PERREGO DOUBLES UP AT OktoberFAST

LAFARGVILLE, NY – October 9, 2020 – Anthony Perrego, from Montgomery, NY, wheeled a perfect 60-lap race to win his second career Billy Whittaker Cars Super DIRTcar Series Feature and second win of OktoberFAST. Hot on his heels, the No. 7mm of Michael Maresca crossed the finish line in second after a late-race charge fell short. And once again at OktoberFAST, Mike Mahaney, from King Ferry, NY, parked his No. 35 on the podium for the third time in three races.

Anthony Perrego pinned it right out of the gate. The No. 44 handled perfectly for the newly minted Series winner. At the drop of the green Perrego roared into Can-Am Speedway’s first turn with the holeshot on the field. From there it didn’t matter what happened behind him because all he saw was lapped traffic and Head Starter Dave Farney’s flags.

Except for one resilient Michael Maresca from Pierrepont, NY. Perrego had to be perfect because a black and orange door made an appearance on his left side more than once.

Maresca gave Perrego a good look at his St. Lawrence Radiology Big Block Modified entering turn one on a restart with nine laps to go. But Perrego slammed the door, Maresca yielded the low line, and the No. 44 parked in Victory Lane for the second time in four days.

Perrego was proud of his team and thrilled to double up on OktoberFAST wins and his first two Super DIRTcar Series wins.

“To not have a Series win coming into this week and get two is pretty cool,” said Perrego. “I wish we could do them all but who knows maybes next year we’ll do the whole Super DIRTcar Series.”

Michael Maresca took his chance on a restart with nine laps to go. He dove deep into turn one, trying to secure the low line through the corner.

“Anthony has raced me clean a lot so I lifted. I drove it in pretty deep and had to hit the brakes,” Maresca said of his final shot at the lead. Further challenges were hampered because Maresca clipped an implement tire and knocked the toe out in the final laps.

Despite that, he was relieved to have a strong finish after struggling for the last two nights.

“Pretty happy to get to second after starting sixth. We had a really terrible first two nights. We haven’t run the Big Block much and we were pretty far off,” said Maresca.

Mike Mahaney has had an outstanding OktoberFAST nabbing podiums in every Super DIRTcar Series race so far.

“It’s a great week for us. I can’t thank the team enough. Our car has been solid and very consistent,” said Mahaney. “I just keep thinking that if we keep running up front that one of these days we’ll win one,” he joked.

Two OktoberFAST events remain so that’s two more chances for Mahaney to reach the top step.

200 DIRTcar Northeast stars packed the Can-Am Speedway pit area for night three of DIRTcar OktoberFAST presented by DIRTVision. The racing was nonstop all night which included the Bicknell Racing DIRTcar 358 Modified Series and Racing Electronics DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds.

St. Lawrence Radiology sponsored all of the special awards in all three divisions highlighted by Stewart Friesen’s lightning-quick lap to pick up the $500 Fast Time Award. Jimmy Phelps continued his OktoberFAST speed going second quick overall.

Queensbury, NY’s Demetrios Drellos grossed nine positions up through the field for the St. Lawrence Radiology Hard Charger Bonus worth $250.

Join us again tomorrow night on DIRTVision from the Canandaigua, NY half-mile Land of Legends Raceway where the Billy Whittaker Cars and Trucks Super DIRTcar Series and Racing Electronics DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series pick up the action for night five of DIRTcar OktoberFAST presented by DIRTVision.

Feature (60 Laps)
1. 44P-Anthony Perrego [1][$7,500]; 2. 7MM-Michael Maresca [6][$4,000]; 3. 35-Mike Mahaney [3][$2,500]; 4. 25-Erick Rudolph [4][$1,800]; 5. 44-Stewart Friesen [7][$1,600]; 6. 49-Billy Dunn [9][$1,400]; 7. 20-Brett Hearn [2][$1,300]; 8. 99L-Larry Wight [12][$1,200]; 9. 88-Mat Williamson [8][$1,100]; 10. 28-Jordan Mccreadie [13][$1,000]; 11. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [10][$800]; 12. 19-Tim Fuller [14][$700]; 13. 2-Jack Lehner [17][$600]; 14. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [21][$575]; 15. 83X-Tim Sears [20][$550]; 16. 42P-Pat Ward [5][$525]; 17. 1Z-Jessica Friesen [23][$500]; 18. 21A-Peter Britten [22][$500]; 19. 111-Demetrios Drellos [28][$]; 20. 19M-Jessey Mueller [24][$500]; 21. 62S-Tom Sears [26][$500]; 22. 98-Rocky Warner [18][$500]; 23. 2020-Tyler Trump [19][$500]; 24. 5H-Chris Hile [16][$500]; 25. 9S-Matt Sheppard [11][$500]; 26. 91-Billy Decker [27][$]; 27. M1-David Marcuccilli [25][$500]; 28. 3J-Marc Johnson [15][$500]

