Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Tuesday Notebook: April 22, 2014

Happy Earth Day!

With four weeks in the books on the 2014 season, as I turned in the updated All Iowa Points to our webmistress Sue yesterday I couldn't help but notice who was sitting on top of the Late Model standings. Brian Birkhofer is no stranger to success on All Iowa Points paying racetracks and the fact that he ranks 25th in the cumulative points over the last fourteen years is impressive given that as a driver who runs more of a "national" schedule, his number of opportunities to score points here are much fewer than those ranked ahead of him. This week, for the first time that I can ever remember, "Birky" leads the All Iowa Points Late Model standings as the only driver in the division who has scored four top-five finishes so far. A fourth and a second at I-80 along with a runner-up finish in Davenport and a fourth-place run at Burlington tallies up to 12 points three ahead of Andy Eckrich and Jason Feger who both have a win and a second-place finish. The lead will be short-lived though as Birkhofer's next appearance on an AIP track will likely be in mid-July at I-80's Silver Dollar Nationals.

All Iowa Points
Late Model Iowa
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Brian Birkhofer Muscatine 12
2 . Andy Eckrich Cosgrove 9
3 . Jason Feger Bloomington IL 9
4 . Colby Springsteen Morning Sun 7
5 . Jeff Aikey Cedar Falls 7
6 . Terry Phillips Springfield MO 7
7 . Chad Simpson Mount Vernon 6
8 . Justin Kay Wheatland 6
9 . Bobby Pierce Oakwood IL 5
10 . Jake Bridges Waverly NE 5
11 . Jason O'Brien Atlantic 5
12 . Ray Guss Jr. Milan IL 5
13 . Rodney Sanders Happy TX 5
14 . Terry Neal Ely 5
15 . Ryan Unzicker El Paso IL 5

Defending champion Jesse Sobbing holds a one-point lead in the Modifieds over Jimmy Gustin who always seems to get off to a fast start. Scott Hogan, who already has three wins on the young season ranks third.

All Iowa Points
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jesse Sobbing Glenwood 22
2 . Jimmy Gustin Marshalltown 21
3 . Scott Hogan Vinton 19
4 . Chris Abelson Sioux City 16
5 . Cayden Carter Oskaloosa 14
6 . Jordan Grabouski Beatrice NE 14
7 . Todd Shute Des Moines 14
8 . Richie Gustin Marshalltown 13
9 . Ronn Lauritzen Jesup 13
10 . Jeff Waterman Quincy IL 12

Brett Lowry looks to be a championship contender in 2014 as he leads the Limited Modified standings early over Tony Dunker. Three-time winners Austin Moyer, Dan Mohr and Joey Gower are also in the top six.

All Iowa Points
Limited Modified Iowa
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Brett Lowry Montezuma 20
2 . Tony Dunker Quincy IL 19
3 . Austin Moyer Dubuque 17
4 . Carter Vandenberg Oskaloosa 15
5 . Dan Mohr Clarence 15
6 . Joey Gower Quincy IL 15
7 . Brandon Dale Gorin MO 12
8 . Clint Luellen Minburn 12
9 . Jason McDaniel Eldon 12
10 . Ben Kates Toganoxie KS 10
11 . Cory VanZante Sully 10
12 . Justin Medler Minot ND 10
13 . Karl Brewer Vermillion SD 10
14 . Ryan Fullenkamp Bloomfield 10
15 . Tyler Soppe Sherrill 10

On the strength of three feature wins Abe Huls has a one-point edge over defending champion Damon Murty in the Stock Car points with Jim Lynch and Jason Cook tied for third.

All Iowa Points
Stock Car Iowa
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Abe Huls Carthage IL 18
2 . Damon Murty Chelsea 17
3 . Jason Cook Mt. Pleasant 15
4 . Jim Lynch Donnellson 15
5 . Donavon Smith Lake City 14
6 . Jarrett Franzen Maquoketa 13
7 . David Brandies Wilton 12
8 . John Oliver Jr. Danville 12
9 . Kevin Opheim Mason City 12
10 . Todd Reitzler Grinnell 11

Dustin Griffiths has already posted three wins and seven top five finishes to hold an early eight point advantage over Nick Ulin as southeast Iowa based drivers hold down the top four spots.

