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McClassic: James McFadden leads triumphant night for Kasey Kahne Racing at Lake Ozark
Brad Sweet and Kasey Kahne Racing make significant gains in the championship points battle

ELDON, MO — Oct. 17, 2020 — Water glazed James McFadden’s eyes. His lips quivered with every word.

The emotions of winning the Jason Johnson Classic Saturday night at Lake Ozark Speedway with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series started to get to him.

“Jason (Johnson) was a close friend to our family and we spent a lot of time in Australia together,” McFadden said. “To get this is huge. It’s a privilege to be here and unreal to get the win.”

McFadden, of Warrnambool, VIC, Australia, had been through a crazy year already. He ran the DIRTcar Nationals in February and then was unable to returned to the United States from Australia for five months to continue running the Karavan Trailers #9 car for Kasey Kahne Racing due to COVID-19 restrictions. Once he was able to make the leap back over, he and the team toyed with a victory on multiple occasions.

The Aussie and KKR had done the same last year, picking up three runner-up finishes with the Series. They’d found success at other levels, winning the 360 Knoxville Nationals in 2019, but never scored a World of Outlaws victory together.

Entering the night at Lake Ozark, they had no clear data to tell them a win would be guaranteed as it was McFadden’s first ever start at the 1/3-mile speedway. But numbers on a paper – or lack thereof – meant nothing to the driver that cut his teeth on bullring tracks in Australia and to KKR, which scored a win at the track last year.

McFadden led from green to checkers in the 41-lap Feature, holding off multiple slid job attempts from Sweet, to claim his second career Series win and the $15,000 top prize.

“It’s so good,” McFadden said about finally getting a Series win with KKR. “We’ve been so close.

“I’ve got to thank my Karavan guys; KKR; Curb Records; Team ASE. I’m pretty pumped. This is my [most special] win. To do it is unreal.”

KKR dominated the night with Sweet first setting Quick Time in Qualifying. Sweet and McFadden both went on to win their Drydene Heat Race and McFadden won the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash, holding off Sweet for the win.

The teammates held the top two spots for the entire Feature. Sweet closed on McFadden at various points throughout the race and tried to throw a slider on him in Turns 3 and 4 twice. Both attempts failed as Sweet had to bail on his attempt or risk plowing into the side of McFadden.

Each time Sweet bailed on his slider he lost three car lengths to McFadden and allowed third-place Donny Schatz to close on him. On a restart with 13 laps to go, McFadden, Sweet and Schatz went three-wide for the lead, but their epic battle ended with another caution before the lap was completed.

The Feature saw six cautions throughout the 41 laps and McFadden had every restart mastered. Sweet would dive into Turn 1 to show his nose to McFadden in the corner, but the orange #9 car out powered Sweet’s NAPA Auto Parts #49 off Turn 2 each time.

With a handle on the high groove in the closing laps, McFadden beat Sweet to the finish line by nearly two seconds.

“I nearly gave it away with three to go,” McFadden said. “When you’ve got Donny (Schatz) and Brad (Sweet) behind you, you’ve got to give it 100 percent. It’s tough. Those guys are racing for points. You don’t want to make a mistake and get in their way. Just super pumped to get the win.”

While Sweet had to settle for his second runner-up finish in a row, and his 10th second-place finish with the Series this year, he and KKR made significant gains in the driver and team championship points. With Logan Schuchart, who is currently second in points, finishing 16th, Sweet is now 62 points ahead of him. And with Shane Stewart – driving the Jason Johnson Racing #41 – finishing 15th, KKR is now 34 points ahead of JJR for the team title hunt.

“I kind of got a little conservative thinking about the points, which sucks, you shouldn’t do that,” said Sweet, of Grass Valley, CA. “He (McFadden) was fast and drove a great race. Just happy to bring the NAPA Auto Parts car home in second tonight.”

Schatz rounded out the podium and made his own gain on Schuchart in the points chase. He currently sits third, 20 points behind Schuchart and 82 points behind Sweet.

“It was a guessing game of what was going to happen when they redid the track there for the Feature,” said Schatz, of Fargo, ND. “It got really fast on the top and kind of took everything away from the bottom. Kind of thought that’s where it was going to go, so that’s the direction we went. We tightened the car up and got laid over a little too much.”

Their championship battle is now down to three races to go.


The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, on Sat., Oct. 24, returns to Kokomo Speedway in Kokomo, IN. Click here for tickets.

If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all of the action live on DIRTVision.

Race Results: 10/17/20 – Lake Ozark Speedway

NOS Energy Drink Feature (41 Laps) – 1. 9-James McFadden [1][$15,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [2][$5,725]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz [4][$3,425]; 4. 2M-Kerry Madsen [22][$3,025]; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [15][$2,725]; 6. 87-Aaron Reutzel [6][$2,525]; 7. 14-Tim Kaeding [11][$2,425]; 8. 26-Cory Eliason [5][$2,325]; 9. 71-Parker Price-Miller [13][$2,275]; 10. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [17][$2,225]; 11. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [18][$1,725]; 12. 11K-Kraig Kinser [8][$1,425]; 13. 1A-Jacob Allen [7][$1,325]; 14. 3-Ayrton Gennetten [10][$1,275]; 15. 41-Shane Stewart [12][$1,225]; 16. 1S-Logan Schuchart [14][$1,125]; 17. 2-Carson Macedo [21][$1,025]; 18. 83-Dominic Scelzi [23][$1,000]; 19. 7S-Jason Sides [20][$1,000]; 20. 18-Gio Scelzi [3][$1,000]; 21. 72-Daryn Pittman [9][$1,000]; 22. 11-Ian Madsen [16][$1,000]; 23. 2C-Wayne Johnson [24][$1,000]; 24. 21-Brian Brown [19][$1,000]; 25. 6-Bill Rose [25][$];
Lap Leaders: James McFadden 1-41;
KSE Hard Charger Award: 2M-Kerry Madsen[+18]

