1:14
That concludes tonight’s coverage from the Florida Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway.  Thanks to the Hart family, Kim Brown and the entire staff at New Smyrna Speedway for their hospitality this weekend.  Time for us to retire to our Ocean Properties hotel, the Coastal Waters Inn, which would make a great place to stay this February for Speedweeks.  Visit www.oceanprops.com for special deals on Speedweeks accomodations.  We’ll also be stopping by Pub 44 for a quick bite before we retire to our beds.

That’s it for us here tonight.  Congratulations to David Rogers, the winner of the Governor’s Cup 200 for a second time in his career. 

1:12
David Rogers and Tim Russell have been cleared in tech, which means Rogers is officially the winner of the Governor’s Cup 200 and Russell will be credited with second.

OFFICIAL GOVERNOR’S CUP FINISH
1.     David Rogers
2.     Tim Russell
3.     Joe Winchell
4.     Justin Larson
5.     Rich Clouser
6.     JR McMickle
7.     James Glover
8.     Alan Bruns
9.     Jeff Choquette
10.  Kyle Maynard
11.  Corey Freed
12.  Wayne Anderson
13.  Mallory Harvey
14.  Travis Kittleson
15.  Rebecca Kasten
16.  Billy Mowery
17.  Martin Pierce
18.  Ryan Lawler
19.  Jimmy Weller
20.  Ben Kennedy
21.  Travis Cope
22.  Chad Pierce
23.  Joe Boyd
24.  Chad Akins
25.  Mike Finn
26.  Casey Caudill
27.  Jeff Scofield
28.  Aaron Pierce
29.  Jimmy Crowe, Jr.
30.  Steven Simpson
31.  Tom Molloy
32.  Shaughn McCormick
33.  Stephen Nasse (DQ)
34.  Brian Finney (DQ)
35.  George Gorham (DQ) 

12:54
Official word from tech man Ricky Brooks is that Stephen Nasse has been disqualified from second for a nose infraction.  According to Brooks, the team had been warned to fix the nose shape throughout the weekend, but was not fixed when the car went through post-race tech. 
12:43
No word yet on first-place unofficial finisher David Rogers at this time.  His car is still in the tech shed. 
12:43
Second-place finishing Stephen Nasse has also been disqualified for what we’re hearing is a tire issue.  We’re getting to the bottom of the situation as we speak. 
12:42
Word from the tech shed that third-place unofficial finisher #80 of Jeff Scofield/Bryan Finney and fifth-place finisher George Gorham have been disqualified from the Governor’s Cup 200 for too much left side weight.  They weighed in at 58.4% left-side weight, but there is a no-tolerance 58% rule.
12:29
Finney felt sick after fumes came into the cockpit during the first segment of tonight’s race, but the team fixed the damage that caused the fumes to come in and Scofield finished the race in third. 
12:28
Brian Finney will be credited with the third-place finish, but Jeff Scofield was actually behind the wheel in the final 100-lap segment. 
12:20
Chad Pierce has won the Pro Truck feature.  Anthony Sergi locked up the Truck track championship. 
12:06
We’ll be with you on Trackside Now coverage until we hear from the tech shed on any possible issues there with the Super Late Models 
12:05
David Rogers, driver of the No. 11, celebrates his Victory Lane at the Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway.
12:01
David Rogers, driver of the No. 11, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning his second Governor’s Cup at New Smyrna Speedway on Nov. 21. (51 Photo)
11:58
Unofficial Governor’s Cup 200 Results

Pos. No. Name
1 11 David Rogers
2 51 Steven Nasse
3 80 Brian Finney
4 36 Tim Russell
5 10 George Gorham
6 64 Joe Winchell
7 88 Justin Larsen
8 9 Rich Clouser
9 119 JR McMickle
5 70x James Glover
11 4b Alan Brunns
11 70 Jeff Choquette
13 127 Kyle Maynard
14 12 Corey Freed
15 84 Wayne Anderson
16 29 Mallory Harvey
17 12 Travis Kittleson
18 90 Rebecca Kasten
19 55 Billy Mowery
20 75 Martin Pierce
21 74 Ryan Lawler
22 23 Jimmy Weller
23 96 Ben Kennedy
24 26 Travis Cope
25 7 Chad Pierce
26 5 Joe Boyd
27 60 Chad Akins
28 2 Mike Finn
29 33 Casey Caudill
30 92 Jeff Scofield
31 31 Aaron Pierce
32 89 Jimmy Crowe Jr
33 7 Steven Simpson
34 52 Tom Molloy
35 34 Shaughn McCormick 

