10/09/2011 – New York State Fairgrounds
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SYRACUSE, NY – Oct. 9, 2011 – Stewart Friesen of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., cemented his place in Super DIRT Week history on Sunday at the one-mile New York State Fairgrounds, winning the SEF Small Engine Fuel 200 presented by Ferris & Snapper for the second consecutive season. (CLICK HERE FOR FULL RACE REPORT)
 

Results of 40th annual SEF Small Engine Fuels 200 presented by Ferris & Snapper

Fin Start Driver Laps Status Money Won
1 5 Stewart Friesen 200 Running $50,000
2 1 Billy Decker 200 Running $25,000
3 8 Vic Coffey 200 Running $15,000
4 37 Tim Fuller 200 Running $10,000
5 3 Pat Ward 200 Running $6,000
6 9 Jimmy Phelps 200 Running $4,000
7 24 David Hebert 200 Running $3,600
8 39 Kenny Tremont Jr. 200 Running $3,400
9 32 Mark Flach Jr. 200 Running $3,200
10 23 Vince Vitale 200 Running $3,000
11 7 Justin Haers 200 Running $2,800
12 21 Eddie Marshall 200 Running $2,600
13 26 Mike Perrotte 200 Running $2,400
14 4 Tim McCreadie 200 Running $2,200
15 40 Roy Bresnahan 200 Running $2,000
16 18 Ryan Godown 199 Fuel $1,900
17 27 Brian Swarthout 199 Running $1,800
18 33 Mike O’Brien 199 Running $1,700
19 34 Keith Flach 198 Running $1,700
20 15 Donnie Corellis 197 Running $1,700
21 36 Rich Scagliotta 197 Running $1,600
22 43 Tom Sears Jr. 196 Running $1,600
23 44 Tim Currier 196 Running $1,600
24 14 J.R Heffner 192 Mechanical $1,600
25 25 Pete Britten 189 Mechanical $1,600
26 22 Bobby Varin 180 Suspension $1,600
27 12 Rick Laubach 172 Retired $1,600
28 28 Bob McGannon 167 Mechanical $1,600
29 6 Matt Sheppard 147 Mechanical $1,600
30 16 Martin Roy 138 Accident $1,500
31 41 Brian Murphy 133 Vibration $1,500
32 38 Danny Johnson 113 Engine $1,500
33 2 Billy Dunn 107 Accident $1,500
34 13 Larry Wight 106 Accident $1,500
35 20 Brett Hearn 104 Engine $1,500
36 19 Steve Hulsizer 98 Rear end $1,500
37 17 Tony Steiner 93 Mechanical $1,500
38 11 Jimmy Horton 92 Transmission $1,500
39 10 Ronnie Johnson 69 Engine $1,500
40 30 Andy Bachetti 53 Accident $1,500
41 31 Rob Bellinger 53 Mechanical $1,500
42 42 Dan Humes 20 Mechanical $1,500
43 29 Michael Storms 7 Handling $1,500
44 45 Chad Brachmann 2 Handling $1,500
45 35* Billy VanInwegen 1 Engine $1,500
*Started last in backup car
Time of Race: 2 hours, 54 mins., 00.338 secs
Lap Leaders: Decker (1-41); Sheppard (42-71); Varin (72-100); Friesen (101-153); Decker (154); Friesen (155-200)
Caution Flags: 14 for 66 laps (Laps 5-8; 40-48; 54-61; 69-75; 76-81; 83-87; 93-97; 98-103; 107-108; 118-123; 138-142; 152-158; 161-165; 185-189
Red Flags: 1 (Lap 108)
Provisional Starters: Tom Sears Jr., Tim Currier
Rookie of the Race: Mark Flach Jr. ($1,000)
Sharon’s Toy Fifth-Place Bonus: Pat Ward ($1,000)
Sharon’s Toy 10th-Place Bonus: Vince Vitale ($500)
Sharon’s Toy Third-Place at Halfway: Ryan Godown ($500)
Sharon’s Toy Last Car On Lead Lap At Finish: Roy Bresnaham ($400)
Final Running Sharon’s Toy Compound Driver:
Lap 100 Leader: Bobby Varin (Teo-Pro Car Chassis & Body)
Gater Racing News Best Appearing Car & Crew: Matt Sheppard

Dig Safely New York Last Chance Qualifier (20 laps/Top 4 Transfer to SEF 200): 1. Tim Fuller, 2. Danny Johnson, 3. Kenny Tremont, 4. Roy Bresnahan, 5. Brian Murphy, 6. Dan Humes, 7. Darwin Greene, 8. Ted Christopher, 9. Greg Atkins, 10. Aaron Jacobs, 11. Eldon Payne, 12. Tom Sears Jr., 13. Tim Currier, 14. Dave Rauscher