11:31
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years.
11:30
11:30
We are going to pack up and head home. We would like to thank McGunegill Engine Performance for sponsoring today’s coverage. Congrats to Augie Grill on winning his third Pro Late Model victory of 2012. Thanks for your time, as we always say…Until next time, good night from the Gulf Coast! 
11:28
Augie Grill is back in victory lane for the second race in a row. (speed51.com photo)
11:21
Allen Turner Hyundai 100 OFFICIAL Results

1. 112 – Augie Grill
2. 1 – Mike Garvey
3. 6 – Brandon Bendele
4. 9 – Mason Massey
5. 91 – Zak Hausler
6. 66 – Korey Ruble
7. 99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.
8. 41 – Chris Davidson
9. 18 – Hunter Robbins
10. 11 – Logan Boyett
11. 45 – Dwayne Buggay
12. 29 – Spencer Davis
13. 57 – Chad Pierce
14. 81 – Brandon Odom
15. 4 – Eddie Craig
16. 02 – Matt Smith
17. 36 – Keith Thorpe
18. 19 – Ray Black, Jr.
19. 41 – Troy Grisaffi
20. 79 – Kyle Bryant
21. 92 – Ron McDonald
22. 2 – DJ VanderLey 

10:23
We are headed down for photos and interviews. Be back shortly. 
10:22
CHECKERS – Augie Grill wins at Five Flags. 
10:22
WHITE – Grill still leads. 
10:21
Five to go – Grill leads by four car lengths over Garvey. Bendele is a distant third. 
10:20
10 to go – Grill still leads comfortably. 
10:19
15 to go – Does Garvey have one last charge in him? 
10:18
Lap 83 – Bendele caught in heavy traffic, and losing touch with the leaders. 
10:16
Lap 80 – Grill leads by 2 car lengths. 
10:16
Lap 79 – Massey goes by Ruble for fourth. 
10:15
Lap 75 – The leaders are going to begin to catch some lap traffic. 
10:14
Lap 74 – Massey moves in to the top five. If we get a late caution, he may be the car to beat. 
10:14
Lap 72 – Garvey gives Grill a nudge, but can’t get by him yet. 
10:14
Lap 71 – Battle is on for the lead. 
10:13
Lap 70 – Massey gets by Odom, and sets his sights on Niedecken for fifth. 
10:13
Lap 67 – Buggay’s car does not sound like it is running on all 8 cylinders. 
10:12
Lap 63 – Massey by Boyett for seventh.. 
10:11
Lap 61 – Bendele is riding idly in third. He isn’t catching the leaders but not losing time either. 
10:11
Lap 59 – Davidson gets a kick in the pants from Massey, and Massey takes the 8th spot. 
10:09
Lap 56 – Bryant to pit road, and done for the night. 
10:09
Lap 55 – Out front Grill pulls away ever so slightly from Garvey. 
10:08
Lap 52 – 6th – 10th: Odom, Boyett, Davidson, Massey and Davis. 
10:07
Halfway home – Grill leads Garvey and Bendele. 
10:07
Lap 48 – Here comes Bendele. He takes third from Ruble, and takes off after the two leaders. 
10:06
Lap 47 – New leader: 112 – Augie Grill. 
10:06
Lap 45 – Ruble rides third, then Bendele, Niedecken and Odom. 
10:05
Lap 44 – The old rivals, Grill and Garvey, are about to do battle for the lead. 
10:05
Lap 41 – Niedecken gets passed by Bendele. 
10:04
Lap 40 – Grill dives to the bottom, and is under Ruble for second. 
10:04
Lap 39 – Niedecken caught on the outside will lose second and third. 
10:04
GREEN – Garvey leads them this time. 
10:03
Lap 39 – Running Order (Cars on track)

1. Garvey
2. Niedecken
3. Ruble
4. Grill
5. Bendele
6. Odom
7. Boyett
8. Massey
9. Davis
10. Davidson
11. Hausler
12. Black, Jr.
13. Craig
14. Robbins
15. Smith
16. Pierce
17. Grisaffi
18. Thorpe
19. Bryant 