11:30
We will have more after we take some victory lane photos and talk to the major players. 
11:29
Checkered with Rogers, Nasse and Finney your top 3. 
11:29
Nasse begins to run down Rogers and is down to one car length. 
11:28
Rogers gets a good start as Nasse spins his tires on the restart. 
11:28
Green, green, green. 
11:28
Rogers choses the high lane again. 
11:28
Winchell is going to stay out with a broken nose and try to finish the race. 
11:27
Winchell has fired his car. The spotter of the No. 51 of Nasse has been told to mind the No. 11 of Rogers who controls the restart. 
11:27
No. 64 of Joe Winchell went head first into the inside wall going down the front stretch. 
11:26
Green, green, green. 
11:26
The one to go is given again. As Rogers choses the high side with Nasse on his inside. 
11:25
Scrub the restart as the yellow flag is being displayed. 
11:24
The one to go signal is given. 
11:23
There are currently 12 cars out on the track. 
11:22
Your top 5 are Rogers, Nasse, Larsen, Finney, and Winchell. 
11:20
Rogers will be your leader and Nasse will be in the second position when the field restarts. 
11:20
Caution is displayed again. 
11:19
Russell loses control in turn 1 and comes to a stop in turn 2 while battling Nasse and Rogers for the first position. 
11:18
Russell and Nasse are side by side and takes the lead down the backstretch. 
11:18
Green 
11:18
Your top five will be Nasse, Russell, Rogers, Larsen and Finney. 
11:17
Gorham seems to be in the seventh position for the restart. 
11:16
Caution is now displayed as the cars begin to make their way down the backstretch here at New Smyrna Speedway for the Governor’s Cup 200. 
11:15
Bruns is now down pit road. The red flag is still being displayed. 
11:10
Red flag is displayed for clean up on the backstretch. 
11:10
These caution laps will not count. When we restart the field will have five to go. 
11:09
The No. 4B of Adam Bruns is involved along with the No. 119 of JR McMickle in the wreck on the backstretch. 
11:08
There is a wreck on the backstretch while under caution. 
11:07
Winchell is now down bit road for a left front tire going down. 
11:07
Your top 5 are Nasse, Russell, Rogers, Winchell and Larsen. 
11:06
Gorham refired his car and Choquette has put his window net down as he gets push to pit road. 
11:05
Caution is out with four laps to go. 
11:05
Wreck on the front straightaway collecting Gorham and Choquette. 
11:05
Debris turn 3 & 4 but no caution yet. 
11:04
Winchell has sheet metal flying up off his car. 
11:04
Nasse has 12 car lengths on Choquette in second. 
11:03
10 laps to go as Nasse continues to lead the field. 
11:03
Your top 5 are Nasse, Choquette, Gorham, Russell and Rogers. 
11:02
13 to go for the Governor’s Cup 200. 
11:02
Nasse begins to pull away as the field works lap 186. 
11:01
Gorham is looking into the inside of Choquette with less then 20 laps to go. 
11:01
Nasse takes the lead back from Choquette. 
11:01
Nasse gets into Choquette in turn 4 and are still door to door. 
11:01
Nasse has cleared Gorham and is now second. 
11:00
Rogers looks under Russell for the fourth position. 
11:00
Nasse gets the third position and looks under Gorham. 
11:00
Russell and Nasse are side by side for the third position. 
10:59
Green, green, green. 
10:59
Choquette choses the high lane for the restart as the lights are off on the pace truck. We will go green on lap 178. 
10:58
25 laps to go. Your top 5 are Jeff Choquette, George Gorham, Stephen Nasse, Joe Winchell and David Rogers. 
10:57
Rich Clouser in the No. 9 is the car that spun in turn 2. 
10:56
Caution is displayed for a spun car on the inside of turn 2. 
10:56
On lap 172 the leaders are bumper to bumper. 
10:55
Wayne Anderson is out of the Governor’s Cup 200. 
10:55
Nasse continues to look under Gorham as they work through turns 3 & 4. 
10:55
Wayne Anderson is slow off of turn 2 and is well off the pace with 31 laps to go. 
10:54
Your top 5 are Choquette, Gorham, Nasse, Anderson and Russell. 
10:54
The entire field is single file with 35 to go. 
10:53
Nasse gets lose in turn 2 but gathers it back up. 
10:53
Nasse is on the rear bumper of Gorham. 
10:53
Choquette starts to pull away from the field as they work lap 162. 
10:52
Nasse takes the third position back from Anderson on the front straightaway. 
10:52
Nasse has now fallen to position four as the Wayne Anderson moves to position three. 
10:51
Choquette pulls away in turn 2 and Gorham takes the second position from Nasse. 
10:51
Green, green, green as Choquette takes the high side on the restart. 
10:51
The one to go signal is being given. The field will go green on lap 159. 
10:49
Choquette has now fired and will move back up to the front of the field. 
10:49
Choquette seems to need a push as the caution flag is now being displayed and the field is beginning to work lap 157. 
10:47
Your top 10 are Jeff Choquette, Stephen Nasse, Tim Russell, George Gorham, Joe Winchell, Wayne Anderson, David Rogers, Corey Freed, James Glover and Rich Clouser. 
10:45
The red flag is now being displayed. The field is stopped right before turn 3. 
10:45
157 laps are in the books at the Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway. 
10:44
The No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten is done for the evening. 
10:44
Kittleson’s crew is looking under the rear end. 
10:44
The No. 88 of Justin Larson and the No. 12 of Travis Kittleson are both down pit road. 
10:43
No. 70 of Jeff Choquette has worked from 21st position to first. 
10:42
The caution flag is still being displayed as the field comes to lap 155. 
10:41
Caution flag is out for a spin in turn 1. The car appears to be the No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten. 
10:40
Your top five are Choquette, Nasse, Russell, Gorham and Winchell. 
10:40
The top 5 are all very tight as we begin to work lap 150. 
10:39
