seconds. “The car’s really good right now so hopefully we can keep it up for the feature,” said Nobbe, who will start on the outside pole in 25-lap feature. … Josh Richards said his Best Performance was “wasn’t as balanced as I want it to be,” but it was good enough for him to survive a green-white-checkered restart and lead every lap of Heat 5. “I knew Eddie (Carrier Jr.) was gonna be really good (on the restart) so I knew I had to get a good jump,” commented Richards, who did get away from Carrier when the green flag flew.

Fifth heat

Josh Richards survived a two-lap dash to the finish to win the final heat of the night. Richards had a huge lead disappear when the lone caution appeared on the white flag lap. The caution waved for Doug Hammer, who slapped the turn four wall, just as Richards reached the finish line on the final lap. Richards got the jump on Eddie Carrier Jr. on the restart and held it to the finish. Carrier slid up the hill on the restart and opened the door for Bobby Pierce, who darted through the take second. Carrier held on to third, while Steve Francis took fourth as Curtis Roberts was shuffled back out of the transfer spot.

Finish (top four transfer): Josh Richards, Bobby Pierce, Eddie Carrier Jr., Steve Francis, Dennis Erb Jr., Tim Manville, Curtis Roberts, Jerry Bowersock, Don Hammer, Doug Hammer.

Fourth heat

Dustin Nobbe of Batesville, Ind., dominated the fourth heat from the pole. Streaking out to a three-second advantage, Nobbe’s only scare came with three laps remaining when he had to dodge the car of Chase Porter, who got out of shape in turn four. Shannon Babb started second and finished second, while Mike Norris used a huge slider to grab third from Jimmy Mars. Mars finished fourth in the caution-free 10-lapper.

Finish (top four transfer): Dustin Nobbe, Shannon Babb, Mike Norris, Jimmy Mars, Donald McIntosh, Billy Moyer Jr., Mike Matagaras, Chad Stapleton, Johnny Huck, Chase Porter.

Third heat

Diving to the inside of polesitter Tony Jackson Jr. as they entered turn one of the first lap, fourth-starting Hudson O’Neal grabbed the lead and never trailed. O’Neal ran away from runner up Brandon Kinzer, winning buy 3.041 seconds. Behind the top two, Ryan King  and Jackson Jr. held on depite a wooly battled for the final two transfer spots. Jackson Jr. was under fire from the opening green, but staved off a charge from Brent Larson to pick up a transfer spot in his first Eldora preliminary feature. Chris Simpson slipped by Larson on the final lap to finish fifth. Chris Barton spun to bring out the first caution on lap four.

Finish (top four transfer): Hudson O’Neal, Brandon Kinzer, Ryan King, Tony Jackson Jr., Chris Simpson, Brent Larson, Vic Hill, Joey Coulter, Andrew Reaume, Chris Barton.

Second heat

Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., led all 10 circuits unchallenged to win the second heat. Brian Shirley finished second, 2.05 seconds behind Owens. Fifth-starting Jon Henry improved two spots to claim the third spot, while Jason Feger nipped Zach Dohm at the line to grab the final transfer spot. The race was slowed by one caution for Jeff Alsip who spun in turn two. Riley Hickman ran in the final transfer spot for the first half of the race but lost three positions on the mid-race restart and stumbled back to seventh.

Finish (top four transfer): Jimmy Owens, Brian Shirley, Jon Henry, Jason Feger, Zach Dohm, Shannon Thornsberry, Riley Hickman, Dustin Mitchell, Nick Latham, Steve Lance, Jeff Alsip.

First heat

Taking advantage of a fortuitous caution flag on lap three, polesitter Jeep Van Wormer of Pinconning, Mich., won the first heat. Van Wormer led Casey Roberts from the start, but gave up the lead briefly. Roberts passed VanWormer in turn one when the leader jumped the cushion, but a caution for a slowing Bob Gardner negated the pass and restored Van Wormer to the front of the field for the restart. VanWormer won ahead of Darrell Lanigan, Roberts and Scott Bloomquist. Bloomquist, who ran fourth throughout, had a huge puff of smoke bellow from his car in turn one on the final lap, but held off Frank Heckenast Jr. for the final transfer spot.

Finish (top four transfer): Jeep Van Wormer, Darrell Lanigan, Casey Roberts, Scott Bloomquist, Frank Heckenast Jr., Steven Roberts, Brandon Overton, Nick Hoffman, Lance Elson, Bob Gardner; Scratched, Walker Arthur.

