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Johnny Gibson's World of Outlaws report.

World of Outlaws Husets Speedway July 6, 2004

Qualifying 1) Steve Kinser, Kinser 11, 10.833 2) Mark Kinser, Roth 83, 10.835 3) Paul McMahan, Helm 11H, 10.861 4) Joey Saldana, Woodward 2, 10.893 5) Craig Dollansky, Karavan 7, 10.970 6) Sammy Swindell, Vielhauer 12X, 11.028 7) Jason Meyers, Elite Racing Team 14, 11.037 8) Kraig Kinser, Kinser 11K, 11.045 9) Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, 11.048 10) Tim Kaeding, Roth 83JR, 11.102 11) Daryn Pittman, Woodburn 21, 11.103 12) Donny Schatz, Schatz 15, 11.105 13) Kerry Madsen, VerMeer 55, 11.121 14) Brooke Tatnell, Grandstaff 66, 11.123 15) Jac Haudenschild, Forbrook 5, 11.150 16) Terry McCarl, McCarl 24, 11.183 17) Erin Crocker, Woodring 16, 11.185 18) Tim St. Arnold, Kinnsey 8S, 11.185 19) Chad Meyer, Julius 1W, 11.212 20) Brandon Wimmer, Two Winners Racing 7TW, 11.215 21) Brian Paulus, Pender 28, 11.216 22) Clint Garner, Garner 40, 11.262 23) Jason Solwold, Carnahan R19, 11.262 24) Jason Sides, Sides Motorsports 7S, 11.265 25) Micah Schliemann, Schliemann 9, 11.271 26) Tim Shaffer, Parsons 6, 11.292 27) Lynton Jeffrey, Jeffrey 4K, 11.328 28) Travis Cram, Cram 92, 11.353 29) Gary DeWall, DeWall 16X, 11.375 30) John Lambertz, Lambertz 12, 11.399 31) Brian Carlson, SC Motorsports 18, 11.436 32) Mark Dobmeier, Dobmeier 13, 11.451 33) Jesse Gianetto, Dago Motorsports D1, 11.468 34) Larry Ball, Jr., McCarl 7X, 11.490 35) Robert Bell, Bell 71, 12.230 36) Chuck McGillivray, McGillivray 101, 12.260 37) Bob Bennett, ACME 3, 12.634

First Heat Race (10 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Jason Sides 2) Terry McCarl 3) Steve Kinser 4) Tim St. Arnold 5) Danny Lasoski 6) Kraig Kinser 7) Gary DeWall 8) Jesse Gianetto 9) Micah Schliemann 10) Bob Bennett

Second Heat Race (10 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Erin Crocker 2) Jac Haudenschild 3) Jason Solwold 4) Jason Meyers 5) Mark Kinser 6) Tim Kaeding 7) Tim Shaffer 8) Larry Ball, Jr. 9) John Lambertz

Third Heat Race (10 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Chad Meyer 2) Sammy Swindell 3) Brooke Tatnell 4) Paul McMahan 5) Daryn Pittman 6) Lynton Jeffrey 7) Robert Bell 8) Clint Garner 9) Brian Carlson

Fourth Heat Race (10 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)—1) Brian Paulus 2) Brandon Wimmer 3) Donny Schatz 4) Craig Dollansky 5) Kerry Madsen 6) Joey Saldana 7) Mark Dobmeier 8) Travis Cram 9) Chuck McGillivray

First Dash (7 laps, finishing order determined inside first 8 rows of A-feature)--1) Sammy Swindell 2) Danny Lasoski 3) Steve Kinser 4) Paul McMahan 5) Brooke Tatnell 6) Donny Schatz 7) Terry McCarl 8) Erin Crocker

Second Dash (7 laps, finishing order determined outside first 8 rows of A-feature)—1) Jason Meyers 2) Mark Kinser 3) Daryn Pittman 4) Craig Dollansky 5) Kerry Madsen 6) Jac Haudenschild 7) Chad Meyer 8) Tim St. Arnold

