to heavy rains Wednesday night's action was postponed to Friday.
Thursday night would set the stage for the most awesome sight
in sprint car history. Your top 3 making it to
the Podium and locking themselves into the A Main for Saturday
night's main event were: Brian
Brown, Sam Hafertape Jr, and Kerry
Madsen / Thursday Media
Conference. Friday night's action was worth the wait from
Wednesday's rain out as your top 3 would advance to Saturday's
A feature: Shane Stewart,
Kraig Kinser and Mark
Dobmeier / Friday Media
Conference. Dominating in near perfection Donny
Schatz claims his 8th Knoxville Nationals Championship followed
by a well known bridesmaid Brian Brown and 3rd place finisher
Kerry Madsen / Saturday
Media Conference. Click on the links above to listen to
driver interviews and the media conferences.
Madsen topped a star-studded field of Outlaw Sprint Cars Sunday
night at Husets Speedway for a $5,000 payday. This was
the second consecutive year for the Kline Electric #18 to visit
victory lane with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions. Madsen
was the car to beat by picking up the win in the dash, awarding
the Australian the pole position for the 30 lap main event.
Madsen was challenged by Sammy Swindell many times, but would
never give up the top spot. Swindell would fall to third when
Rico Abreau took the runner-up spot on the white flag lap.The
event was red flagged twice. Tasker Phillips flipped on the
opening lap. Justin Henderson later flipped in turn one. Matt
Juhl got upside down in a heat race. All drivers were unharmed.
Juhl and his crew were able to get the #09 repaired for the
main event. We spoke with you top 3 Ian
Madsen, Rico Abreau
and Sammy Swindell.