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Archive for September, 2005

Coke, DTWC & Steve Francis Make Appearances

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Superstar dirt Late Model racer Steve Francis, a former Dirt Track World Championship winner, will be making three personal appearances on behalf of Coca-Cola and the Dirt Track World Championship to meet and greet race fans. Francis, of Ashland, KY, will be on hand with his #15 Mopar dirt Late Model at three area Kroger grocery stores. In addition to meeting Francis and getting autographs, each store has a display of Francis and his car with entry forms for two free tickets to the upcoming race. Fans attending will also have a chance at free samples and giveaways during each appearance. Two Dirt Track World Championship tickets, good for all three days, will be awarded at each Kroger store where Francis will appear.

On Tuesday October 4 Francis, known as the ‘Kentucky Colonel’, will appear from 4:00- 6:00 PM at the Kroger store located at 997 North Bridge Street in Chillicothe. Also on hand will be a live radio remote with 100.1 out of Waverly, OH. For more store information telephone: 740-773-2901.

On Wednesday October 5 Francis will appear at the Kroger store at 811 Gay Street in Portsmouth, OH from 4:00- 6:00 PM. A live radio remote will air over 99.3 MIX out in Portsmouth. For more store information telephone: 740-355-1414.

On Wednesday October 12 the Kentucky Colonel will appear at the Kroger store at 530 E. Main Street in Jackson, OH from 4:00 – 6:00 PM. Along with Francis and his car a live radio remote will air via WKOV 96.7 in Jackson.

At each location there will be entry blanks and boxes for fans to register to win free passes to the Dirt Track World Championship. Each store will award two free tickets.

The 25th Annual Dirt Track World Championship presented by Arizona Sport Shirts kicks off on Thursday evening October 13 with an open practice session. Qualifying and heat races will be held on Friday evening October 14 with the consolation race, a non-qualifiers race and the 100-lap Dirt Track World Championship presented by Arizona Sport Shirts to be held on Saturday evening October 15. Sunday October 16 will serve as the rain date.

Advance sale tickets, especially reserved seating, is going swiftly and race fans are encouraged to order early. Presale prices for individual tickets are $40 for adult general admission, $10 for children general admission ages 6-11 with children under age six admitted free for general admission. The deadline for ordering presale tickets is October 1, 2005. All tickets pre-ordered will begin being mailed out on September 15, 2005. A presale three-day pit pass will be offered for $50.

After the October 1 presale deadline expires tickets prices will be $50 for adult general admission, $15 children general admission ages 6-11 with children under age six admitted free for general admission. Three-day pit passes will be $60.

Special reserved seating is also being made available for the 25th Anniversary Dirt Track World Championship presented by Arizona Sport Shirts. The top five rows of the grandstands, including the main grandstands and the soon-to-be-constructed new grandstands in turn four, will be mandated reserved seating. Presale tickets for reserved seating are $45 per ticket. After October 1 reserved seating will be $55. Reserved seating ticket prices for children age 11 and under will be $15 per ticket presale and $20 per ticket after October 1. A seating chart is available on the KC Raceway website (www.kc-raceway.com) and race fans may pick their preferred seats on a first-come, first-served basis.

To purchase presale tickets and pit passes and/or to pre-enter a driver, money orders, cashier’s checks and credit cards may be used. The DTWC will accept presale credit card orders with Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express. To place your credit card order telephone the DTWC office toll free: 800.536.5277. The website address is: www.dtwc.net

Tickets are also available via mail order by sending a money order or cashier’s check to: DTWC, P.O. Box 349, Powell, TN 37849.

Heat race, B Main & promotional sponsors include VP Racing Fuels, Mark Richards Racing/Rocket Chassis, Scott Racing Wire, Cropper Racing Engines, Woodward Steering, Oval Craft, Coca-Cola, Design 500, Dirt Late Model Magazine, Impact Racing, On The Edge, Arizona Sport Shirts and Dirt Nation™ presented by Lucas Oil. Additional sponsors will be announced soon.

NSCL’s Graham & ‘The Doctor’ Make First Dirt Nation™ Visits

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Barry Graham of the newly formed National Sprint Car League will make his first appearance on the show Monday night as he will discuss the new Sprint Car sanctioning organization that he will be heading with Richard & Kyle Petty.

Danny ‘The Doctor’ Johnson of Phelps, NY, one of the top Modified stars in the country will also be making his first appearance on Dirt Nation™ presented by Lucas Oil. Johnson currently drives the J&J Shop/Planned Poultry Renovations #27 Teo Pro Car.