10:00
YELLOW – Thorpe spins off turn two. He is able to keep going. 
10:00
Lap 38 – Grill still on the move, give him fourth around Bendele. 
9:59
Lap 36 – The entire field is single file. 
9:59
Lap 35 – Deep in the field Spencer Davis moves Dwayne Buggay out of the way. 
9:58
Lap 33 – New leader: Garvey. 
9:58
Lap 31 – Quiet but very impressive drive for Brandon Bendele.He started 12th and runs fourth. 
9:57
Lap 30 – Here comes the Big Red Machine. Augie Grill by Odom for fifth, 
9:56
Lap 28 – Garvey takes second from Ruble. 
9:56
Lap 27 – Niedecken gets the jump and holds the lead. 
9:56
GREEN – Niedecken takes the field to the corner. 
9:54
Robbins will get his car fixed and rejoin the field. 
9:54
Robbins is on pit road. 
9:53
Top 10 Rundown

1. Niedecken
2. Ruble
3. Garvey
4. Odom
5. Bendele
6. Grill
7. Buggay
8. Boyett
9. Davis
10. Massey 

9:52
YELLOW – Eddie Criag spins in turn three. 
9:51
Lap 25 – Top 5

1. Niedecken
2. Ruble
3. Garvey
4. Odom
5. Bendele 

9:51
Lap 25 – Garvey’s hard work has paid off. He takes the spot from Odom. 
9:50
Lap 23 – Garvey has been working the outside in turns one and two. He is able to draw on the rear of Odom, but not past him. 
9:49
Lap 20 – Fastest car the last lap was Brandon Bendele. 
9:48
Lap 18 – Garvey all over the rear deck of Odom for third. 
9:48
Lap 16 – The leaders will catch the very slow car of McDonald and put him down a lap. 
9:47
Lap 14 – Niedecken stretches the lead out to about 4 car lengths. 
9:47
Lap 12 – Battler is on for 5th: Robbins and Bendele. 
9:46
Lap 7 – Niedecken leads Ruble by about 2 car lengths. 
9:45
Lap 6 – VanderLey is done for the night, 
9:45
Lap 5 – Odom pulls up in to third. Garvey is working Buggay for fourth. 
9:44
Lap 3 – Niedecken on the charge, he takes the lead from Ruble. The fans are going wild!! 
9:43
Lap 2 – VanderLey is off the pace and coming to pit road. 
9:43
Lap 1 – Buggay gets the jump and takes the lead. 
9:43
GREEN – Korey Ruble and Dwayne Buggay come through the gears. We are racing in Pensacola. 
9:42
Lights are off. 
9:41
Two to go at the line. 
9:38
Doubled up behind the pace car. 
9:35
The command has been given. We will be racing shortly. 
9:32
Comment From Gracie Buggay 

Hoping for a safe race. It will be the best birthday ever if my dad wins!! Love u daddy! Good luck everyone! 

9:31
Hunter Robbins set fast time earlier. He then rolled a 10 on the die, to put Ruble and Buggay on the front row. 
9:31
Comment From racefan 

how many cars will invert tonight? 

9:30

Starting Lineup

1. 66 – Korey Ruble
2. 45 – Dwayne Buggay
3. 81 – Brandon Odom
4. 99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.
5. 29 – Spencer Davis
6. 2 – DJ VanderLey
7. 112 – Augie Grill
8. 1 – Mike Garvey
9. 11 – Logan Boyett
10. 18 – Hunter Robbins
11. 9 – Mason Massey
12. 6 – Brandon Bendele
13. 19 – Ray Black, Jr.
14. 91 – Zak Hausler
15. 41 – Chris Davidson
16. 02 – Matt Smith
17. 79 – Kyle Bryant
18. 4 – Eddie Craig, Jr.
19. 57 – Chad Pierce
20. 92 – Ron McDonald
21. 36 – Keith Thorpe
22. 41 – Troy Grisaffi

9:28
Comment From speedy01racer 

davis #29 will get two in a row tonight 

9:28
Comment From MADDUX 

good luck to Hunter, Korey, Augie and Logan. Wish everyone a safe race. 

