11:05
For all of us with Speed51.com, for Matt Prieur, Mikayla Kugler and Brandon Thomas, we say Good Night from Toledo, Ohio….
11:05
We’re about to close things out for the evening here from Toledo Speedway. A big Thanks to ARCA President, Ron Drager as well as Track General Manager, Scott Schultz and the rest of the outstanding management and staff for the always wonderful hospitality shown to Speed51.com.
11:03
A reminder that Speed51.com will stay here in the Buckeye State and head about 2 1/2 hours south to Columbus Motor Speedway in Columbus, Ohio tomorrow (Saturday, July 13th) as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East will race in the NAPA Auto Parts 150. 51 will be in the capital city of Ohio with Live Trackside Now Coverage Presented byJEGS.com starting at approximately 11:00am.
11:01
Big Thanks to JRI Shocks who was the proud presenting sponsor of today’s ARCA Gold Cup event here at Toledo Speedway. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please visit www.jrishocks.com
11:00
Howard Kelley Jr., in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:56
Howard Kelley Jr., in victory lane as the former Three-Time Track Champion Wins his third Feature in a row in weekly competition. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:53
CHECKERED FLAG: Howard Kelley Jr., hangs on to Win the ARCA Sportsman Feature.
10:52
WHITE FLAG: One last chance for Froling.
10:52
2 Laps To Go: Froling running out of time as he lets Kelley Jr., know he’s there.
10:52
4 Laps To Go: Clear track ahead of the leaders to settle this race amongst themselves.
10:51
5 Laps To Go: Froling is glued to Kelley Jr’s back bumper.
10:51
7 Laps To Go: Froling searching high and low, trying to figure out a way around Kelley Jr., as the laps continue to click off.
10:50
8 Laps To Go: The two leaders, Kelley Jr., and Froling have pulled away from the rest of the field and are in the midst of traffic.
10:49
10 Laps To Go (Top 5): Kelley Jr., Froling, Stillwell Jr., Myers Jr., DeLisle Jr.
10:49
Lap 22: DeLisle Jr., has worked his way back up to Lewallen’s back bumper in an attempt to get back into the top five.
10:48
HALFWAY (18 Laps Completed – 17 Laps To Go) (Top 5): Kelley Jr., Froling, Stillwell Jr., Myers Jr., Lewallen.
10:47
Lap 15: Froling searching for a way around Kelley Jr., in an attempt to take over the lead.
10:45
GREEN FLAG is back out.
10:42
14 Laps Completed – 21 Laps To Go (Top 5):
1. 11 Howard Kelley Jr.
2. 46 Jim Froling
3. 14 Jeff Myers Jr.
4. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr.
5. 4 Norm Lewallen
10:41
YELLOW FLAG: DeLisle Jr., spins in turn three. No contact.
10:40
Lap 13: Froling passed DeLisle Jr., Stilwell Jr., and Myers Jr., going down the back stretch on the outside to take over second.
10:40
Lap 12: Froling to the outside of DeLisle Jr., for fourth.
10:39
Lap 10 (Top 5): Kelley Jr., Myers Jr., Stillwell Jr., DeLisle Jr., Froling.
10:39
Lap 9 (LEAD CHANGE): Kelley Jr., overpowers Myers Jr., to take the lead.
10:38
Lap 8: Kelley Jr., to second.
10:38
Lap 7: Top four cars are nose to tail.
10:37
Lap 5 (Top 5): Myers Jr., Stillwell Jr., Kelley Jr., DeLisle Jr., Lewallen.
10:37
Lap 3 (LEAD CHANGE): Myers Jr., is the new leader.
10:37
GREEN FLAG: Lewallen leads the field into turn one.
10:36
Five cars were lost in that melee in turns one and two. One to go at the line.
10:34
The field is now rolling under Yellow Flag conditions. 2 Laps Completed – 33 Laps To Go (Top 5):
1. 4 Norm Lewallen
2. 14 Jeff Myers Jr.
3. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr.
4. 11 Howard Kelley Jr.
5. 78 Andy Harding
10:30
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 August 10 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visitwww.racegmp.com
10:29
The Flat Bed has taken one ARCA Sportsman back to the pits and has returned to retrieve a second car.
10:28
Robbie Loving in victory lane after his fourth ARCA Figure 8s Feature Win of the season. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:20
ARCA Sportsman pile-up in turns one and two. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:18
YELLOW FLAG: Big Pile-Up in turns one and two.
10:17
Lap 1: Lewallen leads the first lap with the field two by two behind him.
10:16
GREEN FLAG on the ARCA Sportsman 35-Lap Feature.
10:16
State Park Speedway’s second round of the their Triple X Challenge Series will be the Larry Detjen’s Memorial on July 26-27. The race honors a true hero who lost his life in a racing accident. The two days of racing will feature Super Late Models, Big 8 Series, Trucks and more. For more information, please visit www.stateparkspeedway.com
10:11
This is the final event of the evening.
10:11
ARCA Sportsman Feature Starting Line-up (35 Laps) (Inversion = 10)
1. 4 Norm Lewallen
2. 14 Jeff Myers Jr.
3. 2 Kent McCloskey
4. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr.
5. 78 Andy Harding
6. 11 Howard Kelley Jr.
7. 69 Ron Allen
8. 46 Jim Froling
9. 7 Kyle DeLisle Jr.
10. 23 Mike Young
11. 22 Kenny McKay Jr.
12. 711 Dan Grigsby
13. 98 David Hinjosa
14. 29 Dave Frantz
15. 50 Rich Abel
16. 09 Chris Fitzpatrick
10:10
Comment From Nick 

Thanks 51 and all the sponsors for an awesome week of coverage, and for all you guys and gals do for short track racing.

10:06
Caution Free 20-Lap Feature for the ARCA Figure 8s.
10:05
ARCA Figure 8s Feature Winner: 16 Robbie Loving
10:00
JRI Shocks is the proud presenting sponsor of today’s ARCA Gold Cup event here at Toledo Speedway. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please visit www.jrishocks.com
9:59
GREEN FLAG on the ARCA Figure 8s 20-Lap Feature.
9:59
The third Gulf Coast Doubleheader weekend for the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco is set for July 26 and 27. The weekend kicks off with a combination event for the Southern Super Series and the Buddy’s Home Furnishings Blizzard Series at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway on Friday, July 26. The action shifts a few miles down Interstate 10 to Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway on Saturday, July 27, for the combination Southern Super Series and Miller Lite Series 125-lap feature. Daniel Hemric swept both ends of the Gulf Coast double last month, but who will take the checkered flags home from the Gulf Coast this time around? Find out July 26 and 27. For more details, visit www.southernsuperseries.com,www.5flagsspeedway.com and www.mobilespeedway.net
9:58
ARCA Figure 8s Feature is on the track and they’ll go 20 Laps. We’ll have limited coverage of this event.