Noted track promoter Mike Swims of Dixie and Rome speedways, who also serves as a consultant to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, will make a return visit to the show to talk about the upcoming 16th Annual Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout that will be held October 7-8. Swims will also discuss the current state of the sport.

Stopping by to talk about the upcoming Fall Fest XI at Challenger Raceway will be MACS Late Model Series Race Coordinator Jeff Geesey and MACS regular and defending Fall Fest champion & MACS champion Robbie Blair of Titusville, PA who drives the Rocket Chassis/Draime Racing Engines Monte Carlo #WON11 sponsored by Bossard’s Used Auto Parts, Specialty Products, Maloney Tool & Mold, Chelby’s Hair & Tanning Garage, Farr Motorsports, VP Racing Fuels and Slavic Custom Racing Shirts. Fall Fest XI will be held October 7-9.

Dirt Nation™ presented by Lucas Oil is hosted each Monday evening by Dave Seay and Doc Lehman and airs from 8:00 – 10:00 PM EST and can be accessed over the internet at: http://www.racetalklive.com Dirt Nation™ presented by Lucas Oil is co-sponsored by Virginia Motor Speedway, Dirt America Online, Slavic Custom Shirts and JD3Graphics.

Each show is also archived ‘On Demand’ so listeners can tune in at their convenience.

Listeners can participate on the Monday shows by calling 877-899-7223 or by instant messenger at dirtnation2003 at any of the following instant messenger services online: AIM, MSN or yahoo or dirtnationradio on Yahoo. You can also e-mail Dirt Nation™ at dirtnationradio@yahoo.com and submit your track/tour/team results and news to DocLehman@sssnet.com Dirt Nation™ presented by Lucas Oil can also be heard on its host radio station, WLRT FOX 1490 AM in Hampton, VA. For additional information on DIRT NATION™ presented by Lucas Oil contact Dave Seay at: 804.758.1867 or via email at: dave@vamotorspeedway.com Or email Doc Lehman at DocLehman@sssnet.com

Dirt Racers Radio Spotlights Late Models & Sprints

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Jamie Martin, 21, a Sprint Car phenom from Wooster, OH, spent much of his career racing and winning in 360 Sprint Cars. During 2005 Martin ran 360 Sprint races as well as starting a 410 Sprint Car career. A regular at Mercer Raceway Park, Martin runs the family owned #15 Sprint Car sponsored by Orrville Trucking & Grading, Santmyer Oil, Roto-Rooter, K&N Air Filters, Outerwears Racing Accessories, Draime Racing Engines, Wirt Towing, Dalton Car Wash and PEL Electric.

Jeff Geesey of the MACS Late Model Series will appear to discuss the upcoming Fall Fest XI at Jack and Donna Lentz’ Challenger Raceway in Indiana, PA that will be held October 7-9 and will pay the winner $20,000.

Also appearing on the show will be noted Sprint Car reporter Jerry Reigle, a reporter for the Harrisburgh (PA) Patriot daily newspaper and Area Auto Racing News, a motorsprots trade publication. Reigle will talk about the newly announced National Sprint Car League and how it may affect the World of Outlaw Sprint Cars sanctioning body.

A full slate of results and driver & team news will also be on tap as well as the usual selection of prizes given out each week during the show.

The new Dirt Racers Radio program, hosted by Doc Lehman & Ryan Pearson, airs every Sunday evening from 6:00 – 8:00 PM EST during it’s regular time slot and is available via the internet at: www.WQKT.com Email: dirtracersradio@yahoo.com

Petersen/White Lightning to Start Petit Enduro from Third

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Long will be joined by Jörg Bergmeister (Langenfeld, Germany) and Craig Stanton (Long Beach, Calif.) behind the wheel of the No. 31 Porsche in the eighth annual Road Atlanta event. The Michael Petersen-owned team has won the season-opening Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring as well as the two most recent rounds on the ALMS schedule already this season and holds a 12 point lead in the driver championship and a two point lead in the team championship with 26 points available this weekend and an additional 23 markers at the season-finale at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on October 15th.

