6:05
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6:04
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6:03
Zach Audet won the Mini Stock race. 
5:58
We will have much more on this ACT race and full recap later this week on Speed51.com
5:46
Jimmy Hebert was the 2012 Rookie of the Year in ACT after starting eight of the 10 races.  He logged a pair of top 10 runs and led laps in the final races of the season. Now with the yellow stripe off the car he becomes a winner in ACT Late Model competition. 
5:42
Jimmy Hebert poses with Governor Maggie Hassan after winning his first ACT race. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:39
Unofficial Finish – Governor’s Cup 150

1 58VT Jimmy Herbert 150
2 16NH Travis Fadden 150
3 17MA Eddie MacDonald 150
4 28ME Rowland Robinson Jr. 150
5 17RI Ray Parent 150
6 7NC Ben Lynch 150
7 23ME Dave Farrington Jr. 150
8 16ME Travis Stearns 150
9 37VT Brian Hoar 150
10 89VT Scott Payea 150
11 50ME Jeff White 150
12 80QC Donald Theetge 150
13 55VT Brent Dragon 150
14 27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr. 150
15 94ME Shawn Martin 150
16 95NH Pat Floyd 150
17 7ME Glen Luce 150
18 25ME Shawn Knight 150
19 97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. 150
20 18VT Jamie Fisher 149
21 34NH Todd Davis 148
22 40VT Eric Chase 148
23 5VT Bobby Therrien 148
24 15ON Derek Lynch 147
25 77MA Jimmy Linardy 146
26 9NH Kyle Welch 145
27 9VT Chip Grenier 138
28 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr 127
29 48QC Alex Labbe 122
30 31NH Luke Hinkley 111
5:33
Full results coming in a few minutes. 
5:12
We will have much more in a few minutes. 
5:12
Rowland Robinson Jr. was fourth and Ray Parent was fifth. 
5:11
Lap 150: Jimmy Hebert wins his first ACT Late Model event here at Lee. Travis Fadden coems home second and Eddie MacDonald is third. 
5:11
White flag. 
5:10
Four laps to go. 
5:09
Lap 144: Eddie MacDonald and Travis Fadden are left to fight for second. 
5:09
Lap 143: Jimmy Hebert is gone up front for the lead. 
5:09
Lap 142: Rowland Robinson Jr. is now fourth. 
5:08
Nine laps to go. 
5:08
Lap 139: Hebert is clear again for the lead. 
5:07
Lap 135: Hebert gets away again as Travis Fadden goes back to second. 
5:07
GREEN FLAG: 14 to go. 
5:06
One lap to green. 
5:05
Shawn Knight is being black flagged. 
5:05
Top Five: Hebert, MacDonald, Fadden, Payea, and Robinson Jr.. 
5:04
YELLOW FLAG: Glen Luce spins of the front bumper of Shawn Knight. 
5:03
Lap 133: Side-by-side for second as Hebert gets gone. 
5:02
Lap 132: Jimmy Hebert gets a start as Travis Fadden looks for second in the inside of MacDonald. 
5:02
GREEN FLAG: 19 Laps to go. 
5:01
One lap to green. 
5:01
19 laps to go. We got a little crossed up on the lap count during the last restart. 
5:00
YELLOW FLAG: Bobby Therrien and Jimmy Linardy spin and tangle going into turn one. 
4:59
Lap 132: Hebert clears and gets away. 
4:58
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
4:58
The start was waved off. Hebert got out in front a bit too much. 
4:57
GREEN FLAG: Hebert and MacDonald drag race to turn one. 
4:57
One lap to green. 
4:57
Field crosses over for the restart. 
4:56
Top Five: Jimmy Hebert, Eddie MacDonald, Travis Fadden, Ray Parent, and Scott Payea. 
4:55
YELLOW FLAG: Pat Floyd, Bobby Therrien, Jimmy Linardy and Chip Grenier tangle in turn two. 
4:55
Lap 130: Jimmy Hebert has look strong once he got the top spot. 
4:54
Lap 128: Eddie MacDonald has now comes to second. 
4:54
Lap 127: Jimmy Hebert takes the lead. 
4:53
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
4:53
One lap to green. 
4:52
Top Five: Fadden, Hebert, MacDonald, Parent and Payea. 
4:52
Travis Fadden has gone back to the front of the line. 
4:51
We will have to see who is scored the leader. 
4:51
Lap 126: Jimmy Hebert takes the lead on the high lane as Wayne Helliwell Jr. spins. 
4:51
GREEN FLAG: 25 laps to settle it here at Lee. 
4:50
One lap to green. 
4:49
25 laps to go. 
4:48
Joe Pole comes to pit road. He was outside the top 10. 
4:48
Top 10: Fadden, Hebert, MacDonald, Payea, Parent, Luce, White, Fisher, Helliwell Jr, and Hoar. 
4:47
YELLOW FLAG Lap 124: Alex Labbe and Jimmy Linardy spin in turn two. 
4:45
Lap 120: Fadden leads Hebert, but MacDonald is running them down. 
4:44
Lap 113: Eddie MacDonald is charging hard and takes third. 
4:44
Lap 111: Leaders in lap traffic as Jimmy Hebert goes for the lead. 
4:43
Lap 110: Fadden, Hebert, Payea, Parent and MacDonald. 
4:42
Lap 108: Helliwell gets out of shape and slides up and falls back several spots. 
4:42
Lap 107: Travis Fadden is now in lap traffic. 
4:41
Lap 106: Pat Floyd spins, but no yellow comes out. He keeps going and we stay green. 
4:41
Lap 104: Hebert uses the bumper and goes to second. 
4:40
Lap 103: Payea clears as Hebert follows. 
4:40
Lap 101: Scott Payea goes to second as Jimmy Hebert looks to follow. 
4:39
50 laps to go. 
4:39
Lap 98: Travis Fadded leads as Parent is now under fire from Scott Payea. 
4:39
Brian Hoar is making some noise and is up to ninth. 
4:38
Lap 95: Eddie MacDonald rides seventh. 
4:38
Lap 94: Hebert to fourth. 
4:38
Lap 93: Jimmy Hebert looks low on Wayne Helliwell Jr. for the fourth spot. 
4:37