B-main (12 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)—1) Joey Saldana 2) Kraig Kinser 3) Tim Shaffer 4) Tim Kaeding 5) Lynton Jeffrey 6) Travis Cram 7) Gary DeWall 8) Micah Schliemann 9) Mark Dobmeier 10) John Lambertz 11) Jesse Gianetto 12) Brian Carlson 13) Larry Ball, Jr. 14) Bob Bennett 15) Robert Bell 16) Chuck McGillivray 17) Clint Garner (DNS)

A-main (35 laps)--1) Sammy Swindell 2) Jason Meyers 3) Danny Lasoski 4) Steve Kinser 5) Craig Dollansky 6) Brooke Tatnell 7) Daryn Pittman 8) Terry McCarl 9) Kerry Madsen 10) Erin Crocker 11) Kraig Kinser 12) Tim Shaffer 13) Tim Kaeding 14) Joey Saldana 15) Donny Schatz 16) Brandon Wimmer 17) Mark Kinser 18) Paul McMahan 19) Brian Paulus 20) Tim St. Arnold 21) Jac Haudenschild 22) Jason Sides 23) Chad Meyer 24) Jason Solwold

Lap leaders: Sammy Swindell 1-35


Daryn Pittman and Jason Sides changed engines after qualifying

Tim Kaeding was running 4th in heat race #2 when he spun in turn 4

Clint Garner was leading heat race #3 when he dropped out with mechanical problems. Garner was done for the night. Jac Haudenschild and Chad Meyer were racing for 6th in the second Dash when they got together in turn 2. Meyer spun and collected Tim St. Arnold. Neither driver was able to restart. A-main

Lap 1—Sammy Swindell got the jump off of turn 4 to take the lead Lap 2—Mark Kinser passed Danny Lasoski on the top in 3&4 to take 3rd

Lap 3—Danny Lasoski took 3rd back from Mark Kinser low in 3&4. With 3 laps complete, caution for a frontstretch tangle involving Jason Solwold, Brian Paulus, Tim Shaffer and Jason Sides. All but Solwold were able to restart.

Lap 7—Steve Kinser passed Mark Kinser for 4th low exiting turn 4. Craig Dollansky got 6th from Daryn Pittman low in 3&4

Lap 10—Traffic. Sammy Swindell’s lead 2 carlengths over Jason Meyers

Lap 23—Caution for Tim Kaeding, who stopped on the backstretch with a flat right rear tire. Under caution, Joey Saldana pitted with a flat right rear tire.

Lap 26—Traffic. Sammy Swindell’s lead 6 carlengths over Jason Meyers

Lap 28—Caution for Mark Kinser (5th at the time), who stopped on the backstretch with a flat right rear tire. Simultaneously, Paul McMahan stopped on the frontstretch with a flat right rear tire. Under caution, Donny Schatz (7th at the time) pitted to replace a flat right rear tire.

Lap 32—Caution for Chad Meyer, who slowed on the backstretch with a flat right rear tire. Under caution, Jac Haudenschild (7th at the time) pitted to replace a flat right rear tire.

Lap 35—As the leader exited turn 2, Brian Paulus stopped on the backstretch with a flat right rear tire. Green, White, Checkered restart.

Lap 35—Sammy Swindell won by a half straightaway. Lap


Sammy Swindell

“I was worried at the end with all the extra(caution) laps we ran. It didn’t used to be that all those guys that couldn’t make their tire go the full race could go in and change it. It just means more time it takes and more that we have to run around out there under caution. If these guys can’t figure it out, then they shouldn’t be allowed to come back out. Starting up front meant that we didn’t have to gamble with anything—it’s kind of tougher if you have to try to come from the back. We were 50 pounds over (the minimum weight requirement), but we shouldn’t have to worry about burning all that fuel. I had the car leaned way down under the cautions, and I had to keep riding to brake to keep from hitting the pace car. We just need to do something about letting these guys change tires when they can’t make it last the whole race. Some people may not like it, but that’s my opinion—there it is. We made some changes with some things and got it right tonight, and hopefully we’ll go out and win a few more now.” main page

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