11.7.13 Super DIRTcar Series Results (Charlotte Motor Speedway)


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Posted on Nov 8 2013 - 9:12am by Bores4815

11.7.13 Super DIRTcar Series Results

11.7.13 Super DIRTcar Series Results (Charlotte Motor Speedway)


Hearn, Planck, Friesen and Godown kick off World of Outlaws World Finals with two heat wins



CONCORD, N.C. – Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 - Brett Hearn is ready to wrap up yet another Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Series season with a flourish. Last year’s series finale race winner has started the World of Outlaws World Finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte with two heat race finishes Thursday, Nov. 7, putting him among the top starters in Friday’s and Saturday’s feature events.

“It’s unique that we know on Thursday night that we’re going to be starting up front both Friday night and Saturday night already,” said Hearn, who heads into the World of Outlaws World Finals with the Super DIRTcar Series point lead over Matt Sheppard. “It takes a little bit of the anxiety away and helps us sleep a little bit better at night.”

However, Hearn wasn’t the only one to see success Thursday. Dale Planck, Stewart Friesen and Ryan Godown also went two-for-two in their respective heats and will redraw among the top five both Friday and Saturday. Gary Tomkins will join the redraw Friday, but narrowly missed the cut for Saturday’s race. Tim McCreadie took victory in the last heat race of the night, starting fourth and within just a few laps battling Tomkins for the lead.

“We were off with both cars,” said McCreadie, who is pulling double-duty this weekend, alternating between a Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified and a World of Outlaws Late Model every night. McCreadie thanked his Modified crew for helping him get from a fifth place finish in the first heat to victory lane by the end of the night: “this car is usually never off. It was off a little, and between Jeff, and the three guys and Vinny that were here, they worked their tails off and made it better.”

Hearn is both confident and cautious going into the weekend’s high-stakes races at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, knowing that McCreadie and a stout field of competitors are aiming to challenge him, but also ready to defend his lead in Super DIRTcar Series points.

“I know tomorrow’s a different day, I know the track is going to be a lot different than it was tonight, but I just really like the way the car feels on the race track. Right now, I’m feeling pretty good about everything,” Hearn said. “Now we just have to watch the track and make the right adjustments to make sure we’re right for the features.”

The World of Outlaws World Finals continues Friday, Nov. 8, and Saturday, Nov. 9, with feature races in each of the Super DIRTcar Series, World of Outlaws Late Model Series and World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. For more information, including a full event schedule and ticketing information, visit http://www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/dirt.

Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Series

World of Outlaws World Finals – Qualifying

The Dirt Track at Charlotte

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Friday Qualifying Heats (8 laps, top 4 transfer, winner redraws)

Heat 1: 1. 7z Dale Planck, Homer, N.Y.; 2. 43 Keith Flach, Ravena, N.Y.; 3. 74M Matt Billings, Brockport, Ontario; 4. 83 Brian Swartzlander, Leechburg, Penn.; 5. 4* Tim McCreadie, Watertown, N.Y.; 6. 323 Neal Williams, Pittsgrove, N.J.; 7. 8r Rob Billinger, Cicero, N.Y.; 8. 10c Tim Currier, Auburn, N.Y.; 9. R40 Ryan Forte, Blue Anchor, N.J.; 10. 4J Stephane LaFrance, St. Albert, Ontario

Heat 2: 1. 20 Brett Hearn, Sussex, N.J.; 2. 9s Matt Sheppard, Waterloo, N.Y.; 3. 74F Tim Fuller, Edwards, N.Y.; 4. 98h Jimmy Phelps, Baldwinsville, N.Y.; 5. 21a Pete Britten, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; 6. 19w Justin Wright, York, N.Y.; 7. 66x Carey Terrance, Hogansburg, N.Y,; 8. T21 Roger Chrysler, Tuscarora Nation, N.Y.; 9. 29e Erik Martin, Evans City, Penn. DNS: 7 Mike Maresca, Potsdam, N. Y.

Heat 3: 1. 1WGC Stewart Friesen, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario; 2. 10v Billy VanInwegen, Sparrowbush, N.Y.; 3. 42B Kevin Bates, Lake Ariel, Penn.; 4. 37md Jeremiah Shingledecker, Polk, Penn.; 5. 115 Kenny Tremont, Jr., West Sandlake, N.Y.; 6. 21k Randy Chrysler, Lewsiton, N.Y.; 7. 3d Matt DeLorenzo, Cropsyville, N.Y.; 8. 711 JaMike Sowle, Fultonville, N.Y.; 9. 27T Travis Stacey, Kanawage, Quebec