ARCA Figure 8s Feature Starting Line-up (20 Laps) (Inversion = 4)
1. 1 Dennis Whisman
2. 31 Jerry Lee
3. 16 Robbie Loving
4. 6 Jeremy Vanderhoof
5. 07 Randy Roberts
6. 17 Danny Apperson
7. 34 Stephanie Bradley
8. 20 Ian Jezylo
9. 11 A.J. Padgett

9:58
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series UNOFFICIAL Results (Parts Galore 100)
1. 14 Steve Needles – 100 Laps
2. 71 Harold Fair Jr. – 100
3. 90 Dennis Strickland – 100
4. 33 Jake Francis – 100
5. 41 Brent Jack – 100
6. 9 Mike Root – 100
7. 72 Scott Hantz – 100
8. 9 Sam Coulter – 94
9. 0 Nick Bailey – 84
10. 69 Ron Allen – 74
11. 8 Dakota Carlson – 56
12. 51 Scott Pemberton – 42
13. 29 J.R. Karl – 5
14. 20 Don St. Denis – 1
Did Not Start: 40 Nick Grodi, 55 Jason LaDuke
9:52
Car Owner Terry Gentry and the family enjoy Steve Needles win. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:49
Steve Needles in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:47
This is all everybody saw of Steve Needles most of the night. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:46
A happy Steve Needles grants a post-Race interview after his first career Toledo Speedway victory. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:45
UNOFFICIAL Top 5: 1. 14 Steve Needles 2. 71 Harold Fair Jr. 3. 90 Dennis Strickland 4. 33 Jake Francis 5. 41 Brent Jack
9:43
CHECKERED FLAG: Steve Needles Wins the Parts Galore 100 for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series.
9:43
WHITE FLAG: Needles is pulling away from Fair Jr., and the rest of the field.
9:42
2 Laps To Go: Needles is trying to hang on for two more laps.
9:42
3 Laps To Go: Fair Jr., shoots back to the inside of Strickland and retakes second.
9:42
4 Laps To Go: Jack to fourth as he gets by Francis.
9:42
5 Laps To Go: Strickland gets underneath Fair Jr., for second and sets his sights on Needles.
9:41
GREEN FLAG: Needles with a good jump on Fair Jr.
9:41
One to go at the line.
9:40
As he has done all night long, Needles will take the inside lane which forces Fair Jr., to the high side in these Double File Restarts.

Hantz is back on the track.

9:39
Damage to the nose of Scott Hantz’s car after having a right rear tire go down and spinning in turn 4. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:39
There are seven cars remaining on the track as Root and Coulter are on the speedway as Hantz heads down pit road.
9:38
94 Laps Completed – 6 Laps To Go (Top 5):
1. 14 Steve Needles
2. 71 Harold Fair Jr.
3. 90 Dennis Strickland
4. 33 Jake Francis
5. 41 Brent Jack
9:37
YELLOW FLAG: Hantz spins in turn four. Smoke appeared to have come from the back end of the car just before he went around.
9:36
Smoke is coming from under the hood of the #0 machine of Nick Bailey. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:36
7 Laps To Go: Six cars remaining on the lead lap.
9:36
9 Laps To Go: Francis maneuvers by Hantz to take over fourth spot.
9:35
10 Laps To Go (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
9:35
Lap 89: Needles’ lead is now over five seconds.
9:35
Lap 88: Fair Jr., has gotten away from Strickland again for now.
9:34
Lap 86: Bailey heads down pit road.
9:34
Lap 85: (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
9:34
Lap 84: Strickland is searching high and low for a way around Fair Jr., for second while Needles continues to pull away.
9:33
After getting very loose the #69 of Ron Allen will call it quits for the night. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:33
Lap 82: Needles lead is now over four seconds.
9:33
Lap 81: Needles is closing in on the eighth place car of Root.
9:32
Lap 80: (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
9:32
Lap 78: Hantz and Francis are joined by Jack in a three way battle for fourth.
9:32
Lap 76: Fair Jr., and Strickland now in a battle for second between a pair of Three-Time Series Champions.
9:31
Lap 75: (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
9:31
Lap 73: Needles’ lead is back up to two seconds.
9:30
Lap 72: Francis searches for a way around Hantz who is hanging onto fourth.
9:30
Lap 70 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
9:30
Lap 69: Coulter goes down another lap as Allen is off the pace.
9:29
It is one of the crown jewel Super Late Model events in the country. The 42nd Annual Winchester 400 will take place on October 11-12-13 at the high-banked Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Some of the biggest Super Late Model stars from all across the U.S.A. will be “gunning” their way to victory lane. Advance ticket sale forms are available at www.winchesterspeedway.com
9:29
Lap 67: Bailey has fought his way back to sixth while Jack and Root battle for seventh.
9:29
Lap 65 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
9:29
Lap 63: Needles has opened up a big lead once again.
9:28
Lap 61: Hantz and Francis battle for the fourth spot.
9:27
Lap 60: Needles clears Fair Jr., who has Strickland on his back bumper.
9:27
GREEN FLAG: Needles and Fair Jr., side by side this time going into turn one.
9:27
One to go.
9:26
59 Laps Completed – 41 Laps To Go (Top 10):
1. 14 Steve Needles
2. 71 Harold Fair Jr.
3. 90 Dennis Strickland
4. 72 Scott Hantz
5. 33 Jake Francis
6. 0 Nick Bailey
7. 9 Mike Root
8. 69 Ron Allen (Free Pass)
9. 41 Brent Jack
10. 9 Sam Coulter -3
9:25
Tough break for Fair Jr., who had cleared Needles for the lead when the caution came out.
9:24
YELLOW FLAG: Jack spins in turn three.
9:24
Lap 59: Fair Jr., regroups and is now hounding Needles for the lead.
9:23
Lap 58: Needles again pulls away from Fair Jr., and the rest of the field.
9:23
GREEN FLAG: Needles on the inside and Fair Jr., on the outside.

(NOTE: All cars who spun in the previous caution were given there spot back providing they could continue.)

