10:27
Good night from Marshfield! 
10:27
Speed51.com’s Trackside Now coverage continues tomorrow, Sunday, from the historic Slinger Super Speedway in Wisconsin for the Miller Lite Slinger Nationals. It’s one of the most prestigious short track events and you won’t want to miss any of it. NASCAR stars like Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth will battle some of the country’s top Super Late Model talents on the high-banked Slinger bullring. 51’s coverage will be presented by Racecar Engineering and starts shortly after noon, Central Time, on Sunday. 
10:24
That will conclude our coverage tonight from Marshfield. Thanks to all the fans for tuning in and to Lefthander Chassis and Performance Parts Supply for their support of tonight’s coverage. 
10:23
UNOFFICIAL MARSHFIELD 100 RESULTS:

1 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) – Hampton, MN
2 5S Travis Sauter – Necedah, WI
3 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) – Wausau, WI
4 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) – Merrill, WI
5 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) – Marshall, WI
6 89 Matt Tifft (R) (TS) – Hinckley, OH
7 9K Mark Kraus – Stratford, Wi
8 12 Nick Murgic (TS) – Rosemount, MN
9 58 Cardell Potter (R) (TS) – Camp Douglas, WI
10 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) – DeForest, WI
11 76 Jason Weinkauf (R) (TS) – Merrill, WI
12 6 Austin Luedtke (R) – Beechwood, WI
13 34 Brandon Hill – Genoa City, WI
14 25 Jeff Storm (TS) – Waterford, WI
15 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) – Bangor, WI
16 15L Dean LaPointe – Marshfield, WI
17 29S Chad Selk – Chili, WI
18 22 Nick Panitzke (TS) – Sauk Centre, MN
19 71P Matt Pyburn – Wisconsin Rapids, WI
20 90 Erik Long – Brookfield, WI
21 23 Ryan Hinner – Steven’s Pt, WI
22 72 Jacob Goede (TS) – Carver, MN

Lap Leaders: Eilen (1-9); Storm (10-16); Eilen (17-31); Holzhausen (32-82); Eilen (83-100)

Next Race: The Wayne Carter Classic ECHO Bear Cat 100L at Grundy County Speedway in Morris, Illinois on Friday, July 24th, 2012 

10:08
EDITOR’S NOTE: Our at track staff, who have been battling with the internet signal at Marshfield all day and night long, have lost the battle. It appears that they will not be getting back online tonight from the track. However, our North Carolina-based staff will remain online here and we hope to receive the unofficial finishing order from the series’ officials soon. As soon as we get them, we’ll have them posted here. Thank you for your patience and understanding. 
9:49
We are waiting for the ASAMT to give us the rundown. 
9:49
Not sure…www.asamidwesttour.com will have the updated points. 
9:49
Comment From Guest 

Will you have the championship points updated as affected by this race? 

9:46
Not hearing anything on tire issues. Not sure what caused the problems for many. 
9:45
Comment From Guest 

Fast cars unable to finish the race, are there tire issues or engine failures? 

9:45
Comment From Jake 

Great coverage from you guys tonight. Lots of info Keep up the good work 

9:45
We are waiting for the full field rundown. 
9:45
9:44
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Eilen,thanks speed 51 for the coverage 

