Scouts Should "be prepared" For Free Fun On May 5th

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Monday, April 24, 2006) – All Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brownies better “be prepared” for free fun and entertainment at Attica Raceway Park.

All scouts are invited to “Ohio’s Finest Racing” at the Attica Fairgrounds – located just north of U.S. 224 and just east of St. Rt. 4 – on Friday, May 5 as part of Pepsi Night/Scouts Night. All you scouts need to do is show up with your scout uniform on and you will get into watch the mudslinging, fire-breathing sprint cars and late models FREE!

Attica Raceway Park is a 3/8th mile banked dirt track with cars racing in speeds of over 100 mph.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. and racing will begin at 8 p.m. If time permits, there will be an autograph session around 7:30 p.m. with some of the drivers for the scouts to meet and talk to.

Also, any scouts 10-years-old and under will be eligible to win a FREE BIKE!

There is great food available at reasonable prices, from pizza to hamburgers and hotdogs to walking tacos and much more.
For more information call 419-426-8911 or 419-680-5606.

Improvements Underway At Attica Raceway Park

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Saturday, April 22, 2006) – No one was happy with the track conditions Friday, April 21, at Attica Raceway Park…especially promoter and limited late model racer John Bores. Bores and crew were up bright and early Saturday to begin work to improve the surface for better – and more importantly – safer racing.

“Attica Raceway Park would like to apologize to the drivers, race teams and fans for the track conditions Friday night. The track was extremely hard and dry from all the racing during the two-day Coors Light Spring Nationals last weekend. The track prep team started watering and preparing the racing surface from Wednesday evening through Friday afternoon,” explained Bores.

“Due to the hard compacted clay below, the water did not soak in properly. Subsequently the track could not be run in and prepared properly,” Bores continued.

Friday afternoon’s hot and humid conditions and intermitent rain also contributed to track prep woes.

In an all-out effort to make “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue the best it can be, the track crew went back to work early Saturday, ripping and disking the hard pan soil and regrading the race track.

One of the more fascinating tools Bores was able to utilize via his company (UUI) is setting GPS coordinates for the grader so the track can be returned to original condition if it becomes dished out or crowns in the middle. The technology is so accurate that apparently if desired a completed duplicate of the track configuration could be built based off the coordinates.

“The entire Attica Raceway Park staff appreciates the patience of the fans, drivers and race teams and their support,” said ARP Operations Manager Rex LeJeune.

Racing continues at Attica Raceway Park Friday, April 28 with Bazell Race Fuel Night featuring the winged 410 sprints, 305 sprints and Sunoco American Late Model Series. Gates open at 5 p.m. with racing at 8 p.m.

4.21.06 Results

Tim Sabo Claims Attica Loot before Rains Halt Action

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Friday, April 21, 2006) – It looked like Attica Raceway Park would escape the wrath of Mother Nature for the second week in a row. While rains pounded the surrounding area, the racing action at Attica on Underground Utilities Night was full go Friday….until lap 13 of the 410 sprint main when the skies opened up, forcing cancellation of the remaining

Before the rains, Fremont’s Tim Sabo used his wealth of experience to power around the younger drivers on a very heavy and rough track to score a $1,000 pay day in the limited late model feature.

Sabo drove around early leader Larry Kingseed on lap three and sped away from the field. Gibsonburg veteran Bill Hahn got around Kingseed with a handful of laps remaining to take second, with Kingseed, who had won the previous two features at ARP , third, Brandon Perkins, Chris Killer, Jeff McCoy, Steve Sabo, Bill Clapp Jr., Mike Bores and Chuck Hummer rounding out the top 10.

“I have to thank Josh Caster and their family for putting me in their late model,” said Sabo beside his Dave and Maryann Stout, Bill Frankart, Level Performance sponsored #98. “These youngsters don’t know how to attack a heavy track…I’ve been around long enough to know how to do that.”

The 410 sprints got 13 of the 30 lap A-main in the books before the rains fell. World of Outlaws regular Chad Kemenah – making an appearance after their show was rained out in Indiana earlier – took the lead from Ron Blair with a great low move exiting turn four to complete the 13th lap. When the race resumes, Kemenah will be leading Blair, Lee Jacobs, Brandon Martin and Andrew Palker.

