6:22
Tech is still unofficial here at Gresham, but we’re calling it a night. Continue to check Speed 51’s Facebook page for more information. 
5:48
We just got confirmation from Ross Kenseth that he has been disqualified from his second-place finish for a carburetor infraction. 
5:46
Once again we would like to thank our sponsor the 45th Annual Governor’s Cup. We will be there live with Trackside Now coverage and a live radio broadcast on RaceTalkRadio.com
4:46
The big wreck on lap 8. (GMP Media)
4:33
Comment From jerry with ARBodies 

Congrats to Justin Wakefield and the crew on your big win. 

4:30
Justin Wakefield in victory lane at the World Crown 300.
4:30
Comment From shep 

Congrats to Jake, Justin and the whole 98 crew!!! 

4:30
Comment From Guest 

wooohoo Wakefield!!! Great guy great team!! 

4:30
Comment From Saint John NB 

Way to go Lonnie Sommerville! Great Run! 

4:30
Comment From Sandi 

Good job racing Ross!! Congratulations on a great race!!!! 

4:24
Unofficial Results:
1. Justin Wakefield
2. Ross Kenseth
3. Jeff Fultz
4. Lonnie Sommerville
5. Paul Kelley
6. Chase Elliott
7. Boris Jurkovic
8. Bubba Pollard
9. Cale Gale
10. Dwayne Buggay
11. Casey Smith
12. Jerrod Foley
13. Donnie Wilson
14. Eddie Hoffman
15. Rodney Benefield
16. Jimmy Garmon
17. Allen Karnes
18. Russell Fleeman
19. Dylan Presnell
20. Josh Hamner
21. Augie Grill
22. Johnny Henderson
23. Casey Roderick
24. Mike Garvey
25. TJ Reaid 
4:17
CHECKERD FLAG: Justin Wakefield wins the World Crown 300! 
4:17
3 laps to go for Justin Wakefield. He has a half straightaway lead. 
4:16
5 laps to go. Kenseth puts pressure on Fultz for second. 
4:16
Wakefield leads over Fultz and Kenseth. Elliott has fallen back to 7th. 
4:15
GREEN FLAG: Elliott elects to start from the outside. Elliott dosent go on the start and holds back. Wakefield and the whole inside row moves forward. 
4:13
Their are only 12 cars still running on the track. Only the top 7 are on the lead lap. Paul Kelly is the winner of the lucky dog for this caution. 
4:12
11 Laps to go. The last 10 laps must be run under green. 
4:11
YELLOW FLAG: Wakefield and Kenseth make contact on the front stretch, Kenseth spins in one and two. 
4:10
Running Order:
Elliott
Wakefield
Kenseth
Fultz
Jurkovic
Sommerville
Kelley
Pollard 
4:09
Chase Elliott has now worked up a 2.4 second lead. 
4:08
Kenseth is all over Wakefield for second. 
4:08
17 laps to go. 
4:07
Chase Elliott has worked up a one second lead, while Kenseth and Wakefield were busy battling eachother. 
4:06
Wakefield looks under Kenseth again and pulls away. 
4:06
Kenseth gives it right back to Wakefield and takes the spot back. 
4:05
Elliot pulls away from Kenseth. Justin Wakefiels gets into the left rear of Kenseth and snaches the spot. 
4:05
They are still side by side. 
4:04
At the stripe, Ross Kenseth leads Elliott by .001 
4:04
GREEN FLAG: Elliott elects to start the race from the outside groove. Kenseth and Elliot are door to door. 
4:03
Comment From Da 

I be Dam!!! 

4:02
Comment From 25 farm and fleet racing 

Go Ross! 

4:02
Only the top six are still on the lead lap. 
4:01
$20,000 is on the line for the winner of this race. 
4:01
When we return to green Chase Elliott will lead Ross Kenseth, Jeff Fultz, Justin Wakefield, Boris Jurkovic and Lonnie Sommerville. 
3:59
YELLOW FLAG: Donnie Wilsons motor has just blown up. Lap 264. 
3:59
Kenseth taps Fultz and takes third. 
3:58
Wilson works on the outside of Fultz for second. 
3:58
GREEN FLAG: Chase Elliott elects to start on the outside. He gets a good run off turn two and clears Fultz. 
3:57
Lap 257. Justin Wakefield has gone back into the pits for more adjustments. 
3:56
Boris Jurkovic is in a former KBM car. 
3:56
Comment From Guest 

who were the anouncers saying bought a kbm car? 

