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Blog Submitted by allstar on 05/31/2007 at 3:07 PM Report Blog

 World of Outlaws Race Notes - June 1, 2007 - Sharon Speedway Outlaws Back at Sharon for Ninth Time The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will be on the 3/8-mile dirt oval at Sharon Speedway for the ninth time on June 1.Danny Lasoski took the initial visit of the Outlaws back in May of 2001.Lasoski is also the track record holder at the Hartford oval, which was set on July 30, 2003."King" Steve Kinser, who is a 20-time World of Outlaws champion, owns three A-Main trophies in seven visits to Sharon Speedway.In all, five different drivers have taken the checkered flag in the eight previous Outlaws races.In addition to Kinser, Lasoski is the only other repeat winner at Sharon Speedway. Previous A-Main Winners at Sharon Speedway May 31, 2002Danny Lasoski July 31, 2002Joey Saldana July 30, 2003 (Resumption from May due to rain)Steve Kinser July 30, 2003Steve Kinser June 5,2004Danny Lasoski July 29, 2004Steve Kinser June 3,2005Jason Meyers May 20, 2006Jac Haudenschild Sharon Speedway Track Record 12.844 sec. - Danny Lasoski (July 30, 2003) 2007 Outlaws Notes The World of Outlaws Sprint Series has been a two horse race thus far in 2007, with 2006 champion Donny Schatz going head-to-head with Joey Saldana, who pilots Kasey Kahne's No. 9 machine.Their stats are mirror image of one another thus far in the 2007 season.After 26 races, Schatz holds a slim 51-point lead over "The Brownsburg Bullet".Schatz has seven A-Main wins (February 9 at Volusia Speedway Park, March 3 at Manzanita Speedway, March 16 at Houston Raceway Park, April 28 at Knoxville Raceway, May 17 at Williams Grove Speedway, May 18 at Williams Grove Speedway and May 25 at The Dirt Track at Lowe's Motor Speedway) to his credit, while Saldana has five wins (February 23 at Thunderbowl Raceway, March 17 at Pike County Speedway, March 24 at Volunteer Speedway, March 31 at Dixie Speedway, and April 20 at Attica Raceway Park) this season.Schatz also has 18 top five finishes to Saldana's 16.Schatz also holds a slim 23-21 edge in top 10 finishes this year as well. Other feature winners this season include Steve Kinser (5), Daryn Pittman (2), Jason Meyers (2), Danny Lasoski (2), Craig Dollansky (1), Tim Kaeding (1) and Kerry Madsen (1). Current World of Outlaws Point Standings (As of May 31) Pos.DriverPointsWinsTop 5 1.Donny Schatz3711718 2.Joey Saldana3660516 3.Daryn Pittman350528 4.Danny Lasoski347528 5.Steve Kinser3435513 6.Jason Meyers3419210 7.Craig Dollansky332919 8.Paul McMahan330506 9.Jason Solwold322502 10.Jac Haudenschild320604 Most Recent Outlaws Races 5/18 Williams Grove Speedway Winner: Donny Schatz 5/20 New Egypt Speedway Winner: Steve Kinser 5/23Grandview Speedway Winner: Danny Lasoski 5/25 The Dirt Track at Lowe's Motor Speedway Winner: Donny Schatz 5/28 Rolling Wheels Raceway Park Winner:Steve Kinser 2007 World of Outlaws Sprint Series Drivers No.NameHome D1Justin HendersonSioux Falls, South Dakota 1XRandy HannaganSan Jose, California 2Brooke TatnellSan Souci, New South Wales, Australia 3Chad KemenahFindlay, Ohio 5CChad HillierBurlington, Washington 6T Tim ShafferAliquippa, Pennsylvania 7Craig DollanskyElk River, Minnesota 7SJason SidesBarlett, Tennessee 8KZach ChappellTalala, OK 9 Joey SaldanaBrownsburg, Indiana 10CJeremy CampbellMonroe, Michigan 11 Steve KinserBloomington, Indiana 11DDion HindiAlbuquerque, New Mexico 11HKerry MadsenSt. Mary's New South Wales, Australia Tim KaedingSan Jose, California 14Jason MeyersClovis, California 15Donny SchatzFargo, North Dakota 15HSam Hafertepe Jr.Sunnyvale, Texas 18Brian CarlsonLinden, Indiana 18TTony Bruce Jr.Liberal, Kansas R19Jason SolwoldMt. Vernon, Washington 20Paul McMahanNashville, Tennesse 21Daryn PittmanOwasso, Oklahoma 24Terry McCarlAltoona, Iowa 35Jac HaudenschildWooster, Ohio 36Jason MartinLiberal, Kansas 83Danny LasoskiDover, Missouri2007 Sprint Feature Winners at Sharon Speedway 4/21Winner: Bob Felmlee 5/5Winner: Bob Felmlee 5/12Winner: Ed Lynch, Jr. 5/19Winner: Ed Lynch, Jr.(Feature raced on 5/26 due to rain) 5/26Winner: Bob Felmlee 2007 Sharon Speedway Sprint Points Pos.No.NameHometownPointsWinsTop 5Top 10 1.6FBob FelmleeFranklin, PA537345 2.2LEd Lynch, Jr.Apollo, PA509244 3.9Kevin SchaefferKittanning, PA4994               5 4.5KMike KekichHermitage, PA46634 5.49Jody KeeganFremont, OH41834 6.23SRuss SansostiStruthers, OH41713 7.77Kyle MoffitSouth Dayton, NY4063 8.91Bob LimeNorth Olmsted, OH4004 9.2Leo O'MalleyAustintown, OH357 10.T46Mike PalmerLisbon, OH356 2006 Review: Haudenschild Edges Out Tatnell at Sharon Speedway HARTFORD, Ohio; May 20, 2006 - Jac Haudenschild held off a late charge by Brooke Tatnell, and grabbed the checkered flag in the World of Outlaws Sprint Series 40-lap A-main event on the 3/8-mile oval at Sharon Speedway. The evening began with a helicopter hovering, along with