All Iowa Points
Hobby Stock Iowa
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Dustin Griffiths Ottumwa 26
2 . Nick Ulin Agency 18
3 . Dane Blozovich Exline 15
4 . Mike Kincaid Cincinnati 15
5 . Cody Nielsen Fort Dodge 14
6 . Michael Pruitt Redfield 13
7 . Shannon Anderson Atlantic 13
8 . Eric Stanton Hartford 12
9 . Jason See Albia 12
10 . John Watson Des Moines 12

No driver in any division has scored more points than Austen Becerra at this point as he already has five feature wins and nine top five finishes, all against fields of ten or more cars. That would be considered a great year for most, but it looks like Austen is just getting started as he looks for his first All Iowa Points championship. The new point structure for the division has already come into play as a couple of tracks have opened with less than ten cars.

All Iowa Points
Four Cylinder Iowa
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Austen Becerra Carthage IL 36
2 . William Michel Muscatine 15
3 . Adam Gates Cedar Rapids 14
4 . Ryan Bryant Kensett 14
5 . Kimberly Abbott Camp Point IL 13
6 . Aaron Hitt Davenport 11
7 . Bill Whalen Jr. Riverside 11
8 . Cody Thompson Sioux City 11
9 . Brannon Bechen Bernard 10
10 . Zachary Dahl Blue Grass 10

Not enough races in yet to get a feel for the three Sprint Car divisions or the Mod Lites, but you can find those and the full rundown on the others mentioned above on the Points page at Positively Racing. Sue usually has the weekly update loaded by Wednesday or Thursday each week.

There has been some forum board discussion regarding the qualifying method used for the Slocum 50 at 34 Raceway last Saturday night and while I was not thrilled that the standard UMP Group Qualifying format was used, I do understand why given the sanctioning body's involvement through the ALMS series. You can bet that the $10,555 top prize had something to do with it as well as drivers will push for this method at higher paying events. It was a pretty darn good night of racing overall, especially given the fact that the two support classes, 305 Sprints and IMCA Stock Cars, both put on some entertaining feature races. Would the Late Model portion of the event have been better under the passing point format used at the Open Late Model sow here in April of 2013? We will never know, but I sure would like to see it used again in 2015!

I have the opportunity to score a rare four-race weekend coming up, that is if Mother Nature cooperates. On Thursday night I look forward to meeting Rodney and Debbie Ohrt for the first-time to thank them for their support of our website and, of course, to catch a great two division lineup of USMTS Modifieds and IMCA-type Late Models at the Cedar County Raceway in Tipton. Yes, as of right now the forecast calls for rain on Thursday, but the WQAD FutureTrack forecast showed it being out of eastern Iowa well before noon with clearing skies to follow. I know that the area needs some rain right now, but let's hope that it is not too much in Tipton so that this show can go on. Race fans, keep it in your plans and watch the weather on Thursday before making your decision. (You can now make your decision......with impending weather this event has been postponed to Wednesday May 21st)

On Friday night I will follow Todd Staley and his talented USMTS crew down to the Bloomfield Speedway for what should be a great night of racing. Bloomfield is one of my favorite tracks as it is often wide, fast and very racy and I am sure that promoter Chris Eggers will have it ready for the hard charging, ground pounding USMTS Modifieds. My destinations for both Saturday and Sunday night are yet to be determined as I will watch to see how the forecast unfolds for the weekend, but the nice thing is that since we are now into the final weekend of April, the options are much more plentiful.

