Friday, October 6, 2017

NASCAR Drive For Diversity Combine Set For New Smyrna & Bethune-Cookman


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 6, 2017) –- A dozen drivers from across the United States and Mexico will converge on northeast Florida to vie for an opportunity to follow in the tracks of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers Daniel Suarez and Kyle Larson.

The 2017 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Combine presented by Honda Generators will be held at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona and New Smyrna Speedway on Oct. 16-18, and will serve as a key element in the selection process for setting the driver lineup for Rev Racing in 2018. Both the combine and the team will feature an enhanced focus on seat time to increase competition at the combine and on the track next season.

The drivers invited at the combine includes several record-setting rising stars and a trio of NASCAR Next drivers. They’ll be competing for four seats with Rev Racing.

“We’ve taken an in-depth look at how the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Combine and we’ve worked hard to continue to take the program to the next level,” said Jim Cassidy, NASCAR senior vice president of racing operations. “We’ve had a number of successes – from the graduation of Suarez, Larson and Darrell Wallace Jr. to the national series, to winning races and championships on the touring and weekly series level. As we continue to evolve the program, the format of the combine and the 2018 schedule will provide a greater emphasis on driver development on and off the race track.”

Among the drivers invited are Brittany Zamora, from Kennewick, Washington, and Ryan Vargas from LaMirada, California. Zamora, 18, became the first female to win the championship in the Northwest Super Late Model Series this season, while Vargas, 16, is the youngest race winner at California’s Irwindale Speedway and finished 16th in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national standings.

They’ll be joined by current NASCAR Next driver Chase Cabre, as well as NASCAR Next alumni Collin Cabre and Ruben Garcia Jr. Garcia set the mark as the youngest champion in NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series history in 2015.

Other invitees include Macy Causey, Madeline Crane, Ernie Frances Jr., McKenna Haase, Nicholas Sanchez, Fabian Welter and Armani Williams.

Earlier this year, Causey became the first female to win a Division I Late Model feature at South Boston Speedway in Virginia; Welter has four wins and leads the NASCAR PEAK Mexico Challenge Series points; and Francis is a three-time Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli champion and leads the series’ TA standings with three events remaining. Sanchez finished fifth in the Bojangles Summer Shootout in Charlotte, driving for Rev Racing’s Legends car program.

“The roster of talent coming to the 2017 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Combine is one of the deepest we’ve ever had,” said Max Siegel, CEO of Rev Racing. “We’ve seen the program really grow over the last 10 years and make a substantial impact in NASCAR. We are excited to continue to work within the sport to make significant inroads and provide an opportunity for truly talented race car drivers to advance.”

The drivers will take part in media and physical assessments on Monday at Bethune-Cookman. They will undergo driving evaluations at New Smyrna on Tuesday in a Late Model Stock Car and Wednesday in a NASCAR K&N Pro Series car. In addition to being sponsored by Honda Generators, the Combine received sponsorship support from partners Bethune-Cookman, Perry’s Ocean Edge Resort in Daytona Beach, M2 Promotions and Sunoco.

From the 12 combine participants, four will be selected for the 2018 season. Three of those drivers will race full-time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, while also running full-time in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in a Late Model – totaling more than 30 races next season. In addition, the fourth driver will compete full-time in the Late Model program and serve as an alternate for the K&N Pro Series program.

In an expanded role for next year, Rev Racing will also select an additional four youth drivers at a future combine. Those drivers will participate in the organization’s expanded Legends and Bandelaros program next season. This past season, Rev Racing had two Legends cars in the Bojangles Summer Shootout. The team will also provide several driver development test sessions in its Late Model at Langley Speedway in Virginia and New Smyrna during the 2018 race season for prospective multicultural and female drivers.