St. Lawrence Radiology Charger Award: 111-Demetrios Drellos[+9]

10/9/2020 Can-Am Speedway

LAFARGVILLE, NY – October 9, 2020 – Anthony Perrego, from Montgomery, NY, wheeled a perfect 60-lap race to win his second career Super DIRTcar Series Feature and second win of OktoberFAST. Hot on his heels, the No. 7mm of Michael Maresca crossed in second place after a late charge on a late restart. Once again, Mike Mahaney, from King Ferry, NY, parked his black and pink No. 35 on the podium making three top 3s in a row at DIRTcar OktoberFAST.

Feature (60 Laps)
1. 44P-Anthony Perrego [1][$7,500]; 2. 7MM-Michael Maresca [6][$4,000]; 3. 35-Mike Mahaney [3][$2,500]; 4. 25-Erick Rudolph [4][$1,800]; 5. 44-Stewart Friesen [7][$1,600]; 6. 49-Billy Dunn [9][$1,400]; 7. 20-Brett Hearn [2][$1,300]; 8. 99L-Larry Wight [12][$1,200]; 9. 88-Mat Williamson [8][$1,100]; 10. 28-Jordan Mccreadie [13][$1,000]; 11. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [10][$800]; 12. 19-Tim Fuller [14][$700]; 13. 2-Jack Lehner [17][$600]; 14. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [21][$575]; 15. 83X-Tim Sears [20][$550]; 16. 42P-Pat Ward [5][$525]; 17. 1Z-Jessica Friesen [23][$500]; 18. 21A-Peter Britten [22][$500]; 19. 111-Demetrios Drellos [28][$]; 20. 19M-Jessey Mueller [24][$500]; 21. 62S-Tom Sears [26][$500]; 22. 98-Rocky Warner [18][$500]; 23. 2020-Tyler Trump [19][$500]; 24. 5H-Chris Hile [16][$500]; 25. 9S-Matt Sheppard [11][$500]; 26. 91-Billy Decker [27][$]; 27. M1-David Marcuccilli [25][$500]; 28. 3J-Marc Johnson [15][$500]

St,. Lawrence Radiology Charger Award: 111-Demetrios Drellos[+9]

Qualifying Flight-A
1. 44-Stewart Friesen, 20.032; 2. M1-David Marcuccilli, 20.608; 3. 9S-Matt Sheppard, 20.795; 4. 32C-Max Mclaughlin, 20.894; 5. 35-Mike Mahaney, 20.917; 6. 3-Justin Haers, 20.95; 7. 28-Jordan Mccreadie, 20.998; 8. 4V-Billy Vaninwegen, 21.028; 9. 2-Jack Lehner, 21.042; 10. 1Z-Jessica Friesen, 21.211; 11. 63-Adam Roberts, 21.362; 12. 165-Rex King, 21.725

Qualifying Flight-B
1. 7MM-Michael Maresca, 20.428; 2. 88-Mat Williamson, 20.43; 3. 99L-Larry Wight, 20.621; 4. 98-Rocky Warner, 20.736; 5. 91-Billy Decker, 20.822; 6. 48TOO-Gary Tomkins, 20.898; 7. 21A-Peter Britten, 20.917; 8. 19-Tim Fuller, 21.001; 9. 62S-Tom Sears, 21.05; 10. 24R-Garett Rushlow, 21.25; 11. 33J-Robbie Johnston, 21.364; 12. 17-Marcus Dinkins, 22.509

Qualifying Flight-C
1. 42P-Pat Ward, 20.642; 2. 44P-Anthony Perrego, 20.677; 3. 3J-Marc Johnson, 20.778; 4. 20-Brett Hearn, 20.853; 5. 2020-Tyler Trump, 20.873; 6. X-Chad Phelps, 21.237; 7. 14-CG Morey, 21.468; 8. 23-Kyle Coffey, 21.474; 9. 88A-Joe August, 21.507; 10. 1NY-Gregory Atkins, 21.544; 11. 14S-Brian Swarthout, 22.466; 12. 39-Ryan Bartlett, 99.999