9:44
Comment From Guest 

Next Saturday for the Eilen wedding!….7/7 

9:36
He is getting married next Sunday 
9:36
9:33
Sauter second, Wimmer third. 
9:33
Be back with the rundown and winner photo in a few. Stand by. 
9:32
JONATHAN EILEN WINS THE MARSHFIELD 100 
9:32
Eilen has a big lead as he gets the white flag. 
9:32
Signal is given for two to go. 
9:32
Sauter is trying to chase down Eilen with three to go, but I think he will come up short. 
9:31
Less than four laps to go. 
9:31
I think Eilen is getting married very soon too. 
9:31
Five to go this time by for Jonathan Eilen. 
9:30
6 to go and Sauter takes second. 
9:30
Eilen is on cruise control with seven to go.Sauter and Wimmer are still battling. 
9:30
8 laps to go. Sauter is on the inside of Wimmer for second. 
9:29
Top of my head…Eilen won last year at Hawkeye Downs. 
9:29
Storm is now slow and pulls it in with 10 to go. 
9:29
Chris Weinkauf is up to fourth. 
9:29
13 to go for Eilen. He has a big lead over Wimmer and Sauter. 
9:28
Not sure what happened. He was leading and of a sudden…went into turn two and just slowed down. 
9:28
Ouch for Holzhausen. 
9:27
Eilen back to the lead with 17 to go. 
9:27
He is in the pits. Something happened and the car shut off. 
9:27
Holzausen just slowed on the backstretch. 
9:27
Holzhausen has ran into heavy lap traffic. Eilen is closing but there a 
9:26
20 to go for Holzausen. 
9:26
Lap 78 – Sauter gets on the inside of Wimmer going into turn three. But Wimmer is holding him off. 
9:25
There is about an equal gap from first to second and second to third. 
9:25
Lap 75 – Holzhausen, Eilen, Wimmer, Sauter, C. Weinkauf, Kraus, Haseleu, Murgic. 
9:24
The field has strung out with 28 laps to go. 
9:23
Lap 68 – Holzhausen has about a 3/4 straightaway lead on Eilen. 
9:22
Eilen to the inside coming off of two and takes it going into three. 
9:22
Lap 67 – Eilen may be setting up a battle with Wimmer for second. 
9:21
Lap 65 – Holzhausen, Wimmer, Eilen, Sauter, C.Weinkauf, Kraus, Haseleu, Murgic, Potter, Tifft, Storm. 
9:20
Last year, Skylar Holzhausen picked up his first ASAMT victory at Elko Speedway. He is looking good so far for his second. 
9:20
Lap 59 – Holzhausen is extending his lead over Wimmer. Now by ten car lengths. 
9:19
Lap 56 – Haseleu clears Storm for seventh. Murgic joins that battle. 
9:18
Lap 55 – C. Weinkauf gets by Kraus for fifth. 
9:18
Lap 53 – Holzhausen has a five car length lead over Wimmer. 
9:17
Storm and Haseleu make contact out of turn two. Both get loose but keep going. 
9:17
Lap 50 – Holzhausen, Wimmer, Eilen, Sauter, Kraus,C.Weinkauf, 
9:16
Lap 48 – Wimmer appears to be patient in pouncing on Holzausen. Maybe saving his tires. 
9:16
Kraus gets by Storm for fifth. 
9:16
Lap 46 – Holzhausen is seeing the bumper of Wimmer in his rear view mirror. 
9:15
Sauter to fourth. 
9:15
Green is out. Holzhausen gets away from Eilen. Wimmer goes on the inside of Eilen and takes second. 
9:14
Hill went into the pits and has returned. 
9:14
Sorry put Kraus before Haseleu in that rundown. 
9:13
Cone is out. 
9:13
55 laps to go…Holzhausen, Eilen, Wimmer, Sauter, Storm, Haseleu, C.Weinkauf, Potter, Tifft, Murgic, Morrissey, J. Weinkauf, Luedtke are the cars on track. 
9:11
Lap 45 – Caution flies for Nick Panitzke as he comes to a stop in turn three. There may have been a small fire. He rushed out of his #22 Late model. 
9:10
Comment From william 

thanks for the coverage gentlemen 

9:10
Radio report is from Eilen is that his engine is shutting off in the corner. But he is still two car lengths behind Holzhausen. 
9:10
Lap 41 – Holzhausen, Storm, Wimmer, Sauter, Storm, Kraus, Haseleu, C. Weinkauf. 
9:09
Lap 40 – Sauter noses in front of Storm for fourth. Holzhausen has two car lengths on Eilen. 
9:08
Lap 38 – Sauter on the inside of Storm for fourth. Wimmer is gaining on the lead duo. 
9:08
Lap 36 – Eilen puts his nose on the inside of Holzausen coming ouf of four looks inside. But Holzhausen holds. 
9:07
Wimmer up to third 
9:07
Lap 34 – Eilen is hanging with Holzhausen. Won’t let him get away. 
9:07
Lap 32 – Holzhausen on the inside of Eilen going down the backstretch takes the lead!!! 
9:06
Lap 30 – Eilen, Holzhausen, Storm, Wimmer, Sauter, Krause, Haseleu. 
9:06
Holzhausen is on the move. 
9:06
Lap 29 – Skylar Holzhausen is on the inside of Storm and takes second. 
9:05
Hinner is back out along with Weinkauf. 
9:05
Green is out and Eilen gots back to the point. Kraus gets sideways and falls back to sixth. 
9:04
Eilen and Storm will start side-by-side for the re-start. 
9:03
The cone is out. 
9:02
Comment From Duke-51 

Gregg and Kevin, our outstanding tandem at tonight’s race, are doing a great job for fans like me at home tonight despite adverse internet conditions. Thanks guys and thanks also to Lefthander Chassis for their support of tonight’s coverage. 

