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ASCoC History

All Stars - Then and Now

During 1968 and 1969 businessmen Bud Miller, Wellman Lehman, Chris Economaki and several others came together to research the possibility of building a super speedway south of Youngstown, OH.

After many meetings with public officials, attorneys and marketing specialists, the plans were eventually dropped when the group could not find enough land to suitably be utilized for their facility. But out of these meetings another idea was conceived that Bud Miller eventually carried out: a touring “outlaw” organization for Sprint Cars. In 1970 the All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC) was born.

From 1970 through 1973 Bud Miller, of Sharon, PA, operated the first “outlaw” Sprint Car organization in modern times. The ASCoC became a huge success and attracted the biggest names in Sprint Car racing from across the country. The first All Star Circuit of Champions winner was colorful West Coast find Jan Opperman, whose hippie look created the "outlaw" image.

In 1973 the ASCoC went “national”, sanctioning events all across the country including the Knoxville Nationals. The "World Dirt Track Crown" went to the controversial Opperman who had won 44 features in 1972.

Despite the success and popularity of the series, Miller suspended operations when the first national gasoline crisis occurred. Coupled with a thriving and expanding business, Miller’s other commitments had to take top priority and the ASCoC ceased to exist.

But the ASCoC would return seven years later, in 1980. As Bud Miller explained: “Wellman had been on me to start the ASCoC up again. I wanted to, but didn’t have the time to give it what it required and deserved. Wellman recommended Bert Emick and you know the rest.” The circuit reformed in 1980 under new leadership.
 

In 1979, Bert Emick, a racing enthusiast from Columbus, OH, put together a new group called Midwest Outlaw Super Series (MOSS) for outlaw sprints and late models, running five races. They were so enthusiastically received by fans and drivers, the series expanded in 1980 to 22 sprint and 14 late model races. At the end of his second year Emick was joined by other strong supporters of auto racing and the All Star Circuit of Champions was revitalized. Including both sprint and late model divisions, the All Stars continued to add dates to their schedule and in 1981 brought 33 sprint races to Ohio and seven surrounding states.

In 1982, the series expanded to 49 sprint car races with an incredible 20 different feature winners. In 1983, several prestigious big-paying events enhanced the schedule of 52 races; the first Ohio Outlaw Sprint Speedweek became an instant success; the famed Eldora Nationals were All Star sanctioned; and Pennsboro, WV, hosted the (then) largest-ever to win sprint event with $25,000 going to Bobby Allen. The popularity of the All Stars continued in 1984 with 265 drivers taking part in 48 events, sharing over $1 million dollars in purse money. The points championship was not decided until last race at Sharon, with Fred Linder beating out Kelly Kinser by only five points.

1985 saw an exciting new development which increased driver participation to 320 at 47 races: the enforcement of a new 410 cast iron engine rule which made competition even closer. Again, the points battle was a close one, but Jack Hewitt’s 12 feature wins helped put him on top over Kelly Kinser by 103 points.

The All Stars continued to grow in 1986 with over a million dollars paid out at 53 races in 9 states to 360 participating drivers. Fred Linder won the championship for the second time and there were 20 different feature winners.

By 1987, the purse was up to $15,000 with $4,000 going to the winner. 59 feature races had 16 different winners and 12 new track records. Points champion Joe Gaerte became the youngest champion at age 21.

In 1988, 20 different winners in 54 races continued the tradition of "you never know who'll win an All Star race.' The points championship was decided at the last race at Eldora when Gaerte won over Rocky Hodges by just 14 points. A major change took place late in the season when for the first time aluminum engines were allowed to run with 60-pound weights.

The biggest change in 1989 was the well received addition of a 6-race asphalt series. 55 races were held in '89 with 26 winners. Another young points champion was crowned when 21-year-old Robbie Stanley beat his nearest competitor by 350 points for the $10,000 prize.

After surviving one of the wettest summers in history in 1990, 58 races were run with 26 win ners, including nine first-timers. The points race again came down to the wire when Terry Shepherd nosed out Rocky Hodges by 22 points for the $10,000 top award.

Fierce competition for the points title in 1991 saw Frankie Kerr emerge as champion after a tight battle with Kevin Huntley and Rickey Hood. Sixty-one races in 13 states had 26 winners. For the first time, aluminum engines were allowed to compete without added weights.

With The Club joining the All Stars as their first major sponsor, 1992 saw the biggest schedule, purses and points payoff in their his tory. In another incredibly close points race, the top two from 1991 finished in reverse order when Huntley beat out Kerr by four points. After suffering 12 rain-outs, 60 races were run at 33 tracks in nine states.

A precedent-setting tie in All Star points saw Kevin Huntley and Frankie Kerr share the championship at the end of 1993. With The Club continuing as major sponsor, the series continued to grow to 64 races, paying out over $1.5 Million.