Rain delay

Unexpected sprinkles that turned into a rain shower hit the track shortly after time trials about 8:30 or so. Rain fell steadily nearly 30 minutes before relenting; pack trucks were working the wet surface track by 9 p.m.

Even heat lineups

(10 laps; top four transfer)
First heat
Row 1: Jeep VanWormer, Casey Roberts
Row 2: Scott Bloomquist, Darrell Lanigan
Row 3: Frank Heckenast Jr., Steven Roberts
Row 4: Nick Hoffman, Bob Gardner
Row 5: Brandon Overton, Lance Elson
Row 6: Walker Arthur
Second heat
Row 1: Jimmy Owens, Brian Shirley
Row 2: Jason Feger, Riley Hickman
Row 3: Jon Henry, Shannon, Thornsberry
Row 4: Zack Dohm, Steve Lance
Row 5: Dustin Mitchell, Jeff Alsip
Row 6: Nick Latham
Third heat
Row 1: Tony Jackson Jr., Brandon Kinzer
Row 2: Ryan King, Hudson O’Neal
Row 3: Andrew Reaume, Chris Simpson
Row 4: Chris Barton, Joey Coulter
Row 5: Brent Larson, Vic Hill
Fourth heat
Row 1: Dustin Nobbe, Shannon Babb
Row 2: Jimmy Mars, Mike Norris
Row 3: Donald McIntosh, Mike Mataragas
Row 4: Billy Moyer Jr., Chad Stapleton
Row 5: Jonny Huck, Chase Porter
Fifth heat
Row 1: Josh Richards, Tim Manville
Row 2: Eddie Carrier Jr., Bobby Pierce
Row 3: Curtis Roberts, Steve Francis
Row 4: Jerry Bowersock, Dennis Erb Jr.
Row 5: Don Hammer, Doug Hammer

Qualifying

Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., was quickest in the 105-car qualifying session, turning a lap of 15.222 seconds in his G.R. Smith-owned XR1 Rocket.

When Davenport stood on the stage prior to opening ceremonies to accept his fast-time honors, he looked up and mentioned the light rain that had begun moments earlier.

“We’ve got a little ‘traction’ falling from the sky so the first heat might be a slippery one,” said Davenport, who will start fourth in the opening prelim.

Among the drivers who slapped Eldora’s treacherous outside wall during time trials was Thursday-night feature winner Brandon Overton, who limped into the pit area with deck and right-front suspension damage after sliding into the concrete in turn one.

Other wall-bangers included Devin Moran (pancaked the right side), Joey Coulter and Nick Latham, who slammed the turn-one guardrail driving his backup car after his primary machine was sidelined by engine trouble on Thursday.

Five drivers — Josh Richards, Jason Jameson, Michael Page, Casey Roberts and Vic Hill — received penalties for taking an extra circuit during hot laps that required them to use the slower of their two qualifying times. Richards took a big hit as a result, dropping from ninth in the final qualifying order to 40th.

Pre-race notes

Friday began with overcast skies and some light drizzle in areas around Eldora Speedway, but the conditions have turned partly sunny with the temperature nearing 70 as the day has gone on to usher in a comfortable evening. … Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, Ga., had his new Sweet-Bloomquist car — a machine he debuted with a runner-up finish in Sunday night’s ALMS-sanctioned Baltes Classic at Eldora — sidelined by right-side frame damage it sustained when he couldn’t avoid a lapped car that came off the wall in front of him as he led a Thursday-night heat. He is now driving the vehicle he ran to a sixth-place finish in June’s Dream. … Steve Francis of Bowling Green, Ky., is sporting a bandage above his right eye after suffering a cut earlier this afternoon while working on his car’s lower control arm. He had a rod slip and hit him with enough force, he said, “to almost knock me out,” but he was able to stop the bleeding without needing stitches. … Chris Ferguson of Mount Holly, N.C., had to repair the rear deck and some suspension pieces after being involved in a feature accident, but he’s upbeat nonetheless. “I’m not at the stage I was in June (during the Dream) yet — I don’t want to go home,” he said. “We’re light years ahead of where we were here in June.” … Eddie Carrier Jr. of Salt Rock, W.Va., said he fell from a pole position start to a 10th-place finish in Thursday night’s first feature because he car was just “too tight” right from the initial green flag. … Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Ga., knocked himself from contention for a transfer spot in a Thursday heat after slapping the outside, damaging the deck and a lower control arm on his Blount Motorsports machine. “The car was awesome,” he said. “But to be fast here you gotta be close to over your head — and unfortunately, I went over my head.” … Jared Miley of Pittsburgh, Pa., ended the first night of action atop the Shane Unger Memorial Rookie of the Race standings with 856 points, leading Brent Larson of Lake Elmo, Minn. (812) and Tony Jackson Jr. of Lebanon, Mo. (808). … During Friday night’s drivers’ meeting Eldora’s Larry Boos reiterated that no wheel covers or mud plugs are allowed on the left side of cars. The rule led to the disqualification from a heat transfer spot of Mosheim, Tenn.’s Vic Hill; officials were informed that Hill had a wheel cover on his machine and checked video of his heat to confirm the fact. … Tanner English of Benton, Ky., had his second career start at Eldora come to an early end due to terminal engine trouble on Thursday.