9:28
Comment From justin –Lake Tahoe 

Mason Massey is going to do it with Chase Elliot spotting for him 

9:27
Comment From Sandra 

Vanderley!! 

9:27
Comment From Captain 

Grill all day long 

9:27
Comment From Lenny 

Garvey gets the win 

9:27
Comment From Guest 

Bendele ALL… THE… WAY!!! 

9:24
Anyone have a pic tonight? Does Garvey do it again? Maybe Grill keeps the good fortunes going? Or does a new face grace victory lane? 
9:19
The Allen Turner 100 is up next. 
9:13
Comment From Guest 

Comayagua, Honduras 

9:12
Comment From Mark 

Muskegon, Michigan…..Go Garvey! 

9:12
Comment From Bob Whoop Clark 

Listening from Houston, Tx. 

9:12
Comment From Massey Fan 

St Augustine FL 

9:11
Comment From Lenny 

Kentucky,Go Garvey 

9:11
Comment From Kathy 

Madison Tennessee 

9:11
Comment From Guest 

Texas!! 

9:11
Comment From Day Racing Team 

Mobile,Al 

9:11
Comment From MICHAEL 

DENVER, COLORADO 

9:10
Darin Mathews wins the Super Stock race. 
9:09
Where is everyone tuning in from tonight? 
9:09
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years. 
9:08
9:08
Darin Mathews is currently leading the Super Stock race. 
9:05
Mike Garvey has won at Five Flags Speedway in Pro and Super Late Model competition in 2012. (speed51.com photo)
9:03
Comment From Sissy,Forrest and terrie 

Good luck spencer..”.. 

9:03
The Super Stocks are on track for their feature. The Allen Turner 100 is after it. 
8:52
Steve Buttrick wins his fifth Sportsman feature of the year. 
8:48
Local radio personality Marty Reid spins in turn four for a second time tonight. That will bring out the yellow with about 6 laps to go. 
8:46
We can’t thank you enough for your service! THANK YOU! 
8:46
Comment From Guest 

I’m mobile/pensacola area and sitting in honduras for a military tour and I can’t thank you enough for the coverage. Very cool! 

8:43
Yes. The Sportsman are putting on a pretty good show right now. 
8:42
Comment From Guest 

WHAT RACE ARE WE ON RIGHT NOW THE SPORTSMAN 

8:41
Buttrick still leads. A rash of cautions have slowed this race down considerably. We are working lap 10. 
8:40
Dave Mader,III took the checkers in the Snowball Derby in 1978, and won the Snowflake 100 in 1996. Although 1996 was a Super Late Model last chance race, it is counted. 
8:38
Aye Aye Captain. Correct. 
8:38
Comment From Captain 

Chase -Grill – Mader 

8:37
Close Lenny. But our records show that Jo never took the checkers in the ‘Flake. 
8:36
Comment From Lenny 

Chase Elliott,Johanna Long,and Augie Grill 

8:31
Tonight’s trivia question

Three driver’s have won both the Snowball Derby and Snowflake 100. Who are they?

8:25
Steve Buttrick leads the Sportsman feature four laps in.
8:23
Three local classes and the Pro Late Models make for a crowded pit area. (speed51.com photo)
8:21
The Sportsman  feature will be up first. 
8:13
Defending Snowball Derby champion Chase Elliott is here tonight. He will be spotting for Mason Massey.
8:12
Indeed, Jake. A diverse field and close field of drivers. 
8:12
Comment From Jake May 

looks like a awesome field of drivers 

8:10
It’s impossible to come to Five Flags Speedway and not have the Snowball Derby cross your mind. Track officials are currently in the process of renewing reserved tickets. Ticket holders have untill Wednesday (August 1) to renew their seats. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on August 15. We hope to see you here for the biggest race in the short track racing world on the first weekend of December! 
8:07
Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Chad #57!! 