Nasse and Choquette are side by side through turns 3 & 4. 
10:39
Nasse is under Choquette in turn 2 on lap 146. 
10:37
Nasse is under Choquette in turn 4. 
10:37
Back to green on lap 140. Choquette is out in front and is the new race leader. 
10:35
The No. 29 of Mallory Harvey is down pit road and the No. 96 of Ben Kennedy is still on pit road. 
10:34
Rogers spins in turn two as the yellow is displayed again on lap 137. Mowery bounced off the wall while trying to avoid the No. 11 of David Rogers. 
10:33
Lights are out on the pace car and we are back to green on lap 136. 
10:32
Pace truck is not down pit road and the caution flag is waving again on lap 134. 
10:31
Green, green, green on lap 134. 
10:31
We are still under caution on lap 131 here at New Smyrna Speedway. Pierce is out of the car and has been cleared. 
10:30
Your top 10 are Stephen Nasse, Jeff Choquette, George Gorham, Tim Russell, Justin Larson, Joe Winchell, David Rogers, Travis Kittleson, and Billy Mowery. 
10:27
We are under caution again on lap 126 as the clean up crew works to move the No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten and the No. 75 of Marty Pierce. 
10:27
Turn 3 & 4 trouble as Kasten goes around and the No. 75 of Marty Pierce hits the wall hard with smoke coming from the car. 
10:26
Kittleson is all over the rear end of Rogers. 
10:25
Your top 5 are Nasse, Choquette, Gorham, Larson, and Russell. 
10:24
No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten falls of the pace a little bit on the back straightaway but is now back up to pace. 
10:24
No. 96 of Ben Kennedy is still on pit road as the field is working lap 120. 
10:23
On lap 117, Nasse has pulled away from the field and from second positon Choquette. 
10:23
Gorham takes position three from Larson in turn four. 
10:22
Gorham is closing in on Larson. 
10:21
Your top 5 are Nasse, Choquette, Larson, Gorham and Rogers. 
10:21
Gorham passes Rogers in turn 3. 
10:21
Rogers is currently in fourth position as the No. 10 of George Gorham is on his rear. 
10:19
Nasse and Choquette have pulled away from the rest of the field as they work lap 106. 
10:19
Right fender rub on Kittleson’s car. 
10:19
Rogers and Kittleson are now battling for the fourth position. 
10:18
Choquette goes to second as he passes Rogers in turn three. 
10:18
Nasse clears Rogers in turn one. 
10:18
Weller will not restart the second half of the Governor’s Cup 200. 
10:17
The one to go is given as the cars begin to line up for the double fire restart. Nasse has chosen the hight side as Rogers will start second. 
10:14
Weller’s car is back into the pits after being pushed down pit road by the tow truck. 
10:13
Kennedy’s crew is taking parts from the front left of the car. 
10:12
No. 23 of Jimmy Weller is being pushed around the track by the tow truck as he can’t get the car to fire. 
10:12
No. 96 of Ben Kennedy is still on pit road as the majority of the cars have gone back on the track to finish the last 100 laps of the Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway. 
10:10
Cars are beginning to line up to get back on the track after the halfway break. 
10:06
Nasse, Kittleson and Weller have all taken four tires during the break. 
10:03
HALFWAY RUNNING ORDER
1 Steven Nasse
2 David Rogers
3 Travis Kittleson
4 Jimmy Weller
5 Jeff Choquette
6 Joe Winchell
7 Justin Larsen
8 Tim Russell
9 George Gorham
10 Wayne Anderson
11 Brian Finney
12 Martin Pierce
13 Billy Mowery
14 Kyle Maynard
15 Corey Freed
16 Rebecca Kasten
17 JR McMickle
18 Ryan Lawler
19 Alan Brunns
20 Rich Clouser
21 James Glover
22 Ben Kennedy
23 Mallory Harvey
24 Travis Cope
25 Chad Pierce
26 Joe Boyd
27 Mike Finn
28 Chad Akins
29 Casey Caudill
30 Jeff Scofield
31 Aaron Pierce
32 Jimmy Crowe Jr
33 Steven Simpson
34 Tom Molloy
35 Shaughn McCormick
10:02
The crew of the No. 70 of Jeff Choquette is doing major work to the rear end of the car. 
10:00
The hoods are up on the No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten and the No. 88 of Justin Larson as well. 
9:58
Nasse is going with tires. The hood of the No. 75 of Marty Pierce is off as his crew members are looking in the front right. 
9:57
All cars are on pit road during the 10 minute break at halfway. 
9:56
Nasse leads halfway for the Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway. 
9:56
Nasse has begun to pull away from Rogers on lap 99. 
9:55
Rogers still looking under Nasse in turns 3 & 4. 
9:55
Nasse continues to maintain his lead with three laps to half way. 
9:55
Rogers is on Nasse’s tail as they go down the back straight away. 
9:54
Weller has dropped from second to fourth as Kittleson takes the third position from him. 
9:54
Nasse clears Weller as Weller spins his tires on the restart. 
9:54
Green, green, green with seven laps to half way 
9:53
We are still under caution as the field is working lap 93. 
9:53
Your top 10 are Stephen Nasse, Jimmy Weller, Jeff Choquette, David Rogers, Joe Winchell, Travis Kittleson, George Gorham, Justin Larsen, Wayne Anderson and Tim Russell 
9:50
No. 26 of Travis Cope and the No. 7 of Vince Keeler are both being pulled behind the pit walls and into the infield for the night. 
9:49
Kasten was involved in the wreck as well but has not gotten out of the car, she is now down pit road as her crew members look under the car. 
9:48
No. 70 of James Glover is also down pit road. The No. 74 of Ryan Lawler is down pit road as well after spinning trying to avoid the large wreck. 
9:47
Seventh caution of the night on lap 86. No. 96 of Ben Kennedy is down pit road with a lot of damage to the left side. 
9:47
Huge wreck between turns 3 and 4. Possibly eight cars are involved. 
9:46
Nasse and Weller are racing side by side for postion as they come down the front straight away. 
9:46
Choquette moves up to third on the restart. 
9:46
Green, green, green. 
9:44
The one to go is given. We will be back to green on lap 84. 
9:44