Qualifying – 1. 49-Brad Sweet, 11.402; 2. 15-Donny Schatz, 11.464; 3. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 11.496; 4. 18-Gio Scelzi, 11.512; 5. 1A-Jacob Allen, 11.519; 6. 9-James McFadden, 11.575; 7. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 11.587; 8. 26-Cory Eliason, 11.599; 9. 71-Parker Price-Miller, 11.636; 10. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 11.648; 11. 21-Brian Brown, 11.656; 12. 41-Shane Stewart, 11.669; 13. 2-Carson Macedo, 11.716; 14. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 11.727; 15. 14-Tim Kaeding, 11.742; 16. 7S-Jason Sides, 11.745; 17. 72-Daryn Pittman, 11.754; 18. 83-Dominic Scelzi, 11.808; 19. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 11.844; 20. 11-Ian Madsen, 11.858; 21. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 11.86; 22. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 11.883; 23. 99-Skylar Gee, 11.954; 24. 24-Terry McCarl, 12.001; 25. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 12.006; 26. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer, 12.14; 27. 14E-Kyle Bellm, 12.205; 28. 6-Bill Rose, 12.226; 29. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 12.253; 30. 33M-Mason Daniel, 12.258; 31. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 12.319; 32. 75-Tyler Blank, 12.45; 33. 5-Kory Bales, 12.7; 34. 21B-Adam Parmeley, NT; 35. 6X-Frank Rodgers, NT

DRYDENE Heat #1 (10 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 49-Brad Sweet [1]; 2. 1A-Jacob Allen [2]; 3. 72-Daryn Pittman [5]; 4. 71-Parker Price-Miller [3]; 5. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [7]; 6. 2M-Kerry Madsen [6]; 7. 35-Skylar Prochaska [8]; 8. 5-Kory Bales [9]; 9. 2-Carson Macedo [4]

DRYDENE Heat #2 (10 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 9-James McFadden [2]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz [1]; 3. 3-Ayrton Gennetten [3]; 4. 1S-Logan Schuchart [4]; 5. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [6]; 6. 83-Dominic Scelzi [5]; 7. 33M-Mason Daniel [8]; 8. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [7]; 9. 21B-Adam Parmeley [9]

DRYDENE Heat #3 (10 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel [2]; 2. 11K-Kraig Kinser [1]; 3. 14-Tim Kaeding [4]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [5]; 5. 21-Brian Brown [3]; 6. 99-Skylar Gee [6]; 7. 2C-Wayne Johnson [8]; 8. 14E-Kyle Bellm [7]; 9. 6X-Frank Rodgers [9]

DRYDENE Heat #4 (10 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 26-Cory Eliason [2]; 2. 18-Gio Scelzi [1]; 3. 41-Shane Stewart [3]; 4. 11-Ian Madsen [5]; 5. 7S-Jason Sides [4]; 6. 24-Terry McCarl [6]; 7. 75-Tyler Blank [8]; 8. 6-Bill Rose [7]

DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash (8 Laps) – 1. 9-James McFadden [1]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [8]; 3. 18-Gio Scelzi [2]; 4. 15-Donny Schatz [6]; 5. 26-Cory Eliason [4]; 6. 87-Aaron Reutzel [3]; 7. 1A-Jacob Allen [5]; 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser [7]

Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps) – Top 4 Transfer – 1. 2-Carson Macedo [1][]; 2. 2M-Kerry Madsen [3][]; 3. 83-Dominic Scelzi [2][]; 4. 2C-Wayne Johnson [8][]; 5. 24-Terry McCarl [5][$300]; 6. 33M-Mason Daniel [7][$250]; 7. 14E-Kyle Bellm [12][$225]; 8. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [11][$200]; 9. 5-Kory Bales [10][$200]; 10. 6-Bill Rose [13][$200]; 11. 21B-Adam Parmeley [14][$200]; 12. 99-Skylar Gee [4][$200]; 13. 35-Skylar Prochaska [6][$200]; 14. 75-Tyler Blank [9][$200]; 15. 6X-Frank Rodgers [15][$200]

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Thunder on the Hill













OCTOBER 17, 2020

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Bechtelsville, PA (October 17, 2020) – Three different winners topped the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series Trick or Treat Triple 20s for Modifieds at Grandview Speedway on Saturday Night – with Kevin Hirthler, Ryan Beltz, and Duane Howard picking up the Modified wins. Kevin Hirthler would add a Sportsman victory to his tally for the night, winning that 20-lap event, as well. A field of fifty Modifieds took part in the event along with thirty-three Sportsman. This was the third event of the Thunder on the Hill Racing Series of 2020 at Grandview in a season abbreviated by the current virus. On a cold night for racing, the show started promptly at 6 PM and the final checker flag fell before 9:30 PM. This also allowed many race fans to visit their favorite drivers in the pits.

Kevin Hirthler, a Boyertown, Pa. native, led from flag-to-flag in the first Modified 20-lap event, dodging lapped cars and holding off a late-race charge from Louden Reimert. With only a single caution falling on the third trip around the Grandview Speedway high-banks, Hirthler hit lapped traffic just past the mid-way mark, but that didn’t hinder Hirthler. He dominated the event and easily picked up the checkered flag. Reimert finished in second, John Willman third, Duane Howard finished in fourth, and Dylan Swinehart finished in fifth.