Hope to see you somewhere this weekend on the Back Stretch!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Sixth Annual Slocum Memorial To Pierce

34 Raceway is fast becoming a favorite track of seventeen-year-old Bobby Pierce. But then again the youngster out of Oakwood, Illinois, is adding potential "favorite tracks" everywhere he goes these days as he won his fifth straight outing Saturday night during the Sixth Annual Slocum 50 here in West Burlington, Iowa. Last July Pierce captured the $10,000 top prize during the UMP Summer Nationals stop here at the high-banked 3/8-mile oval and for this event that is run in memory of Late Model competitor Brent Slocum who lost his life here in a pit accident, the winner's check was the largest in track history at $10,555.

The Slocum Memorial has been an early stop on the Deery Brothers Summer Series for IMCA Late Models the past five years before this year switching to an Open Late Model show with three sanctioning bodies involved; MARS, ALMS and the Corn Belt Clash. The change was very well received as over 3,000 fans turned out on a near perfect April evening in Iowa to watch forty-six Late Model drivers from ten states do battle. The traditional UMP method of group qualifying was used with the fastest drivers starting up front in the five heat races and then the five winners drew for their starting spot in the Dash with the way they finished being the way that they would start for the fifty-lap finale.

Jason Utter from just up the road in Columbus Junction would earn the pole position with Brian Shirley to his outside and it would be Utter who would establish the early lead as the third-starting Pierce quickly moved to second. It was clear as to who the fastest car was as Pierce drove under Utter for the lead on lap four and began to pull away as the battle for second heated up between Utter and Shirley. Running wheel-to-wheel for a couple of laps as they passed the flagstand on lap thirteen both drivers went for the same piece of real estate, the low groove in turn one, and with Utter on the inside he was now too low and tagged the implement tire with the nose of his #31 as he spun to a stop. Utter then expressed his displeasure to Shirley during the caution before going to the back of the lineup for the restart.

The winner the previous night in Davenport, Jason Feger moved to second when the green flag waved and he used up every bit of cushion that he could find on both ends of the speedway to try to keep pace with Pierce. Brandon Sheppard was also on the move despite the fact he had something out of whack with his left rear suspension following a jump of the cushion during the first ten laps. The left rear of Sheppard's car was up at least a foot higher than it should have been, but even with the handicap he was still fast. At the mid-race mark Pierce was using the now treacherous cushion in turns three and four and on lap twenty-nine he got a little too high entering turn three sending sparks flying as his right rear grazed the wall, his closest call of the night.

That cushion would end Shirley's evening three laps later while he was still running fifth as the caution waved with his car sitting sideways at the top of turn four. Feger gave it his best on the restart, but there was nobody that was going to beat "The Smooth Operator" on this night as Pierce cruised through the final laps to victory. Second would go to Feger while Sheppard muscled his wounded ride in for third, Brian Birkhofer started tenth and finished fourth while Jimmy Mars completed the top five. Ryan Gustin had to win one of two B-Mains to make the show and he then raced his way up from seventeenth to sixth. Ryan Unzicker and Jesse Stovall were next in line while Tony Jackson Jr. and Will Vaught filled out the top ten.

Support class action was as good as you are going to find at a big-time Late Model show with twenty 305 Sprints and eighteen IMCA Stock Cars in action each running twenty-lap features. Jake Wenig would lead a busy pack of Stock Cars through the early laps as drivers were running three and four wide and swapping lines giving the impression that disaster was imminent, but other than a couple of spin outs the race was pretty clean. Jim Redmann was able to take the lead away from Wenig on lap eight only to have Jason Cook motor past him one lap later. Cook had started eighth on the grid and now out front he pulled away while a four car battle for second raged on. Cook would take the win by a full straightaway while Redmann prevailed in the battle for second ahead of John Oliver Jr., Ray Raker and Tom Bowling Jr.