2017 NASCAR Drive For Diversity Combine Drivers:

Chase Cabre Tampa, Fla.
Collin Cabre Tampa, Fla.
Macy Causey Seaford, Va.
Madeline Crane Meansville, Ga.
Ernie Francis Jr. Dania, Fla.
Ruben Garcia Mexico City, Mexico
McKenna Haase Carlisle, Iowa
Nicholas Sanchez Homestead, Fla.
Ryan Vargas La Mirada, Calif.
Fabian Welter Mexico City, Mexico
Armani Williams Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Brittany Zamora Kennewick, Wash.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

White Holds Off Late Race Charge From Henderson, Wins Dennis Wendt Memorial

Brandon White, winner of the Mid-City Motor World/Dennis Wendt 100
(Photo Courtesy Redwood Acres Raceway)


Eureka, CA (October 1, 2017) – The 25th annual Fall Spectacular took place at Redwood Acres Raceway this past Saturday and Sunday. In addition, it was the first annual Dennis Wendt Memorial race. Beautiful weather graced the track on Saturday and Sunday while Friday’s open practice was halted for a time due to rain. The weekend’s action was presented by Mid-City Motor World and it was a memorable two days of racing at the 3/8-mile paved track.

Dave Rogers set fast time in the California State And Federal Employee’s Credit Union roadrunner division with a 19.811. The first 10 laps of the first feature saw Bob Ratzlaff and Nick Ford exchange the lead several times. On lap 11 Ford took over. Rogers made a charge in the late going but was unable to catch Ford. At the line it was Ford taking the win followed by Rogers, Daniel Buell, Ratzlaff and Lindsey Zito.

Race two featured a spectacular incident in the late stages. The field ran the track in reverse for this race. Going into the first turn, Rogers got sideways collecting Buell. Rogers’ car rolled over once before landing on its wheels. Thankfully Rogers was okay. The incident allowed Ford to take the lead and sweep both races for the night. Buell was credited with second while Rogers was scored third, Andy Savage fourth and Ken Eastburn fifth.

Only one main event for the division took place on Sunday. Rogers returned from his incident the previous night to dominate the race. It only took him two laps to go from the back of the field to the front. Rogers went unchallenged the rest of the way to take the victory. Michelle O’Dell finished second while Buell narrowly beat Ford to the finish line for third. Lindsey Zito rounded out the top five. Buell was crowned track champion for the roadrunner division.

Qualifying for the Nor-Cal Automotive Legends was led by Daniel Whitley with a 17.982. Brian Kamisky took trophy dash honors and earned pole position for Sunday’s feature by winning the heat race. The 40-lap main event was dominated by Kamisky. All race long he was pressured by Brad Curtice. With five laps remaining, Curtice was able to take the low line under Kamisky to take the lead. Curtice was able to hold on from that point to take the win and the $500 purse for the victor. Kamisky placed second over Buddy Cox, Tyler Peach and Tyler Krupa. Peach locked up the track championship for the Legends by starting the feature event.

Brett Murrell’s 18.167 time in qualifying for the Humboldt Hydroponics mini stock division was good enough to earn fast time. Jordon Paiment was the trophy dash winner while Brett Murrell took the win in the heat race. Brett Murrell used pole position to lead the early portion of the 40-lap feature. Contact on lap 13 between he and his father Brian Murrell, Sr. forced both drivers to restart at the tail of the field. Eugene Palmer took over and pulled out what looked to be an insurmountable lead. Unfortunately for him, a caution with 15 laps to go bunched the field.

On the restart, Murrell, Sr. took over the lead and was able to hang on until lap 35 when Brett Murrell regained the top spot. Brett Murrell was able to hold on from there to take the main event win and seal the track championship for the mini stocks. Murrell, Sr. took second with Scott Taylor, Palmer and Trevor Eacret completing the top five. Brett Murrell’s victory earned him $500.

The Lone Star Junction Thunder Roadsters had the usual trophy dash, heat race and main event both days. Paul Peeples, Jr. set fast time on night one with a 17.206. Tommy Payne took the dash win while Peeples scored in the heat. Payne held the age on the opening lap of the 30-lap feature but gave way to Peeples on lap two. Nobody had anything for Peeples on the night as he was able to run away from the rest of the pack to take the win. Allen Olson finished second followed by Ronnie O’Neil, Paul Baker and Craig Baker.

Allen Olson set quick time in Sunday’s qualifying with a 17.378. Olson followed that up with wins in the trophy dash and heat race. O’Neil led the first two laps of the main but on lap three Olson took over. Olson and Peeples had a nip and tuck duel for the race lead. On lap 16, Peeples maneuvered under Olson to take the lead. Olson maintained a close position on Peeples the rest of the way but didn’t have the strength to mount a serious charge. At the finish it was Peeples winning. Olson, O’Neil, Payne and Paul Baker completed the top five runners. O’Neil was the division champion, taking the title by starting the main event.