A precedent-setting tie in All Star points saw Kevin Huntley and Frankie Kerr share the championship at the end of 1993. With The Club continuing as major sponsor, the series continued to grow to 64 races, paying out over $1.5 Million in prize money, $100,000 in cash points money, and $105,000 wion in prize money, $100,000 in cash points money, and $105,000 worth of contingency prizes.

With the Club and 53 other sponsors on board, the 1994 season saw $265,000 in points fund and contingency awards go to racers, in addition to purse money Frankie Kerr again emerged as champion after 12 feature wins in 64 races.

The Club All Star series grew in 1995 to a record-setting 81 events, paying out over $1.7 million in prize money and points fund money along with contingency awards of $295,000. Dale Blaney earned the championship by almost 300 points over Frankie Kerr. The All Stars expanded west for the first time with the "Thunder through the Plains Tour".

The 1996 season highlight was obtaining United Expressline as major sponsor, in addition to 43 other sponsors. Dale Blaney again topped Frankie Kerr for the championship, after a record setting 17 wins. Payouts to teams reached the $2 million dollar mark. Television coverage expanded to TNN, ESPN, ESPN2, and regional sports networks.

Under the major sponsorship of the Frigidaire Company, the All Stars paid $50,000 to their champion Frankie Kerr in 1997. An additional $90,000 points fund money came from Frigidaire plus 45 other sponsors. Sixty seven races had 21 different winners with purse money of over $2 million paid out.

Kenny Jacobs captured his first series title in 1998, driving for the Tim Hughes Motorsports team. Jacobs would pick up 11 victories on the year, including the season finale at Eldora Speedway.

In 1999 the All Stars celebrated their 20th anniversary season by completing 54 races with over 400 cars participating. Since 1980, a total of 1100 races have been run with 120 different winners. Kenny Jacobs pulled off his second championship as both driver and owner. The four associate sponsors of United Expressline, Commercial Truck & Trailer, TW Metals and GM Powertrain were joined by 30 additional contingency sponsors.

In continuing effort to keep down the cost of racing, a 1200 lb. weight rule was initiated in 2000. It proved very successful, with many tracks and other sanctioning bodies joining in. Kenny Jacobs earned his third points championship in a row. TW Metals and Commercial Truck & Trailer continued as corporate sponsors.

In 2001 Kenny Jacobs set records by winning an unprecedented fourth championship, with a total of 95 feature wins. The weight rule continued to gain followers. Haulmark Trailers joined TW Metals as major sponsors of 46 races with 24 different winners.

June 17, 2002, marked the next chapter in All Star Circuit of Champions history with Guy Webb, an Illinois car owner and businessman. Webb's main focus was to bring America’s Series to new racing venues so that fans across the states could finally see the best sprint car drivers in the country. The previous weight rule of 1200 lbs. was changed to 1375 lbs. including the driver. This rule became the "Sprint Car Norm" across the country in 2002. Chad Kemenah won his first All Star Championship driving for car owner Jim Harble picking up 2 wins along the way.

The 2003 season saw 46 races at 25 speedways with 22 different winners. It also included the largest point fund In the history of the series with $50,000 to the winner, an amount that was paid in CASH to the series Champion Chad Kemenah at the 2003 Banquet and Awards Ceremony. Kemenah won an impressive 5 features events (tying with Jason Johnson) while also picking up the Huggins Cams Fast Time Award for 7 Fast Time efforts on the year.

In 2004, the All Star Circuit of Champions celebrated its Silver Anniversary Season with a total of 44 races completed. Chad Kemenah won his 3rd consecutive Championship for car owner Jim Harble. Kemenah was "Mr. Consistency" as he captured 18 Huggins Cams Fast Time Awards as well as 6 feature wins during the season. Jeremy Campbell was our Rookie of the year taking home $10,000 cash for the honor.

In 2005, the All Star Circuit of Champions saw Chad Kemenah win his 4th consecutive Championship for car owner Jim Harble adding him to an elite list of 4-time champions. Canadian driver Cody Geldart the Rookie of the year taking home an additional $10,000 cash for his efforts.

The big story in 2006 was rain. Eleven rain outs plagued the All Star schedule. In addition to a very wet season, the newly formed National Sprint Tour caused turmoil in the 410 sprint car world splitting the World of Outlaws group into two sanctions. The All Stars aligned with the World of Outlaws and teamed up for several co-sanctioned events throughout the season. In the end it was Greg Wilson who wore the crown as he captured his first championship. Chad Blonde was the All Star Rookie of the Year.

2007 was one of the most exciting seasons in All Star history as Greg Wilson repeated as Champion, edging out Danny Smith by just 2 points on the final night of the season.  Smith, however, would win the owner's points championship due to an incident during Ohio Speedweek where Wilson was forced to race a team backup car.  Brian Paulus won Rookie of the Year and also finished third in season points.