9:01
Defending winner Jason Weinkauf has gone into the pits. 
9:01
Sauter got his nose to the inside of Hinner in turns three and four. The two made contact as Sauter’s right front bumper contacted Hinner’s left rear. There was a large amount of smoke. Hinner fell back and a lap later blew his right rear tire going into turn one. He came to a stop in turns three and four and is now going on the hook. 
9:00
Lap 14 – Field is starting to single out. Until Sauter got on the inside of Hinnr for seventh. Hinner has his right rear tire go down. Due to the contact with Sauter. Caution on lap 27. 
8:58
Lap 21 – Wimmer looking inside of Potter for third. Eilen has a three car length lead over Storm. 
8:58
Lap 20 – Eilen, Storm, Kraus, Potter, Wimmer, Holzhausen, Hinner, Sauter, Hasuleu. 
8:57
Potter still looking inside of Kraus for third. 
8:57
Lap 18 – Eilen back to the point. 
8:57
Lap 17 – Eilen edges his nose to the front but they are still side by side. 
8:56
The lead duo has a ten-car length advantage over the field. 
8:56
Lap 14 – Eilen back on the inside of Storm for the lead. 
8:56
Lap 12 – Battle is for third between Kraus and Cardell Potter. Wimmer in fifth. 
8:55
Lap 11- Storm to the lead. 
8:55
Lap 10 – Eilen and Storm battle for the lead. Austin Luedtke just did a great save in turns one and two from spinning his car. 
8:54
Lap 9 – Eilen back to the lead with Storm in second. Storm looking on the outside of Eilen for the lead. 
8:54
8 laps in the book. Green is out!! 
8:54
Field is doubled up. We are about to go green. 
8:53
The Marshfield Motor Speedway officials are doing a great job working with the ASAMT officials to get the field lined up. The cone is out. 
8:51
Morrissey is back out. 
8:51
The ASAMT flagman just had a short conversation with Nick Panitzke. 
8:49
Dean LaPointe also went into the pits but is back out. 
8:49
Andrew Morrissey just pulled into the pits. 
8:48
Not sure what happened to Goede. He appeared to come off of turn four and lost power. He is getting pushed back to the pits. 
8:48
No break!!! 100 all the way. 
8:47
Comment From Guest 

Are they having a pit stop tonight? 

8:47
lap 8 – Goede slow off of four. Stops in turn one. CAUTION!!! 
8:47
Lap 7 – Eilen out to a seven car length lead while Kraus fights off Storm for second. 
8:46
Internet went down. Here is what has happened so farLap 1 – Eilen jumps to the lead over Krause.

Lap 2 – Storm and Krause battle for second. Two by two behind Eilen.

Lap 3 – Top four single out. Eilen, Kraus, Storm, and Hinner. Gaode and Panitzke battle for fifth.

8:41
The field of 22 cars is rolling. 
8:40
A good quality field of cars for tonight’s ASA Midwest Tour Marshfield 100 
8:39
Engines have fired!!!! 
8:37
1 9K Mark Kraus Stratford, Wi
2 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
3 25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
4 23 Ryan Hinner Steven’s Pt, WI
5 72 Jacob Goede (TS) Carver, MN
6 22 Nick Panitzke (TS) Sauk Centre, MN
7 58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
8 76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
9 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
10 89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
11 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
12 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, WI
13 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
14 6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
15 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
16 5S Travis Sauter Necedah, WI
17 12 Nick Murgic (TS) Rosemount, MN
18 71P Matt Pyburn Wisconsin Rapids, WI
19 29S Chad Selk Chili, WI
20 34 Brandon Hill Genoa City, WI
21 15L Dean LaPointe Marshfield, WI
22 90 Erik Long Brookfield, WI
8:36
Starting Field 
8:35
The field has just been introduced and they are strapping in. 
8:33
Drivers are currently being introduced. We should get going shortly. 
8:31
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8:28
Starting field for the Marshfield 100
8:21
Field is about to roll out for the driver intro. 
8:20
Comment From Guest 

Go Goede! 

8:15
Comment From Julie Neisius 

Good Luck Murgic and Crew!~ 

8:11
We are one local feature away from the Marshfield 100. The Motorcyles are out for their feature. 
8:09
Comment From Guest 

Good luck, Chris Wimmer! 

8:05
Comment From Your fans in the stands 

Your the man! Good Luck Austin! 

8:05
Comment From ashlynn 

Go Austin “The Ace” Luedtke! 

8:00
Comment From madcitydoug 

Good luck Andrew Morrissey. 

