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During Cole’s tenure as owner of the facility the track has undergone major improvements including several resurfacing projects, renovated bathroom facilities, improved walls and fencing along with paved walkways for fans.
He’s also been behind major purse increases for the modifieds and a point fund that pays $10,000 to the speedway champion of that division. He also oversaw the return of the New Yorker and purchased the naming rights of the Victoria 200 holding both events at the speedway which pay the winner $10,000.
The greatest part of the Cole legacy may be the efforts he put into having a history of the speedway written by noted racing writer Bones Bourcier. The Home of Heroes book was released in 2011 covering the 50 years of the speedway’s history including its days as a small asphalt track which Richie Evans called home to the modern era which has seen a dominant Stewart Friesen.
Although the qualifying format for the Cole Cup is still being discussed teams can find entry forms available.
Click Here. Stay tuned to the website for more information in the coming weeks regarding this event and the upcoming 2013 racing season which is set to get underway on April 21.
Winner of Utica-Rome 360 Sprint Race to Receive $7,000 and the Cole Cup
VERNON, N.Y. - Once the announcement was made that the Utica-Rome Speedway will host a $7,000 to win, $500 to start 360 sprint car event; speedway officials went to work to come up with a proper name for the first time event which will be held on Saturday, September 7 with a rain date of the following day.
After much discussion it was decided the winner will not only receive the large payday but also the first ever Cole Cup named after speedway owner Gene Cole. Cole was initially reluctant to have the event named after him but after much prodding from the speedway staff he agreed to the idea.
Kinney First Official Entrant in Utica-Rome Speedway’s Cole Cup
VERNON, NY - The First Annual Cole Cup for the 360 Sprint Cars at the Utica-Rome Speedway is still many months away but interest is rapidly growing for the event. Scheduled for Saturday, September 7th, with a rain-date of the following day (Sunday, September 8), the event promises to one of the largest is track history. It will pay $7,000 to the winner with $500 go any driver that qualifies for the A-Main.
This past week Paul Kinney became the first official entrant for the prestigious event. Kinney, a three-time winner at the Vernon, N.Y., track in Sportsman and Modified competition made the jump to Sprint Car competition last season. Kinney’s last win at Utica-Rome came in July of 2011 and last season he secured his first ever Sprint Car win at the Le RPM Speedway in Quebec with the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints.
Kinney will prepare for the Cole Cup on three different occasions as the Empire Super Sprints make three stops at the speedway. The first appearance comes on May 26 as part of Memorial Day weekend. The series returns on July 7th as part of the first ever SUNY Canton Speedweek. The final event for the Empire Super Sprints comes just one week prior to the Cole Cup as part of New Yorker weekend on Sunday September 1.
The Cole Cup will feature drivers from all of the major Sprint Car sanctioning bodies including United Racing Company, Patriot Sprint Group, the Empire Super Sprints and more.
Rules Package set up for 2013 Cole Cup at Utica-Rome Speedway September 7th, $7,000 to win.
(Note* - Rules could change between release and race date, teams will be notified.)
All basic 360 sprint car rules for ESS/PST/URC/ASCS will apply.
The following rules below have been put into place to allow as many cars from all sanctions to participate.
The decision set forth by the technical inspectors applied by the Utica-Rome Speedway will be final.
Tires: Right Rear only - ESS/PST/URC Compounds allowed - All other three options open.
Allowed compounds are: Hoosier: HTC/RD15, ASCS Medium, RD25, D25. Ameican Racer: MC1, URC2, MC2.
Wings: Flat or dish with 2" wicker allowed, only 1 1/4 "edge, turn" out on the 4 sides allowed. 1" wicker on front
Other Rules of Note:
Bolt on weight is allowed
Cockpit adjustables is allowed
Weight is 1475 with driver (No tolerance)
360 C.I. with 1% allowance
Injectors can be 2 7/16.
Fuel will have no additives of any kind including top lube.
Mufflers are mandatory (Can be any kind of muffler).
VERNON, NY - Support for the first ever Cole Cup at the Utica-Rome Speedway is growing as title sponsorship has been secured for the $7,000 to win event for the 360 Sprint Cars. Both SUNY Canton and Gates-Cole Associates will be the presenting sponsor of the September 7thevent (rain date September 8th).