8:01
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years.
8:01
7:59
Starting Lineup

1. 66 – Korey Ruble
2. 45 – Dwayne Buggay
3. 81 – Brandon Odom
4. 99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.
5. 29 – Spencer Davis
6. 2 – DJ VanderLey
7. 112 – Augie Grill
8. 1 – Mike Garvey
9. 11 – Logan Boyett
10. 18 – Hunter Robbins
11. 9 – Mason Massey
12. 6 – Brandon Bendele
13. 19 – Ray Black, Jr.
14. 91 – Zak Hausler
15. 41 – Chris Davidson
16. 02 – Matt Smith
17. 79 – Kyle Bryant
18. 4 – Eddie Craig, Jr.
19. 57 – Chad Pierce
20. 92 – Ron McDonald
21. 36 – Keith Thorpe
22. 41 – Troy Grisaffi

7:53
Robbins rolled a 10, which puts Korey Ruble and Dwayne Buggay on the front row. Full starting lineup coming soon. 
7:49
Hunter Robbins goes coast to coast and sets fast time for tonight’s race. He will roll the dice momentairly. 
7:48
11 – Logan Boyett

Lap 1 – 17.117
Lap 2 – 17.118

Best –  17.117 

7:47
19 – Ray Black, Jr.

Lap 1 – 17.577
Lap 2 – 17.245

Best –  17.245 

7:46
29 – Spencer Davis

Lap 1 – 17.260
Lap 2 – 17.189

Best –  17.189

7:45
02 – Matt Smith

Lap 1 – 17.672
Lap 2 – 17.370

Best –  17.370 

7:44
81 – Brandon Odom

Lap 1 – 17.327
Lap 2 – 17.223

Best – 17.223 

7:43
2 – DJ VanderLey

Lap 1 – 17.595
Lap 2 – 17.157

Best –  17.157

7:42
92 – Ron McDonald

Lap 1 – 18.125
Lap 2 – 17.507

Best –  17.507 

7:41
9 – Mason Massey

Lap 1 – 17.597
Lap 2 – 17.235

Best – 17.235 

7:40
112 – Augie Grill

Lap 1 – 17.190
Lap 2 -17.122

Best – 17.122 THIRD CURRENTLY

7:39
1 – Mike Garvey

Lap 1 – 17.193
Lap 2 – 17.120

Best –  17.120 SECOND CURRENTLY 

7:38
41 – Troy Grisaffi

Lap 1 – 18.085
Lap 2 – 17.747

Best –  17.747

7:37
57 – Chad Pierce

Lap 1 – 17.645
Lap 2 – 17.470

Best – 17.470 

7:36
4 – Eddie Craig

Lap 1 – 17.991
Lap 2 – 17.460

Best –  17.460 

7:35
45 – Dwayne Buggay

Lap 1 – 17.412
Lap 2 – 17.228

Best –  17.228 THIRD CURRENTLY 

7:34
79 – Kyle Bryant

Lap 1 – 17.552
Lap 2 – 17.385

Best –  17.385

7:33
99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.

Lap 1 – 17.326
Lap 2 – 17.192

Best –  17.192 SECOND CURRENTLY 

7:32
66 – Korey Ruble

Lap 1 – 17.530
Lap 2 – 17.235

Best –  17.235 SECOND CURRENTLY 

7:31
91 – Zak Hausler

Lap 1 – 17.296
Lap 2 – 17.252

Best –  17.252

7:30
41 – Chris Davidson

Lap 1 –  17.477
Lap 2 – 17.315

Best –  17.315 

7:29
6 – Brandon Bendele

Lap 1 – 17.436
Lap 2 – 17.244

Best –   17.244

7:28
36 – Keith Thorpe

Lap 1 –  17.691
Lap 2 – 17.552

Best –  17.552 

7:27
18 – Hunter Robbins

Lap 1 – 17.175
Lap 2 – 17.015

Best –  17.015 

7:26
Hunter Robbins will be the first car out, in Ronnie Sanders red No.18. 
7:25
Track is hot for time trials. 
7:23
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years.
7:23
7:21
Time Trial Order

