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Haulmark All Star Sprint Results - East Bay Raceway Park - Thu. 2/13/03 By Andrew Barman GIBSONTON, FL - The All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Haulmark Trailers were once again ready to put the pedal to the metal at the East Bay Raceway Park for the 27th Annual Winter Nationals Thursday night. All 42 drivers returned to race track for a chance to win $4,000 in the 25-lap A-Main event. At the end of the night Danny Lasoski became the fifth different winner in five All Star races this season.

On the pole of the 25-lap A-Main was Greg Hodnett out of Memphis, Tennessee and on the outside front row was Fred Rahmer. When the green flew, Rahmer jumped out to the early lead with Terry McCarl and Greg Hodnett in tow. McCarl looked underneath the leader Rahmer on lap two and was able to get around him on the exit of turn two. The first yellow flag of the night came out for the 77 of Lance Dewease as he spun in the middle of turn one and two on lap five. McCarl jumped back out into the lead and was running away with the race. On lap 16, McCarl was in heavy lapped traffic and Lasoski, who was now in second, was closing in on McCarl for the lead. On lap 19, Lasoski got around the 24T of McCarl to take over the lead in turn two. Lapped traffic played a big part once again in the outcome of this race as Lasoski was able to pick up the second night feature win in the Home Depot, Tony Stewart owned number 20.

Lasoski said about his running down and passing McCarl on the inside in between turns one and two, "Terry was running a really good race, but sometimes it's better to be running second." Then he added, "Paul Kistler built this Mopar new for Volusia and we have been fine tuning it every race." The Dude has his motor home parked at Daytona and has been making the 30 minute airplane commute every day with Friday being his IROC race. Crew chief Jimmy Carr indicated he made no changes on the car all night long.

Second was Terry McCarl, third was Greg Hodnett, fourth Jeff Shepard, fifth was Tim Shaffer after starting 21st at the start of the race, sixth went to Craig Dollansky, seventh was Shane Stewart, eighth was Dean Jacobs, ninth was Chad Kemenah, and rounding out the top ten was Dale Blaney.

Runnerup McCarl was proud of the way his five-year old Wesmar engine with Brodix Spec Heads performed against these guys.

"I thought the Pennsylvania contingent was strong tonight, but we didn't come home with a win. Driving in so much traffic, those guys just ate me up. I could run the bottom except for turns three and four," third place Hodnett related.

"The Dude" Danny Lasoski picked up the Huggins Cams Fast Time Award with a time of 11.703. The Crown Battery heat race number 1 went to Brian Ellenberger, as Craig Dollansky picked up the B&B Products heat race number 2, Engler Machine & Tool heat race number 3 went to Jason Johnson in the HTI #22, and the TP Wings heat race number 4 saw "The Steel City Outlaw" Tim Shaffer picking up the win.

The United Aluminum Window Sales & Consulting B-Main went to last years series champion Chad Kemenah. "America's Series, the All Star Circuit of Champions" will present a slate of 80 sprint car race dates in 2003 from February to October in action at 31 speedways in 17 states. America's favorite dirt track series is in its' 23rd year and has presented fans with the largest average car count and greatest number of different race winners in the United States over the past two decades.