7:59
The internet is popping on and off. I will do my best during the Marshfield 100 to keep you updated if we lose a connection. Thank you for your understanding. The first of two local features are on track now. 
7:58
Comment From Chris 

Go get em J. Storm 

7:58
Comment From Troy 

Good luck Nick from Rainbow Lodge 

7:50
Comment From Shirley, and Robert 

Have good runs jeff Storm, and Nate Haseleu. 

7:50
Comment From Lenny 

Good luck Tifft,go get em bro 

7:48
Comment From james 

Have a Great run Matt Tift ! 

7:47
Comment From Debbie wood 

Good luck Jonathon Eilen 

7:40
Murgic
Pyburn
Selk
Hill
LaPointe
Long
7:40
1 9K Mark Kraus Stratford, Wi
2 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
3 25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
4 23 Ryan Hinner Steven’s Pt, WI
5 72 Jacob Goede (TS) Carver, MN
6 22 Nick Panitzke (TS) Sauk Centre, MN
7 58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
8 76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
9 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
10 89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
11 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
12 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, WI
13 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
14 6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
15 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
16 5S Travis Sauter Necedah, WI 
7:40
Sorry…it went down again
7:34
Marshfield 100 Lineup… 
7:33
They are about ready to start feature racing here. They really run a smooth program here. 
7:29
Pretty much take the finish of the top 16 race and then the finish of the non top 16 race and you have your lineup. Both races determined the starting lineup. 
7:28
Comment From Matt 

Do you know the feature lineup yet? 

7:23
Here you go….
1 9K Mark Kraus Stratford, Wi
2 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
3 25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
4 23 Ryan Hinner Steven’s Pt, WI
5 72 Jacob Goede (TS) Carver, MN
6 22 Nick Panitzke (TS) Sauk Centre, MN
7 58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
8 76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
9 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
10 89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
11 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
12 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, WI
13 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
14 6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
15 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
16 5S Travis Sauter Necedah, WI 
7:21
Margo…I am begging and pleading for it!!! 🙂 
7:21
Report from Gregg Paul…Sauter just spun on his own. He is chasing his setup for the main event. Not sure on what happened to Ty Majeski, car is packed up in the hauler. 
7:19
Hi Margo…still waiting for them to give me the rundown. 
7:19
Comment From Margo Detjens 

Do you have the results from the 10 lap heat for ASA placement heat? Please 

7:18
7:17
Marshfield Motor Speedway has a full service bar and provides close-circuit television coverage of the racing action. Oh yeah…it is air-conditioned too. Not sure how many are in there. 
7:16
Got a nice breeze…in the 80’s. Nice crowd. 
7:16
Comment From Kevin 

How warm is it up there? How is the crowd? 

7:14
Gregg Paul is going down to check on what happened with Ty Majeski and get a status on Travis Sauter. 
7:14
Local divisions are out racing now. 
7:14
Almost need to be a court reporter at times. 
7:14
Typing and watching races is not that easy!!! LOL 
7:13
Comment From Kevin 

How did you miss that Kevin? 

7:13
Also…need to correct myself. Travis Sauter did start but spun in turns three and four. Didn’t see it. Sorry about that. 
7:12
Mark Kraus did win the Qualifier Race with Jonathan Eilen in second. Waiting for the full field rundown. 
7:12
Sorry about that. Lost our internet connection. 
7:06
Lap 5 – Kraus has a big lead over Eilen, Storm, Hinner and Goede. 
7:05
Travis Sauter missed the start and is joining the field four laps down. 
7:05
The field is starting stringout. 
7:05
Lap 3 – Good battle for second between Hinner, Eilen and Storm. Eilen gets the spot with Storm looking on his inside. 
7:04
This is a 10 lap race. 
7:04
Lap 1 – Kraus gets a good jump on Hinner and takes the lead on the opening lap. 
7:04
About to go green in the second ASAMT Race. 
7:03
Ty Majeski did qualify but during his second lap something must have happened as he slowed coming out of turn four. The car is parked in the infield. He may be done for the night. 
7:01
Field is rolling. 
7:00
Lineup…
23 – Ryan Hinner
9K – Mark Kraus
22 – Nick Panitzke
77 – Jonathan Eilen
76 – Jason Weinkauf
25 – Jeff Storm
58 – Cardell Potter
8 – Jacob Goede
5 – Travis Sauter
89 – Matt Tifft
87 – Nathan Haseleu
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
75 – Chris Weinkauf
52- Chris Wimmer
39 – Andrew Morrissey
6 – Austin Luedtke 
6:59
Up next is the qualifier race for the top 16 in qualifying. The finish of this will determine the first eight rows for the Marshfield 100. 
6:58
Comment From Guest 

Thank you for covering this online for those of us who can’t be at the race in person. You’re great! 