Qualifying Flight-D
1. 98H-Jimmy Phelps, 20.364; 2. 49-Billy Dunn, 20.566; 3. 5H-Chris Hile, 20.59; 4. 19M-Jessey Mueller, 20.668; 5. 25-Erick Rudolph, 20.729; 6. 111-Demetrios Drellos, 20.809; 7. 27W-Nick Webb, 20.973; 8. 4-Andy Bachetti, 21.137; 9. 14J-Alan Johnson, 21.24; 10. 83X-Tim Sears, 21.259; 11. 19W-Justin Wright, 21.273; 12. 72-Cass Bennett, 22.402; 13. O2-Roy Bresnahan, 22.566

Heat #1 – Flight (A) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 44-Stewart Friesen [1]; 2. 35-Mike Mahaney [5]; 3. 9S-Matt Sheppard [3]; 4. 28-Jordan Mccreadie [7]; 5. 2-Jack Lehner [9]; 6. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [4]; 7. 1Z-Jessica Friesen [10]; 8. M1-David Marcuccilli [2]; 9. 4V-Billy Vaninwegen [8]; 10. 3-Justin Haers [6]; 11. 165-Rex King [12]; 12. 63-Adam Roberts [11]

Heat #2 – Flight (B) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 88-Mat Williamson [2]; 2. 99L-Larry Wight [3]; 3. 7MM-Michael Maresca [1]; 4. 19-Tim Fuller [8]; 5. 98-Rocky Warner [4]; 6. 21A-Peter Britten [7]; 7. 48TOO-Gary Tomkins [6]; 8. 62S-Tom Sears [9]; 9. 24R-Garett Rushlow [10]; 10. 33J-Robbie Johnston [11]; 11. 17-Marcus Dinkins [12]; 12. 91-Billy Decker [5]

Heat #3 – Flight (C) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 42P-Pat Ward [1]; 2. 44P-Anthony Perrego [2]; 3. 20-Brett Hearn [4]; 4. 3J-Marc Johnson [3]; 5. 2020-Tyler Trump [5]; 6. 39-Ryan Bartlett [12]; 7. X-Chad Phelps [6]; 8. 23-Kyle Coffey [8]; 9. 14-CG Morey [7]; 10. 1NY-Gregory Atkins [10]; 11. 88A-Joe August [9]; 12. 14S-Brian Swarthout [11]

Heat #4 – Flight (D) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 49-Billy Dunn [2]; 2. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [1]; 3. 25-Erick Rudolph [5]; 4. 5H-Chris Hile [3]; 5. 83X-Tim Sears [10]; 6. 111-Demetrios Drellos [6]; 7. 19M-Jessey Mueller [4]; 8. 27W-Nick Webb [7]; 9. 14J-Alan Johnson [9]; 10. 4-Andy Bachetti [8]; 11. 19W-Justin Wright [11]; 12. O2-Roy Bresnahan [13]; 13. 72-Cass Bennett [12]

Last Chance Showdown 1 (10 Laps) – Top 3 Transfer
1. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [1][]; 2. 1Z-Jessica Friesen [3][]; 3. M1-David Marcuccilli [5][]; 4. X-Chad Phelps [2][]; 5. 3-Justin Haers [9][]; 6. 23-Kyle Coffey [6][]; 7. 63-Adam Roberts [13][]; 8. 1NY-Gregory Atkins [10][]; 9. 14-CG Morey [8][]; 10. 14S-Brian Swarthout [14][]; 11. 72-Cass Bennett [15][]; 12. 39-Ryan Bartlett [4][]; 13. 4V-Billy Vaninwegen [7][]; 14. 165-Rex King [11][]; 15. 88A-Joe August [12][]

Last Chance Showdown 2 ( Laps)
1. 21A-Peter Britten [1][]; 2. 19M-Jessey Mueller [4][]; 3. 62S-Tom Sears [5][]; 4. 48TOO-Gary Tomkins [3][]; 5. 111-Demetrios Drellos [2][]; 6. 27W-Nick Webb [6][]; 7. 14J-Alan Johnson [8][]; 8. 91-Billy Decker [13][]; 9. 4-Andy Bachetti [10][]; 10. 24R-Garett Rushlow [7][]; 11. 33J-Robbie Johnston [9][]; 12. 19W-Justin Wright [12][]; 13. 17-Marcus Dinkins [11][]; 14. O2-Roy Bresnahan [14][]

PERREGO POUNCES: Last Lap Decides First OktoberFAST Feature

MALTA, NY – October 6, 2020 – The Super DIRTcar Series roared to life once again at Albany-Saratoga Speedway launching a week’s worth of Big Block Modified action all across New York State. Anthony Perrego, the 26-year-old driver from Montgomery, NY, made every lap count and picked up the $7,500 payday with a last-lap pass on local hero Ronnie Johnson. Meanwhile, Mike Mahaney was within striking distance of the leaders after starting 11th but had to settle for a strong 3rd place finish. 