Long’s lap on the 2.54-mile, 12 turn facility was the team’s quickest of the weekend and positions the team strongly for the endurance event. Tomorrow’s race will begin at approximately 11:20 AM (EDT) and will run into the night as the Petersen/ White Lightning team challenges for their fourth victory of the season and their first at the Petit Le Mans. A win at Saturday’s race will place them as part of an elite group of sports car racing teams that have won two 24 Hours of Le Mans (the Dale White-managed team won in GT class in both 2003, 2004), the 12 Hours of Sebring (2005), the 24 Hours At Daytona (2001) and the Six Hours At the Glen (1998). The team has also had remarkable success in off-road racing where they have won four straight Baja 1000s and Baja 500 events. A victory would also be the third straight Petit title for Bergmeister and, while a first for Long and Stanton, each have earned podiums at the track before.

The Petit Le Mans can be seen live on SPEED, Saturday, October 1 beginning at 11 AM (EDT). Live timing and scoring for all sessions as well as the Petersen Paddock Cam presented by Firetide can be viewed at www.AmericanLeMans.com.

Quotes…

Mike Petersen, owner: “P3 [position three] is not exactly where we wanted to be but it’s a fairly good spot to be in for the long race that is quickly approaching. Many, many things can happen. We’re going to do what we’ve done all year and that’s to go for the win; second-place is not really an option for us. We’ll throw the dice down and see if we get Yahtzee.”

Dale White, team manager: “This week is going pretty much to plan. We would have loved a pole position here but we are interested in the win. We’ve been focusing all of our time on getting the guys a car they can race fast for a full stint, hour after hour. The whole team is really focused, the drivers are working well together to get the right setup and I feel good about tomorrow. It’s a long race and anything can happen, but the more things you plan for, the less ‘luck’ is required to do well.”

Jörg Bergmeister, driver: “This is like a 10 hour sprint race. It isn’t like you can take care of the car or anything like that. You have to push from the beginning to the end. Otherwise, you will just fall back and suffer. So we will just push like we did all season. I think we should have a good racecar. The car felt really good on used tires. I am pretty optimistic. We still need to work on it a little in the morning warm-up but I feel that we can run with the 23 and 24 cars. We’ll try to be right there.”

Patrick Long, driver: “I’m pretty happy with how qualifying went. I think we got the most out of the car that was there. Our focus, as always, was on the race setup because this is a long race. We’ll know by the end of the first stint where everyone settles in. But, until then, our focus is on our own program and making sure we do the best that we can do. Everything else is in the hands of the race.”

Craig Stanton, driver: “We’ve had a great two days on the track. It’s great driving with Jörg and Patrick. They are two highly motivated, professional drivers. It’s been fun to reunite with the team that I drove with the previous two years. It’s a win-win situation all the way around for me. The weather’s going to be good, there are a lot of fans here and I have a good feeling for the race. I want to thank Dale and Mike for the opportunity.”

More on Petersen Motorsports/ White Lightning Racing can be found at www.PetersenMotorsports.com. Learn more about Porsche at www.Porsche.com.

Mahlstedt Scores in Fall Festival Opener

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Mahlstedt, who is the current points leader in the AFCO Challenge — a $3,000-to-win “mini-series” comprised of the final 10 points events for the O’Reilly USMTS, pocketed $1,000 for the victory with a last-lap pass of Al Hejna in the 25-lap main event.

Hejna took the lead at the drop of the green flag with polesitter Mahlstedt giving chase. With several three- and four-wide battles going on behind them, Mahlstedt wrestled the lead away from Hejna on lap 13 but surrendered the point back to Clear Lake driver two laps later.

With the white flag waving, Mahlstedt charged to the inside of Hejna to grab the top spot and go on to win the race to the checkered flag. Hejna’s younger brother, Mike, also slipped by and took the runner-up spot at the finish.

Mark Elliott of Webster City scored a fourth-place paycheck while Colcord, Okla.’s Jason Hughes rounded out the top-5 finishers.

Long-tow pro George White of Ft. Worth, Texas, raced from the 21st starting spot to finish 10th, earning the Olympic Fire Protection Hard Charger honors.

In Thursday’s Stock Car action, Tom Schmitt of Independence continued his winning ways as he won his second main event in a row at the 3/8-mile oval. In his last visit to the Britt speedplant on Aug. 12, Schmitt captured the USRA Stock Car Nationals victory and a $6,600 payoff.

Kevin Opheim of Mason City, Iowa, took Thursday’s runner-up spot behind Schmitt, with Scott Bauer of Riceville, Rodney Necker of Sumner and Ryan Watnem of Humboldt completing the top-5 finishers. Jeff Nielsen of Pocahontas grabbed the sixth and final transfer spot for the inside row of Saturday’s $3,000-to-win main event.