Attica officials will announce in the near feature when the remaining laps of the 410 feature will be run. The 305 sprints will run double features during a yet-to-be-determined night of racing.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, April 28, with Bazell Race Fuels Night featuring the 410 sprints, 305 sprints and the Sunoco American Late Models.

Go to for more information.

Attica Raceway Park

410 Super SprintsHeat 1 – Budweiser (Top 5 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 11M-Brandon Martin; 2. 15K-Chad Kemenah; 3. 11N-Ed Neumeister; 4. 60-Jody Keegan; 5. 55-Brian Smith; 6. 14H-Todd Heller; 7. 48-Mike Burkin; 8. 17X-Dustin Keegan

Heat 2 – Ramsey Trucking (Top 5 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 37Z-Brian Scott; 2. 16-Lee Jacobs; 3. 78-Todd Kane; 4. 11B-Brock Mayes; 5. 8S-Craig Mintz; 6. 2G-Caleb Griffith; 7. 5R-Bryon Reed; 8. O-Ben Rutan; 9. 10S-Roger Shammo

Heat 3 – Bell Helmets (Top 5 Transer to the A-Main)
1. K-Andrew Palker; 2. X-Mark Keegan; 3. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 4. 35-Ron Blair; 5. 99-Alvin Roepke; 6. 19-Becca Anderson; 7. 3L-Mike Linder; 8. 10-David Harrison; 9. 91-Aaron Middaugh

B-main (Top 5 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 14H-Todd Heller; 2. 2G-Caleb Griffith; 3. 19-Becca Anderson; 4. 5R-Bryon Reed; 5. 3L-Mike Linder; 6. 48-Mike Burkin; 7. O-Ben Rutan; 8. 91-Aaron Middaugh; 9. 10S-Roger Shammo; 10. 17X-Dustin Keegan; 11. 10-David Harrison

305 SprintsHeat 1 – Budweiser (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 2. 18-Jim Dunhum; 3. 27-Jeremy Durst; 4. 70-Aaron Scheid; 5. 22D-Dan Hammond; 6. 55S-Benny Bowman; 7. O7-Scott Mominee

Heat 2 – Advanced Limo of Tiffin (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 34-Mark Whaley; 2. 35-Stuart Brubaker; 3. 66L-Ryan Lowe; 4. 11-Shawn Colvin; 5. 33-Jed Prater; 6. 7-Brad Haudenschild; 7. 49-Coty Runion

Heat 3 – Bell Helmets (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. O2-Kevin Lee; 2. O1-Bryan Sebetto; 3. 48S-Andy Shammo; 4. 4M-Jamie Miller; 5. 71-Bill Kraylek; 6. 21-Scott Kraylek; 7. 55B-Brad Bowman; 8. 83D-Noah Wagner

Heat 4 – Griffs Engines (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 5-Dusin Dinan; 2. 15-A.J. Sleek; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver; 4. 15C-Chris Andrews; 5. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 6. 31-Chad Gullett

B-main (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 71-Bill Kraylek; 2. 33-Jed Prater; 3. 21-Scott Kraylek; 4. 49-Coty Runion; 5. 22D-Dan Hammond; 6. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 7. 55B-Brad Bowman; 8. 55S-Benny Bowman; 9. 7-Brad Haudenschild; 10. O7-Scott Mominee; 11. 31-Chad
Gullett; 12. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 13. 83D-Noah Wagner; 14. 65-Mark Lang; 15. 29-Chris Lang;

Limited Lates
Heat 1 – Budweiser (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 30-Nate Potts; 2. C4-Bill Clapp Jr.; 3. 8K-Kevin Koerper; 4. 48-John Bores; 5. 12-Michael Stiltner; 6. 65-Bob Gregory; 7. 38S-Scott Wilson; 8. 101-Chester Fitch

Heat 2 – Tin Lizzy Collision (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 99-Steve Sabo; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed; 3. 27-Bill Hahn; 4. O1-Art Ball; 5. O14-Paul Brown Jr.; 6. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 7. 77C-Craig Corfman; 8. 9B-Luke Bieri

Heat 3 – Bell Helmets (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 92-Brandon Perkins; 2. 67-Chris Keller; 3. 45-Mike Marteney; 4. 15B-Mike Bores; 5. 9I-Roger Inks; 6. 29-Matt Potts

Heat 4 – Computer Man Inc. (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 98-Tim Sabo; 2. O2-Jeff Mccoy; 3. 50-Ryan Missler; 4. 55-Chuck Hummer; 5. 94-Chris Smith; 6. 71JS-Joe Smith; 7. 71-Rusty Smith