6:58
Murgic
Pyburn
Selk
Hill
LaPointe
Long 
6:57
Finish.. 
6:57
White flag is out for Murgic. 
6:57
Lap 13 – Murgic takes a high line one and two and gets the momentum to the lead with two to go. 
6:57
Lap 12- Murgic is side by side of Pyburn for the lead. 
6:56
5 laps to go – Murgic peaks to the inside of Pyburn but then looks to the outside going into three. 
6:56
Lap 9 – Murgic is on his back bumper. 
6:56
Past halfway and Murgic is closing on Pyburn for the lead. 
6:55
Lap 7 – Murgic within three car lengths of Pyburn. 
6:55
Lap 5 – Murgic on the outside of Hill takes over second. Sets his sail towards Pyburn. 
6:54
Lap 4 – Murgic now goes to the outside of LaPointe for third. Murgic makes the pass and sets his sights on Hill. 
6:54
Lap 3 – Hill on the outside of LaPointe to battle for second. Hill takes over the spot going into three. 
6:53
Green is out and Pyburn jumps to the lead over LaPointe. 
6:53
Let’s all pray we don’t lose our internet connection. 
6:53
Field has been given one to go. 
6:52
15 – Dean LaPointe
71 – Matt Pyburn
12 – Nick Murgic
34 – Brandon Hill
29 – Chad Selk
90 – Erik Long 
6:52
Field for the qualifying race are warming up their tires. 
6:51
Thanks for joining us tonight.

Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by Lefthander Chassis and Performance Parts Supply of Roscoe, Illinois. The Lensing family have been building race-winning racecars for decades and have amassed countless race wins and championships from coast-to-coast. Lefthander chassis have won some of the most prestigious races in the country and their drivers are among the most loyal in all of short track racing. Find out why Lefthander is a leader in short track chassis technology by visiting www.lefthanderchassis.com.

Performance Parts Supply, a division of Lefthander, is a one-stop-shop for everything for your race car, truck or motorcycle. From Lefthander chassis to just about every bolt-on part you can think of and more, PPS has it in stock and ready to ship nationwide. Performance Parts Supply and Lefthander Chassis offers free shipping on orders of $200 or more. Some conditions apply, see site for details. For more information on Performance Parts Supply, visit www.performancepartssupply.com.

6:51
Field is rolling…we are ready to go with our first race of the night. 
6:46
15 – Dean LaPointe
71 – Matt Pyburn
12 – Nick Murgic
34 – Brandon Hill
29 – Chad Selk
90 – Erik Long

15 Laps 

6:45
Here is the lineup for the first ASAMT race of the night. 
6:44
First race up is the ASA Midwest Tour Last Chance (well…everyone is in so it really isn’t a last chance) race. 
6:32
Chris Wimmer picked up his second ASA Midwest Tour qualifying award. He will also get his second ECHO chainsaw. Each fast qualifier in the ASA Midwest Tour event gets an ECHO chainsaw. 
6:26
All 23 drivers will start tonight’s Marshfield 100. The heat races will be positioning races for the main event. 
6:19
Racing action will start at 6:40pm. Local divisions are qualifying now. 
6:15
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by Lefthander Chassis and Performance Parts Supply of Roscoe, Illinois. The Lensing family have been building race-winning racecars for decades and have amassed countless race wins and championships from coast-to-coast. Lefthander chassis have won some of the most prestigious races in the country and their drivers are among the most loyal in all of short track racing. Find out why Lefthander is a leader in short track chassis technology by visiting www.lefthanderchassis.com.

Performance Parts Supply, a division of Lefthander, is a one-stop-shop for everything for your race car, truck or motorcycle. From Lefthander chassis to just about every bolt-on part you can think of and more, PPS has it in stock and ready to ship nationwide. Performance Parts Supply and Lefthander Chassis offers free shipping on orders of $200 or more. Some conditions apply, see site for details. For more information on Performance Parts Supply, visit www.performancepartssupply.com.