Lap 91: Lots of shaking in the back of the pack as Fadden leads. 
4:36
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
4:36
One lap to green. 
4:36
Travis Fadden has never won a race in ACT Late Models. 
4:35
There are 20 cars on the lead lap. 
4:34
Several cars at the back pit for adjustments. 
4:33
Top 10: Fadden, Parent, Payea, Helliwell, Hebert, Luce, White, Pole, Theetge, and MacDonald. 
4:33
This is the first yellow of the day. 
4:32
Lap 91: YELLOW FLAG: Eric Chase spins off turn two. 
4:31
Lap 89: Leaders still working lap traffic. 
4:30
Lap 83: Travis Fadden takes the lead from Ray Parent. 
4:30
Lap 80: Eddie MacDonald cracks the top 10. 
4:29
Lap 78: Scott Payea gets around Wayne Helliwell Jr. for the third spot. 
4:29
Clean and green past halfway. 
4:28
Lap 75: Fadden pulled even with the leader, but a lap car forced him to return to the outside lane. 
4:28
Lap 73: Ray Parent is holding strong out front as Travis Fadden stays with him. 
4:27
Shaw Martin, Ben Lynch, Rowland Robinson, Eddie MacDonald, Brian Hoar, Dave Farringto, Pat Flord are 11th on back. 
4:26
Top 10: Parent, Fadde, Helliwell, Payea, Hebert, Luce, White, Pole, Theetge and Fisher. 
4:25
Jean-Paul Cyr is the next to go down a lap. 
4:25
Lap 63: Leader Ray Parent laps Eric Chase. 
4:24
Jimmy Hebert goes around the outside of Glen Luce for fifth. He’s come from 15th to fifth. 
4:24
Looks like the leaders have lap up into the top 25 now. 
4:23
Lap 57: Joey Pole gets around Jamie Fisher as well. 
4:23
Jimmy Hebert works low and goes to seventh. 
4:23
Lap 54: Jeff White follows to go to sixth. 
4:22
Lap 53: Glen Luce goes inside of Jamie Fisher for fifth. 
4:22
Lap 50: Leaders are working traffic now. Top Five: Parent, Fadden, Helliwell, Payea, and Fisher. 
4:21
Lap 46: The leaders of Ray Parent and Travis Fadden are setting a blistering pace. 
4:19
Lap 43: Scott Payea is now up to the back bumper of Wayne Helliwell Jr for the third spot. 
4:18
Eddie MacDonald has worked his way up to 15th as Brian Hoar rides 16th. 
4:17
Leaders are in lap traffic for the first time today. 
4:17
Lap 35: The front two have now left Wayne Helliwell Jr. in third. 
4:17
Lap 33: Scott Payea takes fourth from Jamie Fisher. 
4:16
Jimmy Hebert has come from 15th to crack the top 10. 
4:15
Brian Hoar is running 18th. 
4:15
Lap 25: Wayne Helliwell Jr. has closed up to the front two as the top five have checked out. 
4:14
Lap 22: Travis Fadden looks low on Ray Parent for the top spot. 
4:14
The front nine have broken away from the pack as we click off laps. 
4:13
Theetge is tenth after starting 14th. 
4:13
Lap 17: Back in the pack Donald Theetge uses the bumper on Rowland Robinson Jr. to get the spot. 
4:12
Lap 15: Parent leads as Fadden rides in his tire tracks. It’s a few lengths back to Wayne Helliwell Jr. in third. 
4:11
Lap 10: No major movement from Brian Hoar who started 20th. 
4:10
Lap 10: Glen Luce and Jeff White are sixth and seventh. 
4:10
Lap 8: Parent, Fadden, Helliwell, Fisher and Payea are the top five. 
4:09
Lap 5: Parent has taken the top spot. 
4:09
Lap 3: Jamie Fisher is third as Wayne Helliwell Jr. looks under him. 
4:08
Lap 2: Ray Parent leads from the high side. 
4:08
Lap 1: Travis Fadden will lead the first lap of the season. 
4:07
GREEN FLAG: We are racing. 
4:07
One lap to green. 
4:07
Travis Fadden and Ray Parent will be the front row. 
4:06
Now a few warm up laps. 
4:05
Cars are on the parade and wave lap.
4:03
Brian Hoar is going for three Governor’s Cup 150 wins-in-a-row. 
4:02
Engines have fired. 
4:01
Today’s pole sitter Travis Fadden shakes hands with New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan during driver introductions. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:59
Driver intros are complete and the 30 machine are being prepped for action. 
3:58
There was a big roar for hometown favorite Wayne Helliwell Jr.. He is the defending ACT champion. 
3:57
Top three qualifiers Jamie Fisher, Ray Parent, and Travis Fadden. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:56
Brent Dragon and Jamie Fisher will each make their 11th start here today at Lee. They are the only two drivers to run all the ACT shows here at Lee. 
3:54
Joey Polewarczyk Jr. preparing for today’s race. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:51
The second round of the inaugural Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco season comes Saturday, April 27 on the high banks of Gresham Motorsports Park in Jefferson, Georgia. The top short track stars in the Southeast and beyond will be on hand at the fast half-mile GMP for the Racing Radios 125 presented by Schoenfeld Headers. For more details on this event, visit www.southernsuperseries.com and www.racegmp.com
3:50
Governor Maggie Hassan is being introduced to the New Hampshire crowd. She is the second female to be Governor in this state. 
3:50
The battle flags are out as the ACT drivers get ready to get introduced. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:46
Pre-race activities are underway. 
3:43
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3:42
The field assembles. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:41
ACT Governor’s Cup 150 Starting Lineup