B-Main (Top 4 Transer to the A-Main)
1. 94-Chris Smith; 2. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 3. 12-Michael Stiltner; 4. 101-Chester Fitch; 5. 71JS-Joe Smith; 6. 65-Bob Gregory; 7. O14-Paul Brown Jr.; 8. 77C-Craig Corfman; 9. 38S-Scott Wilson; 10. 9I-Roger Inks; 11. 34-Kevin Miller; 12. 29-Matt Potts
A-Main Starting Position []
1. 98-Tim Sabo[3]; 2. 27-Bill Hahn[9]; 3. 21-Larry Kingseed[5]; 4. 92-Brandon Perkins[4]; 5. 67-Chris Keller[15]; 6. O2-Jeff Mccoy[16]; 7. 99-Steve Sabo[14]; 8. C4-Bill Clapp Jr.[6]; 9. 15B-Mike Bores[11]; 10. 55-Chuck Hummer[7]; 11. 12-Michael Stiltner[12]; 12. 101-Chester Fitch[13]; 13. 48-John Bores[8]; 14. 50-Ryan Missler[18]; 15. O1-Art Ball[1]; 16. 30-Nate Potts[2]; 17. 8K-Kevin Koerper[17]; 18. 94-Chris Smith[10]; 19. 45-Mike Marteney[19]; 20. 69-John Mayes Jr.[DNS]

4.15.06 Results

Wilson Backs Up Prediction With All Star Win

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Saturday, April 15, 2006) – Greg Wilson made a prediction from victory lane after winning the All Star Circuit of Champions dash Saturday on the second night of the Coors Light Spring Nationals at Attica Raceway Park: “I’ll be back up here in a little while.”

Wilson made good on that promise to claim the 40 lap feature win, his first for new owner Verl Warnimont. The win moved the Benton Ridge, Ohio driver into the All Star point lead.

“We always run good at Attica. To accomplish this first win for Verl in front of this huge crowd is just awesome,” said Wilson beside his All Star Plumbing and Heating sponsored w20. “I found a good line, high around one and two and low around three and four and my crew just gave me an easy car to drive. It was just a matter of saving the tires and not slipping off the

Wilson dedicated the victory to fellow All Star competitor Danny Smith, whose wife succomed to cancer earlier in the day.

“This is such a sad day for our racing family. Danny is a great guy and our thoughts and prayers go out to him and his family,” said Wilson.

The 35 drivers signing into the pits on the second night of racing at Attica saw a much different surface. The heavy cushion gave way to a smooth, slick, racey surface that saw three grooves of racing.

Stevie Smith jumped into the lead from his pole starting spot in the feature and built a commanding lead over Brock Mayes and Wilson and battled back and forth.Catastrophe struck Smith on lap 18, as he made contact with a lapped machine in turn two and spun, sending him to the tail. At last year’s Spring Nationals, Smith encountered the exact same situation late in the race, when contact with a lapped car gave the win to Danny Smith.

On the restart, Wilson had two lapped cars between he and second place Mayes, with fast qualifier Kevin Huntley in third, followed by Byron Reed, Butch Schroeder, Mark Keegan, Mike Linder and Craig Mintz.

While Wilson cruised to a commanding lead positions third through eighth changed every lap.

At the half way mark, Wilson led over Mayes, Huntley, Schroeder, Keegan and Reed. On lap 28, Huntley and Mayes waged the battle for second. The second and last caution of the feature would fly on lap 31 for a spinning Reed. On the restart Wilso would have a three lap car advantage over Mayes, Huntley, Keegan, Mintz, Linder, and now a fast closing Dale Blaney who had started 14th.

With five laps to go, all eyes were on Smith, who had steadily worked his way from the tail after his spin to seventh. With three laps to go, Wilson was cruising, and Blaney had moved into second, with Mayes third, Linder fourth and now Smith into fifth. Smith used the very bottom of the track in turns three and four to move around Linder the next lap by and went to the high side around Mayes in turns one and two to take third.

Wilson held a five car length advantage at the checkered, with Blaney, Smith, Linder, Mayes, Mintz, Huntley, Keegan, Schroeder, and Bryan Scott rounding out the top 10.

“We had a good weekend for the first time out this year…a second and a fifth,” said Blaney beside his George Fisher #2. “It was just a matter of being patient and staying in your groove.”