Time trial order

Driver (car no.), hometown, time
Jonathan Davenport (49), Blairsville, Ga., 15.222
Darrell Lanigan (14), Union, Ky., 15.364
Brandon Sheppard (1), New Berlin, Ill., 15.374
Riley Hickman (R1), Ooltewah, Tenn., 15.383
Mike Marlar (157), Winfield, Tenn., 15.394
Hudson O’Neal (71), Martinsville, Ind., 15.424
Billy Moyer (21), Batesville, Ark., 15.43
Mike Norris (72), Uniontown, Pa., 15.45
Don O’Neal (5), Martinsville, Ind., 15.472
Bobby Pierce (32), Oakwood, Ill., 15.486
Chris Madden (44), Gray Court, S.C., 15.502
Dustin Mitchell (89), Pine Level, N.C., 15.524
Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn., 15.53
Gregg Satterlee (22), Indiana, Pa., 15.544
Jason Feger (25), Bloomington, Ill., 15.571
Connor Meade (00), Clay City, Ky., 15.575
Ryan King (1G), Seymour, Tenn., 15.608
Earl Pearson Jr. (1), Jacksonville, Fla., 15.61
Jimmy Mars (28), Menomonie, Wis., 15.617
Chase Junghans (18), Manhattan, Kan., 15.633
Eddie Carrier Jr. (10), Salt Rock, W.Va., 15.637
Kent Robinson (7R), Bloomington, Ind., 15.644
Brian Shirley (3S), Chatham, Ill., 15.651
Jeff Babcock (7B), Wayne, Ohio, 15.655
Brandon Kinzer (18), Allen, Ky., 15.671
Chris Ferguson (22), Mount Holly, N.C., 15.675
Shannon Babb (18), Moweaqua, Ill., 15.678
Jacob Hawkins (20), Fairmont. W.Va., 15.683
Timothy Culp (C8), Prattsville, Ark., 15.69
Tim Manville (33), Highland, Ill., 15.695
Scott James (83), Bright, Ind., 15.712
Jeep Van Wormer (55), Pinconning, Mich., 15.736
Shane Clanton (25), Zebulon, Ga., 15.737
Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn., 15.74
Jared Miley (H1), South Park, Pa., 15.748
Tony Jackson Jr. (56), Lebanon, Mo., 15.749
Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y., 15.757
Dustin Nobbe (5N), Batesville, Ark., 15.761
Kyle Bronson (40B), Brandon, Fla., 15.771
Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va., 15.781*
Dale McDowell (17m), Chickamauga, Ga., 15.791
Frank Heckenast Jr. (99jr), Frankfort, Ill., 15.793
Casey Roberts (101), Toccoa, Ga., 15.794 *
Adam Bowman (77), Seymour, Ind., 15.8
Jon Henry (15), Ada, Ohio, 15.805
Cody Mahoney (4), Hanover, Ind., 15.806
Andrew Reaume (88), Blenheim, Ontario, 15.814
Steve Casebolt (C9), Richmond, Ind., 15.829
Donald McIntosh (7), Dawsonville, Ga., 15.863
Shanon Buckingham (50), Morristown, Tenn., 15.865
Curtis Roberts (9R), Coleman, Mich., 15.873
Mason Zeigler (25z), Chalk Hill, Pa., 15.883
