5:26
Thank you for joining us and have a great night. 
5:25
The ASA Midwest Tour will be in action next Saturday night at Norway Speedway, an ASA Member Track in Norway, MI. 
5:03
Sauter becomes the first repeat winner this season in the ASA Midwest Tour. He won the Howie Lettow Memorial 150 back in June. 
5:02
Jeremy Miller said that the car got loose on him near the end. Really had no competition for Sauter. Haseleu was hoping for a caution or two. Felt that since it went caution free, the field spread out, had no help to catch Sauter. Haseleu felt he would have had something for the winner. 
5:01
There is your rundown. Travis Sauter said in victory lane that he hoped the race would go caution free, which it did. 
5:00
1 5s Travis Sauter 100
2 5m Jeremy Miller 100
3 87h Nathan Haseleu 100
4 52W Chris Wimmer 100
5 89 Matt Tifft 100
6 58P Cardell Potter 100
7 12M Nick Murgic 100
8 6 Austin Luedtke 100
9 77E Jonathan Eilen 100
10 25s Jeff Storm 100
11 78H Skylar Holzhausen 99
12 43K Matt Kocourek 99
13 45 Richie Bickle, Jr 99
14 4A Thor Anderson 99
15 75 Chris Weinkauf 99
16 7d Erik Darnell 99
17 8 Josh Wallace 99
18 91M Ty Majeski 99
19 63 Gary LaMonte 98
20 19 Johnny Baumeister JR 98
21 40 Curt Tillman 97
22 76 Jason Weinkauf 69
23 21 Tim Schendel 65
24 39 Andrew Morrisey 63
25 47 Jordan Sims 39
26 01S Ed Szelagowski Jr. 29
27 7s Paul Shafer 22
28 87 Tyler Kelley 21
29 90L Eric Long 7 
4:52
Travis Sauter and crew in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:52
It’s the second win of the year for Travis Sauter. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:49
4:46
SAUTER WINS!!!
4:46
Travis Sauter gets the white flag of the caution free Colony Brands 100. 
4:46
Stand by…we will have victory lane photos. 
4:46
Two to go for Travis Sauter. 
4:45
Now…three to go. This is a fast 100-lapper. 
4:45
Four to go for Sauter. 
4:45
Sauter almost has a straightaway lead over Miller with five to go. 
4:44
Seven to go. Tifft gets by Potter for fifth. 
4:44
If Sauter holds on, he will become the first repeat winner in the ASA Midwest Tour this season. 
4:43
Ten to go for Travis Sauter. 
4:43
Lap 89 – Haseleu gets past Wimmer to move into third. 
4:42
15 laps to go for Sauter as he puts Bickle and Chris Weinkauf a lap down. 
4:41
Matt Tifft is having a good run. He is up to sixth. 
4:41
17 laps to go for Sauter. 
4:41
There is about a three quarters of a straightaway break between Miller and Wimmer. 
4:40
Lap 80 – Sauter is pulling away from Miller. 
4:39
Sauter, Miller, Wimmer, Haseleu, Potter is your top five with 21 to go. 
4:39
Lap 76 – Sauter looking on the inside of Miller going down the backstretch, easily takes over the lead. 
4:38
Lap 75 – Sauter is right behind Miller as they clear the lap traffic. 
4:37
Lap – 71 Jason Weinkauf pulls off to the infield. Schendel is off. 
4:37
Lap 70 – Lap traffic helping Miller keep the lead over Sauter. 
4:37
Lap 69 – Sauter is within a car length. 
4:36
68 laps competed. The led is down to three car lengths. 
4:36
Five car lengths separate Miller and Sauter. 
4:36
Lap 65 – Miller working on putting Schendel a lap down. Sauter is closing in on him. 
4:35
Lap 63 – Morrissey is off the pace and pulls it to the infield. Not sure what happened. 
4:34
Lap 62 – Sauter is trying to chase down Miller as Darnell goes a lap down. 
