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Lasoski gets UNOH All Star win in wild Huset’s finish

August 2nd, 2012

BRANDON, SD — When Danny Lasoski executed a 360 degree spin with just two laps remaining in Sunday night’s feature at
Huset’s Speedway, he thought his chances of winning were over. But, as he gathered his car back up and raced down the back stretch in fourth, luck would be on his side.

When the caution flew for a stalled car, new race leader Mark Dobmeier’s right rear tire lost air pressure and second place Lynton Jeffrey went pit side with mechanical problems. That handed the lead to Tim Shaffer, who had started 21st, as the field readied for a green, white, checkered finish. When the green came back out, Lasoski blasted around Shaffer and went on to score the University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions victory.

It marked Lasoski’s fourth UNOH All Star win of 2012 and the 37th of his career, placing him in a tie with Doug Wolfgang for 12 on the series’ all-time win list. For Lasoski, a three time Huset’s Speedway champion, it was his 41st victory at the track.

“That was a wild one. We went out and set the pace and I felt the rubber get down and I was just taking it easy and taking it easy. Then it started shaking real bad when I got behind a lapped car and Dobmeier ran over the front end there and turned me around and what ever happened and then he blew a tire and Timmy (Shaffer) got the lead. I waited until the last lap and I decided to go for broke and I got around the outside of him,” said Lasoski beside his Triple X Chassis, Kistler Engines, Klein Motors and RV’s, Creason Construction backed #33.

“I want to thank my guys, Triple X Chassis and Rich and my buddy Chris Straight. We have just a two man band and he works his tail off and we couldn’t do it without him. I want to thank Kistler Engines and the Michael Ross Foundation and Todd Creason they make it possible for us to be here, added Lasoski.

“Probably from about lap 15 on I didn’t even push the gas. I was just babying it and when I got behind lapped cars it got real tight. Sometimes it’s just better to be running second. I?m just glad to be back home here,” concluded Lasoski.

For Shaffer, a three time UNOH All Star champion and current series point leader, it was another podium finish.

“I took it a little too easy trying to save tires and Danny snuck by. You know, 21st to second?we?ll take it,” said Shaffer beside his VRP Shocks, Kistler Engines backed, Aaron Call/Janet Holbrook owned #83. “It’s getting tougher and tougher?everyone seems to be getting better and better.”

Watertown, Connecticut’s David Gravel would also continue his good runs with a third place finish.

“My tire was really bald. My crew guys told me to take it easy and I did I took it too easy throughout the whole race,? said Gravel of his P&M Transportation, Model Craft, Musco Fuels backed #89G. ?But we finished and we finished on the podium and I can?t complain about that. I love this place, you have to be aggressive and up on the wheel and the fans are great.

Lasoski and Ian Madsen would bring the field to the green, but a multi-car pileup would halt the action. When the green came back out, Lasoski would grab the lead over Dobmeier, Gravel, Justin Henderson and Terry McCarl. Thanks to the opening lap crash, Shaffer, who started 21st, would be 12th after the first lap and would drive into 10th a lap later.

Lasoski, Dobmeier and Gravel would continue to hold down the top three positions while 15th place starter Lynton Jeffrey moved into fourth by lap four. Jeffrey would drive around Gravel for third on lap 14 while Shaffer had worked his way up to fifth. Shaffer would grab fourth from Gravel on lap 17.

With three laps to go, Lasoski and Dobmeier would begin battling for the lead, and when they got together in turns one and two, Lasoski executed a 360 degree spin, falling back to fourth and handing the lead to Dobmeier. A stalled car would bring out the caution to set up a green, white, checkered over-time finish. But, during the caution, Dobmeier?s right rear tire lost air pressure and new leader Jeffrey would suffer mechanical problems. That put Shaffer, who had been sitting in fourth on lap 28, into the lead with Lasoski now second, Gravel third, McCarl fourth and Henderson fifth.

Shaffer would lead the field to the white and as they hit turns three and four on the last lap, Lasoski drove around ?The Steel City Outlaw? to take the checkered. Gravel would hold on to third with McCarl and Henderson rounding out the top five.

Dobmeier holds off Shaffer for Huset’s All Star win

August 18th, 2011

BRANDON, S.D. — Mark Dobmeier has been around long enough in sprint car racing to know when things are going well you don?t question it, you just ride it as long as you can. He did just that Sunday at Huset?s Speedway, wrestling the lhttp://allstarsprint.com/mailinglist/lt.php?id=N0UAAFBTCgUDGgQCBUgCVA%3D%3D
away from Justin Henderson at the half-way point and then withstood challenges from Tim Shaffer in traffic over the next eight laps then raced virtually uncontested during the final 7 laps to win the All Star Circuit of Champions event.

