October 30, 2004

By WoO Sprint PR

Tulare, CA

World of Outlaws

Thunder Bowl Speedway

Qualifying 1) Tim Shaffer, Parsons 6, 13.955 2) Jason Meyers, Elite Racing Team 14, 14.032 3) Tim Kaeding, Roth 83, 14.076 4) Donny Schatz, Schatz 15, 14.115 5) Brian Paulus, Pender 28, 14.179 6) Daryn Pittman, Woodburn 21, 14.198 7) Craig Dollansky, Karavan 7, 14.203 8) Joey Saldana, Woodward 2, 14.227 9) Jason Sides, Sides Motorsports 7S, 14.239 10) Steve Kent, Henderson 7N, 14.281 11) Brooke Tatnell, Forbrook 5, 14.298 12) Dale Blaney, Wright 35, 14.327 13) Terry McCarl, McCarl 24, 14.470 14) Kraig Kinser, Kinser 11K, 14.481 15) Danny Faria, Jr., Faria 17V, 14.518 16) Randy Hannagan, TH Racing 1X, 14.533 17) Jason Solwold, Carnahan R19, 14.567 18) Mike Faria, Faria 4, 14.615 19) Toni Lutar, Lutar 4X, 14.636 20) Chuck Gurney, Jr., Sperry 51, 14.687 21) Stan Yockey, Yockey 7Y, 14.695 22) Dennis Moore, Jr., Williams 0, 14.702 23) Aaron Berryhill, Fast Track Motorsports 7S, 14.706 24) Brian Coehlo, Coelho 5C, 14.725 25) Ricci Faria, Faria 89, 14.787 26) Ronnie Day, Elite Racing Team 1, 14.813 27) Andy Forsberg, Filipich 98X, 14.869 28) Garrett Ishi, Ishi 71G, 14.919 29) Tommy Tarlton, 15.034 30) Charlie Louden, Louden X, 15.166 31) Davey Key, Key 15K, 15.220 32) Mike Monahan, Monahan 49, 15.292 33) Andy Gregg, Gregg 16X, 15.476 34) Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, No time Top 4 finishers in preliminary A-feature (locked into first 4 starting positions in Dash): Erin Crocker, Woodring 16; Paul McMahan, Helm 11H; Jac Haudenschild, Roth 83JR; Steve Kinser, Kinser 11

First Heat Race (8 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Tim Shaffer 2) Jason Sides 3) Randy Hannagan 4) Jason Solwold 5) Joey Saldana 6) Tommy Tarlton 7) Stan Yockey 8) Andy Gregg 9) Ricci Faria

Second Heat Race (8 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Steve Kent 2) Jason Meyers 3) Craig Dollansky 4) Dennis Moore, Jr. 5) Ronnie Day 6) Mike Faria 7) Danny Faria, Jr. 8) Charlie Louden

Third Heat Race (8 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)--1) Tim Kaeding 2) Brooke Tatnell 3) Kraig Kinser 4) Daryn Pittman 5) Aaron Berryhill 6) Toni Lutar 7) Andy Forsberg 8) Davey Key

Fourth Heat Race (8 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)—1) Terry McCarl 2) Donny Schatz 3) Dale Blaney 4) Brian Paulus 5) Garrett Ishi 6) Chuck Gurney, Jr. 7) Mike Monahan 8) Brian Coehlo

Dash (5 laps, finishing order determined first 8 starting positions of A-feature)--1) Tim Shaffer 2) Steve Kinser 3) Jac Haudenschild 4) Jason Meyers 5) Erin Crocker 6) Donny Schatz 7) Tim Kaeding 8) Paul McMahan

B-main (12 laps, top 4 finishers transferred to A-feature)—1) Joey Saldana [$20] 2) Mike Faria [$20] 3) Tommy Tarlton [$20] 4) Chuck Gurney, Jr. [$20] 5) Ricci Faria [$200] 6) Andy Forsberg [$175] 7) Stan Yockey [$150] 8) Garrett Ishi [$100] 9) Mike Monahan [$90] 10) Brian Coehlo [$80] 11) Aaron Berryhill [$60] 12) Ronnie Day [$50] 13) Charlie Louden [$50] 14) Toni Lutar [$50] 15) Andy Gregg [$50] 16) Danny Faria, Jr. [$50] 17) Danny Lasoski [$50] 18) Davey Key (DNS) [$50]

A-main (35 laps)--1) Terry McCarl [$12,000] 2) Daryn Pittman [$6,000] 3) Craig Dollansky [$4,000] 4) Danny Lasoski [$3,500] 5) Jason Solwold [$3,300] 6) Donny Schatz [$3,100] 7)Paul McMahan [$3,000] 8) Brian Paulus [$2,500] 9) Dale Blaney [$2,100] 10) Steve Kinser [$2,050] 11) Jason Meyers [$2,000] 12) Mike Faria [$1,600] 13) Brooke Tatnella [$1,500] 14) Joey Saldana [$1,200] 15) Erin Crocker [$1,100] 16) Randy Hannagan [$1,000] 17) Kraig Kinser [$900] 18) Steve Kent [$800] 19) Tim Kaeding [$800] 20) Tommy Tarlton [$800] 21) Tim Shaffer [$800] 22) Jac Haudenschild [$800] 23) Chuck Gurney, Jr. [$800] 24) Dennis Moore, Jr. [$800] 25) Jason Sides [$800]

Lap leaders: Steve Kinser 1-33, Daryn Pittman 34, Terry McCarl 35


Ricci Faria flipped while lining up for the first heat race.

