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That will conclude today’s Trackside Now coverage of the 7th Annual DT100 for Make-A-Wish. Thank you to all who tuned in to follow this great event and support such a great cause.

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4:42
Alby Ovitt holds up three fingers to signify his three DT100 victories. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:41
DT100 Lightweight Feature Results

1 Alby Ovitt
2 Brandon Bernier
3 Alex Lacognata
4 PJ Murphy
5 Ryan Green
6 Randy Cabral
7 Jason Phillips
8 Joey Scanlon
9 Jon Gambutti
10 Frankie Eldredge
11 Dan Murphy, Jr.
12 Chad Call
4:39
DT100 Middleweight Feature Results

1 Kyle Treadwell
2 Mike Netishen
3 Charlie Baldwin
4 Connor McDougal
5 Kevin Girard, Jr.
6 Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
7 Eddie MacDonald
8 Jason Myers
9 Brandon Lambert
10 Dave Thomas, Jr.
11 Joe Bell
12 Dan McKeage
4:25
CHECKERED FLAG: Alby Ovitt becomes a three-time winner of the DT100.
4:24
Lap 23: Murphy drifts up the track allowing Ovitt to put him one lap down. Ovitt now has two slower cars between himself and Bernier.
4:24
Lap 22: Ovitt has caught the tail end of the field. Will Bernier be able to close in?
4:23
Lap 20: Ovitt is way out in front, but there’s a group of five slower cars in front of him with five laps to go.
4:23
After the conclusion of this race, we’ll have full results from all features posted.
4:22
4:22
Lap 15: Ovitt continues to lead the way up front over Bernier. Lacognata has wheeled his machine to the third spot with 10 laps to go. Lacognata may be the fastest kart on the track, but he will need a caution to catch the top-two.
4:21
Mike Netishen (second), Kyle Treadwell (winner) and Charlie Baldwin (third) in DT100 Middleweight victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:20
Lap 10: Ovitt to the lead as they cross the stripe.
4:19
Lap 5: Olvitt, a two-time DT100 winner, is now second and pressuring Bernier for the lead.
4:18
GREEN FLAG: Bernier jumps to the early lead over Green. Ovitt makes his way up to the third spot and closes in on Green.
4:17
DT100 Lightweight Feature Lineup

1 Brandon Bernier
2 Ryan Green
3 PJ Murphy
4 Alby Ovitt
5 Alex Lacognata
6 Jon Gambuti
7 Frankie Eldredge
8 Jason Phillips
9 Randy Cabra
10 Chad Call
11 Joey Scanlon
12 Dan Murphy, Jr.
4:17
4:10
CHECKERED FLAG: Kyle Treadwell wins a DT100 feature for the second straight year.
4:09
Lap 20: Treadwell by Netishen and to the lead. Treadwell, last year’s Lightweight feature winner, now begins to pull away from the field.
4:06
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 13): MacDonald spins to bring out the caution.
4:04
Lap 10: Netishen continues to lead Treadwell up front. Helliwell is third with Dan McKeage and Kevin Girard, Jr. right behind him.
4:04
DT100 Middleweight Feature Lineup

1 Eddie MacDonald
2 Mike Netishen
3 Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
4 Jason Myers
5 Kyle Treadwell
6 Dan McKeage
7 Brandon Lambert
8 Charlie Baldwin
9 Joe Bell
10 Kevin Girard, Jr.
11 Connor McDougal
12 Dave Thomas, Jr.
4:03
Lap 6: Netishen continues to lead but Kyle Treadwell is right there on his bumper battling for the lead.
4:03
“Thrillin'” Dillon Moltz in DT100 Heavyweight victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:02
Comment From Ricky Rolfe

