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Re(2): Hy-Miler History (2005~2009)

2005...Team Dunigan once again showed its dominance in an awesome shootout in the final 25 laps between the #29 of Russ Wood and the #26 of Pat Abold. Several times was Wood able to get his #29 next to the #26, but Abold was able to hold the lead to pick up his second Hy-Miler victory (the first coming 13 years earlier in 1992). Early leader Scott Martel in the Lane #97 was overtaken by #11 Chris Perley, who by the race's midway point was absolutely decimating the field. A broken heim joint on the panhard bar was cause for an early exit while out to a huge lead for the #11. This was Abold's third victory on the way to picking up his 3rd ISMA title. Friday Night Winner: Kyle Carpenter, in his only ISMA Win.

1. Pat Abold
2. Russ Wood
3. Scott Martel
4. Dave McKnight
5. Mike Lichty
6. Nokie Fornoro
7. Mark Sammut
8. Dave Shullick Jr
9. Joe Gosek
10. Justin Belfiore
11. Jon McKennedy
12. Bob Magner
13. Kyle Carpenter
14. Jack Smith
15. Charlie Schultz
16. Vern Romanoski
17. Randy Burch
18. Joe Grunda
19. Chris Perley
20. Matt Seavey
21. Joe Petro
22. Moe Lilje
23. Joey Payne
24. Bobby Haynes Jr
25. Eric Shirey
26. Denny Fisher




2006...The whole season was "The Year of the Perley" as the Rowley, Massachusetts driver came in winning 5 out of the first 7 ISMA sanctioned races. Sandusky would prove no different as the Rowley Rocket claimed his first Hy-Miler win, when late race leader Mike Lichty got held up in lapped traffic. Mike Ordway took the early lead, but was soon overtaken by Nokie Fornoro in the Soule 32. After the cross-flags, Mike Lichty looked like he would be the one to beat until lapped traffic entered in. On Friday, Perley claimed his first ever Sandusky win, while Mike Lichty again looked to be the winner, but two late-race yellows doomed the #84. This Hy-Miler victory put Perley at an unprecedented SIXTH consecutive ISMA win, 7th out of 9 for the year, and his 10th in the last 12!

1. Chris Perley
2. Mike Lichty
3. Nokie Fornoro
4. Bobby Santos
5. Lou Cicconi
6. Scott Martel
7. Dave Shullick Jr.
8. Charlie Schultz
9. Dave McKnight Jr.
10. Joe Petro Sr.
11. Kyle Carpenter
12. Jon Henes
13. Randy Burch
14. Doug Heveron
15. Mark Sammut
16. Brandon Bellinger
17. Bobby Magner
18. Justin Belfiore
19. Mike Ordway
20. Dave Trytek
21. Larry Lehnert
22. Michael Barnes
23. Denny Fisher
24. Bobby Haynes Jr.
25. Moe Lilje
26. Rich Reid




2007...Chris Perley continued his string of dominance well into the 2007 ISMA season as the Rowley, Massachusetts driver picked up both Hy-Miler victories again this year. Leaving Sandusky, Perley had won 6 of the first 8 ISMA events in 2007. The 30th Annual Hy-Miler finally went back to full qualifying, as 6 of the top 12 time trialers were Ohio regulars. Jeff Holbrook and Dave Shullick Sr (Burch52) lead the field down to the green. The first 40 laps were caution-ridden, and Mike Lichty was out front. Perley chased him down around half way through, and the 11 simply checked out. DJ Shullick, having a career year, was running 5th with 10 to go, he found his way in 3rd with two to go, and as Lichty ran out of fuel on the last lap, Shullick Jr. claimed 2nd. Top Five was Perley, Shullick Jr., Didero, Lichty, McKnight (-1). Friday night also went to Perley, McKnight was 2nd, and DJ shullick went from 5th to 3rd in the last 3 laps.