1 16NH Travis Fadden
2 17RI Ray Parent
3 18VT Jamie Fisher
4 34NH Todd Davis
5 27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
6 9VT Chip Grenier
7 89VT Scott Payea
8 28ME Rowland Robinson Jr.
9 7ME Glen Luce
10 97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
11 50ME Jeff White
12 7NC Ben Lynch
13 94ME Shawn Martin
14 80QC Donald Theetge
15 58VT Jimmy Herbert
16 95NH Pat Floyd
17 23ME Dave Farrington Jr.
18 17MA Eddie MacDonald
19 25ME Shawn Knight
20 37VT Brian Hoar
21 31NH Luke Hinkley
22 40VT Eric Chase
23 55VT Brent Dragon
24 16ME Travis Stearns
25 5VT Bobby Therrien
26 9NH Kyle Welch
27 15ON Derek Lynch
28 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
29 77MA Jimmy Linardy
30 48QC Alex Labbe

 

3:40
Car have lined up on the frontstretch for driver introductions. 
3:36
Teams prep on pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:31
Wisconsin’s Madison International Speedway will be playing host to the ARCA Midwest Tour on May 4 and 5 in the Fifth Annual Joe Shear Classic 100. The top Touring Stars of the ARCA Midwest Tour will be joined by many of Madison’s Triple Crown Challenge Series regulars and more invaders from around the Midwest and beyond for this special event at MIS. The event will also feature the INEX Legends Cars in a National Qualifier race. For more details on MIS’s 2013 schedule, including the four-race Triple Crown Challenge Series that kicks off June 15-16, visitwww.madisoninternationalspeedway.com
3:30
ACT teams are now taking the war wagons and pit carts to the infield. 
3:30
Provisionals will go to Alex Labbe, Jean-Paul Cyr and Jimmy Linardy 
3:29
Lap 12: Therrien wins over Welch and Lynch. 
3:28
Kyle Welch is second and Derek Lynch is third. 
3:28
Therrien clears with two laps to go. 
3:28
Bobby Therrien goes to the lead. 
3:27
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing in the B-Main. 
3:27
Laquerre has returned. 
3:26
Joey Laquerre pits as four cars are on the tracks.  Some didn’t start because they had provisional. 
3:25
On the restart the 32MA Jerry Dawson went head on into the turn two wall.  the YELLOW is out as he goes pit side. 
3:24
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
3:24
Green has pulled off. 
3:24
One lap to green. 
3:23
YELLOW FLAG: Shane Green and Joey Laquerre tangle and Green rides the wall around one and two and stops in turn three. 
3:22
Lap 2: Bobby Therrien falls into second. 
3:21
Lap 1: Derek Lynch had the lead at the line.
3:21
GREEN FLAG: We are racing. 
3:21
B-Main Lineup

1 15ON Derek Lynch
2 5VT Bobby Therrien
3 9NH Kyle Welch
4 48QC Alex Labbe
5 61VT Joey Laquerre
6 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
7 82MA Mark Hudson
8 0ME Shane Green
9 32MA Jerry Dawson
10 12RI Bobby Pelland
11 53NH Tyler Fiscus
12 11RI Ryan Vanasse
13 77MA Jimmy Linardy
14 42MA Laine Chase
3:20
Cars are rolling on the speedway. 
3:20
Needless to say it’s go or go home time for some drivers. 
3:18
The B-feature is up next and it will be 12 laps. The top three advance and there are options for provisionals. 
3:17
Grant Aither won the Sportsman feature over J.R. Baril. 
3:08
It’s the first major Outlaw Super Late Model race of the 2013 season…it’s the Intimidator 100 at historic Kalamazoo Speedway in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Some of the top names in Outlaw Super Late Model racing will converge on one of the tracks best known for these sleek-bodied machines on opening night for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at Kalamazoo. Also on the card will be Kalamazoo’s Super Stocks, Pro Stocks, Mini Stocks and Cyber Stocks. For more details, visit www.kalamazoospeedway.com
3:05
Ray Parent will start the 2013 season towards the front in the ACT feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:05
Comment From Guest 