moltz is the man ! Taught him everything I know ….lol

4:01
Lap 2: Mike Netishen moves into the lead with Helliwell in second.
4:01
Helliwell tags fellow ACT competitor MacDonald as they go into the s-turn for the first time.
4:00
Eddie MacDonald will lead the Middleweight feature to the green flag. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:53
CHECKERED FLAG: Moltz wins the DT100 Heavyweight feature in his first start.
3:50
Lap 15: Moltz leads Jeff Ramsdell, Geoff Rollins, Mike Beyea and Bobby Timmons.
3:49
Moltz is in his own zip code with 12 laps complete. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:46
Lap 4: Moltz leads Geoff Rollins early on.
3:45
3:45
GREEN FLAG: Moltz brings them to the green, as things get dicey behind them.
3:43
Bobby Timmons chats with track manager Ryan Dyer before strapping in. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:42
Drivers prepare for today\’s Heavyweight feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:42
Jill Helliwell, the wife of Wayne Helliwell, Jr., has performed the National Anthem. We’re moments away from the first green flag.
3:37
Bryon Callen (chief starter) and Bill Callen (head scorer) talk before the first feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:34
The drivers for the DT100. And don\’t ask us what Dillon Moltz (far left) is doing. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:31
Star Speedway\’s Bobby Webber, Jr. is presented with the Top Fundraiser Award. Webber raised an astonishing $4,165 for Make-A-Wish. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:28
Bobby Timmons and Eddie MacDonald wait for driver introductions. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:27
The grid is set for today\’s first DT100 feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:17
DT100 Heavyweight Division Feature Lineup