4:34
60 laps complete – Miller, Sauter, Wimmer, Haseleu, Potter. 
4:33
Lap 58 – Sauter gets on the inside of Wimmer going down the backstretch and takes over second going into three. He is pulling away from Wimmer. 
4:33
Lap 46 – Miller has been able to hold his lead on Wimmer. 
4:32
Lap 55 – Sauter is looking to challenge Wimmer for second. 
4:32
Lap 52 – Haseleu gets on the inside of Potter going out of turn two and takes over fourth. 
4:31
Lap 50 Rundown – Miller, Wimmer, Sauter, Potter, Haseleu, Morrissey, Weinkauf, Storm, Luedtke, Tifft, Murgic, Eilen, Holzhausen, Kocourek, Bickle, Anderson, Darnell, Wallace. All cars on the lead lap. 
4:30
Lap 45 – Miller puts Jason Weinkauf a lap down. 
4:29
Lap 44 – Miller still holds a good lead over Wimmer and Sauter. Potter in fourth with Haseleu in fifth. 
4:28
Lap 40 – Sims is off the pace and pulls it to the infield. 
4:27
Lap 39 – Miller is starting to catch some heavy lap traffic. Wimmer and Sauter are closing in. 
4:27
The entire field is pretty much single file right now. 
4:27
Lap 36 – Haseleu on the inside of Morrissey going into one. Takes over fifth. 
4:25
Lap 28 – Sauter works his way around Potter and takes over third. 
4:24
Eilen said the tire pressures were low at the start, car is coming to him. 
4:24
Lap 25 Rundown – Miller, Wimmer, Potter, Sauter, Morrissey, Haseleu, Weinkauf, Eilen, Storm, Luedtke, Tifft, Kocourek, Murgic, Schendel, Bickle, Holzhausen, Anderson, Darnell, Wallace, Sims, J. Weinkauf, Baumeister, LaMonte. 
4:23
Lap 24 – Miller has a seven car length lead over Wimmer. 
4:22
Lap 23 – Wimmer on the inside of Potter going into three, takes over second. 
4:22
Lap 22 – Sauter gets by Morrissey and is up to fourth. Haseleu is up to sixth. 
4:22
Lap 21 – Wimmer joins the battle. Right behind Potter looking for second. 
4:21
Lap 19 – Miller does it again…has the position going into three. Miller takes the lead on lap 20. 
4:21
Lap 18 – Miller looking to the inside of Potter off of two. Potter holds. 
4:20
Lap 17 – Potter drifts a little coming off of two. Miller is on his bumper. 
4:20
Lap 16 – About a car length separates Miller from Potter for the lead. 
4:20
Lap 14 – Chris Weinkauf on the bumper of Morrissey looking for fourth. Sauter is catching the two. 
4:19
Lap 12 – Miller is closing in on Potter. Two car lengths separate them. Wimmer gets by Morrissey for third. 
4:19
Lap 10 – Potter, Miller, Morrissey, Wimmer, Weinkauf, Eilen, Sauter, Haseleu, Storm, Kocourek, Luedtke, Bickle, Tifft, Murgic, Majeski. 
4:18
Lap 8 – Wimmer looking to the inside of Morrissey going into one, Morrissey shuts the door. 
4:18
Lap 6 – Weinkauf on the inside of Eilen for fifth. Takes the position. 
4:17
Lap 5 – Potter, Miller, Morrissey, Wimmer, Eilen, C. Weinkauf. 
4:16
Lap 3 – Wimmer on the inside of Eilen to battle for fourth. 
4:16
Lap 2 – Eilen may be having a problem. Threewide down the backstretch. Miller on the outside and Morrissey on the inside. Miller to second and Morrissey to third. 
4:16
Potter gets a good run on the outside and takes the lead on the opening lap over Eilen. 
4:15
Green is out 
4:15
Jay…wish you were here!!! 
4:15
Jay…wish you were here! 
4:15
Tom White gives the field one to go. 
4:15
Tires are warmed up…We will get the green shortly. 
4:14
Comment From Jay Van Der Geest (The Bo 