SUNY Canton is located in upstate New York near the Canadian border. SUNY Canton’s 555 acre campus was charted in 1906 and the institution has been a long time supporter of the dirt racing in New York. SUNY Canton offers a wide range of programs including 23 career-driven bachelor’s degrees, 22 associate degrees and seven one-year professional certificate programs. SUNY Canton OnLine offers nearly 200 courses with eight bachelor’s degrees available online. More information about SUNY Canton and their programs is available on their website at www.canton.edu or by calling 1-800-388-7123.
Like SUNY Canton, Gates-Cole Associates has always supported the racing at the Utica-Rome Speedway. Gates-Cole has 10 offices located throughout the Central New York area offering a wide variety of insurance coverage. They’re coverage comes from a wide array of companies. They can help whether large or small, business or individual. They will develop a program that meets your needs. Their website address is www.gatescole.com for more information about their services.
Paul Kinney became the first entrant into the Cole Cup just a few weeks ago and it is expected that several more drivers will join that list as the event draws closer. Entry forms and rules are currently available on the speedway website for the race. Drivers from all over the Northeast are expected to be in attendance. The first 360 Sprint Car event is coming up in just a few weeks as the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints take to the speedway for the first of three sanctioned appearances on Sunday, May 26.
SUNY Canton and Gates-Cole Associates to Sponsor Cole Cup
Chuck Hebing and Jeff Cook Latest Utica-Rome Cole Cup Entries
VERNON, N.Y. - Entries continue to flow in for the first annual SUNY Canton/Gates-Cole Associates Cole Cup for the 360 Sprint Cars at the Utica-Rome Speedway. The most recent entries came from two long-time Empire Super Sprint regulars Chuck Hebing and Jeff Cook. Both driver entries came this past week as they throw their hat in the ring for the $7,000 to win top prize on Saturday, September 7 (rain-date Sunday, September 8).
Hebing, of Ontario, N.Y., is the most recent ESS champion and comes into this event with multiple wins at the Vernon facilty. Hebing has seven career wins at the speedway in Sprint Car competition including six ESS wins and one win with the Patriot Sprint Group. Hebing’s most recent win at the half-mile came back in July of 2012.
Joining Hebing in the pits that night will be long-time Sprint Car pilot Cook of Antwerp, N.Y. Cook holds nine career wins with ESS in his career. He’s been close numerous times to wins at Utica-Rome and hopes to turn his luck around with a career making victory in the Cole Cup.
Hebing and Cook join Quebec drivers Steve Poirier and Patrick Vigneault as entrants to the event. Poirier is the most recent winner with the Empire Super Sprints as he captured this past weekend’s event at the Ohsweken Speedway. Along with the Quebec contingent, multi-time winner in 2013 Paul Kinney has already submitted his name to be in attendance on that Saturday night.
The Cole Cup features a $27,500 purse for the event with the winner earning $7,000 and a minimum of $500 being paid to all drivers qualifying for the A-Main. Tow money for all non-qualifiers of event is $125.
Drivers planning on competing in the event are reminded that the deadline for early entry is August 1. All entries received prior to that date will include a free driver pit pass as part of the entry saving the driver $35. The entry fee for the event is $100 and forms are available Click Here
Former Champions Enter Utica-Rome Cole Cup
VERNON, N.Y. - The SUNY Canton/Gates-Cole Associates Cole Cup added some championship drivers this past week as Justin Barger, Bryan Howland and defending Modified track champion Stewart Friesen entered the $7,000 to win $500 to win event to be held on Saturday September, 7 with a rain date of Sunday September, 8.
Barger won his sole championship with the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints in 2009. He was also the 2012 Patriot Sprint Tour Canadian series champion. Barger holds nearly 30 ESS victory wins and he’s a four time winner at Utica-Rome Speedway with his last win coming on July 1, 2012. In the last event at the speedway Barger was involved in an opening lap crash with Paul Habeck. He hopes to improve on that finish and take home the top prize in September
Howland is a four-time Patriot Sprint Tour and holds 21-career wins with the group coming into 2013. His most recent Sprint Car victory came at the Fulton Speedway as part of SUNY Canton Speedweek with the Empire Super Sprints and it was his second career series win.
Joining these two Sprint Car aces is current Modified point leader and multi-time track champion Friesen. Friesen has two careers Sprint Car wins to his credit driving for car owner Doug Emery. They have a feature win at the Ransomville Speedway with the PST as well as an ESS win in 2013 at the Brewerton Speedway. Of his three career ESS starts at Utica-Rome he has managed two top three finishes. Friesen is currently one win behind Dale Planck on the all-time Modified win list at the speedway.