1 Dillon Moltz
2 Geoff Rollins
3 Fred Leclair Jr.
4 Jon Booth
5 Russ Wood
6 Jeff Ramsell
7 Matt Pitkin
8 Alan Williams
9 Mike Beyea
10 Travis Canney
11 Mike Horn
12 Bobby Timmons III
3:17
Just a reminder that fans looking for lap-by-lap action can tune into Victory Lane Radio for their live call of today’s DT100. We encourage you to tune into their broadcast atwww.victorylaneradio.com as you follow along with 51’s Trackside Now updates and photos.
3:15
3:06
Speed51.com’s Brandon Paul and Mike Twist go 1-2 in the DT100 Media race.
2:25
With qualifying complete, we’re going to take a quick break to get ready for the DT100 Media Race and today’s features.
2:24
CHECKERED FLAG; Brandon Bernier makes a last lap pass in the s-turns to win the final Lightweight A-Main qualifier. Murphy hangs on for second. Ryan Green and Randy Cabral also qualify to the DT100.
2:22
Lap 8: Murphy continues to lead. Brandon Bernier has made his way by Cabral for the second spot.
2:20
2:20
GREEN FLAG: We’re back under green with Dan Murphy, Jr. leading the way over Randy Cabral.
2:19
Both drivers involved, “Slammin” Sammy Peabody and Tyler Morse are in new karts and will join the tail end of the field.
2:17
We will now have single-file restarts for the rest of today’s events.
2:17
There is a helmet in the middle of the race track, as well as some heavy damage to karts. But the word from race official is that everyone is OK.
2:16
RED FLAG: Horrible wreck on the frontstretch as they come to the green flag.
2:15
The final A-main qualifier is now rolling onto the track. There will be a brief break after this qualifier to refuel the karts before the DT100 staff race and media race.
2:13
CHECKERED FLAG: Alby Ovitt hangs on to win the second lightweight A-Main qualifier. Lacognata second, Frankie Eldridge third and Jason Phillips fourth. They’re all headed to the DT100.
2:12
Lap 10: Ovitt and Lacognata bump draft down the straightaways.
2:11
Lap 8: Lacognata still all over Ovitt for the top spot up front.
2:11
Lap 7: Phillips takes over third from Eldredge.
2:10
2:10
Lap 5: Frankie Eldredge currently holds the third position with Jason Phillips right behind him in the final transfer spot.
2:09
GREEN FLAG: Alby Olvitt leads the field to the green flag. Alex Lacognata goes from fifth to second in one turn and is already on the back bumper of Olvitt for the lead.
2:08
CHECKERED FLAG: Joey Scanlon wins the first Lightweight A-Main qualifier. PJ Murphy finishes second and Jon Gambutti third. A too close to call battle for the final transfer spot.
2:00
GREEN FLAG: “Blackjack” Joey Scanlon jumps to the early lead in the first Lightweight A-Main qualifier.
1:59
1:58
CHECKERED FLAG: Dan McKeage wins the final Middleweight A-Main qualifier over Eddie MacDonald. Kyle Treadwell and Dave Thomas also transfer to the DT100.
1:58
Lap 10: Thomas holds the final transfer spot with two laps to go.
1:57
Lap 8: MacDonald makes contact with McKeage in the s-turn but they both straighten it out and continue.
1:56
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 6): Kruczek in the wall in turn one. Quick yellow and we’re back to green.
1:55
Lap 5: Treadell takes fourth. McKeage holds a small margin over MacDonald up front.
1:55
Lap 3: Treadwell and Beaulieu make contact battling for the fourth and final transfer spot.
1:54
GREEN FLAG: McKeage leads the field into turn one. MacDonald finds a quick hole to the bottom and holds onto second.
1:53
Dan McKeage and Eddie MacDonald on the front row for the final Middleweight A-Main qualifier.
1:53
1:52
CHECKERED FLAG: Mike Netishen wins the second Middleweight A-Main qualifier. McDougal second, Girard third and Baldwin fourth. Burt Myers misses the show by one spot and finishes fifth.
1:51
Lap 10: McDougal back to second. Girard to third and Baldwin fourth.
1:49
Lap 5: Charlie Baldwin takes second from McDougal. Kevin Girard under Burt Myers for the final transfer spot.
1:48
GREEN FLAG: Netishen leads the field to green. McDougal quickly jumps into the second spot.
1:47
ISMA driver Mike Netishen leads the next qualifier onto the track.
1:45
1:45
CHECKERED FLAG; Brandon Lambert wins the first Middleweight A-Main qualifier. Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Joe Bell and Jason Myers all qualify for the DT100 Middleweight feature.
1:44
Lap 6: Lambert continues to lead over Helliwell. Bell has pulled away from Myers in the third spot.
1:42
Lap 3: Jason Myers and Joe Bell side-by-side for the third spot.
1:42
GREEN FLAG: The first Middleweight A-Main qualifier is underway. Brandon Lambert jumps out to the early lead over Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
1:40
1:39
CHECKERED FLAG: Dillon Moltz wins the final Heavyweight division A-Main qualifier. Jon Booth, Russ Wood, Sr. and Alan Williams qualify to the DT100.
1:39
Lap 9: Booth makes his way under Wood for the second spot. Moltz continues to lead up front.
1:38
Lap 7: Ryan Stuart holds the final transfer spot, but Alan Williams wants it.
1:37
GREEN FLAG: Moltz gets out to the early lead. Russ Wood and Jon Booth battle for the second spot.
1:36
1:35
2014 Granite State Pro Stock Series champion Dillon Moltz leads the final Heavyweight A-Main qualifier onto the track.
1:34
Canney will be penalized for rough driving. Mike Lafayette will be the final qualifier.
1:34
CHECKERED FLAG: Timmons wins the second Heavyweight A-Main qualifier. Leclair, Pitkin and Canney qualify to the DT100 Heavyweight feature.
1:33
Lap 10: Timmons continues to lead Leclair up front. Pitkin second and Canney in the final transfer spot.
1:32
Bobby Timmons leads the way over Fred Leclair. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:29
GREEN FLAG: Timmons takes the lead into turn one over Fred Leclair.
1:28
1:28
Bobby Timmons leads the next Heavyweight qualifier onto the track.
1:27
CHECKERED FLAG; Mike Horn wins the first Heavyweight A-Main qualifier. Ramsell, Beyea and Rolins all qualify to the DT100 Heavyweight feature.
1:25
Lap 9: Jeff Rollins gets by Melvin for the fourth and final transfer spot.
1:25
Lap 7: Horn to the lead. Ramsell second, Beyea third and Melvin fourth.
1:24
Lap 5: Jeff Ramsell has made his way to the lead, but he’s dealing with heavy pressure from Mike Horn.
1:23
Steve Dickey will be sent to the rear for his involvement in the incident.
1:22
Hard hit for Dennis Dumas on the frontstretch, but he continues under caution.
1:21
GREEN FLAG: Dennis Dumas jumps out to the lead early on over Mike Horn.
1:21
The first Heavyweight A-Main qualifier is now rolling onto the track. The top-four finishers qualify to the DT100.
1:20
1:20
1:19
Brandon Bernier wins the third Middleweight consolation race over Tim Boyle and Ashley Glaude.
1:16
Alex Lacognata wins the second Lightweight consolation race.
12:57
Kyle Treadwell gets by Stephens to win the final Middleweight qualifying heat race Stephens holds on to second, Barney Boyle third and Bryan Kruczek takes the final transfer spot in fourth.
12:56
Stephens leads the way. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:54
Stephens, the polesitter, leads on lap 5 but Treadwell is closing in. Boyle and Kruczek hold the final two transfer spots.
12:51
We have some heavy hitters in the final Middleweight consolation race. Multi-time MSA champion Trent Stephens, 2014 DT100 Lightweight champion Kyle Treadwell and Pro All Stars Series driver Bryan Kruczek are all in this heat race.
12:50
Baldwin wins over Keane, Seuss and Micah Kilton.
12:48
Five laps into the second Middleweight qualifying heat, Charlie Baldwin leads Darrell Keane and Andy Seuss.
12:46
Jason Myers cruised to victory in the first Middleweight consolation race. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:44
12:43
Jason Myers wins over Justin Bankowsk, Chris Leonard and Jake Cray. All four qualify to the A-Main qualifiers.
12:42
Maine Indoor Karting manager Ryan Dyer calls shots from the infield. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:41
Jason Myers currently leads the way with just two laps to go.
12:41
Race director Josh Vanada points to the drivers and says, “Use your heads.”
12:40
Unger is out of his car and receives a round of applause from the crowd.
12:40
Heavy hit in turn number one for Mike Unger has brought the field to a stop on lap 12 of the first Middleweight consolation race.
12:32
Booth wins the final Heavyweight consi over Pitkin and Dore.
12:30
Moulton goes around in the s-turns. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:22
As we get closer to feature time here at Maine Indoor Karting, 51 will be providing occasional lap-by-lap updates but focusing more on bringing you photos and behind-the-scenes information.

