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Travel Nurse RN - ICU - Intensive Care Unit - COVID19 - $3,661 per week   

Atlas MedStaff is seeking a travel nurse RN ICU - Intensive Care Unit for a travel nursing job in Fresno, California:- Specialty: ICU - Intensive Care Unit- Discipline: RN- Start Date: 04/13/2020- Duration: 13 weeks- 36.00 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, nightsAdditional information: Must have an Active California RN license & 2 years ICU Experience. 5 night spots! ASAP Starts.$500 Travel Reimbursement, Credential reimbursement, Onboarding covered & $750 Referral bonuses.Atlas MedStaff believes in family values and the power of friendship.We support you with our team that has over three decades of experience . You’re our top priority. That’s why we build lifelong friendships and create a culture of family. We understand the stresses of today’s healthcare industry can overwhelm you, let us be there for you every step of the way. Whether you’ve never traveled as a nurse before or you’re a travel nursing veteran, you’ll get our utmost attention and support, no matter what. We commit ourselves to finding your ideal travel assignment because that is what a good friend does. Our dedication places you in the best position.Veteran Owned. This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, icu - intensive care unit nurse.

Travel Nurse RN - Home Health - $1,742 per week   

KPG Healthcare is seeking a travel nurse RN Home Health for a travel nursing job in Fresno, California:- Specialty: Home Health- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 40 hours per week- Shift: 8 hoursAdditional information: KPG Healthcare Job ID #24303. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Home Health Registered Nurse.What KPG Healthcare can offer you:8,13, 26 week assignmentCompetitive Compensation PackageNationwide contract opportunitiesHousing or Housing stipend providedTravel and License reimbursementHealthcare benefitsRecruiter available 24/7Weekly Pay with direct depositKPG Healthcare:KPG Healthcare is a Staffing Firm that provides diverse Supplemental and Permanent Healthcare Staffing solutions to a wide range of Clients throughout the Nation. Our Services include Travel Nursing, Allied Professionals, Per Diem Nurse Staffing, Locum Tenens Staffing and Physician Placement. The primary factor differentiating KPG Healthcare from other recruitment firms is the quality of our experience, the breadth of our industry network, and the creativity that we apply to finding the perfect placement options. Throughout our partnership with you, we will excel at providing friendly personal attention and producing outstanding results.. This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, home health nurse.

Mental Health Clinician   

Mental Health Clinician for Children/Adolescents Opportunity
We offer clinical supervision and opportunities to train in different Evidenced Based Practices!
The Company: We are California's largest and most comprehensive nonprofit behavioral health provider, serving more than 30,000 children and their family members annually. For youth that exit our programs, more than 90 percent are living in the community, staying in school and remaining out of trouble.
Our Mission: We do whatever it takes to strengthen and advocate for children, families, adults and communities to realize their hopes for behavioral health and well-being.
We are hiring for the following programs located in Fresno
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - The ACT program serves children and youth with serious emotional disturbances ages 10 to 18 years who have an eligible MediCal diagnosis. Staff provides the youth with individual/group and family therapy services as well as 24-7week community support services including substance abuse services and case management services. Services are typically provided for 9 months.
HOPE - The HOPE (Child Welfare Mental Health) program serves families, where a consumer (parent or child) has an open case with the Department of Social Services (Child Protective Services or CPS) and who has a serious mental health condition or serious emotional disturbance with significant functional impairments in school, work, or the community. The program philosophy includes developing individualized service plans for each family in order to wrap services around the family which build upon their unique strengths and needs. Psychiatric and mental health services are provided. Support services are available 7 days a week in locations most comfortable for the consumer and family. The expected treatment duration is 12 months for children and 9 months for adults.
The Position: We are looking to fill full-time Clinician I positions

  • With limited supervision, provides comprehensive assessments, treatment planning, risk assessment, clinical interventions, case management, and coordination of therapeutic activities in the community.
  • Ensures that documentation and maintenance of clinical records is completed per appropriate standards and regulations.
  • Provides facilitation and support to enhance the efforts of youth and their families/caregivers in the design and implementation of evidence based treatment.

    *This position works directly with children and adults

    • Master's Degree (MA/ MS) in Clinical Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Counseling or a closely related field required.
    • One (1) year of supervised clinical experience with children required.

      * Registered with the BBS or have the ability to obtain registration with the BBS within 60 days
      Salary Range: $49,920 - $65,309.38
      Actual offers will be determined by the candidate's creditable years of experience in conjunction with internal equity considerations and based on the organization's current compensation practices.
      Why Should You Apply?

      • Clinical supervision for BBS waivered candidates
      • Training opportunities to grow in your profession including CEU's
      • Excellent Benefit Package
      • Generous Vacation Plan
      • Paid Holidays
      • Tuition Reimbursement
      • 401k Matching
      • Employee Discount Program

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Technical Support - Spanish   

Level 1 Technician
Fresno based unWired Broadband was founded in 2003 with the goal of delivering fast, reliable Internet connections to homes and businesses in rural and underserved areas. Strong demand, fueled by ever-increasing needs for connectivity, have led to 16 years of continuous growth. We are now one of the largest Fixed Wireless Internet providers in the nation.
unWired is searching for a Spanish-speaking Level 1 Technician to join our Technical Support team. Reporting to the Level 1 Supervisor, this position is responsible for providing technical assistance, support, and training to customers and providing first point of contact support calls for technical and equipment issues.
Essential Duties:

  • Provide client support and technical issue resolution via phone, email, remotely and in person.
  • Configure client's equipment (DSL Modem / Gateway Router / Computer) to connect to the Internet.
  • Provide training to clients in the use of system and applications as related to Internet.
  • Obtain general understanding of OS and application operations related to company offered services.
  • Identify and correct or advise, on operational issues in client computer systems.
  • Create new cases and document customer's technical issues using company provided system. Update cases with progress of achieving the resolution.
  • Assist the sales department by answering technical questions from themselves or customers.

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Fluency in Spanish required.
    • One year of computer networking or other technical training, education or experience preferred.
    • Ability to interpret and apply complex technical information.
    • Must have a firm understanding of Microsoft OS, Word, Excel, and Outlook.
    • Advanced skill in communicating orally and in writing with all departments and software/hardware providers.
    • Mathematical Ability: must be able to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
    • Problem Solving: identifies and resolves problems timely; gathers and analyzes information effectively; develops alternative solutions; uses reason when dealing with emotional topics.
    • Communication Skills: speaks and writes clearly and persuasively in positive and negative situations; responds well to questions, presents effectively in group meetings or settings, ability to read and interpret written information.
    • Interpersonal Skills: focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; maintains confidentiality; listens to others without interrupting; keeps emotions under control; open to others' ideas.
    • Demonstrated attention to detail.


      • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
      • Company paid Life Insurance
      • Long Term Disability Insurance
      • Flexible Spending Accounts
      • 401K with generous company contributions and Profit-Sharing contributions
      • Holiday, Vacation and Sick paid time off


Fee Basis Physician (Radiologist) | Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration   

Fresno, California, This is an open continuous announcement and applications submitted prior to April 13, 2020 will be pulled and rated for referral. Further ratings will occur every week thereafter until position is fi


Description:MULTI-DISCIPLINARY CALIFORNIA PRACTICE SEEKS NEUROLOGISTThe Position:Neurologist with specialized training in diagnosing and treating diseases of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and muscles.What You Will Do:Initial Consults and follow up appointmentsProficient with EMG and general in office proceduresEMR ProficientSmall Fiber NeuropathyLags Medical Centers offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, PTO, 11 paid Holidays, 401K and opportunities for career growth. We offer a work life balance with a five day work week. At Lags Medical Centers, we turn great expectations into great accomplishments by having a clear philosophy. Our entire staffacross our vast territorytakes immense pride in honoring the beliefs that position us as a leader in musculoskeletal and pain medicine. Every day, we practice what we preach, bringing us closer to our patients, to our community, and to each other. We have over 40 clinics in five states. Our multi-disciplinary practice has grown to care, at scale, for a large base of underserved (Medicaid/Medicare patients), who often experience challenges in accessing healthcare.We also understand that we are only as strong as our individual team members, and are always searching for talented and driven people.Join a team of caring professionals, apply today!.Requirements:The Ideal Candidate:California Medical LicenseABPN Board Certification NeurologyDEA certificatePI119173212PandoLogic. Keywords: Neurologist, Location: Fresno, CA - 93710by Jobble


1990 USAC Silver Crown champion Jimmy Sills.

In celebration of the 50th year of USAC Silver Crown Champ Car racing in 2020, we are reviewing the past 49 years of series history.



From Rookie of the Year in 1989 to series champion in 1990, that’s how meteoric of a rise Jimmy Sills put on display at the dawn of the new decade of the 1990s for Valvoline USAC Silver Crown racing.

The 37-year-old racing veteran from Placerville, Calif. finished 11th in the 1989 title chase but served notice of his intentions in 1990 in the Golden State 100 at his home state track – the Cal Expo State Fairgrounds in Sacramento, Calif. – on June 3, driving the Pioneer Concrete Special.

In earning the 1990 title, Sills won the championship by the narrowest margin, to that point, in the 20-year history of the Silver Crown series, edging upstart Eric Gordon by just 11 points.

“I knew after Sacramento that I had a good chance to win the crown,” Sills said.  “I drove for Tex Countryman in the Phoenix opener, but a blown engine put him on the sidelines, so I talked to Bob Consani about driving for him.  Fortunately, we were able to put a deal together and got the job done.

Just two years prior in 1988, Jimmy, a veteran of the west coast open wheel wars, had never seen a Silver Crown race.  But, his fondness for racing on the big one-mile ovals led him to pursue the championship.

“These are neat cars to drive because you can feel the sensation of speed going down the long straightaways, yet the cars are stable enough that you feel comfortable driving them.”

One of only five drivers who started all nine series races (the others were Chuck Gurney, Eric Gordon, George Snider and Wally Pankratz), Jimmy added a second in the Pepsi-Cola 100 at Indianapolis Raceway Park and a third in the Du Quoin, Ill. 100-miler to his Sacramento victory and won the pole at both Sacramento and Milwaukee.

“The entire Consani team did a magnificent job of preparing the car and my thanks go to mechanics Mike Consani, Ron Bertone, Ardee Dexter, Jim Van Lare and Ronnie Day,” added Sills.

Testimony to the unpredictable nature of the series’ competition and to Sills’ ability to win the title is the fact that all nine races produced a different winner.  In a 1990 survey conducted by Auto Racing Analysis, the Silver Crown series was listed as the only major racing series in the world presenting five or more events which had a different winner every time.  Sills, Ken Schrader, Jack Hewitt, George Snider, Gary Hieber, Chuck Gurney, Jeff Swindell, Eric Gordon and Steve Butler all visited victory lane during the year, with five of the winners scoring their first career Silver Crown wins.

Schrader kicked off the season with a 50-mile triumph in the Skoal Bandit Copper World Classic at Phoenix International Raceway, but second-finishing Bob Frey was the early series point leader.

Hewitt’s victory in the Hulman Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds came after Eric Gordon had led the first 45 miles before oil pump trouble surfaced.  Jack’s win was his 13th in the series, an all-time record at the time.

Sills’ victory at Sacramento was marred by the serious injuries suffered by Gary Bettenhausen in an accident on the opening lap.  Gary recovered by season’s end and was a welcome sight as a Hoosier Hundred spectator.

Snider, after starting 16th, caught Eric Gordon 11 laps from the end to win the Pepsi-Cola 100 at Indianapolis Raceway Park, beating Schrader and Gordon to the checkered flag.

USAC Silver Crown’s Most Improved Driver for 1990, Gary Hieber, stunned many with his surprise victory in the Hoosier Hundred in Indianapolis, but the crowd favorite was Andy Hillenburg, who led the first 96 laps before a shredding right rear tire forced him out.  Sills’ second-place finish bolstered his title hopes.

Gurney scored his fourth victory in the Tony Bettenhausen 100 at Springfield’s Illinois State Fairgrounds mile, leading all 100 laps after starting on the pole.

Swindell benefitted from Johnny Parsons’ misfortune at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds and came away as the winner of the Labor Day 100-miler.  Parsons led until only eight laps remained in his bid for a first series victory but lost a driveline and wound up 16th.

Eric Gordon, the 1990 Silver Crown Rookie of the Year, was running second to Dave Blaney three miles from the finish at the Milwaukee Mile but Blaney ran out of fuel and Gordon grabbed the winner’s trophy.  Wisconsin favorite Stan Fox took a well-deserved second.

Steve Butler’s first Silver Crown triumph came in the 4-Crown Nationals finale at Eldora Speedway as he outdueled Jack Hewitt for the win.  A fourth-place finish could have given Eric Gordon the series title, but it was not to be as Eric wound up seventh.






Avondale, Arizona………Ken Schrader of Fenton, Mo. is now three-for-three in Valvoline USAC Silver Crown racing at Phoenix International Raceway.

Schrader drove the Seymour Enterprises Chevy to victory in the 50-mile Skoal Bandit Copper World Classic Silver Crown feature on February 4, racking up his third straight win at the one-mile paved oval.  The win was worth more than $14,000, including lap prizes.

Ken won the pole for the 50-miler with a qualifying speed of 133.492 mph, but front row starter Gary Bettenhausen grabbed the early lead in the race and held on for 16 laps.  Schrader then led for four laps before being passed by young Jeff Gordon on lap 21.  Five laps later, Schrader regained the lead for good.

Bob Frey of Wickenburg, Ariz. finished second in the 50-mile series opener, with Bob Cicconi of Prospect Park, Pa., from 25th starting spot, taking third.  Cicconi won the 10-mile qualifying race.  George Snider of Bakersfield, Calif. and Gordon, of Pittsboro, Ind. rounded out the top-five.

The race was red flagged on the 48th lap when Wayne Hammond of Tampa, Fla. spun into the inside wall on the front stretch and flipped several times.  He was not seriously injured, and the race was resumed.

Defending series champion Chuck Gurney of Livermore, Calif., driving the Builders Equipment Chevy, finished 16th but was two laps behind the leaders at the checkered flag


VALVOLINE SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: February 3-4, 1990 – Avondale, Arizona – Phoenix International Raceway – Skoal Bandit Copper World Classic

QUALIFYING: (Top-24 locked into the feature) 1. Ken Schrader, 29, Seymour-26.968; 2. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-26.997; 3. Brent Kaeding, 96, Miller-27.192; 4. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-27.204; 5. Dave Blaney, 83, Chapin-27.299; 6. Bob Frey, 20, Nolen-27.371; 7. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-27.415; 8. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-27.416; 9, Mark Alderson, 37, Scruggs-27.512; 10. Mike Bliss, 45, Bliss-27.649; 11. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-27.690; 12. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-27.762; 13. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-27.794; 14. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-27.795; 15. Lealand McSpadden, 19, Conklin-27.953; 16. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-28.130; 17. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-28.154; 18. Darryl Haugh, 25, Haugh-28.306; 19. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-28.588; 20. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-28.740; 21. Tony Elliott, 51, GCQ-28.769; 22. Chuck Gurney, 48, Irvin-28.7:116; 23. Jimmy Sills, 15, Countryman-29.013; 24. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-29.057; 25. Billy Boat, 79, Martin-29.062; 26. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-29.275; 27. Bob Davison, 41, Ellis-29.363; 28. Davey Hamilton, 54 Consani-29.372; 29. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-29.434; 30. Frank McDaniel, 77, Pritchett-29.452; 31. Lyn McIntosh, 74, MRS-29.591; 32. Gary Griffith, 18, Conroy-29.608; 33. Ron Roberts, 21, Roberts-30.059; 34. Rick Sipes, 80, Sipes-30. 132; 35. Bob Meli, 87, Senter-30.358; 36. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-30.760; 37. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-32.617; 38. Perry Ferrell, 91, Ferrell-NT; 39. Herb Crawford, 53, Crawford-NT; 40. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-NT; 41. Ken Hamilton, 65, Neilson-NT; 42. Terry Kawell, 90, Kawell-NT; 43. Dave Burns, 28, Burns-NT; 44. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-6 transfer to the feature) 1. Bob Cicconi, 2. Ron Dunstan, 3. Gary Griffith, 4. Davey Hamilton, 5. Frank McDaniel, 6, Bob Davison, 7. Kevin Whitesides, 8. Lyn McIntosh, 9. Chip Thomas, 10. Rick Sipes, 11. Ron Roberts, 12. Billy Boat, 13. Bob Meli. NT

FEATURE: (50 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Ken Schrader (1), 2. Bob Frey (6), 3. Bob Cicconi (25), 4. George Snider (13), 5. Jeff Gordon (4), 6. Dave Feese (8), 7. Andy Hillenburg (14), 8. Mike Bliss (10), 9. Eric Gordon (12), 10. Danny Milburn (19), 11. Darryl Haugh (18), 12. Walt Kennedy (16), 13. Rich Vogler (#50) (24), 14. Wally Pankratz (11), 15. Bob Davison (30), 16. Chuck Gurney (21), 17. Gary Bettenhausen (2), 18. Wayne Hammond (17), 19. Frank McDaniel (29), 20. Brent Kaeding (3), 21. Mark Alderson (9), 22. Gary Griffith (27), 23. Greg Staab (23), 24. Dave Blaney (5), 25. Steve Butler (7), 26. Davey Hamilton (28), 27. Lealand McSpadden (15), 28. Ron Dunstan (26), 29. Jimmy Sills (22), 30. Tony Elliott (20). NT

**Wayne Hammond flipped on lap 48 of the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-16 Gary Bettenhausen, Laps 17-20 Ken Schrader, Laps 21-25 Jeff Gordon, Laps 26-50 Ken Schrader.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Bob Frey-80; 2-Bob Cicconi-70; 3-George Snider-60; 4-Jeff Gordon-50; 5-Dave Feese-40; 6-Andy Hillenburg-30; 7-Mike Bliss-25; 8-Eric Gordon-20; 9-Danny Milburn-15; 10-Darryl Haugh-10.