glad to see the racing season has started been a long winter 

3:02
After the Sportsman race which is on track now. We’ll let you know who wins this event. 
3:01
Comment From Guest 

what time does b feature start 

3:00
After today the American Canadian Tour will be back in action on Sunday April 28th at Thunder Road (VT). The 150 lap race will be the second of 14 races this year. 
2:58
Don’t forget that we are also live at Lucas Oil Raceway (IN) for the Cabin Fever Championships. http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/CRA/Trackside_Now_Lucas_Oil_LMS_4_12.html
2:50
Super Late Model racing is back in a big way at Wisconsin’s Madison International Speedway in 2013.  The Triple Crown Challenge Series includes four races in 2013 all taking place on Sunday afternoons.  The first race will take place on Sunday, June 16th followed by events on July 14th, July 28th, and September 8th.  The opening round of the Triple Crown is the first chance for Madison’s Super Late Model stars to start their hunt to take the track title away from Travis Sauter.  Some of the top names in Midwestern Super Late Model racing will all battle at Madison in this four-race Super Late Model spectacular.  For more, visit www.madisoninternationalspeedway.com
2:49
Sportsman feature is on the track now. 
2:48
Starting Lineup for the B-Feature

1 15ON Derek Lynch
2 5VT Bobby Therrien
3 9NH Kyle Welch
4 48QC Alex Labbe
5 61VT Joey Laquerre
6 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
7 82MA Mark Hudson
8 0ME Shane Green
9 32MA Jerry Dawson
10 12RI Bobby Pelland
11 53NH Tyler Fiscus
12 11RI Ryan Vanasse
13 77MA Jimmy Linardy
14 42MA Laine Chase
2:48
According to our calculations, Travis Fadden and Ray Parent will make up the front row for today’s Governor’s Cup 150. 
2:37
One of the most prestigious Super Late Model events in the country celebrates its 30th running in 2013. It’s the World Crown 300 at Jefferson, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park. The World Crown winners’ list reads like a who’s-who in short track racing and drivers from throughout the country will try to etch their name into World Crown history on July 4 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visit www.racegmp.com
2:36
Cars not yet in the show.
0ME Shane Green
11RI Ryan Vanasse
12RI Bobby Pelland
15ON Derek Lynch
32MA Jerry Dawson
32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
42MA Laine Chase (Withdrew)
48QC Alex Labbe
53NH Tyler Fiscus
5VT Bobby Therrien
61VT Joey Laquerre
77MA Jimmy Linardy
82MA Mark Hudson
9NH Kyle Welch
2:34
Lap 12: Brian Hoar holds off a final charge from Wayne Helliwell Jr., Eric Chase is third and Travis Stearns takes fourth. 
2:33
White Flag. 
2:33
Three laps to go as Hoar leads. 
2:33
Lap 6: Stearns is under fire for fourth as Bobby Therrian looks low on the 16 machine. 
2:32
Lap 4: : Brian Hoar has opened up by a few lengths on Wayne Helliwell Jr. 
2:32
Lap 3: Eric Chase is third with Travis Stearns in fourth. 
2:31
Lap 1: Brian Hoar leads lap one as Wayne Helliwell Jr. tried the crossover on lap 2. 
2:31
Hoar and Helliwell lead consi #2 to green. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:31
GREEN FLAG: We are underway. 
2:29
This is a very surprising front row as the heavy hitters from 2012 are one and two in this final Consi. 
2:28
Consi Two Lineup
1 37VT Brian Hoar
2 27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
3 40VT Eric Chase
4 16ME Travis Stearns
5 5VT Bobby Therrien
6 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
7 48QC Alex Labbe
8 0ME Shane Green
9 11RI Ryan Vanasse
10 12RI Bobby Pelland
11 77MA Jimmy Linardy 
2:28
Consi two coming up next. 
2:28
Lap 12: Martin wins over Davis, Hinkley and Brent Dragon.
2:27
Lap 11: Dragon takes fourth. One to go. 
2:27
Lap 10: Dragon looks high for the fourth spot. 
2:27
Lap 9: Martin leads the field. 
2:26
Lap 6: Brent Dragon is now looking over the fourth-place machine of Derek Lynch. 
2:26
Lap 4: Martin leads Davis. Luke Hinkley and Derek Lynch.
2:25
Todd Davis is hanging tough. 
2:25
Lap 2: Martin’s lead is by a half length. 
2:25
Lap 1: Shawn Martin gets the jump form the high lane and will lead. 
2:24
GREEN FLAG: Consi One is underway. 
2:24
One lap to green. 
2:24
Todd Davis moves up to the pole. 
2:24
Tyler Fiscus is slow on the track and has fallen to the rear and now has gone to the pits. 
2:22
12 laps the top four move on to the main event. 
2:22
Consi One Lineup
1 53NH Tyler Fiscus
2 94ME Shawn Martin
3 34NH Todd Davis
4 31NH Luke Hinkley
5 15ON Derek Lynch
6 55VT Brent Dragon
7 9NH Kyle Welch
8 32MA Jerry Dawson
9 42MA Laine Chase
10 61VT Joey Laquerre
11 82MA Mark Hudson
2:20
ACT Consi’s are up next. 
2:16
The Mini Stocks have their final heat on the track. 
2:11
Don’t forget that we are also live at Lucas Oil Raceway (IN) for the Cabin Fever Championships. http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/CRA/Trackside_Now_Lucas_Oil_LMS_4_12.html
2:09
With a new-found excitement, the CARS X-1R Pro Cup Series will continue its 2013 past the Dillon season opener April 6 with the Catawba Valley 250 on April 20 at Hickory Motor Speedway .  The legendary North Carolina facility will host the Pro Cup stars in one of the most anticipated events of the Pro Cup Season.  Check out www.x1rprocup.com for more details on this event or any others on the 2013 Pro Cup schedule. 
2:08
#42MA Laine Chase has withdrawn from today’s event following a hard hit to the wall during heat race #3. 
2:08
Consi One Lineup
1 53NH Tyler Fiscus
2 94ME Shawn Martin
3 34NH Todd Davis
4 31NH Luke Hinkley
5 15ON Derek Lynch
6 55VT Brent Dragon
7 9NH Kyle Welch
8 32MA Jerry Dawson
9 42MA Laine Chase
10 61VT Joey Laquerre
11 82MA Mark Hudson