Steve Roberts (111), Jesup, Ga., 15.888
Devin Moran (9), Dresden, Ohio, 15.891
Shannon Thornsberry (17), Martin, Ky., 15.899
Raymond Merrill (12M), Sallisaw, Okla., 15.901
Chris Simpson (32), Oxford, Iowa, 15.905
Doug Drown (240), Wooster, Ohio, 15.932
Mike Mataragas (1m), DeKalb, Ill., 15.935
Tim Lance (48), Brimfield, Ill., 15.939
Steve Francis (15), Bowling Green, Ky., 15.957
Mark Whitener (C02), Middleburg, Fla., 15.989
Nick Hoffman (2), Mooresville, N.C., 16.002
Gordy Gundaker (11), St. Charles, Mo., 16.034
Zack Dohm (17), Cross Lanes, W.Va., 16.042
Jesse Lay (33), Walton, Ky., 16.044
Chicky Barton (114), Middlesboro, Ky., 16.055
Duane Chamberlain (20C), Richmond, Ind., 16.119
Billy Moyer Jr. (21), Batesville, Ark., 16.125
James Rice (11r), Verona, Ky., 16.137
Jerry Bowersock (95J), Wapakoneta, Ohio, 16.15
Jackie Boggs (4B), Grayson, Ky., 16.168
Nick Latham (31), Winchester, Ohio, 16.187
Bob Gardner (4G), East Peoria, Ill., 16.245
Travis Stemler (2TS), Ionia, Mich., 16.262
Casey Noonan (1N), Sylvania, Ohio, 16.307
Steve Lance (48L), Cuba, Ill., 16.307
Joey Coulter (2), Concord, N.C., 16.328
Joey Moriarty (51), Peoria, Ariz., 16.358
Rob Toland (39), Davenport, Iowa, 16.428
Chad Stapleton (32), Edinburgh, Ind., 16.428
Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill., 16.44
Michael Page (18), Douglasville, Ga., 16.456*
Brandon Overton (116), Evans, Ga., 16.46
Jay Johnson (93), West Burlington, Iowa, 16.504
Paul Stubber (31AUS), Bunbury, W. Australia, 16.531
Brent Larson (B1), Lake Elmo, Minn., 16.541
Jeremiah Hurst (58), Dubuque, Iowa, 16.581
Jon Hodgkiss (69), Kennedy, Pa., 16.584
Bryant Dickinson (79), Ionia, Mich., 16.586
Don Hammer (45H), Clinton, Ill., 16.618
Jason Jameson (12), Lawrenceburg, Ind., 16.72*
Lance Elson (17E), Wellsburg, W.Va., 16.802
Blake Spencer (6S), St. Augustine, Fla., 16.807
Jeff Alsip (128), Independence, Ky., 16.817
Brett Miller (97M), Greeneville, Tenn., 16.822
Vic Hill (1), Mosheim, Tenn., 16.827*
Michael Chilton (97), Salvisa, Ky., 16.859
Chase Porter (34), DuQuoin, Ill., 17.164
Troy Worrick (79), Marion, Ind., 17.199
Doug Hammer (45DH), Clinton, Ill., 17.382
Nicholas Fenner (22F), Morenci, Mich., 18.271
Tanner English (96), Benton, Ky., no time
Walker Arthur (87), Forest, Va., no time
Drake Meeks (28X), Parkersburg, W.Va., no time
*Drivers required to use the slower of two qualifying laps because they took an extra circuit in hot laps.