Heat 4: 1. 747 Ryan Godown, Ringoes, N.J.; 2. 3h Justin Haers, Phelps, N.Y.; 3. 14s Duane Howard, Oley, Penn.; 4. 91 Billy Decker, Unadilla, N. Y.; 5. 7x Rick Laubach, Quakertown, Penn.; 6. 49 Billy Dunn, Watertown, N.Y.; 7. 14g Brian Gleason, Hyde Park, N.Y.; 8. 5H Chris Hile, Syracuse, N.Y.; 9. 21m Bob McGannon, Garnerville, N.Y.; 10. 26 Rick Richner, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Heat 5: 1. 84 Gary Tomkins, Clifton Springs, N.Y.; 2. 7J Danny Johnson, Rochester, N.Y.; 3. 6m Mat Williamson, St. Catherines, Ontario; 4. 63 Adam Roberts, Watertown, N.Y.; 5. 14M C.G. Morey, Danby, Vt.; 6. 48T Dave Rauscher, Waterloo, N.Y.; 7. 8 Rich Scagliotta, Hillsborough, N.J.; 8. M40 Mark Forte, Blue Anchor, N.J.

Friday Timed Hot Laps: 1. Phelps 15.730, 2. Planck 15.781, 3. Britten 15.799, 4. Godown 15.808, 5. Hearn 15.915, 6. Williams 16.051, 7. Fuller 16.098, 8. Howard 16.120, 9. Flach 16.126, 10. Currier 16.195, 11. Billings 16.220, 12. Friesen 16.231, 13. McCreadie 16.238, 14. Haers 16.245, 15. Decker 16.276, 16. VanInwegen 16.322, 17. Swartzlander 16.332. 18. Laubach 16.340, 19. Sheppard 16.342, 20. Terrance 16.343, 21. Bellinger 16.416, 22. Bates 16.429, 23. Gleason 16.554, 24. Dunn 16.600, 25. Martin 16.625, 26. Shingledecker 16.625, 27. Randy Chrysler 16.654, 28. Tomkins 16.676, 29. Williamson 16.676, 30. Johnson 16.723, 31. Scagliotta 16.776, 32. Tremont 16.782, 33. DeLorenzo 16.812, 34. McGannon 16.812, 35. Wright 16.834, 36. Hile 16.877, 37. LaFrance 16.915, 38. Sowle 16.936, 39. Stacey 16.980, 40. R. Forte 17.059, 41. Richner 17.069, 42. Rauscher 17.071, 43. Piazza 17.091, 44. Morey 17.127, 45. Roberts 17.176, 46. Sarkisian 17.183, 47. Maresca 17.185, 48. M. Forte 17.303, 49. Roger Chrysler 17.369

Saturday Qualifying Heats (8 laps, top 4 transfer, winner redraws)

Heat 1: Godown, Phelps, Scagliotta, Flach, Bates, Dunn, R. Forte, Shingledecker, Roberts, Roger Chrysler

Heat 2: Planck, Johnson, Haers, Williamson, Britten, Tremont, Fuller, Hile, Randy Chrysler, LaFrance

Heat 3: Hearn, Howard, VanInwegen, Bellinger, Williams, Stacey, Richner, Morey. DNS: Martin

Heat 4: Friesen, Sheppard, Billings, Laubach, Decker, Currier, Rauscher, Maresca, McGannon. DNS: Sarkisian

Heat 5: McCreadie, Tomkins, Wright, Swartzlander, Terrance, M. Forte, DeLorenzo, Sarkisian, Sowle, Gleason

Saturday Timed Hot Laps: 1. Godown 15.644, 2. Planck 15.752, 3. Friesen 15.937, 4. Phelps 15.982, 5. Hearn 15.986, 6. Sheppard 16.055, 7. Johnson 16.084, 8. Billings 16.130, 9. Howard 16.194, 10. Williams 16.239, 11. Britten 16.281, 12. Tomkins 16.285, 13. Tremont 16.304, 14. Fuller 16.349, 15. Laubach 16.370, 16. Decker 16.393, 17. Currier 16.397, 18. Scagliotta 16.413, 19. Wright 16.413, 20. Haers 16.426, 21. M. Forte 16.474, 22. Bates 16.478, 23. Piazza 16.478, 24. McCreadie 16.480, 25. Gleason 16.502, 26. Williamson 16.521, 27. Dunn 16.604, 28. Erik Martin 16.637, 29. McGannon 16.649, 30. Bellinger 16.732, 31. Flach 16.757, 32. Swartzlander 16.834, 33. Randy Chrysler 16.859, 34. Hile 16.870, 35. VanInwegen 16.882, 36. DeLorenzo 16.907, 37. R. Forte 16.932, 38. Rauscher 17.033, 39. Terrance 17.093, 40. LaFrance 17.104, 41. Maresca 17.108, 42. Richner 17.165, 43. Morey 17.174, 44. Roberts 17.250, 45. Shingledecker 17.278, 46. Sowle 17.328, 47. Stacey 17.553, 48. Roger Chrysler 17.656, 49. Sarkisian 17.675

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