The deadline for early entry is less than two weeks away. Any driver entering before August 1 (postmarked) will receive a free driver pit pass with their $100 entry fee saving the driver $35 dollars. All drivers are also reminded that at minimum everyone will receive at least $125 if they do not make the show.
Strong Field Expected for First Annual Cole Cup for 360 Sprint Cars at Utica-Rome Speedway on September 7
VERNON, N.Y. - The Cole Cup continues to grow as several more drivers have thrown their names into the mix for the highest paying 360 show in New York State. The event, scheduled for Saturday September 7 (rain-date September 8), will pay $7,000 to the winner, $500 to take the green and $125 to all drivers not qualifying for the 30-lap feature event. It is the biggest Sprint Car event in the history of Utica-Rome Speedway to date.
Several Empire Super Sprint regulars recently entered including former two-time champion Lance Yonge. Yonge a former winner at Utica-Rome Speedway is looking for another high-dollar win to add to his resume. He’s joined by top five point man Jason Barney as well as 2012 Rookie of the Year Joe Trenca. Other ESS regulars include Mike Stelter, Cory Sparks, Etienne Girard and 2011 Rookie of the Year Kevin Ward Jr.
The Patriot Sprint Tour will also be well represented as 2011 champion Jared Zimbardi has entered the race. He’s joined by series regular Tommy Wickham and Brad Knab. Add Ransomville, N.Y., drivers Dave and Scott Just to the list as well.
The New Jersey and Pennsylvania contingent is also looking to take the money home as United Racing Company regular Davie Franek has entered. Franek currently sits third in URC points and is always in the mix for feature victories with the tour. He is joined by talented veteran driver Mark Bitner. Bitner has driven everything from a 305 to a 410 Sprint Car in his career.
Several Modified drivers that dabble in Sprint Car racing as also expected to attend include Larry Wight, Vince Vitale and Danny Varin. Wight has had a strong season winning multiple events in the Modified ranks the last few weeks since taking possession of a new Troyer car. Vitale is a Canandaigua Motorsports Park regular while Danny Varin calls Fonda Speedway home. Varin is a multi-time winner in the 305 Sprint Car who is still looking for his first 360 win.
Joining the 360 Sprint Cars that evening will be the 602 Sportsman as they compete in a companion 30-lap affair which will pay $1,000 to win and a hefty $100 to start. So far Matt Janczuk and Dave Marcuccilli have been in Victory Lane in the division.
Gates for the Cole Cup will open 2:30pm with hot laps hitting the speedway at 6pm. For more information about the event visit the website at www.uticaromespeedway.com or call the speedway office at (315)829-4557.
Cole Cup Qualifying
1-36 Cars - 3 Heats
Hot lap within heat groups
Group Time Trials - Time within your heats - 3 laps each.
6 car groups, 6 Groups - Group 1 and 2 - Heat 1
Group 3 and 4 - Heat 2…etc
Top 6 times per heat group inverted in heats -18 cars total
6 Cars qualify, top 4 get times back.
A-Main - Top 6 times redraw (top 2 times per heat)
Next finishers - 5,6 strait up from heat finishes.
B-Main - 6 Qualify, line-up strait up from heats.
24 cars start - 2 spots open for ESS and PST Buy-in Provisionals
1-6 via draw (Top 2 times per heat out of the top 4 finishers)
7 - 3rd fastest time heat 1 (out of the top 4 finishers)
8 - 3rd fastest time heat 2 (Same)
9 - 3rd fatest time heat 3 (same)
10 - 4th fastest time heat 1 (same)
11 - 4th fastest time heat 2 (same)
12 - 4th fastest time heat 3 (same)
13 - 5th place finishers heat 1
14 - 5th place finisher heat 2
15 - 5th place finisher heat 3
16 - 6th place finisher heat 1
17 - 6th place finisher heat 2
18 - 6th place finisher heat 3
37-49 Cars - 4 Heats
Group Time Trails (Same as above)
4-5-6 Car Groups - 8 Groups -Group 1 and 2 Heat 1 e
Top 6 inverted in heats - 24 cars total
5 Cars qualify - top 4 get times back.
A-Main - Top 8 times redraw (top 2 times per heat)
Finishers - 5 will start strait up.
B-Main - 4 cars Qualify lined up strait from heats.
24 cars start - 2 spots for ESS and PST Provisionals.