Mike Sullivan took both bomber main event wins and earned $4,000 in the process
(Photo Courtesy Redwood Acres Raceway)

Big money was on the line for the Fortuna Wheel & Brake bombers thanks to Four Star Realty and Lally Motorsports. The winner of each twin 50-lap main events was given $1,000. An additional $1,000 went to the driver with the best average finish in both features while another $1,000 would be awarded to a driver who was able to win both races.

Loren Powers, Sr. was fast time for the bombers with an 18.262. Mike Sullivan took the trophy dash win. Heat race one was won by Jim Redd while Sullivan’s win in heat two earned him pole position for the first 50-lapper. Sullivan dominated race one, leading from start to finish however he was challenged all race long. Brian King was Sullivan’s biggest competitor and the two raced nose-to-tail for the majority of the race. At the finish, Sullivan’s win was less than half a second over King. Nick Green finished third over Powers, Sr and Ryan Walters.

While taking his trophy, Sullivan pulled the number eight pill which was the inversion for the second feature event. This gave Sam Brown pole position. Walters used the outside front row position to take the lead at the start. On lap five, King took over the lead. Sullivan methodically worked his way through the field, finally moving into the second position with 14 laps to go. The front two were cat-and-mouse the rest of the way. With two laps remaining, Sullivan moved to the outside of King. On the white flag lap, Sullivan found enough grip to get by King. Coming off the fourth turn, the two drivers were side-by-side with Sullivan hanging on to sweep both races earning $4,000 for the day. King placed second followed by Walters, Powers, Sr. and Richard Knight. John Lally took track champion honors for the bombers.

It was the final point race for the Mid-City Motor World late models but the first leg of the two-race Super 6 Late Model Challenge Series playoffs presented by Anderson Logging, Danielson Construction and North Coast Lighting And Electric. Brandon White’s fast time of 15.828 was quickest of the 21 cars that qualified and earned him $100. The winner of each of the qualifying heat races also earned $100. Eddie Klein won the first heat while Marty Walsh took the second. David Miller’s win in the third heat race gave him pole position for Sunday’s Mid-City Motor World/Dennis Wendt Memorial 100.

Miller used his first place starting spot to his advantage at the start to take the lead. After a few caution flags in the first 20 laps, White took over the lead on lap 21. Lap 29 proved to be a tough lap for several competitors as several caution flags flew. The most notable was a wreck by Steven Gannon coming off the second turn. Gannon was struggling throughout the race and the incident prevented him from winning the track championship.

As the race passed the halfway point, Walsh began to make himself noticed as he took second place on lap 50. Lap 60 saw what was the most controversial incident of the race. Going into turn one while racing for second, Mic Moulton and Walsh made contact sending both cars spinning. Tim Crenshaw had nowhere to go and was collected in the melee. Walsh’s car rolled over on its top necessitating a red flag. Thankfully none of the drivers were injured in the crash.

Following the incident, the race calmed down as there weren’t any serious incidents the rest of the way. In the final 20 circuits, David Henderson moved to the second spot after having to overcome two flat tires. Henderson got right on White’s bumper. A caution in the final 10 laps proved to be to White’s advantage as it allowed him to cool his tires. Henderson couldn’t muster enough strength to get to White’s bumper in the closing stages. At the finish it was White taking the victory and $2,000. Henderson’s second place earned him $1,500. Derek Copeland had a top five car all race long and came home with $1,000 for third. Miller took fourth and $800 and Luke Hall fifth with $750. In spite of not being able to make it to the finish, Moulton was able to take the track championship for the late models for the second year in a row.

With his win White leads the Super 6 Late Model Challenge Series point standings going into the Fall Classic at Ukiah Speedway, the final race of the series in 2017. His advantage is only two points over Henderson. The other drivers eligible for the championship in the playoffs are Moulton, Walsh, Gannon and Ryun Leazer. Moulton is 15 points behind White. Walsh is another two points behind Moulton. Gannon is 22 points behind the points leader while Leazer is 28 in arrears.

