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Haudenschild started second on the main event grid and raced in a podium position during the entire 35-lap main event.
The Wooster, Ohio, native took command for the first time on lap 32; surviving accidental contact with race leader Cole Duncan to inherit the top spot over Hunter Schuerenberg and sixth row starter Danny Lasoski.
I’m not sure my car owner would admit that, but it is true.
I don’t want this to be the first one for Rob Hunter, so hopefully we can repeat.” Chad Kemenah won the war, but Sheldon Haudenschild won the battle on Saturday night at Atomic Speedway; scoring ,000 during the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions season finale over a competitive field of 49 entries.
Duncan, the main event pole sitter who led every lap of the feature program until that point, would not return. We were both racing really hard for position and ran out of race track,” Sheldon Haudenschild said. I can’t thank my team enough for their hard work and effort this year.
“I can’t thank Rob Hunter and his wife enough for giving my brother (Brian Kemenah) and I an opportunity with this race team.
We didn’t have the season we wanted last year as far as consistency goes, but we were pretty consistent this year. Sometimes we second guess ourselves, but we just really needed to focus on us and our results and not worry about where others finish.
Blaney, who fell short of a seventh championship by a mere 20 markers, finished second in the final standings, followed by Sheldon Haudenschild, Cap Henry and Kraig Kinser. “I hope my car owner’s smile is as big as mine right now,” Chad Kemenah said. Sheldon Haudenschild wins Arctic Cat All Star finale, Chad Kemenah claims fifth career Arctic Cat All Star championship CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (October 22, 2016) - For the fifth time in his career and for the first time since 2005, Alvada, Ohio’s Chad Kemenah is an Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions titlist, earning his fate by finishing eighth during the championship finale at Atomic Speedway on Saturday, October 22. It is a first-ever title for team owner Rob Hunter. Kemenah, pilot of the Rob Hunter-owned/Seneca Energy Corp/DKW Transport/JRC Transportation/Bonnell’s Rod Shop/ No.
10H entry, started 13th on the main event grid and gently worked his way into a top-ten finishing position; just one position ahead of championship contender and defending titlist Dale Blaney at the final checkers.