Adam Deines wins an Intense Pro Truck Main Event
Sunday, 14 June 2009 00:10
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The die hard fans who ventured out to CNS despite the possibility of foul weather were treated to a night of clear skies and some of the most intense racing action of the season.
The race was action packed as drivers competed aggressively for the win, with one racer being thrown out and suspended due to aggression.
#36 Rick Burton had the pole with #74 Cristofer Muhler on the outside, in row two it was #7 Adam Deines on the inside with #32 Mark Neff on the outside followed by #1 Happy Ferree on the inside of row 3.
By lap 3 Chris Muhler had raced into 1st as the speedy Happy Ferree moved into 3rd. Muhler and Deines drag raced for 1st and it was Muhler who came out on top for the lead.
Happy continued his search for the line into first as Deines pulled past Muhler for 1st coming through turn 3 of lap 4.
Just then, while attempting a pass on the outside, Happy Ferree spun out Chris Muhler earning Happy a trip to the rear of the field for rough driving.
On the restart Deines had the pole with Muhler on the outside. Mark Neff had the inside of row 2 with #07 Chris Leaf on the outside.
Being sent to the back didn’t faze Ferree who briskly navigated from last to 10th to 8th to 6th place at lap 13. As Neff moved into 2nd place, Ferree pushed Leaf out of the way coming around the back stretch. The move earned him a black flag for rough driving but he refused to leave the track, driving through 6 more laps.
Deines kept his lead with Muhler moving in on Mark Neff making it hard for Neff to maintain 2nd.
At the checkered flag it was #7 Adam Deines followed by #32 Mark Neff, #74 Cris Muhler and #0 Billy Harkins.
Happy Ferree was suspended for 1 week, and earned no points for the race for ignoring the black flag.
1 #7 ADAM DEINES, 2 #32 MARK NEFF, 3 #74 CRISTOFER MUHLER, 4 #0 BILLY HARKINS, 5 #36 RICHARD BURTON, 6 #5 TROY WITTHAR, 7 #34 RUDY VANDERWAL, 8 #27 ROGER AVANTS, 9 #07 CHRIS LEAF, 10 #51 CHRIS CARLSON, 11 #15 MICHAEL BERNARD, 12 #76 GERALD GARDNER, 13 #1 HAPPY FERREE
RMMSA 600 Mini Sprints12 mini sprints hit the track for the 20 lap main event.
It was #56 Troy Simpson on the pole with #40 Todd Weland on the outside followed by #69 Paul Babich on the inside of row 2.
Babich pulled to the front of the pack at the green flag with Troy Simpson following behind. #9 Nick Burton, who started on the outside of row 3 maneuvered around Simpson taking 2nd. The #69 mini sprint of Paul Babich spun out coming around the back stretch on lap 3 and was left behind as Nick Burton pulled into the lead.
#5 Brandon Steele raced ahead from the back of the pack with his eye on the lead and moved swiftly into 2nd. By lap 7 the leaders were already navigating lapped traffic. Coming around lap 13 #24 Jay Sant had moved up into a distant 3rd.
It was starting to look close going into lap 18 as Brandon Steele in 2nd place had been cutting inches off of Burton’s lead. Still it was the lightning fast #9 Nick Burton who crossed the finish first, followed by #5 Brandon Steele, #24 Jay Sant, #56 Troy Simpson and #19 Larry Pachello.
Burton thanked his hard working crew for making his win possible and let the crowd know that his purse was going to Legend’s driver John Baker and his family.
1 #9 NICK BURTON, 2 #5 BRANDON STEELE, 3 #24 JAY SANT, 4 #56 TROY SIMPSON, 5 #19 LARRY PACHELLO, 6 #40 TODD WELAND, 7 #42 CHUCK WELAND, 8 #2 CHUCK MILLS, 9 #10 SHANNON ELLIOTT, 10 #27 DAVE WEIHRICH, 11 #69 PAUL BABICH, 12 #26 CHRIS CROWDER
CARC Mod Coupes14 Modified Coupes hit the track for the 25 lap main event.
#6L “Gentleman” Joe Lehman had the pole with #88 Scott Bremkamp on the outside, #07 Drew Utecht was on the inside of row 2 with #36 Matt Burton on his outside.
Burton shot to the lead with #33 Chet Graham following close behind. #55 Gary Land followed the leaders in 3rd with inches between the 3 of them coming around the front stretch at lap 3.
In a spectacular show of speed and slick driving, Land slid into 2nd and then took the lead coming around the inside of turn 4 on lap 5. Meanwhile, Chet Graham dropped to 5th trying to navigate lapped traffic.
At lap 11 #12 Jamie Bubak, followed closely by #17 Scott Rhoades passed Burton taking 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Suddenly, coming around turn 4 on lap 18, Jamie Bubak passed Gary Land on the inside for 1st place! In an amazing display of skill and speed Jamie’s lead grew by ¼ of the track!
It was #12 Jamie Bubak at the checkered for the win followed by #55 Gary Land, #17 Scott Rhoades, #45 Carl Vair and #90 Frank Denning!
This was Jamie’s first ever win here at CNS.
When asked for comment she exclaimed, “My car came in so well, I’m so excited, oh my god! My dad did all the work [on the car], I want to thank [all my family and friends.]”
1 #12 JAIME BUBAK, 2 #55 GARY LAND, 3 #17 SCOTT RHOADES, 4 #45 CARL VAIR, 5 #90 FRANK DENNING, 6 #36 MATT BURTON, 7 #33 CHET GRAHAM, 8 #56 MICHAEL FETTERS, 9 #21 CORY GORDON, 10 #07 ANDREW UTECHT, 11 #24 CHAD GUILFORD, 12 #88 SCOTT BREMKAMP, 13 #6 MICHAEL CORRENDI, 14 #91 JAMIE GREIVE
Legends22 Legend cars hit the track for the 25 main event.