9:22
One to go at the line.
9:22
In the previous caution, Root got a lap back as the recipient of the “Free Pass” while Bailey was awarded the “Free Pass” for this caution.
9:22
56 Laps Complete – 44 Laps To Go (Top 10):
1. 14 Steve Needles
2. 71 Harold Fair Jr.
3. 90 Dennis Strickland
4. 72 Scott Hantz
5. 33 Jake Francis
6. 41 Brent Jack
7. 0 Nick Bailey
8. 9 Mike Root
9. 69 Ron Allen -1
10. 9 Sam Coulter -3
9:19
The 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup weekend provides three great days of racing action on the popular half-mile oval in central Florida on October 24-26. The Governor’s Cup 200 on Saturday, October 26. Thursday, October 24 will highlight Sportsman, Super Stocks, Pro-Trucks,and Strictly Stocks. Friday, October 25 will include the Pro Late Models 100, Mini-Stocks 50 and E-Modifieds 50. Find out more by visiting www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org
9:19
All cars on the back stretch during the Red Flag.(Speed51.com Photo)
9:18
Confirmed that Scott Pemberton was leaking fluid (Speed51.com Photo)
9:15
It appears Scott Pemberton is the cause of the oil leak (Speed51.com Photo)
9:15
While under this red flag, Carlson has pulled his machine into the back pits. The Cedar Springs, Michigan driver was the Series Points Leader coming into the night.
9:14
It is confirmed that the #51 of Pemberton who has dropped oil around the race track.
9:13
Track Officials are trying to determine who dropped fluids on the race track as it may have been Pemberton.
9:13
Low tire pressure is the cause of Mike Root coming down pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:11
Crew reports a possible broken A Arm for Dakota Carlson. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:10
RED FLAG as there are fluids all over turns one and two, which may have been the reason for the multiple spins in those corners.
9:09
Dennis Strickland spins in turn 2 as a repercussion of the spin in turn one. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:09
Hantz, Strickland and Carlson, who were running third through fifth all spun to avid Fair Jr. No damage on anyone’s car although Carlson heads down pit road.
9:08
YELLOW FLAG: Fair Jr., spins in turns one and two, everyone takes evasive action to avoid the sideways #71.
9:07
Lap 56: Carlson makes the pass on Francis to crack the top five.
9:07
Lap 55 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Carlson.
9:07
Lap 54: Needles maintains the lead and starts pulling away once again.
9:07
GREEN FLAG: Fair Jr., tries to hang with Needles going into the first corner.
9:06
Needles chooses the inside lane in these Double File Restarts which forces Fair Jr., to the outside. One to go at the line.
9:05
Needles has returned to the track and reassumes his position as the leader.
9:04
Transponder issues for the leader, Steve Needles. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:04
Since the Officials brought him in, he would retain his spot as the leader.
9:03
Needles has come down pit road as his Transponder may be malfunctioning.
9:03
All crew members on car trying to figure out a possible rear end issue with Brent Jack (Speed51.com Photo)
9:02
Jack has come down pit road. He was in danger of becoming a lapped car prior to the caution flag.
9:02
JRI Shocks is the proud presenting sponsor of today’s ARCA Gold Cup event here at Toledo Speedway. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please visit www.jrishocks.com
9:02
52 Laps Completed – 48 Laps To Go (Top 10):
1. 14 Steve Needles
2. 71 Harold Fair Jr.
3. 90 Dennis Strickland
4. 72 Scott Hantz
5. 33 Jake Francis
6. 41 Brent Jack
7. 8 Dakota Carlson
8. 0 Nick Bailey -1
9. 69 Ron Allen -1
10. 9 Mike Root -1
9:01
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 52): Debris in turns one and two.
9:00
Lap 51: Needles places the eighth place car of Bailey a lap down. Defending Series Champion, Carlson and Fast Qualifier, Jack are now within sight.
9:00
Lap 50 (HALFWAY) (Top 10): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis, Jack, Carlson, Bailey, Allen -1, Root -1.
8:59
Lap 49: Needles now approaching a gaggle of traffic.
8:59
Lap 47: Needles lead is over a half a track on Fair Jr., as second through eighth are all now running relatively close together.
8:58
Lap 46: Needles places Coulter another lap down.
8:58
Lap 45 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Strickland, Hantz, Francis.
8:57
The crew of the #51 of Scott Pemberton change a flat right rear tire. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:57
Lap 43: Needles now has the eighth place car of Bailey in his sights.
8:57
Lap 42: Strickland finally clears Hantz to take over the third spot.
8:57
Lap 41: Root and Allen both go a lap down. Eight cars left on the lead lap.
8:56
Lap 40 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Hantz, Strickland, Francis.
8:56
Lap 38: Needles now approaching the ninth and 10th place cars of Allen and Root.
8:56
Lap 37: Jack and Carlson are battling for sixth with Bailey distantly behind them in eighth.
8:55
Lap 35 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Hantz, Strickland, Francis.
8:55
Lap 34: Needles about to approach the 10th place car of Root to put him a lap down.
8:55
Lap 32: Needles lead extends to almost seven seconds over Fair Jr.
8:54
Lap 30 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Hantz, Strickland, Francis.
8:54
Lap 29: Hantz gets away from Strickland for now as he has Francis on his back bumper.
8:53
Lap 27: Needles’ lead has crept up to over five seconds over Fair Jr., who has a four second lead over the rest of the field.
8:52
Lap 25 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Hantz, Strickland, Francis.
8:52
Lap 24: Fair Jr’s advantage over Hantz and Strickland is over three seconds.
8:52
Lap 22: Needles lead is now over two seconds.
8:51
Don St. Denis pulls it in and is done for the night. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:51
Lap 20 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Hantz, Strickland, Francis.
8:51
Lap 19: Strickland is all over Hantz for the final podium position.
8:50
Lap 17: Needles methodically works his way around both Pemberton and then Coulter.
8:50
Lap 15 (Top 5): Needles, Fair Jr., Hantz, Strickland, Francis.
8:50
Lap 14: Some traffic in front of the leader Needles as Coulter and Pemberton are battling to stay on the lead lap.
8:49
The crew of J.R. Carl looks under the hood for a problem. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:49
Lap 12: Fair Jr., to the inside of Hantz and takes over second spot.
8:49
Lap 11: Hantz and Fair Jr., battle for second as Needles has checked out.
8:48
Lap 10 (Top 5): Needles, Hantz, Fair Jr., Strickland, Francis.
8:48
Lap 8: (LEAD CHANGE) Needles takes a look to the high side of Hantz and clears him for the lead.
8:47
Lap 6: Fast Qualifier, Jack is in sixth as he slips by Carlson.
8:47
Lap 5 (Top 5): Hantz, Needles, Francis, Fair Jr., Strickland.
8:47
Lap 4: Field now settling into a rhythm.
8:46
Lap 2: Francis settles into third as St. Denis heads down pit road.
8:46
Lap 1: Hantz gets the jump as Needles tucks in behind him.
8:46
GREEN FLAG: Scott Hantz and Steve Needles dive into the first corner.
8:45
One to go at the line.
8:45
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8:44
Wave Lap this time by.
8:43
Comment From Noble 

Lets go Hantz!!!!