18 – Hunter Robbins
36 – Keith Thorpe
6 – Brandon Bendele
41 – Chris Davidson
91 – Zak Hausler
66 – Korey Ruble
99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.
79 – Kyle Bryant
45 – Dwayne Buggay
4 – Eddie Craig
57 -Chad Pierce
41 – Troy Grisaffi
1 – Mike Garvey
112 – Augie Grill
9 – Mason Massey
92 – Ron McDonald
2 – DJ VanderLey
81 – Brandon Odom
02 – Matt Smith
29 – Spencer Davis
19 – Ray Black, Jr.
11 – Logan Boyett

7:21
Allen Turner Hyundai Pro Late Model Series time trials will roll off soon. 
7:16
The local divisons are wrapping up practice. We will have PLM time trials after the practices conclude. 
6:46
The Bomber cars take the track. 
6:43
The local divisions are being called to stop-and-go. The track is dry and we are about to get back at it. 
6:33
The track is now mostly gray. We are about there! 
6:24
Cars roar down the backstretch as the weather system approached. (speed51.com photo)
6:23
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years.
6:23
6:23
We are still in track drying efforts. The crews are making good headway. 
6:16
New Smyrna vet Chad Pierce is making his first career start at Five Flags Speedway tonight. (speed51.com photo)
6:11
While we are working a weather delay, check out the action of the ARCA/CRA Super Series from Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana. Bob Dillner, Matt Prieur and Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor have Trackside Now and LIVE radio coverage. 
6:03
Track drying efforts are underway now. We are still somewhat on schedule, so if you are in drving distance; come on out! 
5:56
We are working a brief shower right now, but the major stuff has stayed north of the track. 
5:56
Comment From scorer27 

How is the weather? 

5:39
Session Two Times

1. 81 – Brandon Odom 17.577
2. 6 – Brandon Bendele 17.711
3. 29 – Spencer Davis 17.722
4. 9 – Mason Massey 17.722
5. 91 – Zak Hausler 17.782
6. 02 – Matt Smith 17.860
7. 2 – DJ VanderLey 17.871
8. 1 – Mike Garvey 17.914
9. 79 – Kyle Bryant 17.925
10. 18 – Hunter Robbins 19.933
11. 4 – Eddie Craig 17.969
12. 57 – Chad Piece 17.987
13. 66 – Korey Ruble 18.028
14. 112 – Augie Grill 18.074
15. 19 – Ray Black 18.117
16. 92 – Ron McDonald 18.123
17. 45 – Dwayne Buggay 18.125
18. 41 – Troy Grisaffi 18.597
19. 80 – Tim Ramsey 18.855 

5:34
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years.
5:34
5:34
Brandon Odom topped the board in the last session with a 17.577. Full results coming soon. 
5:31
Tim Ramsey’s damaged machine. He is done for the night. (speed51.com photo)
5:21
Tim Ramsey in the 80 car just spun into the wall off turn three. Update to come. 
5:03
Eddie Craig just spun off turn two. No harm and he is able to keep going. 
4:56
Session two is in the books. We will have times soon.
4:39
Session 1 Times
1. 91 – Zak Hausler 17.579
2. 11 – Logan Boyett 17.727
3. 29 – Spencer Davis 17.799
4. 81 – Brandon Odom 17.819
5. 41 – Chris Davidson 17.867
6. 02 – Matt Smith 17.929
7. 1 – Mike Garvey 17.929
8. 18 – Hunter Robbins 17.971
9. 66 – Korey Ruble 17.971
10. 112 – Augie Grill 18.017
11. 57 – Chad Pierce 18.024
12. 9 – Mason Massey 18.047
13. 19 – Ray Black 18.383
14. 36 – Keith Thorpe 18.405
15. 4 – Eddie Craig Sr. 18.446
16. 41 – Troy Grisaffi 18.719
4:34
Session one is in the books. We will have times soon. 
4:30
We have just recieved word that Tim Ramsey and his No. 80 Pro Late Model are here. We see his black rig coming across the track now. It looks like we will have 23 cars for tonight’s race. 
4:27
Zak Hausler currently leads practice with a 17.579.
4:25
Time Trial Order