#17 Bill Yeros had the pole with #84 Michael Webber on the outside. #03 Darrell Stewart followed on the inside of row to with #62 Phil Peconi beside him.
Michael Webber pulled into the lead along the back stretch coming around lap 1 but #21 Terry Plummer wasn’t far behind! Both determined to pass Webber for the lead, #8 Jon Krizman took the high line while Terry Plummer went low going into turn 3 at lap 3. The three were in a heated duel for 1st when contact on the track behind them resulted in a massive pile up. Bill Yeros took a hard hit resulting in a red flag. Soon after, Bill emerged from his car, waving to the relieved crowd.
On the restart Krizman sped ahead of the pack, maintaining a lead over Terry Plummer who followed close behind. 10 laps saw virtually no change in the field aside from the hard charging #3 Wayne Barlock who passed #03 Darrell Stewart for third place coming through lap 16.
At lap 23 Terry Plummer was moving on the outside of Krizman but couldn’t take the lead. In a final effort, Plummer then tried the old outside-inside move but lapped traffic made it difficult to navigate and it was #8 Jon Krizman for the win. He was followed closely by #21 Terry Plummer, #3 Wayne Barlock and #03 Darrell Stewart
It was an emotional win for 8 whose daughter died of meningitis. Regarding John Baker he commented, “We’ve got a hurt driver recovering in the hospital so pray your ass off.”
1 #8 JON KRIZMAN, 2 #21 TERRY PLUMMER, 3 #3 WAYNE BARLOCK, 4 #03 DARRELL STEWART, 5 #35 WILLIAM MURR, 6 #66 KYLE CLEGG, 7 #84 MICHAEL WEBBER, 8 #73 ZACK POWELL, 9 #62 PHIL PECONI, 10 #16 TIMOTHY FAATZ, 11 #71 CRAIG COUGHLIN, 12 #95 LUKE ULANDER, 13 #24 DEREK KOPP, 14 #07 WILLIAM SEIP, 15 #7 COREY SEIP, 16 #33 AUSTIN WILLIAMS, 17 #37 DAVID HONDEL, 18 #75 DOUG ULANDER, 19 #4 GARY KOPP, 20 #19 GARRETT PARk, 21 #17 BILL YEROS, 22 #6 LARREL SCOTT
Comfort Shack Sportsman26 sportsman hit the track for the 30 lap main event.
#8 Jeff Walbaum stayed his lead as #6 Tommy Roe slid quietly into 2nd place. #99 Nick Brinlee raced up behind Roe, keeping at his bumper through lap 7. Meanwhile, #46 Eric Blackard moved into 4th place leaving #49 Dennis Pobanz in 5th.
By lap 15 Walbaum was approaching lapped traffic but #67 Stephanie Brown spun out, resulting in a yellow flag that killed the huge lead of Jeff Walbaum.
On the restart it was Walbaum, followed by Roe with Brinlee, Blackard and Pobanz in tow. Nick Brinlee, Tommy Roe and Eric Blackard drag raced at lap 18 for 2nd. Brinlee took 2nd as #31 rookie Joshua Flood blew up resulting in caution.
On the restart Tommy Roe pulled up on the inside of Walbaum and Brinlee coming around turn 2, racing 3 wide but Roe had to concede coming around the inside of turn 3 or risk a wreck.
#99 Nick Brinlee darted ahead for the lead while Eric Blackard and Jeff Walbaum dragged for 2nd. While Brinlee, Blackard, Walbaum and Roe vied for the lead the hard charger, #62 Jim Bob Rogers who started dead last, made his way into 10th place.
At the finish it was #99 Nick Brinlee for the win followed by #46 Eric Blackard in 2nd, #8 Jeff Walbaum came in third with #6 Tommy Roe and #38 Frankie Estes behind.
Nick shouted out to his new sponsors and thanked his crew for their hard work.
1 #99 NICHOLAS BRINLEE, 2 #46 ERIC BLACKARD, 3 #8 JEFFREY WALBAUM, 4 #6 TOMMY ROE, 5 #38 FRANKIE ESTES, 6 #58 JEFF WEBB, 7 #98 LEE KEMMIT, 8 #43 STAN GRIFFIN, 9 #41 DOUG JENSEN, 10 #62 JAMES ROGERS, 11 #39 SCOTT ESTES, 12 #02 RICHARD HUNT, 13 #49 DENNIS POBANZ, 14 #3 WADE GROVE, 15 #55 CRAIG HOLMES, 16 #4 MATTHEW CURLESS, 17 #21 TROY MEYER, 18 #26 DALE REEDER, 19 #83 GREG WOHLCKE, 20 #18 DENNIS STEPANICH JR, 21 #00 STEVEN MAAS, 22 #28 ALAN CARTER, 23 #67 STEPHANIE BROWN, 24 #31 JOSHUA FLOOD, 25 #44 RANDOLPH MOSSMAN, 26 #84 BRUCE BORCHARDT
BusesA school bus race has to be seen to be believed. Come down to CNS to see it for yourself.
1 #26 NICK MARTINEZ, 2 #27 JERRY SUTHERLAND, 3 #13 LANSEN FLEENOR, 4 #56 KACEY FLEENOR, 5 #69 RANDY BARNES, 6 #72 WENDY SUTHERLAND, 7 #42 DANIEL MARTINEZ, 8 #99 KAYLA SALAZAR, 9 #33 WEYAND KURT