With a victory under his belt, Hirthler selected an invert of twelve before a 10-minute break in the action. The invert put Ryan Beltz and Eric Biehn on the front row for the second Modified 20 of the night.

Beltz wasn’t going to give anyone else a chance of victory in the 20-lap feature. He shot out like a cannon on the initial restart and extended the lead between him and Nate Brinker lap after lap.

All eyes were on Kevin Hirthler – gunning for the multi-feature-win bonus up for grabs courtesy of Pioneer Pole Buildings. Hirthler moved to seventh by the fourth circuit but couldn’t get close to the leaders, settling for a sixth-place finish.

Beltz never looked back, claiming his first career Modified victory after much success in the Grandview Speedway Sportsman division. Nate Brinker finished in the second position, Keith Hoffman finished in third, Frank Cozze finished in fourth, and Louden Reimert scored his second top-5 finish of the night.

Beltz selected an invert of eight cars in a blind draw before the third and final feature event.

This put Eric Biehn on the front row again with Duane Howard by his side. Hirthler would start third within his final chance at the PPB Bonus money.

Duane Howard of Oley, PA, darted ahead of Biehn at the start of the nightcap event, with Hirthler following on his tail into the second position. Hirthler kept pace with the Norm’s Save Station No. 357 machine but couldn’t complete the pass on the 86-time Grandview Speedway winner.

The only caution of the event flew on lap 17, closing the gap between Howard and Hirthler and giving the No. 117 machine a final opportunity to take a run for the win. On the restart, Howard pulled away from the rest of the field, ending the 2020 racing season at Grandview with a victory. Hirthler would finish in second, Frank Cozze finished in third, Keith Hoffman finished in fourth, and Nate Brinker rounded out the top five finishers.

Fifty Modifieds qualified for the night’s three 20-lap feature events. With no driver scoring multiple wins, the Pioneer Pole Buildings $2500 bonus remained unclaimed. Special thanks to PPB for their continued support of Thunder on the Hill.

Modified Heat races were won by Brett Gilmore, Louden Reimert, Kevin Hirthler, and Doug Manmiller. Consolation events were won by Briggs Danner and Brian Hirthler.

Before topping the first Modified twenty-lap event, Kevin Hirthler scored the win in the Sportsman event from a tenth-place starting spot. Hirthler was a man on a mission, gaining five spots on the initial start and taking the lead from Paul Kline on the seventh-lap. From there until the only caution on lap 18, Hirthler was in a world of his own, building a massive lead. However, when the caution flew with two laps to go, the entire landscape of the race was changed, with Hirthler finding himself alongside his brother, Brian.

Brian would get four opportunities to pick up the $1,300 Sportsman prize but couldn’t outgun his older brother. Kevin Hirthler claimed the top spot, Brian Hirthler would come home in second, Kenny Gilmore finished in third, Steve Young finished in fourth, and Jesse Leiby finished in fifth.

Sportsman heats were won by Brian Hirthler, Kevin Hirthler, and Dylan Hoch. The Sportsman consolation was won by Kyle Smith.

Plans for the 2021 Season of Thunder on the Hill Racing at Grandview Speedway is well underway, and dates are expected to be announced soon.

For more information about the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series, visit or follow along @TOTHRacing on Social Media.

We send our sincere thanks to all the drivers, owners, crew members, spectators as well as the track officials and safety crews for their support of the 31st Thunder on the Hill Racing Series.

Race Results


Heat 1 (10 Laps) –1. Brett Gilmore 2. Jordan Henn 3. Ryan Krachun 4. Mike Lisowski 5. Joe Funk

Heat 2 (10 Laps) – 1. Louden Reimert 2. Frank Cozze 3. Duane Howard 4. Ryan Beltz 5. Craig Whitmoyer

Heat 3 (10 Laps) – 1. Kevin Hirthler 2. Nate Brinker 3. Dylan Swinehart 4. Keith Hoffman 5. Kevin Graver

Heat 4 (10 Laps) – 1. Doug Manmiller 2. Richie Hitzler 3. John Willman 4. Eric Biehn 5. Chris Graver

Consi 1 (10 Laps) – 1. Briggs Danner 2. Wade Hendrickson

Consi 2 (10 Laps) – 1. Brian Hirthler 2. Justin Grim

Feature 1 (20 Laps) – 1. Kevin Hirthler 2. Louden Reimert 3. John Willman 4. Duane Howard 5. Dylan Swinehart 6. Frank Cozze 7. Mike Lisowski 8. Keith Hoffman 9. Nate Brinker 10. Jordan Henn 11. Eric Biehn 12. Ryan Beltz 13. Wade Hendrickson 14. Ryan Krachun 15. Craig Whitmoyer 16. Brian Hirthler 17. Briggs Danner 18. Richie Hitzler 19. Justin Grim 20. Chris Graver 21. Joe Funk 22. Brett Gilmore 23. Kevin Graver 24. Doug Manmiller

Feature 2 (20 Laps) – 1. Ryan Beltz 2. Nate Brinker 3. Keith Hoffman 4. Frank Cozze 5. Louden Reimert 6. Kevin Hirthler 7. Duane Howard 8. Eric Biehn 9. Jordan Henn 10. Mike Lisowski 11. Ryan Krachun 12. Dylan Swinehart 13. Craig Whitmoyer 14. Chris Graver 15. Brian Hirthler 16. John Willman 17. Doug Manmiller 18. Wade Hendrickson 19. Kevin Graver 20. Joe Funk 21. Brett Gilmore 22. Richie Hitzler 23. Briggs Danner 24. Justin Grim