Smith was upset with himself after tangling with the lapped machine.

“I was too worried about where Greg was running and not concentrating on where I needed to be. After I spun, I just had to calm down…I knew I had a good car. I just went back to the line I should have been running and started picking them off. My hat’s off to Greg, he ran a good race.”

In the 305 sprint main, front row starters Paul Weaver and Bobby Foster made contact exiting turn two on the start, sending Foster into the infield with a broken front end. Weaver then cut his way through lapped traffic to pick up his second straight win at Attica.

“It’s easy when you start up front. This is a great way to start the season…hopefully there will be many more of these,” said Weaver beside his M&L Excavating, Levell Performance sponsored #1w.

Behind Weaver at the checkered was 2005 Attica track champion Jamie Miller, up from his 12th starting spot, Chris Andrews, Kevin Lee, Bryan Sebetto, Scott Kraylek, Andy Shammo (up from 18th), Chris Lang, Craig Kays (up from 19th) and Stuart Brubaker who flipped on the opening lap, made repairs in time to rejoin the tail and come from the back of the pack.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action on Friday, April 21, as Underground Utilities Inc. sponsors the night’s racing with the 410 sprints, 305 sprints and the limited late models who will be running for $1,000 to win.

Attica Raceway Park
AllStar Circuit of Champions
Qualifying – Huggins Cams
1. 70-Kevin Huntley, 12.905; 2. 5R-Bryon Reed, 13.005; 3. K-Andrew Palker, 13.050; 4. 3L-Mike Linder, 13.282; 5. 7K-Butch Schroeder, 13.339; 6. X-Mark Keegan, 13.404; 7. 8S-Craig Mintz, 13.419; 8. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.522; 9. 8C-Bobby Clark, 13.635; 10. 11B-Brock Mayes, 13.656; 11. 4N-Niel Shepard, 13.753; 12. 19-Stevie Smith, 13.826; 13. 84-Jimmy Stinson, 13.849; 14. 37Z-Brian Scott, 13.986; 15. 16-Lee Jacobs, 13.999; 16. 2-Dale Blaney, 14.051; 17. 10-David Harrison, 14.056; 18. 78-Todd Kane, 14.085; 19. F1-Jon Finsel, 14.095; 20. 25M-Ken Mackey, 14.119; 21. 55-John Ivy, 14.142; 22. 14H-Todd Heller, 14.274; 23. 2X-Ryan Coniam, 14.287; 24. 5B-Chad Blonde, 14.430; 25. 71M-Paul May, 14.486; 26. 11M-Brandon Martin, 14.516; 27. 12M-James Mosher, 14.813; 28. 11N-Ed Neumeister, 14.840; 29. 10S-Roger Shammo, 14.971; 30. 55C-Joe Cheeseman, 15.345; 31. 2G-Caleb Griffith, 15.390; 32. 63-Barry Ruble, 15.595; 33. 98-Bruce Robenalt, 15.622; 34. 23-Jon Trudeau, 15.664; 35. 48B-Bill Shaw, NT

Heat 1 – Outerwears (top 5 to A)
1. 10-David Harrison; 2. 71M-Paul May; 3. 7K-Butch Schroeder; 4. 55-John Ivy; 5. 84-Jimmy Stinson; 6. 70-Kevin Huntley; 7. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 8. 10S-Roger Shammo; 9. 8C-Bobby Clark

Heat 2 – B&B Oval Track Products (top 5 to A)
1. 78-Todd Kane; 2. 37Z-Brian Scott; 3. 14H-Todd Heller; 4. 11B-Brock Mayes; 5. 5R-Bryon Reed; 6. X-Mark Keegan; 7. 23-Jon Trudeau; 8. 11M-Brandon Martin; 9. 55C-Joe Cheeseman

Heat 3 – Engler Machine & Tool (top 5 to A)
1. 2X-Ryan Coniam; 2. 16-Lee Jacobs; 3. 4N-Niel Shepard; 4. 2G-Caleb Griffith; 5. 12M-James Mosher; 6. 8S-Craig Mintz; 7. F1-Jon Finsel; 8. 48B-Bill Shaw; 9. K-Andrew Palker

Heat 4 – TP Wings (top 5 to A)
1. 5B-Chad Blonde; 2. 19-Stevie Smith; 3. 2-Dale Blaney; 4. W20-Greg Wilson; 5. 25M-Ken Mackey; 6. 3L-Mike Linder; 7. 63-Barry Ruble; 8. 11N-Ed Neumeister