Indianapolis, Indiana………Jack Hewitt grabbed the lead from Eric Gordon on the 46th lap of the Hulman Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, then cruised to victory over defending race winner Rich Vogler.

Gordon, who led the first 45 miles of the race, retired with oil pump trouble.  Hewitt’s victory in the Barfield’s Gift Fruit Special owned by Bob Hampshire was worth $9,000 and put him temporarily in the series point lead.

The Hulman Hundred was originally scheduled for Friday night, May 25, but rain forced postponement to Monday afternoon, May 28.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: May 28, 1990 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana State Fairgrounds – Hulman Hundred

FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Gary Hieber (#66 EWH), 2. Walt Kennedy (#40 Woodward), 3. Stan Fox (#37 Scruggs), 4. Dave Feese (#69 McClure), 5. Andy Hillenburg (#85 McMahon), 6. Brent Kaeding (#96 Miller), 7. Steve Butler (#10 Jarrett), 8. Johnny Parsons (#20 Niebel), 9. Steve Chassey (#8 Vance), 10. Ed Lynch Jr. (#94 Truchan), 11. Warren Mockler (#75 Mitchell), 12. Wayne Hammond (#88 Nowling), 13. Perry Ferrell (#91 Ferrell), 14. Greg Staab (#44 SMS), 15. Kevin Whitesides (#47 Whitesides), 16. Jim McElreath (#23 McElreath), 17. Jerry Nemire (#98 Lesko), 18. Jeff Schrum (#83 Chapin), 19. Manny Rockhold (#17 Rockhold), 20. Ray Kenens Jr. (#99 Faurote), 21. Rick Sipes (#80 Sipes), 22. Tony Elliott (#51 GCQ), 23. Randy Bateman (#55 Bateman), 24. Bill Kojis (#34 Gunderson). NT

SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Eric Gordon (#81 Gordon), 2. Rich Vogler (#16 Wilke), 3. Jack Hewitt (#63 Hampshire), 4. Brian Tyler (#25 MBC), 5. George Snider (#11 Snider-Foyt), 6. Wally Pankratz (#56 Gohr), 7. Chip Thomas (#24 Thomas), 8. Jimmy Sills (#54 Consani), 9. Chuck Gurney (#30 Kurtz), 10. Larry Rice (#5 LeFevre), 11. Gary Irvin (#48 Shorthorn), 12. Danny Milburn (#27 Milburn), 13. Ron Dunstan (#42 Tomasits), 14. Russ Gamester (#9 Hoerner), 15. Jim Mahoney (#50 Aviators), 16. Bob Cicconi (#3 Leyba), 17. Tom Bigelow (#14 Smith), 18. Lyn McIntosh (#74 MRS), 19. Terry Babb (#64 Babb), 20. Jerry Russell (#79 McQuinn) 21. Rusty McClure (#18 Conroy), 22. Jeff Gordon (#35 Ede), 23. Blake Hollingsworth (#93 Henning). 8:24.80

SEMI: (15 laps, top-6 transfer to the feature) 1. Ron Dunstan, 2. Bob Cicconi, 3. Russ Gamester, 4. Perry Ferrell, 5. Jim Mahoney, 6. Tony Elliott, 7. Jim McElreath, 8. Manny Rockhold, 9. Greg Staab, 10. Lyn McIntosh, 11. Jerry Nemire, 12. Tom Bigelow, 13. Randy Bateman, 14. Jim Whitesides, 15. Bill Kojis, 16. Blake Hollingsworth, 17. Jeff Gordon. 8:32.20

ALSO AT THE TRACK: Gary Bettenhausen (#12 Delrose-Holt), Larry Hoppes (#22 Hoppes), Ray Joe Fager (#32 Fager), Donnie Beechler (#46 Egan), Wayne Woodward (#49 Woodward) & Richard Woodward (#71 Woodward).

FEATURE: (60 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Jack Hewitt (6), 2. Rich Vogler (4), 3. Brent Kaeding (11), 4. Walt Kennedy (3), 5. Jimmy Sills (16), 6. Stan Fox (5), 7. Warren Mockler (21), 8. Larry Rice (20), 9. Danny Milburn (24), 10. Chip Thomas (14), 11. Wally Pankratz (12), 12. Ron Dunstan (25), 13. Tony Elliott (30), 14. Ed Lynch Jr. (19), 15. Perry Ferrell (28), 16. Jim Mahoney (29), 17. Wayne Hammond (23), 18. Eric Gordon (2), 19. Gary Hieber (1), 20. Johnny Parsons (15), 21. Russ Gamester (27), 22. George Snider (10), 23. Steve Chassey (17), 24. Dave Feese (7), 25. Chuck Gurney (18), 26. Brian Tyler (8), 27. Steve Butler (13), 28. Gary Irvin (22), 29. Bob Cicconi (26), 30. Andy Hillenburg (9). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-45 Eric Gordon, Laps 46-60 Jack Hewitt.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jack Hewitt-120; 2-Rich Vogler-99; 3-Brent Kaeding-86; 4-Bob Frey-80; 5-Walt Kennedy-77; 6-Bob Cicconi-71; 7-George Snider-62; 8-Jimmy Sills-61; 9-Jeff Gordon-50; 10-Dave Feese-42.





Sacramento, California………Jimmy Sills of Placerville, Calif. is the new leader in the Valvoline USAC Silver Crown series after his stunning victory in the Golden State 100 at the Cal Expo State Fairgrounds in Sacramento, Calif. on June 3.

Sills won the pole then led the first nine miles before yielding to Rich Vogler.  Rich led through lap 72, then clipped a concrete barrier and was forced to pit, returning to finish 10th.

Sills led the final 28 miles for his first USAC triumph in the Pioneer Concrete Special, averaging 91.954 mph.

The Sacramento race was stopped on the opening lap by a five-car accident in turn three.  Gary Bettenhausen and Steve Butler both flipped during the melee and Bettenhausen suffered burns on his wrists and several broken ribs.  Butler was also taken for x-rays but was released from the hospital.

Sills earned $10,000 from the total Sacramento purse of $63,000.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: June 3, 1990 – Sacramento, California – Cal Expo State Fairgrounds – Golden State 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-14 locked into the feature) 1. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-33.104; 2. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-33.294; 3. Johnny Parsons, 20, Nolen-33.333; 4. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-33.458; 5. Brent Kaeding, 96, Miller-33.558; 6. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-33.758; 7. Ron Shuman, 6, Snow-33.762; 8. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-3.822; 9. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-33.893; 10. Darryl Haugh, 25, Haugh-33.905; 11. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-33.955; 12. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-34.056; 13. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-34.306; 14. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-34.350; 15. Stan Fox, 37, 5cruggs-34.566; 16. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-34.627; 17. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-34.959; 18. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-35.116; 19. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-35.143; 20. Jack Hewitt, 15, Countryman-35.147; 21. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-35.348; 22. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-35.393; 23. Dave Burns, 28, Burns-35.466; 24. Jim Moughan, 43, Marcello-35.621; 25. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-35.700; 26. Mike Bliss, 85, Bliss-36.036; 27. Steve Butler, 65, Neilson-36.097; 28. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-36.106; 29. Mike McCreary, 82, McCreary-36.428; 30. Ray Kenens Jr., 99, Faurote-36.451; 31. Bobby McMahan, 62, McMahan-36.454; 32. Frank McDaniel, 77, Pritchett-36.644; 33. Bob Davison, 41, Wheeler-37.065; 34. Anthony Simone, 10, Simone-37.623; 35. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-NT

QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Eric Gordon, 2. Jim Mahoney, 3. Stan Fox, 4. Danny Milburn, 5. Jim McElreath, 6. Chip Thomas, 7. Randy Bateman, 8. Kevin Whitesides, 9. Dave Burns, 10. Steve Butler, 11. Jim Moughan, 12. Ray Kenens Jr., 13. Bob Davison, 14. Frank McDaniel, 15. Anthony Simone, 16. Mike McCreary, 17. Jack Hewitt, 18. Bobby McMahan, 19. Ron Dunstan, 20. Mike Bliss. 5:47.77

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Jimmy Sills (1), 2. Chuck Gurney (8), 3. Jeff Gordon (9), 4. Jim Mahoney (16), 5. Darryl Haugh (10), 6. Chip Thomas (20), 7. Andy Hillenburg (6), 8. Brent Kaeding (5), 9. Kevin Whitesides (22), 10. Rich Vogler (2), 11. Jim McElreath (19), 12. Walt Kennedy (4), 13. George Snider (14), 14. Danny Milburn (18), 15. Johnny Parsons (3), 16. Dave Feese (11), 17. Wally Pankratz (13), 18. Eric Gordon (15), 19. Ron Shuman (7), 20. Gary Bettenhausen (12), 21. Stan Fox (17), 22. Randy Bateman (21), 23. Dave Burns (23), 24. Steve Butler (24). 1:05:15.00

**Gary Bettenhausen and Steve Butler flipped on lap 1 of the feature. Bettenhausen suffered burns on his wrists and some broken ribs.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-9 Jimmy Sills, Laps 10-72 Rich Vogler, Laps 73-100 Jimmy Sills.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jimmy Sills-261; 2-Jeff Gordon-190; 3-Chuck Gurney-164; 4-Brent Kaeding-136; 5-Rich Vogler-129; 6-Jim Mahoney-129; 7-Jack Hewitt-120; 8-Darryl Haugh-110; 9-Chip Thomas-98; 10-Andy Hillenburg-91.





Clermont, Indiana………George Snider of Bakersfield, Calif., starting 16th in the 24-car field, came through the pack to take the lead from Eric Gordon on the 90th lap and went on to win the Pepsi-Cola 100 June 30 at Indianapolis Raceway Park,

The victory in the Skoal Classic Racing Special boosted him to third in the 1990 Valvoline USAC Silver Crown series point standings.

George finished second to Jack Hewitt in the 25-lap Jonathan Byrd’s Cafeteria Qualifying Race but caught Gordon in traffic and led the final 11 circuits.  Gordon, who had led the first 89 laps of the race, ended up third behind runner-up Ken Schrader.

Only one yellow flag interrupted the 100-lap contest, when Tony Elliott, Manny Rockhold and Bentley Warren (subbing for the injured Gary Bettenhausen) tangled and crashed in turn three on lap 10.

Jimmy Sills held onto the series point lead despite a 17th place finish in the 100-lapper.  Jeff Gordon, who was sixth at IRP, trails him but 18 points.

Warren Mockler was the fastest qualifier for the race at 117.070 mph but wound up 12th in the main event.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: June 30, 1990 – Clermont, Indiana – Indianapolis Raceway Park – Pepsi-Cola 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-14 locked into the feature) 1. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-21.095; 2. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-21.107; 3. Brent Kaeding, 96, Miller- 21.156; 4. Stan Fox, 37, Scruggs-21.258; 5. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-21.366; 6. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-21.430; 7. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-21.461; 8. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-21.476; 9. Davey Hamilton, 69, McClure-21.500;  10. Bob Frey, 20, Nolen-21.551; 11. Ken Schrader, 29, Seymour-21.565; 12. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-21.610; 13. Chuck Gurney, 48, Shorthorn-21.623; 14. Roy Caruthers, 7, Leader Card-21.692; 15. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-21.701; 16. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-21.715; 17. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-21.845; 18. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-21.849; 19. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-21.877; 20. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-21.885; 21. Tray House, 31, Mataka-21.910; 22. Tony Elliott, 51, GCQ-21.951; 23. Jeff Bloom, 5, LeFevre-22.074; 24. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-22.085; 25. Blake Hollingsworth, 93, Henning-22.097; 28. Manny Rockhold, 17, Automotive Machine-22.117; 27. Rusty McClure, 18, Conroy-22.122; 26. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-22.177; 29. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-22.223; 30. Ed Lynch Jr., 94, Truchan-22.333; 31. Bentley Warren, 12, Delrose/Holt-22.372; 32. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-22.737; 33. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-22.668; 34. Lyn McIntosh, 74, MRS-23.206; 35. Perry Ferrell, 91, Ferrell-23.408; 36. Brian Tyler, 25, MBC-23.752; 37. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-24.141; 36. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-NT; 39. Brent Whited, 60, Whited-NT.

JONATHAN BYRD'S CAFETERIA QUALIFYING RACE: (25 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Jack Hewitt, 2. George Snider, 3. Andy Hillenburg, 4. Jimmy Sills, 5. Steve Butler, 6. Tray House, 7. Gary Hieber, 8. Tony Elliott, 9. Rusty McClure, 10. Manny Rockhold, 11. Danny Milburn, 12. Greg Staab, 13. Lyn McIntosh, 14. Ed Lynch Jr., 15. Brian Tyler, 16. Kevin Whitesides, 17. Blake Hollingsworth, 18. Perry Ferrell, 19. Jerry Nemire, 20. Jeff Bloom, 21. Bentley Warren. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. George Snider (16), 2. Ken Schrader (11), 3. Eric Gordon (2), 4. Bob Frey (10), 5. Brent Kaeding (3), 6. Jeff Gordon (6), 7. Jack Hewitt (15), 8. Davey Hamilton (9), 9. Wally Pankratz (7), 10. Andy Hillenburg (17), 11. Bob Cicconi (5), 12. Warren Mockler (1), 13. Chuck Gurney (13), 14. Roy Caruthers (14), 15. Rusty McClure (23), 16. Wayne Hammond (12), 17. Jimmy Sills (18), 18. Steve Butler (19), 19. Tray House (20), 20. Gary Hieber (21), 21. Rich Vogler (8), 22. Stan Fox (4), 23. Tony Elliott (22), 24. Bentley Warren (25), 25. Manny Rockhold (24). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-89 Eric Gordon, Laps 90-100 George Snider.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jimmy Sills-264; 2-Jeff Gordon-248; 3-George Snider-207; 4-Brent Kaeding-208; 5-Chuck Gurney-168; 6-Bob Frey-164; 7-Jack Hewitt-162; 8-Rich Vogler-131; 9-Eric Gordon-124; 10-Jim Mahoney-123.





Indianapolis, Indiana………Gary Hieber, from the storied racing community of Langhorne, Pa., scored one of the biggest upsets in Hoosier Hundred history on August 11 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, driving his Bucks County International Special to victory in the $61,000 Valvoline USAC Silver Crown race at the one-mile dirt track.

Andy Hillenburg of Indianapolis, Ind. appeared headed for a $22,000 payday as he led the first 96 laps of the race, but a worn right rear tire finally shredded and cost him the victory.  A similar fate kept him from victory lane at Springfield two years earlier in 1988.  He eventually finished 14th in the Hoosier Hundred, limping to the finish line one lap behind the winner but stealing the crowd’s ovation at the checkered flag.  Lap prize money helped boost his 14th place prize, however, to a whopping $10,387.

Silver Crown point leader Jimmy Sills finished second to Hieber and holds a 78-point lead over Jeff Gordon in the new standings.  Gordon was fifth in the 100-miler behind third-place Wally Pankratz and fourth-place George Snider.

Jeff Swindell won the pole position at 109.479 mph but lost the lead at the end of the first lap to Hillenburg.  Swindell retired with mechanical problems 17 laps from the finish.  Defending race winner Jack Hewitt, defending series champion Chuck Gurney and former race winner Larry Rice were all involved in a five-car first-lap tangle and only Hewitt was able to restart.  Sixteen laps later, Hewitt spun and suffered minor burns when his car caught fire.

Despite being a front-runner several times in his 44 previous Silver Crown starts, the victory was Hieber’s first top-five finish in the series and boosted him to fifth in the new point standings.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: August 11, 1990 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana State Fairgrounds – Hoosier Hundred

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Jeff Swindell, 12, Delrose/Holt-32.883; 2. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-33.054; 3. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-33.190; 4. Stan Fox, 37, Scruggs-33.209; 5. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-33.276; 6. Rusty McClure, 18, Conroy-33.310; 7. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-33.330; 8. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-33.384; 9. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-33.408; 10. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-33.418; 11. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-33.436; 12. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-33.463; 13. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-33.470; 14. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-33.527; 15. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-33.629; 16. Johnny Parsons, 20, Nolen-33.659; 17. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-33.663; 18. Brian Tyler, 25, MBC-33.683; 19. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-33.699; 20. Rick Hood, 16, Wilke-33.832; 21. Rocky Hodges, 88, Nowling-33.841; 22. Mark Alderson, 73, Dickson/Britton-33.946; 23. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-33.997; 24. Jerry Russell, 39, McQuinn/Tapocik-34.022; 25. Tony Elliott, 94, Truchan-34.061; 26. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-34.088; 27. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-34.099; 28. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-34.157; 29. Blake Hollingsworth, 93, Henning-34.181; 30. Dave Darland, 99, Faurote-34.186; 31. Kevin Thomas, 84, Pedersen-34.292; 32. Tom Bigelow, 14, Smith-34.294; 33. Roy Caruthers, 7, Leader Card-34.365; 34. Tray House, 31, Mataka-34.406; 35. Perry Ferrell, 91, Ferrell-34.429; 36. Dave Burns, 28, Burns-34.562; 37. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-34.618; 38. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-34.683; 39. Red Stauffer, 2, Luscomb-34.957; 40. Jac Haudenschild, 97, Lesko-35.030; 41. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-35.136; 42. Frank McDaniel, 77, Pritchett-35.185; 43. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-35.371; 44. Larry Hoppes, 22, Hoppes-35.655; 45. Robbie Stanley, 74, MRS-36.069; 46. Bill Kojis, 34, Gunderson-36.337; 47. Wayne Woodward, 71, Woodward-36.456; 48. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-36.679; 49. Pepi Marchese, 95, Truchan-37.125; 50. Terry Babb, 64, Babb-37.648; 51. Richard Woodward, 49, Woodward-45.730; 52. Brent Kaeding, 96, Miller-NT; 53. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-NT; 54. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-NT; 55. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-NT.

FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Larry Rice, 2. Rocky Hodges, 3. Blake Hollingsworth, 4. Brent Kaeding, 5. Roy Caruthers, 6. Dave Feese, 7. Kevin Thomas, 8. Pepi Marchese, 9. Red Stauffer, 10. Wayne Woodward, 11. Greg Staab, 12. Perry Ferrell, 13. Tony Elliott, 14. Kevin Whitesides, 15. Robbie Stanley. NT

SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Mark Alderson, 2. Jerry Russell, 3. Jerry Nemire, 4. Dave Burns, 5. Tray House, 6. Bill Kojis, 7. Dave Darland, 8. Tom Bigelow, 9. Jac Haudenschild, 10. Larry Hoppes, 11. Frank McDaniel, 12. Richard Woodward. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Gary Hieber (9), 2. Jimmy Sills (5), 3. Wally Pankratz (12), 4. George Snider (7), 5. Jeff Gordon (17), 6. Mark Alderson (22), 7. Eric Gordon (10), 8. Danny Milburn (2), 9. Walt Kennedy (13), 10. Tray House (30), 11. Jerry Nemire (26), 12. Rocky Hodges (23), 13. Roy Caruthers (29), 14. Andy Hillenburg (3), 15. Rick Hood (20), 16. Jeff Swindell (1), 17. Brent Kaeding (27), 18. Steve Butler (11), 19. Stan Fox (4), 20. Rusty McClure (6), 21. Warren Mockler (8), 22. Johnny Parsons (16), 23. Jack Hewitt (14), 24. Blake Hollingsworth (25), 25. Brian Tyler (18), 26. Jerry Russell (24), 27. Chuck Gurney (15), 28. Bob Cicconi (19), 29. Larry Rice (21), 30. Dave Burns (28). NT

**Perry Ferrell flipped during the first qualifying race.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-96 Andy Hillenburg, Laps 97-100 Gary Hieber.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jimmy Sills-424; 2-Jeff Gordon-346; 3-George Snider-327; 4-Brent Kaeding-210; 5-Gary Hieber-205; 6-Wally Pankratz-187; 7-Eric Gordon-134; 8-Chuck Gurney-170; 9-Jack Hewitt-165; 10-Bob Frey-164.





Springfield, Illinois………Chuck Gurney led all 100 miles of the Tony Bettenhausen 100 on August 18 in the Plastic Express/George Middleton machine to score an impressive victory at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield.

The win propelled Gurney to fourth in the 1990 Valvoline USAC Silver Crown series standings.

Gurney started on the pole and dominated the race, with Eric Gordon and George Snider taking second and third, respectively.

Snider’s finish pushed him past Jimmy Sills into the series point lead by three points.  Sills finished ninth in the 100-miler.  Jeff Gordon took sixth in the Springfield race and ranks third in the series points as a result.

Gurney averaged 102.848 mph for the 100-mile contest which was slowed by only one caution flag when front row starter Jerry Russell stalled.

Russ Gamester captured the 15-mile qualifying race and finished 14th in the main event.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE RESULTS: August 18, 1990 -- Springfield, Illinois – Illinois State Fairgrounds -- Tony Bettenhausen 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-32.457; 2. Jerry Russell, 39, McQuinn/Tapocik-32.565; 3. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-32.616; 4. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-32.783; 5. Stan Fox, 37, Scruggs-32.806; 6. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-32.817; 7. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-32.833; 8. Jeff Swindell, 12, Delrose/Holt-33.006; 9. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-33.018; 10. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-33.027; 11. Tray House, 31, Mataka-33.134; 12. Kevin Olson, 16, Wilke-33.162; 13. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-33.164; 14. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-33.206; 15. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-33.211; 16. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-33.240; 17. Johnny Parsons, 20, Nolen-33.246; 18. Tony Elliott, 94, Truchan-33.259; 19. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-33.331; 20. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-33.390; 21. Russ Gamester, 9, Hoerner-33.396; 22. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-33.396; 23. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-33.468; 24. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-33.521; 25. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-33.624; 26. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-33.817; 27. Robbie Stanley, 74, MRS-33.895; 28. Mark Alderson, 73, Dickson/Britton-33.957; 29. Rusty McClure, 18, Conroy-33.995; 30. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-34.020; 31. Bill Kojis, 34, Gunderson-34.170; 32. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-34.262; 33. Dave Burns, 28, Burns-34.357; 34. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-34.487; 35. Frank McDaniel, 77, Pritchett-34.564; 36. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-34.587; 37. Bob Cicconi, 14, Smith-34.827; 38. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-34.985; 39. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-35.058; 40. Larry Hoppes, 22, Hoppes-35.443; 41. Terry Babb, 64, Babb-NT; 42. Donnie Beechler, 46, Egan-NT; 43. Rocky Hodges, 88, Nowling-NT; 44. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Russ Gamester, 2. Jeff Gordon, 3. Warren Mockler, 4. Jim Mahoney, 5. Jerry Nemire, 6. Mark Alderson, 7. Dave Feese, 8. Robbie Stanley, 9. Rusty McClure, 10. Danny Milburn, 11. Bill Kojis, 12. Bob Cicconi, 13. Kevin Whitesides, 14. Randy Bateman, 15. Dave Burns, 16. Ron Dunstan, 17. Frank McDaniel, 18. Ray Joe Fager, 19. Larry Hoppes. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Chuck Gurney (1), 2. Eric Gordon (7), 3. George Snider (16), 4. Jeff Swindell (8), 5. Johnny Parsons (17), 6. Jeff Gordon (22), 7. Gary Hieber (4), 8. Wally Pankratz (6), 9. Jimmy Sills (19), 10. Mark Alderson (26), 11. Warren Mockler (23), 12. Tray House (11), 13. Chip Thomas (10), 14. Russ Gamester (21), 15. Robbie Stanley (28), 16. Walt Kennedy (14), 17. Rusty McClure (29), 18. Kevin Olson (12), 19. Jerry Nemire (25), 20. Jim McElreath (15), 21. Jack Hewitt (20), 22. Danny Milburn (30), 23. Jerry Russell (2), 24. Dave Feese (27), 25. Andy Hillenburg (9), 26. Steve Butler (13), 27. Tony Elliott (18), 28. Jim Mahoney (24), 29. Gary Irvin (3), 30. Stan Fox (5). 58:20.31

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-100 Chuck Gurney.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-George Snider-467; 2-Jimmy Sills-464; 3-Jeff Gordon-426; 4-Chuck Gurney-370; 5-Eric Gordon-344; 6-Gary Hieber-265; 7-Wally Pankratz-237; 8-Brent Kaeding-210; 9-Jack Hewitt-168; 10-Bob Frey-164.





Du Quoin, Illinois………Jeff Swindell drove the Terre Haute First National Bank Special to victory at Du Quoin, taking the lead when Johnny Parsons’ car broke a drive line.  Parsons had led most of the race before encountering his misfortune.

Chuck Gurney was runner-up to Swindell at Du Quoin after leading 22 laps during the early stages of the race.

Mark Alderson won the pole for the race and finished seventh.

Jeff Gordon and George Snider escaped injury in separate red flag incidents.

Point leader Jimmy Sills finished third and regained the series point lead from George Snider.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: September 3, 1990 – Du Quoin, Illinois – Du Quoin State Fairgrounds – Du Quoin Century

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Mark Alderson, 73, Dickson/Britton-31.632; 2. Jeff Swindell, 12, Delrose/Holt-31.837; 3. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-32.047; 4. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-32.224; 5. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-32.250; 6. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-32.280; 7. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-32.288; 8. Stan Fox, 37, Scruggs-32.370; 9. Johnny Parsons, 20, Nolen-32.423; 10. Rusty McClure, 18, Conroy-32.436; 11. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-32.517; 12. Jerry Russell, 39, McQuinn/Tapocik-32.564; 13. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-32.619; 14. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-32.722; 15. Steve Chassey, 8, Vance-32.799; 16. Tom Bigelow, 14, Smith-32.805; 17. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-32.817; 18. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-32.823; 19. Bill Kojis, 34, Gunderson-32.841; 20. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-32.938; 21. Russ Gamester, 9, Hoerner-33.004; 22. Tray House, 31, Mataka-33.026; 23. Stevie Reeves, 16, Wilke-33.078; 24. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-33.113; 25. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-33.130; 26. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-33.147; 27. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-33.149; 28. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-33.299; 29. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-33.320; 30. Rick Hood, 88, Nowling-33.332; 31. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-33.378; 32. Dave Darland, 99, Faurote-33.410; 33. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-33.550; 34. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-33.588; 35. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-33.604; 36. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-33.650; 37. Tony Elliott, 50, Aviators-33.706; 38. Robbie Stanley, 74, MRS-34.135; 39. Jim McElreath, 58, Gohr-34.526; 40. Perry Tripp, 46, Egan-35.062; 41. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Eager-NT; 42. Blake Hollingsworth, 93, Henning-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Dave Feese, 2. Larry Rice, 3. Stevie Reeves, 4. Jack Hewitt, 5. Andy Hillenburg, 6. Danny Milburn, 7. Rick Hood, 8. Greg Staab, 9. Russ Gamester, 10. Chip Thomas, 11. Kevin Whitesides, 12. Jerry Nemire, 13. Dave Darland, 14. Tony Elliott, 15. Steve Butler, 16. Randy Bateman, 17. Tray House, 18. Robbie Stanley. NT

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Jeff Swindell (2), 2. Chuck Gurney (3), 3. Jimmy Sills (14), 4. Andy Hillenburg (25), 5. Jerry Russell (12), 6. Stevie Reeves (23), 7. Mark Alderson (1), 8. Dave Feese (21), 9. Eric Gordon (7), 10. Tom Bigelow (16), 11. Warren Mockler (13), 12. Danny Milburn (26), 13. Walt Kennedy (18), 14. Bill Kojis (19), 15. Gary Irvin (11), 16. Johnny Parsons (9), 17. Kevin Whitesides (31), 18. Jerry Nemire (32), 19. Rick Hood (27), 20. Jack Hewitt (24), 21. Ron Dunstan (20), 22. Chip Thomas (30), 23. Rusty McClure (10), 24. Larry Rice (22), 25. Stan Fox (8), 26. Greg Staab (28), 27. Wally Pankratz (6), 28. George Snider (17), 29. Gary Hieber (4), 30. Jeff Gordon (5), 31. Russ Gamester (29), 32. Steve Chassey (15). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Lap 1 Mark Alderson, Laps 2-23 Chuck Gurney, Laps 24-92 Johnny Parsons, Laps 93-100 Jeff Swindell.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jimmy Sills-604; 2-Chuck Gurney-530; 3-George Snider-469; 4-Jeff Gordon-427; 5-Eric Gordon-384; 6-Jeff Swindell-325; 7-Gary Hieber-266; 8-Wally Pankratz & Andy Hillenburg-239; 10-Brent Kaeding-210.





West Allis, Wisconsin………Eric Gordon’s first career Valvoline USAC Silver Crown victory in the September 8 Miller Genuine Draft 100 at the Milwaukee Mile thrust him into contention for the 1990 series championship.

Gordon, in his Epperson & Lester/All-Pro Cylinder Special, took the lead from Dave Blaney three miles from the finish as Blaney’s machine ran short on fuel.

Stan Fox came from 12th starting spot to finish second behind Gordon.  Only two caution flags slowed the 100-mile event.

Pole winner and series point leader Jimmy Sills dropped out of the race with suspension problems 12 miles from the checkered flag and finished 16th.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: September 8, 1990 – West Allis, Wisconsin – Milwaukee Mile – Miller Genuine Draft 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-29.405; 2. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-29.603; 3. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-29.692; 4. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-29.722; 5. Dave Blaney, 29, Seymour-29.730; 6. Johnny Parsons, 16, Wilke-29.789; 7. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-29.802; 8. Mark Alderson, 73, Dickson/Britton-29.922; 9. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-29.970; 10. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-29.979; 11. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-30.066; 12. Stan Fox, 37, Scruggs-30.072; 13. Chip Thomas, 24, Thomas-30.110; 14. Larry Rice, 20, Nolen-30.115; 15. Bruce Field, 12, Delrose/Holt-30.217; 16. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-30.268; 17. Kevin Whitesides, 47, Whitesides-30.428; 18. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-30.431; 19. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-30.436; 20. Tray House, 31, Mataka-30.502; 21. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-30.549; 22. Bill Kojis, 34, Gunderson-30.723; 23. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-30.759; 24. Tony Elliott, 50, Aviators-30.941; 25. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-30.987; 26. Jeff Bloom, 95, Truchan-31.149; 27. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-31.469; 28. Larry Hoppes, 22, Hoppes-31.930; 29. Bryan Whited, 60, Whited-34.952.

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-9 transfer to the feature) 1. Danny Milburn, 2. Walt Kennedy, 3. Steve Butler, 4. Jeff Bloom, 5. Bill Kojis, 6. Tony Elliott, 7. Larry Hoppes, 8. Greg Staab, 9. Bryan Whited. 7:49.56

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Eric Gordon (7), 2. Stan Fox (12), 3. Tray House (20), 4. Dave Blaney (5), 5. Gary Irvin (11), 6. Gary Hieber (19), 7. Dave Feese (18), 8. Danny Milburn (21), 9. Wally Pankratz (10), 10. Larry Rice (14), 11. Bob Cicconi (16), 12. Jeff Gordon (3), 13. Andy Hillenburg (4), 14. Mark Alderson (8), 15. Greg Staab (28), 16. Jimmy Sills (1), 17. Tony Elliott (26), 18. George Snider (9), 19. Bill Kojis (25), 20. Bruce Field (15), 21. Kevin Whitesides (17), 22. Johnny Parsons (6), 23. Walt Kennedy (22), 24. Steve Butler (23), 25. Larry Hoppes (27), 26. Chip Thomas (13), 27. Jeff Bloom (24), 28. Chuck Gurney (2), 29. Bryan Whited (29). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-45 Jimmy Sills, Laps 46-55 Eric Gordon, Laps 56-66 Jimmy Sills, Laps 67-79 Eric Gordon, Laps 80-97 Dave Blaney, Laps 98-100 Eric Gordon.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Jimmy Sills-609; 2-Eric Gordon-584; 3-Chuck Gurney-532; 4-George Snider-473; 5-Jeff Gordon-437; 6-Gary Hieber-346; 7-Jeff Swindell-325; 8-Wally Pankratz-279; 9-Andy Hillenburg-244; 10-Stan Fox-220.





Rossburg, Ohio………Steve Butler finally cracked the Valvoline USAC Silver Crown championship winner’s circle after 49 tries on September 30 at Eldora Speedway, picking up the $10,000 4-Crown National first-place prize for himself and his Kenny Jarrett Farms team.

Jimmy Sills of Placerville, Calif., who started on the pole, was involved in an altercation at the start, and after repairs, joined the race but finished 23rd.

However, Sills was able to lock up the series championship as Eric Gordon, the runner-up in points, needed to finish fourth to claim the crown but was seventh at the checkered flag.  Sills emerged with an 11-point final margin in the standings for his first USAC championship.

Butler dueled with Jack Hewitt nearly the entire distance, finally taking the lead for the last time on the 46th of the 50-lap event.  Hewitt ended up second, with Chuck Gurney third.

The 4-Crown features were postponed by rain on September 23 and again on September 29.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: September 22 & 30, 1990 – Rossburg, Ohio – Eldora Speedway – 4-Crown Nationals

QUALIFYING: (Top-12 locked into the feature) 1. Jimmy Sills, 54, Consani-17.615; 2. Steve Butler, 10, Jarrett-18.046; 3. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-18.127; 4. Tom Bigelow, 27, Milburn-18.215; 5. Stan Fox, 85, McMahon-18.288; 6. Chuck Gurney, 29, Seymour-18.295; 7. Eric Gordon, 81, Gordon-18.384; 8. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-18.389; 9. Stevie Reeves, 16, Wilke-18.463; 10. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-18.437; 11. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-18.459; 12. Wally Pankratz, 56, Gohr-18.553; 13. Greg Staab, 44, SMS-18.575; 14. Dave Darland, 99, Faurote-18.577; 15. Jeff Gordon, 35, Ede-18.606; 16. Brian Tyler, 25, MBC-18.629; 17. Jeff Swindell, 12, Delrose/Holt-18.647; 18. Johnny Parsons, 20, Nolen-18.790; 19. Mark Alderson, 84, Pedersen-18.802; 20. Rusty McClure, 18, Conroy-18.886; 21. Tray House, 31, Mataka-18.991; 22. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-19.053; 23. Jerry Russell, 39, McQuinn/Tapocik-19.115; 24. Robbie Stanley, 74, MRS-19.129; 25. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-19.196; 26. Bill Kojis, 34, Gunderson-19.304; 27. Randy Roberts, 19, Conklin-19.383; 28. Randy Bateman, 55, Bateman-19.459; 29. Joe Melnick, 88, Nowling-19.463; 30. Ron Dunstan, 42, Tomasits-19.463; 31. Brent Whited, 60, Whited-NT.