In Hobby Stock action, Donovan Smith of Lake City out-gunned Dan Haugland of Crystal Lake to take the checkers. Smith’s brother, Dustin, finished third, followed by Calvin Lange of Humboldt and Britt’s John Madson. Randy Hadacek of Britt grabbed the sixth and final transfer spot for the inside row of Saturday’s $1,000-to-win main event.

Jake Simpson of Algona held off Marshalltown’s Ryan Gustin for the win in the B-Modified main event. Following the race, however, Gustin was disqualified for an equipment infraction, moving up Matt Lettow of Roland into the second-place finish. Toby Boothroyd of Britt was credited with third, while Dustin Brown of Thornton finished fourth and Forest City’s Jesse Hoeft got fifth. Jeramie Faber of Britt grabbed the sixth and final transfer spot for the inside row of Saturday’s $1,000-to-win main event.

Friday night will feature another $1,000-to-win main event for the O’Reilly USMTS, with the top 4 points-earners from the first two nights garnering an automatic spot in the 12-car redraw for Saturday’s $10,000-to-win American Racer Fall Festival finale.

Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks and B-Modifieds will be battling for the first six spots in the outside of row of their respective feature races on Saturday.

Friday will also feature 2450-lb. Modifieds racing for $500 to win (no entry fee) and $50 to start the main event. Rules for this class will be American Racer G60 tires, no spoilers, no roller cams, no aluminum heads and a minimum weight rule of 2,450 pounds.

Gates will open at 3:30 p.m. with the first race slated for 6:30. General admission grandstand tickets are $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12 and FREE for children 5 and under. Pit passes are $25.

The Hancock County Speedway is located 1.3 miles south of U.S. Hwy. 18 on James St. (turns into Main Ave. and Diagonal and 1st), then 0.5 mile east on 220th Ave., then 0.1 mile north on Jewel Ave., then east (at the Hancock County Fairgrounds).

For more information, contact the USMTS office by calling 515-832-7944 or email Race Director Todd Staley at todd@usmts.com. The O’Reilly Auto Parts United States Modified Touring Series is online at www.USMTS.com. The Hancock County Speedway is online at www.HancockCoSpeedway.com.

OFFICIAL RESULTS
O’Reilly Auto Parts United States Modified Touring Series
Inaugural American Racer Fall Festival – Night 1 of 3
Pritchard Family Auto Stores Hancock County Speedway, Britt, Iowa
Thursday, September 29, 2005

Showing finishing position, car number, driver, hometown and starting position in parentheses.

The top 20 drivers in passing points accumulated in the heat races will be locked into the “A” main, with the top 12 re-drawing for their starting positions.

B-MODIFIEDS

Heat #1:
1. 21l – Matt Lettow — Roland, IA (3)
2. 19 – Ryan Gustin — Marshalltown, IA (1)
3. 63 – Josh Meyer — Fairmont, MN (4)
4. 5 – Jake Simpson — Algona, IA (7)
5. 9 – Thomas Buns — Woden, IA (6)
6. 65D – Dustin Brown — Thornton, IA (5) DNF
7. 48 – Ron Scally — Waterloo, IA (2) DNS

Heat #2:
1. 33 – Travis Lain — Titonka, IA (3)
2. 71 – Toby Boothroyd — Britt, IA (5)
3. 21 – Jesse Hoeft — Forest City, IA (6)
4. 13 – Reed Brumm (2)
5. 3f – Jeramie Faber — Britt, IA (4)
6. 53 – Travis Woodbeck — Eagle Grove, IA (7) DNF
7. 25 – Doug Cook — Whittemore, IA (1) DNF

“A” Main:
1. 5 – Jake Simpson — Algona, IA (1)
2. 21l – Matt Lettow — Roland, IA (3)
3. 71 – Toby Boothroyd — Britt, IA (6)
4. 65D – Dustin Brown — Thornton, IA (11)
5. 21 – Jesse Hoeft — Forest City, IA (9)
6. 3f – Jeramie Faber — Britt, IA (10)
7. 25 – Doug Cook — Whittemore, IA (13)
8. 33 – Travis Lain — Titonka, IA (2)
9. 53 – Travis Woodbeck — Eagle Grove, IA (12) DNF
10. 13 – Reed Brumm (8) DNF
11. 63 – Josh Meyer — Fairmont, MN (4) -1 Lap
12. 9 – Thomas Buns — Woden, IA (7) DNS
13. 48 – Ron Scally — Waterloo, IA (14) DNS
14. 19 – Ryan Gustin — Marshalltown, IA (5) DQ

