Haulmark All Star Sprint Results – Volusia Speedway
Park– Tue. 2/8/05
BARBERVILLE, FL – Terry McCarl passed Jeff Shepard on a
restart Tuesday night at Volusia Speedway Park to win the Haulmark All
Star sprint car 25 lap A main feature. The season opener for the All Stars
saw 47 cars on hand and Shepard was followed across the finish line by Chad
Kemenah, Danny Smith and Craig Dollansky.
With rookie Cody Geldart and McCarl starting from the front row,
Geldart led the first two laps before McCarl jumped out into the lead in his
Wesmar powered Eagle chassis. The 16-year-old Geldart and sixth starting
Shepard were next.
Bill Rose brought out the first caution of the race when his
lost power. Rose was done for the event, and Jac Haudenschild also stopped
the Jack Elden No. 22 in the work area, but he returned to the event.
McCarl led Geldart, Shepard, Kemenah and Dollansky for the restart,
with first Shepard then Kemenah moving past Geldart into the top three by
lap 11. Another caution flew on lap 13 for Jack Pillon’s spin, with McCarl
still leading Shepard, Kemenah, Dollansky, Geldart and Danny Lasoski.
Shepard went high around McCarl in his Apple Motorsports machine to grab the
lead following the restart, with Shepard in the high groove and McCarl
utilizing the bottom groove of the quick half-mile ova
Lasoski was now on the move, taking fourth from Dollansky on lap
and Danny Smith took over 4th a circuit later and then Greg Hodnett moved
Al Hamilton’s No. 77 to sixth.Another stoppage occurred on lap 18 for a
stalled Mike Brecht. This was the turning point of the race for McCarl, as
he powered under Shepard
when the green reappeared, and the $4,000 victory was his. He flew by lapped
traffic to win by half a straightaway over Shepard.
Defending All Star champion Kemenah drove a steady race for third.
Dollansky got past Danny Smith on lap 21 for third, but Smith returned
the favor the next lap to end up fourth at the end after starting 10th.
Behind Dollansky it was Lasoski, Hodnett up from 11th starting spot, Fred
Rahmer, Lance Dewease who started 16th and Haudenschild who restarted last
The Crown Battery heat fell to Jason Sowold, the B&B Products heat
went to Mark Smith, the Engler Machine and Tool heat was won by Jason
Johnson and the TP Wings heat fell to Canadian driver Jack Pillon. Tom Busch
C Main and the University of Northwestern Ohio B
Main fell to Rahmer. Sammy Swindell was leading the B when he broke a fuel
linkage on the last lap, putting him out of the event. Shepard was the
Huggins Cams Fast Time qualifier.
Huggins Cams Time Trials: 1. Jeff Shepard, Stewart 12, 13.640; 2.
Fred Rahmer, Harz 88h, 13.650; 3. Chad Kemenah, Harble 15k, 13.730; 4.
Trevor Lewis, Stauffer 2, 13.770; 5. Sammy Swindell, Forbrook 5, 13.860; 6.
Craig Dollansky, Karavan 7, 13.880; 7. Terry McCarl, McCarl 24, 13.880; 8.
Cody Geldart, Geldart 6g, 13.890; 9. Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, 13.900; 10.
Kevin Swindell, Swindell 1k, 13.930; 11. Danny Smith, Smith 4, 13.940; 12.
Greg Hodnett, Hamilton 77, 13.940; 13. Jason Meyers, Elite 14, 13.960; 14.
