The Volusia Speedway Park Winter Nationals Sprint Cars




Haulmark All Star Sprint Results – Volusia Speedway Park– Wed. 2/9/05
Scott Hall

    BARBERVILLE, FL – Fred Rahmer and Jeff Shepard both pulled into
victory lane Wednesday night at Volusia Speedway Park after the Haulmark All
Star sprint car 25 lap A main feature. Each driver thought they won race
number two of the All Star season after a side-by-side finish. It was so close
that All Star officials had to review a video of the finish, finally
declaring Rahmer the winner by an eyelash over Shepard.

   Rahmer led all 12-1/2 miles in the Harz Racing No. 88 Don Ott
powered J&J and had a three car length lead over Shepard’s Apple Motorsports No. 12
with two laps to go, but Shepard made a valiant dive under the leader on the
last lap for a side-by-side photo finish.
   With Tuesday’s winner Terry McCarl starting from the pole and Rahmer
alongside, Rahmer rocketed into the lead, entering lapped traffic by
lap seven with McCarl, Shepard, sixth starting Craig Dollansky and Chad
Kemenah trailing. As Rahmer built his lead blitzing by lapped cars, Shepard got
past McCarl for a lap but the Iowa driver returned the favor on lap 10.
Shepard got second for good a circuit later, with McCarl, Kemenah and Dollansky
fighting tooth and nail for third.

   Rahmer saw a half straightaway lead erased on lap 18 when Kevin
Swindell spun after making contact with the machine of Mark Smith. Dean Jacobs
suffered a flat tire on the restart, sending cars scrambling to get
around him but luckily a big crash was avoided. For the second restart it was
Rahmer followed by Shepard, Dollansky, Kemenah, Lance Dewease, Jac
Haudenschild, Randy Hannagan and Jason Sides. Dollansky got past McCarl
in the high groove to take over third when the green flew again as Rahmer
took off to another nice lead over Shepard.

   With Rahmer using the low groove and Shepard Jetting by on the high
side, it looked like Rahmer had everything under control. Coming off the
final turn, Rahmer slid high and Shepard went low and it was too close to
call at the checkers.

   Dollansky ended up third, followed by McCarl, Kemenah, Dewease and
Haudenschild. Sides, 15th starter Shane Stewart and Greg Hodnett
completed the top ten finishers.

   The Crown Battery heat fell to Sammy Swindell, the B&B Products heat
went to Cameron Dodson, the Engler Machine and Tool heat was won by Jason
Solwold and the TP Wings heat fell to Jason Johnson. Mike Lutz won the
Outerwears Pre-filters C Main and the University of Northwestern Ohio B Main fell
to Jeremy Campbell. Mark Smith was the Huggins Cams Fast Time qualifier.

   Huggins Cams Time Trials: 1. Mark Smith, Zemco 1, 13.970; 2. Craig
Dollansky, Karavan 7, 14.000; 3. Chad Kemenah, Harble 15k, 14.000; 4.
Jeremy Campbell, Campbell 10c, 14.000; 5. Jason Myers, Elite 14, 14.030; 6.
Mike Erdley, Lisi 11, 14.050; 7. Jeff Shepard, Apple 12, 14.080; 8. Erin
Crocker, Woodring 16, 14.100; 9. Lance Dewease, Postupak 25, 14.110; 10. Fred
Rahmer, Harz 88h, 14.150; 11. Terry McCarl, McCarl 24, 14.170; 12. Randy
Hannagan,THR 1x, 14.220; 13. Jac Haudenschild, Elden 22h, 14.220; 14. Jason
Sides, Sides 7s, 14.230; 15. Greg Hodnett, Hamilton 77, 14.240; 16. Shane
Stewart, Rudeen 26, 14.250; 17. Sammy Swindell, Forbrook 5, 14.250; 18. Cameron
Dodson, Dodson 37, 14.250; 19. Dale Blaney, Andrews 72, 14.260; 20.
Jason Johnson, Kline 22, 14.280; 21. Kevin Swindell, Swindell 1k, 14.280; 22.
Trevor Lewis, Stauffer 2, 14.310; 23. Jason Solwold, Carnahan R19,
14.320; 24. Danny Lasoski, Stewart 20, 14.330; 25. Greg Wilson, Hampshire 63,
14.330; 26. Tim Shaffer, Parsons 6, 14.350; 27. Dean Jacobs, Webb 51,
14.370; 28. Bill Rose, Rose 6, 14.370; 29. Curt Trainer, Trainer 36,
14.380; 30. Rob Chaney, SC Racing 9x, 14.410; 31. Danny Smith, Smith 4, 14.420;
32. Paul May, May 71m, 14.420; 33. Cody Geldart, Geldart 6g, 14.500; 34.
Justin Collett, Collett 69, 14.500; 35. Mike Brecht, Hammonds 20b, 14.510; 36.
Ron Blair, RB 35, 14.530; 37. Mike Lutz, Chiappelli 98, 14.600; 38. Phil
Gressman, Grove 70, 14.620; 39. Jack Pillon, Pillon, 18jp, 14.690; 40.
Tom Busch, Busch 4b, 14.710; 41. Clint Garner, Garner 40, 14.740; 42. Tim
Kaeding, Roth 83, 14.780; 43. Cody Branchcomb, Branchcomb 94, 14.790;
44. Spud Gustin, Gustin 4g, 14.920; 45. Tony Bruce Jr., Bruce 18, 14.940;
46. Wayne McPeek, McPeek 1mc, 15.100; 47. Barry Ruble, Ruble 63r, 15.100;
48. Brock Mayes, Brock 11b, 15.130; 49. Natalie Sather, Sather 94s, 15.250;
50. Bob Bennett, Acme 3, 15.570; 51. Johnny Johnson, Johnson 72j, 16.670.

   Crown Battery Heat (8 laps): 1. S. Swindell, Dewease, M. Smith,
Meyers, Haudenschild, Geldart, K. Swindell, Wilson, Lutz, Garner, Bruce Jr.,
Trainer, Sather.

   B&B Products Heat (8 laps): 1. Dodson, Lewis, Rahmer, Dollansky,
Sides, Erdley, Kaeding, Chaney, Gressman, Collett, McPeek, Bennett.

   Engler Machine & Tool Heat (8 laps): 1. Solwold, McCarl, Kemenah,
Shepard, Jacobs, D. Smith, Brecht, Hodnett, Branchcomb, Ruble, Jo.
Johnson, Blaney, Pillon.

   TP Wings Heat (8 laps): 1. Ja. Johnson, Lasoski, Stewart, Hannagan,
May, Crocker, Rose, Busch, Blair, Mayes, Gustin.

   Outerwears Pre-filters C Main (10 laps): 1. Lutz, Garner, Gressman,
Busch, Sather, Gustin, Mayes, McPeek, Ruble, Bruce Jr., Bennett,
Branchcomb, Johnny Johnson.

   University of Northwestern Ohio B Main (12 laps): 1. Campbell, K.
Swindell, Erdley, Hodnett, Smith, Crocker, Blaney, Wilson, Chaney,
Rose, Collett, Trainer, Branchcomb, Gressman, Geldart, Lutz, Garner, Brecht,
Blair, Busch.

   A Main (25 laps): 1. Rahmer, Shepard, Dollansky, McCarl, Kemenah,
Dewease, Haudenschild, Sides, Stewart, Hodnett, M. Smith, Meyers,
Hannagan, Lasoski, Ja. Johnson, Dodson, D. Smith, Erdley, Solwold, Campbell, S.
Swindell, K. Swindell, May, Lewis, Jacobs.

   Lap Leaders: Fred Rahmer 1-25.

















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