Feature 3 (20 Laps) – 1. Duane Howard 2. Kevin Hirthler 3. Frank Cozze 4. Keith Hoffman 5. Nate Brinker 6. Mike Lisowski 7. Craig Whitmoyer 8. Doug Manmiller 9. Eric Biehn 10. Jordan Henn 11. Ryan Beltz 12. Chris Graver 13. Dylan Swinehart 14. Kevin Graver 15. Ray Swinehart 16. Joe Funk 17. Richie Hitzler 18. Louden Reimert 19. Ryan Krachun 20. Brian Hirthler 21. Brett Gilmore 22. Justin Grim 23. Wade Hendrickson 24. John Willman


Heat 1 (8 Laps) – 1. Brian Hirthler 2. Ryan Conrad 3. Doug Snyder 4. Jimmy Leiby 5. Jesse Leiby 6. Shon Elk

Heat 2 (8 Laps) – 1. Kevin Hirthler 2 . Paul Kline 3. Kenny Gilmore 4. Brad Brightbill 5. Nathan Mohr 6. Bryan Rhoads

Heat 3 (8 Laps) – 1. Dylan Hoch 2. Steve Young 3. Jesse Landis 4. Kenny Bock 5. Mike Laise 6. Aaron Bowles

Consi (8 Laps) – 1. Kyle Smith 2. Tom Miller 3. Nico Flammer 4. BJ Joly 5. Brad Force

Feature (20 Laps) - 1. Kevin Hirthler 2. Brian Hirthler 3. Kenny Gilmore 4. Steve Young 5. Jesse Leiby 6. Jimmy Leiby 7. Dylan Hoch 8. Jesse Landis 9. Doug Snyder 10. Nathan Mohr 11. Kenny Bock 12. Aaron Bowes 13. Ryan Conrad 14. Kyle Smith 15. BJ Joly 16. Mike Laise 17. Shon Elk 18. Brad Force 19. Cody Schantz 20. Paul Kline 21. Brad Brightbill 22. Bryan Rhoads 23. Tom Miller 24. Ebby Ridge

ASCS National Sprint Series

Roger Crockett Prevails In the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (October 17, 2020) Ending his season on a high note, Oregon's Roger Crockett battled through heavy lapped traffic to pick up his second consecutive victory in the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals.

Winner Roger Crockett (Bobby DrRock Thomas Photo)

“I was starting to wonder if I was going to go a year without winning a Feature. That hasn’t happened to me since I first won a Feature, so getting the win was a real relief,” explained Roger, who personally has won at least one A-Feature every year since 1996.

His only win of the season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Crockett led the opening nine circuits before losing the lead to Matt Covington. Chasing through traffic, both drivers moved lines around the Devil’s Bowl Speedway, with Roger finding the hub of the first and second turns.

Chasing down the No. 95 on Lap 18, Crockett pulled even with Covington as they rolled to the back straightaway. Deep into the third and fourth turns, the No. 11 cleared for the lead.
“Our car was really good. We had something we kind of messed around with last night, and it didn’t work very well, but we the car rolling tonight and had one heck of a race with Matt [Covington]. Lapped traffic made things really interesting where I lost the lead, but thankfully was able to get it back,” stated Crockett.

Keeping close as the pair worked into more traffic, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. closed the gap to begin battling with Covington for the runner-up spot. Able to keep the No. 15h at bay, attention turned again to Crockett as the trio battled among the backmarkers.

Finally, getting a break through traffic, Crockett hit clean air and set sail by 1.307-seconds at the finish. In second, Matt Covington was chased by Sam Hafertepe, Jr., who had Justin Sanders and Jack Dover battling close behind. Getting the advantage off the final turn, Dover grabbed fourth with Justin Sanders fifth.

Dylan Westbrook finished sixth with Scott Bogucki seventh. Earning Hard Charger on the night, Blake Hahn made up 12 positions to finish eighth with Danny Jennings ninth.

Making up eight spots, Washington’s Devon Borden completed the top ten.

In the final rundown of the 2020 National Tour standings, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. picked up his fifth consecutive title: topping Roger Crockett by 306 markers. Scott Bogucki posted his best career result in third, with Blake Hahn rebounding to fourth. Harli White ended up fifth with Jordon Mallett sixth. Despite having to miss a race due to a loss in the family, Dylan Westbrook secured the 2020 Brodix National Rookie of the Year with his seventh-place run. Matt Covington was eighth with Garet Williamson ninth. On the final night, Danny Sams III made it back to the top ten. Alex Hill ended up 11th with Chase Randall, Ryan Bickett, Travis Reber, and Justin Sanders completing the top 15.

The American Sprint Car Series would like to thank everyone for their support during the 2020 season. As odd a year as it was, the sport of Sprint Car racing, its fans, teams, and sponsors have proven to be resilient in the face of udder adversity. Plans for the 2021 season are in the works, with details set to be released in the coming months.