Joey Saldana was running 4th in the first heat when he spun in turn 4

Danny Faria, Jr. was running 4th in the second heat race when he spun in turn 4

Danny Faria, Jr. was running 2nd in the B-main when he hit the wall in turn 4

Aaron Berryhill was running 3rd in the B-main when Ronnie Day (running 4th at the time) made contact with him in turn 4, spinning both cars.

Danny Lasoski used a provisional to start 25th in the A-main


Lap 1—Tim Shaffer and Steve Kinser raced side by side exiting turn 4, with Kinser getting the lead on the top in 1&2. Jason Meyers passed Tim Shaffer for 2nd low in 3&4

Lap 3—Red flag for Jason Sides, who hit the wall and flipped in turn 3. Sides was uninjured, but unable to restart.

Lap 5—Daryn Pittman passed Travis Rilat for 8th on the top in 1&2

Lap 10—caution for Steve Kent (10th at the time), who spun in turn 4

Lap 11—Daryn Pittman passed Tim Kaeding for 7th low in 1&2

Lap 18—Traffic. Steve Kinser’s lead 4 carlengths over Jason Meyers

Lap 19—Caution for Paul McMahan who lost a right rear tire in turn 4. McMahan pitted for repairs.

Lap 24—Caution for Randy Hannagan, who spun in turn 2

Lap 25—Randy Hannagan spun in turn 4. Jason Meyers (2nd at the time) spun to avoid contact. Meyers restarted at the rear of the field.

Lap 26—Tim Shaffer (2nd at the time), spun in turn 2 when the engine seized. Shaffer was unable to restart

Lap 28—Caution for Jason Meyers, who stopped on the backstretch with a flat left rear tire

Lap 30—Terry McCarl passed Craig Dollansky for 8th low in 1&2. Danny Lasoski (started 25th) moved into the top 10. With 30 laps complete, caution for Tim Kaeding, who stopped with a flat right rear tire.

Lap 31—Erin Crocker passed Donny Schatz for 2nd on the top exiting turn 4

Lap 32—Erin Crocker went low in 3&4, pulled even with Steve Kinser, but couldn’t get the lead.

Lap 33—Caution for Jason Solwold, who stopped on the frontstretch with a flat right rear tire.

Lap 34—Daryn Pittman passed Donny Schatz for 3rd low in 3&4. With 34 laps complete, caution for Donny Schatz and Steve Kent, who both stopped with flat right rear tires. Danny Lasoski up to 7th

Lap 34—Erin Crocker passed Steve Kinser for the lead on the top in 3&4, but Kinser was able to regain the position on the frontstretch. As the leaders were coming for the checkered flag, caution for Brian Paulus, who stopped in turn 4 with a flat right rear tire. Red flag for fuel. On the restart, leader Steve Kinser’s right rear tire went flat, giving the lead to Erin Crocker. Under the caution for Kinser, leader Erin Crocker’s right rear tire went flat, giving the lead to Daryn Pittman.

Lap 35—As the leaders came to the checkered flag, Daryn Pittman’s right rear tire exploded. Terry McCarl made the pass for the win, with Pittman hanging on for 2nd 2 carlengths behind.


Terry McCarl “I want to thank God for a safe race. I thought Erin (Crocker) was going to pull it off again—she did a great job again tonight, and I was kind of hoping she’d win when I was running toward the back, but as I got closer and closer to the front I started to think that I might have a shot at it. I’ve run a lot of races on a lot of different type tracks, and I knew I had to try to run the bottom and save my tires as much as I could. Danny (Lasoski) kind of showed me something up higher there toward the end of the race, but again, you had to be really careful. I wish my wife and family could be here with me for this one, but I know they’re back home listening. These internet broadcasts are great. I have to thank all of my sponsors—Big Game Tree Stands, Country Builders: I wish the Offil family could have been here tonight. They were here last night when we sucked, but they’ve been with me for a long time. Bosma Poultry, Fast & Mueller, Fleet Buying Group. I don’t have a big corporate sponsor—we’re trying to put something together to run the full (World of Outlaws) season next year. Wesmar Engines—seems like when we run an engine that’s supposed to go back for a re-build, we win an Outlaw race. I have to thank Neil (Cowman) and the guys at Hoosier for building the best race tires in the world. Eagle Chassis, Weld Racing and Brodix, and everyone for coming out here tonight.”

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