Consi Two Lineup
1 37VT Brian Hoar
2 27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
3 40VT Eric Chase
4 16ME Travis Stearns
5 5VT Bobby Therrien
6 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
7 48QC Alex Labbe
8 0ME Shane Green
9 11RI Ryan Vanasse
10 12RI Bobby Pelland
11 77MA Jimmy Linardy

2:06
Two favorites for today’s race, Brian Hoar and Wayne Helliwell Jr., find themselves on the front row of consi #2. Full consi lineups coming shortly. 
2:03
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2:02
North East Mini Stock Tour now on the track for qualifying heat races. 
1:58
Travis Fadden, Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Jamie Fisher, and Ray Parent lead all qualified cars with a plus three qualifying rating. 
1:54
Be there when the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour visits Missouri’s only asphalt oval, Lebanon I-44 Speedway, for the Mercy Lebanon Masters of the Pros on Saturday, May 18th. The event will pay a minimum of $8,000 to win with $600 to start, highlighted by the winner receiving a signature green jacket similar to the one donned by the champion of golf’s The Masters event. The Mercy Lebanon Masters of the Pros 144 will be the first headline touring series event on the track’s schedule, which also has the track’s first-ever NASCAR K&N Pro Series West visit on Sunday, June 9. For a detailed schedule and more, visit www.i44speedway.net
1:53
Sportsman cars are on the track for heat racing. 
1:52
ACT Cars in the Show
16NH Travis Fadden
17MA Eddie MacDonald
17RI Ray Parent
18VT Jamie Fisher
23ME Dave Farrington Jr.
25ME Shawn Knight
28ME Rowland Robinson Jr.
50ME Jeff White
58VT Jimmy Herbert
7ME Glen Luce
7NC Ben Lynch
80QC Donald Theetge
89VT Scott Payea
95NH Pat Floyd
97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
9VT Chip Grenier
1:49
We will have a list of those who are in shortly. 
1:49
Floyd wins over Luce, Parent and Ben Lynch. 
1:48
Lap 9: Floyd is slowing the low lane as Ray Parent uses the high lane to get to third. 
1:48
Pat Floyd still leads as the pack is close up front. 
1:47
Lap 6: Brian Hoar is working his way forward. 
1:47
Luke Hinkley is now fourth. 
1:46
Brian Hoar is still at the tail. 
1:46
Lap 2: Glen Luce is second and Ben Lynch rides third. 
1:46
Pat Floyd leads lap one. 
1:45
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing 0 laps down. 
1:45
Hoar will restart ninth. 
1:45
Hoar has rejoined the pack at the tail. 
1:44
YELLOW FLAG: Brian Hoar got wide and spins. 
1:44
GREEN FLAG: Heat Four. 
1:43
One lap to green. 
1:43
We will have a complete restart. 
1:42
YELLOW FLAG is out. 
1:42
Lap 1: Brian Hoar leads, but behind him Ray Parent and Ryan Vanasse spin. 
1:42
Pat Floyd and Brian Hoar ready to bring heat #4 to the green. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:42
GREEN FLAG: Heat Four is underway. 
1:41
Heat Four
1 95NH Pat Floyd
2 37VT Brian Hoar
3 7ME Glen Luce
4 0ME Shane Green
5 7NC Ben Lynch
6 17RI Ray Parent
7 15ON Derek Lynch
8 11RI Ryan Vanasse
9 31NH Luke Hinkley
1:40
Chip Grenier wins over Dave Farrington Jr., Jeff White and Jamie Fisher. 
1:39
Fisher slams the door on Helliwell Jr. 
1:38
Lap 9: Grenier still leads Farrington Jr. 
1:38
Jamie Fisher rides fourth as Helliwell Jr. makes it up to fifth. 
1:38
Halfway in heat three. 
1:37
Wayne Helliwell Jr. is stuck at the back of this pack. 
1:37
Lap 3: Grenier leads Dave Fairrington and Jeff White. 
1:36
Lap 1: Chip Grenier tries for the lead on the outside. 
1:36
GREEN FLAG: Underway in Heat three. 
1:36
Getting set to go back green. 
1:34
Laine Chase didn’t make it far before he had trouble. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:34
Jerry Dawson also got some of that and has gone pit side. 
1:32
YELLOW on the start as Laine Chase pounds the wall before the line. 
1:32
Heat #3 led by Dave Farrington Jr. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:31
GREEN FLAG: Heat Three is away. 
1:31
One lap to green. 
1:31
Heat Three
1 23ME Dave Farrington Jr.
2 42MA Laine Chase
3 9VT Chip Grenier
4 50ME Jeff White
5 5VT Bobby Therrien
6 32MA Jerry Dawson
7 18VT Jamie Fisher
8 27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
9 34NH Todd Davis
1:31
It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash! The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands. For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visit www.kalamazoospeedway.com.
1:29
Hebert wins over Fadden, Pole and MacDonald. Shawn Martin is the odd man out in fifth. 
1:29
Joey Pole to the inside of Eddie MacDonald for third. 
1:28
Two laps to go. 
1:28
Lap 7: Travis Fadden goes under Eddie MacDonald for second. 
1:27
Shawn Martin is up to fifth from eighth. 
1:27
Lap 4: Jimmy Hebert has left the field and leads the pack. 
1:27
Joey Polewarczyk Jr. is up to fourth. 
1:26
Lap 2: Here comes Eddie MacDonald to challenge for the lead. Travis Fadden is up to third. 
1:26
Jimmy Hebert leads lap one. 
1:26
Heat 2 on the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:25
GREEN FLAG: Heat two is underway. 
1:24
We’ll have more info after we finish the heats. 
1:24
Heat Two
1 58VT Jimmy Herbert
2 82MA Mark Hudson
3 17MA Eddie MacDonald
4 9NH Kyle Welch
5 16NH Travis Fadden
6 97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
7 40VT Eric Chase
8 94ME Shawn Martin
9 12RI Bobby Pelland
10 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
1:24
Comment From Ashlynn 