The 2008 points battle came down to a one race shoot out for Dale Blaney and Lance Dewease. During that final race Blaney knew he had to go out and win and he did just that, collecting his 68th career victory and third All Star Circuit of Champions title. The Rookie of the Year championship was also a close battle, but Ryan Myers eked past Lee Stark in the final event to take the crown by a scant two points.

In 2009 long-time race car owner Janet Holbrook would team up with former sprint driver Aaron Call to field what would one of the most dominant teams in the nation. The CH Motorsports team would hire “the Steel City Outlaw” Tim Shaffer from Aliquippa, Pa to pilot the #83. Added to the mix was multi-time All Star Mechanic of the Year Brian Kemenah. Shaffer would record 8 All Star wins in 2009 to claim his first series title.

Shaffer would have arguably his best career season in 2010. Shaffer would rack up 16 All Stat wins on route to his second straight series title. During the season Shaffer not only won All Star features but World of Outlaw events and the biggest event in sprint car racing, the 50th Annual Knoxville Nationals.

The CH Motorsports team continued its hot streak in 2011, with Shaffer recording 10 All Star wins and his third consecutive championship.

In 2012 the All Stars would welcome the University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) as its title sponsor. Shaffer would battle Dale Blaney throughout the season for the championship. Shaffer would record 6 All Star wins during the season while Blaney recorded nine. But in the end Shaffer’s consistent top five finishes would propel him to his fourth straight All Star championship.

In 2012 the UNOH All Stars would also incorporate a regional point system to crown an Ohio Region Champion, an Eastern Region Champion, a Great Plains Region Champion and an over-all champion. While Shaffer claimed the national title, Blaney would earn the Ohio Region championship with Daryn Pittman taking the Eastern Region.

Dale Blaney came into 2013 with 93 career All Star wins and was looking to over-take hall-of-famer Kenny Jacobs who recorded 98 series wins. Blaney and long-time crew chief George Fisher would garner 6 All Star wins during the season to surpass Jacobs. Blaney would record his fourth career All Star championship.

Blaney would also win the Ohio Region title while Greg Hodnett claimed the Eastern Region championship.

The 2014 season would be Blaney’s best in terms of total wins. The Hartford, Ohio driver known as “The Low Rider” would record 16 career All Star wins to run his career total to an outstanding 115. Blaney would become the first five time All Star champion in the series long storied history.

Blaney would take the Ohio Region championship while Hodnett won his second straight Eastern Region title.

In 2015 the series saw a change in ownership as Tony Stewart took the reins. UNOH returned as the title sponsor. Kerry Madsen would win the first race under new ownership at Bubba Raceway Park (Non-Points). Ryan Smith won the first points earning event at Attica Raceway Park.

Greg Wilson won an exciting Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket, that came down to the last race to decide the Champion.

Dale Blaney visited victory lane a series leading 12 times on the way to his 6th All Star championship. Cody Darrah won Rookie of the Year honors. 299 different drivers would compete in the 45 races held in 2015.

The series saw a new future star emerge as Sheldon Haudenschild picked up 5 wins from the start of Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket on, as he paired up with Crew Chief Bonzai Bruns.

The 2016 season saw Arctic Cat come on as the title sponsor of the series and an exciting season long battle for the points championship between Dale Blaney and Chad Kemenah. Blaney would visit victory lane 7 times to Kemenah's 1 visit, but consistency would win the title for Chad Kemenah. Kemenah's 9 Top 10 finishes in the final 10 races would help close up the championship for the 5th time in his career and first championship for car owners Rob and Rita Hunter. Kemenah would also capture his 2nd career Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket title.

Sheldon Haudenschild would lead the series in wins with 9 and capture the inaugural Bryan Clauson #ParkedIt award. Kraig Kinser was the Rookie of the Year. Brian Kemenah won the inaugural George Fisher Mechanic of the Year. 43 races were held in 2016 and 319 different drivers competed with the series.

The 2017 season kicked off with lots of unknowns, as 10 rookies joined the series to compete for Rookie of the Year honors. Chad Kemenah, piloting the Hunter Racing 10H, would dominate the 2017 season and back up the 2016 championship with another title in 2017. His 6th series championship, tying Dale Blaney for most titles in series history!

Tim Shaffer won 3 times during Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket, which earned him a $3500 bonus to go with his 3rd career Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket championship. For the 1st time in series history all Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket races were shown live on PPV.

The 2018 season saw a few changes come to the All Stars. Arctic Cat returned as the title sponsor. Mobil 1 came on as the presenting sponsor of the series. The series points fund went up $80,000 and the season kicked off with 18 teams gunning for the $50,000 top prize. The season saw a 3-way points battle for the title between Aaron Reutzel, Carson Macedo and Paul McMahan. Retuzel would end up on top at the end of the season. He drove the Baughman-Reutzel Motorsports 87 to 9 victories and the series title!