Good luck to Van Der Geest Racing 

4:12
Comment From Dean 

Good Luck to Josh Wallace #8 

4:11
ASA Midwest Tour
Colony Brands 100
Lineup

77 – Jonathan Eilen
58 – Cardell Potter
39 – Andrew Morrissey
5 – Jeremy Miller
52 – Chris Wimmer
75 – Chris Weinkauf
6 – Austin Luedtke
5 – Travis Sauter
87 – Nathan Haseleu
25 – Jeff Storm
91 – Ty Majeski
43 – Matt Kocourek
89 – Matt Tifft
45 – Rich Bickle
4 – Thor Anderson
12 – Nick Murgic
21 – Tim Schendel
8 – Josh Wallace
47 – Jordan Sims
63 – Gary LaMonte
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
7 – Erik Darnell
19 – Johnny Baumeister
76 – Jason Weinkauf
01 – Ed Szelagowski Jr.
40 – Kurt Tillman

4:11
I do not have access to the live timing and scoring. Please do not ask me how your favorite driver is doing. I will try to give a rundown when I can. Thank you in advance. 
4:10
The command has been given to start their engines. 
4:09
Comment From Guest 

Good luck to Chris Wimmer! 

4:09
Murgic late to grid with motor issues. low rpms 
4:08
Comment From Chris Wiess 

Good Luck to Jeff Storm and the whole 25 team. Hopefully he can follow up his great qualifying effort with a podium finish! 

4:07
Drivers are strapping in
3:37
Bandit feature is out now…then the ASA Midwest Tour’s Colony Brands 100. 
3:36
Comment From Julie 

Fantastic pictures and updates! You have a great team out there! 

3:36
ASA Midwest Tour
Colony Brands 100
Lineup

77 – Jonathan Eilen
58 – Cardell Potter
39 – Andrew Morrissey
5 – Jeremy Miller
52 – Chris Wimmer
75 – Chris Weinkauf
6 – Austin Luedtke
5 – Travis Sauter
87 – Nathan Haseleu
25 – Jeff Storm
91 – Ty Majeski
43 – Matt Kocourek
89 – Matt Tifft
45 – Rich Bickle
4 – Thor Anderson
12 – Nick Murgic
21 – Tim Schendel
8 – Josh Wallace
47 – Jordan Sims
63 – Gary LaMonte
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
7 – Erik Darnell
19 – Johnny Baumeister
76 – Jason Weinkauf
01 – Ed Szelagowski Jr.
40 – Kurt Tillman 

3:32
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to all three making main,happy Darnell made it 

3:30
I believe 28 cars will start. Will have the lineup shortly for the Colony Brands 100. 
3:21
Holzhausen, Darnell and Baumeister advance to the main event. 
3:20
Holzhausen, Darnell, Baumeister, Weinkauf, Tillman, Shafer, Kelley, Szegelowski is your finish. 
3:20
White flag is out for Holzhausen. 
3:19
Five to go for Holzhausen.
3:19
Lap 14 – Weinkauf tries to get on the inside of Baumeister going into one. Baumeister shuts the door. 
3:17
Halfway…Holzhausen, Darnell, Baumeister, Jason Weinkauf, Tillman. 
3:17
Lap 9 – Darnell goes on the inside of Baumeister and goes to second. 
3:17
Five laps in. Holzhausen leads with Baumeister in second and Darnell in third. Weinkauf, Tillman, Shafer, Kelley and Szelegowski. 
3:15
Lap 4 of 20 – Darnell gets on the inside of Weinkauf going into three and takes over third. 
3:15
Green is out with Holzhausen in the lead and Baumeister in second. Jason Weinkauf in third and Darnell up to fourth. 
3:14
Weinkauf, Tillman, Shafer, Kelley, Szelegowsk, Darnell and Long is the remainder of the field. 
3:13
1 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
2 58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
3 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
4 5M Jeremy Miller Rockton, IL
5 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
6 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
7 6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
8 5S Travis Sauter Necedah, WI
9 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, Wi
10 25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
11 91 Ty Majeski (R) Seymour, WI
12 43 Matt Kocourek Franklin, WI
13 89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
14 45 Rich Bickle Janesville, WI
15 4 Thor Anderson Bondurant, IA
16 12 Nick Murgic (TS) Rosemount, MN

# Driver Name Hometown
1 21 Tim Schendel (TS) Sparta, WI
2 8W Josh Wallace Genoa City, WI
3 47S Jordan Sims Salt Ste. Marie, ONT
4 63 Gary LeMonte West Allis, WI
5 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
6 1 Ed Szelagowski Jr Westfield, WI
7 76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
8 40T Curt Tillman Roscoe, IL
9 7S Paul Schafer Jr Griffith, IN
10 87T Tyler Kelley Oregon, WI
11 1 Ed Szelagowski Jr Westfield, WI
12 40R Richard Ruckh Wheaton, IL
13 85 Erik Darnell Park City, IL
14 85 Erik Darnell Park City, IL