8:43
The field is now rolling around the famed 1/2 mile high-banked paved oval on their pace laps.
8:42
The command has been given to fire the engines.
8:38
Dakota Carlson is all business behind the wheel. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:37
Fast Qualifier, Brent Jack will go from the inside of the fourth row. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:36
Dennis Strickland gives a thumbs up prior to the start of the race. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:34
Jake Francis (Left) and Harold Fair Jr., discuss strategy for the 100-Lap main. (Speed51.com)
8:33
Steve Needles (Left) and Scott Hantz (Right) will lead the field to the green flag. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:28
Out of car Introductions will be happening in just a little bit as cars are making their way to the front stretch. We’re heading Trackside now.
8:27
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8:22
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series – Parts Galore 100 Starting Line-Up (Inversion = 7)
1. 72 Scott Hantz
2. 14 Steve Needles
3. 71 Harold Fair Jr.
4. 33 Jake Francis
5. 90 Dennis Strickland
6. 8 Dakota Carlson
7. 41 Brent Jack
8. 0 Nick Bailey
9. 69 Ron Allen
10. 20 Don St. Denis
11. 9 Mike Root
12. 51 Scott Pemberton
13. 9 Sam Coulter
14. 29 J.R. Karl
Withdrawn: 40 Nick Grodi, 55 Jason LaDuke
8:18
Remaining Order of Events for Friday, July 12th
Driver Introductions for the Parts Galore 100
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Feature (Parts Galore 100)

ARCA Figure 8s Feature (20 Laps)
ARCA Sportsman Feature (35 Laps)

8:18
ARCA Figure 8s Feature Starting Line-up (20 Laps) (Inversion = 4)
1. 1 Dennis Whisman
2. 31 Jerry Lee
3. 16 Robbie Loving
4. 6 Jeremy Vanderhoof
5. 07 Randy Roberts
6. 17 Danny Apperson
7. 34 Stephanie Bradley
8. 20 Ian Jezylo
9. 11 A.J. Padgett
8:16
The next big Pro Late Model event on the schedule at historic Montgomery Motor Speedway in Alabama comes on Saturday, July 13 with the Four Star Freightliner 100. Be there when the Southeast’s top Pro Late Model talents battle on the Montgomery half-mile for a special mid-Summer classic. For more details on the Four Star Freightliner 100, visit www.montgomerymotorspeedway.com
8:14
ARCA Sportsman Feature Starting Line-up (35 Laps) (Inversion = 10)
1. 4 Norm Lewallen
2. 14 Jeff Myers Jr.
3. 2 Kent McCloskey
4. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr.
5. 78 Andy Harding
6. 11 Howard Kelley Jr.
7. 69 Ron Allen
8. 46 Jim Froling
9. 7 Kyle DeLisle Jr.
10. 23 Mike Young
11. 22 Kenny McKay Jr.
12. 711 Dan Grigsby
13. 98 David Hinjosa
14. 29 Dave Frantz
15. 50 Rich Abel
16. 09 Chris Fitzpatrick
8:12
It’s Intermission time here at Toledo Speedway as the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series teams are now getting lined up on the front stretch and the pit crews are setting up their pit stalls on the turns one and two pit road.
8:10
ARCA Figure 8s Heat Race Winner: 6 Jeremy Vanderhoof
8:10
Action gets really close on ARCA Figure 8s racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:09
ARCA Figure 8s action. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:06
ARCA Figure 8s Heat Race Starting Line-Up (8 Laps)
1. 31 Jerry Lee
2. 20 Ian Jezylo
3. 34 Stephanie Bradley
4. 6 Jeremy Vanerhoof
5. 16 Robbie Loving
6. 11 A.J. Padgett
7. 17 Danny Apperson
8. 07 Randy Roberts
9. 1 Dennis Whisman
8:02
The ARCA Figure 8s are up next.
8:02
ARCA Sportsman Heat #2 Winner: 11 Howard Kelley Jr.
8:00
JRI Shocks is the proud presenting sponsor of today’s ARCA Gold Cup event here at Toledo Speedway. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please visit www.jrishocks.com
7:58
ARCA Sportsman Heat #2 Starting Line-Up
1. 4 Norm Lewallen
2. 14 Jeff Myers Jr.
3. 2 Kent McCloskey
4. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr.
5. 78 Andy Harding
6. 11 Howard Kelley Jr.
7:56
ARCA Sportsman Heat #1 Winner: 22 Kenny McKay Jr.
7:55
A little bit of trouble in this first ARCA Sportsman Heat Race as there are five laps in and three to go and there have been three Yellows.
7:49
This is the first of two ARCA Sportsman Heat Races. We will have limited coverage of the Preliminary Events leading up to the Parts Galore 100 for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series.
7:46
Casey Johnson will be looking for his second win in a row after winning round one of the Triple Crown Challenge Series earlier this month. The second round will take place on Sunday, July 14 at Wisconsin’s Fastest Half Mile oval with the running of the Bully Dog 100. Along with the Super Late Models, the Midwest Super Trucks and INEX Legends will be in action. Qualifying at 1:15pm with racing to follow. More information can be found at www.madisoninternationalspeedway.com
7:45
ARCA Sportsman Heat #1 Starting Line-Up
1. 09 Chris Fitzpatrick
2. 50 Rich Abel
3. 29 Dave Frantz
4. 98 David Hinjosa
5. 711 Dan Grigsby
6. 22 Kenny McKay Jr.
7:44
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series – Parts Galore 100 Starting Line-Up (Inversion = 7)
1. 72 Scott Hantz
2. 14 Steve Needles
3. 71 Harold Fair Jr.
4. 33 Jake Francis
5. 90 Dennis Strickland
6. 8 Dakota Carlson
7. 41 Brent Jack
8. 0 Nick Bailey
9. 69 Ron Allen
10. 20 Don St. Denis
11. 9 Mike Root
12. 51 Scott Pemberton
13. 9 Sam Coulter
14. 29 J.R. Karl
Withdrawn: 40 Nick Grodi, 55 Jason LaDuke
7:42
ARCA Sportsman Dash Winner: 69 Ron Allen
7:41
The inversion draw for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series was a Seven (7) which places Scott Hantz and Steve Needles on the front row for the Parts Galore 100.
7:40
Toledo, Ohio’s own, Mike Young was the ARCA Sportsman Fast Qualifier this evening. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:39
The ARCA Sportsman Four-Car Dash is first on the agenda and they’ll go Four Laps:
1. 69 Ron Allen
2. 46 Jim Froling
3. 7 Kyle DeLisle Jr.
4. 23 Mike Young
7:38
Pre-Race Ceremonies are complete and it’s time to go racing here at Toledo Speedway.
7:31
Pre-Race Ceremonies have started.
7:31
Dixie Motor Speedway will host the “Big One XI” on Friday, August 2. It will be a big night of racing with the Great Lakes Helicopter Main Event Racing Series Outlaw Super Late Models in the rescheduled 48th annual Dixie Classic 100. Plus the Auto Value Super Sprints, Bombers and Figure 8’s will be in action. For more information, please visit www.dixiemotorspeedway.com.
7:25
Tonight is the tracks Traditional “Christmas in July” special as there will be a plethora of giveaways scattered throughout the evening.