1-8 Redraw (Top 2 times per heat out of top 4 finishers)
9 - 3rd fastest time Heat 1 (of top 4 finishers in heat)
10 - 3rd fastest time heat 2 (Same)
11 - 3rd fastest time heat 3 (same)
12 - 3rd fastest time heat 4 (same)
13 - 4th fastest time heat 1 (same)
14 - 4th fastest time heat 2 (same)
15 - 4th fastest time heat 3 (same)
16 - 4th fastest time heat 4 (same)
17 - 5th place finisher
18 - 5th place finisher
19 - 5th place finisher
20 - 5th place finisher
20 - 24 B-Main
50 cars +- 5 Heats.
Group Time Trials (Same as above)
5 or 6 car groups - 10 Groups - Group 1 and 2 Heat 1 etc…
Top 6 Inverted in heats - 30 cars total.
4 Cars Qualify - All cars get times back
Top 2 times per heat to Redraw
Finishers 5 on back to B Main(s)
If one B-Main - 4 cars qualify if 2 B’s 2 from each.
24 cars start - 2 spots for ESS and PST Provisionals.
1-10 Redraw (Top 2 times out of top four finishers)
11 - 3rd fastest time heat 1 (out of top 4 finishers per heat)
12 - 3rd fastest time heat 2
13 - 3rd fastest time heat 3
14 - 3rd fastest time heat 4
15 - 3rd fastest time heat 5
16 - 4th fastest time heat 1
17 - 4th fastest time heat 2
18 - 4th fastest time heat 3
19 - 4th fastest time heat 4
20 - 4th fastest time heat 5
21-24 - B-Main
Group Time Trials - 3 Laps
Heats - 10 Laps
B-Main (s) - 12 Laps
A-Main - 30 Laps.
FIRST EVER $7,000 TO WIN COLE CUP FOR 360 SPRINTS ON TAP THIS WEEKEND AT UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY
VERNON, NY- This coming Saturday, September 7, will be the first ever running of the Cole Cup at the Utica-Rome Speedway, which will be the biggest 360 Sprint event in the Empire State this season. Paying $7,000 to win and $500 to start, the event has attracted the attention of some of the best drivers in the region, even as far as Iowa.
After throwing the idea around for several years, track owner Gene Cole finally decided to put together an event that has been missing in the region and that is a high paying event for the 360 Sprints that visit the Utica-Rome Speedway several times a year. The Cole Cup concept was born and was scheduled as the last race on the 2013 schedule on September 7, with a rain date the following day on September 8. A healthy purse was then conceived with $7,000 to win with $500 going to the last place starter plus tow money for non qualifiers. In recent weeks, momentum has been picking for the event as drivers from all over have expressed interest.
To date, 28 drivers have pre entered with over a dozen verbally committing to the support the show especially since the Empire Super Sprints, Patriot Sprint Group, and United Racing Company have left this weekend open to allow their drivers to compete in the Cole Cup. Drivers from seven states (NY, NJ, PA, MI, VT, CT, and IA) are expected Saturday as was as competitors from two Canadian provinces (Quebec and Ontario).
Qualifying for the Cole Cup will be by group time trial by heat with inversion for heats. The B main(s) will be lined up heads up by heat finishes. The A Main feature lineup will be decided by a redraw, time trial results, and heat race finishes. Full qualifying procedures can be found on www.uticaromespeedway.com and www.empiresupersprints.com. Entry forms and rules are also available on the two previously mentioned sites as well as www.patriotsprintgroup.com.
This past Sunday during the annual Labor Day Weekend visit by the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints, 35 cars swelled the pit area with some using the event as a Cole Cup “tune up”. Aaron Ott, a 410 Sprint standout from Pennsylvania and New Jersey 360 Sprint ace Robbie Stillwagon were in the field and both are expected back this Saturday.
The 602 Crate Sportsman are also on the schedule this Saturday, in a 30 lap $1,000 to win, $100 to start contest. In two previous 602 Sportsman contests at the track this season, Matt Janczuk took a borrowed car to victory lane and Dave Marcuccilli took his self owned machine to victory lane.
For more information including hotel accommodations, please log on to www.uticaromespeedway.com or call the speedway office at (315)829-4557.