3:12
The ASA Midwest Tour last chance race is out. Apologize for the delay. Still working on getting full results from earlier.
2:50
Will have the full results shortly and lineup. 
2:50
Eilen and Potter will be your front row for the Colony Brands 100. 
2:50
White is out. 
2:50
Lap 13 – Luedtke tries to go high around Morrissey, doesn’t make it and opens the door for Miller to take fourth. 
2:49
Lap 12 – Potter on the bumper of Eilen but Eilen pulls away. 
2:48
Five to go – Eilen, Potter, Morrissey, Luedtke, Miller, Wimmer, Majeski, Weinkauf, Sauter, Haseleu. 
2:48
Lap 8 – Luedtke on the inside of Majeski for fourth. Takes the spot. Miller looking to do the same thing. 
2:47
Lap 5 – Luedtke gets fifth from Bickle. 
2:47
Lap 4- Eilen, Potter, Morrissey, Majeski. Luedtke and Bickle battle for fifth. 
2:46
Lap 2 – Potter goes to second while Morrissey also gets by Majeski for third. 
2:46
Lap 1 – Eilen to the lead while Majeski and Potter for second. 
2:45
Green is out…15 laps. 
2:45
ASA Midwest Tour Top 16 Qualifier Race out now. Where you finish in this race is where you start for the 100-lapper.

91 – Ty Majeski
77 – Jonathan Eilen
45 – Rich Bickle
58 – Cardell Potter
6 – Austin Luedtke
39 – Andrew Morrissey
5 – Jeremy Miller
5 – Travis Sauter
52- Chris Wimmer
43- Matt Kocourek
89 – Matt Tifft
75 – Chris Weinkauf
25 – Jeff Storm
87 – Nathan Haseleu
4 – Thor Anderson
12 – Nick Murgic 

2:42
Schendel, Wallace, Sims and LaMonte advance to the Colony Brands 100. 
2:42
Schendel wins with Wallace in second. Sims holds off LaMonte for third. Holzhausen is fifth. 
2:42
White flag is out for Schendel as he has a big lead over Wallace. 
2:41
Lap 16 – Schendel gets on the inside of Wallace going into turn three and takes over the top spot. 
2:41
Lap 14 – Wallace and Schendel has about a half straight lead over Sims. Sims has about a car length cushion from LaMonte. LaMonte has about two car lengths to Holzhausen. 
2:39
Halfway through. Wallace, Schendel, Sims, LaMonte, Holzahusen, Baumeister, Shafer, Weinkauf, Tillman 
2:38
Lap 7 – Wallace and Schendel pull away from Sims. Sims being challenged by LaMonte. Holzhausen in fifth. 
2:37
Lap 4 – LaMonte looking to the inside of Sims for third. Darnell is slow and at the rear of the field. 
2:37
Lap 3 – Wallace leads with Schendel up to second. Sims to third and LaMonte in fourth. 
2:36
Lap 1 – Wallace takes the lead from Sims with Schendel following. 
2:36
20 laps. 
2:36
Green is out. 
2:36
Cars have warmed up their tires, we are about to go green for the qualifier race. 
2:34
Lineup
8 – Josh Wallace
47 – Jordan Sims
63 – Gary LaMonte
21 – Tim Schendel
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
7 – Paul Shafer Jr.
19 – Johnny Baumeister
7 – Erik Darnell
76 – Jason Weinkauf
87 – Tyler Kelley
40 – Curt Tillman
40 – Richard Ruckh
90 – Erik Long
2:32
ASA Midwest Tour officials are getting in place and we will start racing shortly. 
2:29
Erik Darnell is puzzled about why he has no power. Says car drives good but just down on power. Crew is thrashing making major handling adjustments. 
2:28
The ASA Midwest Tour qualifying race will be up first. Top four will advance to the Colony Brands 100.

Lineup
8 – Josh Wallace
47 – Jordan Sims
63 – Gary LaMonte
21 – Tim Schendel
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
7 – Paul Shafer Jr.
19 – Johnny Baumeister
7 – Erik Darnell
76 – Jason Weinkauf
87 – Tyler Kelley
40 – Curt Tillman
40 – Richard Ruckh
90 – Erik Long 

2:22
A note has been sent to our pit reporter Gregg Paul to find out about Darnell. 
2:22
Comment From Lenny 

Go Tifft,Schendel,and Erik Darnell,anything happened to Darnell in qualifying? 

2:18
Rich Bickle says his LS motor will hinder him early but is counting on others falling off more at the end. Never felt he’s had the car under him 
2:17
Start em young!!! LOL 
2:17
Comment From Lenny 

thats the youngest pit crew member i’ve seen 

2:16
Sorry Loran…it is not. BTW…why aren’t you here? LOL 
2:16
Comment From Loran Leech 

Is this being broadcasted on radio somewhere? 