Redwood Acres Raceway would like to thank all of its sponsors for a successful 2017 season. A special thank you to all of the race fans who supported the Acres as well. For full points and season race results in all divisions, please visit Redwood Acres Raceway’s official website

5th Short Track Shootout Brings Over 400 Laps Of Action To Madera

(Photo Courtesy Jason Wedehase)

Via Madera Speedway PR

MADERA, CALIFORNIA (October 3, 2017) – The 5th annual – and largest to date – running of the Short Track Shootout at Madera Speedway will present racing fans with over 400 laps of competition at the fastest one-third mile in the West with over 100 race cars expected.

The crown jewel is the 150 lap, $10,000 to win feature for the RPM Mortgage Pro Late Model Series with nearly 60 pre-entries. It also serves as the championship race for the series televised on MAVTV. MAVTV cameras will also roll for the Lucas Oil Modified Series 75 and the 51FIFTY Energy Drink Jr. Late Models 75 which is also a championship finale. The Pro Late Model B Main will be a feature in of itself, paying $1,000 to the winner. A Lucas Oil Modified B Main, a Pro Late Model C Main, and the young drivers in the Mini Cups round out the busy evening of racing.

Bakersfield’s Buddy Shepherd will try to close out his second championship season at Madera to go along with the 2016 Kern County Raceway Park championship as well. Three consecutive Late Model track titles in the valley would be a huge accomplishment for the High School Senior, but fellow High Schooler Logan Zampa of Napa, CA would like to spoil that party. The difference between the pair is just five points.

Shepherd is a perfect six-for-six in time trials this year while accumulating four wins. Zampa has one win but a total of five podium finishes. Modesto’s Garland Tyler, Madera’s all-time winngest Late Model driver Matt Erickson, and Dillon Tucker are virtually tied in their battle for third place but are not realistically in contention for the championship. Clovis’ Austin Herzog has remained sixth in the standings despite moving back down to the Jr. Late Models in September where he won the feature.

The entry list for the Pro Late Model feature has attracted a host of Irwindale drivers including 2017 NASCAR national runner-up Trevor Huddleston and 2009 third in national points Nick Joanides. Two-time Pacific Challenge Series champion Jeremy Doss is entered along with 2007 Altamont champion Ryan Philpott and current third in SRL points Blaine Rocha of Oakdale. The inaugural Short Track Shootout winner Mike David and three-time and defending winner Eric Holmes are both ready to race as well.

Four-time 51FIFTY Energy Drink Jr. Late Model winner Jesse Love IV of Menlo Park, CA has already officially clinched the championship in a dominating performance by the 12 year-old. He took a small bump on the chin in September when he finished fifth. His closest rival this year has been Redwood Valley’s Kolby Berry with five fast-times but still no wins. Third in the points is Mentone’s Austin Edwards with Hailie Deegan and Las Vegas’ Kyle Keller rounding out the top-five. The 10-16 year old drivers race for 75 laps over a 50 lap segment and a 25 lap final segment.

The Lucas Oil Modified Series makes its second run at Madera this year with Taylor Miinch leading former champion Dylan Cappello of Arizona in the points. Cappello claimed the Sumertime Horsepower Nationals win in June at Madera. Two-time track champion and former NASCAR regional champion Scott Winters will be chasing his third career series win at his home track. Winters is currently sixth in the points standings.

Las Vegas’ Tyler Reif has put his stamp on his rookie Mini Cup campaign with four fast-times, three wins, and one second place finish this year to lead the division points. The last main event was won by young female racer Avery Vivian, however, but Reif has a comfortable 36 point lead over Aiden Phillips. The youngest drivers at Madera Speedway will run a 20 lap feature.

An open practice kicks off the weekend on Friday before a full day of action on Saturday. Friday practice runs from 3 p.m. - 8 p.m. On Saturday, pit gates open at 9:00 a.m. with practice from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Qualifying will follow with C Mains and B Mains beginning at 4 p.m. The Mini Cup main will also be during this time. Opening ceremonies are officially at 5:30 p.m. with the 75 lap 51FIFTY Energy Drink Jr. Late Model championship race, 75 lap Lucas Oil Modified race, and the 150 lap Short Track Shootout for $10k to win for the RPM Mortgage Pro Late Model Series to follow.