Good luck to all of the racecar drivers!!! 

1:24
Donald Theetge wins over Rowland Robinson Jr, Scott Payea and Shawn Knight. They all move on to the feature. 
1:22
Two laps to go for Donald Theetge. 
1:22
Lap 6: Shawn Knight forces Brent Dragon up into the wall. Knight has gotten the piggy flag. 
1:22
Shawn Knight currently holds the final qualifying spot. Heavy pressure from Brent Dragon. 
1:21
Lap 4: Knight rides fourth in the final spot for the main event. 
1:21
Lap 3: Theetge leads Robinson and Scott Payea. 
1:20
Rowland Robinson Jr. is now second. 
1:20
Donald Theetge leads the charge on the first lap. 
1:20
GREEN FLAG: Take two is good. 
1:19
The start is waved off. 
1:19
Heat #1 is now on the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:19
GREEN FLAG: We are underway. 
1:18
12 laps and the top four move on to the main event. 
1:18
Heat One
1 80QC Donald Theetge
2 25ME Shawn Knight
3 28ME Rowland Robinson Jr.
4 55VT Brent Dragon
5 89VT Scott Payea
6 48QC Alex Labbe
7 53NH Tyler Fiscus
8 16ME Travis Stearns
9 61VT Joey Laquerre
10 77MA Jimmy Linardy
1:18
Cars are rolling for the first heat. 
1:17
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan will be the Grand Marshall for the Annual Governor’s Cup 150 later today. 
1:12
The PA has come to life and the crowd is filing in to see the racing card here this afternoon. 
1:10
ACT Late Models will out next for the first heat race of the afternoon. 
1:09
The final group of local cars are wrapping up practice. 
12:58
The North East Mini Stock Tour has rolled onto the track for their first and only practice session before their 50-lap feature later today. 22 cars are currently on the track. 
12:58
In the recent ACT practice Brian Hoar was on top with a 15.562 over Travis Stearns, Jimmy Hebert, Jean-Paul Cyr, Jamie Fisher, Chip Grenier, Scott Payea, Donald Theetge, Travis Fadden and Wayne Helliwell Jr. 
12:49
25 minutes till post time. 
12:44
Brian Hoar in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:41
ACT practice has ended. 
12:40
Mother Nature intervened for the original April 13 race date, but don’t miss out when the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS starts off its season at Anderson Speedway (IN) on May 4 with the Sell It Again, Sam! 125 presented by Great Deals Magazine. The short track gladiators of the ARCA/CRA Super Series will battle for 125 laps in one of the most anticipated early-season Super Late Model events.  For more details, entry forms for racers and more, visit www.andersonspeedway.com
12:37
Comment From BigWaveDave 

Thank you Speed51 for the coverage. Looking for a good run from the 17RI of Ray Parent and company. 