2:11
Qualifying Results

1 87h Nathan Haseleu 17.575
2 25s Jeff Storm 17.611
3 75 Chris Weinkauf 17.611
4 89 Matt Tifft 17.633
5 43K Matt Kocourek 17.638
6 52W Chris Wimmer 17.660
7 5s Travis Sauter 17.738
8 5m Jeremy Miller 17.787
9 39 Andrew Morrisey 17.809
10 6 Austin Luedtke 17.814
11 58P Cardell Potter 17.815
12 45 Richie Bickle, Jr 17.817
13 77E Jonathan Eilen 17.824
14 91M Ty Majeski 17.853
15 4A Thor Anderson 17.859
16 12M Nick Murgic 17.874
17 8 Josh Wallace 17.875
18 47 Jordan Sims 17.899
19 63 Gary LaMonte 17.901
20 21 Tim Schendel 17.910
21 78H Skylar Holzhausen 17.921
22 77 David Byrne 17.942
23 01S Ed Szelagowski Jr. 17.975
24 7s Paul Shafer 17.999
25 19 Johnny Baumeister Jr. 18.042
26 7d Erik Darnell 18.101
27 76 Jason Weinkauf 18.106
28 87 Tyler Kelley 18.119
29 40 Curt Tillman 18.132
30 40 Richard Ruckh 18.617
31 90L Eric Long 19.532 

2:08
2:04
1:49
Nathan Haseleu is the fastest qualifier. We will post the full rundown as soon as we can. 
1:48
7 – Erik Darnell
18.107
18.101 
1:47
89 – Matt Tifft
17.700
17.633 
1:46
87 – Tyler Kelley
18.209
18.119 
1:45
87 – Nathan Haseleu
17.575 (fast time)
17.634 
1:44
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
18.010
17.921 
1:43
77 – Jonathan Eilen
17.824
17.828 
1:42
Back to qualifying… 
1:41
Safety crew is out cleaning up on the backstretch. We should be back to qualifying shortly. 
1:39
77 – David Byrne
17.942
Byrne just got loose coming off of turn two and went head first into the wall. He is driving away. 
1:39
1:37
76 – Jason Weinkauf
18.106
18.168 
1:36
75 – Chris Weinkauf
17.756
17.611 (ties Storm…Storm still has fast time) 
1:34
63 – Gary LaMonte
17.940
17.901 
1:33
58 – Cardell Potter
17.881
17.814 
1:32
52 – Chris Wimmer
17.738
17.660 
1:31
47 – Jordan Sims
18.007
17.899 
1:30
45 – Rich Bickle
17.975
17.817 
1:29
Jeff Storm’s 17.611 is still fast time. 
1:29
43 – Matt Kocourek
17.747
17.638 
1:28
40 – Curt Tillman
18.132
18.193 
1:27
40 – Richard Ruckh
18.680
18.617 
1:25
39 – Andrew Morrissey
17.945
17.809 
1:25
25 – Jeff Storm
17.611 – Fast Time 
1:23
21 – Tim Schendel
17.965
17.910 
1:22
19 – Johnny Baumeister
18.118
18.042 
1:21
12 – Nick Murgic
17.941
17.874 
1:20
8 – Josh Wallace
17.984
17.875 
1:19
7 – Paul Shafer Jr.
17.999
18.004 
1:18
6 – Austin Luedtke
17.889
17.814 
1:17
5 – Travis Sauter
17.956
17.738 
1:16
5 – Jeremy Miller
17.946
17.787 
1:15
4 – Thor Anderson
18.090
17.859 
1:14
1 – Ed Szelagowski Jr.
18.070
17.975 
1:12
91 – Ty Majeski
18.096
17.853 
1:11
90 – Erik Long
19.876
19.532 
1:10
If you live near the track, we encourage you to come on out. Adult admission is only $15. 
1:10
Qualifying has begun for the ASA Midwest Tour
1:09
Today, we have clear skies, temps in the 80’s with a nice cool breeze. Perfect day to be outside to watch a race. 
1:07
Drivers meeting will delay the start of qualifying by a few minutes. Back in May, the ASA Midwest Tour had cloudy skies and cooler temps which helped Chris Wimmer set a new track record of 17.245 seconds. 
1:01
Cars are lining up for qualifying. The ASA Midwest Tour will qualify in numerical order. Today, they will be starting car #90 – Erik Long. 
12:53
ASA MIDWEST TOUR
MADISON INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY WINNERS

July 20, 2007 – Brandon Hill
May 4, 2008 – Dan Fredrickson
May 3, 2009 – Nathan Haseleu
May 2, 2010 – Steve Carlson
June 29, 2010 – Matt Kenseth
May 1, 2011 – Ross Kenseth
May 12, 2012 – Andrew Morrissey 

