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AFTER NIGHT TWO, DANNY LASOSKI AND BROOKE TATNELL SHARE LEAD IN THE COX DESIGN IOWA SPEED WEEK POINT STANDINGS

8/3/2012

KNOXVILLE, IOWA (August 3, 2012) - With his win in the second preliminary main of the Arnold Motor Supply 360-cubic-inch Knoxville Nationals on Friday at the Knoxville Raceway, Brooke Tatnell of New South Wales, Australia, has tied Thursday night winner Danny Lasoski of Missouri for the lead in the 2012 Cox Design & Metal Fabrication Iowa Speed Week point standings. Night number three is Saturday, August 4, with the finale of the Arnold Motor Supply 360 Knoxville Nationals and the winged 305-cubic-inch sprint car main. The ‘360’ Nationals are sanctioned by the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS).

The unofficial top sixteen in the 2012 Cox Design Iowa Speed Week points after two nights is as follows: 1., Danny Lasoski, Brooke Tatnell 50 points; 3., Brian Brown, Tim Kaeding 49 points; 5., Kevin Swindell, Dusty Zomer 48 points; 7., Jack Dover, Roger Crockett 47 points; 9., Jonathan Cornell, Rager Phillips 46 points; 11., Brad Sweet, Tim Shaffer 45 points; 13., Brady Bacon, Shane Stewart 44 points; 15., Paul McMahan, Wayne Johnson 43 points.

The Cox Design & Metal Fabrication Iowa Speedweek includes ten straight nights of sprint car racing between Knoxville Raceway and the Southern Iowa Speedway. The top three places pay $2,500, $1,000, and $500, respectively, with the winner declared the Jesse Hockett “Mr. Sprint Car” titlist. Past “Mr. Sprint Car” titlists include Ricky Logan (2002) of Arkansas, Shane Stewart (2003, ’04) of Oklahoma, Billy Alley (2005) of Nebraska, Jason Johnson (2006) of Louisiana, Wayne Johnson (2007, ‘08) of Oklahoma, Terry McCarl (2009) of Iowa, and Sammy Swindell (2010, ‘11) of Tennessee.

Article Credit: Bob Baker

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