The Sprint Car feature would see five contenders come into play during an event that had several twists and turns. When scheduled pole-starter Justin Newberry's car stalled as the field began to take form, Cody Wehrle would now be the driver to bring the pack to green and he took full advantage of the opportunity. Matt Krieger would put the challenge on Wehrle and on lap seven the two raced literally wheel-to-wheel into turn three. Now this wasn't your typical case where one driver was digging around the bottom while the other was up riding the cushion, Krieger and Wehrle were banging rubber as they both went for the low groove and as they exited turn four the contact was just a bit too much as Wehrle spun sideways and Krieger hopped his front end sending him for a tumble to bring out the red flag. The dejected Krieger who for years has incorporated Slocum's High Five logo into his own #56 received a huge ovation in support of his efforts as he walked back to the pit area.

Dave Getchell would assume the lead on the restart and the driver who took a twenty-year break from the sport before returning two years ago looked to be on his way to getting his first win since that return as, just like the Stock Car feature, the battle for second between Donnie Steward, John Schulz and Jayson Ditsworth was keeping their focus. With five laps remaining though Getchell got a little too conservative dealing with the lapped car of Heath Bundy and that allowed Schulz to snatch the lead away on lap seventeen just before the caution waved for a Dustin Clark spin in turn two. On the restart Ditsworth made two strong runs at Schulz even nosing ahead entering the corner, but the veteran driver who started his career here in a Hobby Stock before moving to a Modified and finally settling into a Sprint Car was not to be denied as John Schulz celebrated the victory. Ditsworth was a strong second with Donnie Steward bringing Kenny Bragg's #73 in for third just ahead of Dustin Whiting and Daniel Bergquist. Whiting was the hard-charger of the event coming from the sixth row and here is a bit of trivia for you, John Schulz was the All Iowa Points Hobby Stock Champion in 1995.

The Sixth Annual Slocum 50 was an overwhelming success thanks to the hard work and dedication of the Brent Slocum Foundation, the promotional efforts of Jeff and Amy Laue and everybody at 34 Raceway. Well over $5,000 was raised at this year's event and as always the Foundation promises to make it bigger and better next year. That promise has not yet been broken.

Miss you Brent....

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Feger Flies Davenport Checkers Friday Night

It wan an absolutely beautiful Spring evening in Davenport, Iowa, Friday and with Open Late Models attacking the big half-mile a huge crowd came out to watch as thirty-six drivers signed in. And for the second year in a row a driver who is better known for his short track skills walked away with the $3,500 top prize in the event that was co-sanctioned by MARS and the Corn Belt Clash series.

Using passing points in the heats followed up by a Dash for the top six, Jimmy Mars and Jesse Stovall would earn the front row for the forty-lap main event with local favorite Brian Birkhofer lined up third next to Jason Feger. Mars would take the lead on the opening lap as Birkhofer got by Stovall for second and the race was on between the two former business partners at MB Customs. Birkhofer was not able to mount a serious challenge though and on lap six Feger made his move. Flying past Birkhofer on the high side for second, there was no stopping this momentum as two laps later Feger made quick work of Mars to take over the lead.

The fifth running Stovall slowed with a flat tire on lap eighteen stopping Feger's runaway and he was given plenty of time to change the tire and restart at the back of the cars who remained on the lead lap. Prior to the caution Ryan Gustin had moved to fourth and was closing in on Birkhofer, but on the double file restart Birkhofer was able to get a jump off the bottom to take away second from Mars while Gustin faltered on the low side and slipped back to seventh. Even though he was ten to fifteen car lengths back, Birkhofer was able to match Feger's pace and when traffic came into play once again that lead began to shrink. The leader had just cleared the lapped cars of Justin Asplin and Denny Eckrich a lap before when they raced side-by-side for position down the back stretch and into turn three. Knowing that he was running out of laps Birkhofer split the middle clearing Asplin, but as his charge took him up the track Eckrich ran out of room and tagged the concrete wall in turn four causing the final caution of the event with eight laps remaining.

Once again Birkhofer was able to stay with Feger on the restart and the crowd buzzed when it looked like he had a run on the bottom of turns three and four with three laps to go, but Feger was solid on the cushion and did not falter over the final laps to repeat his victory from April of 2013. Birkhofer would have to settle for second, Mars would take third and Ryan Gustin would race his way back up to fourth only to come up 19 pounds light at the scales. That would put Chad Simpson in the fourth position in the official finish while Jason Utter took fifth.