Paul McMahan would pick up the 2018 Cometic Gasket Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by C&R Racing title. McMahan won the Speedweek opener at Attica Raceway Park and wouldnt finish outside of the top 12 during the 7 race slate.

We entered 2019 with a new title sponsor for the series. Ollie's Bargain Outlet came on as title sponsor and Mobil 1 returned as the series presenting sponsor. Aaron Reutzel would pick up his 2nd straight series championship driving for Baughman-Reutzel Motorsports and take home a $51,000 payday. Reutzel would pick up a series best 16 wins.

Dale Blaney returned to the series driving the Sam McGhee Motorsports 11 car. Blaney would up his career wins total by 3 wins to 137 and add a series best 6th Ohio Sprint Speedweek title to his resume.

1980 Points
1) Bobby Allen 3438 (6 wins)
2) Jack Hewitt 2772 (2)
3) Al Hager 2580
4) Johnny Beaber 2346
5) Rick Ferkel 2044 (3)
6) Bobby Adkins 2008
7) George Harbour 1710 (1)
8) Kenny Jacobs 1384
9) Danny Smith 970 (3)
10) Jac Haudenschild 954

1981 Points
1) Lee Osborne 4733 (4 wins)
2) Fred Linder 4686 (2)
3) Brad Doty 3673 (2)
4) Andy Hillenburg 2224
5) Kenny Jacobs 2151 (1)
6) Billy Garcia 2137
7) Bobby Allen 1765 (2)
8) Rick Ferkel 1599 (1)
9) Rickey Hood 1592 (3)
10) Jac Haudenschild (1)

1982 Points
1) Lee Osborne 6728 (6 wins)
2) Fred Linder 6664 (9)
3) Dave Blaney 4913
4) Kenny Jacobs 3563
5) Kerry Norris 3132
6) Randy Kinser 2284
7) Steve Smith 2220 (7)
8) Rick Ferkel 2002 (1)
9) Bobby Allen 1965 (2)
10) Jac Haudenschild 1926 (1)

1983 Points
1) Lee Osborne 2829 (5 wins)
2) Kenny Jacobs 2673 (7)
3) Dave Blaney 2360 (7)
4) Fred Linder 2201
5) Kerry Norris 2019 (1)
6) Ron Semelka 1628
7) Rick Ferkel 1414 (4)
8) Andy Hillenburg 1271
9) Jack Hewitt 1014 (1)
10) Randy Kinser 979 (2)

1984 Points
1) Fred Linder 1984 (1 win)
2) Kelly Kinser 1953 (3)
3) Kenny Jacobs 1808 (9)
4) Joe Gaerte 1630 (1)
5) Jac Haudenschild 1245 (4)
6) Richard Frank Vog 1195
7) Rick Ferkel 1073 (1)
8) Jack Hewitt 1036 (5)
9) Dave Blaney 942 (2)
10) Kerry Norris 901

1985 Points
1) Jack Hewitt 3654 (12 wins)
2) Kelly Kinser 3557 (2)
3) Joe Gaerte 3442 (1)
4) Fred Linder 3122
5) Kenny Jacobs 3108 (5)
6) Rick Ferkel 2473 (1)
7) Ron Semelka 2079
8) Todd Vance 2064
9) Todd Kane 1995
10) Jac Haudenschild 1892 (1)

1986 Points
1) Fred Linder 3705
2) Kenny Jacobs 3428 (3 wins)
3) Kevin Thomas 3220
4) Jack Hewitt 3219 (8)
5) Todd Kane 2866
6) Rodney Ritter 2836
7) Rodney Duncan 2759
8) Rick Ungar 2595 (3)
9) Kelly Kinser 2461
10) Joe Gaerte 2163 (2)

1987 Points
1) Joe Gaerte 4179 (4 Wins)
2) Fred Linder 3501
3) Rick Ungar 3323 (1)
4) Kelly Kinser 3298 (1)
5) Bobby Allen 3080 (7)
6) Jack Hewitt 2682 (2)
7) Kenny Jacobs 2482 (6)
8) Steve Butler 2425 (2)
9) Dave Blaney 2391 (12)
10) Rocky Hodges 2325

1988 Points
1) Joe Gaerte 4247 (6 Wins)
2) Rocky Hodges 4233 (8)
3) Rodney Duncan 3667 (1)
4) Rod George 3515 (2)
5) Todd Kane 3204
6) Jack Hewitt 2845 (7)
7) Kenny Jacobs 2311 (6)
8) Rickey Hood 2094 (3)
9) Joey Allen 1916 (1)
10) Kevin Huntley 1836

