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1979 Gould Twin Dixie 125

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 1979 Gould Dixie Twin 125 were the second and third rounds of the 1979 IndyCar season, held on April 22, at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, Georgia.

Race 1

United States 1979 Atlanta 1
Race details
Race 2 of 14 in the 1979 IndyCar season
Atlanta International Speedway.svg
Atlanta International Speedway until 1996
Date April 22, 1979
Official name Gould Dixie Twin 125
Location Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, Georgia, United States
Course Oval
1.540 mi / 2.450 km
Distance 82 laps
126.28 mi / 200.900 km
Weather Unknown
Pole position
Driver Johnny Rutherford (Team McLaren)
Time 27.166
Fastest lap
Driver Unknown (Unknown)
Time Unknown (on lap Unknown of 82)
Podium
First Johnny Rutherford (Team McLaren)
Second Lee Kunzman (Conqueste Racing Team)
Third Tom Sneva (Jerry O'Connell Racing)

Summary

Johnny Rutherford won the pole for the first race, with Gordon Johncock starting second, Mike Mosley in third, Danny Ongais in fourth, and Tom Sneva in fifth.

In the race, Rutherford and Johncock dominated the first 60 laps. After a caution period ended with just 14 laps to go, Lee Kunzman managed to jump out to the lead. Johnny Rutherford caught up to him with eight laps to go, and the two dueled, with Rutherford passing him on the penultimate lap and holding on to win.[1] Tom Sneva claimed third, Gordon Johncock fourth, and Rick Mears fifth.

Results

Pos Sta No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Led Pts
1 1 4 United States Johnny Rutherford Team McLaren 82 47:28.000 30 250
2 9 21 United States Lee Kunzman Conqueste Racing Team 82 - 12 200
3 5 1 United States Tom Sneva Jerry O'Connell Racing 82 - 7 175
4 2 20 United States Gordon Johncock Patrick Racing 82 - 32 150
5 11 9 United States Rick Mears Team Penske 82 - 0 125
6 7 2 United States Al Unser Chaparral Cars 82 - 0 100
7 8 12 United States Bobby Unser Team Penske 82 - 1 75
8 16 11 United States Tom Bagley Longhorn Racing 81 + 1 Laps 0 63
9 13 10 United States Pancho Carter Morales Motorsports 81 + 1 Laps 0 50
10 14 77 United States Salt Walther Walmotor 80 + 2 Laps 0 38
11 6 40 United States Wally Dallenbach Patrick Racing 79 + 3 Laps 0 25
12 18 34 Australia Vern Schuppan Wysard Racing 75 + 7 Laps 0 13
13 15 69 United States Joe Saldana Hoffman Racing 58 Fire 0 5
14 4 25 United States Danny Ongais Interscope Racing 56 Fuel Line 0 5
15 12 7 United States Steve Krisiloff Bob Fletcher Racing 53 Transmission 0 5
16 17 41 United States Bill Alsup WASP Racing 42 Over-Heating 0 5
17 3 36 United States Mike Mosley All American Racers 20 Gearbox 0 5
18 10 19 United States Spike Gehlhausen Gehlhausen Racing 12 Ignition 0 5

Lap Leader Breakdown

Leader Form Lap To Lap # Of Laps
Johnny Rutherford 1 10 10
Gordon Johncock 11 42 32
Johnny Rutherford 43 60 18
Bobby Unser 61 61 1
Tom Sneva 62 68 7
Lee Kunzman 69 80 12
Johnny Rutherford 81 82 2

Points standings after this race

Note: Only top ten are listed

Rank Driver Points Diff Pos Change
1 Johnny Rutherford 460 +2
2 Gordon Johncock 450 -10 -1
3 Rick Mears 365 -95 -1
4 Al Unser 280 -180 =0
5 Lee Kunzman 260 -200 +4
6 Bobby Unser 225 -235 -1
7 Tom Sneva 181 -279 +13
8 Tom Bagley 138 -322 =0
9 Mike Mosley 125 -335 -3
10 Wally Dallenbach 115 -345 -3