Accrued World 100 weekend points

(Through Thursday’s event; points Thursday and Friday points set Saturday’s heat lineups)

  1. Darrell Lanigan - 992
  2. Mike Marlar - 985
  3. Don O'Neal - 979
  4. Josh Richards - 974
  5. Chris Madden - 974
  6. Jonathan Davenport - 964
  7. Tim McCreadie - 954
  8. Billy Moyer - 953
  9. Jimmy Mars - 948
  10. Shane Clanton - 944
  11. Bobby Pierce - 944
  12. Brandon Overton - 942
  13. Zack Dohm - 936
  14. Earl Pearson Jr. - 934
  15. Hudson O'Neal - 932
  16. Jimmy Owens - 930
  17. Eddie Carrier Jr. - 928
  18. Devin Moran - 926
  19. Steve Casebolt - 907
  20. Jacob Hawkins - 906
  21. Jon Henry - 901
  22. Dustin Nobbe - 896
  23. Scott James - 896
  24. Mike Norris - 894
  25. Frank Heckenast Jr. - 891
  26. Chris Simpson - 890
  27. Shannon Babb - 889
  28. Brandon Kinzer - 886
  29. Chris Ferguson - 875
  30. Jason Feger - 872
  31. Brandon Sheppard - 870
  32. Jason Jameson - 870
  33. Jared Miley - 856
  34. Timothy Culp - 852
  35. Kent Robinson - 850
  36. Brian Shirley - 849
  37. Gregg Satterlee - 848
  38. Jackie Boggs - 843
  39. Jeep VanWormer - 842
  40. Riley Hickman - 840
  41. Mason Zeigler - 840
  42. Cody Mahoney - 834
  43. Michael Page - 834
  44. Billy Moyer Jr. - 822
  45. Andrew Reaume - 820
  46. Dale McDowell - 814
  47. Brent Larson - 812
  48. Tony Jackson Jr - 808
  49. Jeff Babcock - 808
  50. James Rice - 792
  51. Casey Roberts - 782
  52. Curtis Roberts - 780
  53. Mike Mataragas - 778
  54. Doug Drown - 776
  55. Gordy Gundaker - 776
  56. Tim Lance - 774
  57. Nick Latham - 766
  58. Ryan King - 762
  59. Dennis Erb Jr. - 760
  60. Steve Lance - 754
  61. Tim Manville - 750
  62. Vic Hill - 746
  63. Connor Meade - 742
  64. Chase Junghans - 742
  65. Nick Hoffman - 738
  66. Travis Stemler - 736
  67. Adam Bowman - 734
  68. Jerry Bowersock - 730
  69. Mark Whitener - 728
  70. Raymond Merrill - 726
  71. Jeremiah Hurst - 726
  72. Shannon Thornsberry - 724
  73. Walker Arthur - 724
  74. Casey Noonan - 724
  75. Jay Johnson - 722
  76. Duane Chamberlain - 720
  77. Chad Stapleton - 712
  78. Kyle Bronson - 710
  79. Steven Roberts - 706
  80. Joey Coulter - 704
  81. Shanon Buckingham - 704
  82. Jesse James Lay - 698
  83. Steve Francis - 696
  84. Joey Moriarty - 684
  85. Lance Elson - 682
  86. Dustin Mitchell - 678
  87. Paul Stubber - 678
  88. Blake Spencer - 672
  89. Jeff Alsip - 666
  90. Brett Miller - 666
  91. Rob Toland - 662
  92. Don Hammer - 660
  93. Bryant Dickinson - 658
  94. Jonny Huck - 656
  95. Chase Porter - 656
  96. Bob Gardner - 648
  97. Nicholas Fenner - 646
  98. Scott Bloomquist - 642
  99. Chris Barton - 638
  100. Michael Chilton - 452
  101. Donald McIntosh - 420
  102. Tanner English - 304
  103. Troy Worrick - 288
  104. Drake Meeks - 276

Shane Unger Rookies of the Race standings

(Through Thursday's events)

  1. Jared Miley - 856 ($500)
  2. Brent Larson - 812 ($300)
  3. Tony Jackson Jr. - 808 ($200)
  4. Connor Meade - 742
  5. Travis Stemler - 736
  6. Raymond Merrill - 726
  7. Jeremiah Hurst - 726
  8. Lance Elson - 682
  9. Dustin Mitchell - 678
  10. Jeff Alsip - 666
  11. Brett Miller - 666
  12. Nicholas Fenner - 646
  13. Chicky Barton - 638
  14. Byron Meeks - 276

Friday's race schedule

6 p.m. - Hot laps by qualifying group
6:30 p.m. - Time trials
7:55 p.m. - Invocation and national anthem
8 p.m. - Racing begins
- Five odd/even heat races (10 laps; alternating odd/even with top four transferring to main event)
- Two odd/even consolation races (12 laps; two drivers apiece from each consy transfer to main event)
- Odd feature race (25 laps; heat race winners inverted)
- Even feature race (25 laps; heat race winners inverted)

Friday's track schedule

6 a.m.-6 p.m.: Showers open (front of Lot 2)
7-11 a.m.: Breakfast at turn four concessions
10 a.m. Main gate ticket office opens (tickets, pit passes and will call)
10 a.m.-8 p.m.: Turn-three race registration opens (pit passes and media credential sign-in)
10 a.m.: Turn-four ticket office opens (tickets and pit passes)
10 a.m.: All ADA parking opens (permit required)
11 a.m.: Grandstand cleared and secured for grand opening
Noon: All admission gates/suites/concessions open
Noon: Turn-three pit gate opens
Noon-4:30 p.m.: Technical inspection for Late Models
1 p.m.: Cornhole tournament (in barn)
5 p.m.: Drivers’ meeting
6 p.m.: Hot laps
8 p.m.: Racing begins

Even feature lineup

Row 1: Richards, Nobbe
Row 2: H. O'Neal, Owens
Row 3: Van Wormer, Lanigan
Row 4: Shirley, Kinzer
Row 5: Babb, Pierce
Row 6: C. Roberts, Feger
Row 7: King, Norris
Row 8: Carrier Jr., Bloomquist
Row 9: Dohm, Jackson Jr.
Row 10: Mars, Francis
Row 11: Heckenast Jr., Dohm
Row 12: Simpson, Larson

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