For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2020, log onto, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

Race Results:

ASCS National Tour | ASCS Lone Star Region
Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas)
47th Winter Nationals (Night 2)
Saturday, October 17, 2020

Car Count: 38
Event Count: 40

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett[4]; 3. 20G-Jake Greider[2]; 4. 11X-John Carney II[5]; 5. 44-Chris Martin[3]; 6. 17W-Harli White[8]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 8. 77X-Alex Hill[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Austin Mundie[5]; 2. 71W-Weston Gorham[1]; 3. 16A-Justin Sanders[8]; 4. 88-Travis Reber[7]; 5. 17B-Ryan Bickett[6]; 6. (DNF) 48-Cody Stacy[2]; 7. (DNF) 11A-Austin O'Neal[3]; 8. (DNF) 55B-Brandon Anderson[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 17G-Channin Tankersley[1]; 2. 1J-Danny Jennings[3]; 3. 24D-Danny Sams III[2]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[4]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price[5]; 6. 1S-Joey Schmidt[7]; 7. 19-Colby Thornhill[6]; 8. (DNS) 22X-Steven Shebester

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Scott Bogucki[1]; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2]; 3. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 8-Devon Borden[7]; 6. 82C-Christian Kinnisen[6]; 7. (DNF) 33-Mike Merrell[4]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 2. 74B-Jake Bubak[1]; 3. 53-Jack Dover[4]; 4. 72-Chris Tarrant[2]; 5. 9-Chase Randall[7]; 6. 2X-Tucker Doughty[6]; 7. 12-Brandon Howle[5]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 3 advance to the A-Feature)

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 9-Chase Randall[2]; 2. 11X-John Carney II[1]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[8]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[3]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price[5]; 6. 2X-Tucker Doughty[7]; 7. 44-Chris Martin[6]; 8. 72-Chris Tarrant[4]; 9. 55B-Brandon Anderson[10]; 10. 12-Brandon Howle[9]; 11. (DNF) 11A-Austin O'Neal[11]

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 8-Devon Borden[1]; 2. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 3. 17W-Harli White[4]; 4. 17B-Ryan Bickett[3]; 5. 77X-Alex Hill[9]; 6. 1S-Joey Schmidt[5]; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnisen[6]; 8. 19-Colby Thornhill[8]; 9. (DNF) 33-Mike Merrell[7]; 10. (DNS) 48-Cody Stacy; 11. (DNS) 22X-Steven Shebester A-Feature

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett[2]; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 3. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 4. 53-Jack Dover[14]; 5. 16A-Justin Sanders[3]; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 7. 28-Scott Bogucki[7]; 8. 52-Blake Hahn[20]; 9. 1J-Danny Jennings[8]; 10. 8-Devon Borden[18]; 11. 74B-Jake Bubak[13]; 12. 4-Austin Mundie[4]; 13. 17W-Harli White[22]; 14. 45X-Johnny Herrera[21]; 15. 24D-Danny Sams III[16]; 16. 11X-John Carney II[19]; 17. 14-Jordon Mallett[11]; 18. 9-Chase Randall[17]; 19. 24-Garet Williamson[23]; 20. 20G-Jake Greider[15]; 21. (DNF) 88-Travis Reber[10]; 22. (DNF) 71W-Weston Gorham[12]; 23. (DNF) 17G-Channin Tankersley[6]; 24. (DNF) 77X-Alex Hill[24]

Lap Leader(s): Roger Crockett 1-9, 18-30; Matt Covington 10-17
Hard Charger: Blake Hahn +12
High Point Driver: Austin Mundie
Provisional(s): Garet Williamson (Points); Alex Hill (Points)

2020 Driver Standings (Top 15 Final): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 2,442; 2. Roger Crockett 2,136; 3. Scott Bogucki 2,080; 4. Blake Hahn 2,011; 5. Harli White 1,998; 6. Jordon Mallett 1,986; 7. Dylan Westbrook 1,973; 8. Matt Covington 1,885; 9. Garet Williamson 1,752; 10. Danny Sams III 1,614; 11. Alex Hill 1,585; 12. Chase Randall 1,561; 13. Ryan Bickett 1,393; 14. Travis Reber 1,392; 15. Justin Sanders 1,222;

2020 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 8 (2/29 – Canyon Speedway Park; 6/25 – Caney Valley Speedway; 6/27 – I-30 Speedway; 7/17 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 9/13 – I-80 Speedway; 9/19 – Lucas Oil Speedway; 10/14 – I-30 Speedway; 10/16 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway); Mark Smith – 2 (9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway, 9/18 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (2/28 - Canyon Speedway Park); Brad Sweet – 1 (3/6 – Merced Speedway); Andy Forsberg – 1 (3/8 – Petaluma Speedway); Harli White – 1 (7/11 – Riverside International Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Lynton Jeffrey – 1 (8/7 – Knoxville Raceway); Kerry Madsen – 1 (8/8 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/9 – Southern Iowa Speedway); Derek Hagar - 1 (10/2 - I-30 Speedway); Roger Crockett – 1 (10/17 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway);

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Winner Shane Stewart (Trent Gower Photo)

HONOR AND PRIVILEGE: Shane Stewart Wins In Debut With Jason Johnson Racing At Lakeside
Jason Johnson Racing closes championship points gap and Brad Sweet extends his lead

KANSAS CITY, KS — Oct. 16, 2020 — Shane Stewart showed the emotion of a first time winner Friday night at Lakeside Speedway.

He bathed in confetti, waved the checkered flag with glee and smiled with pride for every photograph.

However, it was his 36th career World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory and his second of the 2020 season. What made it one of his most prized victories is he won driving for his late friend Jason Johnson’s team.

Stewart made his debut in the Jason Johnson Racing #41 car at Lakeside, sporting a red throwback scheme that resembled Johnson’s Knoxville Nationals winning car and kept it up front all night, leading every lap in the Feature.

“What’re the odds of just throwing a guy in car with a team he hasn’t worked with ever and go out and win an Outlaw race,” said Stewart, of Bixby, OK. “It just shows how well prepared this (JJR) race team is. It hasn’t sunk in yet. It probably won’t for a couple of days.”

Stewart and the team spent the early half of Friday getting his seat and seat belts fitted in the car, but Stewart felt at home the second he fired up the Mesilla Valley Transportation #41.