Dash – Haulmark
1. W20-Greg Wilson; 2. 7K-Butch Schroeder; 3. 11B-Brock Mayes; 4. 4N-Niel Shepard; 5. 5R-Bryon Reed; 6. 2-Dale Blaney

B-main – University of Northwest Ohio (top 4 to A)
1. 70-Kevin Huntley; 2. 3L-Mike Linder; 3. X-Mark Keegan; 4. 8S-Craig Mintz; 5. K-Andrew Palker; 6. 8C-Bobby Clark; 7. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 8. 10S-Roger Shammo; 9. 11M-Brandon Martin; 10. F1-Jon Finsel; 11. 11N-Ed Neumeister; 12. 55C-Joe Cheeseman; 13. 63-Barry Ruble; 14. 23-Jon Trudeau

A-main (40 laps) – MSD Ignition Starting Position []
1. W20-Greg Wilson[4]; 2. 2-Dale Blaney[14]; 3. 19-Stevie Smith[1]; 4. 3L-Mike Linder[8]; 5. 11B-Brock Mayes[3]; 6. 8S-Craig Mintz[10]; 7. 70-Kevin Huntley[7]; 8. X-Mark Keegan[9]; 9. 7K-Butch Schroeder[5]; 10. 37Z-Brian Scott[12]; 11. 55-John Ivy[18]; 12. 78-Todd Kane[16]; 13. 71M-Paul May[22]; 14. 5B-Chad Blonde[21]; 15. 14H-Todd Heller[19]; 16. 5R-Bryon Reed[6]; 17. 4N-Niel Shepard[2]; 18. 2X-Ryan Coniam[20]; 19. 10-David Harrison[15]; 20. 12M-James Mosher[23]; 21. 16-Lee Jacobs[13]; 22. 25M-Ken Mackey[17]; 23. 84-Jimmy Stinson[11]; 24. 2G-Caleb Griffith[24]

305 Sprints
Heat 1 – Budweiser (top 4 to A)
1. 3J-Bobby Foster; 2. O1-Bryan Sebetto; 3. 55S-Benny Bowman; 4. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 5. 34-Mark Whaley; 6. 9-Craig Kays; 7. 11-Shawn Colvin; 8. 18C-Jason Crispen; 9. 28J-Jimmie Phelps; 10. 5-Dustin Dinan;

Heat 2 – Advanced Limo of Tiffin (top 4 to A)
1. 15C-Chris Andrews; 2. 21-Scott Kraylek; 3. O2-Kevin Lee; 4. 18-Todd Heuerman; 5. 62C-Bob Dawson; 6. 65-Mark Lang; 7. 33-Jed Prater; 8. 17X-Dustin Keegan; 9. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 10. 31-Chad Gullett;

Heat 3 – Bell Helemts (top 4 to A)
1. 4M-Jamie Miller; 2. 55B-Brad Bowman; 3. 35-Stuart Brubaker; 4. 49-Coty Runion; 5. 48S-Andy Shammo; 6. O7-Scott Mominee; 7. 7-Matt Ferrel; 8. 19R-Steve Rando; 9. 5T-Jim Taddeo; 10. 15H-Mitchell Harble;

Heat 4 – Griff’s Engines (top 4 to A)
1. 1W-Paul Weaver; 2. 71-Bill Kraylek; 3. 29-Chris Lang; 4. 22D-Dan Hammond; 5. 27-Jeremy Durst; 6. 3X-Greg Summit; 7. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath; 8. OO-Jay Kiser; 9. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh;

B-main 1 (top 2 to A)
1. 34-Mark Whaley; 2. 9-Craig Kays; 3. 5-Dusin Dinan; 4. 62C-Bob Dawson; 5. 65-Mark Lang; 6. 33-Jed Prater; 7. 11-Shawn Colvin; 8. 17X-Dustin Keegan; 9. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 10. 31-Chad Gullett; 11. 18C-Jason Crispen;