For a lap-by-lap call of today’s feature, we encourage you to check out Victory Lane Radio beginning at approx. 1:30 p.m. ET to compliment our coverage here onSpeed51.com.

12:19
Comment From Guest

Good luck Pelland!!!!

12:16
12:15
Comment From Racema

Go Twisty!!!!!

12:15
CHECKERED FLAG: Jeff Ramsell wins the first heavyweight consolation race. Alan Williams finishes second and Patrick Tanguay holds off twist at the line for third.
12:14
Lap 10: Speed51.com’s Mike Twist is in this race and currently in an intense battle for the third and final transfer spot.
12:14
Unfortunately for Leon Keniston, the wing on his helmet didn’t prevent him from spinning early on in this consolation race. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:10
GREEN FLAG: Jeff Ramsell jumps out to an early lead. Jimmy Russell moves into second with Patrick Tanguay third.
12:09
The first Heavyweight consolation race is now on the track.
12:09
Jacob Dore\’s name on his nameplate is upside down, but for a reason. Dore said that about four years ago he put his nameplate upside down for good luck. He\’s never failed to qualify with the plate like that, so this year event promoter Dave Thomas made him a custom nameplate. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:05
CHECKERED FLAG; PJ Murphy wins the final Lightweight qualifying heat. Phillips and Peabody are also on to the A-qualifiers.
12:04
Lap 8: PJ Murphy continues to lead. Jason Phillips is up to second with Peabody holding the final transfer spot.
12:03
BLACK FLAG: TJ Laro gets a stop and go for rough driving.
12:03
Alex Lacognata entered the event as a heavy favorite, but he’ll need to qualify to the feature through a consolation race after finishing fourth in his heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:01
GREEN FLAG: PJ Murphy leads the field into turn one. Sam Peabody jumps into second with Jason Phillips in third.
11:58
There will be one more qualifying heat for the lightweight division.
11:58
CHECKERED FLAG: Dan Murphy, Jr. wins over Bobby Rodier and Ryan Vanasse.
11:57
There’s a lot of giving and not a whole lot of taking on restarts here at the DT100. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:55
Murphy takes the lead from Rodier. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:54
GREEN FLAG; ISMA race directory Bobby Rodier leads the field to green. But it’s Dan Murphy, Jr. taking the lead early.
11:51
11:51
Evan Beaulieu’s pass to secure the final transfer spot in the fourth Middleweight division qualifying heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:51
CHECKERED FLAG: Alby Ovitt wins the second lightweight qualifying heat. Tyler Morse and Travis Buzzell also qualify to the next round.
11:48
Alex Lacognata, the track record holder at Maine Indoor Karting, is in this qualifying heat. Currently with five laps complete, Star Speedway announcer Tyler Morse leads the way over Alby Ovitt.
11:43
CHECKERED FLAG: “Blackjack” Joey Scanlon wins the first qualifying heat for the lightweight division. Nick Cusack second and Randy Cabral third.
11:42
Andy Seuss trying to master the s-turn. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:41
Lap 8: Scanlon to the lead. Cabral stills second with heavy pressure from Nick Cusack.
11:40
Lap 5: Randy Cabral to the lead as Joey Scanlon jumps into the second spot.
11:39
11:39
Comment From SLM fan