Ronnie Johnson, from Duanesburg, NY, rocketed from the VP Race Fuels Making Power Point to lead the field to start the 60-lap Billy Whittaker Cars Super DIRTcar Series DIRTcar OktoberFAST presented by DIRTVision Feature into turn one. 

Early in the race Albany favorite Matt DeLorenzo and 2019 Super DIRTcar Series champion Mat Williamson, from St. Catharines, ON, made strong charges for the lead but Johnson kept them at bay by riding the cushion up top. On lap 18, Johnson caught the tail of the field and had to start working through traffic. Pennsylvania’s Rex King Jr. was the first to fall to the No. 2RJ but he wouldn’t be the last. 

By lap 20 Anthony Perrego, in the No. 44, began to show his nose to Johnson on the bottom part of the track. Perrego actually got alongside Johnson just as the caution flag flew for the first time in the Feature. 

A succession of cautions claimed the likes of Pat Ward who slowed with an engine issue and front-runner Matt DeLorenzo who clipped the front stretch wall on the restart and suffered a flat tire. Luckily, the driver of the No. 3D was able to clear the track in turn four as he entire field was on the gas right behind him. 

The race ended on a long green-flag run and that played directly into the hands of Anthony Perrego. 

“The top was really dominant throughout the race but it got a little dirty and he [Ronnie Johnson] started to back up to me. I’ve run a lot of races here and when you rip around the top like that, the tire overheats,” Perrego said. “I’ve had it happen to me where I got passed.”

Although he’s a young racer, that’s the type of decision making and knowledge that a veteran driver might have. Catching Johnson was one thing but passing him is another story.  

“In traffic, most of the guys were blazing around the top side and I knew he could get a few cars between us. He was looking for the bottom but every time he moved down he’d lose traction,” noted Perrego. “I think that’s really where we got him at the end. He probably kept seeing my nose and number and started moving down.

Perrego was amped to get his first career Super DIRTcar Series win. 

“I am really happy for the team. We’ve really turned things around here and we’re glad to get a big one!” 

There are, of course, two sides to a last lap thriller. Ronnie Johnson may lose some sleep over this one but it was a very strong run for the No. 2RJ. He led 59/60 laps, which thanks to Bart Contracting, earned him another $250 for leading the most laps without winning. A bittersweet award to say the least. 

Here’s how Johnson broke it down:

“Anthony was working the bottom and I was getting freer and freer as the race went on and I really couldn’t move my line. I led 58 laps up there. But that’s just the way it goes. I don’t know what I could have done differently there,” said Johnson. “I’ll probably lay awake tonight thinking about it. It’s disappointing but it was a sold run. 

Mike Mahaney was crowned the Albany-Saratoga Speedway DIRTcar Big Block Modified track champion in September. He used that expertise to drive up from 11th, passing many of the best Big Block Modified drivers there are to capture the final step on the podium. 

At the green flag, it was go time for the No. 35 Adirondack Auto machine and the car just worked. 

“Starting from 11th, especially earlier on, I was very aggressive moving around, going top, bottom, wherever it took to get the spots,” Mahaney said. “Everybody was on the top but once they started to go in different lanes, I could go where they weren’t. I had a great race car in either lane. That got us some spots early and got us to the front.”

Mahaney’s drive thrilled race fans everywhere watching at home on DIRTVision. 

Super DIRT Week is known for brand new wraps and paint jobs on cars. Mahaney’s team continued that tradition and with good reason. 

“Tony Monaco, from Tony Monaco Landscaping, his daughter is fighting breast cancer. We wrapped the car with pink and put “Keep fighting Maryann” on the car because we want to raise awareness about it. We want to remind everyone fighting cancer to stay strong and to know we got their backs. Plus, it’s a great paint scheme that we get to support them with.”

Matt Sheppard, to the surprise of many, had to transfer out of the Last Chance Showdown to make the field. He won that race and continued his campaign in the 60-lap Feature by passing another 11 cars to pick up the $250 Bart Contracting Hard Charger Award. 

Race fans will be eager to see if “Super” Matt Sheppard returns to form at Utica-Rome Speedway tomorrow live on DIRTVision. 