1989 Points
1) Robbie Stanley 3461 (3 Wins)
2) Kelly Kinser 3118 (2)
3) Rodney Duncan 2904
4) Jack Hewitt 2900 (10)
5) Tray House 2505 (1)
6) Randy Kinser 2223
7) Danny Smith 2184 (1)
8) Dave Blaney 2137 (5)
9) Rocky Hodges 2059 (2)
10) Bobby Allen 1872 (2)

1990 Points
1) Terry Shepherd 3898
2) Rocky Hodges 3876 (5 Wins)
3) Robbie Stanley 3468 (2)
4) Bill Bailey 2995
5) Steve Siegel 2663 (2)
6) Rickey Hood 2637 (2)
7) Danny Smith 2607 (2)
8) Kelly Kinser 2566 (3)
9) Bobby Allen 2523 (8)
10) Lee Brewer 2173

1991 Points
1) Frankie Kerr 4510 (5 Wins)
2) Rickey Hood 4129 (10)
3) Kevin Huntley 3819 (6)
4) Lee Brewer 3015 (2)
5) Mark Christman 2845
6) Terry Shepherd 2448 (1)
7) Dave Freed 2409
8) Jack Hewitt 2367 (2)
9) Kelly Kinser 2336 (1)
10) Todd Kane 2176

1992 Points
1) Kevin Huntley 4634 (14 Wins)
2) Frankie Kerr 4630 (8)
3) Terry Shepherd 3989 (8)
4) Rod George 3772
5) Todd Kane 3253
6) Bobby Allen 3107 (3)
7) Rickey Hood 3079 (4)
8) Daryl Daugherty 2958
9) Joey Saldana 2841 (1)
10) Kelly Kinser 2295

1993 Points
1) Kevin Huntley 4755 (6 Wins)
1) Frankie Kerr 4755 (5)
3) Joey Saldana 4507 (5)
4) Rocky Hodges 4472 (6)
5) Rickey Hood 4324 (5)
6) Johnny Mackison Jr 4294 (4)
7) Todd Kane 3615 (2)
8) Byron Reed 3470
9) Gus Wasson 3450
10) Tim Norman 3258

1994 Points
1) Frankie Kerr 4862 (12 Wins)
2) Kevin Huntley 4672 (10)
3) Joey Saldana 4381 (7)
4) Dale Blaney 4317 (5)
5) Byron Reed 3982
6) Tim Engler 3778
7) Van Gurley Jr. 3728 (1)
8) Gus Wasson 3708
9) Jerrod Hull 3678
10) Tim Shaffer 3286

1995 Points
1) Dale Blaney 6506 (12 Wins)
2) Frankie Kerr 6212 (3)
3) Kenny Jacobs 5955 (11)
4) Danny Smith 5692
5) Joey Saldana 4953 (18)
6) Randy Hammer 4659
7) Daniel Coggeshell 4636
8) Mike Lutz 4497
9) Todd Kane 4250 (1)
10) Mark Christman 3052

1996 Points
1) Dale Blaney 5059 (17 Wins)
2) Frankie Kerr 4595 (4)
3) Dean Jacobs 4408 (4)
4) Kevin Huntley 4357 (1)
5) Danny Smith 4350 (2)
6) Tim Shaffer 4254 (3)
7) Craig Dollansky 4180 (1)
8) Van Gurley Jr. 4163 (2)
9) Brian Carlson 3516
10) Jeff Shepard 3383 (3)

1997 Points
1) Frankie Kerr 5424 (4 Wins)
2) Kenny Jacobs 5253 (6)
3) Keith Kauffman 5233 (6)
4) Dean Jacobs 5175 (5)
5) Dale Blaney 5170 (3)
6) Tyler Walker 5018 (7)
7) Danny Smith 4921
8) Terry McCarl 4314 (2)
9) Brian Carlson 3880
10) Tim Shaffer 3649

1998 Points
1) Kenny Jacobs 5368 (11 Wins)
2) Joey Saldana 5187 (7)
3) Frankie Kerr 5130 (6)
4) Dean Jacobs 4916 (5)
5) Keith Kauffman 4863 (1)
6) Brian Smith 3685
7) Scott Jones 3608
8) Judi Bates 2076
9) Sarah Fisher 1891
10) Kevin Huntley 1764 (2)

1999 Points
1) Kenny Jacobs 4219 (7 Wins)
2) Dean Jacobs 3911 (2)
3) Rodney Duncan 3565
4) Jerrod Hull 3417
5) Joey Saldana 3196 (9)
6) Greg Wilson 3098
7) Paul McMahan 2993
8) Danny Smith 2948
9) Brian Carlson 2733
10) Brian Ellenberger 2576