TRUE VALUE MASTER MECHANIC TOOLS QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Jeff Gordon, 2. Johnny Parsons, 3. Dave Darland, 4. Greg Staab, 5. Brian Tyler, 6. Mark Alderson, 7. Jeff Swindell, 8. Rusty McClure, 9. Tray House, 10. Jerry Russell, 11. Bob Cicconi, 12. Robbie Stanley, 13. Joe Melnick, 14. Bill Kojis, 15. Randy Bateman, 16. Jerry Nemire, 17. Randy Roberts, 18. Ron Dunstan. 4:45.30

FEATURE: (50 laps, starting positions in parentheses) 1. Steve Butler (2), 2. Jack Hewitt (3), 3. Chuck Gurney (4), 4. Larry Rice (6), 5. Johnny Parsons (12), 6. Stan Fox (5), 7. Eric Gordon (7), 8. Dave Darland (13), 9. Danny Smith (#44) (22), 10. Mark Alderson (14), 11. Brian Tyler (15), 12. Tray House (17), 13. Danny Milburn (#27) (20), 14. Robbie Stanley (18), 15. Jerry Russell (16), 16. Ron Dunstan (23), 17. Wally Pankratz (10), 18. Bob Cicconi (19), 19. Gary Irvin (11), 20. Jerry Nemire (21), 21. Stevie Reeves (9), 22. George Snider (8), 23. Jimmy Sills (1). 16:30.53

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-12 Steve Butler, Laps 13-38 Jack Hewitt, Laps 39-44 Steve Butler, Lap 45 Jack Hewitt, Laps 46-50 Steve Butler.





1. (610) Jimmy Sills, Placerville, Calif.

2. (599) Eric Gordon, Greenfield, Ind.

3. (567) Chuck Gurney, Livermore, Calif.

4. (474) George Snider, Bakersfield, Calif.

5. (437) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind.

6. (346) Gary Hieber, Langhorne, Pa.

7. (325) Jeff Swindell, Memphis, Tenn.

8. (280) Wally Pankratz, Orange, Calif.

9. (244) Andy Hillenburg, Indianapolis, Ind.

10. (240) Stan Fox, Janesville, Wisc.

11. (212) Jack Hewitt, Troy, Ohio

12. (210) Brent Kaeding, Campbell, Calif.

13. (185) Mark Alderson, Timberlake, S.D.

14. (164) Bob Frey, Elyria, Ohio

15. (160) Dave Feese, Saybrook, Ill.

16. (158) Danny Milburn, Indianapolis, Ind.

17. (153) Tray House, Anderson, Ind.

18. (143) Johnny Parsons, Indianapolis, Ind.

19. (140) Walt Kennedy, Upland, Calif.

20. (131) Rich Vogler, Glen Ellyn, Ill.

21. (125) Jim Mahoney, Peru, Ill.

22. (110) Darryl Haugh, Fresno, Calif.

23. (108) Chip Thomas, Belleville, Ill.

24. (108) Bob Cicconi, Prospect Park, Pa.

25. (108) Gary Irvin, West Lafayette, Ind.

26. (106) Jerry Russell, Springfield, Ill.

27. (94) Larry Rice, Brownsburg, Ind.

28. (86) Warren Mockler, Westfield, Ind.

29. (81) Stevie Reeves, Indianapolis, Ind.

30. (67) Steve Butler, Kokomo, Ind.

31. (43) Kevin Whitesides, Columbia, Mo.

32. (30) Tom Bigelow, Whitewater, Wisc.

33. (25) Mike Bliss, Milwaukie, Ore.

34. (25) Jerry Nemire, Toledo, Ohio

35. (24) Jim McElreath, Arlington, Texas

36. (15) Rusty McClure, Ashland, Ohio

37. (13) Dave Darland, Lincoln, Ind.

38. (12) Tony Elliott, Warsaw, Ind.

39. (11) Ron Dunstan, Ruchsville, Pa.

40. (9) Roy Caruthers, Indianapolis, Ind.

41. (9) Greg Staab, Cincinnati, Ohio

42. (9) Bill Kojis, Milwaukee, Wisc.

43. (8) Wayne Hammond, Tampa, Fla.

44. (8) Russ Gamester, Peru, Ind.

45. (7) Brian Tyler, Parma, Mich.

46. (6) Gary Bettenhausen, Monrovia, Ind.

47. (6) Robbie Stanley, Brownsburg, Ind.

48. (4) Dave Burns, Casa Grande, Ariz.

49. (4) Bruce Field, Lockport, Ill.

50. (3) Perry Ferrell, Memphis, Tenn.

51. (3) Randy Bateman, Murphysboro, Ill.

52. (3) Blake Hollingsworth, Indianapolis, Ind.

53. (3) Steve Chassey, Clermont, Ind.

54. (2) Frank McDaniel, Phoenix, Ariz.

55. (2) Gary Griffith, Sandusky, Ohio

56. (2) Larry Hoppes, Anderson, Ind.

57. (1) Lealand McSpadden, Tempe, Ariz.

58. (1) Manny Rockhold, Pekin, Ill.



1. (610) Bob Consani, Santa Rosa, Calif. (#54)

2. (599) Eric Gordon, Greenfield, Ind. (#81)

3. (525) Transportation Computer Systems, Ontario, Calif. (#30)

4. (474) Snider-Foyt Racing, Houston, Texas (#11)

5. (437) Fred Ede, Fresno, Calif. (#35)

6. (367) Louis Seymour, Marlboro, Mass. (#29)

7. (346) E.W.H. Service, Langhorne, Pa. (#66)

8. (335) Delrose-Holt Racing, Joliet, Ill. (#12)

9. (334) Gene Nolen, Greenwood, Ind. (#20)

10. (280) Gohr Distributing, Buffalo, N.Y. (#56)

11. (264) Ron McMahon, Flushing, Mich. (#85)

12. (222) Charlie Scruggs, Kokomo, Ind. (#37)

13. (221) Mark Wilke, Milwaukee, Wisc. (#16)

14. (212) Bob Hampshire, Findlay, Ohio (#63)

15. (210) Robert Miller, Los Gatos, Calif. (#96)

16. (195) Del McClure, Portland, Ore. (#69)

17. (186) William Mataka, Lebanon, N.J. (#31)

18. (175) Max Britton & Tom Dickson, Parkersburg, W. Va. (#73)

19. (158) R.B. Milburn, Indianapolis, Ind. (#27)

20. (140) Larry Woodward, Waipanu, Hawaii (#40)

21. (132) Aviators Racing, Chicago, Ill. (#50)

22. (115) Gary Irvin, West Lafayette, Ind. (#48)

23. (110) George Haugh, Fresno, Calif. (#25)

24. (108) Charles Thomas, Belleville, Ill. (#24)

25. (108) Ben Leyba, South Bend, Ind. (#3)

26. (106) McQuinn & Tapocik Racing, Springfield, Ill. (#39)

27. (86) Tom Mitchell, Carmel, Ind. (#75)

28. (64) Kenny Jarrett, Elwood, Ind. (#10)

29. (64) David LeFevre, Lafayette, Ind. (#5)

30. (43) Randy Whitesides, Columbia, Mo. (#47)

31. (30) Cecilia Smith, Eaton, Ohio (#14)

32. (25) Bob Lesko Enterprises, Wayne, N.J. (#98)

33. (24) Shirley McElreath, Arlington, Texas (#23)

34. (22) J & J Marine, St. Petersburg, Fla. (#88)

35. (19) Greg Staab, Cincinnati, Ohio (#44)

36. (17) Joe Conroy, Brunswick, Ohio (#18)

37. (13) Frank Faurote, Lafayette, Ind. (#99)

38. (11) Andrew Tomasits, Bath, Pa. (#42)

39. (9) Leader Cards, Milwaukee, Wisc. (#7)

40. (9) Kurt Gunderson, Greenfield, Wisc. (#34)

41. (8) Bob Hoerner, Crest Hill, Ill. (#9)

42. (8) Miner Pedersen, Indianapolis, Ind. (#84)

43. (7) MBC Racing, Jackson, Mich. (#25)

44. (6) Michael Gurtizen, Yoe, Pa. (#51)

45. (6) Lyn McIntosh, Jamestown, Ind. (#74)

46. (5) Stephen Truchan, Gary, Ind. (#94)

47. (4) Don Snow, Rodeo, Calif. (#6)

48. (4) Dave Burns, Casa Grande, Ariz. (#28)

49. (3) Ron Wheeler, Porterville, Calif. (#41)

50. (3) Perry Ferrell, Memphis, Tenn. (#91)

51. (3) Randy Bateman, Murphysboro, Ill. (#55)

52. (3) Bob Neilson, Ukiah, Calif. (#65)

53. (3) Duke Henning, Indianapolis, Ind. (#93



1989 USAC Silver Crown champion driver Chuck Gurney (right) and series champion car owner Junior Kurtz (left).

In celebration of the 50th year of USAC Silver Crown Champ Car racing in 2020, we are reviewing the past 49 years of series history.



Chuck Gurney of Livermore, Calif. came from behind in the point standings with an impressive victory in the 100-mile Labor Day race at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds to claim the Valvoline USAC Silver Crown championship for 1989, overtaking Johnny Parsons to win the coveted title.

Gurney, who won the USAC Supermodified championship in 1985 and was third in the Silver Crown points three consecutive years (1983-85), did not appear a threat for the title until the latter half of the season when he twice qualified for the pole starting position, won two 100-milers and compiled enough points to lock up the title prior to the final race on the schedule.

Driving the Gohr Distributing car in the season opener at Phoenix, Chuck finished 13th at the Copper World Classic.  He then hopped in his familiar black No. 30 Plastic Express/George Middleton Chevy for five more races and ran consistently enough to threaten Gary Bettenhausen and Johnny Parsons for the point lead.

Having led all but the first five laps at Du Quoin, the 40-year-old Gurney captured an impressive win and clinched the title.  The Du Quoin victory was Gurney’s second win of the season, having won the Tony Bettenhausen 100 at Springfield, Ill. on August 19.

Gurney expressed that his confidence in the Junior Kurtz-owned Plastic Express Chevy helped him to his first championship.  He had also driven the car to seven of his eight USAC Silver Crown wins during the decade of the 1980s.

“When a car handles as well as this one, it makes it a lot easier to win,” Gurney said.  “They always have it in top shape and constantly update it for each race.  It’s a heavy car with good lines and an older hood configuration.  It is a three-year-old chassis with an engine by Stewart Van Dyne and machine work by Tuck Jones and Gordon Barrett.”

Gurney has always been impressive on the one-mile dirt tracks and seems to have mastered the technique of competing on the grueling championship trail fairground circuit.  Equally impressive in a midget on the big tracks, Chuck won the 1989 Belleville Nationals in Kansas.

“Chuck just knows how to drive the miles,” said Larry Howard, owner of the Midget in which Gurney has also driven to victory at the Springfield Mile in USAC competition.

“He drives hard but he keeps the car straight and saves the tires which is something you really have to do in 100-mile races.  He’s one of the best mile-track drivers I’ve ever seen.”

It is fitting that with Chuck Gurney’s success on the one-mile dirt tracks of USAC’s Silver Crown division during the 1980s, that he has finally captured the prestigious title in the last year of the 1980s.

Former series champion Ken Schrader of Concord, N.C. won the 50-mile Copper World Classic opener at Phoenix in February.  Driving the Seymour Enterprises Chevy, the NASCAR stock car standout led all but the first four laps of the race.  Rich Vogler finished second in the Moran Electric car to take the early point lead, since Schrader competed on a temporary permit.

Vogler drove the Wilke Racers Tru-Cut/Future Electric Chevy to victory in the ninth Hulman Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis in May, leading the final 45 miles of the 60-mile contest.  It was Rich’s fourth career Silver Crown win.

Californian George Snider led all 100 miles of the June 4 Golden State 100 at the new Cal Expo State Fairgrounds in Sacramento, Calif. in a dominating run with his Snider/A.J. Foyt Skoal Classic machine.  The Sacramento event was the first in the California capital since the 1970 race at the now defunct old fairgrounds oval.  In response, California fans packed the stands while Vogler held onto a slim one-point lead over Snider after the Sacramento race.

The Silver Crown machines then returned to the pavement for the Pepsi-Cola 150 at Indianapolis Raceway Park in July.  Under a new format, with the 150 laps separated into two 75-lap contests, Ken Schrader captured the overall championship with a second in the first 75 and a victory in the finale.  He led the first 69 laps of the opener before being passed by eventual first-time series winner Bob Cicconi of Prospect Park, Pa.  Schrader then led all 75 laps of the second race.

Gary Bettenhausen’s fourth and second-place finishes in the two IRP features boosted him into the series point lead with a 96-point edge over young Andy Hillenburg of Indianapolis.  Vogler set a new track qualifying record at IRP but saw his point lead vanish when he lost a wheel and crashed at the start of the first 75-lapper.

Gurney led all but eight laps of the Springfield 100-miler in August, but Johnny Parsons’ runner-up finish there and subsequent runner-up finish in the Hoosier Hundred at Indianapolis one week later shot him to the top of the series standings.

Jack Hewitt of Troy, Ohio, behind the wheel of the Barfield’s Gift Fruit/J.W. Hunt Produce Chevy, led the final 46 laps of the 37th Hoosier Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds for his third victory in the prestigious race in the past four years.  This year’s race, moved to August from its former September calendar date, was held for the first time during the Indiana State Fair and for the first time under the lights.

Parsons needed a top finish at Du Quoin to clinch the title for himself but finished 13th while Gurney, streaking to victory, ended up 58 points ahead of Parsons with only 50 remaining in the final race, hence the chase was over.

Du Quoin was highlighted by the courageous return to the cockpit of Gary Bettenhausen, who had suffered painful first and second degree burns 11 days earlier in a USAC Sprint race at IRP.  He finished 23rd after running competitively for the first 48 laps.  And series newcomer Jimmy Sills of Placerville, Calif. caught everyone’s attention at Du Quoin by winning the pole position and finishing third.

Hewitt led all 50 laps to win the 4-Crown Nationals finale at Eldora Speedway in September, his third 4-Crown Silver Crown victory in the last four years.

Jimmy Sills earned the Silver Crown Rookie of the Year Award for 1989 while Ron Dunstan was rewarded as the series’ Most Improved Driver.





Avondale, Arizona………Ken Schrader of Fenton, Missouri remained undefeated in Valvoline USAC Silver Crown racing at Phoenix International Raceway on February 5, winning the 50-mile Skoal Bandit Copper World Classic 1989 series opener.

Schrader, winner of a 100-mile Silver Crown race at the one-mile paved Arizona oval in November of 1987, led all but the first four laps of the race in the Seymour Enterprises Chevy after passing fast qualifier Bob Cicconi, who wound up fifth at the checkered flag.

Rich Vogler was second, followed by Steve Chassey, Arizona’s own Bob Frey, Cicconi, Gary Bettenhausen, Gene Lee Gibson, Johnny Parsons, Palmer Crowell and 1988 Most Improved driver Andy Hillenburg.

Averaging 126.536 mph in a race void of caution flags, Schrader earned $10,722 (including lap prizes) for his team.

Only eight of the 30 starters were not running at the finish and eight were still on the lead lap.  Defending series titlist Steve Butler of Kokomo, Ind. was one of the casualties, retiring from competition with engine troubles after just three laps.

Cicconi set a new one-lap track record of 130.871 mph during qualifying on February 4 and Jon Johnson of Utica, Kans. won the 10-lap Silver Crown qualifying race.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: February 4-5, 1989 – Avondale, Arizona – Phoenix International Raceway – Skoal Bandit Copper World Classic

QUALIFYING: (Top-24 locked into the feature) 1. Bob Cicconi, 59, Senter-27.527; 2. Ken Schrader, 29, Seymour-27.699; 3. Rich Vogler, 7, Leader Card-27.710; 4. Johnny Parsons, 37, Scruggs-27.856; S. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-27.976; 6. Bob Frey, 20, Niebel-28.150; 7. Steve Chassey, 69, McClure-28.265; 8. Brent Kaeding, 96, Miller-28.281; 9. Chuck Gurney, 56, Gohr-28.305; 10. Palmer Crowell, 26, Crowell-28.225; 11. Steve Butler, 1, Jarrett-22.271; 12. Rick Hood, 88, Nowling-28.454; 13. Gene Lee Gibson, 84, Nott-28.464; 14. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-28.530; 15. Bruce Field, 3, Leyba-28.543; 16. Tray House, 2, Boles-28.549; 17. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-28.670; 18. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-28.681; 19. Mark Alderson, 51, GCQ-28.703; 20. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-28.727; 21. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-28.792; 22. Randy Roberts, 19, Conklin-28.940; 23. Wally Pankratz, 65, Neilson-28.957; 24. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-28.992; 25. Jon Johnson, 86, Johnson/Soderburg-29.161; 26. Mike Bliss, 45, Bliss-29.522; 27. Dave Feese, 43, Marcello-29.552; 28. Howard Kaeding, 10c, Simone-29.558; 29. Ron Rea, 40, Woodward-29.590; 30. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-29.605; 31. Jim Keeker, 94, Truchan-29.608; 32. Billy Felts, 87, Senter-29.691; 33. Ron Dunstan, 42, Dunstan-29.712; 34. Chip Thomas, 34, Thomas-30.430; 35. Billy Boat, 77, Pritchett-32.689; 36. Greg Staab, 44, BUF-NT; 37. Mike Thomas, 78, Thomas-NT; 38, Jeff Bloom, 67, Roberts-NT; 39. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (10 laps, top-9 transfer to the feature) 1. Jon Johnson, 2. Mike Bliss,  3. Billy Felts, 4. Dave Feese, 5. Tony Elliott, 6. Ron Rea, 7. George Snider, 8. Howard Kaeding, 9. Jeff Bloom, 10. Ron Dunstan, 11. Mike Thomas, 12. Chip Thomas, 13. Jim Keeker, 14. Billy Boat. 4:53.94

FEATURE: (50 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Ken Schrader (2), 2. Rich Vogler (3), 3. Steve Chassey (7), 4. Bob Frey (6), 5. Bob Cicconi (1), 6. Gary Bettenhausen (5), 7. Gene Lee Gibson (13), 8. Johnny Parsons (4), 9. Palmer Crowell (10), 10. Andy Hillenburg (18), 11. Brent Kaeding (8), 12. Jim Mahoney (21), 13. Chuck Gurney (9), 14. George Snider (31), 15. Mike Bliss (26), 16. Rick Hood (12), 17. Wally Pankratz (23), 18. Tray House (16), 19. Danny Milburn (24), 20. Tony Elliott (29), 21. Jon Johnson (25), 22. Gary Irvin (14), 23. Dave Feese (28), 24. Bruce Field (15), 25. Randy Roberts (22), 26. Billy Felts (27), 27. Jeff Bloom (32), 28. Larry Rice (20), 29. Ron Rea (30), 30. Steve Butler (11), 31. Mark Alderson (17), 32. Ray Joe Fager (19). 23:42.52

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-4 Bob Cicconi, Laps 5-50 Ken Schrader.