Mike Erdley, Lisi 11, 13.960; 15. Curt Trainer, Trainer 36, 14.000; 16. Mike
Brecht, Hammonds 20b, 14.000; 17. Jason Solwold, Carnahan R19, 14.010;
18.Lance Dewease, Postupack 25, 14.020; 19. Dale Blaney, Andrews 72,
14.030; 20. Jack Pillon, Pillon 18jp, 14.050; 21. Jac Haudenschild, Elden
14.060; 22. Mark Smith, Zemco 1z, 14.100; 23. Jason Johnson, Kline 22,
14.100; 24. Randy Hannagan, THR 1x, 14.100; 25. Natalie Sather, Sather
94s, 14.130; 26. Tony Bruce Jr., Bruce 18, 14.140; 27. Bill Rose, Rose 6r,
14.180; 28. Clint Garner, Garner 40, 14.190; 29. Jeremy Campbell,
Campbell 10c, 14.190; 30. Barry Ruble, Ruble 63r, 14.190; 31. Cameron
Dodson 37, 14.190; 32. Justin Collett, Collett 69, 14.210; 33. Greg Wilson,
Hampshire 63, 14.210; 34. Jason Sides, Sides 7s, 14.210; 35. Mike Lutz,
Chiappelli 98, 14.230; 36. Rob Chaney, Courtad 9x, 14.250; 37. Dean
Jacobs, Webb 51, 14.270; 38. Paul May, May 71m, 14.270; 39. Phil Gressman,
Grove 70, 14.270; 40. Tom Busch, Busch 4b, 14.390; 41. Cody Branchcomb,
Branchcomb 94, 14.430; 42. Spud Gustin, Gustin 4g, 14.500; 43. Ron Blair, RB
14.500; 44. Bob Bennett, Acme 3b, 14.600; 45. Wayne McPeek, McPeek 1mc,
46. Johnny Johnson, Johnson 72j, 16.000; 47. Brock Mayes, Mayes 11b, NT.
Crown Battery Heat (8 laps): 1. Jason Solwold 2-Jac
3-Jason Meyers 4-Danny Lasoski 5-Jeff Shepard 6-Sammy Swindell 7-Dean Jacobs
8-Jeremy Campbell 9-Greg Wilson 10-Natalie Sather 11-Spud Gustin
B&B Products Heat (8 laps): 1. Mark Smith 2-Lance Dewease 3-Mike
Erdley 4-Kevin Swindell 5-Craig Dollansky 6-Paul May 7-Fred Rahmer 8-Jason
Sides 9-Tony Bruce Jr. 10-Ron Blair 11-Barry Ruble 12-Brock Mayes
Engler Machine & Tool Heat (8 laps): 1. Jason Johnson 2-Chad
3-Dale Blaney 4-Danny Smith 5-Terry McCarl 6-Curt Trainer 7-Cameron
Dodson 8-Mike Lutz 9-Bill Rose 10-Phil Gressman 11-Bob Bennett
TP Wings Heat (8 laps): 1. Jack Pillon 2-Greg Hodnett 3-Trevor
4-Cody Geldart 5-Mike Brecht 6-Clint Garner 7-Rob Chaney 8-Justin
Collett 9-Tom Busch 10-Wayne McPeek 11-Cody Branchcomb 12-Randy Hannagan
Outerwears Pre-filters C Main (8 laps): 1. Tom Busch 2-Phil
3-Cody Branchcomb 4-Ron Blair 5-Bob Bennett 6-Wayne McPeek 7-Spud
Gustin 8-Johnny Johnson 9-Paul May (DNS) 10-Brock Mayes (DNS)
University of Northwestern Ohio B Main (12 laps): 1. Fred Rahmer
2-Jeremy Campbell 3-Dean Jacobs 4-Rose 5-Greg Wilson 6-Jason Sides 7-Justin
Collett 8-Mike Lutz 9-Sammy Swindell 10-Tom Busch 11-Natalie Sather 12-Ron
Blair 13-Randy Hannagan 14-Curt Trainer 15-Clint Garner 16-Phil Gressman
17-Rob Chaney 18-Cody Branchcomb 19-Tony Bruce Jr. 20-Cameron Dodson
A Main (25 laps): 1. Terry McCarl 2-Jeff Shepard 3-Chad Kemenah
4-Danny Smith 5-Craig Dollansky 6-Danny Lasoski 7-Greg Hodnett 8-Fred Rahmer
9-Lance Dewease 10-Jac Haudenschild 11-Dale Blaney 12-Dean Jacobs 13-Jason
Meyers 14-Kevin Swindell 15-Mark Smith 16-Cody Geldart 17-Jason Solwold
18-Mike Erdley 19-Jason Johnson 20-Jeremy Campbell 21-Trever Lewis 22-Mike
Brecht23-Jack Pillon 24-Bill Rose
Lap Leaders 1-2 Cody Geldart 3-13 Terry McCarl 14-18 Jeff Shepard