2000 Points
1) Kenny Jacobs 3262 (6 Wins)
2) Rodney Duncan 3065 (1)
3) Chad Kemenah 2829 (3)
4) Jerrod Hull 2803
5) Todd Gracey 2685
6) Kelly Kinser 2384 (2)
7) Greg Wilson 2247
8) Danny Smith 2040 (3)
9) Daryl Stimeling 1930
10) Barry Ruble 1782

2001 Points
1) Kenny Jacobs 3332 (5 Wins)
2) Chad Kemenah 3316 (2)
3) Danny Smith 3231 (2)
4) Dean Jacobs 3185 (3)
5) Greg Wilson 3169 (5)
6) Travis Rilat 3046 (1)
7) Rodney Duncan 2844 (1)
8) Mike Wagne 2674 (1)
9) Jason Johnson 2267 (1)
10) Rob Chaney 2106 (2)

2002 Points
1) Chad Kemenah 3481 (2 Wins)
2) Kenny Jacobs 3365 (1)
3) Jeff Shepard 3228 (8)
4) Danny Smith 3208 (3)
5) Greg Wilson 3111 (4)
6) Dean Jacobs 3106
7) Kelly Kinser 2967 (2)
8) Mike Wagner 2871
9) Bill Rose 2720
10) Barry Ruble 2501

2003 Points
1) Chad Kemenah 3971 (5 Wins)
2) Jason Johnson 3641 (5)
3) Dean Jacobs 3313 (3)
4) Greg Wilson 3132 (3)
5) Ryan Coniam 3118
6) Jeff Shepard 3046 (4)
7) Bill Rose 2917
8) Barry Ruble 2117
9) Bruce Robenalt 2069
10) Kelly Kinser 1954 (2)

2004 Points
1) Chad Kemenah 3987 (6 Wins)
2) Danny Smith 3713 (3)
3) Greg Wilson 3564 (4)
4) Jeremy Campbell 3407 (1)
5) Brock Mayes 3038
6) Tim Hunter 2934
6) Paul May 2934 (1)
8) Phil Gressman 2832 (1)
9) Jon Agan 2803
10) Bill Rose 2745

2005 Points
1) Chad Kemenah 2658 (8 Wins)
2) Danny Smith 2500 (2)
3) Dale Blaney 2494 (1)
4) Randy Hannagan 2399 (2)
5) Greg Wilson 2234 (3)
6) Jeremy Campbell 2225
7) Brock Mayes 2204
8) Paul May 2035
9) Cody Geldart 2018 (1)
10) Bob Bennett 1674

2006 Points
1) Greg Wilson 2789 (1 Win)
2) Brock Mayes 2605
3) Chad Blonde 2549 (1)
4) Paul May 2530
5) Danny Smith 2324
6) Brandon Martin 2285
7) Barry Ruble 1968
8) Dale Blaney 1616 (2)
9) James Mosher 1573
10) Butch Schroeder 1279

2007 Points
1) Greg Wilson 5633 (1 Win)
2) Danny Smith 5631 (2)
3) Brian Paulus 5322
4) Brandon Martin 5244
5) Paul May 5138
6) Brock Mayes 4897 (1)
7) Brian Ellenberger 4617
8) Dale Blaney 4340 (5)
9) Craig Mintz 3579
10) Dean Jacobs 3075

2008 Points
1) Dale Blaney 5706 (9 Wins)
2) Lance Dewease 5582 (2)
3) Randy Hannagan 5448 (2)
4) Greg Wilson 5195 (1)
5) Brian Ellenberger 5027 (1)
6) Brandon Martin 4914
7) Ryan Myers 4252
8) Lee Stark 3867
9) Brock Mayes 3371
10) Tim Shaffer 2885 (4)

2009 Points
1) Tim Shaffer 7205 (8 Wins)
2) Greg Wilson 6451
3) Daron Clayton 5723
4) Ryan Bunton 5603
5) David Gravel 5571
6) Dale Blaney 5501 (4)
7) Brandon Wimmer 5215
8) Ryan Myers 4716
9) Stevie Smith 4362 (6)
10) Randy Hannagan 4331 (2)

2010 Points
1) Tim Shaffer 8080 (16 Wins)
2) Greg Wilson 7157
3) David Gravel 7036 (1)
4) Cap Henry 6632
5) Bill Rose 6490
6) Jared Ridge 5967
7) Brandon Wimmer 3822
8) Dean Jacobs 3401
9) Stevie Smith 3281 (1)
10) Lance Dewease 2875 (1)

2011 Points
1) Tim Shaffer 6863 (10 Wins)
2) Dale Blaney 6679 (8)
3) David Gravel 6276
4) Cap Henry 5578
5) Pete Miller III 4978
6) Greg Wilson 4686
7) Danny Holtgraver 3912

