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Official Results of Schaeffer Oil Southern Nationals Series Event #2 of 10 Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tennessee) Tuesday, July 17, 2012 www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com twitter.com/sonationals   Car Count:  27   1. (2) Mike Marlar $3,500 2. (1) Chris Madden $2,000 3. (4) Kenny Compton, Jr. $1,200 4. (7) Billy Ogle, Jr. $800 5. (5) Vic Hill $600 6. (8) Dillon Wood $580 7. (9) Brett Miller $570 8. (12) Mark Douglas $560 9. (20) Daniel Baggerly $550 10. (22) Kenneth Howell $540 11. (21) Dillan White $530 12. (13) Donald Bradsher $520 13. (15) Jeff Wolfenbarger $510 14. (16) Rick Rogers $500 15. (10) David Crabtree $490 16. (14) Mack McCarter $480 17. (11) Brian Reese $475 18. (17) Mark Vineyard $470 19. (19) Bubba Russell $465 20. (23) Paul Davis $60 21. (18) Mike Hill $460 22. (6) Skip Arp $455 23. (3) Ty Dillon $450   FK Rod Ends Fast Time Award ($100 Cash):  Chris Madden 14.954 (NTR) Lap Leaders:  Chris Madden (1-16), Mike Marlar (17-35) Cautions:  4 (Ty Dillon, Billy Ogle, Jr., and Skip Arp Tangle in Turn Two on Lap 2, Mack McCarter has Troubles Underneath the Hood on Lap 21, David Crabtree Slows on Lap 22, and Donald Bradsher has Problems on Lap 26) FK Rod Ends Winner of the Race Award (Set of Rod Ends):  Mike Marlar The Joie of Seating Safety Award ($100 Cash):  Mike Marlar Wilwood Engineering Tough Break Award ($50 Product Certificate):  Mike Weeks DBR Starters Middle Man Award ($100 Product Certificate):  Dillan White Barry Wright Race Cars Highest Finisher Award ($100 Product Certificate):  Paul Davis GW Performance Highest Finisher Award ($50 Product Certificate):  Mike Marlar Roush Yates Racing Engines Slow Time Award ($50 Product Certificate):  Jim Gray   Top Eight Qualifiers (Locked in on Time):  Chris Madden, Mike Marlar, Ty Dillon, Kenny Compton, Jr., Vic Hill, Skip Arp, Billy Ogle, Jr., Dillon Wood   American Racer Tires Consolation Race #1 (Top Six Advance):  Brett Miller, Brian Reese, Donald Bradsher, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Mark Vineyard, Bubba Russell, Mike Weeks, Joey Coulter, Jacob Grizzle, Dillan White (dns)   Hoosier Racing Tires Consolation Race #2 (Top Six Advance):  David Crabtree, Mark Douglas, Mack McCarter, Rick Rogers, Mike Hill, Daniel Baggerly, Kenneth Howell, Paul Davis, Jim Gray   Provisionals:  Dillan White (series), Kenneth Howell (series), Paul Davis (emergency)   2012 POINT STANDINGS: 1. Chris Madden 392 1. Mike Marlar 392 3. Vic Hill 390 4. Kenny Compton, Jr. 388 5. Billy Ogle, Jr. 382 6. Brett Miller 364 6. Dillon Wood 364 8. Donald Bradsher 362 9. Brian Reese 350 10. Dillan White 348 11. Kenneth Howell 346 12. Mack McCarter 340 13. Daniel Baggerly 338 14. Ty Dillon 336 15. Paul Davis 324 16. Bubba Russell 320 17. Austin Dillon 188 18. Mark Douglas 184 19. Zack Mitchell 180 20. Billy Hicks 174 20. Jeff Wolfenbarger 174   2012 SCHEDULE & WINNERS: Monday, July 16 - Wythe (VA) Raceway - VIC HILL Tuesday, July 17 - Smoky Mountain (TN)Speedway- MIKE MARLAR Thursday, July 19 - North Georgia Speedway - $3,500 to win Friday, July 20 - Swainsboro (GA) Raceway - $5,300 to win Saturday, July 21 - Screven (GA) Motor Speedway - $5,300 to win Sunday, July 22 - Rome (GA)Speedway- $5,300 to win Tuesday, July 24 - East Alabama Motor Speedway - $3,500 to win Thursday, July 26 - Cleveland (TN)Speedway- $3,500 to win Friday, July 27 - Volunteer (TN)Speedway- $5,300 to win Saturday, July 28 - Tazewell (TN)Speedway- $5,300 to win   The Schaeffer Oil Southern Nationals Series would like to thank all of our marketing partners for the 2012 season including: Schaeffer's Specialized Lubricants, American Racer Tires, Barry Wright Race Cars, Carolina Performance, Comp Cams, DBR Starters, Delph Communications, Eibach Springs, FK Rod Ends, Graphic Impressions, GW Performance, Hoosier Racing Tires, Integra Shocks and Springs, MasterSbilt Race Cars, Ohlins Shocks, Old Man's Garage, Performance Rod & Custom (PRC), Roush Yates Racing Engines, The Joie of Seating, Vic Hill Racing Engines, VP Race Fuels, Wildside Custom Trailers, Wiles Driveshafts, and Wilwood Engineering.   About Schaeffer Oil: Founded in 1839, Schaeffer's manufactures specialized synthetic oils, fuel additives and other products for the construction, trucking, agriculture, marine, mining and high-performance racing industries. The company has developed an expansive line of innovative products and additives which reduce fuel consumption, improve mileage, extend efficiency and lessen energy costs for the consumer. Now in its third century of business and recognized as the oldest oil company in the United States, Schaeffer's has remained a family-owned operation since its inception. In 2010, Schaeffer's Specialized Lubricants was named to the distinguished INC 5000 list. For complete details, visit www.schaefferoil.com
 

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