Coming off a qualifying night feature win during the 51st Annual Goodyear Knoxville Nationals and a sixth place run in sprint car racing’s “Super Bowl” the previous night, Dobmeier would record his 41st victory at the track and his first ever All Star victory. He now sits second on Huset’s all-time win list with 41 victories, behind Terry McCarl. It was also his fifth win of the year at the track where he leads the point’s standings as he battles for his fourth track championship.

“This team is as strong as it?s ever been?we?re just going to keep this deal rolling,” said Dobmeier beside his Lunstra/Dobmeier Racing #13. “When I see lapped cars I want it because that’s when we can gain spots. This car is just working so strong. I have to thank my crew, Dave Lunstra and my dad for putting this team together and all my great sponsors.”

“I took this race with a whole different approach than I did for the first All Star race here. I was pretty aggressive that first All Star race we had.” I think we would have won that one too but I was too aggressive and tapped the wall. I really had to retrain myself on this one. I was being very patient until we got about half-way through the race then we turned our wick up,” continued Dobmeier beside his Senski & Son Transfer/Right Choice Electric/Big Trucks by Jimco machine.

Henderson would grab the lead at the drop of the green with Dobmeier and David Gravel in pursuit. Gravel would get around Dobmeier for second, but would then tag the turn 3 wall, ending his night. On the restart Henderson would rocket away using the top groove and would soon catch the rear of the field. Once in traffic, Henderson?s lead evaporated as Dobmeier quickly closed. Dobmeier would execute a slider in turn four on lap 13 to briefly take the lead but Henderson would drive back into the top spot. On the next lap Dobmeier would drive under Henderson for the lead.

Meanwhile, two-time All Star champion Tim Shaffer would make a charge, using traffic to move into the second spot as Henderson began to fade. Dobmeier would struggle with heavy traffic allowing Shaffer to close. But once past the traffic, Dobmeier would rocket away his first career All Star win.

Shaffer ” coming off a 19th to fourth run at the Knoxville Nationals ” would come home second and build on his point lead in the All Star’s Great Plains Region and its $10,000 payday. He would also pad his point lead for the All Star’s National title.

“It’s all about putting a great show on for the fans and this was a fun place tonight,” said Shaffer beside his Aaron Call/Janet Holbrook owned machine.

“Earlier you could run the bottom and the top both and then when lapped traffic comes into play?that?s when it really gets exciting. It works out however it works out?we don?t know, we?re just hanging on to these things,” quipped Shaffer. “I have to thank Kistler Engines, Kistler Racing Products, VRP Shocks and all my crew for their hard work all season long.”

Three-time All Star champ Dale Blaney would come home third to stay within striking distance of Shaffer for the All Star?s national title.

“The track was really different than what it was a couple of weeks ago. If we would have gained a row in the dash we might have had a shot. It was a pretty good race there for awhile,” said Blaney beside his George Fisher Racing/Ti22 backed #2.

Now it?s on to AMSOIL Speedway in Superior, Wisconsin on Tuesday and Red River Valley Speedway in Fargo, N.D. on Wednesday to close out the All Star Circuit of Champions Thunder Through the Plains.

McCarl gets late race pass for Huset’s All Star win

August 3rd, 2011

BRANDON, S.D.- Different car, same results for Terry “TMAC” McCarl Sunday at Huset’s Speedway. McCarl, Huset’s all-time winningest driver, passed Tim Shaffer and Cap Henry with a lap and a half to go to score the All Star Circuit of Champions victory Sunday.

McCarl jumped into a familiar #24 but different car – he has been piloting the TK Concrete #55 most of the season – and took the machine to victory lane.

“I was kind of trying to move around and I saw Cap up top and Shaffer kept hanging around the bottom and I just made a move. These guys gave me a great race car. They talked me into driving this late today…we kind of just threw stuff together…everything just clicked,” said McCarl of his 15th career All Star win aboard Lynton Jeffrey’s back-up car. It was McCarl’s second win of the season at Huset’s and the 87th of his career (first all-time) at the track.

