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The Orlando Sentinel, Thursday, August 28, 1 997 B-3 Bodine's team restarts after Bristol When Geoff Bodine hired Tim Brewer as his new team manager less than two weeks ago, he hoped it would stir things on his race team. It didn't even take a week. Crew chief Pat Tryson quit during Saturday's Goody's 500 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway after Brewer took control in the pits. Bodine lost two laps in the pits after stopping earlier than the leaders for gas and tires. As soon as Bodine left pit road, the race was put under a caution period, meaning everyone else stopped without giving up a lap. That left Bodine two laps down. "Pat just quit in the middle of the race," Brewer said. "The call to come down pit road was a little bit early. The rule of .thumb is, you don't stop until the leader stops. That put us two laps down and put pressure on a lot of people." When Tryson tried to figure out a plan to get Bodine back on the lead lap, Brewer took control. "There was a lot of people chatting on the radio, and I told them to let me talk," Brewer said. "The next thing I know, he sat his radio down and left." On Monday, Brewer offered Tryson his job back, but the crew chief packed his tools and hasn't returned. "I told him the best thing he could do is get back to work," Brewer said. "I offered him his job back twice on Monday, and he walked out. This isn't Tim Brewer's fault. I've got no problem with him. "Pat's a great set-up man and a good crew chief. I have no problem with that, but it was a bad call to come onto pit road early, and nobody was critical of that. My job was to help Geoff Bodine get his two laps back." NASCAR officials responded to Inside auto racing DON COBLE Florida's $11.3 billion tobacco settlement with a mixture of relief and wariness. The writing on the wall at stock-car races will remain as is, for now. The settlement, reached Monday, called for a ban on outdoor advertising in sports stadiums within six months. But it exempted national touring events, such as NASCAR, from those restrictions. "Our status as a multistate sports and entertainment industry, that had as much to do with it as anything," NASCAR spokesperson John Griffin said. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. has been the title sponsor for NASCAR's premier series, the Winston Cup, for almost 27 years, pumping more than $30 million of bonus money into the points system since 1971. Their partnership could be threatened, however, by the proposed $368.5 billion national settlement, pending approval from Congress and President Clinton. The national settlement, which may reach Congress as early as this fall, would ban cigarette advertising at all auto-racing events. "Right now, for the most part, it's business as usual," Griffin said. "The federal agreement is still in the background, and we're not sure what the federal results are going to be. . . . That's going to be a long process." Business as usual has been very good in Daytona. The Winston Cup points purse has grown from an initial $100,000 in 1971 to the current $4 million, including $1.5 million for the champion. According to NAS- CAR figures, 5.5 million spectators attended races in 1996. In 1990, that figure was 3.3 million. Speculation is that NASCAR, with its powerful surge in the '90s, can survive a nationwide ban on cigarette advertising. It was able to sidestep the state battle. NASCAR played no active role in the settlement Monday or securing its exemption, Griffin said. f The University of Central Florida was represented at Bristol. The only university in the country that offers a master's degree in