1. Chris Perley
2. Dave Shullick Jr.
3. Doug Didero
4. Mike Lichty
5. Dave McKnight
6. Moe Lilje
7. Charlie Schultz
8. Timmy Jedrzejek
9. Michael Barnes
10. John Benson Jr.
11. Mike Ordway Jr.
12. Bob Magner
13. Rich Reid
14. Vern Romanoski
15. Pat Lavery
16. Mark Sammut
17. Lou Cicconi
18. Eric Lewis
19. Larry Lehnert
20. Bob Dawson
21. Dave Shullick Sr.
22. Justin Belfiore
23. Jack Smith
24. Gene Lee Gibson
25. Jeff Holbrook
26. Nokie Fornoro
27. Robbie Summers
28. Jon Henes




2008...Chris Perley (06-08) joins Gordon Dukes (64-66), Bentley Warren (84-86), and Russ Wood (95-97) as the fourth driver to win three-consecutive Hy-Miler Nationals. The race got underway with DJ Shullick in the Clyde Booth #61 taking the point from the pole as Johnny Benson in the Lichty #74 fell into second. Always fast at Sandusky, Mike Lichty moved the family owned #84 past Shoe 2 on lap 28. His lead was short-lived, however, as on lap 42 he was sent tail after tangling with a lapped car (starting in 2008, ISMA doesn't use the passing flag). Perley, who was running a very close second, dodged the melee low and inherited the lead. By the half-way point, it was Perley, Schultz (May #7), and Benson. As the laps ticked off, Perley moved into his own time zone. The checkers fell with Perley winning his third in a row, Schultz in second, and Lichty was able to race his way back to a podium finish. Russ Wood (Holbrook #29) and Tim Jedrzejek (Reed #8) rounded out the top five. Friday night's race was won by local favorite Charlie Schultz after a lap-10 red in turn 3 took out many of the top competitors including Perley, and Shullick Jr. Friday's top three was Schultz, Lichty, and Wood.

1. Chris Perley
2. Charlie Schultz
3. Mike Lichty
4. Russ Wood
5. Timmy Jedrzejek
6. Joe Gosek
7. Johnny Benson Jr.
8. Tim Ice
9. Vern Romanoski
10. Jon Henes
11. Mark Sammut
12. Bobby Dawson
13. Dave McKnight Jr.
14. Bobby Bond
15. Howie Page
16. Jeff Holbrook
17. Rob Summers
18. Dave Shullick Sr.
19. Dave Shullick Jr.
20. Jeff Abold
21. Moe Lilje
22. Kyle Edwards
23. Dave Trytek
24. Gene Lee Gibson
25. Bobby Haynes Jr.
26. Dave Mumaw




2009...Chris Perley becomes the only driver in history to pull down four consecutive Hy-Miler checkered flags. Ohio's Tim Ice (May Motorsports #77) took off from the green and led the first half of the race. A lap 12 red caused by Mark Sammut's (#78) rear end blowing took out several competitors. After a spin by Jeff Locke on lap 19, the race ran green until lap 61. Meanwhile, Dave Shullick Jr. piloted his Clyde Booth #61 past Tim Ice for the lead at about the halfway point, and Chris Perley soon followed suit. The yellow flew on lap 61 for Ohio's Randy Burch (Stout #49), and as the race went back to green, Perley nabbed the lead. Several cautions slowed the event leading up to a red on lap 70 caused by a turn-one tangle by Lou Cicconi and Jeff Holbrook blocking the track with at least seven cars involved. The rest of the race ran rather uneventful except for a lap 90 red caused by Trent Stephens (Stout #19) launching onto the turn-one tires. The 2009 Hy-Miler top five was Chris Perley (Vic Miller #11), Dave Shullick Jr. (Booth #61), Mike Lichty (Lichty #84), Russ Wood (Holbrook #29), and Charlie Schultz (May Motorsports #7). Friday night's race was won by local favorite Randy Burch (ACME Racing #49) who grabbed the lead on lap 9 and never looked back. Friday's finish was Burch, Shullick Jr., Schultz, Summers (Lane #97), and Tim Ice.

1. Chris Perley
2. Dave Shullick Jr.
3. Mike Lichty
4. Russ Wood
5. Charlie Schultz
6. Timmy Jedrzejek
7. Robbie Summers
8. Ben Seitz
9. Dave McKnight
10. Bobby Magner
11. Jack Smith
12. Bobby Dawson
13. Jeff Abold
14. Jeff Locke
15. Danny Lane
16. Trent Stephens
17. Randy Burch
18. Lou Cicconi
19. Tim Ice
20. Jeff Holbrook
21. Jon Henes
22. Brandon Bellinger
23. Justin Belfiore
24. Gene Lee Gibson
25. Mark Sammut
26. Bobby Haynes


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