Pacific Challenge Series at All-American Speedway 4/16/16

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What Won the Race: Jason Romero took the lead from Mike Beeler on lap 96 to win the 100-lap Pacific Challenge Series race at All American Speedway.

 

The Finish (Unofficial):

1 8 Jason Romero
2 6 Mike Beeler
3 66 Jeff Bischoffberger
4 5 Chris Scribner
5 75x Jeremy Doss
6 81 Daryl Midgley
7 27 John Moore
8 11 Tracy Bollin
9 5P Ryan Peeples
10 55 Danny Malfatti
11 70 Michael Hite
12 33 Don Swartz
13 20 Cole Moore
14 1 Matt Wendt
15 39M Jason Mitchell
16 15 Travis Wilburn
17 39 Jimmy Stillman
18 05 Eric Schmidt
19 07 Dave Skaggs

 

The Skinny: Jason Romero charged through the field and stole the lead with five laps to go.  He wouldn't be challenged again and pulled away for the victory. The win is the first Pacific Challenge Series victory of Romero's career.

 

Winning Quote:

 

Notebook: Former All American Speedway and Pacific Challenge Series champion Eric Shmidt is in attendance.  He has never won a PCS race at All American Speedway despite two runner-up finishes.

 

Car Count: 20 cars are in the pit area for tonight's race.

 

Title Fight: Jacob Gomes leads Jeremy Doss by two points with one of 12 rounds completed.

 

Winning Chassis: Victory Circle Chassis

Winning Engine: 604 Crate

Winning Crew Chief: Mark Romero (dad)

 

On the Move: Daryl Midgley started 13th and charged to finish sixth, a gain of seven positions.

 

Biggest Loser: Eric Schmidt (-17) started from the pole but retired from the race on lap 22 to finish 18th.

 

Starting Line-Up:

1 6 Mike Beeler
2 5 Chris Scribner
3 8 Jason Romero
4 05 Eric Schmidt
5 27 John Moore
6 11 Tracy Bollin
7 66 Jeff Bischofberger
8 20 Cole Moore
9 75x Jeremy Doss
10 1 Matt Wendt
11 33 Don Swartz
12 18 Travis Milburn
13 81 Daryl Midgley
14 70 Michael Hite
15 39 Jimmy Stillman
16 55 Danny Malfatti
17 39 Jimmy Stillman
18 05 Eric Schmidt
19 07 Dave Skaggs


Dash For Cash Results
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1 6 Mike Beeler
2 5 Chris Scribner
3 8 Jason Romero
4 05 Eric Schmidt
5 27 John Moore
6 11 Tracy Bollin
7 66 Jeff Bischofberger
8 20 Cole Moore

 

Qualifying Results:

1 05 Eric Shmidt 13.124
2 8 Jason Romero 13.186
3 6 Mike Beeler 13.187
4 27 John Moore 13.227
5 20 Cole Moore 13.240
6 11 Tracy Bollin 13.331
7 66 Jeff Bischofberger 13.341
8 5 Chris Scribner 13.343
9 75x Jeremy Doss 13.402
10 1 Matt Wendt 13.426
11 33 Don Swartz 13.475
12 18 Travis Milburn 13.487
13 81 Daryl Midgley 13.521
14 70 Michael Hite 13.559
15 39 Jimmy Stillman 13.574
16 55 Danny Malfatti 13.850

 

Qualifying Events: Time Trials set the grid for tonight's 100-lap race. The top-eight qualifiers were inverted for the $500-to-win Dash for Cash.

 

Practice Results: Eric Shmidt led both the second and third rounds of practice for the Pacific Challenge Series.

 

Event Schedule: The first of two rounds of practice began at 2:30 p.m. PT.  Final practice at 4:20 served as qualifying and was followed by the driver's meeting/dash draw at 5 p.m. The 8-lap Dash for Cash began at 5:30 p.m. before the 100-lap feature race at approximately 8 p.m.

 

Who To Watch For: Jeremy Doss is considered to be one of the most talented racers on the West Coast. He started the year off with a runner-up finish and will be looking to improve on that this time around.

 

Entry List:

05 Eric Schmidt
07 Dave Skaggs
1 Matthew Wendt
3 Jeff Schmidt
5 Ryan Peeples
5 Chris Scribner
6 Mike Beeler
8 Jason Romero
11j Tracy Bolin
18 Travis Milburn
20 Cole Mole
27 John Moore
33 Dan Swartz
39 James Stillman
39 Jason Mitchell
55 Danny Malfatti
66 Jeff Bischofberger
70 Mike Hite
75x Jeremy Doss
81 Darrell Midgley

 

The Track: All American Speedway is a .333-mile oval located in Roseville, California.  The track features eight degrees of banking in turns 1 and 2.  Turns 3 and 4 have progressive banking beginning at 10 degrees and extending to 14 degrees.

 

Weather: Temperatures were right around 70 degrees at race time with not even the slightest chance of precipitation.

 

Next Series Race: The Pacific Challenge Series will visit Ikiah Speedway (CA) on May 7.

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