Huggins Cams Time Trials: 1. Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, 11.703; 2. Dean Jacobs, Pullins 29J, 11.715; 3. Lance Dewease, Hamilton 77, 11.726; 4. Kelly Kinser, Kinser 4K, 11.800; 5. Chad Kemenah, Harble 15K, 11.841; 6. Terry McCarl, McCarl 24T, 11.912; 7. Fred Rahmer, Harz 88H, 11.933; 8. Greg Hodnett, Apple 12, 11.947; 9. Shane Stewart, Min 4M, 11.963; 10. Craig Dollansky, Karavan 7, 11.996; 11. Mike Erdley, Lisi 11E, 12.046; 12. Ed Lynch, Jr., Lynch 2L, 12.066; 13. Jeff Shepard, Ashworth 92, 12.077; 14. Joey Saldana, Stauffer 2s, 12.089; 15. Jason Johnson, Harrison 22, 12.124; 16. Dale Blaney, Andrews 72B, 12.145; 17. Bill Rose, Rose 6R, 12.155; 18. Greg Wilson, Hampshire 63W, 12.195; 19. Curt Trainer, Trainer 36, 12.227; 20. Byron Reed, B&S 5R, 12.257; 21. Brian Ellenberger, Ellenberger 20E, 12.276; 22. Brian Brown, Parsons 6B, 12.358; 23. Billy Pauch, J&M 55, 12.361; 24. Tim Shaffer, Shaffer 45, 12.399; 25. Ryan Coniam, Coniam 6c, 12.409; 26. Paul McMahan, Miller 2, 12.413; 27. Ed Neumeister, Neumeister 11N, 12.454; 28. Craig Keel, Potroff 9, 12.487; 29. Mike Lutz , VanDusen 58, 12.579; 30. Raymond Hensley, Dorn 7D, 12.605; 31. Tom Busch, Busch 4B, 12.658; 32. Jimmy Hawley, Grove 70, 12.667; 33. Brian Paulus, P&P 28, 12.668; 34. Sport Allen, Webb 51, 12.675; 35. Hud Horton, Mossbarger 80, 12.839; 36. Josh Wells, Wells 6W, 12.957; 37. Kevin Frey, Kevlor 2K, 12.959; 38. David Waltman, Waltman 10w, 13.035; 39. Jason Johnson (WI), Johnson 44J, 13.206; 40. Larry LaPointe, LaPointe 88L, 13.684; 41. Johnny Johnson, Johnson 72J, 14.224; 42. Travis Mize, Horsepower 29M, NT.

Crown Battery Heat #1 (10 Laps): 1.Brian Ellenberger, 2.Jeff Shepard, 3.Danny Lasoski, 4.Bill Rose, 5.Shane Stewart, 6.Chad Kemenah, 7.Brian Paulus, 8.Ryan Coniam, 9.Johnny Johnson, 10.Kevin Frey, 11.Mike Lutz.

B&B Products Heat #2 (10 Laps): 1.Craig Dollansky, 2.Greg Wilson, 3.Joey Saldana, 4.Dean Jacobs, 5.Terry McCarl, 6.Brian Brown, 7.Paul McMahan, 8.Raymond Hensley, 9.Sport Allen, 10.David Waltman, 11.Travis Mize.

Engler Machine & Tool Heat #3 (10 Laps): 1.Jason Johnson (LA), 2.Lance Dewease, 3.Fred Rahmer, 4.Billy Pauch, 5.Curt Trainer, 6.Mike Erdley, 7.Tom Busch, 8.Ed Neumeister, 9.James "Hud" Horton, 10.Jason Johnson (WI).

TP Wings Heat #4 (10 Laps): 1.Tim Shaffer, 2.Greg Hodnett, 3.Dale Blaney, 4.Craig Keel, 5.Ed Lynch, Jr., 6.Josh Wells, 7.Jimmy Hawley, 8.Larry LaPointe, 9.Byron Reed, 10.Kelly Kinser. United Aluminum Windows Sales & Consulting

B-Main (15 Laps): 1.Chad Kemenah, 2.Brian Paulus, 3.Kelly Kinser, 4.Paul McMahan, 5.Raymond Hensley, 6.Sport Allen, 7.Mike Erdley, 8.Ryan Coniam, 9.Josh Wells, 10.James "Hud" Horton, 11.Jimmy Hawley, 12.Ed Neumeister, 13.David Waltman, 14.Tom Busch, 15.Mike Lutz, 16.Johnny Johnson, 17.Brian Brown, 18.Larry LaPointe, 19.Travis Mize, 20.Jason Johnson, 21.Byron Reed, 22.Kevin Frey (DNS).

Goodson Farms Strawberry Dash for Cash (6 Laps): 1.Raymond Hensley, 2.Daivd Waltman, 3.Brian Brown, 4.Jason Johnson, 5.Ryan Coniam, 6.Travis Mize.

Haulmark A-Main (25 Laps): 1.Danny Lasoski, 2.Terry McCarl, 3.Greg Hodnett, 4. Jeff Shepard, 5.Tim Shaffer, 6.Craig Dollansky, 7.Shane Stewart, 8.Dean Jacobs, 9.Chad Kemenah, 10.Dale Blaney, 11.Brian Paulus, 12.Joey Saldana, 13.Paul McMahan, 14.Jason Johnson, 15.Ed Lynch, Jr., 16.Craig Keel, 17.Bill Rose, 18.Greg Wilson, 19.Brian Ellenberger, 20.Fred Rahmer, 21.Curt Trainer, 22.Lance Dewease, 23.Kelly Kinser, 24.Billy Pauch.

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