3:55
Chase Elliott wins the race off pit road over Jeff Fultz, Boris Jurkovic, Donnie Wilson, Ross Kenseth and Justin Wakefield. 
3:54
Bubba Pollard is currently being scored two laps down as the leaders all head into the pits. 
3:53
Comment From Sandi 

Way to go Ross!! You can win this!!!! 

3:53
Lap 253. Pollard rolls away and is headed into the pits. 
3:52
YELLOW FLAG: Pollard parks his car in turn four. 
3:52
Kenseth makes the pass over Elliott for third and pulls away. 
3:51
Bubba Pollard has fallen back. He may have a problem. He has gone a lap down and continues to fall back. 
3:50
Comment From Jake 

Bubba, keep all four tires on the track this year. Gooo Bubba 

3:49
Ross Kenseth has caught Chase Elliott for third. 
3:49
Comment From Bambi 

bubba bubba he’s our man if he can’t do it nobody can! 

3:48
Running Order:
Wilson
Wakefield
Elliott
Kenseth
Pollard
Jurkovic
Fultz
Sommerville
Kelley
Buggay
Smith
Gale
Foley
Benefield
Hoffman
Garmon
Karnes
Fleeman
Presnenall
Hamner
Grill
Henderson
Roderick
Garvey 
3:46
Working lap 223. Wakefield still on Wilsons bumper. 
3:46
Yes, the teams all still have one set of tires left. 
3:45
Comment From Mike 

one set of tires left for the leaders? 

3:45
Comment From Clara 

Awesome coverage , go Wakefield !!! 

3:45
Comment From Kenny Chesney 

Come on Bubba! You got this!!! 

3:45
Bubba Pollard is still the second fastest car on the track. However, he hasnt made up any ground on Ross Kenseth. It appears as though hes having a more difficult time getting around some of the lap traffic. 
3:43
Wakefield pulls up to Donnie Wilsons bumper. 
3:42
Their are no schedule breaks. 80 laps to go. 
3:42
Comment From Mike 

Is there a break coming? 

3:42
Comment From Guest 

He would be REAL tough if he raced more! 

3:42
Comment From Guest 

i would absolutely love to see wakefield run the derby!! 

3:41
Wakefield continues to reel in Donnie Wilson. 
3:40
Comment From Guest 

JUSTIN WAKEFIELD COULD WIN THIS RACE!!! 

3:40
Lap 209. Cars are still single file. Donnie Wilsons lead has shrunk to one second over Justin Wakefield. 
3:39
Bubba Pollard is clicking off some great laps as well. He is currently the second fastest car on the track. However, he is running in the fifth position. 
3:37
Justin Wakefield is currently the fastest car on the track. His last lap was a 16.8. He is the only car on the track running in the 16 second bracket. 
3:36
Wakefield looks under Elliott again and makes the pass for second. 
3:36
Wakefield gets into the door of Elliott and nearly causes a huge wreck. He let Elliot collect his car and falls back in behind. 
3:34
Wakefield has begun to put pressure on Elliott. 
3:34
Lap 190. The top 8 remains unchanged. Wilson leads over Elliott, Wakefield, Pollard, Kenseth, Sommerville, Jurkovic and Fultz. 
3:32
We currently have 8 cars running on the lead lap. If the caution were to come out, Paul Kelley would get the lucky dog. 
3:30
We are working lap 178. 
3:30
Eddie Hoffmans car is back out. Hes over 100 laps down, but still digging. 
3:29
Cars are running single file on the track. 
3:27
Donnie Wilson has opened up a 2.4 second lead over Chase Elliott. 
3:27
Running Order:

Donnie Wilson
Chase Elliott
Justin Wakefield
Bubba Pollard
Ross Kenseth
Lonnie Sommerville
Borris Jurkovic
Jeff Fultz
Paul Kelley
Dwayne Buggay
Casey Smith
Cale Gale
Jerrod Foley
Rodney Benefield 

3:25
Wakefield and Kenseth work their way around Sommerville. 
3:24
Elliott makes an aggressive move and taps Sommerville to take the spot. 
3:24
Elliott looks to take second away from Sommerville. 
3:24
Wakefield gets taped by Sommerville and looses several spots. 
3:23
GREEN FLAG: Donnie Wilson elects to start on the outside. He clears Sommerville off of two and Wakefield follows. 
3:22
We are hearing that the 49 of Josh Hamner was the first car to spin on the front stretch, causing the big wreck on lap 8. 
3:21
Comment From Da 

where can I go to get a tape of what happened to cause the BIG wreck…it really hurt this race 