Notes......The thirty-six car field was a pleasant surprise bolstered by at least three or four drivers who would have otherwise been at Farley's Deery Brothers IMCA show that was washed out by heavy rains earlier this week. It was also good to see a couple of drivers who I believe are new to traveling with the MARS series make the long trip up from Ozarkland as I am guessing that it was the first time that Jon Driskill and Jeff Roth had raced on a big fairgrounds half-mile......Two drivers had issues during hot laps as Jason Rauen had a left front wheel come off at speed and Denny Eckrich had a pretty impressive fire erupt under the hood of his car......Birkhofer started sixth in the first heat race and made a last corner charge for the lead only to be nipped at the line by Brad Looney.....Jason Utter made the crowd gasp with his first lap move in the third heat race as he got the bottom to stick and go from third to first in front of Jesse Stovall. Proof that you don't win it on the first lap though, Stovall came back to pass Utter late for the win.....In each of the first three heat races a car with the #58 (Dave Eckrich, Ray Guss Jr., A.J. Diemel) on it finished in the third spot. There were no more 58's left to run the fourth heat......Will Vaught made a final lap pass of Lance Matthees to take the final transfer out of the second B-Main and "The Thrill" made the most of it in the feature as he came from 20th to finish sixth......Stovall made a great recovery after the flat tire racing his way back up to seventh.....Tony Jackson Jr., Diemel and Asplin completed the top ten.....MARS and the CBC will join the ALMS West series tonight (Saturday) at 34 Raceway in Burlington for the $10,555-to-win Brent Slocum Memorial.

Modifieds and the local Street Stock division also raced on the half-mile in support of the Late Models with fourteen and ten cars respectively signed in. Steve Jackson would lead the opening laps of the Street Stock main before Donnie Louck slipped by, but with five laps remaining Jackson was making his move to regain the lead when sparks suddenly showered from under his car bringing his race to an abrupt end. Louck would then fight off a challenge from Cary Brown to take the victory with Brown second and Chad Coyne in third. Cord Williams was the fourth and final car on the track at the checkers while Jackson was credited with fifth.

The twenty-lap Modified feature was a good one as Brandon Durbin established a big early lead. Jason Bahrs had started eighth and on lap nine he moved to second a full straightaway behind Durbin, but that lead would evaporate quickly as Bahrs prepared his challenge. With just two laps to go Bahrs drove deep into turn three to put the slider on Durbin and as Jason drifted up the track in four, Durbin kicked it off the cushion to make the crossover move and the two leaders raced down the front stretch side-by-side. Bahrs now had the preferred higher line into turn one and he was able to take the lead and the win to the cheers of the large and enthusiastic crowd. Durbin would have to settle for the second spot, Bob Dominacki came from ninth to third, Ken Kostenbader finished fourth and Kelly Meyer was fifth.

A big thanks to promoter Bob Wagener and his talented staff including Carrie Rouse, Ken Reimers, Phil Roberts and Mike McGuire for their hospitality and, as always, a professionally presented program. The Davenport Speedway begins its very solid weekly program on the quarter-mile oval next Friday night featuring the IMCA Late Models, Modifieds and Sport Mods along with the Street Stocks and Four Cylinders and depending upon the weather I might just be back in the Quad Cities again next weekend.

Tonight it is on to 34 Raceway in Burlington for the annual Brent Slocum Memorial. The weather looks perfect, the car count will be solid and many of the region's top stars will be on hand. If you are a Late Model fan this is one show that you are not going to want to miss!

Friday, April 18, 2014

National Late Model Rankings: Through Events of 4/17

With a big weekend of Late Model racing coming up here in eastern Iowa, following are the current "Back Stretch" National Dirt Late Model standings for events through April 17th.