Cap Henry, the 2010 All Star Rookie of the Year, would grab the early lead in his Lucas Oil/FK Rod Ends/Stanton Mopar #04, with Huset’s point leader and four time feature winner Mark Dobmeier right on his rear bumper. Two-time and defending All Star champ Tim Shaffer would drive from his fifth place starting spot around McCarl on lap two to grab third. Disaster would strike for Dobmeier on lap 11 when he made contact with the wall, moving Shaffer to second with McCarl and three-time All Star champ Dale Blaney in pursuit.

By the half-way mark, Henry had the big crowd on their feet as he tagged the turn two wall lap after lap, but maintained the lead as traffic came into play. Shaffer would drive by Henry exiting turn two on lap 18, but the Bellevue, Ohio native fought back as they sliced and diced their way through traffic. With 10 laps to go Henry and Shaffer were side by side. Shaffer would lead lap 26, but Henry would rocket around the outside to grab the lead back.

While Henry and Shaffer were slugging it out, McCarl would close quickly. As the trio raced out of turn two on their way to the white flag, McCarl would execute a daring bottom run exiting turn two sling shot past both Henry and Shaffer to grab the lead. McCarl would go on to take the win over Henry, Shaffer, Blaney and Kings Royal winner Tyler Walker.

“With about three to go I had killed the right rear tire…it took rubber around the top. I was just trying to ride around and hang on till the finish. Terry must be a lot better than me at saving his tires,” said Henry of his fourth career runner-up finish with the All Stars. “I love this track…we always run good here.”

First Visit at Huset’s Speedway moved to July 31

July 24th, 2011

Camargo, IL – The All Star Circuit of Champions will invade Huset’s Speedway in Brandon, S.D. twice during the 2011 “Thunder Through the Plains” tour. The first $5,000-to-win affair will be on Sunday, July 31 (note, this date was originally scheduled for Aug. 2), and the second time will be held on Sunday, August 14.

Following are the dates of the 2011 “Thunder Through the Plains”:
July 28 -Red River Co-Op Speedway, Winnipeg, MB – $5,000 (rain date of July 29)
July 31 – Huset’s Speedway, Brandon, S.D. – $5,000
Aug. 3 – Red River Valley Speedway, Fargo, N.D. – $5,000 (rain date of Aug. 4)
Aug. 6 – Knoxville Raceway, Knoxville, Iowa – $5,000
Aug. 8 – Southern Iowa Speedway Front Row Challenge, Oskaloosa, Iowa, $10,000
Aug. 14 – Huset’s Speedway, Brandon, S.D., $5,000
Aug. 17 – Red River Valley Speedway, Fargo, N.D., $12,000
For more information please visit www.allstarsprint.com or call 217-253-8100.

Shryock kicks off USMTS Summer Speedweeks with nail-biting win at Huset’s Speedway

June 11th, 2011

BRANDON, S.D. – The USMTS Casey’s General Stores National Tour powered by Swan Energy kicked off twelve straight days of racing Tuesday at the Huset’s Speedway and ended the night with a nail-biter that saw Kelly Shryock in victory lane for third time at the high-banked 3/8-mile clay oval in Brandon, S.D. Scott Ward earned the AFCO Pole Award during heat race qualifying, redrew the pole position for the 40-lap WIX Filters “A” Main, and then beat Shryock to the flagstand to lead the first lap.

Ward, whose lone USMTS triumph came four years ago at his hometown Casino Speedway in Watertown, S.D., set a blistering pace before the first of two cautions came out on lap 9 when Ryan Ruter spun while trying to get around Shryock for second. On the restart, Ward again held Shryock at bay and continued to lead through lap 31 when a flat tire on Ruter’s machine slowed the action again. Using the high side of the racetrack, 11th-starting Colt Mather bolted to the front on the restart while Shryock followed suit and moved around Ward two laps later.

Diving back to the low side of the steep banking, Shryock pulled alongside Mather as the pair streaked beneath the white flag. One lap later, Shryock beat Mather to the finish line by a nose to record his fourth win of the 2011 campaign and first at the Huset’s Speedway since back-to-back wins in 2006 and 2007.

While Shryock pocketed $2,000 for his efforts, Mather settled for the runner-up paycheck ahead of Ryan Gustin, Ward and Rodney Sanders. Jason Grimes, Mike Steensma, Brandon Beckendorf, Al Hejna and Mike Gregg rounded out the top ten finishers.

With his third top five finish in three events in the Farm Boy BBQ Sauce Great Plains Region, Shryock gained control of the points standings while Jon Tesch dropped to second in the rankings after dropping out of Tuesday night’s feature race with just four laps remaining. Mather is third, followed by Ruter, Gustin, Grimes, Zack VanderBeek, Jason Krohn, Chase Junghans and Ward.