B-main 2 (top 2 to A)
1. 48S-Andy Shammo; 2. 27-Jeremy Durst; 3. O7-Scott Mominee; 4. 19R-Steve Rando; 5. 3X-Greg Summit; 6. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 7. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath; 8. 5T-Jim Taddeo; 9. 7-Matt Ferrel; 10. 15H-Mitchell Harble; 11. OO-Jay Kiser;
A-main (25 laps) Starting Position []
1. 1W-Paul Weaver[2]; 2. 4M-Jamie Miller[12]; 3. 15C-Chris Andrews[7]; 4. O2-Kevin Lee[6]; 5. O1-Bryan Sebetto[10]; 6. 21-Scott Kraylek[8]; 7. 48S-Andy Shammo[18]; 8. 29-Chris Lang[3]; 9. 9-Craig Kays[19]; 10. 35-Stuart Brubaker[11]; 11. 71-Bill Kraylek[9]; 12. 55S-Benny Bowman[4]; 13. 27-Jeremy Durst[20]; 14. 34-Mark Whaley[17]; 15. 25P-Mark Pridemore[13]; 16. 49-Coty Runion[15]; 17. 22D-Dan Hammond[16]; 18. 3J-Bobby Foster[1]; 19. 55B-Brad Bowman[5]; 20. 18-Todd Hierman[14]

4.14.06 Results

McCarl Survives Feature To Win Opening Night Of Coors Light All Star Spring Nationals

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (April 14, 2006) – It’s called a sprint car race, but the opening night of the 15th Annual Coors Light Spring Nationals for the All Star Circuit of Champions at Attica Raceway Park was more like a marathon, with Altoona, Iowa’s Terry McCarl surviving for the victory.

The 40-lap feature took over an hour before the checkered flew, as there were three red flags and four cautions slowing the action.

McCarl, who currently sits third in the World Of Outlaws point standings, admitted he was nervous leading.

“I have had so many shows won here only to slip off the banking. They did a nice job with the track tonight and you could race all over the place,” said McCarl beside his Big Game Tree Stand, Bosma Poultry sponsored #24. “This wasn’t easy by any means. The All Stars are tough and the Attica regulars always race you hard. I screwed up at one point…moving my wing too far back and it made the car too tight. On that last restart I moved the wing forward and the car just took off.”

The start of the feature saw Kevin Huntly spin in turn one. On the restart, 2005 ARP champion Byron Reed and Paul May flipped hard down the front stretch. The third time wasn’t the charm, as Ryan Coniam looped his Miller Rigging car in turn four on the next restart.

On the fourth try, Mark Keegan, the all-time winningest driver at Attica, bolted into the lead from his outside front row starting spot, with Greg Wilson, Andrew Palker, McCarl and Stevie Smith in tow. The red would fly on lap five when Jon Trudeau tipped over in turn four, as Rob Chaney, driving a team car to Craig Mintz, stopping to avoid the crash.

Before the green would waive, Palker, who had moved into second, would duck into the pits to replaced his fuel cap and would have to go to the tail. On the restart Keegan used the rim to build a lead over Wilson, Smith, David Harrison and Mike Linder who had moved up from his 15th starting spot. All eyes were on Todd Kane who had moved from 17th up to ninth.

Just two laps later the caution would fly again for a Brock Mayes spin in turn two. The running order now was Keegan, McCarl, Wilson, Smith, Harrison, Linder, Dale Blaney, Chad Blonde, Kane and fast qualifier Butch Schroeder.

McCarl would execute his winning move on the restart, using the slide job to move in front of Keegan exiting turn four. The caution would fly a lap later for a Huntley spin. With 32 laps to go it was McCarl, Keegan, Wilson, Linder, Smith, Harrison and Blonde, up from 16th.

After the restart, McCarl pulled away, but the yellow would come out again on lap 14, as Wilson slid off the high side of turn two and would coast to a stop in turn four with a flat tire. McCarl would lead on the restart with the lapped car of Caleb Griffith between he and Keegan. Linder had moved into third with Smith fourth, Blonde up to fifth, Harrison and Kane in tow.

A lap later disaster would strike in turn three as Kane ended up on his lid. Once the track went back to green, the longest run of the feature would take place, as McCarl built a lead only to have it vanish in heavy lapped traffic as Keegan and Blonde closed. The final caution would fly on lap 30 for Harrison who slid off of turn three. That gave McCarl a clear track and he
pulled away for the win. Behind him though, Keegan and Blonde raced side by side for second, with the All Star Rookie of the Year candidate from Litchfield, Mich., edging Keegan at the line. Linder would come home fourth, followed by Dale Blaney, Smith, Rob Chaney, Lee Jacobs, Jimmy Stinson and Coniam rounding out the top 10.