3:20
When we go back to green Donnie Wilson will lead Lonnie Sommerville, Chase Elliot, Justin Wakefield and Ross Kenseth. 
3:19
YELLOW FLAG: The 97 of Jimmy Garmon has blown up. 
3:19
Jurkovics car wiggles all the way through one and two and falls back. 
3:18
GREEN FLAG: Boris Jurkovic elects to start on the outside. Jurkovic clears Wilson off of turn two. 
3:17
We are nearing the half way point as 145 laps have been completed. 
3:17
Bubba Pollard elected to make changes under this caution. He nearly went a lap down trying to beat the pace car off of turn two. 
3:16
Borris Jurkovic wins the race off of pit road. Followed by Donnie Wilson, Chase Elliott, Lonnie Sommerville, Ross Kenseth and Justin Wakefield. 
3:15
Leaders have all come into the pits. It appears they are all taking four tires. 
3:14
Teams are getting ready to pit their cars. Lead lap cars will be allowed into the pits first. 
3:12
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 140. Caution for Debris. 
3:12
Kenseth has checked out away from Elliott. Sommerville begins to put pressure on Elliott for fifth. 
3:10
Kenseth finally clears Elliott off of turn two. 
3:09
Kenseth and Elliott are door to door. 
3:08
Wakefield is now a straightaway from lapping up to third place after this very long green flag run. 
3:07
The only battle on the track continues to be between Chase Elliott and Ross Kenseth for fourth. Chase continues to pull Kenseth off the corners keeping the position. 
3:06
Wakefield puts Cale Gale another lap down. Cale Gale is now 3 laps down. 
3:05
Lap 115. Wakefield has over a straightaway lead over Pollard and the rest of the field. 
3:03
Kenseth has settled in behind Elliott after putting heavy pressure on him for 15 laps. 
3:02
Wakefield has opened up a 6.4 second lead over Pollard. He has now lapped up to seventh place. 
3:01
Kenseth takes the high line going into one and gets a huge run off the corner under Elliott. 
3:00
Kenseth is putting pressure on Elliott for fourth. It appears as though Kenseth’s car cuts better in the center of the corner, however Elliotts car gets a really good run off the corners. 
2:58
Running Order Lap 91:

Justin Wakefield
Bubba Pollard
Donnie Wilson
Chase Elliott
Ross Kenseth
Boris Jurkovic
Lonnie Sommerville
Jeff Fultz
Paul Kelley
Dwayne Buggay
Jerrod Foley
Casey Smith
Cale Gale
Allen Karnes
Rodney Benefield
Russel Fleeman
Jimmy Garmon
Eddie Hoffman
Dylan Presnall
Josh Hamner
Augie Grill
Johnny Henderson
Casey Roderick
Mike Garvey

2:54
Ross Kenseth, Augie Grill and Eddie Hoffman after the lap 8 caution on the front stretch.
2:54
Wakefield has lapped up to 11th. 
2:51
Paul Kelley appears to be off the pace, falling back quickly. 
2:50
Kenseth is putting pressure on Elliott for fourth. 
2:49
Cale Gale has returned to the track, several laps down. 
2:49
Justin Wakefield has opened up a 1.9 second lead over Bubba Pollard. 
2:48
Cale Gale is now several laps down. He has stopped in his pit stall. 
2:48
Cale Gale is off the pace and is coming to pit road. 
2:47
Currently thirteen cars are running on the lead lap. Sixteen cars are still on the track. 
2:46
Cars are running single file. We have 52 laps completed. 
2:46
Comment From Guest 