For those tuning in within the Michigan / Ohio area, come on out and enjoy a great night of racing here in Toledo, Ohio as Ticket Prices are: Adults $20; children 6-12: $3; Under 6 FREE with adult. Pit Passes are $20 for ARCA members, $30 for non-members as the Minimum age for pits is 12, with minor’s release signed by both parents at registration (must be with minor).

Toledo Speedway is located on Benore Road at the I-75/Alexis Road exit (behind Meijer store). The track phone number is 419-727-1100. Log ontowww.toledospeedway.com for further information, or like us on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/toledoflatrock or follow them on Twitter @toledospeedway

7:24
Santa Claus has arrived as he talks with legendary P.A. Announcer, Gary Lindahl. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:23
Full parking lot here at Toledo Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:16
We’re going to take a brief pause in the coverage in order to feed and water ourselves before the start of tonight’s racing action. We’ll be back in plenty of time for the start of Pre-Race Ceremonies….

Remaining Order of Events for Friday, July 12th
7:25pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)

7:30pm – Racing Begins
ARCA Sportsman Dash
ARCA Sportsman Heat Races
ARCA Figure 8s Heat Races

Driver Introductions for the Parts Galore 100
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Feature (Parts Galore 100)

ARCA Figure 8s Feature (20 Laps)
ARCA Sportsman Feature (35 Laps)

7:14
Kyle “Rowdy” Busch will be entering the second leg of the PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière in Vallee-Jonction Quebec on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013. This race will be the second race of the prestigious PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at the famed high-banked quarter-mile. Busch will be participating in the event, which will undoubtedly be the biggest short track event in the history of the province of Québec, in his #51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Super-Late Model Camry.

For more details, visit www.autodromechaudiere.com

7:10
Outlaw Super Late Model Fast Qualifier, Brent Jack will draw for the inversion for the Parts Galore 100 during the Drivers Meeting, which is scheduled to start shortly.
7:08
ARCA Sportsman Qualifying Results
1. 23 Mike Young 17.226 – 104.493mph
2. 7 Kyle DeLisle Jr. 17.351
3. 46 Jim Froling 17.377
4. 69 Ron Allen 17.472
5. 11 Howard Kelley Jr. 17.576
6. 78 Andy Harding 17.780
7. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr. 17.801
8. 2 Kent McCloskey 17.868
9. 14 Jeff Myers Jr. 17.910
10. 4 Norm Lewallen 18.205
11. 22 Kenny McKay Jr. 18.443
12. 711 Dan Grigsby 18.746
13. 98 David Hinjosa 18.922
14. 29 Dave Frantz 19.074
15. 50 Rich Abel 19.141
16. 09 Chris Fitzpatrick 19.456
7:05
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7:05
That will conclude ARCA Sportsman Qualifying as Mike Young turns the quickest lap of the night with a 17.226. Complete ARCA Sportsman Qualifying Results are coming in a few minutes.
7:04
711 Dan Grigsby – Maumee, OH
Lap 1: 19.062
Lap 2: 18.746
7:03
7 Kyle DeLisle Jr. – LaSalle, ONT
Lap 1: 17.351 (2nd Fastest)
Lap 2: 22.374
7:02
69 Ron Allen – Lincoln Park, MI
Lap 1: 17.472 (3rd Quick)
Lap 2: 17.558
7:02
23 Mike Young – Sylvania, OH
Lap 1: 17.226 (FAST TIME)
Lap 2: 17.370
7:01
46 Jim Froling – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 17.377 (FAST TIME)
Lap 2: 17.565
7:00
47 Greg Stillwell Jr. – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 17.801 (3rd Fastest)
Lap 2: 18.032
7:00
14 Jeff Myers Jr. – Lambertville, MI
Lap 1: 17.910
Lap 2: 18.193
6:58
2 Kent McCloskey – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 17.868 (3rd Fastest)
Lap 2: 18.061
6:57
09 Chris Fitzpatrick – Memphis, MI
Lap 1: 19.530
Lap 2: 19.456 
6:57
78 Andy Harding – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 17.780 (2nd Quick)
Lap 2: 18.012
6:56
98 David Hinjosa – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 19.133
Lap 2: 18.922
6:55
11 Howard Kelley Jr. – Sylvania, OH
Lap 1: 17.576 (FAST TIME)
Lap 2: 17.671
6:54
4 Norm Lewallen – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 18.225
Lap 2: 18.205 (FAST TIME)
6:54
50 Rich Abel – Trenton, MI
Lap 1: 19.254
Lap 2: 19.141
6:53
29 Dave Frantz – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 19.252
Lap 2: 19.074
6:52
22 Kenny McKay Jr. – Rockwood, MI
Lap 1: 18.676
Lap 2: 18.443
6:49
ARCA Sportsman Qualifying is up next and we’ll bring you that action.
6:48
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Qualifying Results
1. 41 Brent Jack 15.159 – 118.741mph
2. 8 Dakota Carlson 15.230
3. 90 Dennis Strickland 15.278
4. 33 Jake Francis 15.322
5. 71 Harold Fair Jr. 15.383
6. 14 Steve Needles 15.426
7. 72 Scott Hantz 15.430
8. 0 Nick Bailey 15.438
9. 69 Ron Allen 15.535
10. 20 Don St. Denis 15.656
11. 9 Mike Root 15.708
12. 51 Scott Pemberton 15.875
13. 9 Sam Coulter 16.024
14. 29 J.R. Karl 16.790
15. 40 Nick Grodi No Time
16. 55 Jason LaDuke No Time
6:48
The richest race in the history of the American Canadian Tour (ACT) is coming July 20-21…it’s the ACT International 500 at Plattsburgh, New York’s Airborne Speedway. The ACT Invitational is the new “mid-summer classic” for ACT teams when old rivalries between the US and Canada, and new rivalries between veteran favorites and brash new-comers from both the US and Quebec-based ACT organizations are re-established at Airborne.