Your top 5 are Nasse, Weller, Rogers, Choquette and Kennedy as the cars are working lap 82 under the sixth caution of the night at New Smyrna Speedway. 
9:42
No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten spins in turn two but it does not seem like she hit anything. The sixth caution is now displayed on the track. 
9:40
Your top 4 have pulled away from the rest of the pack as the cars are working lap 76. 
9:40
Fifth back are still double file as the cars come to lap 74. 
9:39
Choquette is now up to fourth after the restart. 
9:39
The No. 5 of Joe Boyd has his crew under the hood and the right side is up on pit road. 
9:38
The one to go signal has been given and we will go green on lap 71. 
9:38
We are still under caution for the fifth time tonight on lap 70. 
9:38
On lap 69 your top 5 are Stephen Nasse, Jimmy Weller, Joe Winchell, David Rogers and Ben Kennedy. 
9:37
No. 74 of Ryan Lawler comes down pit road and his crew members are under the tail end of the car. 
9:36
Boyd is down pit road to change a tire and the No. 127 of Kyle Maynard is also down pit road on lap 68. 
9:35
No. 5 of Joe Boyd brings out the fifth caution of the night as he slightly hit the wall on the front straight away. 
9:34
Winchell is looking under the No. 23 of Weller for second postion. 
9:34
Choquette and the No. 96 of Ben Kennedy are battling for the fifth postion. 
9:32
Nasse is leading the field with about eight car lengths between him and the second postion of Weller. 
9:32
No. 90 of Rebecca Kasten is battling for the eighth spot. 
9:31
Choquette is now in sixth on lap 56. 
9:31
No. 70 of Jeff Choquette has worked his way back up to the front and is working to take the fifth spot. 
9:30
Winchell has gone from fifth to third. 
9:30
Pace car is in and we are green on lap 52. 
9:29
Nasse chooses the high side again for the restart on lap 52. 
9:29
The one to go is given as the cars come back to the start finish on lap 51. 
9:28
We are currently half way to the half way break that will happen on lap 100 for ten minutes. 
9:27
We are still under caution as we are working lap 47 here at New Smyrna Speedway for the Governor’s Cup 200. 
9:25
The No. 60 of Chad Akins was also involved in the accident and is being pulled to the infield on lap 46. 
9:24
We have completed 43 laps so far tonight for the Governor’s Cup 200. Your top 5 are Stephen Nasse, Jimmy Weller, David Rogers, Joe Winchell and Ben Kennedy. 
9:23
No. 92 of Joe Scofield is the second car involved in this wreck. He is out of the car and has taken the hood off of his car. 
9:22
We are under caution again for the fourth time tonight. 
9:22
No. 33, Casey Caudill, has trouble on the back straightaway right before turn three. 
9:21
Stephen Nasse pulls ahead of the field as he maintains his lead. 
9:21
Lawler, who was up at the front to begin the race, has now dropped to 11th. 
9:20
Anderson and Winchell battle for position. 
9:20
Nasse maintains the lead through turn one and will be your leader for the first green lap after the third caution. 
9:19
Green. 
9:19
Nasse has taken the outside to come to the restart. 
9:19
No. 127 of Kyle Maynard came down pit road during the third caution of the night. 
9:17
Still under caution for the third time tonight on lap 32. 
9:16
Top 5 are Nasse, Weller, Anderson, Rogers and Lawler. 
9:15
Turn one trouble for Aaron Pierce. His car came to rest right before turn two. We are under caution for the third time tonight with 30 laps completed. 
9:14
No. 26, Travis Cope, into the back wall on the straightaway but maintains his position. 
9:13
Kennedy takes the third position from Rogers as they go through turn two. 
9:13
Nasse takes the lead as they move through turn one. 
9:12
The field is again doubling up as they come back to the green on lap 26. 
9:11
Your top 5 are Weller, Lawler, Nasse, Rogers and Ben Kennedy. 
9:10
The No. 75 of Marty Pierce and the No. 92 of Joe Scofield came down pit road. 
9:10
We are under caution for the second time tonight after Russell went around in turn 4. 
9:09
Russell just brushed the inside wall in turn 4. It looks like it could be just cosmetic damage. 
9:09
Trouble in turn four as Timmy Russell loses control of the car. 
9:08
On lap 18 Weller has begun to pull away from the field again. 
9:08
Nasse puts his nose underneath Lawler looking to take position two. 
9:07
Weller is the leader as the field comes back to the green. 
9:07
The field has received the command to double up for the restart. 
9:06
Scofield is now returning to the race track. 
9:06
The No. 92, of Jeff Scofield is still on pit road as his crew continues to work on the car. 
9:05
The caution flag is now being displayed as the Super Late Models fire their engines back up. We are currently on lap 15. 
9:04
The No. 07, Steven Simpson’s car is being pulled into the infield. 
9:03
Currently the top 10 are Jimmy Weller, Ryan Lawler, Stephen Nasse, David Rogers, Ben Kennedy, Aaron Pierce, Wayne Anderson, Joe Winchell, Tim Russell and George Gorham. 
9:00
No. 92, Joe Scofield, is the first car down pit road as the red flag is shown on lap 14. 
8:59
Caution 1: the No. 07, of Steven Simpson, lost the car in turn 2 on lap 13. 
8:58
No. 51, Stephen Nasse, is all over the No. 74, Ryan Lawler on lap 9 for position 2. 
8:57
No. 23, Jimmy Weller, has pulled ahead from the field by about eight car lengths. 
8:57
Top five are No. 23, JImmy Weller, No. 74, Ryan Lawler, No. 51, Stephen Nasse and No. 11, David Rogers. 
8:56
No. 51, Stephen Nasse, is working on catching the No. 74, Ryan Lawler. 
8:56
No. 51, Stephen Nasse, trying to work on No. 11, David Rogers, for position 3. 
8:55
No. 23, JImmy Weller, leads the first lap. 
8:54
Green, green, green 
8:54
Pace truck lights are off as they come around to turn three. 
8:53
The Super Late Models are beginning to line up as the one to go is given for the Governor’s Cup 200. 
8:52
Comment From jayrock 