Good luck Derek Griffith #12

11:39
GREEN FLAG: Sara Palmieri takes the lead early on. Cabral is charging into second.
11:38
The first lightweight qualifying heat is now on the track. Multi-time NEMA champion Randy Cabral and Granite State Pro Stock Series competitor Derek Griffith, who raised $1,000 for Make-A-Wish in under one week, are two of the drivers in this feature.
11:37
Dillon Moltz talks to PA announcer Shawn Sicard. It\’s his first time here and he says confidently, \”I think I had the track figured out on the warm up laps.\”
11:33
Burt Myers wheeling the No. 18 around the Maine Indoor Karting road course.
11:32
CHECKERED FLAG: Joe Bell wins over Connor McDougal and Evan Beaulieu, who uses a last lap pass to secure the final transfer spot.
11:30
Lap 8: Bell takes the lead in turn 8 and the crowd erupts.
11:30
Lap 7: McDougal to the race lead. Raymond tries to battle back and it’s a three way race with Joe Bell also right there.
11:28
BLACK FLAG: Kyle Treadwell receives the black flag for rough driving.
11:28
Lap 3: Raymond leads Treadwell and McDougal. Treadwell was the lightweight feature winner during last year’s DT100. McDougal was the middleweight feature winner one year ago.
11:27
DT100 Middleweight Heat #4 Lineup

1 Barry Raymond
2 Bryan Kruczek
3 Joe Bell
4 Patrick Millette
5 Rich Eaton
6 Connor McDougal
7 Justin Bankowski
8 Even Beaulieu
9 Kyle Treadwell
11:26
McKeage and Helliwell battle for position. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:25
11:25
Comment From 17 ma crew

Good luck Eddie mac

11:25
Comment From Lenny

Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

11:24
CHECKERED FLAG: Dan McKeage wins Middweight Heat #2 over Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Burt Myers.
11:23
Myers was making some practice laps here yesterday and it seems to have paid off. He is now third with two laps to go.
11:23
Dan McKeage has made his way from eighth to the top spot. He leads Helliwell and Stephens. Myers and Seuss behind them. This is one of the few times all year you’ll find one race with as much talent as you see here today.
11:21
DT100 Middleweight Heat #2 Lineup

1 Trent Stephens
2 Burt Myers
3 Joey Payne
4 Andy Seuss
5 Justin Storace
6 Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
7 Jake Cray
8 Dan McKeage
9 Darrell Keane
11:18
Victory Lane Radio is expecting to go live around 12:30 p.m.
11:18
Comment From Melissa Kilton

How do we watch it live? I tried to listen on Victory Radio but it was playing music and not the racing. Thanks!