race-car engineering debuted an alternative fuel at the Goody's 500. UCF's College of Engineering blended hydrogen and methane to make a fuel that not only generates few pollutants but is adaptable to existing cars. A 1994 Ford Ranger pickup truck, powered by the new fuel, participated in the prerace parade lap. V v V SHORT TRACKS: Sarona Winfrey, a former employee of WFTV-Channel 9 in Orlando and Walt Disney World, is the new director of public relations at Texas Motor Speedway. . . . Look for Nike to make a big jump into racing. The sneaker company apparently is looking to sponsor a Winston Cup or Busch Series car. . . . A lot of the job shuffling for 1998 appears to be settled. Jimmy Spencer signed a contract extension to drive the Camel car again next year, and that left Ernie Irvan scrambling. Now it looks as if he will be the replacement to Derrike Cope, who was told last weekend that he will not be brought back on the Skittles team next season. Another move being considered is crew chief Buddy Parrott leaving Jeff Burton's team to take over for rookie Kenny Irwin's Havoline car. NASCAR Winston Cup standings POINT LEADERS THROUGH SUNDAY ASSOCIATED PRESS Strategy session. 'We have to look back at how we won at Darlington 3 times: . . . by not being overly aggressive,' Jeff Gordon (left) says. So far, only Elliott has won 3 of 4 big races for $1 million GORDON from B-1 earned a $100,000 bonus. The Southern 500 can add another $900,000. The track most veterans say is the most difficult to drive has yielded three victories in nine career starts for Gordon, including the past two Southern 500s. None has been more important than Sunday's race, though, because the Winston Million would bring worldwide attention to stock-car racing. "This could be my only opportunity to do it, so we're going to go all-out to try and make it happen," Gordon said. "There's a million dollars on the line for us and nobody else. Focus is going to be a really big key to it We have to look back at how we won at Darlington three times: The way we did it was not being overly aggressive." Bill Elliott won the Winston Million in 1985. It was a victory that pushed racing to the front page of most sports sections. Since then, Darrell Waltrip (1989), Davey Allison (1992) and Jarrett (1996) each came to Darlington with two wins in the big four, but none was able to beat the 48-year-old, 1.366-mile, egg-shaped oval "They don't have to do anything different," Jarrett said of Gordon's race strategy. "They're smart enough to realize that. They'll go about their business as normal." Not only does the driver have to worry about preparing his car and surviving 500 miles at a track with a reputation for being tough to drive, but he also must be able to deal with the crush of media and fan attention. Elliott surrounded himself with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, and Gordon plans to do the same. Gordon also will surround himself with an army of public-relations workers who will keep their client an arm's length from the media. History doesn't favor Gordon's chances. 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Me Jam 3089 22 4 13 15 1838082 ITerryLabonte 3030 22 0 7 17 1,482,189 5JeBmon 2979 22 2 10 14 1.384789 6 DateEarTadl 2865 22 0 3 10 1,171,064 7BobbyLabor8 2760 22 0 5 13 1,346,579 8TedMu8rjrar8 2597 22 0 5 7 664,324 fi.Biaoll 2591 22 0 3 10 1,029,537 10, RckyHudd 2534 22 2 5 9 1539,770 POIHTS 11, Jeremy Mayfett, 2.510. 12, Johnny Benson, 2,489. 13, Rusty Wallace, 2.439. 14, Ken Schrader. 2380. 15, Ernie Irvan, 2.340. 16, Michael Waltrip, 2.306. 17, Dam Waltrip. 2,267. 18, Kyle Petty. 224. 19. Jmny Spencer 2,216. 