The International 500 is also featuring a Monza-style twin 50-lap Airborne Modified feature event and a 100-lap non-qualifier “Reserve Feature” for ACT Late Model teams who do not qualify for the main event. Both events will post over $20,000.00 in purse and prize money. The 40 lucky teams who qualify for the “Milk Bowl”-style feature will run three 100-lap inverted races that make up the 300. A minimum of $25,000.00 to the overall winner in the unique event has been posted.

For more details on the ACT International 500, visit www.acttour.com

6:45
That will conclude Qualifying and Brent Jack tops the charts with a 15.159. The complete ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Qualifying Results are coming in a few minutes.
6:44
20 Don St. Denis – LaSalle, ONT
Lap 1: 15.656
Lap 2: 15.685
6:43
41 Brent Jack – Butler, IN
Lap 1: 15.220
Lap 2: 15.159 (FAST TIME)
6:43
9 Sam Coulter – Flint, MI
Lap 1: 16.082
Lap 2: 16.024
6:42
69 Ron Allen – Lincoln Park, MI
Lap 1: 15.582
Lap 2: 15.535
6:41
71 Harold Fair Jr. – Milan, MI
Lap 1: 15.498
Lap 2: 15.383 (4th Quick)
6:41
51 Scott Pemberton – St. Johns, MI
Lap 1: 16.136
Lap 2: 15.875
6:40
Qualifying now resumes.
6:39
Top 5 (So Far):
1. 8 Dakota Carlson 15.230
2. 90 Dennis Strickland 15.278
3. 33 Jake Francis 15.322
4. 14 Steve Needles 15.426
5. 72 Scott Hantz 15.430
6:38
A brief pause in Qualifying as the second group will now roll out from the pit area and line up on the adjoining 1/4 mile.
6:37
90 Dennis Strickland – Carelton, MI
Lap 1: 15.278 (2nd Fastest)
Lap 2: 15.408
6:37
0 Nick Bailey – Toledo, OH
Lap 1: 15.583
Lap 2: 15.438 (5th Quick)
6:36
8 Dakota Carlson – Cedar Springs, MI
Lap 1: 15.322
Lap 2: 15.230 (FAST TIME)
6:35
14 Steve Needles – Berrien Springs, MI
Lap 1: 15.426 (2nd Fastest)
Lap 2: 15.439
6:35
33 Jake Francis – Leroy, OH
Lap 1: 15.322 (FAST TIME)
Lap 2: 15.347
6:34
9 Mike Root – Grand Rapids, MI
Lap 1: 15.806
Lap 2: 15.708 (2nd Quick)
6:33
72 Scott Hantz –  Angola, IN
Lap 1: 15.446
Lap 2: 15.430 (FAST TIME)
6:33
29 J.R. Karl – Columbia Station, OH
Lap 1: 16.804
Lap 2: 16.790
6:32
16 teams were on the grounds, two have withdrawn (40 Nick Grodi and 55 Jason LaDuke) have withdrawn, so all 14 cars will start tonight’s Parts Galore 100 and Qualifying is Officially under way.
6:31
Qualifying is about to start for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series. The Outlaw Super Late Models Track Record here at Toledo Speedway is a blistering 14.628 set during the 2012 Glass City 200 as J.R. Roahrig toured the 1/2 mile high-banked paved oval at an impressive 123.052mph.
6:30
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6:30
St. Johns, Michigan veteran, Scott Pemberton comes into the night fourth in ARCA Glass City Gold Cup points. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:27
LaSalle, Ontario competitor, Kyle DeLisle Jr., swept both ARCA Sportsman Practice Sessions. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:24
Veteran Dennis Whisman is the tracks Points Leader in the weekly ARCA Figure 8s division. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:23
Jim Froling comes into the night as the current Points Leader in the tracks weekly ARCA Sportsman division. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:20
ARCA Sportsman Practice #2 Results
1. 7 Kyle DeLisle Jr. 17.517 – 102.757mph
2. 11 Howard Kelley Jr. 17.651
3. 46 Jim Froling 17.669
4. 23 Mike Young 17.706
5. 14 Jeff Myers Jr. 18.180
6. 2 Kent McCloskey 18.317
7. 4 Norm Lewallen 18.333
8. 22 Kenny McKay Jr. 18.404
9. 98 David Hinjosa 19.027
10. 50 Rich Abel 19.214
11. 09 Chris Fitzpatrick 19.453
12. 29 Dave Frantz No Time
13. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr. No Time
14. 69 Ron Allen No Time
15. 78 Andy Harding No Time
6:16
The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association. More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400. Visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com‬‬ for more.
6:15
ARCA Sportsman are done with their final Practice as the ARCA Figure 8s are rolling out one more time for their final Practice of the day and last Practice overall of the evening.
6:12
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Practice #2 Results
1. 71 Harold Fair Jr. 15.293 – 117.701mph
2. 14 Steve Needles 15.364
3. 8 Dakota Carlson 15.382
4. 90 Dennis Strickland 15.463
5. 0 Nick Bailey 15.629
6. 33 Jake Francis 15.654
7. 69 Ron Allen 15.687
8. 20 Don St. Denis 15.700
9. 41 Brent Jack 15.743
10. 72 Scott Hantz 15.772
11. 51 Scott Pemberton 15.969
12. 9 Sam Coulter 16.209
13. 29 J.R. Karl 18.071
14. 9 Mike Root No Time
15. 40 Nick Grodi Withdrawn
16. 55 Jason LaDuke Withdrawn
6:02
ARCA Sportsman lining up for there final Practice of the day. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:00
That will complete Practice for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Models. Those times are coming in a few minutes. The ARCA Sportsman and ARCA Figure 8s will come back out for one more Practice apiece before Qualifying starts at approximately 6:30pm.
5:59
JRI Shocks is the proud presenting sponsor of today’s ARCA Gold Cup event here at Toledo Speedway. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please visit www.jrishocks.com
5:55
Top 5: Fair Jr., 15.293, Needles, Carlson, Strickland, Francis.
5:55
Remaining Order of Events for Friday, July 12th
6:00pm – ARCA Sportsman & ARCA Figure 8s Rotating Practice
6:30pm – ARCA Gold Cup Super Late Models Qualifying
ARCA Sportsman Qualifying
ARCA Figure 8s Draw
7:25pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)

7:30pm – Racing Begins
ARCA Sportsman Dash
ARCA Sportsman Heat Races
ARCA Figure 8s Heat Races

Driver Introductions for the Parts Galore 100
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Feature (Parts Galore 100)

ARCA Figure 8s Feature (20 Laps)
ARCA Sportsman Feature (35 Laps)