11:16
Mike Netishen wins the second Middleweight feature over Eddie MacDonald and Matt Anderson.
11:07
CHECKERED FLAG: Brandon Lambert wins over Kevin Girard and Dave Thomas.
11:06
Lap 5: Lambert jumps out to the lead over Thomas and Myers. Mike Ordway black flagged.
11:02
Southern Modified star Jason Myers starts second in the first Middleweight heat.
11:01
\”The Outlaw\” Eddie MacDonald chats with Mainely Motorsports TV\’s Steve Perry. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:58
CHECKERED FLAG: Dickey wins over Canney and Cabral.
10:56
DT100 founder Dave Thomas, Jr. will lead the first Middleweight feature onto the track shortly. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:51
YELLOW FLAG: Bobby Webber, Jr. spins to bring out the yellow. Canney leads Ramsell and Williams up front.
10:50
GREEN FLAG: Canney jumps into the early lead as Ramsell works his way from fourth to the second spot.
10:48
Earlier today, officials at the DT100 announced a three race triple crown series for charity karting events in the Northeast. The three events will include the Race to End Vanishing White Mater Disease, Karting to Conquer Cancer and the DT100 for Make-A-Wish.
10:47
10:47
DT100 Heavyweight Qualifying Heat #4 Lineup

1 Travis Canney
2 Pete Fraser
3 Clyde Janvrin
4 Jeff Ramsdell
5 Bobby Webber, Jr.
6 Alan Williams
7 Bobby Cabral
8 Steve Dickey, Jr.
9 Ryan Ptikin
10:46
CHECKERED FLAG: Moltz takes the win. Horn holds on for second, as Campbell gets by Keniston on the white flag lap to take the final transfer spot.
10:44
Booth will go to the rear for his involvement in the accident. Keniston has inherited the third spot as we prepared for a green-white-checkered finish.
10:43
WHITE FLAG: Moltz and Horn make contact coming to the white. At the same time, Lafayette spins after contact with Booth battling for the third spot.
10:42
10:42
Lap 8: We have a battle for the lead as Horn has closed in on Moltz. Lafayette and Booth are also in a battle for the final transfer spot.
10:41
Lap 6: Moltz jumps back out to the lead as last year’s winner Mike Horn makes his way to the second spot.
10:39
The driver is Leon Keniston. He will rejoin the tail end of the field.
10:39
Lap 4: Moltz jumps to the top spot, but deeper back we have another spin in the s-turns. We can’t tell who the driver is, but he appears to be stuck under the tire wall. He also doesn’t appear to be too happy as he put his hands up and clapped as the field rolled by him.
10:37
The top-three from each heat qualify to A-Main qualifiers. The rest go to a consolation race.
10:37
Comment From mike

How many qualify from each heat

10:37
Bumpin\’ and bangin\’ coming to the green flag for heat three. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:33
DT100 Heavyweight Division Heat #3 Lineup

1 Tim Richardson
2 Jimmy Russell
3 James Maxwell
4 Leon Keniston
5 Jon Booth
6 Nick Campbell
7 Mike Lafayette
8 Dillon Moltz
9 Mike Horn
10:32
10:32
CHECKERED FLAG: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway driver Bobby Timmons takes the win. Stuart second and Hollins edges out Pitkin for the third and final transfer spot.
10:31
Lap 10: Timmons takes over the lead. Stuart second and the battle is for the final transfer spot. Rollins and Pitkin battling it out for the spot.
10:29
Lap 5: Stuart continues to lead, as Timmons moves into second.
10:26
Comment From Rachet and Babz

Go get ’em Zac!!!