20. Swing Marin, 2,179. PRIZE MONEY mistake. "I feel like we've got to have a perfect race to win and a perfect race car, and I've got to be on the best game I've ever been," Gordon said. "We can win the race. We're a good enough team. "I like the guy who keeps the tires on best, regardless of what make or model car you're driving. I like Darlington, a place that comes down to the final 50 or 75 miles." If Gordon has tire problems, it will not be the first time. Twice this year he has gotten a flat tire in the first 25 laps of a race, and he has come back to win both. Gordon's team is taking the race seriously. It postponed plans to test its Chevrolet at the Watkins Glen, N.Y., road course and used the test to prepare for Darlington. Gordon then won at Watkins Glen anyway. "We've definitely had to change a few things," Gordon said. "But we tried not to get off our game plan for the total year and the whole season. "A lot of people have asked me what a million dollars means to me. That means a lot . . . Not just the money, but knowing that only one other guy has ever done it before is what makes it so prestigious." Gordon won 10 races last year and has eight victories and $2.5 million in winnings with 10 starts left in 1997. While he has been the favorite to win every week, he also has had his share of problems. Counting last week's 35th-place finish at Bristol, Term., Gordon has six finishes out of the top 20. And yet, he's only 13 points less than three finishing positions behind series leader Mark Martin of Daytona Beach. "It's a bonus if we win it," Gordon said. "If we finish second or third, it's still a good race for the championship. Our main goal is to finish the race. I hope we're in position to win. . . . "If it comes down to a battle between two or three guys, you're going to see Jeff get pretty aggressive. There are going to be some things on the line that haven't been on the line for any other race. That's when the desire to win overtakes what you're doing out there on the track." 11, Bl Eton, $1,029,537. 12 SMnp, Marin, $965,090. 13, Bobby HarnDon. $894950. 14, Tad Musgrave, $854,324. 15, John Andrett, $832,419. 16. Johnny Benson. $827,789. 17, Ricky Craven, $826,150. 18, Ken Schrader S783279 19, Mi-chael Watnp, $754,674. 20, Jmmy Spencer $753,044. CART PPG Cup standings THROUGH SUNDAY 1. Alex ZanarrJ, 168 2. Ql Oe Ferrari, 130. 3. Paul Tracy. 121. 4. Greg Moore, 111.5. Michael Andrett, 106. 6. Scotl Prued. 96 7. Mauncb Gugetnin, 95. 8. Jmmy Vasser, 90 9. Raul Boesel, 78. 10. Mark Bkmdel, 73. 11. Bobby Rahal, 90. 12 Bryan Hena, 58. 13. Al Unser Jr., 55. 14. Chnstan Fittpaldi, 34 15. Parker Johnstone, 31. 16. Andre Ribeiro, 29. 17. Pamck Carpenter, 27. 18. Roberto Moreno, 13. 19. Adrian Fernandez, 13. 20. Richie Heam, 10, 21. Daho FrancMU, 10. 22. Juan Fangio II, 6. 23. Max Papis, 7. 24. Dermis Vitok), 8 25. Hire Matsushita. 4. 26. Gualter Sales, 4. 27. Michel Jourdan Jr., 1. 28. Amd Meier, 1. 29. Cb tan Oanrer. 1. Formula One point standings THROUGH SUNDAY 1. Mehael Schumacher Germany, 66. 2 Jacques Vleneuve, Canada 54. 1 Jean Ak, France, 22 (be) Here-HaraU Frert-zan, Germany, 22 5. Gerhard Berger, Austa. 20 & Edd vre, Brian, 18 (lie) Mlka Hakknen. Frtand, 18. & Okner Paris. France, 15. 9. David Coulhard. Brian 14. (He) Gancarlo F chela, My, 14. 11. Johnny Herbert. Brian. 13 12 Rat Schumacher, Germany, 11. 13. Damon Hi. Britain, 7. 14. Rubene Bamcheto, Brazil, 6. 15. Alexander Win. Austria. 4. 16 Jamo Trui, Italy. 3. 17. Mka Sato, Friend. 2 18. Nicola Lam, Italy, 1. (He) Stunr, Nakano. Japan, 1. NASCAR Busch Grand National point standings THROUGH SUNDAY 1. Randy LaJoie, 3,407 2 Todd Bodine, 3277. 3. Sieve Park, 2,993. 4. Phi Parsons, 2,885. 5 Buckshot Jones, 2791 . 