In the limited late model feature, Larry Kingseed and Jeff McCoy raced side by side the last five laps of the feature, with Kingseed winning by a nose at the checkered for his second Attica win of the season.

“Jeff McCoy is one of the best drivers out here. He raced me clean and I did the same for him…those last few laps were a blast,” said Kingseed beside his John M. Allen Co., A&S Graphics sponsored #21.

Attica Raceway Park 4-14-06
AllStar Circuit of Champions
1. 7K-Butch Schroeder, 11.939; 2. 2-Dale Blaney, 12.007; 3. 24-Terry McCarl, 12.016; 4. K-Andrew Palker, 12.044; 5. 19-Stevie Smith, 12.102; 6. X-Mark Keegan, 12.102; 7. OH-Tim Hunter, 12.121; 8. W20-Greg Wilson, 12.206; 9. 10-David Harrison, 12.213; 10. 11B-Brock Mayes, 12.231; 11. 70-Kevin Huntley, 12.232; 12. 71M-Paul May, 12.238; 13. 12M-James Mosher, 12.242; 14. 16-Lee Jacobs, 12.252; 15. 11M-Brandon Martin, 12.254; 16. 5-Byron Reed, 12.268; 17. 2G-Caleb Griffith, 12.272; 18. 3L-Mike Linder, 12.284; 19. 5B-Chad Blonde, 12.287; 20. 78-Todd Kane, 12.376; 21. 23-Jon Trudeau, 12.378; 22. 60-Jody Keegan, 12.425; 23. 8S-Craig Mintz, 12.443; 24. 2X-Ryan Coniam, 12.448; 25. 8-Rob Cheney, 12.487; 26. 37Z-Brian Scott, 12.507; 27. 84-Jimmy Stinson, 12.628; 28. 27-Scott Euler, 12.655; 29. F1-Jon Finsel, 12.661; 30. 25M-Ken Mackey, 12.680; 31. 10S-Roger Shammo, 12.688; 32. 8C-Bobby Clark, 12.741; 33. 4N-Niel Shepard, 12.775; 34. 63R-Barry Ruble, 12.819; 35. 45-Bryan Grove, 12.859; 36. 55-John Ivy, 12.864; 37. 11N-Ed Neumeister, 12.880; 38. 98-Bruce Robenalt, 12.907; 39. 48-Mike Burkin, 13.084; 40. 99-Alvin Roepke, 13.979; 41. 33-Nick Patterson

Heat 1 (top 5 transfer to the A-main)
1. 2G-Caleb Griffith; 2. 10-David Harrison; 3. 19-Stevie Smith; 4. 23-Jon Trudeau; 5. 8-Rob Cheney; 6. F1-Jon Finsel; 7. 7K-Butch Schroeder; 8. 12M-James Mosher; 9. 11N-Ed Neumeister; 10. 4N-Niel Shepard;

Heat 2 (top 5 transfer to the A-main)
1. 60-Jody Keegan; 2. 16-Lee Jacobs; 3. 2-Dale Blaney; 4. 3L-Mike Linder; 5. X-Mark Keegan; 6. 11B-Brock Mayes; 7. 37Z-Brian Scott; 8. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 9. 63R-Barry Ruble; 10. 25M-Ken Mackey;

Heat 3 (top 5 transfer to the A-main)
1. 5B-Chad Blonde; 2. 70-Kevin Huntley; 3. 24-Terry McCarl; 4. 8S-Craig Mintz; 5. 84-Jimmy Stinson; 6. 11M-Brandon Martin; 7. OH-Tim Hunter; 8. 45-Bryan Grove; 9. 10S-Roger Shammo; 10. 48-Mike Burkin;

Heat 4 (top 5 transfer to the A-main)
1. 78-Todd Kane; 2. 2X-Ryan Coniam; 3. 5-Byron Reed; 4. W20-Greg Wilson; 5. K-Andrew Palker; 6. 8C-Bobby Clark; 7. 55-John Ivy; 8. 99-Alvin Roepke; 9. 27-Scott Euler; 10. 71M-Paul May;

1. 5B-Chad Blonde; 2. 24-Terry McCarl; 3. W20-Greg Wilson; 4. 2-Dale Blaney; 5. X-Mark Keegan;