They unloaded with speed, qualifying seventh to start the night. Stewart then finished second in his Drydene Heat Race, placing him in the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash. With the luck of drawing the Dash pole, he went on to win the 6-lap race and claim the pole for the 30-lap Feature.

“Man, I’ve been in so many different cars now,” said Stewart, who has driven for five different teams in 2020. “I know measurements and where my seat needs to be to be comfortable. And it was close. You put your seat in and you change your belts, you really don’t know where you’re going to be until you start it. Once I started it, I knew I was going to be OK.”

When the Feature commenced, Stewart drag raced second-place Daryn Pittman to Turn 1. On entrance, Pittman went high while Stewart hammered his car down into the corner and slid up in front of Pittman by the exit of Turn 2. From then on, Stewart left everyone else to fight for second as he pulled away.

Sheldon Haudenschild made an early run at Pittman for the runner-up spot before fading late in the race. The hunter among the prey for the majority of the race was “The Big Cat” Brad Sweet. The reigning champion and current points leader wasted little time navigating through the field of cars in front of him. He was in the top-10 by Lap 2. He found the top-five by Lap 12. And then made his way to the podium by Lap 14.

Two cautions in that time frame helped Sweet make quick work on his charge forward. They also highlighted the strength of Stewart’s car, which lit a fuse and rocketed ahead of the field each restart.

With three laps to go, Sweet found another gear. He passed Pittman for second and closed to within a car length of Stewart on the final lap.

However, with his emotions in check, Stewart hit his marks and held off Sweet to claim the big win.

“I knew if someone was going to beat me tonight that they would have to have an exceptionally good car,” Stewart said. You just don’t get cars like that very often. I know why this team is fast. I’ve chased this (#41 car) a lot. In many different cars I’ve chased this car. Hats off to this (JJR) group. You can see they work together so well… Man what an honor to win for Jason and Bobbi (Johnson) and (crew chief) Philip (Dietz).”

With a runner-up finish, Sweet earned his first podium finish in five races.

“I didn’t quite do a good enough job,” said Sweet, of Grass Valley, CA. “We’ve got to do a little bit better to get this NAPA Auto Parts car back in Victory Lane. My guys gave me a great race car for the [Feature]. We just need to get a little better track position and I think we would’ve had a car to win tonight.”

He gained two points on his closest championship contender Logan Schuchart, who finished third after Pittman had a rear end issue on the final lap and fell to 16th. For the Shark Racing driver, it’s his second top-five finish in a row, but he’s again left wondering if it could’ve been better with a higher starting position.

“Just need to start up front,” said Schuchart, of Hanover, PA. “We’ve been so fast but coming from the back a lot. That 49 car is hard to beat. Just need to start up front. Great run. Nice to be on the podium.”

Stewart helped closed the points gap in the team championship with his win – JJR’s seventh win of 2020 – putting the team only eight points behind leader Kasey Kahne Racing. He’ll look to do so again on Saturday at Lake Ozark Speedway for the $15,000-to-win Jason Johnson Classic and win another race in Johnson’s honor.

“Our goal is to try and win that race tomorrow on behalf of Jason and it would be really special to sweep the weekend, but that’s hard to do,” Stewart said. “But what a win. What a win for me. It means a lot.”


The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, on Sat., Oct. 16, returns to Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, MO for the $15,000-to-win Jason Johnson Classic. Click here for tickets.

If you can’t make it to track, you can watch all of the action live on DIRTVision.

Race Results: 10/16/20 – Lakeside Speedway

NOS Energy Drink Feature (30 Laps) – 1. 41-Shane Stewart [1][$10,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [13][$5,500]; 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart [9][$3,200]; 4. 14S-Tim Kaeding [3][$2,800]; 5. 9-James McFadden [10][$2,500]; 6. 14-David Gravel [17][$2,300]; 7. 2M-Kerry Madsen [7][$2,200]; 8. 15-Donny Schatz [14][$2,100]; 9. 71-Parker Price-Miller [15][$2,050]; 10. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [4][$2,000]; 11. 21-Brian Brown [19][$1,500]; 12. 2-Carson Macedo [5][$1,200]; 13. 21X-Christopher Bell [8][$1,100]; 14. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [11][$1,050]; 15. 1A-Jacob Allen [6][$1,000]; 16. 72-Daryn Pittman [2][$900]; 17. 7S-Jason Sides [21][$800]; 18. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [23][$800]; 19. 83-Dominic Scelzi [24][$800]; 20. 3-Ayrton Gennetten [16][$800]; 21. 87-Aaron Reutzel [20][$800]; 22. 18-Gio Scelzi [18][$800]; 23. 11-Ian Madsen [12][$800]; 24. 26-Cory Eliason [22][$800];
Lap Leaders: Shane Stewart 1-30;
KSE Hard Charger Award: 49-Brad Sweet[+11]

Qualifying – 1. 1A-Jacob Allen, 13.613; 2. 14S-Tim Kaeding, 13.638; 3. 72-Daryn Pittman, 13.641; 4. 21X-Christopher Bell, 13.647; 5. 2-Carson Macedo, 13.717; 6. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.719; 7. 41-Shane Stewart, 13.727; 8. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 13.729; 9. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 13.731; 10. 18-Gio Scelzi, 13.734; 11. 71-Parker Price-Miller, 13.751; 12. 11-Ian Madsen, 13.763; 13. 49-Brad Sweet, 13.768; 14. 9-James McFadden, 13.773; 15. 7BC-Tyler Courtney, 13.774; 16. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, 13.859; 17. 14-David Gravel, 13.866; 18. 15-Donny Schatz, 13.885; 19. 7S-Jason Sides, 13.893; 20. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg, 13.909; 21. 26-Cory Eliason, 13.92; 22. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 13.921; 23. 21-Brian Brown, 13.965; 24. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 14.007; 25. 83-Dominic Scelzi, 14.05; 26. 99-Skylar Gee, 14.135; 27. 24-Terry McCarl, 14.167; 28. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer, 14.171; 29. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 14.184; 30. 35-Skylar Prochaska, 14.228; 31. 6-Bill Rose, 14.262; 32. 33M-Mason Daniel, 14.548; 33. 9W-Chris Morgan, 14.82; 34. O5-Colin Smith, 15.068; 35. 101-Wyatt Burks, 15.171; 36. 17A-Austin McCarl, 15.559

