4.12.14 MOWA Sprints Results From 34 Raceway


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Posted on Apr 13 2014 - 9:24am by Bores4815

4.12.14 MOWA Sprints Results From 34 Raceway

4.12.14 MOWA Sprints Results From 34 Raceway



By Bill Wright: Terry McCarl (15th car out to time) set quick time at 12.843 seconds. Kevin Swindell (25th) was second quick, followed by Paul Nienhiser (20th), Dustin Selvage (27th), Bronson Maeschen (31st), Ian Madsen (19th), Wayne Johnson (14th), Josh Schneiderman (11th), Cole Wood (18th) and Joey Moughan (4th). Matt Harms failed to get a time in.

Heat one (started): 1. McCarl 24 (4) 2. Maeschen 96 (3) 3. Chris Martin 44m (1) 4. Ryan Bunton 6R (6) / 5. Jimmy Light 23 (5) 6. John Dines 31 (8) 7. Matt Harms 53H (9) 8. Wood 17w (2) 9. Matt Krieger 83x (7)

Top two finishers transferred to the Dash. Wood took command in the 8-lapper but stopped with rear-end problems on lap seven. McCarl assumed the lead and cruised to victory.

Heat two (started): 1. Craig Dollansky 7 (1) 2. Moughan 17m (2) 3. Swindell 82 (4) 4. Madsen 18 (3) / 5. Ryan Kempin 2K (7) 6. Dakota Hendrickson 4 (5) 7. Levi Curry 25 (6) 8. Dave Getchell 83 (8)

Dollansky led the distance. Madsen jumped to second and Swindell to third. Swindell performed a 360 spin, maintaining fourth on lap five. Madsen jumped the berm in turn one on lap seven and came to a stop. Moughan held onto the second Dash spot, while Madsen came back to grab the final feature transfer.

Heat three (started): 1. Jerrod Hull 12 (2) 2. Johnson 77x (3) 3. AJ Bruns 44 (1) 4. Nienhiser 9 (4) / 5. Jeremy Standridge 10s (6) 6. Korey Weyant 99w (5) 7. Jeremy Schultz 5J (7) 8. Jimmy Davies 99 (8)

Hull took the early lead over Bruns. Johnson grabbed second on lap two.

Heat four (started): 1. Josh Schneiderman 49 (3) 2. Ben Wagoner 84 (1) 3. Scott Neitzel 2w (2) 4. Jarrod Schneiderman 14s (5) / 5. Logan Faucon 52F (4) 6. Caleb Wankel 5 (7) 7. Donnie Steward 73 (6) DNS – Selvage 7K

Selvage lost a motor in time trials after registering fourth quick. Wagoner led early. Schneiderman used the low side to get to second, and the lead pair battled the last half of the race, with Schneiderman making the winning pass on the last lap.

Dash (started): 1. Dollansky (1) 2. McCarl (7) 3. Moughan (3) 4. Josh Schneiderman (4) 5. Johnson (5) 6. Maeschen (6) 7. Wagoner (8) 8. Hull (2)

Dollansky led the 6-lap distance, but McCarl was second by lap three and gaining. One more lap and he would have been leading. Hull dropped out early with an inspection plug issue.

B main one (started): 1. Light (2) 2. Weyant (1) / 3. Dines (5) 4. Standridge (4) 5. Harms (7) 6. Davies (8) 7. Schmidt (6) 8. Krieger (3) DNS – Selvage

Light led the 10-lap distance.

B main two (started): 1. Wood (1) 2. Hendrickson (2) / 3. Kempin (5) 4. Curry (3) 5. Faucon (4) 6. Steward (8) 7. Wankel (6) 8. Getchell (7)

Wood won this one going away.

A main (started): 1. McCarl (2) 2. Nienhiser (10) 3. Dollansky (1) 4. Swindell (9) 5. Madsen (11) 6. Hull (8) 7. Johnson (5) 8. Josh Schneiderman (4) 9. Bruns (14) 10. Wood (18) 11. Bunton (16) 12. Light (17) 13. Wagoner (7) 14. Moughan (3) 15. Dines (21, prov.) 16. Weyant (19) 17. Hendrickson (20) 18. Martin (13) 19. Kempin (22, prov.) 20. Neitzel (12) 21. Maeschen (6) 22. Jarrod Schneiderman (15)

McCarl and Dollansky were side by side in one and two to start the 30-lapper. When Dollansky went low in three and four, McCarl shot around him on the cushion and the race for the lead was essentially over at that point. Moughan was in the top ten when he brought the first caution of the race with a spin on lap four. The restart saw McCarl leading Dollansky, Johnson, Schneiderman and Nienhiser. Schneiderman took over third on the restart. Nienhiser continued his charge from tenth and passed Schneiderman on lap eight before Maeschen tagged an infield tire and retired on lap eleven. Hull went from fourth by Nienhiser for third on that restart, but the race was slowed again by a Neitzel spin on lap 14. Nienhiser pulled the move of the race on the restart, shooting by both Hull and Dollansky into second. The last 16 laps went non-stop, with McCarl never seriously challenged for the $3,000 prize. Nienhiser ran a solid second, ahead of Dollansky. Swindell and Madsen waged a battle through the field to round out the top five.