classy move by Cale Gale to apologize 

2:45
Wakefield continues to lead over Pollard, Wilson Elliott and Kenseth. 
2:45
We are hearing that one of the members from Cale Gales crew went down to Eddie Hoffman’s pits to apologize for their involvement in the last caution. 
2:43
Kenseth takes away fifth from Cale Gale. 
2:43
GREEN FLAG: Wakefield elects to start on the outside and gets an excellent jump over Pollard. 
2:43
One lap to green. 
2:43
Several cars have elected to come to pit road under this caution. Jeff Fultz took tires. Paul Kelley, Dwayne Buggay, Russel Fleeman and Allen Karnes also came in for adjustments. 
2:41
We have 38 laps completed. Hoffman has brought his car into the pits. His crew isnt scrambling to do anything to fix it. It would appear as though he is done for the day. 
2:40
YELLOW FLAG: Eddie Hoffman goes into the wall in turns one and two. He got assistance from Cale Gale. 
2:39
Kenseth has taken sixth away from Sommerville. 
2:38
Eddie Hoffman has just been put one lap down. Hoffman was one of the drivers involved in the last caution. He came into the pits to make repairs and started at the tail of the field. 
2:37
Wakefield takes the lead from Pollard and pulls away. We have 28 laps completed. 
2:36
Running Order: Pollard, Wakefield, Gale, Wilson, Elliott, Sommerville, Kenseth, Jurkovic, Fultz, Kelley, Buggay, Fleeman, Foley, Hoffman and Karnes. 
2:35
We currently have sixteen cars running on the lead lap. We are only 19 laps into the race. Seven cars were completely eliminated in the last caution. 
2:34
Pollard and Wakefield have pulled away from Cale Gale and the rest of the field. 
2:33
Ross Kenseth is already back up through the field. Putting pressure on Jeff Fultz for seventh. 
2:32
Cars are all lined up single file. Perhaps everyone has decided to settle in after that last wreck. 
2:31
GREEN FLAG: Pollard elects to start on the outside again. Pollard clears Wakefield out of two. 
2:30
Cars are rolling again and are being shown one lap to green. 
2:29
2:28
Ross Kenseth has pulled back out of the pits. 
2:23
We are still sitting under RED FLAG conditions. 8 laps have been completed. 
2:22
Augie Grill, Mike Garvey, TJ Reaid, Josh Hamner, Casey Roderick and Dylan Presnell all have terminal dammage. It is very unlikely they will return to the race. 
2:22
Ross Kenseth’s car is up on four jackstands, while his crew scrambles to repair the damage. 
2:19
Mike Garvey and Russel Fleeman were also involved. 
2:17
RED FLAG: TJ Reaid, Ross Kenseth, TJ Reaid, Augie Grill, Josh Hamner and Dylan Presnell all with heavy dammage. Most of the drivers have already gotten out of their cars. 
2:15
YELLOW FLAG: Huge wreck on the front stretch. About twelve of the cars in the field involved. 
2:14
GREEN FLAG: Bubba Pollard elects to start on the outside groove. Wakefield holds his own going into one, however pollard clears him out of two. 
2:13
One lap to green. Six laps have been completed. 
2:12
When we go back to green Bubba Pollard will lead Justin Wakefield, Cale Gale, Chase Elliott and Ross Kenseth. 
2:11
Justin Wakefield was able to take second away from Cale Gale before the yellow came out. 
2:10
Jimmy Garmon’s car is also sitting still in turns one and two after making contact with the wall. Garmon is now several laps down. 
2:09
YELLOW FLAG: Dwayne Buggay spins in turn 4 on lap one. 
2:08
Pollard gets a good jump over Cale Gale and takes the lead. 
2:08
GREEN FLAG: Cale Gale leads Bubba Pollard and the rest of the 25 car field into turn one. 
2:07
One lap to green for the 2010 World Crown 300! 
2:04
Drivers are taking pace laps around the track. The flagman is showing them four laps to go. 
2:03
We will be posting lots of pictures after the race. 
2:03
Comment From Guest 

Are you guys gonna post any pics today?? 

2:01
Pre race ceremonies have wrapped up. Drivers have just been given the command to fire engines. 
1:57
We just had a parachuter land on the front stretch. An interesting spin on the pre race fly over tradition. 
1:54
This will be a 300 lap, twelve tire event. Caution laps do count, however the last 10 laps must be run under green. 
1:50
Drivers are strapping into their cars. 
1:45
Pre-race activities are underway. Tune in to RaceTalkRadio.com and listen live to our pre-race show. 
1:31
We are hearing he is doing just fine. 
1:30
Comment From sammy 

How is the fellow that was hauled out by ambulance last night in the truck race? 