HOBBY STOCKS

Heat #1:
1. 2h – Dan Haugland — Crystal Lake, IA (3)
2. 43 – Calvin Lange — Humboldt, IA (1)
3. 00 – Andy Altenburg — Truman, MN (7)
4. 22 – John Madson — Britt, IA (2)
5. 69 – Scott Germundson — Mason City, IA (5)
6. 51 – Stac Schroeder — Clear Lake, IA (6) DNF
7. 24 – Chris Evenson — Algona, IA (4) DNS

Heat #2:
1. 35 – Donovan Smith — Lake City, IA (3)
2. 24s – Michael Schadendorf — Algona, IA (4)
3. 85 – Dustin Smith — Lake City, IA (5)
4. L5 – Gary Lalor — Eagle Grove, IA (6)
5. 5 – Randy Hadacek — Britt, IA (2)
6. 1r – Brad Ratcliff — Webster City, IA (1)

“A” Main:
1. 35 – Donovan Smith — Lake City, IA (2)
2. 2h – Dan Haugland — Crystal Lake, IA (4)
3. 85 – Dustin Smith — Lake City, IA (6)
4. 43 – Calvin Lange — Humboldt, IA (3)
5. 22 – John Madson — Britt, IA (8)
6. 5 – Randy Hadacek — Britt, IA (10)
7. L5 – Gary Lalor — Eagle Grove, IA (5)
8. 24s – Michael Schadendorf — Algona, IA (7)
9. 1r – Brad Ratcliff — Webster City, IA (11)
10. 69 – Scott Germundson — Mason City, IA (9)
11. 24 – Chris Evenson — Algona, IA (13)
12. 00 – Andy Altenburg — Truman, MN (1) DNF
13. 51 – Stac Schroeder — Clear Lake, IA (12) DNF

STOCK CARS

Heat #1:
1. 18 – Tom Schmitt — Independence, IA (6)
2. 29 – Matt Greiner — Washington, IA (4)
3. 44K – Kevin Opheim — Mason City, IA (1)
4. 3b – Andy Bruggeman — Garner, IA (2)
5. 29 – Scott Bauer — Riceville, IA (7)
6. t53 – Todd Foster — Webster City, IA (5)
7. 30 – Kenneth Even — Waterloo, IA (3)
8. 5x – Gary Lalor Jr. — Eagle Grove, IA (8)

Heat #2:
1. 42 – Jeff Nielsen — Pocahontas, IA (3)
2. 14 – Chad Palmer — Renwick, IA (2)
3. 99 – Rodney Necker — Sumner, IA (5)
4. 88 – Ryan Watnem — Humboldt, IA (7)
5. 21p – Larry Portis — North Springs, IA (1)
6. 18J – Tim Stupka — Eagle Grove, IA (6)
7. 52 – John Pletcher — Britt, IA (4) DNF

“A” Main:
1. 18 – Tom Schmitt — Independence, IA (7)
2. 44K – Kevin Opheim — Mason City, IA (2)
3. 29 – Scott Bauer — Riceville, IA (8)
4. 99 – Rodney Necker — Sumner, IA (9)
5. 88 – Ryan Watnem — Humboldt, IA (10)
6. 42 – Jeff Nielsen — Pocahontas, IA (5)
7. 14 – Chad Palmer — Renwick, IA (6)
8. 30 – Kenneth Even — Waterloo, IA (13)
9. 21p – Larry Portis — North Springs, IA (3)
10. 3b – Andy Bruggeman — Garner, IA (4)
11. 5x – Gary Lalor Jr. — Eagle Grove, IA (14)
12. t53 – Todd Foster — Webster City, IA (11)
13. 52 – John Pletcher — Britt, IA (15) DNF
14. 29 – Matt Greiner — Washington, IA (1) DNF
15. 18J – Tim Stupka — Eagle Grove, IA (12) DNF

O’REILLY AUTO PARTS UNITED STATES MODIFIED TOURING SERIES

Heat #1:
1. 12 – Mark Elliott — Webster City, IA (2)
2. 12 – Jason Hughes — Concold, OK (4)
3. 19 – Darin Duffy — Hazleton, IA (1)
4. 555 – Ryan Ruter — Kanawha, IA (6)
5. 10 – Jeremy Mills — Garner, IA (5)
6. 55 – Brian Shaw — Brownsville, MN (3)
7. 72 – Doug Hillson — Blooming Prairie, MN (7)
8. 50 – Brad Bakken — Garner, IA (8) DNF

