1981 Pepsi-Cola 200 ASA National Tour.jpg
Held on June 13, 1981 at O'Reilly Raceway Park in Brownsburg, IN
200 L, 137.2 M, 220.8 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 3 84 Bob Senneker Baker Engineering Camaro 200 79 running
2 2 99 Dick Trickle Superamerica Camaro 200 0 running
3 8 88 Mike Eddy Baker Engineering Camaro 200 0 running
4 5 66 Rusty Wallace Childs Tire Camaro 200 25 running
5 6 21 Pat Schauer RECO, Inc. Camaro 200 35 running
6 Bob Strait Camaro 199 0 running
7 Alan Kulwicki Radio WLPX 97 Camaro 199 0 running
8 Chuck Roumell Kelly's Body Shop Camaro 199 0 running
9 Don Gregory A-1 Auto Service, JEGS Camaro 199 0 running
10 Mike Opperman Quality Metal Products Camaro 197 0 running
11 John Knaus EWT, Beechner Heat Camaro 196 0 running
12 Gene Harsch Dillingham-Morrow Suzuki Camaro 195 0 running
13 Doug Klein Klein TV & Appliance Camaro 183 0 running
14 Ryl Magoon J & H Oil Camaro 182 0 running
15 Tom Harrington BFI Waste Systems Camaro 181 0 running
16 Ken Harrison Love's Body Shop Regal 180 0 accident
17 Jeep Pflum Don's Crankshaft Camaro 153 0 oil pressure
18 Mark Martin AMSOIL Camaro 115 61 fuel pump
19 Pancho Carter Mountain Dew Cavalier 85 0 engine
20 John Martin Martin Auto Parts Camaro 81 0 push rod
21 Ray Young Camaro 69 0 ignition
22 Butch Miller Baker Engines Camaro 62 0 rear end
23 Harold Scott Dan's Auto Ranch Camaro 60 0 handling
24 L.J. Lines Camaro 49 0 suspension
25 Bobby Tinkham Camaro 0 0 accident
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 1h:40:35
Fast Qualifier: Mark Martin - 22.381 sec.
Heat Winners:
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Margin of Victory:
Average Speed: 71.830 mph
Cautions: 7 for 46 laps - not available
Lead Changes: 4 among 4 drivers - Mark Martin (1-61); Rusty Wallace (62-86); Bob Senneker (87); Pat Schauer (88-122); Senneker (123-200).