Thanks for all speed51 does for short track racing radio broadcast sounds great.. 

8:51
No. 86, Randy Anderson, is being pushed pack into the infield by the tow truck. 
8:50
No. 23, Jimmy Weller, starts on the pole with No. 74, Ryan Lawler, on the outside when the Super Late Models go green. 
8:47
The Super Late Models will take five pace laps to line up correctly before taking the green. 
8:47
Engines have been fired for the start of the Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway. 
8:44
All of the Super Late Model drivers are in their cars waiting on the command to fire their engines. 
8:43
Comment From Mike Ray 

Radio guy’s are right.Robert Hamke shook down the No. 74 earlier this season at Wake County Speedway in Raleigh,radio sounds excellent tonight.Thanks. 

8:35
Driver intros are underway here at New Smyrna Speedway before the start of the Governor’s Cup 200. 
8:31
8:31
8:31
The National Anthem is underway.  We will be going green shortly.  We’ll have live Trackside Now coverage in addition to our broadcast on RaceTalkRadio.com
8:28
Go over to RaceTalkRadio.com to listen to the live pre-race show presented by Speed 51 Radio. 
8:24
The photos are still being taken. Right after that, the drivers will strap in and the invocation and National Anthem will be the prelude to the command to fire engines. 
8:24
8:22
8:22
8:18
The Speed 51 Radio broadcast on RaceTalkRadio.com will begin in just a few minutes, stay tuned. 
8:18
8:17
8:17
The drivers have assembled at the start-finish line for the group photo with the Governor’s Cup trophy 
8:12
The announcement has been given to get the fans back to the grandstands.  We figure another 20 minutes or so until the command to fire engines.
7:44
No. 92, Jeff Scofield’s team just had to recheck the carburetor. He has not come out onto the track for the autograph session. 
7:42
A bracket on the rear end of No. 70, Jeff Coquette’s car and they are continuing to work on it. The former Gov. Cup winner will start 21st. 
7:15
Continue to monitor Trackside Now while we work to get back on schedule. 
7:15
Comment From Mike Ray 

Is the radio broadcast still coming on at 7:30 pm?Thanks for all you guy’s and gal’s do. 

7:13
No. 86, Randy Anderson, has pulled behind the wall and they are under the hood. They think he’s motor might have gone during his qualifying lap. 
7:12
Consi Race has been scratched for the evening. All 36 Super Late Models will start for the Governor’s Cup 200. 
7:01
Governor’s Cup 200 Qualifying Results:

Pos. No. Name Fast Time
1 23 Jimmy Weller 17.511
2 74 Ryan Lawler 17.539
3 96 Ben Kennedy 17.592
4 11 David Rogers 17.64
5 84 Wayne Anderson 17.665
6 51 Steven Nasse 17.688
7 75 Martin Pierce 17.693
8 31 Aaron Pierce 17.727
9 9 Rich Clouser 17.727
10 64 Joe Winchell 17.731
11 36 Tim Russell 17.734
12 26 Travis Cope 17.776
13 10 George Gorham 17.781
14 90 Rebecca Kasten 17.811
15 5 Joe Boyd 17.89
16 92 Jeff Scofield 17.902
17 12 Travis Kittleson 17.905
18 80 Brian Finney 17.906
19 4b Alan Brunns 17.911
20 88 Justin Larsen 17.924
21 70 Jeff Choquette 17.95
22 127 Kyle Maynard 17.958
23 33 Casey Caudill 17.99
24 70x James Glover 18.02
25 12 Corey Freed 18.024
26 60 Chad Akins 18.062
27 119 JR McMickle 18.087
28 7 Steven Simpson 18.115
29 55 Billy Mowery 18.162
30 89 Jimmy Crowe Jr 18.25
31 86 Randy Anderson 18.301
32 34 Shaughn McCormick 18.497
33 29 Mallory Harvey 18.562
34 7 Vince Keller 18.879
35 2 Mike Finn 18.97
36 52 Tom Molloy 19.002 

6:53
No. 23, Jimmy Weller, from Hubbard, Ohio, is your pole sitter for the Governor’s Cup 200. 
6:52
No. 70, Jeff Choquette: lap 1: 17.950 
6:51
No. 23, Jimmy Weller: lap 1: 17.906 lap 2: 17.511 
6:51
No. 12, Corery Freed: lap 1: 18.249 lap 2: 18.024 
6:50
No. 55, Billy Mowery: lap 1: 18.214 lap 2: 18.162 
6:49
No. 5, Joe Boyd: lap 1: 18.098 lap 2: 17.890 
6:48
No. 80, Brian Finney: lap 1: 18.116 lap 2: 17.906 
6:47
Jeff Choquette is getting into his car and will join the end of the field for his time trial run. We think he will only get one lap for missing his spot in qualifying order. 
6:47
No. 96, Ben Kennedy: lap 1: 18.177 lap 2: 17.592 
6:47
Ryan Lawler is still the quickest so far. 
6:47
No. 60, Chad Akins: lap 1: 18.340 lap 2: 18.062 
6:46
No. 90, Rebecca Kasten: lap 1: 17.909 lap 2: 17.811 
6:45
No. 9, Rich Clouser: lap 1: 17.955 lap 2: 17.727 
6:44
No. 02, Mike Finn: lap 1: 19.162 lap 2: 18.970 
6:43
No. 10, George Gorham Jr.: lap 1: 18.073 lap 2: 17.781 
6:42
No. 33, Casey Caudill: lap 1: 18.331 lap 2: 17.990 
6:42
No. 4B, Alan Bruns: lap 1: 18.245 lap 2: 17.911 
6:41
No. 92, Jeff Scofield: lap 1: 18.147 lap 2: 17.902 
6:40
No. 11, David Rogers: lap 1: 17.959 lap 2: 17.640 
6:39
No. 07, Steven Simpson: lap 1: 18.487 lap 2: 18.115 
6:38
No. 70, James Glover: lap 1: 18.075 lap 2: 18.027 
6:37
No. 74, Ryan Lawler: lap 1: 17.900 lap 2: 17.539 
6:37
No. 86, Randy Anderson: lap 1: 18.509 lap 2: 18.301 
6:36
No. 64, Joe Winchell: lap 1: 18.058 lap 2: 17.731 
6:35
No. 89, Jimmy Crowe Jr.: lap 1: 18.499 lap 2: 18.250 
6:34
No. 7, Vince Keeler : lap 1: 18.879 
6:34
Wayne Anderson is still the quickest. 
6:33
No. 127, Kyle Maynard: lap 1: 18.401 lap 2: 17.958 
6:33
No. 31, Aaron Pierce: lap 1: 18.057 lap 2: 17.727 
6:32
No. 36, Tim Russell: lap 1: 17.734 lap 2: 17.734 
6:31
No. 12, Travis Kittleson: lap 1: 17.969 lap 2: 17.905 
6:30
No. 52, Tom Molloy: lap 1: 19.412 lap 2: 19.002 
6:29
No. 26, Travis Cope: lap 1: 17.941 lap 2: 17.776 
6:29
No. 29, Mallory Harvey: lap 1: 18.715 lap 2: 18.562 
6:28
No. 75, Marty Pierce: lap 1: 17.857 lap 2: 17.693 
6:27
No. 119, J.R. McMickle: lap 1: 18.502 lap 2: 18.087 
6:26
Wayne Anderson is currently the quickest. 
6:26
No. 84, Wayne Anderson: lap 1: 17.848 lap 2: 17.665 
6:25
No. 51, Stephen Nasse: lap 1: 17.894 lap 2: 17.688 
6:25
No. 88, Justin Larson: lap 1: 17.990 lap 2: 17.924 
6:24
No. 34, Shaughn McCormick: lap 1: 18.791 lap 2: 18.497 
6:23
Super Late Model qualifying for the Governor’s Cup 200 is underway. 
6:21
Problems for the No. 70, Jeff Choquette. They are calling for a welder behind the pit wall. 
6:12
The Super Late Models are about to take their five laps behind the pace car to warm their tires up. Then they will go qualifying. 
6:09
454.000 is the frequency at the track for our coverage. 
6:09
Comment From Guest 

what is the number for listen at the track? 

