We went to the Nationals from 1988-2003 and 95 was really something.Steve,coming from 14th to win tied the record for starting the furthest back and winning.In the B-Main,Dave Blaney went from 14th to win it and even lapped the pole sitter-Kenny Jacobs. Jeff Swindell finished 4th. In the A,Steve ran high and low but very smooth and came right up on the leader(Mark Kinser) and made the pass stick. Blaney had been running the same way from his 21st starting position along with Jeff Swindell from his 24thy starting spot! Very late it looked like Blaney was going to get Steve but the yellow came out and on the restart he just didn't go.Jeff got by Blaney,who fell to 4th and Steve won.I don't remember who was 3rd. 3 of the 1st 4 finishers came from 14th-21st and 24th! Between the B-Main and A-Main the races were just terrific! By the way,Donnie Schatz now holds the record for starting furthest back-21st!