Cole Cup entries received-
X1 Vince Vitale-Weedsport, NY
5 Justin Barger-Montrose, NY
7 Cory Sparks-Edinburg, NY
07p Danny Varin-Sharon Springs, NY
10 Jeff Cook-Antwerp, NY
13 Kevin Ward-Port Leyden, NY
15 Mark Bitner-Trenton, NJ
17j Lance Yonge-Penn Yan, NY
19k Paul Kinney-Canastota, NY
28f Dave Franek-Wantage, NJ
28fm Steve Poirier-Saint Mathieu-De-Beloeil, QUE
29 Josh Weller-Mertztown, PA
33 Stewart Friesen-Sprakers, NY
35 Jared Zimbardi-Bradford, PA
36 Mike Stelter-Webster, NY
38 Brad Knab-Arcade, NY
45 Chuck Hebing-Ontario, NY
51 Bryan Howland-Union Springs, NY
54j David Just-Ransomville, NY
54jx Scott Just-Ransomville, NY
55 Patrick Vigneault-Trios Riviers, QUE
75 Tommy Wickham-Constantia, NY
87 Jason Barney-Brewerton, NY
90 Matt Tanner-Stephentown, NY
98 Joe Trenca-Clay, NY
99 Charlie Donk-Palmyra, NY
99L Larry Wight-Phoenix, NY
422 Etienne Girard-Saint-Germain, QUE
Friesen Earns $7,000 in First Ever Gates-Cole Associates/SUNY Canton Cole Cup Victory after Poirier Miscue
By MIKE MALLETT
VERNON, N.Y. - Steve Poirier did something that rarely happens, he made a mistake in the final corner of the 30-lap A-Main allowing Stewart Friesen to retake the lead and the win in the first ever Gates-Cole Associates/SUNY Canton Cole Cup at the Utica-Rome Speedway.
Friesen hosted the Cole Cup trophy in Victory Lane for the biggest win of his Sprint Car career. He also gave the Doug Emery/Barb Patterson owned team its fifth win of the season with four of those wins coming from Friesen and one additional win from Doug Emery. Friesen pocketed $7,000 for his efforts in the program that was stretched to two-days thanks to Mother Nature.
“This is a pretty awesome feeling,” commented Friesen. “I owe this all to Barb (Patterson) and Doug (Emery). This is a great race team and I’m really fortunate to be surrounded by great people right now. This is a great group of local people. When we go on the road and visit other places I’m really happy to call Utica-Rome home and represent this place. This is pretty darn cool. I got to thank everyone, all the clubs that came together. It is a great situation.”
Jason Barney and Wayne Johnson made up the front row for the green flag with Barney leading the field to the first turn before Friesen blasted by him on the outside of turns three and four to take the lead.
From there it was Friesen setting the pace while Barney, Bryan Howland and Steve Poirier battled for second. That was the way the field ran as the first caution came out on lap three when Kevin Ward Jr. spun off the speedway causing Dylan Swiernik to spin and collect Larry Wight. Wight flipped off the top turn three several times. He was uninjured in the incident.
After cars were pushed back off and a double-file restart put Friesen on the point and Barney to his outside. When the green came out, Friesen, using his Modified experience, ran away from the field while Poirier moved around Barney into the second spot. The race between the two was on from there.
Friesen opened the gap to several car-lengths before entering slower traffic on lap 10. Friesen got held up a couple of times allowing Poirier to close the gap between the pair. A few laps later Friesen made a couple of swift moves to put several cars between them.
At halfway Friesen was the leader over Poirier, Barney, Shawn Donath and Howland. Friesen’s advantage was nearly a full-straightaway with the rest battling for the runner-up position.
That was the running order with ten laps to go and then, with seven laps to go, the final caution of the race came out for Dain Naida as his car went up in flames setting up a potential race changing restart. Naida’s car was pushed from the speedway with the field doubling up for the green flag.
Friesen elected to use the bottom of the speedway for the restart as Poirier pulled in alongside of him. Friesen went to the bottom going into the first turn and skated to the middle while Poirier went to the extreme outside of the speedway to pull even with Friesen. As they completed that lap Friesen led by a nose at the line.
They raced evenly into the first corner then Poirier prevailed off the second corner to take the lead. He opened the gap as they ran down the backstretch while extending the lead off the fourth corner. It looked like that was it for Friesen as Poirier continued to race away.
As they took the two to go sign Poirier was closing quickly on the back end of the field as Friesen lagged behind him. Poirier was perfect on that lap but traffic was quickly coming into to play in the event.