NEW SILVER CROWN STANDINGS: 1-Rich Vogler-80; 2-Steve Chassey-70; 3-Bob Frey-60; 4-Bob Cicconi-50; 5-Gary Bettenhausen-40; 6-Gene Lee Gibson-30; 7-Johnny Parsons-25; 8-Palmer Crowell-20; 9-Andy Hillenburg-15; 10-Brent Kaeding-10





Indianapolis, Indiana………Rich Vogler drove the Tru-Cut/Future Electric Chevy to victory in the 9th annual Hulman Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on May 26, leading the final 45 miles of the 60-mile race.  Johnny Parsons and Andy Hillenburg trailed him to the checkered flag.

There was no time or speed posted during the feature, a double flip executed by Lyn McIntosh and Mark Alderson causing a red flag on lap 11.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: May 26, 1989 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana State Fairgrounds – Hulman Hundred

FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Steve Chassey (#69 McClure), 2. Johnny Parsons (#37 Scruggs), 3. Larry Rice (#5 LeFevre), 4. Bob East (#7R Runyon), 5. Jon Johnson (#86 Johnson-Soderburg), 7. Tom Bigelow (#14 Smith), 7. Wayne Hammond (#88 Nowling), 8. Chuck Gurney (#30 Kurtz), 9. Andy Hillenburg (#85 McMahon), 10. Danny Milburn (#27 Milburn), 11. Rick Hood (#9 Vance), 12. Jim Mahoney (#50 Aviators), 13. Bruce Field (#3 Leyba), 14. Jeff Bloom (#67 Roberts), 15. Lyn McIntosh (#74 MRS), 16. Larry Dickson (#12 Delrose-Holt), 17. Chip Thomas (#34 Thomas), 18. Ray Joe Fager (#32 Fager), 19. Jimmy Sills (#1 Jarrett), 20. Ron Fariss (#99 Dickinson). NT

SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (15 laps, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Jack Hewitt (#63 Hampshire), 2. George Snider (#11 Snider-Foyt), 3. Rich Vogler (#16 Wilke), 4. Ron Dunstan (#42 Dunstan), 5. Tony Elliott (#18 Conroy), 6. Mark Alderson (#2 Boles), 7. Jerry Nemire (#36 Graf), 8. Gary Irvin (#48 Shorthorn), 9. Bob Frey (#20 Nolen), 10. Warren Mockler (#75 Mitchell), 11. Mike Thomas (#78 Thomas), 12. Leon Thickstun (#52 Daugherty), 13. Dean Billings (#46 Egan), 14. Kent Christian (#36x Johnson), 15. Donnie Beechler (#49 Conrad), 16. Larry Hoppes (#22 Hoppes), 17. Jeff Gordon (#76 Winterbotham), 18. Bob Cicconi (#59 Senter), 19. Gary Hieber (#66 EWH), 20. Ron Rea (#40 Woodward), 21. Danny Smith (#56 Gohr). NT

QUALIFYING RACE: (15 miles, top-6 transfer to the feature) 1. Bruce Field, 2. Kent Christian, 3. Jeff Bloom, 4. Ray Joe Fager, 5. Larry Hoppes, 6. Lyn McIntosh, 7. Dean Billings, 8. Bob Cicconi, 9. Chip Thomas, 10. Donnie Beechler, 11, Larry Dickson, 12. Ron Rea. NT

ALSO AT THE TRACK: Jack Calabrase (#31 Mataka), Dave Burns (#28 Burns), Greg Staab (#44 BUF), Jim Keeker (#94 Truchan), Red Stauffer (#6 Luscomb) and Brent Kaeding (#96 Miller)

FEATURE: (60 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Rich Vogler (6), 2. Johnny Parsons (3), 3. Andy Hillenburg (17), 4. Ron Dunstan (8), 5. Jack Hewitt (2), 6. Bob East (7), 7. Rick Hood (21), 8. Mark Alderson (12), 9. Tom Bigelow (11), 10. Larry Dickson (31), 11. Jim Mahoney (23), 12. Bob Frey (18), 13. Jerry Nemire (14), 14. Bruce Field (25), 15. Mike Thomas (22), 16. Tony Elliott (10), 17. Jeff Bloom (27), 18. Larry Rice (5), 19. Danny Milburn (19), 20. Larry Hoppes (29), 21. Steve Chassey (1), 22. Jon Johnson (9), 23. Chuck Gurney (15), 24. George Snider (4), 25. Gary Irvin (16), 26. Leon Thickstun (24), 27. Lyn McIntosh (30), 28. Wayne Hammond (13), 29. Kent Christian (26), 30. Ray Joe Fager (28), 31. Warren Mockler (20). NT

**Wayne Hammond flipped on lap 11 of the feature. Leon Thickstun & Lyn McIntosh flipped on lap 14 of the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-4 Johnny Parsons, Lap 5 Jack Hewitt, Laps 6-7 Rich Vogler, Laps 8-15 Johnny Parsons, Laps 16-60 Rich Vogler.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Rich Vogler-200; 2-Johnny Parsons-121; 3-Andy Hillenburg-99; 4-Steve Chassey & Ron Dunstan-72; 6-Bob Frey-66; 7-Jack Hewitt-60; 8-Bob Cicconi-50; 9-Bob East-48; 10-Gary Bettenhausen-40.





Sacramento, California………George Snider led all 100 miles of the June 4 Golden State 100 at the new Cal Expo State Fairgrounds in Sacramento, California.

His victory in the Skoal Classic Chevy earned him a first-place prize of $14,000, which included $4,000 in lap prizes.

Rich Vogler leads the new Silver Crown standings by one point, even though he failed to finish at Sacramento.  Driving the Kenny Jarrett Farms Chevy normally piloted by series champion Steve Butler, Rich was forced out after 33 miles with an oil leak.

New track record holder Chuck Gurney (105.527 mph) finished second at Sacramento, with Gary Bettenhausen third.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: June 4, 1989 – Sacramento, California -- Cal Expo State Fairgrounds – Golden State 100

QUALIFYING: 1. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-34.202; 2. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-34.273; 3. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-34.274; 4. Ron Shuman, 21, Snow-34.368; 5. Jimmy Sills, 15, Countryman-34.413; 6. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-34.764; 7. Mark Alderson, 2, Boles-34.785; 8. Jon Johnson, 86, Johnson/Soderburg-34.800; 9. Brent Kaeding, 96, Miller-34.811; 10. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-34.859; 11. Johnny Parsons, 37, Scruggs-34.880; 12. Dave Feese, 43, Marcello-35.063; 13. Ron Dunstan, 42, Dunstan-35.134; 14. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-35.194; 15. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-35.372; 16. Larry Rice, 87, Senter-35.385; 17. Rich Vogler, 1, Jarrett-35.441; 18. Dave Burns, 28, Burns-35.588; 19. Steve Chassey, 69, McClure-35.837; 20. Frank McDaniel, 77, Pritchett-35.844; 21. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-35.848; 22. Terry Kawell, 90, Kawell-36.310; 23. Chip Thomas, 34, Thomas-37.250; 24. Wally Pankratz, 65, Neilson-37.349; 25. Anthony Simone, 10, Simone-39.313; 26. Herb Crawford, 53, Crawford-40.854; 27. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-42.670; 28. Mike Bliss, 45, Bliss-NT; 29. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-NT.

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. George Snider (2), 2. Chuck Gurney (1), 3. Gary Bettenhausen (6), 4. Brent Kaeding (9), 5. Danny Milburn (14), 6. Wally Pankratz (23), 7. Andy Hillenburg (3), 8. Larry Rice (16), 9. Mark Alderson (7), 10. Jimmy Sills (5), 11. Steve Chassey (19), 12. Terry Kawell (22), 13. Walt Kennedy (15), 14. Ron Shuman (4), 15. Jon Johnson (8), 16. Jim McElreath (21), 17. Ron Dunstan (13), 18. Dave Feese (12), 19. Jack Hewitt (10), 20. Anthony Simone (24), 21. Frank McDaniel (20), 22. Rich Vogler (17), 23. Dave Burns (18), 24. Johnny Parsons (11). 1:03:34.00

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-100 George Snider.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Rich Vogler-203; 2-George Snider-202; 3-Gary Bettenhausen-180; 4-Chuck Gurney-165; 5-Andy Hillenburg-159; 6-Brent Kaeding-130; 7-Johnny Parsons-124; 8-Danny Milburn-104; 9-Steve Chassey-92; 10-Wally Pankratz-80.





Clermont, Indiana………Ken Schrader of Concord, N.C. captured the overall championship in the Pepsi-Cola 150 on July 8 at Indianapolis Raceway Park, winning the second of two 75-lap features after finishing second in the opener.

Schrader earned $6,650 for his performance in the Valvoline USAC Silver Crown events, driving the Seymour Enterprises Chevy to victory in the second 75-lapper, leading all the way.  He led the first 69 laps of the first 75-lap race until being passed by winner Bob Cicconi of Prospect Park, Pennsylvania.  The win was Cicconi’s first in Silver Crown competition.

Schrader also won this year’s Silver Crown opener at Phoenix in February and was the second fastest qualifier for the IRP program, which was interrupted just before the end of qualifying by a heavy rain shower.

Defending Pepsi-Cola 150 titlist Bruce Field of Lockport, Ill. finished third in the first 75 with Cicconi third in the second feature.

Gary Bettenhausen, with a second and fourth in the two races, is the new Silver Crown point leader with a 96-point edge over Andy Hillenburg.  Hillenburg won the Jonathan Byrd’s Cafeteria Qualifying Race, then took 12th and fourth in the two 75s.

Rich Vogler, who led the standings going into the Pepsi-Cola 150 and set a new one-lap track mark of 118.343 mph during qualifying, lost a wheel and hit the outside wall on the first lap of the first 75-lapper and was unable to start the second feature.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: July 8, 1989 – Clermont, Indiana – Indianapolis Raceway Park – Pepsi-Cola 150

QUALIFYING: (Top-14 locked into the feature) 1. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-20.868; 2. Ken Schrader, 29, Seymour-20.933; 3. Bob Frey, 20, Nolen-21.216; 4. Mark Alderson, 2, Boles-21.309; 5. Steve Butler, 1, Stoops-21.478; 6. Bob Cicconi, 59, Senter-21.537; 7. Manny Rockhold, 17, Automotive Machine-21.562; 8. Rusty Rasmussen, 35, Ede-21.586; 9. Bruce Field, 3, Leyba-21.609; 10. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-21.663; 11. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-21.720; 12. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-21.732; 13. Johnny Parsons, 37, Scruggs-21.762; 14. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-21.877; 15. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-21.934; 16. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-21.976; 17. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-22.048; 18. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-22.057; 19. Tom Bigelow, 14, Smith-22.102; 20. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-22.108; 21. Gene Lee Gibson, 51, GCQ-22.108; 22. Chip Thomas, 34, Thomas-22.129; 23. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-22.156; 24. Steve Chassey, 9, Vance-22.341; 25. Billy Vukovich III, 7, Leader Card-22.410; 26. Jim Keeker, 94, Truchan-22.828; 27. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-23.164; 25. Lyn McIntosh, 74, MRS-23.215; 29. Rick Tomasik, 38, Johnson-23.660; 30. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-23.829; 31. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-23.861; 32. Perry Ferrell, 91, Ferrell-24.094; 33. Mike Thomas, 78, Thomas-24.320; 34. Brent Whited, 60, Whited-24.325; 35. Dave Burns, 28, Burns-NT; 36. Herb Crawford, 53, Crawford-NT; 37. Jeff Bloom, 67, Bloom-NT.

JONATHAN BYRD'S CAFETERIA QUALIFYING RACE: (25 laps, top-10 transfer to the feature) 1. Andy Hillenburg, 2. Jim Mahoney, 3. Gary Hieber, 4. Steve Chassey, 5. George Snider, 6. Gene Lee Gibson, 7. Tom Bigelow, 8. Warren Mockler, 9. Walt Kennedy, 10. Jeff Bloom, 11. Mike Thomas, 12. Rick Tomasik, 13. Brent Whited, 14. Perry Ferrell, 15. Billy Vukovich III, 16. Chip Thomas, 17. Gary Irvin, 18. Jim Keeker, 19. Ray Joe Fager. NT

FIRST FEATURE: (75 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Bob Cicconi (6), 2. Ken Schrader (4), 3. Bruce Field (1), 4. Gary Bettenhausen (12), 5. Mark Alderson (4), 6. Johnny Parsons (13), 7. Bob Frey (3), 8. Larry Rice (14), 9. Rusty Rasmussen (8), 10. Walt Kennedy (23), 11. George Snider (19), 12. Andy Hillenburg (15), 13. Tony Elliott (10), 14. Tom Bigelow (21), 15. Wayne Hammond (11), 16. Warren Mockler (22), 17. Gene Lee Gibson (20), 18. Gary Hieber (17), 19. Steve Butler (5), 20. Manny Rockhold (7), 21. Jim Mahoney (16), 22. Steve Chassey (18), 23. Rich Vogler (1), 24. Jeff Bloom (24). NT

SECOND FEATURE: (75 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Ken Schrader (2), 2. Gary Bettenhausen (4), 3. Bob Cicconi (1), 4. Andy Hillenburg (12), 5. Bruce Field (3), 6. Wayne Hammond (15), 7. Mark Alderson (5), 8. Rusty Rasmussen (9), 9. Johnny Parsons (6), 10. Jeff Bloom (20), 11. George Snider (11), 12. Larry Rice (8), 13. Warren Mockler (16), 14. Tom Bigelow (14), 15. Rick Tomasik (24), 16. Gary Hieber (18), 17. Danny Milburn (21), 18. Tony Elliott (13), 19. Mike Thomas (23), 20. Lyn McIntosh (22), 21. Bob Frey (7), 22. Gene Lee Gibson (17), 23. Walt Kennedy (10), 24. Jim Mahoney (19). NT

FIRST FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-69 Ken Schrader, Laps 70-75 Bob Cicconi.



NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Gary Bettenhausen-320; 2-Andy Hillenburg-224; 3-George Snider-222; 4-Bob Cicconi-220; 5-Rich Vogler-205; 6-Johnny Parsons-184; 7-Chuck Gurney-165; 8-Mark Alderson-151; 9-Brent Kaeding-130; 10-Bruce Field-125.





Springfield, Illinois………Chuck Gurney wheeled the Plastic Express/George Middleton Chevy to victory in the Tony Bettenhausen 100 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield on August 19, leading all but eight laps of the 100-miler.

Johnny Parsons finished second with Larry Rice ending up third while Chuck Gurney established a new one-lap track record in qualifying at 31.711 seconds.

Darryl Haugh of Fresno, Calif. earned the Rookie of the Race award for his 14th place finish.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: August 19, 1989 – Springfield, Illinois – Illinois State Fairgrounds – Tony Bettenhausen 100

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-31.711; 2. Johnny Parsons, 20, Nolen-32.201; 3. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-32.465; 4. Ron Dunstan, 42, Dunstan-32.607; 5. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-32.686; 6. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-32.834; 7. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-32.951; 8. Tom Bigelow, 14, Smith-32.992; 9. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-33.054; 10. Danny Smith, 56, Gohr-33.061; 11. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-33.189; 12. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-33.265; 13. Terry Kawell, 90, Kawell-33.310; 14. Mark Alderson, 2, Boles-33.391; 15. Steve Butler, 1, Jarrett-33.439; 16. Bob Cicconi, 59, Senter-33.489; 17. Tony Elliott, 18, Conroy-33.568; 18. Jon Johnson, 86, Johnson/Soderburg-33.607; 19. Gene Lee Gibson, 9, Vance-33.728; 20. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-33.767; 21. Darryl Haugh, 97, Hajduk-33.907; 22. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-34.113; 23. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-34.157; 24. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-34.182; 25. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-34.231; 26. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-34.236; 27. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-34.388; 28. Chip Thomas, 34, Thomas-34.412; 29. Mike Thomas, 78, Thomas-34.532; 30. Jim Moughan, 43, Marcello-34.700; 31. Russ Gamester, 31, Mataka-34.818; 32. Manny Rockhold, 17, Automotive Machine-34.822; 33. Perry Ferrell, 91, Ferrell-34.883; 34. Donnie Beechler, 46, Egan-35.120; 35. Terry Babb, 64, Babb-36.702; 36. Herb Crawford, 53, Crawford-37.111; 37. Mark Sokola, 49, Conrad-NT; 38. John Nimetz, 94, Truchan-NT; 39. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-NT; 40. Ronnie Burke, 33, Burke-NT; 41, Lyn McIntosh, 74, MRS-NT; 42. Larry Hoppes, 22, Hoppes-NT.

FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (12 miles, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. Dave Feese, 2. Danny Milburn, 3. Darryl Haugh, 4. Russ Gamester, 5. Mike Thomas, 6. Ray Joe Fager, 7. Terry Babb, 8. Perry Ferrell. 6:48.61

SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (12 miles, top-5 transfer to the feature) 1. George Snider, 2. Wayne Hammond, 3. Manny Rockhold, 4. Jim McElreath, 5. Jim Moughan, 6. Donnie Beechler, 7. Herb Crawford, 8. Chip Thomas. 6:44.91

FEATURE: (100 laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Chuck Gurney (1), 2. Johnny Parsons (2), 3. Larry Rice (9), 4. Ron Dunstan (4), 5. Steve Butler (15), 6. George Snider (22), 7. Andy Hillenburg (5), 8. Jack Hewitt (12), 9. Gary Bettenhausen (11), 10. Tom Bigelow (8), 11. Tony Elliott (17), 12. Manny Rockhold (26), 13. Jim McElreath (28), 14. Darryl Haugh (25), 15. Terry Kawell (13), 16. Gene Lee Gibson (19), 17. Danny Smith (10), 18. Jerry Nemire (7), 19. Gary Irvin (20), 20. Dave Feese (21), 21. Bob Cicconi (16), 22. Gary Hieber (3), 23. Mike Thomas (29), 24. Russ Gamester (27), 25. Danny Milburn (23), 26. Wayne Hammond (24), 27. Mark Alderson (14), 28. Jon Johnson (18), 29. Jim Moughan (30), 30. Jim Mahoney (6). 1:06:46.30

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-29 Chuck Gurney, Laps 30-37 Johnny Parsons, Laps 38-100 Chuck Gurney.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Chuck Gurney-365; 2-Gary Bettenhausen-360; 3-Johnny Parsons-344; 4-George Snider-302; 5-Andy Hillenburg-284; 6-Larry Rice & Bob Cicconi-223; 8-Rich Vogler-205; 9-Ron Dunstan-196; 10-Mark Alderson-153.





Indianapolis, Indiana………Jack Hewitt led the final 46 miles of the 37th Hoosier Hundred at the Indiana State Fairgrounds to win the race for the third time in the last four years.  He drove the Barfield’s Gift Fruit/Sackett Farms Chevy.

Chuck Gurney started sixth but did not restart the race which was halted after a first-lap accident involving Mark Alderson and Red Stauffer.  Alderson was treated and released from an Indianapolis Hospital following his flip in turn three.  Gurney was having visibility problems and elected not to restart.

New point leader Johnny Parsons finished second while Ron Shuman, subbing for the injured Gary Bettenhausen, was third.

Notable for his performance was Danny Milburn, who passed Shuman for the lead on the 42nd lap.  Milburn led for 13 laps before yielding to Hewitt and eventually finished sixth.

In addition to Hewitt’s $9,000 first place prize at Indianapolis, he earned an additional $4,6000 in lap prizes from the $10,000 lap prize fund.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: August 27, 1989 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana State Fairgrounds – Hoosier Hundred

QUALIFYING: (Top-20 locked into the feature) 1. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-31.404; 2. Ron Shuman, 12, Delrose/Holt-32.186; 3. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-32.228; 4. Johnny Parsons, 37, Scruggs-32.274; 5. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-32.395; 6. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-32.428; 7. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-32.493; 8. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-32.522; 9. Mark Alderson, 2, Boles-32.576; 10. Rusty Rasmussen, 35, Ede-32.717; 11. Greg Staab, 7, Leader Card-32.767; 12. Danny Smith, 56, Gohr-32.876; 13. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-32.894; 14. Steve Butler, 1, Jarrett-32.897; 15. Jimmy Sills, 15, Countryman-32.912; 16. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-32.975; 17. Rocky Hodges, 20, Nolen-32.982; 18. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-33.024; 19. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-33.028; 20. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-33.204; 21. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-33.214; 22. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-33.215; 23. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-33.242; 24. Ron Dunstan, 18, Conroy-33.246; 25. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-33.263; 26. Tom Bigelow, 14, Smith-33.355; 27. Tray House, 9, Vance-33.457; 28. Russ Gamester, 31, Mataka-33.504; 29. Terry Kawell, 90, Kawell-33.683; 30. Mike Thomas, 78, Thomas-33.811; 31. Manny Rockhold, 17, Rockhold-33,931; 32. Mark Sokola, 49, Conrad-34.156; 33. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-34.422; 34. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-34.499; 35. Red Stauffer, 6, Luscomb-35.055; 36. John Nimetz, 94, Truchan-36.127; 37. Herb Crawford, 53, Crawford-38.372; 38. Bob Cicconi, 59, Senter-NT; 39. Perry Ferrell, 91, Ferrell-NT.

QUALIFYING RACE: (12 miles, top-12 transfer to the feature) 1. Warren Mockler, 2. Ron Dunstan, 3. Tom Bigelow, 4. Dave Feese, 5. Mike Thomas, 6. Jim McElreath, 7. Mark Sokola, 8. Manny Rockhold, 9. Terry Kawell, 10. Red Stauffer, 11. Jerry Nemire, 12. Russ Gamester, 13. Ray Joe Fager, 14. John Nimetz. NT

FEATURE: (100 miles, starting position in parentheses) 1. Jack Hewitt (13), 2. Johnny Parsons (4), 3. Ron Shuman (2), 4. Warren Mockler (21), 5. Rusty Rasmussen (10), 6. Danny Milburn (3), 7. Gary Irvin (18), 8. Jimmy Sills (15), 9. Manny Rockhold (28), 10. Jerry Nemire (31), 11. Terry Kawell (29), 12. Dave Feese (24), 13. George Snider (7), 14. Jim McElreath (23), 15. Jim Mahoney (20), 16. Danny Smith (12), 17. Rocky Hodges (17), 18. Andy Hillenburg (8), 19. Wayne Hammond (19), 20. Larry Rice (16), 21. Steve Butler (14), 22. Ron Dunstan (22), 23. Walt Kennedy (5), 24. Rich Vogler (1), 25. Tom Bigelow (23), 26. Russ Gamester (32), 27. Mike Thomas (25), 28. Chuck Gurney (6), 29. Mark Alderson (9), 30. Greg Staab (11), 31. Mark Sokola (27), 32. Red Stauffer (30). 58:37.00

**Mark Alderson and Red Stauffer flipped on lap 1 of the feature.  Alderson was taken to the hospital for a precautionary check.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-13 Rich Vogler, Laps 14-41 Ron Shuman, Laps 42-54 Danny Milburn, Laps 55-100 Jack Hewitt.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Johnny Parsons-504; 2-Chuck Gurney-367; 3-Gary Bettenhausen-360; 4-Jack Hewitt-314; 5-George Snider-307; 6-Andy Hillenburg-288; 7-Larry Rice-227; 8-Bob Cicconi-223; 9-Rich Vogler-208; 10-Ron Dunstan-199.





Du Quoin, Illinois………Chuck Gurney of Livermore, Calif. earned his first Valvoline USAC Silver Crown driving championship on September 4, driving the Plastic Express/Middleton Chevy to victory in the 100-mile race at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds.

Gurney’s victory puts him 58 points ahead of series runner-up Johnny Parsons with 50 points available in the season finale at Eldora Speedway on September 24.

Parsons, who led the standings going into the race, finished 13th at Du Quoin, but has a lock on second in points.

Jimmy Sills of Placerville, Calif., among candidates for the 1989 series Rookie of the Year, won the pole starting spot and finished third behind Gurney and second-place finisher Rich Vogler.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN RACE RESULTS: September 4, 1989 – Du Quoin, Illinois – Du Quoin State Fairgrounds – Du Quoin Century

QUALIFYING: 1. Jimmy Sills, 15, Countryman-32.081; 2. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-32.165; 3. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-32.208; 4. Chuck Gurney, 30, Kurtz-32.229; 5. Rick Hood, 20, Nolen-32.297; 6. Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-32.321; 7. Jim Mahoney, 50, Aviators-32.542; 8. Tony Elliott, 51, GCQ-32.593; 9. Jim McElreath, 23, McElreath-32.617; 10. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-32.630; 11. Gary Bettenhausen, 12, Delrose/Holt-32.704; 12. Steve Butler, 1, Jarrett-32.793; 13. Mark Alderson, 2, Boles-32.801; 14. Greg Staab, 7, Leader Card-32.820; 15. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-32.861; 16. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-32.888; 17. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-32.889; 18. Danny Smith, 56, Gohr-32.965; 19. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-33.159; 20. Dave Feese, 69, McClure-33.177; 21. Russ Gamester, 31, Mataka-33.200; 22. Gary Hieber, 66, EWH-33.260; 23. Ron Dunstan, 18, Conroy-33.359; 24. Warren Mockler, 75, Mitchell-33.372; 25. Johnny Parsons, 37, Scruggs-33.532; 26. Tom Bigelow, 14, Smith-33.567; 27. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-33.592; 28. Mike Thomas, 78, Thomas-33.619; 29. Chip Thomas, 34, Thomas-33.687; 30. Manny Rockhold, 17, Automotive Machine-33.765; 31. Jim Moughan, 43, Marcello-33.771; 32. Terry Kawell, 90, Kawell-33.821; 33. Donnie Beechler, 46, Egan-33.873; 34. Randy Bateman, 55, Bridgeman-34.021; 35. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-34.074; 36. Terry Babb, 64, Babb-34.978; 37. Ray Joe Fager, 32, Fager-35.480; 38. Mark Sokola, 49, Conrad-35.840; 39. Herb Crawford, 53, Crawford-36.255; 40. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-NT; 41. Rusty Rasmussen, 35, Ede-NT.

FIRST QUALIFYING RACE: (12 laps) 1. Ron Dunstan, 2. Johnny Parsons, 3. Gary Irvin, 4. Larry Rice, 5. Russ Gamester, 6. Donnie Beechler, 7. Ray Joe Fager, 8. Jim Moughan, 9. Chip Thomas, 10. Herb Crawford. 6:32.88

SECOND QUALIFYING RACE: (12 laps) 1. Tom Bigelow, 2. Gary Hieber, 3. Warren Mockler, 4. Manny Rockhold, 5. Ray Joe Fager, 6. Terry Kawell, 7. Terry Babb, 8. Randy Bateman, 9. Mark Sokola. 6:29.73

FEATURE: (100 miles, starting position in parentheses) 1. Chuck Gurney (4), 2. Rich Vogler (3), 3. Jimmy Sills (1), 4. Tony Elliott (8), 5. Jim Mahoney (7), 6. Mark Alderson (13), 7. Andy Hillenburg (10), 8. Danny Smith (18), 9. Jim McElreath (9), 10. Walt Kennedy (19), 11. Dave Feese (20), 12. Greg Staab (14), 13. Johnny Parsons (23), 14. Larry Rice (27), 15. Steve Butler (12), 16. Danny Milburn (15), 17. Tom Bigelow (22), 18. Bob Cicconi (16), 19. Donnie Beechler (32), 20. Russ Gamester (29), 21. Jack Hewitt (6), 22. Manny Rockhold (28), 23. Gary Bettenhausen (11), 24. Ron Dunstan (21), 25. George Snider (2), 26. Terry Kawell (31), 27. Gary Irvin (25), 28. Warren Mockler (26), 29. Rick Hood (5), 30. Gary Hieber (24), 31. Jerry Nemire (17), 32. Mike Thomas (30). 57:29.03

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-5 George Snider, Laps 6-100 Chuck Gurney.

NEW SILVER CROWN POINTS: 1-Chuck Gurney-567; 2-Johnny Parsons-509; 3-Rich Vogler-368; 4-Gary Bettenhausen-363; 5-Andy Hillenburg-348; 6-Jack Hewitt-317; 7-George Snider-309; 8-Mark Alderson-234; 9-Larry Rice-232; 10-Bob Cicconi-227.





Rossburg, Ohio………Jack Hewitt led all 50 laps to win the 4-Crown Nationals Valvoline USAC Silver Crown finale on September 24 at Eldora Speedway.

Jack’s victory in the Barfield’s Gift Fruit/J.W. Hunt Produce Chevy boosted him to fourth in the final 1989 series standings.

Rich Vogler, the fastest Silver Crown qualifier at Eldora, was second in the 50-lapper and ended up third in the final points.

Chuck Gurney, who did not compete at Eldora, is the 1989 Silver Crown champion, having already clinched the title, while points runner-up Johnny Parsons was sixth in the feature.

Hewitt’s win was his third in the 4-Crown Silver Crown 50-lapper in the last four years.


VALVOLINE USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: September 23-24, 1989 – Rossburg, Ohio – Eldora Speedway – 4-Crown Nationals

QUALIFYING: 1. Rich Vogler, 16, Wilke-17.509; 2, Jack Hewitt, 63, Hampshire-17.757; 3. Steve Butler, 1, Jarrett-17.875; 4. George Snider, 11, Snider/Foyt-17.999; 5. Mark Alderson, 2, Boles-18.105; 6. Johnny Parsons, 37, Scruggs-18.327; 7. Andy Hillenburg, 85, McMahon-18.374; 8. Walt Kennedy, 40, Woodward-18.407; 9. Bob Cicconi, 3, Leyba-18.475; 10. Russ Gamester, 31, Mataka-18.523; 11. Larry Rice, 5, LeFevre-18.525; 12. Tony Elliott, 9, Vance-18.535; 13. Danny Milburn, 27, Milburn-18.939; 14. Chip Thomas, 34, Thomas-18.989; 15. Gary Irvin, 48, Shorthorn-19.081; 16. Jerry Nemire, 98, Lesko-19.112; 17. Wayne Hammond, 88, Nowling-19.200; 18. Ron Dunstan, 51, GCQ-19.654; 19. Mark Sokola, 49, Conrad-20.156; 20. Rocky Hodges, 20, Nolen-22.442; 21. Greg Staab, 44, BUF-NT; 22. Brent Whited, 60, Whited-NT.

FEATURE: (50 Laps, starting position in parentheses) 1. Jack Hewitt (2), 2. Rich Vogler (1), 3. Steve Butler (3), 4. Larry Rice (10), 5. Mark Alderson (4), 6. Johnny Parsons (5), 7. Andy Hillenburg (6), 8. Tony Elliott (11), 9. Rocky Hodges (19), 10. Danny Milburn (12), 11. Wayne Hammond (16), 12. Bob Cicconi (8), 13. Jerry Nemire (15), 14. Chip Thomas (13), 15. Russ Gamester (9), 16. Greg Staab (20), 17. Walt Kennedy (7), 18. Gary Irvin (14), 19. Ron Dunstan (17), 20. Mark Sokola (18), 21. Brent Whited (21). NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-50 Jack Hewitt.





1. (567) Chuck Gurney, Livermore, Calif.

2. (529) Johnny Parsons, Indianapolis, Ind.

3. (408) Rich Vogler, Glen Ellyn, Ill.

4. (367) Jack Hewitt, Troy, Ohio

5. (363) Gary Bettenhausen, Monrovia, Ind.

6. (363) Andy Hillenburg, Indianapolis, Ind.

7. (309) George Snider, Bakersfield, Calif.

8. (262) Larry Rice, Brownsburg, Ind.

9. (259) Mark Alderson, Timberlake, S.D.

10. (230) Bob Cicconi, Prospect Park, Pa.

11. (220) Jimmy Sills, Placerville, Calif.

12. (203) Ron Dunstan, Ruchsville, Pa.

13. (201) Danny Milburn, Indianapolis, Ind.

14. (163) Tony Elliott, Warsaw, Ind.

15. (146) Steve Butler, Kokomo, Ind.

16. (145) Rusty Rasmussen, Fresno, Calif.

17. (130) Brent Kaeding, Campbell, Calif.

18. (129) Warren Mockler, Westfield, Ind.

19. (127) Jim Mahoney, Peru, Ill.

20. (125) Bruce Field, Lockport, Ill.

21. (98) Bob Frey, Elyria, Ohio

22. (94) Steve Chassey, Clermont, Ind.

23. (70) Gary Irvin, West Lafayette, Ind.

24. (59) Danny Smith, Indianapolis, Ind.

25. (56) Walt Kennedy, Upland, Calif.

26. (55) Jim McElreath, Arlington, Texas

27. (55) Manny Rockhold, Pekin, Ill.

28. (55) Wayne Hammond, Tampa, Fla.

29. (48) Bob East, Brownsburg, Ind.

30. (42) Tom Bigelow, Whitewater, Wisc.

31. (40) Dave Feese, Saybrook, Ill.

32. (40) Rick Hood, Memphis, Tenn.

33. (39) Gene Lee Gibson, Richwood, Ohio

34. (35) Terry Kawell, Colton, Calif.