National Dirt
Late Model Points Through 4/17
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg TN 69
2 . Jonathan Davenport Blairsville GA 46
3 . Billy Moyer Batesville AR 44
4 . Chris Madden Gray Court SC 40
5 . Don O'Neal Martinsville IN 40
6 . John Blankenship Williamson WV 34
7 . Steve Francis Ashland KY 34
8 . Darrell Lanigan Union KY 33
9 . Brandon Sheppard New Berlin IL 31
10 . Brady Smith Solon Springs WI 24
11 . Mike Marlar Winfield TN 22
12 . Eddie Carrier Jr. Salt Rock WV 21
13 . Bobby Pierce Oakwood IL 20
14 . Gregg Satterlee Rochester Mills PA 20
15 . Kent Robinson Bloomington IN 20
16 . Ryan Gustin Marshalltown IA 20
17 . Shane Clanton Locust Grove GA 20
18 . Billy Moyer Jr. Batesville AR 19
19 . Dale McDowell Chickamauga GA 19
20 . Jimmy Owens Newport TN 18
21 . Earl Pearson Jr. Jacksonville FL 16
22 . Jason Hiett Lincoln AL 15
23 . Riley Hickman Ooletwah TN 15
24 . Dennis Erb Jr. Carpentersville IL 14
25 . Rick Eckert York PA 14
26 . Casey Roberts Toccoa GA 13
27 . Eric Wells Hazard KY 13
28 . Ryan Unzicker El Paso IL 12
29 . Ivedent Lloyd Jr. Ocala FL 11
30 . Terry Phillips Springfield MO 11
31 . Billy Ogle Jr. Knoxville TN 10
32 . Brian Shirley Chatham IL 10
33 . Mark Whitener Middleburg FL 9
34 . Vic Hill Mosheim TN 9
35 . Jason Fitzgerald Jacksonville FL 8
36 . Morgan Bagley Longview TX 8
37 . Brandon Overton Appling GA 7
38 . Donald McIntosh Dawsonville GA 7
39 . Kyle Bronson Brandon FL 7
40 . Ray Cook Brasstown NC 7
41 . Tim Fuller Watertown NY 7
42 . Brian Birkhofer Muscatine IA 6
43 . Clint Smith Senoia GA 6
44 . Davey Johnson Latrobe PA 6
45 . Eric Cooley Fulton MS 6
46 . Jimmy Mars Elk Mound WI 6
47 . R.C. Whitwell Tucson AZ 6
48 . Timothy Culp West Monroe LA 6
49 . Chris Brown Spring TX 5
50 . Keith Nosbisch Valrico FL 5
51 . Kenny Pettyjohn Milton DE 5
52 . Ray Moore Shreveport LA 5
53 . Rick Rickman Columbus MS 5
54 . Tim McCreadie Watertown NY 5
55 . William Thomas Phenix City AL 5
56 . Billy Drake Bloomington IL 4
57 . Brandon Kinzer Allen KY 4
58 . Brett Hamm Newberry SC 4
59 . Chris Garnes Evans WV 4
60 . Clay Daly Watsonville CA 4
61 . Dale Hollidge Mechanicsville MD 4
62 . Devin Moran Dresden OH 4
63 . Garrett Alberson Las Cruces NM 4
64 . Jason Riggs Harrisburg IL 4
65 . Jason Welshan Maryville TN 4
66 . Joe Armistead Jr. Senoia GA 4
67 . Neil Baggett Shannon MS 4
68 . Ronnie Johnson Chattanooga TN 4
69 . Ross Martin Talladega AL 4
70 . Skip Arp Georgetown TN 4
71 . Stevie Long 4
72 . Tony Toste Arroyo Grande CA 4
73 . A.J. Diemel Navarino WI 3
74 . Andy Eckrich Cosgrove IA 3
75 . Bobby Hogge IV Salinas CA 3
76 . Brandon Haley Lavonia GA 3
77 . Brent Dixon Elberton GA 3