6:11
A good crowd on hand tonight.
6:06
6:05
5:57
Austin Luedtke (left) and Nathan Haseleu (right) talk during the autograph session.
5:53
ASA Midwest Tour drivers heading across to sign autographs.
5:51
Yes…that’s right. Motorcycles are racing tonight at Marshfield Motor Speedway.
5:47
ASA Midwest Tour Marshfield 100 Qualifying Results
1 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI 17.99
2 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI 18.011
3 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI 18.015
4 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, WI 18.018
5 89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH 18.023
6 5S Travis Sauter Necedah, WI 18.027
7 72 Jacob Goede (TS) Carver, MN 18.07
8 58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI 18.073
9 25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI 18.076
10 76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI 18.077
11 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN 18.09
12 22 Nick Panitzke (TS) Sauk Centre, MN 18.111
13 9K Mark Kraus Stratford, Wi 18.139
14 23 Ryan Hinner Steven’s Pt, WI 18.187
15 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI 18.225
16 91 Ty Majeski (R) Seymour, WI 18.237
17 6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI 18.248
18 15L Dean LaPointe Marshfield, WI 18.332
19 71P Matt Pyburn Wisconsin Rapids, WI 18.372
20 12 Nick Murgic (TS) Rosemount, MN 18.403
21 34 Brandon Hill Genoa City, WI 18.494
22 29S Chad Selk Chili, WI 18.538
23 90 Erik Long Brookfield, WI 19.544 
5:40
We will post the official rundown as soon as we receive it from the ASA Midwest Tour. Chris Wimmer is tonight’s fast qualifier with a time of 17.990. 
5:39
23 – Ryan Hinner (Getting both laps. Clock missed him earlier.)
18.187
18.256 
5:38
9 – Mark Kraus
18.154
18.139 
5:37
15 – Dean LaPointe
18.332
18.425 
5:36
12 – Nick Murgic
18.428
18.403 
5:35
8 – Jacob Goede (Yes 8 not his normal 72)
18.205
18.070 
5:34
6 – Austin Luedtke
18.248
18.327 
5:33
5 – Travis Sauter
18.044
18.027 
5:32
91 – Ty Majeski
18.237
18.836 (shut it off coming to the line) 
5:32
90 – Erik Long
19.544
19.621 
5:31
89 – Matt Tifft
18.107
18.023 
5:31
87 – Nathan Haseleu
18.028
18.018 
5:31
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
18.015
18.083 
5:30
Sorry…internet went down. Get you caught up. 
5:24
77 – Jonathan Eilen
18.090
18.183 
5:23
76 – Jason Weinkauf
18.077
18.089 
5:22
75 – Chris Weinkauf
18.011
18.042 
5:21
71 – Matt Pyburn
18.458
18.372 
5:20
58 – Cardell Potter
18.215
18.073 
5:19
52 – Chris Wimmer
18.063
17.990 
5:18
39 – Andrew Morrissey
18.225
18.281 
5:17
34 – Brandon Hill
18.494
18.510 
5:16
29 – Chad Selk
18.538
18.680 
5:14
25 – Jeff Storm
18.076
18.096 
5:13
23 – Ryan Hinner
18.155
Will be back out for second. Timing light didn’t catch him. 
5:12
22 – Nick Panitzke
18.155
18.115 
5:11
22 – Nick Panitkze 
5:11
We are ready to go qualifying. Nick Panitzke has fired up his car and is out. 
5:05
Haseleu is the only driver to compete in all ASA Midwest Tour events. 
5:05
Did you know…that Nathan Haseleu has competed in every ASA Midwest Tour event since the Tour started in 2007. Tonight will mark his and the Tour’s 65th event. 
5:00
We are a little delayed in the start of qualifying. They are still setting up the timing light. Marshfield Motor Speedway does not have electronic timing/scoring. 
4:53
Less than ten minutes away from qualifying. 
4:29
The track has an outside wall entering turn four, down the frontstretch and halfway turns one and two. There is no wall from turn two down to turn three. There are no deer sightings yet from the woods behind the track. 
4:27
Cars slowly starting to lineup for qualifying.
4:25
Marshfield Motor Speedway is a half-mile semi-banked oval. The sweeping turns provide some of the best two or sometimes three-wide racing. Track Promoter Wayne Brevik was telling us earlier in the week that in last week’s Late Model feature, the battle for third came down to a three-way finish. 
4:23
It is appearing that Nick Panitzke will be the first car out to qualify, they will then follow him in numeric order. 
4:23
Marshfield Motor Speedway officials are currently out sweeping and blowing the track. 
4:21
THIS JUST IN!!! They are setting up the fireworks on the inside of turn two!!!! 
4:18
Qualifying tech is underway and cars are starting to lineup for qualifying. Qualifying is to get underway at 5pm. 
4:17
Comment From Lenny 

Thanks for the coverage speed 51 

4:16
Goede wrecked his car at the Milwaukee Mile event. With a baby on the way, he doesn’t have the quick expenses to get the car fixed. He told me that they do need to replace a stub. 
4:15
Comment From Jake 

Why is Jacob Goede is Mike Butz car? Is his car wrecked? 