1:23
While we’re waiting for the World Crown 300 to get underway, we invite you to take a look at the past winners of the World Crown event at http://www.shorttrackhistory.org/worldcrown.html
1:23
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1:22
This weekend’s Trackside Now Coverage is brought to you by New Smyrna Speedway and the 45th Annual Governor’s Cup 200. The Florida track is hosting their big Super Late Model event next weekend and Speed51.com will have live Trackside Now Coverage and Radio Coverage of the 200 lap Super Late Model race. The staff at New Smyrna Speedway would like to wish the best of luck to all the drivers at the World Crown 300 this weekend. 
1:22
Today Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the World Crown 300. The race can be heard live on RaceTalkRadio.com as Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor, Matt “Duke” Kentfield and Amanda Earle will be on the broadcast. 
1:14
Starting Lineup for the World Crown 300
1 83 Cale Gale
2 18 Bubba Pollard
3 9 Chase Elliott
4 98 Justin Wakefield
5 49 Josh Hamner
6 25 Ross Kenseth
7 51 TJ Reaid
8 82 Donnie Wilson
9 112 Augie Grill
10 14 Casey Roderick
11 126 Johnny Henderson
12 83 Dylan Presnell
13 8 Eddie Hoffman
14 97 Jimmy Garmon
15 98 Russell Fleeman
16 45 Dwayne Buggay
17 10 Paul Kelley
18 53 Boris Jurkovic
19 23 Lonnie Sommerville
20 99 Casey Smith
21 67 Jeff Fultz
22 29 Allen Karnes
23 1 Mike Garvey
24 17 Tanner Berryhill
25 36 Rodney Benefield
26 04 Jerrod Foley 
1:03
Comment From Gary 

Once agin good luck to Ross, Eddie and Boris get r dun today boys. 

1:01
We have three drivers that have all made the trip down from Illinois. Ross Kenseth, Eddie Hoffman and Boris Jurkovic. Lonnie Sommerville has also made the trip down from New Brunswick, Canada. 
1:01
Comment From fan from up north 

What race team and driver has come the farthest ? 

12:47
Tanner Berryhill and Rodney Benefield were the only drivers slated to attempt double duty in the same car. However, Tanner has withdrawn from todays race. 
12:46
Comment From guest 

Who is doing the double in the same car? 

12:42
The race will start today at 2 Eastern time. 
12:41
Comment From Guest 

what time does the race start 

12:41
Yes, Paul Kelley is driving for a different team this year. 
12:40
Comment From Martimer 

Is the car that Paul Kelley is driving a different team than his orange car that he won with before? 

12:40
Here are Friday nights World Crown 300 qualifying results. The cars will start the race straight up, as they qualified.

Official Qualifying Results:

1 83 Cale Gale 15.981
2 18 Bubba Pollard 16.067
3 9 Chase Elliott 16.070
4 98 Justin Wakefield 16.077
5 49 Josh Hamner 16.089
6 25 Ross Kenseth 16.113
7 51 TJ Reaid 16.121
8 82 Donnie Wilson 16.129
9 112 Augie Grill 16.144
10 14 Casey Roderick 16.216
11 126 Johnny Henderson 16.285
12 83 Dylan Presnell 16.330
13 8 Eddie Hoffman 16.384
14 97 Jimmy Garmon 16.417
15 98 Russell Fleeman 16.439
16 45 Dwayne Buggay 16.461
17 10 Paul Kelley 16.491
18 53 Boris Jurkovic 16.531
19 23 Lonnie Sommerville 16.532
20 99 Casey Smith 16.606
21 67 Jeff Fultz 16.651
22 29 Allen Karnes 16.867
23 1 Mike Garvey 16.889
24 17 Tanner Berryhill 17.026
25 36 Rodney Benefield 18.197
26 4 Chris Dilbeck no time
27 26 Willie Allen no time
28 09 Randy Gentry no time 

12:40
Comment From Guest 

who is on the pole? 

12:32
Comment From PhoenixRacing51 

GO CASEY RODERICK #14 

12:32
Comment From PKRFan 

Good Luck Paul Kelley on the Drive for 5 

12:27
Paul Kelley has scored the win in the Crown four times. This was when he won back in 2007. (51 Photo)
12:24
Both Augie and Chase were running Ford crate motors and GARC cars. 
12:24
Comment From Statsman 

So Augie had a Ford crate, did Chase as well? Did the Fords seem to have an advantage in general or was it just the combination? 

12:19
I’ts currently 68 and sunny here in Jefferson, Georgia. It will warm up a little more before the race, but not much. Should be a great day for a race. 
12:19
Comment From LeadSeventeen 

Whats the temp and conditions there today? 

