1981 Memorial 100 ASA National Late Model Sportsman Series.jpg
Held on May 17, 1981 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 45 Glenn Ohlmann Truck Service Company Camaro 100 11 running
2 34 Steve Christman Hart's Auto Parts Camaro 100 53 running
3 71 John Wilson Springfield Diesel Camaro 100 0 running
4 25 Steve Moore Love's Body Shop Camaro 100 0 running
5 16 Bobby Blount Robinson Tax Service Camaro 99 0 running
6 77 Bob Kohlmeyer Zimmerman Excavating Thunderbird 98 0 running
7 94 Ed Schubert Dairy Queen, Dick's Crane Camaro 96 0 running
8 32 Jamie Neville Neville Trucking Camaro 95 0 running
9 68 Ken Smith Kentwood Automotive Camaro 92 0 running
10 43 Bill Noel Camaro 90 0 running
11 70 Larry Brooks Camaro 89 0 running
12 28 Tom Priddy Loading Zone Tavern Camaro 78 0 running
13 98 Keith Gardner Camaro 68 0 spun
14 88 Willie Stutzman Du Mor Soft Water Camaro 61 0 accident
15 3 Mickey Flora Modern Chevrolet Camaro 50 0 oil pressure
16 51 Vic Hellis Muffler King Camaro 45 0 engine
17 05 Larry Meadors Gaerte Engines Camaro 44 0 driveshaft
18 91 Keith Stormes Poplar Level Auto Parts Camaro 41 0 transmission
19 35 Buddy Schrock Competition Engines Camaro 40 36 transmission
20 11 Jim Nusbaum Camaro 13 0 piston
21 15 Rick Rhonemus Camaro 5 0 oil leak
22 80 James Cox Firebird 4 0 suspension
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 0h:43:43
Fast Qualifier: Buddy Schrock - 17.263 sec.
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Margin of Victory:
Average Speed: 68.620 mph
Cautions: 4 for 27 laps - not available
Lead Changes: 2 among 3 drivers - Buddy Schrock (1-36); Steve Christman (37-89); Glenn Ohlmann (90-100).