5:58
No. 26, Nathan Russell, has also withdrawn from tonight’s Governor’s Cup 200. 
5:48
No. 25, Gary Grubbs, has withdrawn from night’s Governor’s Cup 200. 
5:44
From what we’ve been told, there is nothing fishy going on in tech. But, after the driver’s meeting, drivers were told to start getting in the tech line right after the meeting, but many took their time. In tech, cars are being rolled through the Referee body and chassis measuring unit and teams can not put on their qualifying tires until they roll through.

Qualifying will kick off as soon as all the cars have gone through the tech line. 

5:44
Comment From frank 

whats going on with qualifying and or tech? 

5:40
There are still about 10 cars to run through the tech line. 
5:37
Lawler’s #31 cars were Hamke’s chassis, but they were owned by Ryan’s family in Texas and maintained in Hamke’s shop in NC. Lawler has since moved back to Texas and the entire #31 fleet has been sold, but Robert Hamke built his own car and competed a few times himself at Wake County Speedway in NC, but has decided to put some other people in his cars, including Lawler, for some big races. Justin Allison, Donnie Allison’s grandson, also drove Hamke’s car at North Wilkesboro earlier this year. 
5:37
Comment From kevin 

is lawler in a hamke house car tonight? if so why isnt he running #31 like he use to in the house car? 

5:10
We know for sure that Ricky will be teching the Super Late Models, but we are not sure about the local divisions. 
5:10
Comment From Jake 

Is Ricky Brooks is teching the local divisions tonight , or just the lates? 

5:07
Ryan Lawler, David Rogers and Jimmy Weller are the ones we know for sure will be at the Derby. Wayne Anderson said no. Travis Kittelson is a maybe. 
5:07
Comment From Guest 

is there anyone at New Smyrna tonight that’ll be running the derby in a couple weeks? 

5:04
Well, you’ll see him this coming February at Speedweeks, but it won’t be behind the wheel. He’ll be the driver coach, just as he has been for a few seasons, for Rebecca Kasten during Speedweeks. 
5:04
Comment From Guest 

think we’ll ever see Steve Carlson at the world series? 

4:58
The victory lane area here at New Smyrna Speedway has been painted pink for the track’s “Racing for Breast Cancer Awareness” campaign for the entire 2011 season. (51 Photo)
4:57
The tech line is very busy before time trials. (51 Photo)
4:52
Qualifying was supposed to start almost 45 minutes ago, but as of 4:50pm, only about a half-dozen cars had made their way through pre-qualifying tech line. 
4:47
Speed51.com’s Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor chats with Midwestern Super Late Model legend Steve Carlson for a future feature article on Speed51.com. (51 Photo)
4:38
Local favorite Ben Kennedy (51 Photo)
4:37
4:29
During the driver’s meeting, we caught up with CRA Super Series and Sprint Car regular Aaron Pierce, who is making his debut here at New Smyrna Speedway this weekend. Pierce made the 18-hour drive to NSS and said he loves this place. He hopes to come back during Speedweeks in February with both his Super Late Model and his Sprint Car to compete here during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. 
4:29
Some of the Super Late Models are going thru pre-qualifying tech. 
4:17
Robert Hamke is a two time winner of the Governor’s Cup. This weekend he is the car owner for the No. 74, Ryan Lawler.
4:14
Up next is qualifying at approximately 4:15 p.m. We will be posting live qualifying times and then an overall qualifying order once everyone has taken times. 
4:14
Comment From frank 

are you posting qual times as they happen or all at once when it’s over? 

4:12
Comment From jimmy dru 

thanks for the great coverage ! will see you at the derby in a week and a half! 

4:12
They will take five laps behind the pace car before the start of the race. No caution will be thrown after the white flag is shown to the field in the Governor’s Cup 200. 
4:12
Cautions will count tonight in the Super Late Model race. 
4:10
Super Late Model rules for tonight: At lap 100 there will be a competition caution lasting ten minutes. They can make any changes they want in those 10 minutes. The drivers will line back up according to their order when the yellow was thrown. 
3:41
CRA regular Aaron Pierce came down to Florida for the Governor’s Cup event. (51 Photo)
3:38
Merritt Island, FL’s Bryan Finney won the 50-lap prelude to the Pete Orr Memorial during Speedweeks 2010. (51 Photo)
3:37
George Gorham (#10) and Shaughn McCormick (#34) (51 Photo)
3:37
3:36
Comment From Steven 

Do you guys have any idea on the purse for this race? 

3:36
The purse for the 2010 Governor’s Cup 200 is $5,000 to win plus lap money. Check out the Governor’s Cup link on the newsmyrnaspeedway.org for a better breakdown. 
3:33
Up next is the Driver’s Meeting at approximately 3:45 p.m. 
3:29
Jeff Scofield is driving for legendary Florida short tracker and Governor’s Cup winner Dick Anderson. (51 Photo)
3:28
Rebecca Kasten (#90) leads the pack with Travis Cope (#26) and Martin Pierce (#75) in tow. (51 Photo)
3:28
Yep, Ricky Brooks will be leading tech tonight. 
3:28
Comment From DeMan951 

Is Ricky Brooks the tech man tonight? 