equipment from Kirila Contractors, to help dry the racing surface at Sharon Speedway so that the stars and cars of the World of Outlaws Sprint Series could compete.With the track dry, Brooke Tatnell, of San Souci, New South Wales, Australia, was the quickest man in qualifying.Tatnell lapped the 3/8-mile oval in 12.954 seconds.Terry McCarl, Craig Dollansky, Daryn Pittman and Jac Haudenschild were the remaining drivers in the top five of the qualifying. Ed Lynch, Jr., Joey Saldana, Donny Schatz and Bill Rose were the winners in the 8-lap heat races.With Donny Schatz winning the second heat race, he became eligible to choose if he wanted to race for a 50,000 bonus in the 40-lap A-main. "We are going to go to the back and give it a try," Schatz said after winning his heat race. With that being said, Schatz accepted the $50,000 Challenge, and was sent to 24th in the A-main.Schatz needed to drive through the field and win in order to take home the $50,000 bonus. Following the heat races, the World of Outlaws Sprint Series moved to the C-main.Scott Bonnell won the race, with John Schuyler finishing second.Both drivers transferred to the B-main.In the B-main, Mike Kekich, of Hermitage, Pa., flipped violently down the backstretch.Fortunately, Kekich walked to the ambulance after the incident.After the red flag period for Kekich's wreck, Chad Kemenah crossed the line as the winner.The win in the B-main gave him a spot in the back of the field for the A-main.Craig Dollansky, Dion Hindi and Rob Eyler also transferred to the A-main. Jac Haudenschild won the 10-lap dash to earn the pole position for the 40-lap A-main.Brooke Tatnell earned the second starting spot with a second place finish in the dash.Daryn Pittman finished third and Dale Blaney took the checkered flag in fourth.Donny Schatz, who accepted the $50,000 Challenge, finished fifth, but was sent to 24th starting spot for the A-main after he accepted the challenge. Haudenschild and Tatnell paced the field to the green flag for the 40-lap A-main event.Tatnell got the early jump on the field.Tatnell built a six car length lead over the No. 10C of Jeremy Campbell.Donny Schatz racing for $50,000 moved into 12th on lap four.Therefore, he passed half of the field in four laps.At the front of the field, Tatnell built his lead to nearly a straightaway by the sixth circuit.Tatnell was the man to beat in the early laps, as he was able to hold a sizeable margin over Campbell.Schatz' charge for $50,000 moved into the top 10 on lap 7.His charge to the front was halted when he clipped Jason Martin's car as he battled for ninth.Schatz spun in the middle of the backstretch to bring out the caution flag.Dale Blaney relinquished fifth spot under the caution flag after a flat tire. On the restart, Tatnell used lapped traffic to his advantage, and took nearly a straightaway lead over Campbell in second.After a caution on lap 22, Tatnell regained his lead, but the battle for second heated up.Jac Haudenschild used a slide-job on Campbell to take second exiting turn two."The Wild Child" did not stop in second.Two laps later, Haudenschild dipped to the low-side of turn four to take the lead away from Tatnell for the first time in the race.Haudenschild pulled away from Tatnell after taking the lead.His lead grew to nearly one straightaway. However, Tatnell reeled in "The Wild Child" as the laps wound down.With only seven laps remaining, Haudenschild's lead was just over a car length.Tatnell remained on the rear bumper for the last seven laps.These two Mean 15 drivers put on a great show as they battled for the lead.With two laps remaining, Tatnell looked to the low-side of Haudenschild for the lead out of turn four.Despite Tatnell's challenge, Haudenschild edged Tatnell by .130 sec. to take the checkered flag in the A-main.Following Tatnell in second, Randy Hannagan drove from eighth starting spot to finish third.Jeremy Campbell was fourth, with Daryn Pittman rounding out the top five.Justin Henderson, Terry McCarl, Joey Saldana, Ed Lynch, Jr. and Dion Hindi were the remaining top 10 finishers.After the checkered flag, Terry McCarl slowed in turn two after the driveline broke on his No. 24 car.McCarl suffered an ankle injury after the failure. 2006 Top 10 Finishers from May 20, 2006 1.Jac Haudenschild 2.Brooke Tatnell 3.Randy Hannagan 4.Jeremy Campbell 5.Daryn Pittman 6.Justin Henderson 7.Terry McCarl 8.Joey Saldana 9.Ed Lynch, Jr. 10. Dion Hindi Tickets General admission tickets will cost $25 for adults.Kids (6-13) can enter the Hartford oval for just $5 on June 1, making a family trip to the Outlaws the best deal in town.Reserved seats for the World Outlaws are just $2 more.Pit passes are $32.For tickets call the track at (330) 772-1186 or log on to www.sharonspeedway.com. The gates will open at 4 p.m., with hot laps to commence at 6:30 p.m. and qualifying at 7 p.m.
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