5:52
40 Nick Grodi has officially withdrawn from the event after his hard crash in the first Practice Session while 55 Jason LaDuke has also scratched after motor troubles have forced him to load up for the evening.
5:52
Two-Time Series Champion, Mike Root is fast every time the Outlaw Super Late Models are at Toledo Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:49
The lone Canadian in the field, Don St. Denis rolls around the famed 1/2 mile here in Toledo, Ohio. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:48
20 Don St. Denis joins the pack on the race track.
5:47
Top 5: Fair Jr., 15.293, Needles, Carlson, Strickland, Francis.
5:46
CRA Racing Powered by JEGS “Night of Stars Twin 100’s” at Lucas Oil Raceway on Friday, July 26 will bring some of the biggest favorite drivers for the Midwest fans. Ken Schrader, Kenny Wallace, David Stremme and Fox Sports/Speed TV NASCAR reporter Bob Dillner will be on hand for this special event. There will be a meet and greet with the fans and twin 100-lap feature events for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance. For more information, visit www.cra-racing.com
5:45
J.R. Karl is making the big jump from E-Mods at Lorain County Speedway in near-by Lorain, Ohio to Outlaw Super Late Models as the Columbia Station, Ohio driver is making his debut in the wedge-bodied machines here this evening. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:41
Second group coming out is led by 69 Ron Allen while 9 Sam Coulter, 41 Brent Jack and 29 J.R. Karl follow.
5:39
Fair Jr., fast right off the bat with a 15.515.
5:35
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series teams return to the track for their Final Practice Session and the first group includes: 8 Dakota Carlson, 72 Scott Hantz, 71 Harold Fair Jr., 51 Scott Pemberton, 33 Jake Francis, 90 Dennis Strickland, 14 Steve Needles and 0 Nick Bailey.
5:34
The Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 has become one of the top ARCA CRA Super Series events each year. Last year, Ross Kenseth took home his first win on the tough high-banked quarter-mile oval. Last month, TJ Reaid won the ARCA CRA Super Series event at Anderson Speedway and would like to have a Redbud 300 trophy. There will be two nights of racing with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and CRA Late Model Sportsman Series competing on Friday, July 19. The Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 takes place on Saturday, July 20. More information can be found atwww.andersonspeedway.com
5:32
ARCA Figure 8s standout, Jeremy Vanderhoof turns some Practice Laps on the Figure 8s track located within the adjoining 1/4 mile. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:28
ARCA Sportsman Practice #1 Results
1. 7 Kyle DeLisle Jr. 17.661 – 101.919mph
2. 11 Howard Kelley Jr. 17.664
3. 2 Kent McCloskey 17.777
4. 14 Jeff Myers Jr. 17.930
5. 69 Ron Allen 17.960
6. 47 Greg Stillwell Jr. 17.976
7. 78 Andy Harding 18.158
8. 4 Norm Lewallen 18.550
9. 29 Dave Frantz 19.107
10. 98 David Hinjosa 19.804
11. 09 Chris Fitzpatrick 19.831
12. 23 Mike Young 21.084
13. 50 Rich Abel 21.541
14. 346 Jim Froling 21.693
5:25
ARCA Sportsman Practice #1 is complete. The ARCA Figure 8s are up next for their first track time of the day.
5:24
Harold Fair Jr., is another Three-Time ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Champion. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:23
Scott Hantz won the Hollywood Casino 100 here at Toledo back on May 10th. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:20
Chris Fitzpatrick (09) and Ron Allen (69) at speed during ARCA Sportsman Practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:15
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, visitwww.kalamazoospeedway.com
5:13
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Practice #1 Results
1. 41 Brent Jack 15.523 – 115.937mph
2. 90 Dennis Strickland 15.564
3. 33 Jake Francis 15.580
4. 8 Dakota Carlson 15.603
5. 71 Harold Fair Jr. 15.657
6. 9 Mike Root 15.712
7. 0 Nick Bailey 15.729
8. 14 Steve Needles 15.754
9. 72 Scott Hantz 15.767
10. 20 Don St. Denis 15.889
11. 51 Scott Pemberton 16.790
12. 55 Jason LaDuke 16.796
13. 9 Sam Coulter 16.967
14. 29 J.R. Karl 17.090
15. 40 Nick Grodi 19.926
16. 69 Ron Allen No Transponder
5:09
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Practice is complete. We’ll have those results in just a few minutes. The ARCA Sportsman and ARCA Figure 8s will come out and Practice on a rotating basis for the next 30 minutes.
5:08
Jake Francis dives into the corner. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:06
Francis is now P3 with a 15.580.
5:05
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5:05
Defending Series Champion, Dakota Carlson is in search of his first ever Feature Win here in the Buckeye State. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:02
Jack just lowered his fast time to a 15.523.
5:01
Steve Needles is hoping his bad luck in the last two Outlaw Super Late Model races here in Toledo, Ohio won’t make a third appearance this evening. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:59
Three-Time ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Series Champion, Dennis Strickland, at speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:57
Brent Jack is the fastest car in Toledo, Ohio so far in this first Practice Session. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:54
ADULT DRAWINGS
ARCA 50th Anniversary Yearbook
ARCA 50th Anniversary Yearbook
ARCA 50th Anniversary Yearbook
ARCA 50th Anniversary Yearbook
4 tickets to Midwest Monster Truck Show July 20
4 tickets Wendy’s Night of Destruction–August 30
4 tickets to Toledo Mud Hens August 29–courtesy of Buckeye Cable
Willow Garden Chair Planter–courtesy of Chuck and Marie Davis
$25 Target Gift Card–courtesy of Paul and Iris Anton

CHILDRENS DRAWINGS
16 inch Boys Bike-Padgett Motorsports
16 inch Girls Bike-Padgett Motorsports
Doll-Padgett Motorsports
Doll-Padgett Motorsports
Football-Padgett Motorsports
Football-Padgett Motorsports
Bow-Rally’s Hamburgers
RC Air Hogs-Rally’s Hamburgers
Hot Wheels Moto Racing-Rally’s Hamburgers
NASCAR Bashers–Rally’s Hamburgers
Danica Patrick Car hauler-Rally’s Hamburgers
Nerf Tek 6 Toy-Rally’s Hamburgers
Retro Rocket-Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group
Retro Rocket-Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group
Retro Rocket-Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group