10:26
GREEN FLAG/YELLOW FLAG: Stuart holds the advantage into turn one, but we have a spin in the back of the field.
10:21
DT100 Heavyweight Qualifying Heat #2 Lineup

1 Ryan Stuart
2 Paul Palen
3 Steve Johnson
4 Glenn Murch
5 Matt Pitkin
6 Clint Moulton
7 Bobby Pelland
8 Bobby Timmons III
9 Zac Fraser
10:20
CHECKERED FLAG: Leclair and Dumas drag race to the finish. Dumas wins it by a hair. Russ Wood will be the final car to transfer to the A-qualifier.
10:19
YELLOW FLAG: Jacob Dore brings out the yellow with one lap remaining.
10:18
10:18
Lap 11: Leclair takes over the top spot.
10:18
Lap 10: Leclair is all over Dumas’ back bumper for the lead. Wood has moved into third.
10:17
Lap 8: Leclair by Tanguay to take the second spot.
10:17
Lap 7: Leclair takes over the third spot. Wood to fifth.
10:16
Lap 6: Supermodified veteran Russ Wood is currently fifth.
10:15
Lap 4: Dumas continues to lead the way over Tanguay, Melvin and Leclair.
10:14
YELLOW FLAG: Jacob Dore brings out today’s first caution for a spin in the s-turns.
10:14
GREEN FLAG: The DT100 is underway. Dennis Dumas leads today’s first lap.
10:13
Today’s event will feature double-file file starts and restarts. This is a change to last year’s event which featured single-file starts and restarts.
10:12
The first heat race is now rolling onto the track.
10:11
Wayne Helliwell, Jr., a former DT100 winner, relaxes a bit before his heat race. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:10
10:10
Fans tuning into 51’s Trackside Now coverage today can also listen to today’s events on Victory Lane Radio. The live broadcast from Scarborough, Maine begins at approx. 12:30 p.m. ET and can be heard on www.victorylaneradio.com.
10:08
DT100 Heavyweight Heat #1 Lineup

1 Patrick Tanguay
2 Mike King
3 Dennis Dumas
4 Jacob Dore
5 Fred Leclair Jr.
6 Bobby Melvin
7 Mike Beyea
8 Russ Wood
9 Corey Norton, Jr.
10 Mike Twist

 

10:08
Attention Short Track, Super Late Model fans… on Monday, March 2, at 5pm ET, the Pro All Stars Series will be making a special announcement on Speed51.com. Check out all the details for this unprecedented announcement on Monday, but join in on the conversation via Twitter by using the handle @PASSSLM14 and on the PASS Facebook page as well.
10:08
Drivers in the first heavyweight heat race are now getting strapped into their karts.
10:03
DT100 Driver Roster

X “Blackjack” Joey Scanlon
00 Bryan Kruczek
01 Burt Myers
01JR Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
02 Geoff Rollins
02X Jake Cray
04 Jason Myers
05 Jacob Dore
0 Richie Ashford
0X Paul Palen
07 Micah Kilton
09X Frankie Eldredge
2 Nick Cusack
2B Charlie Baldwin
3 Travis Buzzell
4 Jason   Parsons
4X Rich Eaton
5 Dillon Moltz
F5 Tommy Bowley
6 Mike Murphy
7 Mike Lafayette
7L TJ Laro
7R Jeff Ramsdell
8 Clint Moulton
8M Connor McDougal
9 Tim Richardson
9C Chad Call
10 Pete Palmieri
11 Fred Leclair Jr.
11J Steve Johnson
11L Brad Wygant
11P Chris Perley
11RI Ryan Vanasse
12D Derek Griffith
12RI Bobby Pelland
12X Ronnie Corbeil
13 Jimmy Russell
13K Leon Keniston
14 Matt Frahm
15 Dennis Dumas
16 Brandon Bernier
17 Travis Benjamin
19 Trent Stephens
19ME Kevin Girard, Jr.
19W Bobby Webber, Jr.
21 Matt Pitkin
22 Chris Leondard
22X Justin Storace
23 James Maxwell
24 Ryan Stuart
25P Scott Poland
27 Barry Raymond
27RG Gordon Douglas
28 Alan Williams
29 Mike King
29B Bobby Seymour
29M Matt Seymour
29P Ryan Pitkin
29W Russ Wood
30 Melinda McCarthy
33 Alex Lacognata
33S Fred Skaff
34 Glenn Murch
35 Alby Olvitt
36 Travis Canney
36G Jon Gambuti
36M Mark Douglas
37 Pete Fraser
37Z Zac Fraser
38 Patrick Millette
N40 Dan McKeage
41 Bobby Rodier
41JR Dan Murphy, Jr.
44 Ashley Glaude
44T Kyle Treadwell
45 Joey Payne
45T Tiffany Payne
47 Wayne Osborne
47C Randy Cabral
48 Bobby Timmons III
49 Matt Anderson
50 Mike Twist
51 Mike Ordway, Jr.
52 Tim Boyle
55 Mike Netishen
56 Even Beaulieu
57 Bill Fiski
61 Mike Spurling
66 PJ Murphy
66C Bobby Cabral
67 Sara Palmieri
68 Jon Booth
70 Andy Seuss
71 Eddie MacDonald
71X Pam Ford
74 Mike Beyea
75 Johnny Ashley
77 Justin Bankowski
77NH Brandon Lambert
77M Tyler Morse
78 Barney Boyle
79 Patrick Tanguay
79K Darrell Keane
80 Mike Unger
81 Clyde Janvrin
83 Ryan Green
88 Nick Sweet
90 Corey Norton, Jr.
91 Sammy Peabody
91M Bobby Melvin
93 Mike Horn
94 Shawn Martin
97 Joe Bell
98 Steve Dickey, Jr.
99P Jason Phillips
100 Dave Thomas, Jr.
166 Derek Wright
284 Nick Campbell
608 Jimmy Twombly
10:01
Bryon Callen, race director for the Granite State Pro Stock Series, is here today serving as chief starter on the flagstand.
9:58
Today’s Schedule of Events