2012 Points
1) Tim Shaffer 7539 (6 Wins)
2) Dale Blaney 7353 (9)
3) David Gravel 6985 (1)
4) Cap Henry 6836
5) Paul McMahan 6818
6) Danny Smith 4455
7) Stevie Smith 4297 (1)
8) Danny Holtgraver 4212 (3)
9) Pete Miller III 3641
10) Caleb Helms 3333

2013 Points
1) Dale Blaney 6008 (6 Wins)
2) Tim Shaffer 5971 (2)
3) Danny Holtgraver 5633 (3)
4) Cap Henry 5392
5) Caleb Helms 4967
6) Trey Gustin 4510
7) Justin Henderson 3454
8) Jac Haudenschild 3048 (3)
9) Greg Wilson 2446
10) Bryan Sebetto 2430 (1)

2014 Points
1) Dale Blaney 6494 (16 Wins)
2) Jac Haudenschild 5835 (2)
3) Danny Holtgraver 4384 (3)
4) Tim Shaffer 3984 (1)
5) Lee Jacobs 3958 (2)
6) Chad Kemenah 3247
7) Andrew Palker 2984
8) Caleb Helms 2757
9) Sheldon Haudenschild 2438 (1)
10) Cole Duncan 2304

2015 Points
1) Dale Blaney 5123 (12 Wins)
2) Cody Darrah 4903 (3)
3) Chad Kemenah 4811 (2)
4) Greg Wilson 4808 (3)
5) Tim Shaffer 4647 (2)
6) Sheldon Haudenschild 4624 (5)
7) Ryan Smith 4592 (3)
8) Danny Holtgraver 4244
9) Danny Smith 3787
10) Travis Philo 3748

2016 Points
1) Chad Kemenah 5238 (1 Win)
2) Dale Blaney 5218 (7)
3) Sheldon Haudenschild 5178 (9)
4) Cap Henry 4896
5) Kraig Kinser 4854 (2)
6) Danny Holtgraver 4690 (3)
7) TJ Michael 4602
8) Caleb Helms 4400
9) Andrew Palker 4182
10) Lee Jacobs 4150

2017 Points
1) Chad Kemenah 6640 (3 Wins)
2) Ryan Smith 6306 (3)
3) Caleb Helms 5998 (1)
4) Caleb Armstrong 5950
5) Max Stambaugh 5672
6) Brandon Spithaler 5235
7) Tyler Esh 5095
8) TJ Michael 5069
9) Brandon Matus 5004
10) John Garvin 4878

2018 Points
1) Aaron Reutzel 5462 (9 Wins)
2) Carson Macedo 5398 (5)
3) Chad Kemenah 5318 (2)
4) Paul McMahan 5174 (2)
5) Dave Blaney 5016 (1)
6) Cale Conley 4736
7) Brandon Spithaler 4410
8) Tyler Esh 4164
9) Jac Haudenschild 4042 (1)
10) Parker Price-Miller 3994

2019 Points
1) Aaron Reutzel 5736 (16 Wins)
2) Dale Blaney 5578 (3)
3) Cory Eliason 5524 (2)
4) Brock Zearfoss 5388 (3)
5) Paul McMahan 5342
6) Greg Wilson 5104
7) Skylar Gee 4874 (1)
t7) Gerard McIntyre 4874 (1)
9) George Hobaugh 4190
10) Justin Peck 3852

Series Champions
1970 - Ralph Quarterson
1973 - Jan Opperman
1980 - Bobby Allen
1981 - Lee Osborne
1982 - Lee Osborne
1983 - Lee Osborne
1984 - Fred Linder
1985 - Jack Hewitt
1986 - Fred Linder
1987 - Joe Gaerte
1988 - Joe Gaerte
1989- Robbie Stanley
1990 - Terry Shepherd
1991 - Frankie Kerr
1992 - Kevin Huntley
1993 - Kevin Huntley/Frankie Kerr
1994 - Frankie Kerr
1995 - Dale Blaney
1996 - Dale Blaney
1997 - Frankie Kerr
1998 - Kenny Jacobs
1999 - Kenny Jacobs
2000 - Kenny Jacobs
2001 - Kenny Jacobs
2002 - Chad Kemenah
2003 - Chad Kemenah
2004 - Chad Kemenah
2005 - Chad Kemenah
2006 - Greg Wilson
2007 - Greg Wilson
2008 - Dale Blaney
2009 - Tim Shaffer
2010 - Tim Shaffer
2011 - Tim Shaffer
2012 - Tim Shaffer
2013 - Dale Blaney
2014 - Dale Blaney
2015 - Dale Blaney
2016 - Chad Kemenah
2017 - Chad Kemenah
2018 - Aaron Reutzel
2019 - Aaron Reutzel

