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All Stars - Attica Raceway Park - 45 Cars

All Stars - Attica Raceway Park - 45 Cars

Rob Chaney (6th car out to time) set quick time over the field with a time of 12.592 seconds, more that a second off Butch Schroeder's record pace.
Getting out early was important as the track went away quickly. Scott Euler (3rd car out) was second quick, followed by Jody Keegan (2nd), Duane Zablocki (4th), Byron Reed (12th), Travis Philo (15th), Cap Henry (5th), David Harrison (18th), Bryan Sebetto (17th) and Danny Smith (32nd). Three cars didn't get a time in including Todd Kane, who spun twice, Caleb Helms, who went over the turn three banking and into the wall, and Brock Mayes. Helms and Mayes were scratches for the night.

Heat one (started): 1. Dean Jacobs 97 (2) 2. Dale Blaney 2 (3) 3. Chaney 9x (6) 4. Reed 5 (5) 5. Sebetto 16 (4) / 6. Matt Linder 1x (8) 7. Kory Crabtree 60c (10) 8. Sheldon Haudenschild 93 (11) 9. Ben Rutan 23 (1) 10.
Cole Duncan 22 (7) 11. Matt Vandervere 10v (9) DNS - Brock Mayes 11B

D. Jacobs was out to an early lead after a turn one spin by Sebetto who got over the turn two berm and off the backstretch. Sebetto made the race by taking to the high side and charging to the final transfer spot from the back.

Heat two (started): 1. Craig Mintz 20x (2) 2. Randy Hannagan 7K (1) 3. D.
Smith 4 (4) 4. Brandon Martin 11 (3) 5. Jessica Zemken 14 (7) / 6. Euler
27 (6) 7. David Gravel 89G (8) 8. Philo 5T (5) 9. Daron Clayton 92 (10) 10. Todd Kane 28 (11) 11. Aaron Middaugh 91 (9)

Hannagan took the lead early, but he would battle back and forth three times with Mintz, who took the point for good on lap five of the 8-lapper.
Euler spun on the opening lap, but fell one spot short of duplicating Sebetto's lead.

Heat three (started): 1. Lee Jacobs 24H (2) 2. Mike Linder 312 (1) 3.
Henry 04 (5) 4. Chris Andrews 15c (4) 5. Jody Keegan 60 (6) / 6. Mitch Harble 15H (3) 7. Kris Spitz 4K (10) 8. Bryce Dickson 11D (9) 9. Cody White 26 (11) 10. Todd Heller 14H (8) 11. Mark Keegan X (7)

Mi. Linder led early. L. Jacobs pursued him, and took the lead on lap six. The only stoppage came on lap two, when Andrews spun and collected Keegan and Heller. Andrews shot back through the pack to finish fourth.

Heat four (started): 1. Greg Wilson w20 (2) 2. Tim Shaffer 83 (4) 3.
Zablocki 92 (6) 4. Bill Rose 6 (1) 5. Phil Gressman 53 (7) / 6. Kevin Lee 3J (3) 7. Jarred Ridge 12 (8) 8. Shawn Valenti 28V (10) 9. Cale Conley 3c
(9) 10. Harrison 10 (5)

Wilson led the distance, despite two stoppages for spins by Valenti on lap three, and Conley on lap eight. Zablocki staged a late challenge for second, but fell short.

Dash (started): 1. Blaney (1) 2. Shaffer (2) 3. Henry (3) 4. Reed (4) 5.
D. Jacobs (6) 6. Martin (5)

Blaney looked good in the 6-lapper, that is run for nothing more than points toward the season championship.

B main (unofficial) (started): 1. M. Keegan (8) 2. Euler (1) 3. Lee (5) 4.
Philo (2) / 5. Duncan (7) 6. Ridge (12) 7. Andrews (4) 8. Kane (22) 9.
Conley (18) 10. Gravel (10) 11. Harrison (3) 12. Heller (11) 13. Spitz
(19) 14. Crabtree (17) 15. Ma. Linder (9) 16. Valenti (20) 17. S.
Haudenschild (21) 18. Vandervere (13) 19. Dickson (15) 20. Clayton (18) ...

Euler led early as most drivers tried to grab something on the bottom of the parched surface. M. Keegan took a different line in the 12-lapper and shot to the high side, picking off car after car. A few laps in, he was in a transfer spot, and at the halfway mark, he took the lead for good by passing both Euler and Lee in turn four.

A main (unofficial) (started): 1. Reed (3) 2. Blaney (10) 3. Shaffer (9) 4. D. Smith (7) 5. Chaney (2) 6. Wilson (18) 7. Mintz (16) 8. Gressman
(24) 9. Hannagan (19) 10. Mi. Linder (20) 11. L. Jacobs (17) 12. Martin
(13) 13. Rose (1) 14. Lee (14) 15. Zemken (22) 16. Euler (11) 17. Henry
(5) 18. D. Jacobs (15) 19. J. Keegan (1) 20. Sebetto (6) 21. Andrews (8) 22. M. Keegan (23) 23. Zablocki (4) 24. Philo (12)

J. Keegan shot out to a good lead as most went to the cushion. Two laps were in the books when Zablocki spun. J. Keegan led Reed, Henry, a charging Blaney and Chaney back to green flag racing. Just two more laps were in, when the red came out for a Zablocki tip-over. He restarted.
One more lap was counted, when J. Keegan went over the berm in turn three and stopped. Reed inherited the lead in the 40-lapper and was never seriously challenged. Blaney was second at that point and kept the position over Shaffer, who was third by lap 13. The race suffered several stoppages, including a pile-up on a lap 32 restart. Henry, who was running 8th at the time ended up flipping, after contact with D. Jacobs.
Martin, L. Jacobs and Hannagan were also caught up in the mess, but all continued. Reed's popular win was worth $5,000.

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