4:15
After tonight, the ASA Midwest Tour will be in action on Friday, July 20 at Grundy County Speedway for the Wayne Carter Classic. They will make a their second visit to Madison International Speedway on Sunday, August 5. Norway Speedway on August 11. Elko Speedway on August 18. Their first appearance at Lebanon I-44 Speedway in Lebanon, MO on Saturday, September 1. Iowa Speedway on Friday, September 14. A second visit to Elko Speedway on September 22. And the annual season finale at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway’s Oktoberfest on October 6-7. 
4:04
This is the fifth event on the 2012 ASA Midwest Tour schedule. Andrew Morrissey won the first event at Madison International Speedway. Dan Fredrickson won at State Park Speedway. Brian Campbell won at Berlin Raceway, and Travis Sauter won at the Milwaukee Mile. 
4:02
One thing when you look at the driver’s list…while the list isn’t that big…it is a quality field of drivers for tonight’s 100-lap event. 
3:56
Currently, the local divisions are practicing. We are also walking through the pits to get any of the latest news. 
3:54
Here is the updated driver’s list…
Car # First Name Last Name Hometown
5 Travis Sauter Necedah, WI
6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
8 Jacob Goede (TS) Carver, MN
9 Mark Kraus Stratford, Wi
12 Nick Murgic Rosemount, MN
15 Dean LaPointe Marshfield, WI
22 Nick Panitzke (TS) Lakeville, MN
23 Ryan Hinner Steven’s Pt, WI
25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
29 Chad Selk Chili, WI
34 Brandon Hill Genoa City, WI
39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
71 Matt Pyburn Wisconsin Rapids, WI
75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, Wi
89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
90 Erik Long Brookfield, WI
91 Ty Majeski (R) Seymour, WI 
3:54
There are 23 cars on hand for tonight’s Marshfield 100 at Marshfield Motor Speedway. 
3:46
If you are in Central Wisconsin, Marshfield Motor Speedway is located three miles west of downtown Marshfield on Cty Hwy H. Come on out and join us tonight. 
3:44
Earlier today…we posted a video at 1:41pm of Nathan Haseleu taking a lap around Marshfield Motor Speedway. Check it out!!! 
3:40
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3:39
Just a reminder that Speed 51 will have Trackside Now coverage on Sunday from the Slinger Nationals and Tuesday & Wednesday from the World Crown 300. 
3:26
The practice session will now start for the support divisions. Qualifying tech will open at 3:45pm. Qualifying starts at 5pm. 
3:25
Here are some more lap times from Gregg Paul’s faithful stopwatch.
Jonathan Eilen 18.51
Dean LaPointe 18.86
Matt Tifft 18.51
Chris Wimmer 18.30
Skylar Holzhausen 18.58
Austin Luedtke 18.44
Travis Sauter 18.23
Chris Weinkauf 18.44
Jason Weinkauf 18.79
Brandon Hill 19.13
Matt Pyburn 19.41 
3:23
Sorry again for the delay…having internet connection issues.
The final practice has just ended. 
3:09
Here are some more unofficial times from Gregg Paul.

Travis Sauter 18.51
Ryan Hinner 18.86
Mark Kraus 18.65
Andrew Morrissey 18.79 

3:07
Just added to the list…71 Matt Pyburn Wisconsin Rapids, WI 
3:05
Jason Weinkauf 18.72
Ty Majeski 18.85
Nick Panitzke 18.71
Nathan Haseleu 18.79
Matt Tifft 18.86
Jacob Goede 18.78
Chris Weinkauf 18.51
Nick Murgic 18.65
3:03
By handheld watch…so far 
3:01
Sorry for the delay…lost the internet connection. There is really no cell service here either. 
2:45
Second practice is underway 
2:44
Driver’s List for the ASA Midwest Tour Marshfield 100