35. (20) Palmer Crowell, Glenwood, Ore.

36. (19) Jeff Bloom, Kalamazoo, Mich.

37. (12) Greg Staab, Cincinnati, Ohio

38. (11) Jon Johnson, Utica, Kans.

39. (11) Mike Thomas, Des Moines, Iowa

40. (9) Gary Hieber, Langhorne, Pa.

41. (9) Jerry Nemire, Toledo, Ohio

42. (8) Russ Gamester, Peru, Ind.

43. (4) Anthony Simone, Fresno, Calif.

44. (3) Mike Bliss, Milwaukie, Ore.

45. (3) Frank McDaniel, Phoenix, Ariz.

46. (3) Dave Burns, Casa Grande, Ariz.

47. (3) Lyn McIntosh, Jamestown, Ind.

48. (2) Tray House, Anderson, Ind.

49. (2) Larry Hoppes, Anderson, Ind.

50. (2) Ray Joe Fager, Greenfield, Ind.

51. (1) Randy Roberts, Broomfield, Colo.

52. (1) Ron Rea, Riverside, Calif.

53. (1) Leon Thickstun, Nashville, Ind.

54. (1) Kent Christian, Clinton, Ind.

55. (1) Red Stauffer, Orlando, Fla.

56. (1) Chip Thomas, Belleville, Ill.



1. (564) Transportation Computer Systems (Junior Kurtz), Ontario, Calif. (#30)

2. (503) Delrose-Holt Racing, Joliet, Ill. (#12)

3. (369) Charlie Scruggs, Kokomo, Ind. (#37)

4. (367) Bob Hampshire, Findlay, Ohio (#63)

5. (363) Ron McMahon, Flushing, Mich. (#85)

6. (325) Mark Wilke, Milwaukee, Wisc. (#16)

7. (309) Snider-Foyt Racing, Houston, Texas (#11)

8. (280) Louis Seymour, Marlboro, Mass. (#29)

9. (273) Gene Nolen, Greenwood, Ind. (#20)

10. (260) Willie Boles, Pendleton, Ind. (#2)

11. (220) Tex Countryman, Sacramento, Calif. (#15)

12. (212) David LeFevre, Lafayette, Ind. (#5)

13. (201) R.B. Milburn, Indianapolis, Ind. (#27)

14. (196) Andrew Tomasits, Bath, Pa. (#42)

15. (173) Louis Senter, Encino, Calif. (#59)

16. (149) Kenny Jarrett, Elwood, Ind. (#1)

17. (145) Fred Ede, Fresno, Calif. (#35)

18. (132) Ben Leyba, South Bend, Ind. (#3)

19. (130) Los Gatos Body Shop, Los Gatos, Calif. (#96)

20. (129) Tom Mitchell, Carmel, Ind. (#75)

21. (127) Aviators Racing, Chicago, Ill. (#50)

22. (126) Del McClure, Portland, Ore. (#69)

23. (126) Michael Gurtizen, Yoe, Pa. (#51)

24. (91) Leader Card, Milwaukee, Wisc.  (#7)

25. (82) Bob Neilson, Ukiah, Calif. (#65)

26. (70) Gary Irvin, West Lafayette, Ind. (#48)

27. (66) Cecilia Smith, Eaton, Ohio (#14)

28. (62) Gohr Distributing, Buffalo, N.Y. (#56)

29. (58) J & J Marine, St. Petersburg, Fla. (#88)

30. (57) Larry Woodward, Waipanu, Hawaii (#40)

31. (56) Johnny Vance Racing Team, Dayton, Ohio (#9)

32. (55) Shirley McElreath, Arlington, Texas (#23)

33. (55) Automotive Machine, Pekin, Ill. (#17)

34. (50) Louis Senter, Encino, Calif. (#87)

35. (48) Gary Runyon, Carmel, Ind. (#7R)

36. (36) Joe Conroy, Brunswick, Ohio (#18)

37. (35) Terry Kawell, Colton, Calif. (#90)

38. (30) Allan Nott Engineering, Lima, Ohio (#84)

39. (20) Palmer Crowell, Glenwood, Ore. (#26)

40. (19) Jeff Bloom, Bangor, Mich. (#67)

41. (11) Jon Johnson, Utica, Kans. (#86)

42. (11) Mike Thomas, Des Moines, Iowa (#78)

43. (9) E.W.H. Service, Langhorne, Pa. (#66)

44. (8) William Mataka, Lebanon, N.J. (#31)

45. (6) Bob Lesko Enterprises, Wayne, N.J. (#98)

46. (5) Don Snow, Rodeo, Calif. (#21)

47. (5) John Hajduk, Niles, Ill. (#97)

48. (5) Frank Marcello, Henderson, Colo. (#43)

49. (4) Robert Johnson, Indianapolis, Ind. (#38)

50. (3) Art Bliss, Milwaukie, Ore. (#45)

51. (3) Edward Graf, Oxford, Mich. (#36)

52. (3) Jerry Pritchett, Glendale, Ariz. (#77)

53. (3) David Burns, Casa Grande, Ariz. (#28)

54. (3) MRS Racing, Jamestown, Ind. (#74)

55. (2) Larry Hoppes, Anderson, Ind. (#22)

56. (2) Paul Fager, Indianapolis, Ind. (#32)

57. (2) Don Conrad, Countryside, Ill. (#49)

58. (1) Harry Conklin, Denver, Colo. (#19)

59. (1) Karen Daugherty, Nashville, Ind. (#52)

60. (1) Bob Luscomb, Orlando, Fla. (#6)

61. (1) Charles Thomas, Belleville, Ill. (#34)

62. (1) SMS Racing, Lawrenceburg, Ind. (#44)

63. (1) Bryan Whited, Richmond, Ind. (#60)



Director of Business Development - Syndications   

The Director of Business Development - Syndications is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive plan to increase the company's revenues and profits through re-syndication and revitalization of its existing partnerships with the physician providers and by planning, facilitating and consummating new and additional investment partnership projects and opportunities. This candidate is expected to constantly evaluate, identify, strategically assess and execute opportunities to create long-term growth and value, while working very closely with Leadership to plan and attain those goals. Focus Areas: Identification and Analysis of Existing Projects to Benefit from Re-Syndication, Development of New Projects Appropriate for Partnership and Physician Investment, Deal Structure and Analytics Specific Job Functions Support the efforts of the Chief Development Officer, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Operations for the growth and development of the company, including production of business plans, project budgets and analyses Report directly to, and collaborate with, the Chief Operating Officer to target and evaluate new strategic business development opportunities across all market sectors in designated territories, and to identify existing partnership opportunities for investment syndication or re-syndication Assimilate information required to produce development or acquisition letters of intent, LLC operating agreements or limited partnership agreements and private offering memoranda, including all ancillary documents such as facility lease agreements, management service agreements and debt-related documents Support negotiation and consummation of all deal related documents, working with legal counsel and the management and operations team members Be responsible for and oversee production of pro forma financial models for investment offerings of existing projects and prospective opportunities Perform or oversee all due diligence tasks for investment syndication projects and assimilate the information for management review Coordinate the internal due diligence review and project approval process across multiple functions including legal, compliance, finance, accounting and field operations. Coordinate the production and printing of the private offering memorandum documents for the investors, in tandem with the company's legal representation Create the syndication roll-out plan and formal presentation materials, organize and lead presentations and investment offering kick-off meetings Manage the sale of the investment interests, maintain records, produce status reports to management and ascertain all legal and regulatory requirements are followed for a successful close of the offerings Requirements Ability to work in a matrixed environment with multiple stakeholders. Excellent presentation and interpersonal communication skills - both written and verbal Entrepreneurial mindset and ability to solve complex problems with creative solutions Depth of experience in conducting all phases of a private investment syndication process from initial stages through closing Understanding and ability to assess and confirm individual investor suitability for each project, accredited vs unaccredited investor definitions and requirements and ability to relay information appropriately to each prospect Intense understanding and appreciation of the health care services and securities industry regulatory, licensing and legal requirements, as related to the sale of investments to affiliated physicians, with the ability to anticipate and avoid conflicts Strong working knowledge of M&A valuation, transaction structuring, and deal terms Strong financial management, financial modeling, budgeting and analytical skills Self-Starter, with ability to immediately manage multiple transactions Possess an energetic mindset and have the experience to function quickly at full capacity, without the need for step-by-step instructions after a short ramp-up period Willing to travel 75% of the time Excellent sales and negotiation skills and proven track record in a budget driven environment Ability to manage challenging clients and situations and to resolve issues successfully Proven track record of working interdepartmentally and awareness of and sensitivity to cultural differences Qualifications Bachelor's degree in marketing, sales, communications or equivalent combination of related education and experience required. MBA is preferred. At least 3 years' experience in syndication and sales of private offerings and participation with negotiating transactions and leading the due diligence process Knowledge of C-Level suite sales, group dynamics, direct sales, customer maintenance techniques, negotiation skills, and the ability to effectively implement programs is preferred. Strong financial and analytical skills Good organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities effectively are required Strong understanding and experience with private securities settlement operations and systems Proactive, solutions oriented and highly responsive to both counterparty needs and internal requests Excellent oral and written communication skills, including training and presentation skills, are required Strong work ethic, organized, and attention to detail Must have advanced skills in Excel and PowerPoint (Microsoft Office Suite) Health Care industry experience is mandatory; oncology expertise a major plus The Tennessean. Keywords: Business Development Director, Location: Fresno, TX - 77545

Structural Aircraft Mechanic I   


IAP - Ingenuity and Purpose

IAP is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer

www.iapws.comJob Summary:

The Aircraft Mechanic I - Structures must be able to perform repairs of engines, sheet metal, structural, hydraulic, electrical, and perform general mechanical maintenance of moderate difficulty, required to meet the assigned missions. Work involves most of the following: planning and laying out all types of sheet-metal maintenance work from blueprints, models, or other specifications, setting up and operating all available types of sheet-metal working machines, using a variety of hand tools in cutting, bending, forming, shaping, fitting and assembling, and installing sheet-metal articles as required.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Troubleshoots malfunctions in aircraft structure, landing gear, flight surfaces and controls, anti- icing, pneudraulics, engines, auxiliary power unit, and ventilation and heating systems.

  • Repairs, replaces, and rebuilds aircraft structures, such as wings and fuselage, and functional components including rigging, surface controls, and plumbing and hydraulic units, using hand tools, power tools, machines, and equipment such as shears, sheet metal brake, welding equipment, rivet gun, and drills.

  • Locates cracks, breaks, holes, and dents in aircraft sheet metal structures and determines appropriate repairs from technical data to restore components to original strength.

  • Forms stringers, bulkheads and ribs and reinforces damaged or weakened skin on structural members. Reads and interprets blueprints and determines dimensions, angles, and contours in performance of structural repair.

  • Reads and interprets ARMY maintenance manuals, service bulletins, technical data, engineering data, and other specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components. Work involves replacing or repairing worn or damaged components, such as carburetors, alternators, magnetos, fuel controls, fuel pumps, oil pumps, and engine mounted gearboxes, and compressor bleed valves using hand tools, gauges, and testing equipment; removing engine from aircraft, using material handling equipment, disassembling and inspecting parts for wear, cracks, security, or other defects, and repairing or replacing defective engine parts and reassembles and installs engine in aircraft.

  • Adjusts, repairs, or replaces electrical wiring system and aircraft accessories.

  • Performs preflight, thru-flight, and post-flight maintenance inspections.

  • Performs miscellaneous duties to service aircraft, including flushing crankcase, cleaning screens and filters, greasing moving parts, and checking brakes.

  • Enters in the maintenance records description of the work performed and verifies the work was performed satisfactorily.

  • Services engines and airframe components at line station making repairs, short of overhaul, required to keep aircraft in safe operating condition, specialize in work, repair and modification of structural, precision, and functional spare parts and assemblies, and specialize in engine repair.

    Education & Experience:

    • Must have a High School degree or equivalent.

    • Experience in functions such as repairing and maintaining ARMY aircraft or related installed equipment.

    • Completion of a suffix specific basic or craftsman aircraft maintenance course is mandatory.

      Knowledge & Skills:

      • May require specialization in sheet-metal, electric work, avionics or other ARMY aircraft systems related disciplines.

        Security Clearance:

        • Must be able to obtain and maintain security clearances and access as required by the contract.

          Required Skills

          Required Experience

          Job Location

          Fresno, US-CA


Associate Dentist   

Our private practice client is looking for an additional associate dentist to handle tremendous growth and demand.--Our client is a successful and established member of the Fresno community and offers general dentistry as well as OS and endo specialty services within one location.Our client's team espouses their Core Values and Mission in everything they do - character, honesty, integrity, excellent technical skills and a servant's mindset.This is a wonderful opportunity for a practitioner with at least 2 years of clinical practice experience.--Perhaps you've experienced corporate dentistry and you're ready to transition to a private practice where you can see yourself as a long-term member of the team?--Or, if you've previously owned your own practice and love dentistry, but not the "business of dentistry", my client wants to talk with you!Experience Needed:Good hand speed and technical skills with bread & butter dental proceduresImplant restorations (not placement)CAD/CAM dentistryDigital DentistryDentrix experienceAnterior EndoQualities Highly Desired:Good characterTeam PlayerHumblePositive dispositionIf you are the right candidate, you will be highly compensated at a daily guarantee rate of $600 PLUS tiered bonus of an additional $600 to $700/day (potential daily w/ bonus of $1100 to $1300/day)!--You're only limited by what you can produce.--The 3 current dentists and 7 hygienists cannot handle all of the current demand.--In addition to a generous compensation package, you will be offered health benefits, malpractice, PTO, paid CE and license reimbursement.--If you feel that this opportunity may be a fit, please apply and tell us more about you.--You will be contacted by a member of Dental Team Finder to discuss this incredible opportunity.Upon applying, if you are qualified, you will be contact by a member of Dental Team Finder.--There is never a fee to be considered for one of our client's opportunities.--Or, for more information, you can reach out to Debbie Culp, you for your interest and we looking forward to potentially meeting you!

Prior Salary Can Justify Gender Pay Differences, US Supreme Court Is Told   

"There should be one, uniform answer to the important question whether the Equal Pay Act permits employers to base wages on prior pay," lawyers from Jones Day, representing the Fresno County superintendent of schools, asserted in a new petition at the U.S. Supreme Court.


Deadpool's 2020 Mock Draft 2.0 (4 replies)   

I decided 3 years ago I was going to change the way I operated as far as my half assed scouting. I would still do 3 mocks, but it would be post senior bowl, post combine, and pre-draft. Im not a website, so I don't need hits so I don't need to change my rankings or my mocks week to week for ad revenue. And to be honest, anyone that gets the draft process knows that players don't "rise" and "fall" week to week. Personal stuff might come up through team investigations of a player that make them slide or medical stuff. The senior bowl answers some questions, like can a D2 player compete with the big guys. How do they handle a pro style offense? How do they interview? The combine can confirm some stuff you think you see or don't see, but the combine is more for the interviews, drug tests and weigh ins.

As with any mock some assumptions have to be made. Here are mine: (from Mock 1.0 on 2/3/20)
1. Littleton does not resign. He qwill be just too expensive. He is the one guy I would resign. So I hope I'm wrong. (Correct)
2. Brockers does not resign. (Correct then incorrect. he resigned.)
3. Whitworth resigns - I think its on a reasonable 1 year deal. (Correct, it might go 2, but not the full length)
4. Blythe resigns - I am against this resigning, but I think they like him and he should be reasonable to sign...(Correct)
5. Fowler does not resign - I said this last year too, this time I mean it. (Correct)
6. Christian is resigned for S depth. (Wrong)
7. Greg Zuerlein resigns (wrong)
8. Weddle's option will not be picked up. (Correct)
9 .FA acquisitions - Last year I begged for Shaq Barrett, I'd like to thank Shaq for making me look really smart. lol. This year I would be all over Vic Beasley. He replaces Fowler. Another name I would love to see in horns would be 34 DE Derek Wolfe from Denver. (so not Beasley, but another edge Floyd. And not Wolfe but another DL in Robinson. So I got both positions right)

Just an FYI, 3 years ago Snead/McVay drafted 6 senior Bowl kids, 2 years ago they drafted 3 Senior Bowl kids (Noteboom, Obo and Demby) and 1 East West Shrine kid (Lawler), and last year they drafted Gaines from the Senior bowl. So again I would pay attn to those rosters. Esp with the lack of private visits.

With the Whit and Blythe resigned, the OL is mostly set, I will add 1 or 2 OL, LG and OC
Edge still needs a piece. Early. Later picks are just more of the same IMO.
ILB - Kiser is unproven, same with Howard (and add in undersized) Young is an interesting piece, and Reeder is not a starter.
DL - I think NT is set with SJD, Robinson and Gaines. And the Brockers resigning.
RB - with Gurley gone, another back will be added.
WR - with Thomas and Natson gone they will add one.
TE - set
QB - set
CB/S - might need some depth, esp. safety. Not a priority IMO
OTs - set for a year.

Now the draft. For the first time I am doing some trades, because I feel really strongly about them trading back. So the trades:
The Rams trade 2-52 and 7-234 to the Ravens for 2-60 and 5-157
The Rams trade 5-157 to the Packers for 5-175 and 7-242

2-60. Jordyn Brooks - ILB - Texas Tech - 6'-1" 240 lbs. - Great size for the position. Athletic, sideline to sideline thumper that was a tackle machine. Rams met with him at the combine.

previous pick: Leki Fotu - NT - Utah - He makes less sense with the Robinson signing.

