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Stafford put on one of the longest green runs so far with the 1st half going green and then a hand full of yellows at the end setting up a sub 10 lap dash for the win. The race was won by Colin Allman, with NORL driver John Battista coming home 3rd and Tim McDonnell a disappointed 10th after getting slammed off the track in the last 5 laps. 

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Race Results

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Consolation Race #1 Winner: John Battista

Consolation Race #2 Winner: Alex Crapser

Pole Sitter: Tim McDonnell - 46.821 mph

Most Laps Led: Alex Crapser - 33

Most Times Led: Alex Crapser - 7

Fastest Lap: Scott Jackson - 44.329 mph

Highest Climber: Alex Crapser - 6 positions

MVP: Dalton Lucas

Total Lead Changes: 28

Total Leaders: 8

Yellow Flags: 1

Category: Special Events | Views: 234 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 30-June-15

Race in Review (Part 1)

Race in Review (Part 2)

As the prime time sky descends into a thick forest of darkness, the 10:00 church bells can be heard from miles away. The drivers seem to be paranoid about their fuel load coming to the green flag with 30 laps to go. Tony Long, Brodrick Wittmann and Craig Lee each topped off on the final caution lap and start from the back of the pack. Dan Johnston seems to be the least concerned about fuel-mileage while Ben Geer, Tim McDonnell, Ken Pettit & Tony Pizzaro look to conserve a little here and there as the run goes on. Tony Long, Brodrick and Craig will remain in fuel save mode for the entire run. The mind games will begin:

Ben Geer restarts first and jumps ahead

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Ken Pettit regains his earlier lead

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Ken's teammate Tony takes the spot

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Tony Long and Craig Lee tangle with only 21 laps to go!

Craig collides with the outside wall and loses the draft!

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Tony Pizzaro is ready to save some gas...

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...and so is Ken. Dan Johnston is taking the dreaded chance!

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Everyone parades behind Dan while saving

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Dan and Ken cannot make the distance. Dan spins out!

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Ken burnouts exiting and spins himself. Oh no!

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Three more come in with 2 laps to go

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... Read more »

Category: Special Events | Views: 363 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 23-August-14

Ken Pettit restarts on point with 54 laps to go after an incident between Ben Geer and Tony Long. The middle part of this event was dominated by #8, who led more than half of his 31 laps during this section of the race. We also saw an increase in wrecks, one of which ended up taking out our Consolation Race Winner:

Ken Pettit and Tim McDonnell restart 1-2

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Dan and Brodrick Wittmann tangle!

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Glenn Kaufmann flies over Brodrick after he

 hits the wall and flips! Both stay in the race

with moderate damage

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Craig Lee takes his first lead on lap 39

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Ken and Craig make contact after the

lead exchange, sending Ken for a ride!

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Scott Deutsch gets the worst of it,

forcing him to retire from the race

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Dan makes a 3-wide move for the lead

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Ben takes it back before Dan leads a lap

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Glenn Kaufmann spins in turn 4!

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With 30 laps to go on the next restart, the  All-Star Race is in the midst of it's first fuel mileage finish. Tony Long, Craig Lee and Brodrick Wittmann all topped-off for gas on the last lap of the caution flag. Ben Geer will remain our leader heading into turn 1.

Category: Special Events | Views: 414 | Added by: TonyPizzaro | Date: 22-July-14

After a Consolation Race won by Scott Deutsch, the 11-car field was finally set. Tony Pizzaro grabbed the pole with a speed of 47.069 seconds. He's no Bill Elliott, but he seems to be the favorite heading into tonight's race. Craig Lee and Dan Johnston were without teammate Ryan Heuser giving them a boost, giving QSM a rare disadvantage from the start. Either R2W or Top Geer Motorsports were going to dominate the beginning of this one, and it proved to be correct:

Fifth N.O.R.L. All-Star Race Goes Green!

Ken Pettit takes the lead on Lap 3

Tony Long flies by on the outside lane

Butter has problems, goes to the garage

Ken fight's back on the backstretch

Even Honda's can bump draft!

Dan Johnston spins and saves on Lap 11!

Tim passes Ken after the first caution

Ben Geer follows and takes it himself

Ken gets his third lead of the night

Dan's teammate Craig spins and saves

Turn two chaos ensues on lap 23!

Ben and Tony Long go for a wild ride,

but come out with minimal damage.

After the second yellow flag of the night, Glenn Kaufmann would stay out to lead one lap. Ken Pettit would retain his lead after a fuel-only pit stop with Tim McDonnell and friend Scott Deutsch right on his tail. One can easily guess what's about to happen next.

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