12:37
We are in the final few minutes of ACT practice. 
12:37
Eddie MacDonald, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Glen Luce, and Alex Labbe are the only four cars out on the track as ACT practice winds down here at Lee USA Speedway. 
12:33
The track is in full sunshine as we close in on the post time at 1:15pm. 
12:33
Heat Race Lineups
Heat One
1 80QC Donald Theetge
2 25ME Shawn Knight
3 28ME Rowland Robinson Jr.
4 55VT Brent Dragon
5 89VT Scott Payea
6 48QC Alex Labbe
7 53NH Tyler Fiscus
8 16ME Travis Stearns
9 61VT Joey Laquerre
10 77MA Jimmy Linardy
Heat Two
1 58VT Jimmy Herbert
2 82MA Mark Hudson
3 17MA Eddie MacDonald
4 9NH Kyle Welch
5 16NH Travis Fadden
6 97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
7 40VT Eric Chase
8 94ME Shawn Martin
9 12RI Bobby Pelland
10 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
Heat Three
1 23ME Dave Farrington Jr.
2 42MA Laine Chase
3 9VT Chip Grenier
4 50ME Jeff White
5 5VT Bobby Therrien
6 32MA Jerry Dawson
7 18VT Jamie Fisher
8 27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
9 34NH Todd Davis
Heat Four
1 95NH Pat Floyd
2 37VT Brian Hoar
3 7ME Glen Luce
4 0ME Shane Green
5 7NC Ben Lynch
6 17RI Ray Parent
7 15ON Derek Lynch
8 11RI Ryan Vanasse
9 31NH Luke Hinkley
12:26
After being involved in the first wreck of the 2013 ACT season, the #80 machine piloted by Donald Theetge is out on the track for this practice session. 
12:26
Wayne Helliwell Jr. hope to leave Lee as the winner. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:22
Shawn Martin at speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:22
Over 12,000 spectators turned out on a warm Tuesday night to witness third-generation Wisconsin racer Travis Sauter beat several NASCAR stars – in a field of 71 super late model racers – to score a popular victory in the 150-lap Howie Lettow Memorial Midwest Tour super late model race at the historic Milwaukee Mile.

This summer, the highly-anticipated event returns to the Milwaukee Mile with the ARCA Midwest Tour and moves to the second Monday and Tuesday in July. Event organizers, building on the success of last year, are adding a Monday night concert featuring the heritage Southern rock band 38 Special. NASCAR drivers Matt Kenseth and Kenny Wallace are also scheduled to be a part of the Howie Lettow Memorial event.

Tickets for the July 8-9, 2013 “ARCA Fest” are now on sale at www.ARCAfest.com.

12:21
Cars circle the track in search of speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:19
The second group of cars have wrapped up practice. The third group is now on the track. 
12:18
Glen Luce (7ME) and Todd Davis (34). (Speed51.com Photo)
12:15
Wayne Helliwell Jr., Jean Paul Cyr, Ray Parent, Jimmy Hebert, Ben Lynch, Dave Farrington Jr., and Chip Grenier are all out on the track for this practice session. 
12:13
The second wave of cars has now come out on the track. 
12:11
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12:09
Defending race winner Brian Hoar, TD Bank 250 winner Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Scott Payea, and Brent Dragon are all on the track to start practice.
12:07
Here’s a rundown of how today’s qualifying for the Governor’s Cup 150 will work:

There will be four ACT qualifying heats to start the day. The top four drivers from each heat will qualify for the main event and start based on their +/- from the heat race.

Following the heat races, there will be two consolation races. The consolation races will also qualify four drivers. The top two drivers from the consolation races will carry over their +/- from their heat.

After the consolation races, there will be three provisionals available for the main event. Two for full-time ACT US competitors and one for a full-time ACT Castrol Series competitor who has not yet qualified.

There will then be a “B Feature” that will qualify the final three cars for the Governor’s Cup 150. 

12:06
Cars have now rolled out for practice. 
11:51
The rest will come from consi races and B races. 
11:50
Heats will be 12 laps with four coming from each. 
11:49
There will be four heats and there will be B Feature. 
11:44
Comment From Old Man Richard

Good morning to everyone == Thanks Speed/51 for the great coverage == You folks make our weekends == Along with the drivers- teams – the tracks & staffs and especially the Sponsors == Everyone have a safe weekend == Thanks == A Fan == Conyers, Ga. == 

11:42
Comment From Troy Germain

I think Helliwell will be the man to beat today. Although Cyr was fastest in practice yesterday, great to see Cyr continue to improve his program 

11:38
Comment From SRD

I am putting my money on Brent Dragon today. Go Dragon wagon! 

11:38
Practice begins at the top of the hour as the meeting continues. 
11:32
Curley is also addressing the drivers about the racing that was witnessed in the off season in Daytona. In short he is telling his drivers not to run each over on the track. 
11:28
Tom Curley is addressing the drivers on blocking and the piggy flag that is used in ACT to show when some one is “hogging” the track. 
11:18
The driver’s meeting is underway. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:07
We are heading to the driver’s meeting. 
11:06
Travis Stearns leads a list of drivers making the trip from the Pine Tree State of Maine for today’s race. Joining him is Shane Green, Shawn Knight, Shawn Martin, Rowland Robinson Jr., Dave Farrington Jr., Glen Luce, and Jeff White. 
11:04
We are about 10 minutes from the driver’s meeting. 
11:03
Eddie MacDonald will be making his second start of the weekend after running at Five Flags Speedway (FL) last night in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race. Eddie finished 15th last night. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:56
We have checked in and think he’ll be at some bigger shows this year and at Thunder Road Speedbowl as he looks for his third “King of the Road” title. 
10:56
Comment From Kris from ME 

Is Nick Sweet not running the tour this year??? 