3:26
Strictly Stocks are about to hit the track. 
3:22
Check out the list of past winners from the Governor’s Cup 200 – http://www.shorttrackhistory.org/Events/govcup200.html
3:20
Justin Larsen’s car on pit road. (51 Photo)
3:15
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3:15
Sportsmans will be the next ones back out on the track. 
3:13
Jeff Choquette led the second SLM practice session
3:13
Pro-Trucks are back out on the track. 
3:12
He’s running a Hamke racecar this weekend. 
3:12
Comment From ga racer 

Weller is fast everywhere he goes, what kind of car does he have this weekend. 

3:11
Super Late Model Second Practice Session on Saturday

Pos. No. Name Fast Time Speed
1 70 Jeff Choquette 17.719 100.156
2 5 Joe Boyd 17.855 92.48
3 90 Rebecca Kasten 17.856 96.551
4 23 Jimmy Weller 17.858 99.389
5 26 Travis Cope 17.863 99.289
6 51 Steven Nasse 17.881 99.629
7 74 Ryan Lawler 17.916 100.304
8 96 Ben Kennedy 17.917 98.021
9 84 Wayne Anderson 17.924 99.206
10 12 Travis Kittleson 17.955 98.94
11 36 Tim Russell 17.973 99.121
12 88 Justin Larsen 17.977 98.378
13 10 George Gorham 17.978 100.124
14 31 Aaron Pierce 17.979 98.7
15 64 Joe Winchell 18.017 98.137
16 86 Randy Anderson 18.034 6.04
17 11 David Rogers 18.042 98.343
18 127 Kyle Maynard 18.082 93.984
19 92 Jeff Scofield 18.103 94.964
20 119 JR McMickle 18.135 98.57
21 33 Casey Caudill 18.216 98.726
22 4b Alan Brunns 18.258 97.832
23 34 Shaughn McCormick 18.615 95.716
24 7 Vince Keller 18.885 91.377
25 26 Nathan Russell 19.052 92.915
26 52 Tom Molloy 19.233 87.075 

3:10
3:03
Jeff Choquette is currently the quickest in this practice session. 
2:59
Ben Kennedy’s crew works on the rear end during practice. (51 Photo)
2:55
Super Late Model First Practice Session on Saturday:

1 Jimmy Weller 17.779
2 Ben Kennedy 17.816
3 Jeff Choquette 17.822
4 Tim Russell 17.848
5 Steven Nasse 17.88
6 Ryan Lawler 17.888
7 Rebecca Kasten 17.894
8 Martin Pierce 17.899
9 Joe Boyd 17.912
10 Joe Winchell 17.928
11 George Gorham 17.993
12 Justin Larsen 18.044
13 Aaron Pierce 18.045
14 Jeff Scofield 18.056
15 Sam Watts 18.065
16 Travis Cope 18.079
17 Brian Finney 18.117
18 Travis Kittleson 18.122
19 Casey Caudill 18.134
20 Billy Mowery 18.163
21 Chad Akins 18.193
22 Kyle Maynard 18.209
23 James Glover 18.211
24 Shaughan McCormick 18.452
25 Jimmy Crowe Jr. 18.454
26 Alan Brunns 18.521
27 Vince Keller 22.526 

2:49
Super Late Models are about to go back out. 
2:41
Pro-Trucks are done with this session of practice and the Sportsman division is now lining up for their turn on the track. 
2:37
The No. 03 truck spins off Turn 4, might have minor damage but they didn’t collect anyone else. 
2:37
Looks like 13 Pro-Trucks are out in this practice session. 
2:31
Checkers are out for the Super Late Models. Looks like the Pro-Trucks are going out next. 
2:29
Looked like the No. 26 of Travis Cope got a little sand as he edges off the track on the frontstretch. He’s back on track and up to speed now. 
2:19
Tim Russell in the No.36 was the first car out in this session. 
2:17
Comment From Mike Ray 

Good Afternoon Speed51.com;Thanks for the coverage this weekend. 

2:17
Super Late Models are on the track for their only Governor’s Cup 200 practice of the day. 
2:10
Super Late Models are lining up for practice the No. 92 of Jeff Scofield will be one of the first cars to go out. 
2:07
2:05
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2:02
If you’re going to join us at New Smyrna Speedway today, don’t forget to grab your scanner on the way to the track. We’ll be on 454.000 starting at approximately 7:30 p.m. 
1:49
Some of the Super Late Models are rolling through tech as we speak. We are about 10 minutes away from practice for all the divisions. 
1:43
We’re here and all set up for today’s coverage of the Governor’s Cup 200 at New Smyrna Speedway. Here’s today’s schedule:

1:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open
2:00-3:30 p.m. Division Practice (All Divisions)
3:45 p.m. Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory)
4:15 p.m. Qualifying–Super Late Models
5:45-6:15 p.m. Autograph Session–ALL Super Late Models
6:50 p.m. Pre-Race Ceremonies/Invocation/National Anthem
7:15 p.m. Driver Introductions
7:30 p.m. Racing Begins
45th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup 200
presented by Bright House Networks
Super Late Models–200 laps
Pro-Trucks–25 laps
Sportsman–25 laps
Strictly Stocks–20 laps

Trackside Now: 45th Annual Governor’s Cup 200 – New Smyrna Speedway – 11/20/10