Heat #2:
1. 7 – Al Hejna — Clear Lake, IA (1)
2. 33z – Zack VanderBeek — New Sharon, IA (3)
3. 7ii – Mike Hejna — Clear Lake, IA (5)
4. 74 – Mark Noble — Blooming Prairie, MN (4)
5. 83 – Willy Kraft — Lake Field, MN (6)
6. 94 – Alex Webner — Garner, IA (2)
7. 9g – Rick Gustin — Marshalltown, IA (7) DNF

Heat #3:
1. 3 – Kelly Shryock — Fertile, IA (2)
2. 26 – Brad McEwan — Storm Lake, IA (4)
3. 65 – Tommy Meyer — Blooming Prairie, MN (7)
4. 12M – Jason Miller — Osceola, WI (5)
5. 17 – Garry Oskerson — Fairmont, MN (3)
6. 25 – Keith Schmidt (1)
7. 100 – George White — Fort Worth, TX (6) DNF

Heat #4:
1. 21m – Dean Mahlstedt — Garner, IA (3)
2. 31 – Corey Dripps — Cedar Falls, IA (2)
3. 14 – Jon Tesch — Watertown, SD (5)
4. 17s – Mike Spaulding — Bemdji, MN (7)
5. 12J – Justin O’Brein — Volga, IA (1)
6. 10h – Todd Hanson — Clear Lake, IA (6)
7. 10X – Mike Steensma — Luverne, MN (4)

“B” Main #1:
1. 83 – Willy Kraft — Lake Field, MN (3)
2. 19 – Darin Duffy — Hazleton, IA (1)
3. 17 – Garry Oskerson — Fairmont, MN (4)
4. 50 – Brad Bakken — Garner, IA (9)
5. 100 – George White — Fort Worth, TX (8)
6. 55 – Brian Shaw — Brownsville, MN (5)
7. 25 – Keith Schmidt (6)
8. 12M – Jason Miller — Osceola, WI (2)
9. 72 – Doug Hillson — Blooming Prairie, MN (7) DNS

“B” Main #2:
1. 555 – Ryan Ruter — Kanawha, IA (1)
2. 10 – Jeremy Mills — Garner, IA (3)
3. 12J – Justin O’Brein — Volga, IA (4)
4. 94 – Alex Webner — Garner, IA (5)
5. 10X – Mike Steensma — Luverne, MN (8)
6. 74 – Mark Noble — Blooming Prairie, MN (2) DNF
7. 10h – Todd Hanson — Clear Lake, IA (6) DNF
8. 9g – Rick Gustin — Marshalltown, IA (7) DNS

“A” Main:
1. 21m – Dean Mahlstedt — Garner, IA (1)
2. 7ii – Mike Hejna — Clear Lake, IA (10)
3. 7 – Al Hejna — Clear Lake, IA (2)
4. 12 – Mark Elliott — Webster City, IA (3)
5. 12 – Jason Hughes — Concold, OK (5)
6. 65 – Tommy Meyer — Blooming Prairie, MN (6)
7. 14 – Jon Tesch — Watertown, SD (11)
8. 26 – Brad McEwan — Storm Lake, IA (8)
9. 555 – Ryan Ruter — Kanawha, IA (14)
10. 100 – George White — Fort Worth, TX (21)
11. 83 – Willy Kraft — Lake Field, MN (13)
12. 55 – Brian Shaw — Brownsville, MN (23)
13. 33z – Zack VanderBeek — New Sharon, IA (4)
14. 50 – Brad Bakken — Garner, IA (19)
15. 17s – Mike Spaulding — Bemdji, MN (12)
16. 10 – Jeremy Mills — Garner, IA (16)
17. 17 – Garry Oskerson — Fairmont, MN (17)
18. 31 – Corey Dripps — Cedar Falls, IA (9) DNF
19. 19 – Darin Duffy — Hazleton, IA (15) DNF
20. 12J – Justin O’Brein — Volga, IA (18) DNF
21. 3 – Kelly Shryock — Fertile, IA (7) DNF
22. 94 – Alex Webner — Garner, IA (20) DNF
23. 10X – Mike Steensma — Luverne, MN (22) DNF
24. 74 – Mark Noble — Blooming Prairie, MN (24) DNS