1979 Champion Motor Home 100 ASA National Tour.jpg
Held on April 15, 1979 at Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN
100 L, 50 M, 80.5 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 7 2 Mark Martin Baker-Howe Camaro 100
2 3 Ricky Knotts M&M Automotive Camaro 100
3 30 John Anderson Draime Racing Engines Camaro 99
4 24 Pat Schauer L.A.N Investments Camaro 98
5 99 Ray Young Jan's Truck Stop Camaro 98
6 11 Bob Coffey M&M Automotive Camaro 97
7 96 Harold Scott Scott Camaro 97
8 14 Frank Gawlinski Lange's Lounge Camaro 95
9 74 Richard Craig Kamron Machine Camaro 91
10 2 Ed Baer Jackson Tire Co. Camaro 89
11 65 Terry Shirley Kerry's Shell Camaro 84
12 12 Bob Sensiba Mike's Engine Camaro 77 rear end
13 24 Dave Roahrig Hop-Gap Camaro 74 crank shaft
14 1 Ed Hoffman Hoffman Camaro 60 engine
15 7 Don Gregory JEGS Hi Performance Cutlass 57 handling
16 88 Mike Eddy Moennin Bros Camaro 52 clutch
17 17 Randy Sweet Obie Camaro 47 crash
18 57 Johnny Banks Banks Alignment Camaro 46 oil leak
19 W1 Kenny Hemphill Warren Fabricating Camaro 44 handling
20 77 David Hall Vee Village Nova 33 transmission
21 15 Larry Gorman The Pit Stop Camaro 29 crash
22 37 Terry Senneker Anastor Camaro 23 ignition
23 69 Dave Lewis Lewis Towing Camaro 21 engine
24 7 Ron Porter Porter Trucking Camaro 13 engine
RACE DATA
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Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 00:36:01.82
Fast Qualifier: Ricky Knotts - 16.722 sec.
Heat Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/Template:(({HeatWinnersTemplate:))|[[:Template:]]}
Dash Winners: Terry SennekerRay YoungDave Roahrig
Consi Winners: Richard Craig
Non-Qualifiers Race Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/Template:(({NonQualWinnersTemplate:))|[[:Template:]]}
Margin of Victory:
Average Speed: 83.263 mph
Cautions: ?? for ?? laps - not available
Lead Changes: ?? among ?? drivers - Don Gregory 1; Randy Sweet 2-47; Mark Martin 48-100