78 . Chris Wilson Crossville TN 3
79 . Colby Springsteen Morning Sun IA 3
80 . Cory Hedgecock Louden TN 3
81 . David Breazeale Four Corners MS 3
82 . Dingus Griffin Alexandria AL 3
83 . Duane Chamberlain Richmond IN 3
84 . J.T. Spence Winchester VA 3
85 . Jake Knowles Tyrone GA 3
86 . Jason Covert York Haven PA 3
87 . Jeff Mathews Seffner 3
88 . Jeremy Payne Springfield MO 3
89 . Kyle Bridges Moultrie GA 3
90 . Michael Chilton Salvisa KY 3
91 . Michael Kloos Trenton IL 3
92 . Ross Bailes Clover SC 3
93 . Tom Maddox Centre AL 3
94 . Adam Giles Moultrie GA 2
95 . Austin Kirkpatrick Ocala FL 2
96 . B.J. Robinson Blanchard LA 2
97 . Brandon Cameron Jacksonville FL 2
98 . Brian Rickman Columbus MS 2
99 . Brian Ruhlman Clarklake MI 2
100 . Caleb Ashby Cunningham TN 2
101 . Cecil Eunice Jacksonville FL 2
102 . Chris Wall Holden LA 2
103 . Cody Martin 2
104 . Don Shaw Ham Lake MN 2
105 . Doug Horton Bruceton Mills WV 2
106 . Dusty Jones 2
107 . Dylan Yoder Selinsgrove PA 2
108 . Forrest Gough 2
109 . Frank Heckenast Jr. Orland Park IL 2
110 . Jamie Perry Ringgold GA 2
111 . Jason Feger Bloomington IL 2
112 . Jeff Aikey Cedar Falls IA 2
113 . Jeff Smith Villanow GA 2
114 . Jesse Stovall Galena MO 2
115 . Jimmy Sharpe 2
116 . Justin Kay Wheatland IA 2
117 . Keith Barbara South Park PA 2
118 . Kyle Pierce Statesville NC 2
119 . Lavon Sparks Phenix City 2
120 . Mark Douglas Knoxville TN 2
121 . Mason Ziegler Chalk Hill PA 2
122 . Matt Furman Columbus OH 2
123 . Mike Hynes 2
124 . Randy Korte Highland IL 2
125 . Rodney Sanders Happy TX 2
126 . Shan Smith Dade City FL 2
127 . Shannon Babb Mowequa IL 2
128 . Steve Drake San Luis Obispo CA 2
129 . Steve Sheppard Jr. New Berlin 2
130 . Steven Roberts Jesup GA 2
131 . Tanner English Benton KY 2
132 . Terry English Benton KY 2
133 . Tim Dohm Cross Lanes WV 2
134 . Timbo Mangum Lancaster SC 2
135 . Todd Morrow East Ridge TN 2
136 . Tommy Weder Jr. Woodward OK 2
137 . Tony Jackson Jr. Lebanon MO 2
138 . Travis Carter Valdosta GA 2
139 . Tyler Crowder 2
140 . Wendell Wallace  Batesville AR 2
141 . Zack Mitchell Enoree SC 2
142 . Adam Martin Talladega AL 1
143 . Alex Humphrey Giltner 1
144 . Andy Picklesimer 1
145 . Ashley Newman Ripley TN 1
146 . Ben Faircloth Swainsboro GA 1
147 . Billy Hicks Mount Airy NC 1
148 . Billy Rushton Hodges SC 1
149 . Brad Looney Republic MO 1
150 . Brandon Dewitt Movern GA 1
151 . Brandon Morton Coweta OK 1
152 . Brett Ashley 1
153 . Chad Simpson Marion IA 1
154 . Chase Junghans Manhattan KS 1
155 . Chase Washington Greenville MS 1
156 . Chris Blackwell Grays Creek NC 1
157 . Chris Smith Brewton AL 1
158 . Christian Joyner 1
159 . Daryn Klein 1