6. Eton SarJer, 2,743 7. Mice McLaugran, 2,738 8 Elton Sawyer, 2713. 9. Tm Fedewa. 2.635. 10. Kevin Lepage, 2620. 11. Jason Kefer, 2583. 12 Heme Sadler. 2571. 13. Mark Green. 2482. 14. Dick TncWe. 2.356. 15. MM Won. 2279. 16. Tracy leste. 2230. 17. Gkmn Allen. 2088 18. Joe Bassey, 2.066. 19. Steve Reeves. 2,051 20 Jet Futsr, 2028. 21. Jell Green. 1.896. 22 OenrK Setzer. 1886 23. Johnny Chapman, 1866. 24. Shane Hal 1 .803. 25. Matt Kenseth. 1528. NHRA point standings THROUGH SUNDAY Top Fust - 1. Gary Sceto, 1.299 2 Joe Amato, 1,111 3. Cory MrXlenathan. 1.107 4. Scott KaNtta. 941. 5. Kenny Bernstein, 828 5 Bob Vandergif, 756. 7. Mike Durm, 751. 8. Larry Dixon, 661. 9. Tony Schumacher, 636. 10. Shety Anderson, 628. 11. Bruce Sarver, 585. 12. Eddie Hi, 560. 13. Jim Head, 476. 14. Cnsten Powel. 452. 15. Doug Herbal 380. 16. Come Kaitta. 275. 17. Tommy Johnson Jr., 212, 18, David Grubmc, 196. 19. Rhonda Hartman. 175. 20. Spe Gorr, 163. Funny Car 1. John Force, 1.177. 2 writ Bazemore. I. 006. 3. Chuck Etctx. 909. 4. Tony Pedregon, 903. 5. Cruz Oregon. 819 8 Randy Anderson. 814, 7. Kerf OkazaW, 773 8. Ron Capps, 753 9. Dean Skuza. 671. 10 Del Worsham. 641. II. Gary Densham. 638. 12. Mark Oswald. 581. (In) Tm Wfcer-son 581. 14. Al Hdmanrt 498 15. Tom Hoover, 486 16 Gary Bolger, 277. 17. Retard Hanman. 230. 16. Ray Hiojey, 223. 19. Cory Lee. 186 20. Frerjda Nedy, 182 Pro Stock 1. Jim Yates. 1369 2 Warren Johnson, 1224. 1 Kurt Johnson. 1.126 4. Bruce Alen. 604 5. Sieve Schmrt, 789 6 Tom Marino. 694. 7. George Mamel. 613 6 Mike Edwards, 577. 9. Troy Coughm, 565. 10. Scott GeoJnon, 568. 11. Mark Pawuk, 539. 12. Dam Aldermen. 515. 13. Pete Wams, 480. 14. Larry Morgan, 452 16. Terry Adame, 382 18 Mke Thomas, 366. 17. Jerry Eckman, 341. 18. Desler Cameron, 340. 19. Mike Bel. 297 20. Ron Kosher. 271 . Pre Suck Motorcycle -1. Matt Hiies. 977. 2. John Myers. 762. 3. Daw) Schullz. 745. 4. John Smith. 589. 5 Angefc Seeling, 540. 6. Hector Arana, 475 7. Greg Underdahl. 468. 8. Steve JoWi, 392. 9. Stephanie Reaves, 348. 10. Gary Tonojel 335 11. Ron Avers. 305. 12 Joey Bartone. 231. 13. U. Smth. 217. 14. Geno Scat 198. 15 Redel Harris, 196. 16 Paul Gast 172. 17 Bran DaLong. 165 18. Russ Nyberg, 135 19. Bran Avers, 132 20 JoeDeSarts, 114 Craftsman SuperTruck Series point standings THROUGH SUNDAY 1. Jack Sprague. 2.891. 1 ftch BrMe. 2806. 1 Ron Hon day 2.787. 4. Joe Ruttman, 2780. 5 Mke Bias, 2569. 6 Jmmy Hersey, 2528 7. Rick Care, 2.517. 8. Jay Sauler. 2437 9. Chuck Sown. 2396 10. Rk Crawtard, 2367. 11. Butch Mer. 2,342. 12. Kenny hum. 2.325 13. Dave Rezendas, 2256. 14. Stacy tompton, 2,146, 15. Boris Said, 2066. 16 Bob Kese-towski, 2,054. 17. Tony Raines, 2,052. 18. Tammy Jo Krk. 1,981. 19. Bryan Reflner, 1,916. 20. Tony Roper, 1,892 21. Doug George, 1,550 22. Terry Cook. 1,388 23. Mchael Dokken, 1 ,331 . 24. Dan Press, 1 ,189. 25. Tobsy Butler, 1 ,154. IRL point standings THROUGH SUNDAY 1. Tony Stewart 264. 2 CHvey Hamon, 244. 3. Eddie Che-em 216 4 Ane Luyendyk. 213. 5 Marco Greco. 205. Ite) Buddy Lazar. 205 7. Robert) Guerrero, 200 8 Buzz Cams. 197. 9 Scot Goodyear. 193 10 Etsso Saazar. 172 11. Mike Grof. 169. 12 StBphan Gregorre. 186 13 Jm Gulhra. 155 14. John Paul Jr. 140. 15 Atlonso Garlone. 139. 16. RocoaBuri, 138 17. ei Boat 137 18. Mark Dsmcra, 128 19 Kenny Brack. 124 20 Vcenzo Scspn. 121 21 Scot Sharp. 119 22 Rorjoe Grot 116 23. Jack Mier, 108. 24. Johmy Unser, 91. 25. Fer-mrVeB!, 82 Y1BE if Mil i TOo M I A...... I."V t CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY Saturday August 30th UNION PARK 1451 Alafaya Trail 823-9275 FREEI Hot Dogi I Hamburger r i mm mm I l 4 ures iWKea . 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