On the final circuit Poirier bobbled slightly in the first turn allowing Friesen to close slightly. Then Poirier did something he never does, he made a mistake in turn three. Poirier ran up quickly on back of a slower car and lost the air on the nose. This pushed his car up the speedway as he nearly went off the top of the track allowing Friesen to drive by underneath to take the lead and then the win.
“What a last corner,” said Friesen. “My heart sank when I saw him (Poirier) cruise by me on the outside. I was trying to maintain, cruise and take it easy. On that last restart he snookered us on the top. I just pulled the wing back and I gained a couple of car lengths, but I thought it was too little too late. He got bottled up in lapped traffic so I’ll take it.”
Poirier was nearly in shock after the second place finish as he admitted making a mistake in the final turn to lose the race. He had pulled the wing back to take the lead from Friesen and that adjustment didn’t pan out in traffic.
“I was pretty aggressive on that last yellow with the wing so I put it back because I was in clean air,” said Poirier. “When I reached traffic I was pushing a little bit. I just reached Jeff Cook. I tried to run him on the outside and when I tried to go by him on the outside I lost the air on my nose and the car pushed up the race track. I was just hoping to keep the car on the race track. It was a really bad mistake for me on the last lap.”
Donath advanced from the 13th position to finish in third. It was a much needed boost to his team as he has struggled with mechanical woes and incidents in his first season behind the wheel of his own car.
“It was definitely a long way to go for us,” said Donath. “The car was really good but there were a lot of good cars in front of us and that makes it a tough road to hoe. Pete (Lewandowski) and the guys found something with the race car yesterday and guys transferred it over to today and I can’t be any happier.”
Jessica Zemken advanced from the 16th to finish in the fourth position and Cory Sparks came home fifth after starting in 11th when apparent fifth place finisher Howland was penalized for a rules infraction and placed last.
Barney fell back after the last restart to finish in sixth with United Racing Company driver Davie Franek finishing in seventh. Lance Yonge finished eighth, Ohsweken Speedway regular Jamie Collard finished ninth and 2012 Patriot Sprint Tour American Champion Scott Kruetter finished tenth.
Poirier set fast time in DirtTrackDigest.com time-trials with a lap of 15.836. Heat races wins were taken by Poirier, Barney, Friesen, Kevin Ward Jr. and Wight while Matt Tanner won the B-Main.
In 602 Sportsman action Matt Janczuk continued his dominance of Utica-Rome in the 2013 season as he captured his second win in the division this year. Janczuk started on the pole and led all 30-laps of the non-stop feature for the $1,000 payday. Rocky Warner came from the ninth spot to finish in second. Beth Schneider held on to finish in third while Jack Gentile and Dave Marcuccilli completed the top five.
360 SPRINT CAR COLE CUP FINISH (30-laps): Stewart Friesen, Steve Poirier, Shawn Donath, Jessica Zemken, Cory Sparks, Jason Barney, Davie Franek, Lance Yonge, Jamie Collard, Scott Kruetter, Paul Kinney, Matt Tanner, Tommy Wickham, Joe Trenca, Patrick Vigneault, Kevin Ward Jr., Robby Stillwaggon, Jeff Cook, Dylan Swiernik, Randy West, Wayne Johnson, Dain Naida, Justin Barger, Bobby Breen, Larry Wight, Bryan Howland DNS Billy Pauch Jr., Jared Zimbardi
DNQ Mark Bitner, Chuck Hebing, Vinnie Vitale, Steve Glover, Sammy Reakes IV, Mike Stelter, Dave Ely, Brad Knabb, Glenn Styres, James Hanson, Steve Hutchinson, Dave Axton, Scott Wagner, Danny Varin, Scott Just, Ryan Bohlke, Casey Williams, Geoff Quackenbush, Dave Just, Jeff Thomas, Keith Dempster, Etienne Girard, Paul Habeck, Aaron Ott
602 SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH (30-laps): Matt Janczuk, Rocky Warner, Beth Schneider, Jack Gentile, Dave Marcuccilli, Jack Miller, Corey Barker, Ron Davis III, Daryl Nutting, Frank Burnell Jr., Rocco Leone, Mike Walton, Jim Spano, Brian Murphy, Alan Fink, Nick Krause, Bobby Heintz, George Dyer, Taylor Lamb, Bailey Groves DNS Fred Muhlburger, Jeremiah Munson, Jack Speshock, Hunter Bates, Ray Zemken, Rocky Grosso, Rick Lamont