12:17
This weekend’s Trackside Now Coverage is brought to you by New Smyrna Speedway and the 45th Annual Governor’s Cup 200. The Florida track is hosting their big Super Late Model event next weekend and Speed51.com will have live Trackside Now Coverage and Radio Coverage of the 200 lap Super Late Model race. The staff at New Smyrna Speedway would like to wish the best of luck to all the drivers at the World Crown 300 this weekend. 
12:07
Augie ran a Ford crate motor in his No.112 last night. 
12:07
Comment From racerfan 

Did the #112 car run a crate or built motor last night to win? 

12:06
Comment From quest 

Good luck to Cale Gale 

12:03
He could go to the Snowball if they win today. 
12:03
Comment From 23L fan 

great job guys, as always…any word on why lonnie has passed up on the derby, not even on his schedule on his site now…any info would be appreciated…thanks 

12:00
Four-time World Crown winner Paul Kelley’s car sits on the grid for Sunday’s race. (51 Photo)
11:59
Fans don’t forget to bring your scanners when you head to the track today. Speed51 will be broadcasting live on RaceTalkRadio.com. You can listen to the live feed at the track on 454.0000. We will have coverage of the World Crown 300 on the scanner feed. 
11:59
Ronnie Sanders took the Crown in 2005. (51 Photo)
11:04
Another note from tech, cars in both the Mini Stock and Truck race failed post race tech. In the Truck race, first and second place finishers Alexander Fox and Roger Atkins were both disqualified giving the OFFICIAL win to Cohen Motes. In the Mini stock race, the top three finishers Steve Hill, Willian Earnest and Bill George were all thrown out, giving the OFFICIAL win to Allen Cantrell. 
11:00
Last night the motor came out of the 112 of Augie Grill. (51 Photo)
10:56
In case you are wondering about last nights Pro Late Model race, all cars passed post race tech inspection. Augie Grill is your OFFICIAL winner over Chase Elliott and Mark Day. Tech officially cleared at 3 AM, four hours after Grill took the checkered flag. The motor on Grills car was pulled and inspected. Chase Elliotts car was also thoroughly inspected. 
10:53
Dick Trickle won this race back in 1983. He won $50,000 in the first World Crown 300.
10:44
While we’re waiting for the World Crown 300 to get underway, we invite you to take a look at the past winners of the World Crown event at http://www.shorttrackhistory.org/worldcrown.html
10:43
Don’t forget to join our Facebook to get up to the date information, photos and results on the short track racing world. Our page is facebook.com/speed51
10:43
This weekend’s Trackside Now Coverage is brought to you by New Smyrna Speedway and the 45th Annual Governor’s Cup 200. The Florida track is hosting their big Super Late Model event next weekend and Speed51.com will have live Trackside Now Coverage and Radio Coverage of the 200 lap Super Late Model race. The staff at New Smyrna Speedway would like to wish the best of luck to all the drivers at the World Crown 300 this weekend. 
10:43
Today Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the World Crown 300. The race can be heard live on RaceTalkRadio.com as Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor, Matt “Duke” Kentfield and Amanda Earle will be on the broadcast. 
10:40
10:37
Today’s Schedule

8:00 am Pits Open – ABSOLUTELY NO MOTORS FIRED PRIOR TO 12:00 NOON!
9:00 am – 11:30 am Super Late Model Tech (All cars must be lined up before 11:30 am)
11:00 am Grandstands & Trackside Parking Opens (No RV’s Trackside)
11:30 am Chapel Services at Infield Tech Building

12:00 pm – 12:15 am Engine Warm-up
12:20 pm MANDATORY Driver’s Meeting – Driver, Crew Chief, and Spotter must attend
(MANDATORY: FAILURE TO ATTEND & ANSWER ROLL CALL WILL RESULT IN LOSS OF STARTING POSITION)

1:00 pm – World Crown Finals For Funopolis FanTastic Showdown
Jefferson High School Marching Band Concert

1:30 pm Opening Ceremonies, Driver Introductions
2:00 pm Feature Event
27th Annual World Crown 300

10:37
Good Morning! We’re back with today with coverage of the 27th Annual running of the World Crown here at Gresham Motorsports Park.

Trackside Now: 27th Annual World Crown 300 Weekend – Gresham Motorsports Park – 11/14/10