18 – Hunter Robbins
36 – Keith Thorpe
6 – Brandon Bendele
41 – Chris Davidson
91 – Zak Hausler
66 – Korey Ruble
99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.
79 – Kyle Bryant
45 – Dwayne Buggay
4 – Eddie Craig
57 -Chad Pierce
41 – Troy Grisaffi
1 – Mike Garvey
112 – Augie Grill
9 – Mason Massey
92 – Ron McDonald
2 – DJ VanderLey
81 – Brandon Odom
02 – Matt Smith
29 – Spencer Davis
19 – Ray Black, Jr.
11 – Logan Boyett 

4:22
Thanks Richard! 
4:22
Comment From Old Man Richard 

What a deal == Racing coverage from Indy == Fla. & etc. at the same time == Also coverage on Speed Channel === Great job == Everyone have a safe race == Appreciate everyone == Conyers, Ga. == 

4:17
Lots of cars headed out: Massey, Black, Craig and Smith.
4:15
Zak Hausler, Keith Thorpe and Grill head on to the speedway. 
4:15
Davis picked up his first career Pro Late Model win last week at Gresham Motorsports Park. 
4:14
Grill has returned to the infield. Spencer Davis and Kore Ruble are on track now.
4:11
We are ready to resume practice. Augie Grill is on track to shake down his No. 112. 
4:06
The funeral home next door to the track has asked for the track to go quiet for a few minutes while they finish up services. We will get right back to action as soon a possible. 
4:02
Track is hot for practice. Chad Pierce and Brandon Odom will be the first ones out. 
4:01
Race Director Dan Spence holds court at the driver’s meeting. (speed51.com photo)
3:54
All driver’s answered roll call at the driver’s meeting, and practice is set to begin at 4 p.m. cst. (In about five minutes) 
3:31
Tonight’s Schedule

3:30 PLM Driver’s Meeting
4:00 PLM Practice (90 Minutes)
5:30 Super Stock, Sportsman, Bomber Practice (2 rounds)
PLM to Pre Qualifying Tech
7:00 PLM Qualifying
7:30 SS , SP, BMR Driver’s Meeting
7:50 Pre Race Festivities
8:00 Sportsman Feature (25 Laps)
Super Stock Feature (25 Laps)
Allen Turner Series PLM 100
Bomber Feature (20 Laps)

3:30
We are headed down to the driver’s meeting. We will be back shortly.
3:21
On The Grounds

81 – Brandon Odom
57 – Chad Pierce
1 – Mike Garvey
91 – Zak Zausler
47 – Chris Davidson
79 – Kyle Bryant
19 – Ray Black, Jr.
66 – Korey Ruble
4 – Eddie Craig
99 – Wayne Niedecken, Jr.
41 – Troy Grisaffi
36 – Keith Thorpe
9 – Mason Massey
11 – Logan Boyett
45 – Dwayne Buggay
18 – Hunter Robbins
29 – Spencer Davis
112 – Augie Grill
2 – DJ VanderLey
02 – Matt Smith
6 – Brandon Bendele
92 – TBA 

3:17
We have 21 cars on the grounds and a full list will be up soon. 
3:16
Good afternoon and welcome to Speed51’s Trackside Now coverage of the Allen Turner Pro Late Model Series. Tonight is round three of the PLM series from 5 Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. 
3:14
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by McGunegill Engine Performance of Muncie, Indiana. MEP has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by GM Performance Parts for several years. 
3:14

Trackside Now: Allen Turner PLM 100 at Five Flags Speedway (FL) – 7/27/12