12:51
This is the eighth time that the ASA Midwest Tour has competed at MIS. There has yet to be a repeat winner! 
12:50
ASA Midwest Tour Practice Times

1 87h Nathan Haseleu 17.685
2 77E Jonathan Eilen 17.714
3 89 Matt Tifft 17.726
4 21 Tim Schendel 17.758
5 5m Jeremy Miller 17.771
6 75 Chris Weinkauf 17.773
7 6 Austin Luedtke 17.774
8 5s Travis Sauter 17.794
9 52W Chris Wimmer 17.803
10 25s Jeff Storm 17.810
11 12M Nick Murgic 17.859
12 8 Josh Wallace 17.873
13 58P Cardell Potter 17.904
14 77 David Byrne 17.904
15 4A Thor Anderson 17.925
16 01S Ed Szelagowski Jr. 17.977
17 76 Jason Weinkauf 17.988
18 91M Ty Majeski 18.032
19 40 Curt Tillman 18.041
20 47 Jordan Sims 18.064
21 7d Erik Darnell 18.074
22 63 Gary LaMonte 18.106
23 43K Matt Kocourek 18.118
24 39 Andrew Morrisey 18.129
25 7s Paul Shafer 18.218
26 19 Johnny Baumeister JR 18.339
27 78H Skylar Holzhausen 18.538
28 40 Richard Ruckh 18.731
29 90L Eric Long 21.185 

12:49
The ASA Midwest Tour is making their second appearance of the season at Wisconsin’s Fastest Half-Mile Oval. Back on May 12, Andrew Morrissey held off Skylar Holzhausen to win the Joe Shear Classic 100. Chris Wimmer set a new track record in qualifying with a time of 17.245 seconds. 
12:48
The ASA Midwest Tour only had one hour long practice session for today’s Colony Brands 100. Qualifying will start in about 13 minutes. 
12:45
It is a Chamber of Commerce day for afternoon racing at MIS. 
12:42
Little correction…qualifying will start at 1:00pm Central time. Which means we are 18 minutes away. We are working on getting practice times for you. 
12:39
The 4-cylinder bandits are currently practicing on the quarter-mile track. 
12:37
For those just joining us…please scroll down to see the earlier posting including the entry list for this afternoon. Glad you can join us. 
12:33
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12:30
Comment From Ted 

Love the coverage 

12:26
There is about five minutes left in the practice session. We will post times as soon as we have them. 
12:18
Austin Luedtke talking to his sponsors.
12:07
Today’s entry list for the ASA Midwest Tour’s Colony Brands 100 at Madison International Speedway

1 Ed Szelagowski Jr Westfield, WI
4 Thor Anderson Bondurant, IA
5 Jeremy Miller Rockton, IL
5 Travis Sauter Necedah, WI
6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
7 Paul Shafer Jr. Griffith, IN
7 Erik Darnell Park City, IL
8 Josh Wallace Genoa City, WI
12 Nick Murgic Rosemount, MN
19 Johnny Baumeister Jr Lake Geneva, WI
21 Tim Schendel Sparta, WI
25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
40 Curt Tillman Roscoe, IL
40 Richard Ruckh Wheaton, IL
43 Matt Kocourek Franklin, WI
45 Rich Bickle Janesville, WI
47 Jordan Sims Salt Ste. Marie, ONT
52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
63 Gary LaMonte West Allis, WI
75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
77 David Byrne Shullsburg, WI
77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, Wi
87 Tyler Kelley Oregon, WI
89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
90 Erik Long Brookfield, WI
91 Ty Majeski (R) Seymour, WI 

12:00
Practice is underway for the ASA Midwest Tour Super Late Models. We will post the entry list shortly. We are told that 30 cars are here today. Adult admission is only $15 if you are near the track!!! 
11:42
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11:35
So is Erik Darnell
11:35
Tim Schendel is racing two days in a row.
11:33
Field heads out for practice
11:31
Jonathan Eilen getting ready.
11:31
11:24
11:23
Nathan Haseleu getting ready to practice for his 67th ASAMT event.
11:20
Canadian driver Jordan Sims is one of 30 entries for today’s event.
11:13
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11:13
Good afternoon from Madison International Speedway. It is an awesome weather day for racing. 

Trackside Now: ASA Midwest Tour at Madison Int’l Speedway (WI) – 8/5/12