Tickets for Madera’s biggest race of the year are value priced at just $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and military, $7 for youth ages 6-12, and kids five and under are free!

For more information about Madera Racing on MAVTV please visit or For more information about RPM Mortgage and to obtain loan information please visit and for more information about 51FIFTY Energy Drink visit

Madera Racing on MAVTV airs every Thursday night. Thursday October 5th will feature the July 29th Round #5 of the 51FIFTY Energy Drink Jr. Late Models. The broadcast beings at 8 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Pacific. Madera Speedway racing is also available on the LucasOilRacing.TV app

2017 Short Track Shootout – RPM Mortgage Pro Late Model *Expected Entries* as of 10/3/2017

# Geoff Morris
07 Britt Wasson
1 Tyler Herzog
2 Jarrett Gilmer
7 Ryan Schartau
10 Lucy Carmona
11 Austin Herzog
16L David Lewellen
17 William Martyn
17s Thomas Suarez
18 Zachary Cook
20 Erik Woods
20 Dennis Furden
21 Eric Holmes
21 Eric Nascimento, Jr.
21 Aaron Mullins
21 Patrick Geiger
22 Buddy Shepherd
22 Jacob Smith
22 Larry Pasquale
25 Lawless Alan
25 Elliot Sterjne
26 Del McIntosh
27 Kevin Thompson
28 Henk Gaalswyk, Jr.
28 Trevor Schlundt
34 Quintin Harris
35 Rodney Peacher
38 Ryan Hart
41 Howard Holden
42 Matt Erickson
43 Robby Hornsby
45 Jason Aguirre
50 Trevor Huddleston
50 Justin Philpott
51 Racin Vernon
52 Ryan Philpott
55 Jagger Jones
55 Kent Cam
56 Dylan Garner
70 Joey Licata
71 Kyle Gottula
73 Garland Tyler
75 Jeremy Doss
77 Rick Thompson
77 Mike David
77 Nick Joanides
81 Ray Mayer
84 Doyal Moen
88 Hailie Deegan
88 Dillon Tucker
89 Shelden Cooper
90 Ross Strmiska
92 Logan Zampa
96 Loren Kutz
97 Shane Butler
98 Blaine Rocha
98 Glen Cook

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Self Awarded Meridian Victory


MERIDIAN, Idaho -- Fireworks lit up the night sky after the checkered flag flew on the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 presented by Perfect Hydration and Lights Out at Meridian Speedway. And Michael Self wound up being the one to bask in the glory.

The Park City, Utah, native wheeled his No. 9 Sunrise Ford/Sinclair Lubricants Ford to the winner's circle at the quarter-mile to earn his first victory of the 2017 season and seventh NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win of his career.

It didn't come without controversy.

On an overtime restart, Derek Kraus lost the lead to Bill McAnally Racing teammate Chris Eggleston, who went on to cross the finish line in first place and was initially declared the winner. However, the finish came under review from NASCAR.

It wad determined that Eggleston jumped the final restart, meaning his first-place finish would not hold. That handed the race win to Self.

"I was pretty happy with second," Self said while reflecting on waiting for official word from NASCAR. "That was going to be our best finish of the year so far. That last restart in fifth, I actually didn't think we had a shot at it. But that's how things go on these quarter-mile short-tracks. So all in all, really happy and pleased with how it ended."

The result for Self was his fifth top five and 11th top 10 of the 2017 season. But in the grand scheme of his career, this one topped them all.

"It means everything," Self said in Victory Lane with a smile. "It may seem silly, because people are just gonna say 'it's a K&N West win,' but to do it here, with Sinclair Oil on the car, and in Bob Bruncati's car. He gave me a chance this year to get back in this car, after I've been out of a car for three to four years. And it's been three years of searching for sponsors and just working my butt off every day, this is the biggest win of my career."

Championship points leader Todd Gilliland wound up finishing second in his No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota, 0.824 seconds behind Self. With the runner-up position and Eggleston penalty, Gilliland extended his championship points lead to 11 (525-514) over his Bill McAnally Racing teammate with two races remaining.