Race 2

United States 1979 Atlanta 2
Race details
Race 3 of 14 in the 1979 IndyCar season
Atlanta International Speedway.svg
Atlanta International Speedway until 1996
Date April 22, 1979
Official name Gould Dixie Twin 125
Location Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, Georgia, United States
Course Oval
1.540 mi / 2.450 km
Distance 82 laps
126.28 mi / 200.900 km
Weather Unknown
Pole position
Driver Johnny Rutherford (Team McLaren)
Time Winner of Race 1
Fastest lap
Driver Unknown (Unknown)
Time Unknown (on lap Unknown of 82)
Podium
First Johnny Rutherford (Team Mclaren)
Second Rick Mears (Team Penske)
Third Al Unser (Chaparral Cars)

Summary

Johnny Rutherford won the pole for the second straight race, with Lee Kunzman, Tom Sneva, Gordon Johncock, and Rick Mears rounding out the top five. The race was dominated by Rutherford, who led 61 of the 82 laps, being only challenged by Bobby Unser and Salt Walther, who led 13 laps thanks to pit shuffling. Rick Mears placed second, Al Unser, who ran out of fuel on the last lap [2] claimed third, Bobby Unser fourth and Tom Sneva fifth.

Results

Pos St No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Led Pts
1 1 4 United States Johnny Rutherford Team McLaren 82 45:40.000 61 250
2 5 9 United States Rick Mears Team Penske 82 - 1 200
3 6 2 United States Al Unser Chaparral Cars 82 - 0 175
4 7 12 United States Bobby Unser Team Penske 82 - 7 150
5 3 1 United States Tom Sneva Jerry O'Connell Racing 81 + 1 Lap 0 125
6 14 25 United States Tom Bagley Longhorn Racing 81 + 1 Laps 0 100
7 8 11 United States Danny Ongais Interscope Racing 81 + 1 Lap 0 75
8 11 40 United States Wally Dallenbach Patrick Racing 80 + 2 Laps 0 63
9 4 20 United States Gordon Johncock Patrick Racing 80 + 2 Laps 0 50
10 10 77 United States Salt Walther Walmotor 79 + 3 Laps 13 38
11 9 10 United States Pancho Carter Morales Motorsports 78 + 4 Laps 0 25
12 12 34 Australia Vern Schuppan Wysard Racing 74 Out of Fuel 0 13
13 13 69 United States Joe Saldana Hoffman Racing 72 + 10 Laps 0 5
14 18 35 United States Larry Rice S&M Electric 62 + 20 Laps 0 5
15 15 41 United States Bill Alsup WASP Racing 52 Over-Heating 0 5
16 17 19 United States Spike Gehlhausen Gehlhausen Racing 13 Oil Leak 0 5
17 16 36 United States Mike Mosley All American Racers 3 Engine 0 5
18 2 21 United States Lee Kunzman Conqueste Racing Team 3 Gearbox 0 5

Lap Leader Breakdown

Leader From Lap To Lap # Of Laps
Johnny Rutherford 1 7 7
Bobby Unser 8 14 7
Johnny Rutherford 15 25 11
Salt Walther 26 38 13
Johnny Rutherford 39 68 30
Rick Mears 69 69 1
Johnny Rutherford 70 82 13


Points standings after this race

Note: Only top ten are listed

Rank Driver Points Diff Pos Change
1 Johnny Rutherford 710 =0
2 Rick Mears 565 -145 +1
3 Gordon Johncock 500 -210 -1
4 Al Unser 455 -255 =0
5 Bobby Unser 375 -335 +1
6 Tom Sneva 306 -404 +1
7 Lee Kunzman 265 -445 -2
8 Tom Bagley 213 -497 =0
9 Wally Dallenbach 178 -532 +1
10 Mike Mosley 130 -580 -1

External links


Previous race:
1979 Arizona Republic /
Jimmy Bryan 150
Indy Car Indycar World Series
1979 season
Next race:
1979 Indianapolis 500
Previous race:
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Gould Twin Dixie 125 Next race:
1979 Rich's Atlanta Classic
Same Season
  1. ^ "Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey on April 23, 1979 · Page 40". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2018-10-01.
  2. ^ "Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey on April 23, 1979 · Page 40". Newspapers.com. Retrieved 2018-10-01.
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