Five more events in the Farm Boy BBQ Sauce Great Plains Region are on tap as the rugged USMTS road warriors continue their grueling stretch of 17 races over the course of 19 days during Summer Speedweeks with a return to the Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, N.D., on Wednesday.

USMTS SUMMER SPEEDWEEKS:
Fri Jun 10 … Brown County Speedway, Aberdeen, S.D.
Sat Jun 11 . Jamestown Speedway, Jamestown, N.D.
Sun Jun 12 . Nobles County Speedway, Worthington, Minn.
Mon Jun 13 . Mineral City Speedway, Fort Dodge, Iowa
Tue Jun 14 . Fairmont Raceway, Fairmont, Minn.
Wed Jun 15 . Cresco Speedway, Cresco, Iowa
Thu Jun 16 . Central Wisconsin Raceway, Unity, Wis.
Fri Jun 17 . Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis.
Sat Jun 18 . Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis.
Tue Jun 21 . I-35 Speedway, Mason City, Iowa
Wed Jun 22 . Buena Vista Raceway, Alta, Iowa
Thu Jun 23 . Park Jefferson Speedway, Jefferson, S.D.
Fri Jun 24 . Rapid Speedway, Rock Rapids, Iowa
Sat Jun 25 . North Central Speedway, Brainerd, Minn.

Each event will pay $2,000 to the winner of the WIX Filters “A” Main, with more than $200,000 in total prize money up for grabs during the three-week adventure.

After a chaotic month of June, drivers will get a vacation of nearly three weeks before picking up the throttle again on Wednesday, July 13, at the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., where the USMTS Casey’s General Stores National Tour powered by Swan Energy will join the World of Outlaws Late Model Series for the first time at the legendary NAPA Gopher 50.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also follow the USMTS on Facebook, MySpace,cTwitter and YouTube.

Grueling slate begins Tuesday at Huset’s Speedway, takes USMTS road warriors to 17 tracks in 19 days

June 9th, 2011

BRANDON, S.D. – Six straight events in the Farm Boy BBQ Sauce Great Plains Region are on tap this week as the rugged USMTS road warriors embark on their most grueling stretch of races this week with 17 nights of racing over the course of 19
days.

What most race tracks and/or series do in a single season, the USMTS Casey’s General Stores National Tour powered by Swan Energy pounds into one month, beginning at the popular Huset’s Speedway in Brandon, S.D., on Tuesday, June 7, for the first of 12 straight nights of competition.

Kelly Shryock visited victory lane in the first two installments at the Huset’s Speedway in 2006 and 2007. Al Hejna emerged victorious in 2008, Jason Krohn was the winner in 2009 and Ryan Gustin is the defending champion of the event.

Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 7 and racing at 7:30.

Race fans can pick up $2-off discount coupons on Tuesday at all Casey’s General Stores locations in Brandon and Sioux Falls. For more information or to find the Casey’s location nearest you, check out www.caseys.com online.

The Huset’s Speedway is located east of Brandon on I-90 to Exit 406, then 2.5 miles south on SR 11. For more information, call the track office at 605-582-3819 or the track hotline on race day at 605-582-3536 or check out www.husets-speedway.com on the World Wide Web.

After racing at the high-banked 3/8-mile bullring, drivers will trek north on Wednesday and battle at the Red River Valley Speedway in Fargo, N.D., where Ken Schrader picked up his first ever USMTS win last season.

On Thursday the series will move south to the Casino Speedway in Watertown, S.D., then back to the north again with the second visit in as many seasons to the Brown County Speedway in Aberdeen, S.D., before rolling back to Don Gumke’s Jamestown Speedway in Jamestown, N.D., which has produced some of the best USMTS action in the past

Sunday, June 11, will see the series make its first of two appearances at the Nobles County Speedway in Worthington, Minn., and then on Monday the series will make its way back into the Hawkeye State for a visit to the Mineral City Speedway in Fort
Dodge.

Both of these last two races will also feature the popular Iron Man Challenge for USRA Karl Chevrolet Stock Cars and USRA Karl Performance Parts B-Mods.

On Tuesday, the USMTS Casey’s General Stores National Tour powered by Swan Energy will move to the north for a stop at Joe Ringsdorf’s Fairmont Raceway in Fairmont, Minn., before a move back to the east at the Cresco Speedway in Cresco, Iowa.

From there, it’s off to Wisconsin for the final three stops of this swing before the drivers and crews get a well-deserved couple of days to catch their collective breath.