Gypsum Racing’s Billy Decker set the fast time of the night and grabbed an extra $500 from Bart Contracting for his trouble. 

Join us tomorrow where the Billy Whittaker Cars Super DIRTcar Series, Bicknell Racing Products DIRTcar 358 Modified Series, and COMP Cams DIRTcar Pro Stock Series will be in action beginning with Hot laps at 5PM exclusively on DIRTVision at Utica-Rome Speedway. 

Feature (60 Laps)

  1. 44P-Anthony Perrego [2][$7,500]; 2. 35-Mike Mahaney [11][$4,000]; 3. RJ2-Ronnie Johnson [1][$2,500]; 4. 115-Ken Tremont [8][$1,800]; 5. 99L-Larry Wight [15][$1,600]; 6. 91-Billy Decker [5][$1,400]; 7. 88-Mat Williamson [6][$1,300]; 8. 3J-Marc Johnson [10][$1,200]; 9. 9S-Matt Sheppard [21][$1,100]; 10. 5H-Chris Hile [7][$1,000]; 11. 25-Erick Rudolph [12][$800]; 12. 44-Stewart Friesen [20][$700]; 13. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [14][$600]; 14. 98-Rocky Warner [24][$575]; 15. 19-Tim Fuller [16][$550]; 16. 21A-Peter Britten [26][$525]; 17. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [17][$500]; 18. 2-Jack Lehner [18][$500]; 19. 19M-Jessey Mueller [13][$500]; 20. 20-Brett Hearn [19][$500]; 21. M1-David Marcuccilli [3][$500]; 22. 165-Rex King [22][$500]; 23. 97-Bobby Hackel [23][$500]; 24. 3D-Matt Delorenzo [4][$500]; 25. 42P-Pat Ward [9][$500]; 26. 111-Demetrios Drellos [25][$500]

 

9S-Matt Sheppard[+12]

10/6/2020 Albany-Saratoga Speedway

MALTA, NY – Tuesday, October 6 – The Super DIRTcar Series roared to life once again at Albany-Saratoga Speedway launching a week’s worth of Big Block Modified action all across New York State. Anthony Perrego made every lap count and picked up the $7,500 payday with a last-lap pass on local hero Ronnie Johnson. Meanwhile, Mike Mahaney was within striking distance of the leaders after starting 11th but had to settle for a strong 3rd place finish.

Feature (60 Laps)
1. 44P-Anthony Perrego [2][$7,500]; 2. 35-Mike Mahaney [11][$4,000]; 3. RJ2-Ronnie Johnson [1][$2,500]; 4. 115-Ken Tremont [8][$1,800]; 5. 99L-Larry Wight [15][$1,600]; 6. 91-Billy Decker [5][$1,400]; 7. 88-Mat Williamson [6][$1,300]; 8. 3J-Marc Johnson [10][$1,200]; 9. 9S-Matt Sheppard [21][$1,100]; 10. 5H-Chris Hile [7][$1,000]; 11. 25-Erick Rudolph [12][$800]; 12. 44-Stewart Friesen [20][$700]; 13. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [14][$600]; 14. 98-Rocky Warner [24][$575]; 15. 19-Tim Fuller [16][$550]; 16. 21A-Peter Britten [26][$525]; 17. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [17][$500]; 18. 2-Jack Lehner [18][$500]; 19. 19M-Jessey Mueller [13][$500]; 20. 20-Brett Hearn [19][$500]; 21. M1-David Marcuccilli [3][$500]; 22. 165-Rex King [22][$500]; 23. 97-Bobby Hackel [23][$500]; 24. 3D-Matt Delorenzo [4][$500]; 25. 42P-Pat Ward [9][$500]; 26. 111-Demetrios Drellos [25][$500]

9S-Matt Sheppard[+12]

Qualifying Flight-A
1. 49-Billy Dunn, 15.572; 2. 3D-Matt Delorenzo, 15.581; 3. 19M-Jessey Mueller, 15.748; 4. M1-David Marcuccilli, 15.854; 5. 115-Ken Tremont, 15.898; 6. 46-Darren Smith, 16.015; 7. 32C-Max Mclaughlin, 16.029; 8. 97-Bobby Hackel, 16.065; 9. 3-Justin Haers, 16.179; 10. 32MC-James Meehan, 16.366; 11. 4B-Derek Bornt, 99.999

