World of Outlaws
Williams Grove
July 23, 2004

1) Todd Hestor, Middlesworth 7M, 16.649 2) Doug Esh, Leach Bros. 30, 16.683 3) Kenny Jacobs, Kline 22, 16.685 4) Fred Rahmer, Harz 88H, 16.746 5) Sammy Swindell, Vielhauer 12X, 16.763 6) Lucas Wolfe, Allebach 5W, 16.772 7) Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, 16.776 8) Don Kreitz, Jr., Kreitz 69K, 16.782 9) Joey Saldana, Woodward 2, 16.785 10) Lance Dewease, Hamilton 77, 16.785 11) Greg Hodnett, Apple 12, 16.796 12) Mark Kinser, Roth 83, 16.807 13) Kraig Kinser, Kinser 11K, 16.819 14) Craig Keel, Pottorff 9, 16.828 15) Mike Wagner, Wagner 55, 16.836 16) Mike Erdley, Lisi 11E, 16.856 17) Brooke Weibley, Shellada 32, 16.880 18) Craig Dollansky, Karavan 7, 16.888 19) Steve Kinser, Kinser 11, 16.910 20) Brian Paulus, Pender 28, 16.911 21) Keith Kauffman, Middlesworth 7K, 16.938 22) Tim Shaffer, Parsons 6, 16.945 23) Erin Crocker, Woodring 16, 16.951 24) Paul McMahan, Helm 11H, 16.964 25) Donny Schatz, Schatz 15, 17.018 26) Jason Sides, Sides Motorsports 7S, 17.020 27) Mark Smith, Zemco 1, 17.029 28) Daryn Pittman, Woodburn 21, 17.049 29) Kevin Nouse, Postupack 25, 17.086 30) Chad Layton, Wholesale Auto U1, 17.095 31) Bob Bennett, ACME 3, 17.105 32) Brent Kluge, Kluge 29K, 17.164 33) Mark Coldren, Coldren 07, 17.170 34) Cris Eash, Eash 17E, 17.171 35) Danny Wood, Wright 35, 17.177 36) Brian Carlson, SC Motorsports 18, 17.189 37)
Jason Meyers, Elite Racing Team 14, 17.233 38) Rich Eichelberger, Eichelberger 8, 17.327 39) Ron Kramer, Ritter 17B, 17.363 40) Justin Seigler, Seigler 17S, 17.379 41) Niki Young, Neiderer 10N, 17.434 42) Justin Collett, Collett 69, 17.539 43) Jay Coates, Coates 47, 18.020 44) Dick Spadaro, Spadaro 29, 19.423 45) Brandon Wimmer, Two Winners Racing 7TW, No time.

First Heat Race (8 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Paul McMahan 2) Joey Saldana 3) Brooke Weibley 4) Mike Erdley 5) Donny Schatz 6) Don Kreitz, Jr. 7) Todd Hestor 8) Jason Meyers 9) Mark Coldren 10) Justin Collett 11) Kevin Nouse

Second Heat Race (8 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Craig Dollansky 2) Lance Dewease 3) Doug Esh 4) Mike Wagner 5) Jason Sides 6) Chad Layton 7) Rich Eichelberger 8) Jay Coates 9) Erin Crocker 10) Cris Eash 11) Danny Lasoski

Third Heat Race (8 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Steve Kinser 2) Tim Shaffer 3) Greg Hodnett 4) Kenny Jacobs 5) Craig Keel 6) Lucas Wolfe 7) Ron Kramer 8) Dick Spadaro 9) Mark Smith 10) Danny Wood 11) Bob Bennett

Fourth Heat Race (8 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to A-feature)-1) Brian Paulus 2) Keith Kauffman 3) Mark Kinser 4) Kraig Kinser 5) Sammy Swindell 6) Fred Rahmer 7) Daryn Pittman 8) Niki Young 9) Brent Kluge 10) Brian Carlson

C-main (8 laps, top 2 finishers transferred to B-main)-1) Danny Wood 2) Jason Meyers 3) Brian Carlson 4) Niki Young 5) Rich Eichelberger 6) Ron Kramer 7) Justin Collett 8) Jay Coates

First Dash (5 laps, finishing order determined inside first 8 rows of A-feature)--1) Lance Dewease 2) Mark Kinser 3) Sammy Swindell 4) Doug Esh 5) Craig Keel 6) Brian Paulus 7) Mike Erdley 8) Craig Dollansky

Second Dash (5 laps, finishing order determined outside first 8 rows of A-feature)-1) Greg Hodnett 2) Kraig Kinser 3) Joey Saldana 4) Steve Kinser 5) Kenny Jacobs 6) Brooke Weibley 7) Mike Wagner 8) Keith Kauffman