B-main (top 4 transfer to the A-main)
1. 7K-Butch Schroeder; 2. 71M-Paul May; 3. 11B-Brock Mayes; 4. 8C-Bobby Clark; 5. 55-John Ivy; 6. 25M-Ken Mackey; 7. 27-Scott Euler; 8. 37Z-Brian Scott; 9. 10S-Roger Shammo; 10. 4N-Niel Shepard; 11. 11N-Ed Neumeister; 12. 63R-Barry Ruble; 13. 11M-Brandon Martin; 14. OH-Tim Hunter; 15. 99-Alvin Roepke; 16. F1-Jon Finsel; 17. 48-Mike Burkin; 18. 45-Bryan Grove; 19. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 20. 12M-James Mosher;

A-main Starting Position []
1. 24-Terry McCarl[5]; 2. 5B-Chad Blonde[16]; 3. X-Mark Keegan[2]; 4. 3L-Mike Linder[15]; 5. 2-Dale Blaney[6]; 6. 19-Stevie Smith[3]; 7. 8-Rob Chaney[22]; 8. 16-Lee Jacobs[12]; 9. 84-Jimmy Stinson[23]; 10. 2X-Ryan Coniam[21]; 11. 10-David Harrison[8]; 12. K-Andrew Palker[4]; 13. 8C-Bobby Clark[24]; 14. 70-Kevin Huntley[10]; 15. 7K-Butch Schroeder[7]; 16. W20-Greg Wilson[1]; 17. 60-Jody Keegan[19]; 18. 2G-Caleb Griffith[14]; 19. 78-Todd Kane[17]; 20. 11B-Brock Mayes[9]; 21. 8S-Craig Mintz[20]; 22. 23-Jon Trudeau[18]; 23. 71M-Paul May[11]; 24. 5-Byron Reed[13];

Limited Lates
Heat 1 – Budweiser – Griff’s Engines (top 5 to A)
1. 101-Chester Fitch; 2. O3-Jim Gingery; 3. 67-Chris Keller; 4. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 5. 92-Brandon Perkins; 6. 2-Steve Kester; 7. 8K-Kevin Koerper; 8. O14-Paul Brown Jr.; 9. 77C-Craig Corfman; 34-Kevin Miller (DNS)

Heat 2 – Tin Lizzy (top 5 to A)
1. O1-Art Ball; 2. 48-John Bores; 3. 55-Chuck Hummer; 4. C4-Bill Clapp Jr.; 5. 71JS-Joe Smith; 6. 12M-Mike Stiltner; 7. 26R-Scott Runion; 8.30-Nate Potts (DNS); 9. 29-Matt Potts (DNS); 10. 98-Tim Sabo (DNS)

Heat 3 – Bell Helmets (top 5 to A)
1. 45-Mike Marteney; 2. O2-Jeff McCoy; 3. 15B-Mike Bores; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed; 5. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth; 6. 94-Chris Smith; 7. 99-Steve Sabo; 8. 71-Rusty Smith; 9. 50-Ryan Missler; 10. 12-Michael Stiltner;

B-main (Top 5 to A)
1. 94-Chris Smith; 2. 50-Ryan Missler; 3. 99-Steve Sabo; 4. 71-Rusty Smith; 5. 2-Steve Kester; 6. O14-Paul Brown Jr.; 7. 34-Kevin Miller; 8. 77C-Craig Corfman; 9. 8K-Kevin Koerper; 10. 29-Matt Potts; 11. 12-Michael Stiltner; 12. 30-Nate Potts; 13. 26R-Scott Runion;
A-main Starting Position []
1. 21-Larry Kingseed[12]; 2. O2-Jeff McCoy[5]; 3. 101-Chester Fitch[7]; 4. 15B-Mike Bores[3]; 5. 50-Ryan Missler[10]; 6. 92-Brandon Perkins[13]; 7. O1-Art Ball[2]; 8. 67-Chris Keller[15]; 9. 99-Steve Sabo[17]; 10. 55-Chuck Hummer[14]; 11. 2-Steve Kester[18]; 12. 71-Rusty Smith[20]; 13. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth[1]; 14. 69-John Mayes Jr.[9]; 15. 48-John Bores[4]; 16. 94-Chris Smith[16]; 17. 71JS-Joe Smith[19]; 18. C4-Bill Clapp Jr.[11]; 19. 45-Mike Marteney[8]; 20. O3-Jim Gingery[6];