The first-ever visit to the Central Wisconsin Speedway in Unity, Wis., takes place on Thursday, June 16, before making a much-anticipated return to the Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis., for two straight nights of $2,000-to-win racing action.

While off for two days, be sure to check out Apple River which is right by the Cedar Lake Speedway – a good way to spend your first day off relaxing and floating down the river with a few cold ones.

Racing action returns with a visit to the I-35 Speedway in Mason City, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 21, and then moves to the Buena Vista Raceway in Alta, Iowa, on Wednesday for the annual “Battle at The Beaver.”

Thursday will find the USMTS Modifieds back at the Park Jefferson Speedway in Jefferson, S.D., before the final two nights of action at the Rapid Speedway in Rock Rapids, Iowa, on Friday, June 24, with the final trek back to the north and the final stop of the grueling month of June at the newly-configured North Central Speedway in Brainerd, Minn.

Tue Jun 7 … Huset’s Speedway, Brandon, SD
Wed Jun 8 … Red River Valley Speedway, West Fargo, ND
Thu Jun 9 … Casino Speedway, Watertown, SD
Fri Jun 10 … Brown County Speedway, Aberdeen, SD
Sat Jun 11 . Jamestown Speedway, Jamestown, ND
Sun Jun 12 . Nobles County Speedway, Worthington, MN
Mon Jun 13 . Mineral City Speedway, Fort Dodge, IA
Tue Jun 14 . Fairmont Raceway, Fairmont, MN
Wed Jun 15 . Cresco Speedway, Cresco, IA
Thu Jun 16 . Central Wisconsin Raceway, Unity, WI
Fri Jun 17 . Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, WI
Sat Jun 18 . Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, WI
Tue Jun 21 . I-35 Speedway, Mason City, IA
Wed Jun 22 . Buena Vista Raceway, Alta, IA
Thu Jun 23 . Park Jefferson Speedway, Jefferson, SD
Fri Jun 24 . Rapid Speedway, Rock Rapids, IA
Sat Jun 25 . North Central Speedway, Brainerd, MN

Each event will pay $2,000 to the winner of the WIX Filters “A” Main, with more than $200,000 in total prize money up for grabs during the three-week adventure.

After a chaotic month of June, drivers will get a vacation of nearly three weeks before picking up the throttle again on Wednesday, July 13, at the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., where the USMTS Casey’s General Stores National Tour powered by Swan Energy will join the World of Outlaws Late Model Series for the first time at the legendary NAPA Gopher 50.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also follow the USMTS on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube.

Shaffer bags another Huset’s victory

August 7th, 2010

BRANDON, S.D.- One of the hottest sprint car drivers in the country the past two seasons, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania?s Tim Shaffer continued his hot streak Sunday on the third night of racing at Huset’s Speedway during the O’Reilly Auto Parts All Star Circuit of
Champions Thunder Through the Plains tour. Shaffer, aboard the Aaron Call/Janet Holbrook owned machine, won for the second consecutive night at the fast 3/8th-mile South Dakota track.

The win is Shaffer’s eighth All Star victory of 2010 and his 27th career win with the series as he continues to lead the point standings on route to a second straight championship and the $50,000 top prize.

“It’s a great weekend for us. It started a little rough (he tangled with another car Friday and ended the night in the pits), but it turned around. The guys never quit working on it and gave me a great race car,” said Shaffer beside his VRP Shocks, JRP Transportation, Kistler Engines, J&J Chassis backed machine. ?Sometimes it hurts you to be fast qualifier, but we made it through the heat okay. We weren?t too good in the dash but Brian (Kemenah, crew chief), Leonard and Bobby worked on it and got it great.”

Before the initial green, All Star regular Bill Rose would stall in turn four, pulling into the infield. On the start Shaffer was on the gas, followed by Tyler Walker. By the fifth circuit, Shaffer had pulled away to a half a straight way lead over Walker with Jonathan Allard in third. Shaffer was quickly into lapped traffic, allowing Walker to close by lap eight as he raced to Shaffer?s inside. Shaffer and Walker would swap the lead for the next several turns.

The battle would come to a halt on lap 10 when Clint Gardner?s machine stopped on the track. On the restart it was Shaffer, Walker and Allard battling for the lead, but it was brief, as Greg Wilson took a tumble in turn two on lap 11. Shaffer would set sail again on the ensuing restart, and his fast pace found ?The Steel City Outlaw? in lapped traffic again just two circuits later. Shaffer would pick off the back markers, putting four of them between himself and Walker.