4:53
Tonight is the tracks Traditional “Christmas in July” special as there will be a plethora of giveaways scattered throughout the evening. Plus Santa Claus will be making an appearance as well.
4:49
Just two cars on the track at the moment; Coulter and Needles.
4:48
This Practice has been extended due to the wreck in turn one earlier in this session.
4:47
Top 5: Jack 15.526, Strickland, Carlson, Fair Jr., Root.
4:45
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4:44
Carlson up to third quick.
4:43
Jack now on top of the charts.
4:41
The ARCA Sportsman and ARCA Figure 8s are the support divisions this evening and they will be coming out later today for their Practice Sessions. We will have limited coverage of both weekly divisions.
4:39
Top 5: Strickland 15.564, Fair Jr., Root, Needles, Jack.
4:37
Root is now third quick.
4:37
Strickland goes to P1.
4:37
33 Jake Francis and 29 J.R. Karl have joined the pack on the race track.
4:36
So far: 71 Harold Fair Jr., 55 Jason LaDuke, 0 Nick Bailey, 72 Scott Hantz , 8 Dakota Carlson, 14 Steve Needles, 41 Brent Jack, 9 Mike Root, 9 Sam Coulter, 90 Dennis Strickland, 40 Nick Grodi, 20 Don St. Denis, 69 Ron Allen and 51 Scott Pemberton have all been on the track. Most of those teams have returned and we’re back to Green Flag conditions.
4:33
Track clean up is complete and cars are now rolling back out onto the Speedway to continue this first Practice Session of the day.
4:32
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4:31
The remains of Nick Grodi’s machine. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:29
We’re still in clean-up mode as Grodi left a lot of oil on the race track and as Track Crew towed him off, he left a trail of more oil from turn one all the way to the entrance to the pits in the middle of the backstretch.
4:28
The Outlaw Super Late Models Track Record here at Toledo Speedway is a blistering 14.628 set during the 2012 Glass City 200 as J.R. Roahrig toured the 1/2 mile high-banked paved oval at an impressive 123.052mph.
4:26
For those tuning in within the Michigan / Ohio area, come on out and enjoy a great night of racing here in Toledo, Ohio as Ticket Prices are: Adults $20; children 6-12: $3; Under 6 FREE with adult. Pit Passes are $20 for ARCA members, $30 for non-members as the Minimum age for pits is 12, with minor’s release signed by both parents at registration (must be with minor).

Toledo Speedway is located on Benore Road at the I-75/Alexis Road exit (behind Meijer store). The track phone number is 419-727-1100. Log ontowww.toledospeedway.com for further information, or like us on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/toledoflatrock or follow us on Twitter @toledospeedway.

4:24
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Past Champions
2012: Dakota Carlson
2011: Dennis Strickland
2010: Mike Root
2009: Mike Root
2008: Harold Fair Jr.
2007: Harold Fair Jr.
2006: Dave Kuhlman
2005: Dennis Strickland
2004: Dennis Strickland
2003: Dave Kuhlman
2002: Harold Fair Jr.
2001: Dave Kuhlman
2000: Rick Knowles
1999: Rick Knowles
4:20
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Points Standings (Top 10)
1. 8 Dakota Carlson 385
2. 72 Scott Hantz 375
3. 41 Brent Jack 365
4. 51 Scott Pemberton 315
5. 71 Harold Fair Jr. 315
6. 9 Mike Root 315
7. 0 Nick Bailey 310
8. 33 Dave Stehouwer 295
9. 30 Brian Clay 240
10. 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr. 200
4:18
Early Top 5: Fair Jr., 15.706, Jack, Bailey, Hantz, Carlson.
4:17
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4:16
As Grodi gets peeled off of the wall 20 Don St. Denis, 69 Ron Allen and 51 Scott Pemberton make there way down to the 1/4 mile and await the clean-up process.
4:15
Grodi getting tended to by track officials. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:14
Nick Grodi up against the turn one wall. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:13
Yellow Flag as Grodi lost a motor and has slammed into the turn one wall.
4:11
The Top Three drivers in the Final ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series Points Standings are guaranteed a starting spot in the 25th running of the Great Lakes Helicopter Glass City 200 Presented by the Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn Express and Francis Engineering at Toledo on Friday-Saturday, September 27-28th. The race, widely regarded as one of the premier Outlaw Super Late Model races in the country, will celebrate its Silver Anniversary in 2013.
4:08
Next group of teams rolling out includes: 14 Steve Needles, 41 Brent Jack, 9 Mike Root, 9 Sam Coulter, 90 Dennis Strickland and 40 Nick Grodi.
4:07
The 2013 series finale for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series is back here at Toledo on Friday, August 16th in a combination race with the Great Lakes Helicopter Main Event Racing Series in the running of the Miller Lite 100.
4:06
The 2nd annual Joy Fair Memorial 100 at near-by Flat Rock Speedway was scheduled for June 22nd, but that event was rained out and rescheduled for July 6th. The rescheduled date was also rained out. The series has rescheduled the race for a third time on Saturday, August 10th as the Flat Rock, Michigan speed plant will host the next two events for the series beginning with the Stan Yee Memorial 150 on Saturday, July 27th.
4:04
Scott Hantz was the Winner of the 2013 season opener for the series back on May 10th here at Toledo as the Angola, Indiana driver won the Hollywood Casino 100. The second race of the series was back on June 30th at Spartan Speedway in Mason, Michigan when Canton, Michigan driver, Steve Cronenwett Jr., scored his first career win in the Charlie Ryan Memorial 100.
4:03
We will introduce the entire field as they come out onto the track for Practice. An estimated car count from Track Officials list the count at around 20 teams on the grounds.
4:01
Amongst the teams rolling out includes: 71 Harold Fair Jr., 55 Jason LaDuke, 0 Nick Bailey, 72 Scott Hantz and 8 Dakota Carlson.
4:00
ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Models are starting to roll out and line up on the adjoining 1/4 mile in anticipation of the first of two Practice Sessions of the day.
3:59
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3:53
Speed51.com’s view from high above Toledo Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:52
It is an absolutely beautiful day here in the Glass City with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the high 70s.
3:48
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3:43
Schedule of Events for Friday, July 12th
2:00pm – Pit Gates Open
4:00pm – Practice Starts (ARCA Gold Cup, Sportsman & Figure 8s)
6:15pm – Qualifying (ARCA Gold Cup, Sportsman & Figure 8s)
7:25pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies
7:30pm – Racing Starts
(NOTE: A Complete and Detailed Schedule of Events will be posted soon.)
3:40
JRI Shocks is the proud presenting sponsor of today’s ARCA Gold Cup event here at Toledo Speedway. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please visit www.jrishocks.com
3:37
Good Afternoon and Welcome to the famed 1/2 (0.500) mile high-banked paved oval of Toledo Speedway, located just South of the Michigan / Ohio state line in Toledo, Ohio for race #3 of the 2013 racing season for the ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Outlaw Super Late Model Series and the running of the Parts Galore 100.
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Trackside Now: ARCA Gold Cup Series – Toledo Speedway (OH) – 7/12/13