Topic: ALL STAR VS. NCRA EASTERN SHOWDOWN AT LINCOLN SPEEDWAY
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posted June 17, 2001 12:22 PM
ALL STAR VS. NCRA EASTERN SHOWDOWN
Feature (30 laps) - 1. Lance Dewease ($5,000); 2. Sean Michael ($2,500); 3.
Todd Shaffer ($1,700); 4. Fred Rahmer ($1,400); 5. Donnie Kreitz Jr.
($1,250); 6. Cris Eash ($1,200); 7. Steve Siegel ($1,150); 8. Jason Johnson
($1,100); 9. Chris Knopp ($1,050); 10. Dean Jacobs ($1,000); 11. Chad
Kemenah ($800); 12. Greg Hodnett ($600); 13. Travis Rilat ($520); 14. Kenny
Jacobs ($500); 15. Mike Wagner ($500); 16. Byron Reed ($500); 17. Aaron
Berryhill ($500); 18. Jeff Rohrbaugh ($500); 19. Danny Smith ($400); 20.
Johnny Mackison Jr. ($400)(DNF); 21. Darren Eash ($400)(DNF); 22. Curt
Michael ($400)(DNF); 23. Rodney Duncan ($400)(DNF); 24. Bobby Weaver
(Prov.)($400)(DNF); 25. Brian Ellenberger ($400)(DNF); 26. Gary Wright
(Prov.)($400)(DNF). No Time
Lap Leaders - Todd Shaffer (1-15), Lance Dewease (16-30)
Heat Winners - Jeff Rohrbaugh, Kenny Jacobs, Byron Reed, Travis Rilat
Dash Winner - Dean Jacobs
B-Main Winner - Brian Ellenberger
Time Trials (fast time) - Greg Hodnett, 13.389 seconds (100.829 MPH)
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posted June 17, 2001 12:27 PM
DEWEASE DOMINATES ALL-STAR/NCRA SHOWDOWN AT LINCOLN
Mont Alto's Lance Dewease has been running so good that even a dying
cylinder couldn't keep him from running away from a stout field in
Thursday's round two of the All Star-NCRA Eastern Showdown Series at Lincoln
Speedway. Dewease made it two for two against the invading All Stars and
NCRA sprinters after grabbing the lead from race-long leader Todd Shaffer on
the backstretch of the 16th lap and then running uncontested the rest of the
Dewease, who won the previous night at Bedford Speedway in the opening
night of action in the special All Star/NCRA Series, timed forth quick over
the 42-car field in time trials, but said his motor was going sour near the
end of the 30 lap contest.
"We had a good car last night and the crew worked real hard today in this
heat," said a victorious, and tired Dewease in victory lane. "The car was
good again tonight. We kind of had a cylinder we weren't sure about today.
We figured we'd run it and I think it was dying those last five laps. But
when the track gets slick like this, it don't kill you a whole lot."
Once passing Shaffer for the lead, Dewease drove away from the field, and
crossed 4.73 seconds ahead of a late charging Sean Michael, who got by
Shaffer on a 24th lap restart.
Shaffer hung on for third, with Fred Rahmer advancing from 14th to finish
fourth and Donnie Kreitz, Jr. completing the top five.
Dewease's second win of the year was the 13th of his career in the Pigeon
Hills, and brought the Joe Harz-owned Carl Harz Furniture/Hank's Performance
Products team $5,000 for his eighth overall win in 410 competition in 2001.
Littlestown's Sean Herrick started on the pole and led flag-to-flag in the
20-lap thundercar feature. Herrick has won both races that he's finished
this year. A wild battle for second saw Bobby Rudisill, Bobby Beard, Steve
Clabaugh, and Gary Potts shuffle Ken Berwager from second to sixth over of
the final lap.