Qualifying Flight-B
1. 91-Billy Decker, 15.528; 2. 98H-Jimmy Phelps, 15.545; 3. 5H-Chris Hile, 15.592; 4. 88-Mat Williamson, 15.833; 5. 2-Jack Lehner, 15.86; 6. 98-Rocky Warner, 16.004; 7. 63-Adam Roberts, 16.057; 8. 7-Donald Ronca, 16.35; 9. 14S-Brian Swarthout, 16.789; 10. 88A-Joe August, 16.915

Qualifying Flight-C
1. 25-Erick Rudolph, 15.588; 2. 42P-Pat Ward, 15.72; 3. 20-Brett Hearn, 15.737; 4. 35-Mike Mahaney, 15.765; 5. 99L-Larry Wight, 15.808; 6. 9S-Matt Sheppard, 15.822; 7. 111-Demetrios Drellos, 15.878; 8. 4-Andy Bachetti, 15.902; 9. 7MM-Michael Maresca, 15.943; 10. 14-CG Morey, 16.235

Qualifying Flight-D
1. 19-Tim Fuller, 15.598; 2. 44-Stewart Friesen, 15.673; 3. RJ2-Ronnie Johnson, 15.794; 4. 3J-Marc Johnson, 15.821; 5. 44P-Anthony Perrego, 15.837; 6. 55-Allison Ricci, 15.962; 7. 165-Rex King, 16.05; 8. 21A-Peter Britten, 16.133; 9. 33T-Cass Bennett, 16.877; 10. 17-Marcus Dinkins, 99.999

Heat #1 – Flight (A) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 3D-Matt Delorenzo [2]; 2. 115-Ken Tremont [5]; 3. M1-David Marcuccilli [4]; 4. 19M-Jessey Mueller [3]; 5. 32C-Max Mclaughlin [7]; 6. 97-Bobby Hackel [8]; 7. 46-Darren Smith [6]; 8. 3-Justin Haers [9]; 9. 32MC-James Meehan [10]; 10. 49-Billy Dunn [1]; 11. 4B-Derek Bornt [11]

Heat #2 – Flight (B) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 91-Billy Decker [1]; 2. 5H-Chris Hile [3]; 3. 88-Mat Williamson [4]; 4. 98H-Jimmy Phelps [2]; 5. 2-Jack Lehner [5]; 6. 63-Adam Roberts [7]; 7. 98-Rocky Warner [6]; 8. 88A-Joe August [10]; 9. 7-Donald Ronca [8]; 10. 14S-Brian Swarthout [9]

Heat #3 – Flight (C) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. 25-Erick Rudolph [1]; 2. 35-Mike Mahaney [4]; 3. 42P-Pat Ward [2]; 4. 99L-Larry Wight [5]; 5. 20-Brett Hearn [3]; 6. 9S-Matt Sheppard [6]; 7. 111-Demetrios Drellos [7]; 8. 7MM-Michael Maresca [9]; 9. 14-CG Morey [10]; 10. 4-Andy Bachetti [8]

Heat #4 – Flight (D) (8 Laps) – Top 5 Transfer
1. RJ2-Ronnie Johnson [3]; 2. 3J-Marc Johnson [4]; 3. 44P-Anthony Perrego [5]; 4. 19-Tim Fuller [1]; 5. 44-Stewart Friesen [2]; 6. 55-Allison Ricci [6]; 7. 165-Rex King [7]; 8. 33T-Cass Bennett [9]; 9. 21A-Peter Britten [8]; 10. 17-Marcus Dinkins [10]

Last Chance Showdown 1 (10 Laps) – Top 3 Transfer
1. 9S-Matt Sheppard [2][]; 2. 97-Bobby Hackel [1][]; 3. 111-Demetrios Drellos [4][]; 4. 3-Justin Haers [5][]; 5. 46-Darren Smith [3][]; 6. 14-CG Morey [8][]; 7. 4-Andy Bachetti [10][]; 8. 7MM-Michael Maresca [6][]; 9. 32MC-James Meehan [7][]; 10. 49-Billy Dunn [9][]; 11. 4B-Derek Bornt [11][]

Last Chance Showdown 2 ( Laps)
1. 165-Rex King [4][]; 2. 98-Rocky Warner [3][]; 3. 21A-Peter Britten [8][]; 4. 63-Adam Roberts [1][]; 5. 55-Allison Ricci [2][]; 6. 88A-Joe August [5][]; 7. 7-Donald Ronca [7][]; 8. 33T-Cass Bennett [6][]; 9. 14S-Brian Swarthout [9][]; 10. 17-Marcus Dinkins [10][]