Ohio Sprint Speedweek Champions
1983 - Bobby Davis Jr
1984 - Steve Kinser
1985 - Jack Hewitt
1986 - Bobby Allen
1987 - Keith Kauffman
1988 - Jimmy Sills
1989 - Dave Blaney
1990 - Sammy Swindell
1991 - Sammy Swindell
1992 - Kevin Huntley
1993 - Frankie Kerr
1994 - Frankie Kerr
1995 - Dale Blaney
1996 - Frankie Kerr
1997 - Joey Saldana
1998 - Frankie Kerr
1999 - Joey Saldana
2000 - Kenny Jacobs
2001 - Dean Jacobs
2002 - Chad Kemenah
2003 - Dale Blaney
2004 - Dale Blaney
2005 - Kelly Kinser
2006 - Dale Blaney
2007 - Shane Stewart
2008 - Randy Hannagan
2009 - Stevie Smith
2010 - David Gravel
2011 - Tim Shaffer
2012 - Stevie Smith
2013 - Tim Shaffer
2014 - Dale Blaney
2015 - Greg Wilson
2016 - Chad Kemenah
2017 - Tim Shaffer
2018 - Paul McMahan
2019 - Dale Blaney

Stats (2014-2019)
RACES ENTERED
1) Chad Kemenah - 231
2) Tim Shaffer - 189
Dale Blaney - 189
4) Caleb Helms - 164
5) Lee Jacobs - 154
6) Ryan Smith - 145
7) Danny Holtgraver - 126
8) Andrew Palker - 123
9) TJ Michael - 121
10) Brandon Spithaler - 120

A-Mains Started
1) Chad Kemenah - 218
2) Dale Blaney - 184
3) Tim Shaffer - 180
4) Ryan Smith - 137
5) Caleb Helms - 129
6) Lee Jacobs - 126
7) Danny Holtgraver - 115
8) Paul McMahan - 103
9) Sheldon Haudenschild - 100
10) Jac Haudenschild - 99

Quick Time
1) Dale Blaney - 37
2) Aaron Reutzel - 28
3) Tim Shaffer - 14
4) Kerry Madsen - 11
5) Chad Kemenah - 10
6) Caleb Helms - 7
7) Jac Haudenschild - 6
Cole Duncan
Parker Price-Miller
10) Ryan Smith - 5
Paul McMahan
Sheldon Haudenschild
Danny Dietrich
Greg Hodnett
Lance Dewease
Kyle Larson
Sammy Swindell

Heat Race Wins
1) Chad Kemenah - 58
2) Tim Shaffer - 45
3) Dale Blaney - 38
4) Ryan Smith - 29
5) Paul McMahan - 27
6) Jac Haudenschild - 25
7) Aaron Reutzel - 22
Sheldon Haudenschild
Lee Jacobs
10) Carson Macedo - 21
Brock Zearfoss

Dash Starts
1) Chad Kemenah - 128
2) Dale Blaney - 119
3) Tim Shaffer - 95
4) Aaron Reutzel - 67
5) Ryan Smith - 62
6) Cole Duncan - 54
7) Danny Holtgraver - 52
8) Lee Jacobs - 50
9) Paul McMahan - 48
Sheldon Haudenschild
Caleb Helms

Dash Wins
1) Aaron Reutzel - 21
2) Dale Blaney - 19
Tim Shaffer
4) Chad Kemenah - 16
5) Ryan Smith - 11
Parker Price-Miller
7) Cole Duncan - 9
Carson Macedo
9) Joey Saldana - 8
Kyle Larson

Top 10's
1) Chad Kemenah - 150
2) Dale Blaney - 148
3) Tim Shaffer - 118
4) Ryan Smith - 78
5) Aaron Reutzel - 71
6) Paul McMahan - 63
7) Cole Duncan - 62
Sheldon Haudenschild
Greg Wilson
10) Danny Holtgraver - 58

Top 5's
1) Dale Blaney - 104
2) Chad Kemenah - 92
3) Tim Shaffer - 68
4) Aaron Reutzel - 49
5) Sheldon Haudenschild - 38
6) Ryan Smith - 33
Cole Duncan
Danny Holtgraver
9) Danny Dietrich - 32
10) Jac Haudenschild - 28

Top 3's
1) Dale Blaney - 77
2) Chad Kemenah - 54
3) Tim Shaffer - 44
4) Aaron Reutzel - 33
5) Sheldon Haudenschild - 32
6) Danny Dietrich - 23
7) Ryan Smith - 22
8) Jac Haudenschild - 21
9) Cole Duncan - 18
10) Danny Holtgraver - 17
Carson Macedo
Lance Dewease
Kyle Larson

Wins
1) Dale Blaney - 38
2) Aaron Reutzel - 25
3) Sheldon Haudenschild - 17
4) Tim Shaffer - 12
5) Lance Dewease - 9
6) Chad Kemenah - 8
Ryan Smith
Kerry Madsen
9) Danny Dietrich - 7
Kyle Larson
Rico Abreu
Donny Schatz

All-Time Win List

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