DRYDENE Heat #1 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 1A-Jacob Allen [1]; 2. 2-Carson Macedo [2]; 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart [3]; 4. 49-Brad Sweet [4]; 5. 14-David Gravel [5]; 6. 26-Cory Eliason [6]; 7. 83-Dominic Scelzi [7]; 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser [8]; 9. 9W-Chris Morgan [9]

DRYDENE Heat #2 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 14S-Tim Kaeding [1]; 2. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [2]; 3. 9-James McFadden [4]; 4. 15-Donny Schatz [5]; 5. 18-Gio Scelzi [3]; 6. 2C-Wayne Johnson [6]; 7. 99-Skylar Gee [7]; 8. 35-Skylar Prochaska [8]; 9. O5-Colin Smith [9]

DRYDENE Heat #3 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 72-Daryn Pittman [1]; 2. 41-Shane Stewart [2]; 3. 7BC-Tyler Courtney [4]; 4. 71-Parker Price-Miller [3]; 5. 21-Brian Brown [6]; 6. 7S-Jason Sides [5]; 7. 24-Terry McCarl [7]; 8. 6-Bill Rose [8]; 9. 101-Wyatt Burks [9]

DRYDENE Heat #4 (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer – 1. 21X-Christopher Bell [1]; 2. 2M-Kerry Madsen [2]; 3. 11-Ian Madsen [3]; 4. 3-Ayrton Gennetten [4]; 5. 87-Aaron Reutzel [6]; 6. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [5]; 7. 33M-Mason Daniel [8]; 8. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [7]

DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash (6 Laps) – 1. 41-Shane Stewart [1]; 2. 72-Daryn Pittman [4]; 3. 14S-Tim Kaeding [3]; 4. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [8]; 5. 2-Carson Macedo [2]; 6. 1A-Jacob Allen [5]; 7. 2M-Kerry Madsen [6]; 8. 21X-Christopher Bell [7]

Last Chance Showdown (12 Laps) – Top 4 Transfer – 1. 7S-Jason Sides [1][-]; 2. 26-Cory Eliason [3][-]; 3. 55-Hunter Schuerenberg [2][-]; 4. 83-Dominic Scelzi [5][-]; 5. 11K-Kraig Kinser [9][$300]; 6. 24-Terry McCarl [7][$250]; 7. 99-Skylar Gee [6][$225]; 8. 33M-Mason Daniel [8][$200]; 9. 35-Skylar Prochaska [10][$200]; 10. 6-Bill Rose [11][$200]; 11. O5-Colin Smith [14][$200]; 12. 9W-Chris Morgan [13][$200]; 13. 2C-Wayne Johnson [4][$200]; 14. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer [12][$200]; 15. 101-Wyatt Burks [15][$200]; 16. 17A-Austin McCarl [16][$200]

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ASCS National Sprint Series

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Wins Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals Prelim

Bryan Hulbert – MESQUITE, Texas (October 16, 2020) Picking up his eighth win of the season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. also made it eight career National Tour triumphs at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway Friday night.

Winner Sam Hafertepe Jr

Winning the 47th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals opener the second year in a row, Hafertepe led start-to-finish behind the wheel of the Hills Racing No. 15h. The win also moves Sam to third on the all-time win list with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, passing Wayne Johnson with his 55th career triumph.

“Every time we come to the Bowl, we want to win. This place means a lot to me just because I have so many family and friends around here, and with COVID this year, we really haven’t been able to race here, so it was good to come back and win,” stated Sam.

“I was actually a little nervous with the car coming into the night. We wrecked at Short Track, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect tonight. We’re still dialing it in, but we got it rolling really good in the Feature, and honestly, was one of the better cars I’ve had to roll the cushion here.”

Fending off early charges from Jack Dover and cautions throughout the night’s 25-lap affair, Sam pulled the field by 3.643-seconds when all was said and done. Making it to second after a caution working Lap 16, Scott Bogucki made a hair raising pass on Jack Dover and Justin Sanders through the third and fourth turn to get the position, and also made himself the night’s Hard Charger.

Dover held on for third, with Blake Hahn moving up to fourth after falling back early on. Justin Sanders slipped to fifth.

Knocking on the door of a top-five finish several times, John Carney II settled for sixth with Jordon Mallett seventh. Running fourth the until Lap 13, Harli White ended up eighth with Matt Covington making several do or die moves to advance from 16th to ninth. Colorado’s Jake Bubak completed the top ten.

The 47th Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals concludes on Saturday, October 17, with IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, USRA Limited Modifieds, and Texas Winged Modifieds joining the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.