"This thing was super, super good to fire off this race," said Gilliland, who led a race-high 125 laps. "The first 50 laps we were amazing. This thing was just effortless to drive. After that, it just started bouncing on entry and got super tight. But we got two more races on the West coast that are very important. I have no doubt that everyone on my NAPA Racing team will work through it together. That's what we've done all year, we've got a very dedicated group of guys."

Although Self is all but mathematically eliminated from championship contention, he thinks this win will give him and his team a much-needed shot in the arm heading to California to close out the 2017 K&N West season.

"I think this is a good boost, this is good momentum," Self said of the final two races left on the season. "We knew we weren't going to win a championship )at the start of the year), that was going to be out of reach. But to come and win a race and to try and keep finishing in the top five, that's out goal. And that's what i'll keep trying to do and that's what I'm looking forward to."

Will Rodgers, Todd Souza and Kraus rounded out the top five finishers. Kody Vanderwal was sixth, followed by Eggleston, Blaine Perkins, Julia Landauer and Stafford Smith.

Kraus is third in championship points, one ahead of Rodgers, but 79 back of Gilliland. Self is fifth in points.

Boise native Trevor Cristiani led 15 laps but was relegated to a 19th-place finish after crashing on lap 100 into the turn three wall.

The is scheduled to air on NBCSN on Sunday, October 8 at 11 p.m. ET.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will return to action at All American Speedway in Roseville, California on October 14.

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NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications
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At Meridian Speedway
Meridian, Idaho
Lap length: 0.25 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (6) Michael Self, Park City, UT, Ford, 215 laps, 47.103 mph.
2. (1) Todd Gilliland, Sherrils Ford, N.C., Toyota, 215.
3. (7) Will Rodgers, Solvang, Calif., Ford, 215.
4. (11) Todd Souza, Aromas, Calif., Toyota, 215.
5. (5) Derek Kraus, Stratford, Wis., Toyota, 215.
6. (12) Kody Vanderwal, LaSalle, Colo, Ford, 215.
7. (4) Chris Eggleston, Erie, Colo., Toyota, 215.
8. (10) Blaine Perkins, Bakersfield, Calif., Chevrolet, 214.
9. (3) Julia Landauer, New York, N.Y., Ford, 213.
10. (14) Stafford Smith, Eagle, Idaho., Ford, 213.
11. (18) Ron Norman, Tucson, Ariz., Chevrolet, 213.
12. (19) Takuma Koga, Nagoya, Japan, Chevrolet, 213.
13. (17) Jesse Iwuji, Carrolton, Texas, Chevrolet, 210.
14. (15) Tyler Fabozzi, Anaheim Hills, Calif, Chevrolet, 210.
15. (20) John Wood, Eagle, ID, Chevrolet, 208.
16. (21) Josh Fanopoulos, Chevrolet, 207.
17. (13) Max Tullman, Chester Springs, PA, Ford, 201.
18. (16) Zachary St. Onge, Upland, CA, Toyota, 198.
19. (2) Trevor Cristiani, Boise, Idaho, Chevrolet, 105, accident.
20. (9) Nicole Behar, Spokane, WA, Toyota, 103, fuel pump.
21. (8) Matt Levin, Tucson, Ariz., Chevrolet, 37, accident.

Race Statistics
Time of Race: 1 hour 8 minutes 28 seconds
Margin of Victory: .824 seconds
Fastest Qualifier: T.Gilliland (68.519 mph, 13.135 seconds)
Caution Flags: 7 for 50 laps.
Lead Changes: 6 among 5 drivers.
Lap Leaders: T. Gilliland 1-84; T. Cristiani 85-99; T. Gilliland 100-140; C. Eggleston
141-154; D. Kraus 155-212; C. Eggleston 213; M. Self 214-215.
Standings: 1. T. Gilliland, 525; 2. C. Eggleston, 514; 3. D. Kraus, 446; 4. W. Rodgers, 445; 5. M. Self, 434; 6. T. Souza, 404; 7. J. Landauer, 396; 8. K. Vanderwal, 379; 9. M. Levin, 377; 10. B. Perkins, 375.