10:52
After a successful season running at Oxford Plains Speedway last season, Maine driver Travis Stearns will pilot the #16 Richard Green Racing ride full-time on the American-Canadian Tour this season. He is here today and was a top five car in yesterday’s final practice. 
10:47
Teams make adjustments in the tech line. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:46
This is the only trip to Lee USA Speedway for the ACT Late Models here this season. 
10:45
In addition to the ACT Late Models the New England Mini Stock Tour has a strong group of about 20 plus cars will be racing today. 
10:43
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10:41
This will be the 11th race for the ACT Late Models here at Lee USA Speedway. Jean-Paul Cyr and Brent Dragon have each finished in the top 10 here a total of six times. 
10:37
Alex Labbe is one of a handful of Canadian drivers here today. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:31
The track crews are out on the surface blowing and cleaning things up. This will be the first race of the season here at Lee. 
10:29
More teams tweak on their cars before the drivers meeting. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:28
It’s an unprecedented triple-header of Super Late Model action North of the Border in 2013…the Autobus La Quebecois Triple Crown at the Autodrome Chaudiere in Valley Junction, Quebec in 2013. The Autobus La Quebecois Triple Crown will pit the best Super Late Model drivers from across North America in a series of three events with a purse totaling $135,000. And, as an added bonus, drivers who compete in all three Triple Crown events will vie for their share of a bonus points fund totaling $30,000. Round 1 will be a 150 lapper on May 18, 2013 and will double as the Autodrome Chaudiere season opener. Round 2 will be staged on August 6, 2013 and will feature NASCAR star Kyle Busch competing at Chaudiere. The final round will be a 200 lap race on September 7, 2013. It will be pay $10,000 to win and will pay $100 per lap to the race leader, a total of $20,000 in guaranteed lap leader money.

For more details, visit www.autodromechaudiere.com

10:27
Brian Hoar turned the fastest lap in practice here yesterday with a lap of 15.583. 
10:25
Engines can not fire here till after 12pm. The pits are very quite right now without the roar of the cars. 
10:23
Teams are rolling over the scales right now in preparation for today’s race. 
10:22
Comment From Kris from ME 

Nice to see Eddie Mac made the trip back from 5 Flags to run today. Go Grimm Racing!!!! 

9:59
Jim Linardy rolled in this morning. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:58
Teams are already prepping for today. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:39
We are heading to the pits to get some shots before we get going today. 
9:38
A year ago Brian Hoar beat Wayne Helliwell Jr. for the win in this event, but by seasons end Helliwell had won the championship over the veteran Hoar. Today starts a second round in that title fight. 
9:36
Brian Hoar is going for three in a row here today. 
9:35
PREVIOUS ACT WINNERS AT LEE USA SPEEDWAY: Brian Hoar (2012 & 2011), Miles Chipman (2010), Brad Leighton (2009), Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (2008), Ben Rowe (2006), Jean-Paul Cyr (2005), Cris Michaud (2005), D.J. Kennington (2004), Patrick Laperle (2003) 
9:34
Today’s Schedule
9am Pits Open
11:15am Driver’s Meeting
12-12:40pm ACT Practice
12:40pm Lee Practice
1:15pm Start of Racing Action
Sportsman Heats (10 Laps)
ACT Heats
NEMST Heats (10 Laps)
Sportsman Feature (50 Laps)
ACT Consi (s)
National Anthem
Driver Intros
ACT NH Governor’s Cup 150
NEMST Feature (50 Laps) 
9:31
Cars on the Grounds (Unofficial) 38 total
37VT Brian Hoar
0ME Shane Green
11RI Ryan Vanasse
12RI Bobby Pelland
15ON Derek Lynch
16ME Travis Stearns
16NH Travis Fadden
17MA Eddie MacDonald
17RI Ray Parent
18VT Jamie Fisher
23ME Dave Farrington Jr.
25ME Shawn Knight
27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
28ME Rowland Robinson Jr.
31NH Luke Hinkley
32MA Jerry Dawson
32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
34NH Todd Davis
40VT Eric Chase
42MA Laine Chase
48QC Alex Labbe
50ME Jeff White
53NH Tyler Fiscus
55VT Brent Dragon
58VT Jimmy Herbert
5VT Bobby Therrien
61VT Joey Laquerre
77MA Jimmy Linardy
7ME Glen Luce
7NC Ben Lynch
80QC Donald Theetge
82MA Mark Hudson
89VT Scott Payea
94ME Shawn Martin
95NH Pat Floyd
97NH Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
9NH Kyle Welch
9VT Chip Grenier
9:26
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9:22
It’s a cool day here in New Hampshire, but warm for the spring time here at Lee. We expect the sun to continue to peak out of the clouds today as the temps will be close to the lower 60’s come race time. 
9:20
Good morning and welcome to Lee USA Speedway for the New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150. This is the first race of the 2013 season for the ACT Late Models as they get set to add another chapter to their historic record book. 
9:09
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Trackside Now: ACT New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 – Lee USA Speedway (NH) – 4/14/13