Devil’s Bowl Speedway is located at 1711 Lawson Rd. in Mesquite, Texas. Admission is $25 with Seniors, Military, and Kids 13-15 admitted for only $10. Children 12 and under are free into the grandstands. Track information and directions are online at

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Race Results:

ASCS National Tour | ASCS Lone Star Region
Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas)
47th Winter Nationals (Night 1)
Friday, October 16, 2020

Car Count: 39

SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 16 in Passing Points advance to the A-Feature)

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 53-Jack Dover[2]; 2. 77X-Alex Hill[1]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[3]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III[6]; 5. 2X-Tucker Doughty[4]; 6. 8-Devon Borden[7]; 7. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[5]; 8. (DNS) 17G-Channin Tankersley

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Austin Mundie[1]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[5]; 3. 1S-Joey Schmidt[2]; 4. 11-Roger Crockett[3]; 5. 1J-Danny Jennings[8]; 6. 55B-Brandon Anderson[6]; 7. (DNF) 48-Cody Stacy[7]; 8. (DNF) 11A-Austin O'Neal[4]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Chris Martin[2]; 2. 9-Chase Randall[1]; 3. 74B-Jake Bubak[4]; 4. 24-Garet Williamson[6]; 5. 72-Chris Tarrant[5]; 6. 20G-Jake Greider[7]; 7. 12-Brandon Howle[3]; 8. (DNS) 33-Mike Merrell

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 2. 17W-Harli White[4]; 3. 11X-John Carney II[5]; 4. 88-Travis Reber[2]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price[6]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera[7]; 7. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 8. 82C-Christian Kinnisen[1]

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 2. 16A-Justin Sanders[6]; 3. 28-Scott Bogucki[5]; 4. 22X-Steven Shebester[3]; 5. 45-Martin Edwards[4]; 6. 19-Colby Thornhill[7]; 7. (DNF) 6M-Blake Mallory[1]

BMRS B-Feature (Top 3 advance to the A-Feature)

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 11-Roger Crockett[2]; 2. 2X-Tucker Doughty[3]; 3. 45-Martin Edwards[5]; 4. 88-Travis Reber[4]; 5. 20G-Jake Greider[6]; 6. 17B-Ryan Bickett[8]; 7. 19-Colby Thornhill[7]; 8. (DNF) 1S-Joey Schmidt[1]; 9. (DNF) 47X-Dylan Westbrook[9]; 10. (DNF) 33-Mike Merrell[10]; 11. (DNS) 6M-Blake Mallory; 12. (DNS) 17G-Channin Tankersley

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 21P-Robbie Price[3]; 2. 24D-Danny Sams III[1]; 3. 45X-Johnny Herrera[6]; 4. 22X-Steven Shebester[2]; 5. 55B-Brandon Anderson[7]; 6. 8-Devon Borden[5]; 7. 82C-Christian Kinnisen[10]; 8. 12-Brandon Howle[9]; 9. (DNF) 72-Chris Tarrant[4]; 10. (DNF) 48-Cody Stacy[8]; 11. (DNS) 11A-Austin O'Neal A-Feature

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[1]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki[10]; 3. 53-Jack Dover[2]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[7]; 5. 16A-Justin Sanders[4]; 6. 11X-John Carney II[9]; 7. 14-Jordon Mallett[3]; 8. 17W-Harli White[5]; 9. 95-Matt Covington[16]; 10. 74B-Jake Bubak[13]; 11. 2X-Tucker Doughty[19]; 12. 11-Roger Crockett[17]; 13. 44-Chris Martin[8]; 14. 24D-Danny Sams III[20]; 15. 9-Chase Randall[12]; 16. 24-Garet Williamson[14]; 17. 17B-Ryan Bickett[24]; 18. 4-Austin Mundie[6]; 19. 48-Cody Stacy[25]; 20. 45-Martin Edwards[21]; 21. 77X-Alex Hill[11]; 22. 1J-Danny Jennings[15]; 23. 21P-Robbie Price[18]; 24. 45X-Johnny Herrera[22]; 25. 47X-Dylan Westbrook[23]

Lap Leader(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr, 1-25
Hard Charger: Scott Bogucki +8
High Point Driver: Justin Sanders
Provisional(s): Dylan Westbrook (Points); Ryan Bickett (Points); Cody Stacy (Regional)

2020 Driver Standings (Top 15): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 2,307; 2. Roger Crockett 1,986; 3. Scott Bogucki 1,961; 4. Blake Hahn 1,895; 5. Harli White 1,894; 6. Jordon Mallett 1,890; 7. Dylan Westbrook 1,851; 8. Matt Covington 1,743; 9. Garet Williamson 1,687; 10. Alex Hill 1,520; 11. Danny Sams III 1,514; 12. Chase Randall 1,467; 13. Ryan Bickett 1,328; 14. Travis Reber 1,302; 15. Justin Sanders 1,097;

2020 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. – 8 (2/29 – Canyon Speedway Park; 6/25 – Caney Valley Speedway; 6/27 – I-30 Speedway; 7/17 – U.S. 36 Raceway; 9/13 – I-80 Speedway; 9/19 – Lucas Oil Speedway; 10/14 – I-30 Speedway; 10/16 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway); Mark Smith – 2 (9/17 – Lucas Oil Speedway, 9/18 – Lucas Oil Speedway); Matt Covington - 1 (2/28 - Canyon Speedway Park); Brad Sweet – 1 (3/6 – Merced Speedway); Andy Forsberg – 1 (3/8 – Petaluma Speedway); Harli White – 1 (7/11 – Riverside International Speedway); Austin McCarl – 1 (8/6 – Knoxville Raceway); Lynton Jeffrey – 1 (8/7 – Knoxville Raceway); Kerry Madsen – 1 (8/8 – Knoxville Raceway); Brian Brown – 1 (8/9 – Southern Iowa Speedway); Derek Hagar - 1 (10/2 - I-30 Speedway);