B-main (12 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)-1) Fred Rahmer 2) Todd Hestor 3) Lucas Wolfe 4) Danny Lasoski 5) Daryn Pittman 6) Don Kreitz, Jr. 7) Chad Layton 8) Cris Eash 9) Erin Crocker 10) Danny Wood 11) Brent Kluge 12) Mark Smith 13) Mark Coldren 14) Kevin Nouse 15) Bob Bennett 16) Jason Meyers (DNS)

A-main (30 laps)--1) Lance Dewease 2) Fred Rahmer 3) Greg Hodnett 4) Steve Kinser 5) Kenny Jacobs 6) Kraig Kinser 7) Sammy Swindell 8) Mark Kinser 9) Keith Kauffman 10) Danny Lasoski 11) Donny Schatz 12) Don Kreitz, Jr. 13) Doug Esh 14) Jason Meyers 15) Brooke Weibley 16) Craig Dollansky 17) Joey Saldana 18) Lucas Wolfe 19) Brian Paulus 20) Mike Erdley 21) Paul McMahan 22) Jason Sides 23) Mike Wagner 24) Craig Keel 25) Todd Hestor 26) Tim Shaffer

Lap leaders: Lance Dewease 1-30


Brandon Wimmer lost an engine in warm-ups and scratched for the rest of the night

Jason Meyers changed engines after qualifying

Justin Seigler flipped his car on his second qualifying lap, clearing the guardrail in turn 4. Seigler was uninjured.

Danny Lasoski had fuel problems while lining up for the 2nd heat race. Lasoski pitted for repairs, started at the back of the field, and dropped out on lap 1

Erin Crocker was leading the second heat race when she lost a torsion stop in turn 2. Crocker pitted for repairs, and restarted at the rear.

Bob Bennett flipped in turn 2 at the start of the third heat race. Bennett was uninjured.

Jay Coates flipped in turn 2 on the first lap of the C-main. Coates was uninjured, but done for the rest of the night.

Jason Meyers used a provisional to start 25th in the A-main. Don Kreitz, Jr. used a Williams Grove Speedway provisional to start 26th in the A-main.


Lap 1-Lance Dewease got the jump off of turn 4 to take the lead.

Lap 3-Joey Saldana went low exiting turn 2, passing Mark Kinser for 4th. Steve Kinser took 7th from Doug Esh low in 3&4

Lap 7-Traffic. Lance Dewease's lead a half straightaway over Greg Hodnett

Lap 8-Heavy Traffic. Dewease's lead 8 carlengths

Lap 11-Steve Kinser took 5th from Sammy Swindell low exiting turn 2

Lap 12-Joey Saldana passed Kraig Kinser for 3rd low exiting turn 2, but Kinser was able to regain the spot on the top in 3&4

Lap 13-Joey Saldana got 3rd from Kraig Kinser low in 1&2. With 13 laps complete, caution for Donny Schatz, who stopped on the frontstretch with a flat right rear tire. Schatz pitted for repairs and restarted.

Lap 14-Steve Kinser passed Kraig Kinser for 4th low in 1&2

Lap 16-Fred Rahmer (started 18th) passed Mark Kinser for 6th low in 3&4

Lap 19-Caution for Joey Saldana (3rd at the time), who stopped on the backstretch with a flat right rear tire.

Lap 20-Fred Rahmer took 4th from Kraig Kinser low exiting turn 4

Lap 21-Fred Rahmer passed Steve Kinser for 3rd low exiting turn 4

Lap 27-Caution for Mike Wagner, who stopped in turn 2

Lap 29-Fred Rahmer got 2nd from Greg Hodnett low exiting turn 4

Lap 30-Lance Dewease won by 8 carlengths.

Lance Dewease

"It's been a long time since we won here-May of last year as a matter of fact, but we got the job done tonight. And How about the Posse finishing 1-2-3? I knew with that caution with 3 to go that it would be tough to pass me. I figured Fred (Rahmer) was running the bottom. The bottom looked pretty good down there, but I tried to stay at the top and keep my momentum up. We kept the car pretty loose, especially with as wet as it was here tonight. We've been fighting a tight race car anyway. We've been real consistent lately; we just need to get wins. We found something last week that we've been doing wrong, and I want to thank my crew for sticking with it and not giving up. I have to thank my sponsors Hank's Performance Products, Wirtgen Group, Manheim Auctions, Hoosier tire, Top Flight Wings, J&J Chassis and Kistler Engines. As far as the all-time wins go, (Dewease tied Fred Rahmer for the lead in all-time Williams Grove feature wins with 58), we'll just let that take care of itself. I don't plan on retiring anytime soon, and I don't think Fred is either."

Fred Rahmer

"Donny Ott gave us a great motor tonight. Lance was tough running up there in front, and I knew it was going to be tough to catch him. I just screwed up royally there in the heat race, and we went from a good transfer spot to the back of the bus, and I knew I had to do something in the A-main. The posse got this one tonight, but those guys are tough, and they'll come back mad tomorrow. Tomorrow's a different deal."