On lap 24, Walker slipped up the track, allowing Allard to steal second. Shaffer would continue to cruise, taking the checkered. Meanwhile, Allard would blow a tire in turn 3 on the last lap, handing second back to Walker, with Tim Kaeding, Sammy Swindell and Kerry Madsen rounding out the top five.

?When I hit lapped traffic the first time, I had a problem getting the wing back and during the yellow I rolled it back pretty good and it made a big difference in the car. It made it balanced really great and made it a lot better for me to drive,? commented Shaffer about his Technique Roofing backed #83.

For Walker, it was also a good weekend, as he posted a third place showing on Friday.

?My guys keep doing everything right. I just keep screwing up. I don?t know?I just can?t seem to do anything right. I can?t get this thing in victory lane. I don?t know why,? said Walker beside his Peterbuilt, Hunter Truck Sales backed #17. ?I have the best car owners in the world in Jesse and Lorraine Keen. I was loose. I had my wing all the way back about seven laps into it so I knew if I didn?t try to get ahead of him quick I wouldn?t have another chance and I didn?t. I blistered my right rear trying to race
with Tim and then I was just a sitting duck. Shaffer and these guys are on top of their game and we got to try and do something to beat them.?

Huset?s Speedway was very kind to San Jose, California?s Tim Kaeding as he never finished out of the top three over the three nights of racing.

?We were really good. Bonzi gave me a great car all weekend. I just kind of played it conservative. Jonathan and Tyler were starting to race each other a little rough there, pushing each other around. It was like hopefully we?ll get a yellow here and we can at least save our tire a little bit. I can?t complain, Dennis and Theresa Roth gave me a great race car and the opportunity to come out here and have some fun. We rolled it in the top three all three nights and got a win so I?m not going to complain one bit,? said Kaeding beside his HR Cattle backed #83jr.

The Thunder Through the Plains continues Aug. 4 at Butler County Motorplex. For more information go to www.allstarsprint.com

Tim Shaffer wins Round 2 of Huset’s Speedway

August 6th, 2010

BRANDON, S.D.- In round two of the O?Reilly Auto Parts All Star Circuit of Champions verses the tough Huset?s Speedway stars and Wild West invaders, it was current All Star Point leader Tim Shaffer who won an exciting shoot out Saturday night, July 31.

Shaffer, the defending All Star champion, raced Huset?s regular Scott Winters hard over the final 10 laps, finally taking the led with just two circuits remaining with an exciting slide job in turn three. Shaffer would drive the Aaron Call, Janet Holbrook owned #83 to his seventh All Star win of 2010.

For Shaffer, the win was more gratifying as the previous night saw his race end on the back of a wrecker after tangling with another competitor. That crash ended a streak of seven consecutive top three finishes in All Star competition for the Steel City Outlaw.

Night number two at the fast Huset?s Speedway saw All Star regular David Gravel and local Jake Peters lead the field to the green. Gravel, who finished second the previous night, would be hard on the gas and blast into the lead, setting a blistering pace. The young Ohio Sprint Speedweek champion would hit the back of the field in just four laps. The car on the move was Winters who moved into second from his fourth-starting position.

Racing through lapped traffic on the fast 3/8th of a mile track, Winters would charge into the lead on lap 7, racing to the outside of Gravel in turn four. While the top three did not change through the first 17 laps as Winters led Gravel and Peters, it was Shaffer and the previous night?s winner Tim Kaeding charging to the front from their sixth and seventh place starting spots respective. Shaffer and Kaeding put on a driving clinic as they used all of the high-banked speedway to dart in and out of lapped
machines.

Shaffer would take third on lap 18 and moved into second on lap 19, bringing Kaeding into third and moving Gravel back to fourth.
The racing action would grind to a half on lap 20 as Troy Meyer hit the wall in turn one and took a nasty tumble. On the restart Winters, who has a feature win at Huset?s this season, had three lapped machines between himself and Shaffer, but when the green came back out, Shaffer quickly disposed of them in turns one and two and moved right on Winters? rear bumper with nine laps remaining. The crowd was on their feet as Winters and Shaffer battled each other side-by-side. Shaffer made his move on lap 28, executing a perfect slide job in turn three to take the lead as they came to the white flag.

Shaffer would drive his VRP Shocks, Kistler Engines mount to the checkered over Winters, Kaeding, Gregg Bakker, who has two wins at Huset?s in 2010 and who charged from 12th starting spot, and Gravel.