160 . David Brannon Elora TN 1
161 . David McCoy Franklin NC 1
162 . Dennis Franklin Gaffney SC 1
163 . Dennis Hale 1
164 . Denny Woodworth Mendon IL 1
165 . Derek Doll Greenwood WV 1
166 . Dona Marcoullier Houghton Lake MI 1
167 . Donnie Chappell Jacksonville FL 1
168 . Drew Kennedy 1
169 . Dustin Linville Bryantsville KY 1
170 . Dustin Mitchell Pine Level NC 1
171 . Dustin Neat Dunville KY 1
172 . Dustin Stutts 1
173 . Evan Becton Valdosta GA 1
174 . Freddie Carpenter Parkersburg WV 1
175 . Gene Knaub Dover PA 1
176 . Greg Roberson Waynesboro VA 1
177 . Harold Redman Jr. Tyler Mountain WV 1
178 . J.R. Moseley 1
179 . J.R. Rodriguez 1
180 . Jack Nosbisch Jr. Riverview 1
181 . Jared Landers Batesville AR 1
182 . Jared Miley South Park PA 1
183 . Jay Morris Watsega 1
184 . Jeff Babcock Wayne OH 1
185 . Jeff Decker Morgan Hill CA 1
186 . Jeff Rine Danville PA 1
187 . Jeremy Hines Seymour IN 1
188 . Joe Janowski Columbus IN 1
189 . Joey Leavell Waynesboro VA 1
190 . John Gill Mitchell IN 1
191 . John Kellum Jacksonville FL 1
192 . Johnny Cloer Jr. 1
193 . Jon Mitchell Nash TX 1
194 . Josh Henry Newport TN 1
195 . Josh Leonard Gibbon NE 1
196 . Josh Putnam Killen AL 1
197 . Justin Asplin Birch Tree MO 1
198 . Justin Litchford 1
199 . Kelly Walker 1
200 . Kenny Compton Jr. Bland VA 1
201 . Kenny Moreland Waldorf MD 1
202 . Kyle Beard Trumann AR 1
203 . L.C. Powers 1
204 . Larry White 1
205 . Marcus Caswell 1
206 . Matt Dooley 1
207 . Matt Ryan Davenport IA 1
208 . McKay Wenger Fairbury IL 1
209 . Michael Lloyd 1
210 . Mike Benedum Bristol PA 1
211 . Nick Bartels El Segundo CA 1
212 . Nick Dickson Lewiston PA 1
213 . Nick Latham 1
214 . Nick Marolf Moscow IA 1
215 . R.J. Conley Wheelersburg OH 1
216 . Randy Christine Jr. 1
217 . Randy Stoudt Pottstown PA 1
218 . Ray Trimble 1
219 . Rhett Carter Blackshear GA 1
220 . Richard Frost 1
221 . Ricky Elliott Seaford DE 1
222 . Rob Mayea Medford OR 1
223 . Robbie Emory Milton DE 1
224 . Russell King Bristol OH 1
225 . Russ Frohnapel 1
226 . Ryan Little Springfield IL 1
227 . Ryan Markham Ashland OH 1
228 . Ryan McDaniel Yuba City AZ 1
229 . Scott Schmitt Tonica IL 1
230 . Scott Shirey Gaston SC 1
231 . Sean Merkel 1
232 . Shane Essary Galena MO 1
233 . Shane Fulcher 1
234 . Stacy Boles Claxton TN 1
235 . Steve Landrum 1
236 . Stevie Jones 1
237 . Terrance Nowell Phenix City 1
238 . Tim Busha Boaz AL 1
239 . Tim Roszell Anniston AL 1
240 . Tim Wilson 1
241 . Tod Darda 1
242 . Torin Mettille Cullom IL 1
243 . Travis Brookover 1
244 . Vance Wilson Bowling Green MO 1
245 . Vic Coffey Caledonia NY 1
246 . Wesley Bonebrake 1
247 . Will Vaught Crane MO 1
248 . Zack Dohm Cross Lanes WV 1