Who else makes sense:

Any of the top 4 RBs: Jonathan Taylor, D'Andre Swift, JK Dobbins and Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Maybe Edwards-Helaire is available. Maybe Akers if they feel he is a fit.

Any of the top 3 IOL: Cesar Ruiz, Lloyd Cushenberry or Matt Hennessy. Of these guys maybe Hennessy would be available.

Pick a Edge rusher- Curtis Weaver, Julian Okwara, Terrell Lewis, Josh Uche

3-84. Jon Greenard - Edge - Florida - 6'-4" 263 lbs. - Great size for the position. Can handle the run and the pass, making him a potential 3 down edge. Reported hard worker on and off the field. Great length and decent athleticism.

Previous pick - Ben Bartch - OT - St Johns - I'm afraid his short arms limits him to the inside instead of a OT prospect.

Who else works:

Any left over Edge rushers from the list above if the Rams go another route with round 2. Add in Bradley Anae to that list.

A LG like Logan Stenberg or Robert Hunt makes sense.

RBs like Eno Benjamin or maybe even Cam Akers would work for me.

WR - literally any WR that slides could work. But IMO its still too early for a WR.

OT Matt Peart would be a nice developmental guy.

Maybe a ILB like Willie Gay or Evan Weaver could work. But I think Gay is too risky and its too early for Weaver. Obviously only if they don't draft a ILBer like Brooks earlier.

3-104. Tyler Biadasz - IOL - Wisconsin - 6'-4" 314 lbs. - OC for any scheme. Excellent mover with a great anchor and good strength. Off season hip surgery slowed him down last season. Followed by shoulder surgery this off season. Could be a heck of a steal.

Previous pick - had a 4th comp pick, so I missed by a round

Who else works:

Basically see above. Same round, 20 picks later. The ILBers make more sense. As does a WR.

4-126. Ben Bredeson - IOL - Michigan - 6'-5" 315 lbs. - A LG prospect I love that has played in Gap/man/OSZ at Mich so he is versatile. Decent mover with good balance and very good power that looks to finish blocks.

Previous pick - Bredeson. - He just makes so much sense to me.I had the same feeling about Kiser, JJ3 and Kupp that I do about this guy.
Who else makes sense:

I think Darrynton Evans - RB makes sense starting in round 4.

As does RB Antonio Gibson.

ILB Evan Weaver would be a steal at this point.

Akeem Davis-Gaither LB if you like him, this is his sweet spot.

Broken record alert - WRs galore. Should be good value. A guy like Tyler Johnson.

TE Thad Moss would be pretty nice if he was here.

5-175. Darrynton Evans - RB - App. State - 5'-11" 205 lbs. - A hr hitter with some ridiculous lateral agility. Can catch the ball and is a ST returner for added worth. A timeshare 3 down OZS starter the Rams have interviewed.

Previous pick: - I traded to get this pick, so no previous pick.

Who else makes sense:

WR Devin Duvernay if Evans is gone. He is a speed demon that loves contact. McVay could do all sorts of things with him. Easily replaces Natson and Thomas.

Pick a ILB - David Woodward, Shaq Quarterman are 2 of my favs. here.

CB Neville Clarke - I want to mock him to the Rams because i just love his game and think he is a poor mans Ramsey. So I would be all for this.

6-200. Mykal Walker - LB - Fresno State - 6'-3" 230 lbs. - according to 21Dog he has played DE, OLB and ILB. 21 likened him to Greenlaw. 3 things stick out to me when I watched him: quick with sideline to sideline ability. he's a quick processor, and he uses his hands to shed blocks really well. He can drop into coverage, he can rush the QB and brings some thump. Absolutely perfect ILBer for todays NFL defenses.

previous pick - yup, it was Walker. I cannot get off him either.

Who else makes sense:

Its the 6th round. Start filling holes. CBs, S, WR, RB, are all possibilities. Maybe a DL if they don't have one yet.

7-242. Quez Watkins - Southern Miss. - 6'-0" 185 lbs. - A tad light, but he is a legit 4.35 kid with top popping speed. He created separation just on the fear of his speed against lesser competition. Needs to add some LBs and needs to learn the nuances of route running. But he is a 5th WR. He has time to learn.

Previous pick - Derrek Tuszka - Edge - NDSU - I have enough edge rushers so I will take advantage of the deep WR class.

Who else makes sense: CBs, WRs, S. Another edge like Tuszka.

So I filled LG, OC, RB and WR on Offense. Edge, DL, ILB on defense. Thats about as good as I think i can get this thing, still a month plus out. The biggest issues I have with this is the ILB spot. I have zero feel for what the Rams think of the ILBers on their roster. And it feels like Walker is a year away from contributing, but to get an immediate contributer, I have to sacrifice a guy I really want at a position that really needs him.
Im also not convinced the Rams add 2 OL spots. But I have no feel for which one they would add if they were to only add 1. So I added 2. And both could start sooner then later.

The last thing. After giving Gurley the boot, are they serious about going into the season with Hendo, Brown and a 4th or 5th round rookie? Seems risky. I bet they absolutely love Swift and Dobbins, but know there is next to no chance they could get either one.
As always, any thoughts, concerns or criticisms are welcome. As are any questions

Home Lawn Tour | Home Garden Ideas   


Home Lawn Tour | Home Garden Ideas

Home Lawn Tour | Home Garden Ideas

This vlog is about my mother's lawn. She loves plants and has beautifully decorated her lawn. So I wanted to share home lawn designs and lawn ideas with you all.

Credit Sid Vlogs


Social Distancing Project: Making Anthony Falco(ish) Chilies   


I've been hanging onto this screenshot Via Adam Kuban on his Instagram stories for a number of months in preparation for times *just* like these.  Being stuck at home, I figured it was time to try something like this.  The problem?  I didn't have a ton of peppers, so I improvised. 

The recipe calls for 5 chilies - and it looks like Adam Kuban used jalapenos.  I had one jalapeno on hand.  And a couple of Fresno peppers.  And a bell pepper.  So, I used them all.  I also didn't have coriander seeds, so I just tossed in a little ground coriander. 

I've posted about Adam Kuban before - who is someone that I watch like a hawk when it comes to pizza.  He's both great at knowing/sharing/talking pizza and seems like a pretty great dude at the same time.  But, I haven't posted about the other guy mentioned in his story.

These are courtesy of "International Pizza Consultant" Anthony Falco - who you can find on Instagram @millenium_falco.

As for mine?  Here's what they look like after I sealed the jar below.  I think that if I had fermentation weights that I'd have used them on this project because the peppers were floating a bit.  Also, I used the 250 ml of water/250 ml of vinegar and my quart jar didn't fill up all the way. 

I let the jar cool, then stored it in the fridge.  I'm going to try to top a pizza with them this week.   What am I thinking about?  Well...funny enough, it is a reference to ANOTHER Adam Kuban-inspired pizza post about Speedy Romeo's "St. Louie" pizza that includes some pickled peppers like these in the jar.  


Addicted to Fresno 2015 720p BRRip 750MB MkvCage mkv   

Download: Estrenos HDRip en Castellano ! Watch online: torrent 3520783 Mary Poppins Returns 2018 NEW HDTS x264 AC3 ETRG Streaming: Back Street Girls: Gokudolls English Subbed . Torents: Saint Seiya - The Lost Canvas . Torents: Kuroko no Basket .

Healthcare: Travel Nurse RN - Progressive Care Unit - $1,944 per week - Orange, California   

trustaff is seeking a travel nurse RN Progressive Care Unit for a travel nursing job in Fresno, California:- Specialty: Progressive Care Unit- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, daysAdditional information: trustaff Job ID #490632. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Stepdown RN 12 HR AM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Stepdown Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Stepdown Registered Nurse is responsible for monitoring patients requiring frequent assessment, but are not unstable enough to need care in a critical or intensive setting. The Stepdown RN will monitor cardiac and other critical vital signs, detect changes, and work to prevent life-threatening situations.1+ year of recent Stepdown RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent specialty experience- Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.Let trustaff find your next adventure.For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it's easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers!Where do you want to go next?Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new - Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry.The benefits add up.--- Industry-Leading Pay--- Nurse and Allied Professional Openings--- 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide--- Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit--- Guaranteed Hours--- Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7--- Non-Profit Housing Department--- Full Benefits Package--- 401k with Employer Match--- Licensure Reimbursement--- Earn Great Bonuses--- Referral Bonuses up to $1,500!Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care.Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business.We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future.Our reputation speaks volumes:Distinguished 10 times by--Inc.--Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017)Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017)Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati--Business Courier--(2007-2017)Accredited by--The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare StaffingNamed to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017)'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016). This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, progressive care unit nurse. ()

36 vecinas de Villanueva del Fresno cosen batas para el SES    



Director of Investor Relations   

CA-Fresno, Experience in Fund and/or REIT capital raise with emphasis and understanding of 506 Regulation D fund exemption with accredited investors ? Develop the infancy stages of the fund and raise capital in connection with developing investor confidence and belief in the company’s vision and strategy for delivering shareholder value ? Develop a robust investor relations strategy and framework ? Create an

Accounting Clerk - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-0011432724 Classification: Accounting Clerk Compensation: $18.00 to $22.00 hourly Are you looking to work at a well-respected organiz... /jobs/job/J3R42Q6L0TLQ5B1G8ZV/Accounting-Clerk'>View Job Posting

Accounts Payable Clerk - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-0011433343 Classification: Accounts Payable Clerk Compensation: $15.00 to $18.00 hourly Accountemps has an exciting opportunity for a... /jobs/job/J3M1SH6ZC00284442JQ/Accounts-Payable-Clerk'>View Job Posting

Accounting Manager - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-9502534998 Classification: Accounting Manager/Supervisor Compensation: $25.00 to $35.00 hourly We are looking for an Accounting Manag... /jobs/job/J3P2986QG70DVVTQXMD/Accounting-Manager'>View Job Posting

Billing/Accounts Receivable Clerk - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-9502535031 Classification: Billing Clerk Compensation: $16.00 to $20.00 hourly Accountemps is in need of a Billing/Accounts Receivabl... /jobs/job/J3T79D6JT4VPR0WZXPW/Billing-Accounts-Receivable-Clerk'>View Job Posting

Full Charge Bookkeeper - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-9502535023 Classification: Full Charge Bookkeeper Compensation: $22.00 to $26.00 hourly A prominent property management firm that own... /jobs/job/J3R7L873XXP1NNZCCJC/Full-Charge-Bookkeeper'>View Job Posting

Cost Accountant - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-9502535008 Classification: Cost Accountant Compensation: $35.00 to $45.00 hourly We are working with a local manufacturing client on ... /jobs/job/J3M72B6QBW72YPMBKF6/Cost-Accountant'>View Job Posting

Accounting Specialist - CA - Fresno   

Ref ID: 00310-9502534958 Classification: Accounting Analyst Compensation: $16.00 to $20.00 hourly We are partnering with a major player in the ente... /jobs/job/J3Q7GM6F89KV6DJSKTM/Accounting-Specialist'>View Job Posting

NIN 09/20/2005 Fresno   

Added NotoriousTIMP's master MD upgrade transfer to the 09/20/2005 Fresno show.

Upcoming Boards   

Looks like Fresno's bogidope posting was taken down. Can anyone confirm that they are delaying UPT applications?

Top 5 Fresno News Websites To Follow in 2020 (City in California)   


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WM SR PRIVATE BKR UL (SAFE) | Wells Fargo   

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We Hope to See YOU in October for the 2020 Big Fresno Fair!   

You can do your part to help by staying HEALTHY…follow the guidelines of our health officials and taking care of yourself and your family.   Find the little things that make you HAPPY…the fresh air on a walk, encouraging sidewalk chalk art notes, a friendly wave shared with neighbors, laughter of your kids playing…whatever that … Continue reading "We Hope to See YOU in October for the 2020 Big Fresno Fair!"

Sales Manager, End User | Rockwell Automation   

Fresno, California, For the Right Candidate, Position Could be Worked From Anywhere in Northern CA Position Summary: Leads a team of 11 End User Account Managers. Executes a Disciplined Sales Process with acco

Attorney General Becerra: Failing to Learn from Mistakes in Protecting Americans’ Health and Safety, Trump Administration Moves Headlong to Roll Back Nation’s Clean Car Standards    

March 31, 2020
Contact: (916) 210-6000,

SACRAMENTO – California Attorney General Xavier Becerra today issued the following statement in response to the Trump Administration’s announcement finalizing a rule rolling back the nation’s Clean Car Standards:

 “The crippling consequences of the Trump Administration’s weakening of our nation’s health and safety standards are unfolding before our eyes. Now add to the list President Trump’s zeal to roll back our nationwide Clean Car Standards,” said Attorney General Becerra. “Today the richest, most powerful nation in the world is telling its 300 million-plus people and its economy to shut down and stay put for fear of contamination. Rather than learn from its deadly regulatory backsliding, the Trump Administration instead weakens standards that protect our health and environment from polluting contaminants emitted by cars and trucks. That’s unacceptable. And that’s not where California or America will go.”

 In October 2018, Attorney General Becerra, leading a coalition of 21 attorneys general and the cities of Oakland, Los Angeles, San Jose, San Francisco and New York, submitted comments detailing numerous, fundamental flaws with the Trump rollback proposal and demanding that the Trump Administration withdraw it. The month before, September 2018, Attorney General Becerra joined officials from around California to testify in defense of the nation’s existing Clean Car Standards at a public hearing in Fresno, California.

In a related action, Attorney General Becerra leads a coalition of 24 attorneys general and the cities of Los Angeles and New York challenging the Trump Administration’s unlawful attempt to undo California’s greenhouse gas emission and zero emission vehicle standards.

More information on Attorney General Becerra's efforts to defend our nation’s Clean Car Standards and California’s greenhouse gas emission and zero emission vehicle standards can be found at



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Used Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 Fresno CA 93650   


Mercedes-Benz GLA 250

Treat yourself to a test drive in the 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class. With less than 10,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Under the hood you'll find a 4 cylinder engine with more than 200 horsepower, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Turbocharger technology provides forced air induction, enhancing performance while preserving fuel economy. All of the premium features expected of a Mercedes-Benz are offered, including: delay-off headlights, 1-touch window functionality, automatic temperature control, power door mirrors and heated door mirrors, cruise control, an overhead console, and seat memory. Mercedes-Benz ensures the safety and security of its passengers with equipment such as: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, a security system, an emergency communication system, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. You'll never lose visibility with rain sensing wipers, which activate automatically when the drops start to fall. Our aim is to provide our customers with the best prices and service at all times. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


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Mercedes-Benz A-Class A 220

You can expect a lot from the 2019 Mercedes-Benz A220. With less than 10,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sedan prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Performance and efficiency are both prioritized thanks to the 2 liter 4 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Both high fuel economy and flexible performance are assured by the 7 speed automatic transmission. Mercedes-Benz prioritized fit and finish as evidenced by: front and rear reading lights, a trip computer, front dual-zone air conditioning, power moon roof, turn signal indicator mirrors, rain sensing wipers, and a split folding rear seat. Mercedes-Benz also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, head curtain airbags, traction control, ignition disabling, an emergency communication system, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Brake assist technology provides extra pressure when applying the brakes. This vehicle has achieved Certified Pre-Owned status, by passing Mercedes-Benz's comprehensive certification process. Our aim is to provide our customers with the best prices and service at all times. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


Used Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 Fresno CA 93650   


Mercedes-Benz GLC 300

Discerning drivers will appreciate the 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC It features an automatic transmission, rear-wheel drive, and a 2 liter 4 cylinder engine. The engine breathes better thanks to a turbocharger, improving both performance and economy. All of the premium features expected of a Mercedes-Benz are offered, including: front and rear reading lights, adjustable headrests in all seating positions, a leather steering wheel, fully automatic headlights, a power liftgate, a roof rack, and power seats. Mercedes-Benz also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags, head curtain airbags, traction control, brake assist, anti-whiplash front head restraints, a panic alarm, an emergency communication system, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. You'll never lose visibility with rain sensing wipers, which activate automatically when the drops start to fall. This vehicle has achieved Certified Pre-Owned status, by passing Mercedes-Benz's comprehensive certification process. We pride ourselves in consistently exceeding our customer's expectations. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


Social Worker (Caregiver Support Program Coordinator) | Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration   

Fresno, California, This position is eligible to participate in the Education Debt Reduction Program. See Learn more about this agency for more information. A Recruitment/Relocation Incentive may be authorized for a hig

Emergency Veterinarian in Fresno, CA (ER Mentorship Available!) | Fresno   

Fresno, California, Fresno Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center is looking to add an Emergency Veterinarian to its excellent team! We are ecstatic to be certified by VECCS (Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Soci

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Nurse Manager | California Cancer Associates for Research and Excellence (cCare)   

Fresno, California, Requirements Must bring 5+ years of chemotherapy administration experience. OCN certification and ONS Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Providers care required. BSN degree and active California nursing

Fresno California Urgent Care Physician   

Seeking a full time Urgent Care Physician for Urgent Care practice in Fresno California Compensation: 401k, health insurance, CME, partnership opportunity Salary $135/ hr We are looking for BC physicians in Family medicine, Internal medicine or Emergency Medicine Must be able to see all age patients from Peds to Geriatrics Please send CV to Brian Torchin. HCRC Staffing Seeking a full time Urgent Care Physician for Urgent Care practice in Fresno California Compensation: 401k, health insurance, CME, partnership opportunity Salary $135/ hr We are looking for BC physicians in Family medicine, Internal medicine or Emergency Medicine Must be able to see all age patients from Peds to Geriatrics Please send CV to Brian Torchin. HCRC Staffing
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