5 Travis Sauter Necedah, WI
6 Austin Luedtke (R) Beechwood, WI
8 Jacob Goede (TS) Carver, MN
9 Mark Kraus Stratford, Wi
12 Nick Murgic Rosemount, MN
15 Dean LaPointe Marshfield, WI
22 Nick Panitzke (TS) Lakeville, MN
23 Ryan Hinner Steven’s Pt, WI
25 Jeff Storm (TS) Waterford, WI
29 Chad Selk Chili, WI
34 Brandon Hill Genoa City, WI
39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) DeForest, WI
52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Wausau, WI
58 Cardell Potter (R) Camp Douglas, WI
75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Merrill, WI
76 Jason Weinkauf (R) Merrill, WI
77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Hampton, MN
78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Bangor, WI
87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Marshall, Wi
89 Matt Tifft (R) Hinckley, OH
90 Erik Long Brookfield, WI
91 Ty Majeski (R) Seymour, WI 

2:43
There are only 22 cars here for tonight’s Marshfield 100. 
2:30
Track Promoter Wayne Brevik said this turtle that lives in the pond inside turn one is over 40 years old. Last week, the turtle caused a caution as it decided to walk across the track during the late model feature.
2:26
Drivers meeting is taking place.
2:25
ASAMT Photographer took this awesome photo of Chris Weinkauf at the Milwaukee Mile.
2:22
The first session has ended. Drivers are assembling for the drivers meeting. 
2:14
The final group is going out. If you are just joining us, we are unable to provide practice times for today. The track does not have electronic timing/scoring. 
2:13
Grandstand ticket window is now open!!! 
2:11
Marshfield has a full racing program scheduled for tonight. Including fireworks! If you are in the area, we encourage you to come to the track and watch the action for yourself. 
2:10
As soon as this practice session is completed, the ASA Midwest Tour will be having a drivers meeting. Right after the driver’s meeting, they will have their final practice session. 
2:08
At 1:41pm…I posted a video of Nathan Haseleu taking a lap around Marshfield. 
2:00
We have about 15 minutes left in the first practice session. 
1:53
We are about halfway through the first practice session. Again, due to the track not having electronic timing/scoring, we are unable to provide practice times. 
1:50
ASAMT Rookie of the Year contender Matt Tifft won two feature events at Marshfield last year.
1:47
The movie file that was uploaded is Nathan Haseleu taking a lap around Marshfield Motor Speedway 
1:45
Jacob Goede driving Mike Butz’s Ford Fusion today.
1:43
Current ASAMT points leader Jonathan Eilen
1:41
Howie Lettow Memorial winner Travis Sauter is here. Looking for two wins in a row.
1:41
movie.mov

1:36
Jacob Goede is driving Mike Butz’s #8 Ford Fusion for this event. 
1:35
One interesting note…one of the support divisions running tonight…motorcycles. 
1:35
Cars are on track for the first ASA Midwest Tour practice session. This will be a 45-minute session. 
1:30
We are waiting for ASA Midwest Tour officials to provide us with an updated drivers list for today. 
1:30
Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage is presented by Lefthander Chassis and Performance Parts Supply of Roscoe, Illinois. The Lensing family have been building race-winning racecars for decades and have amassed countless race wins and championships from coast-to-coast. Lefthander chassis have won some of the most prestigious races in the country and their drivers are among the most loyal in all of short track racing. Find out why Lefthander is a leader in short track chassis technology by visiting www.lefthanderchassis.com.

Performance Parts Supply, a division of Lefthander, is a one-stop-shop for everything for your race car, truck or motorcycle. From Lefthander chassis to just about every bolt-on part you can think of and more, PPS has it in stock and ready to ship nationwide. Performance Parts Supply and Lefthander Chassis offers free shipping on orders of $200 or more. Some conditions apply, see site for details. For more information on Performance Parts Supply, visit www.performancepartssupply.com.

1:30
Just a reminder…Marshfield Motor Speedway doesn’t have electronic timing/scoring so we are unable to provide practice times. 
1:25
Spotters are starting to head up for the first practice session. 
1:14
We are waiting for an updated driver’s list from ASA Midwest Tour officials. 
1:04
The first practice session is scheduled for 1:30pm. 
12:58
Just an FYI…Marshfield does not have an electronic timing/scoring system. We will be unable to provide practice times for today. 
12:57
Marshfield Motor Speedway is a half-mile ASA Member Track. The turns are semi-banked and provides great two to even three-wide racing. 
12:55
Ty Majeski and his team pushes his car to tech.
12:54
12:53
Pre-tech is going on now for the ASA Midwest Tour in preparation’s for tonight’s Marshfield 100. 
12:51
Good afternoon from Marshfield Motor Speedway, located 3 miles west of Marshfield, WI in Central Wisconsin.
12:47
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Trackside Now: ASA Midwest Tour – Marshfield Motor Speedway (WI) – 6/30/12