 

8:00 AM

DOORS OPEN / REGISTRATION BEGINS

 

9:30 AM

MANDATORY DRIVER’S MEETING / GROUP PHOTO

 

9:55 AM

TOP 10 FUNDRAISER PRACTICE (10 LAPS)

 

10:05 AM

HEAVY DIVISION HEATS (12 LAPS)

MEDIUM DIVISION HEATS (12 LAPS)

LIGHT DIVISION HEATS (12 LAPS)

HEAVY DIVISION CONSIS (12 LAPS)

MEDIUM DIVISION CONSIS (12 LAPS)

LIGHT DIVISION CONSIS (12 LAPS)

HEAVY DIVISION A-MAIN QUALIFIERS (12 LAPS)

MEDIUM DIVISION A-MAIN QUALIFIERS (12 LAPS)

LIGHT DIVISON A-MAIN QUALIFIERS (12 LAPS)

(POTENTIAL KART REFUEL PERIOD)

DT100 STAFF RACE (12 LAPS)

DT100 MEDIA RACE (12 LAPS)

MAKE-A-WISH PARADE LAPS

 

1:45 PM (APPROX)

WELCOMING

MAKE-A-WISH REPRESENTATIVES

FASTEST FEMALE LAP TIME AWARD

FASTEST MALE LAP TIME AWARD

RAY GREGORY MEMORIAL AWARD

DAVE THOMAS MEMORIAL AWARD

TOP FUNDRAISER AWARD

DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS

NATIONAL ANTHEM (JILL HELLIWELL)

 

2:15 PM (APPROX)

HEAVY DIVISION FEATURE (25 LAPS)

MEDIUM DIVISION FEATURE (25 LAPS)

LIGHT DIVISION FEATURE (25 LAPS)

 

3:30 PM (APPROX)

ESTIMATED COMPLETION OF EVENT

9:57
Today’s only practice session for the top-10 fundraisers is underway.
9:51
NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour competitors Burt Myers and Andy Seuss chat after the driver\’s meeting. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:51
9:46
The drivers for the 7th Annual DT100. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:41
Vanada reminds drivers that this is a charity event. “Some of you are champions. Being thrown out of a charity event would be the biggest embarrassment of your career.”
9:38
Drivers listen in to Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park GM Josh Vanada, who is serving as race director here today. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:30
9:30
Good morning from Maine Indoor Karting in Scarborough, Maine. Welcome into today’s Trackside Now coverage of the 7th Annual DT100 for Make-A-Wish.

Over 100 drivers are here today to battle it out in the Northeast’s premier charity karting event.

9:29
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Trackside Now: 7th Annual DT100 at Maine Indoor Karting (ME) – 2/28/15