8:20

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8:20

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8:19

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8:19

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8:19

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8:19

The ARCA CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS will be in action on Friday night at Auto City Speedway in Clio, Michigan.

 

8:18

The ARCA Midwest Tour will be back in action this Friday at Norway Speedway in Norway, MI for the Doc 360 100.

 

8:17

Port City Racecars presents Speed51.com’s Trackside Now coverage of the Border Wars 2 between the ARCA Midwest Tour and the ARCA CRA Super Series powered by JEGS. Port City Racecars is located in Muskegon, MI. They build offset template, offset outlaw, Port City Elite, Perimeter and Perimeter ACT chassis. Plus they have many parts from participating vendors. For more on Port City Racecars, call 800-215-8074 or visit www.portcityracecars.com.

 

8:17

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8:17

This will close out our coverage of Border Wars 2 150 here at Madison International Speedway. Special thanks to Port City Race Cars for being today’s presenting sponsor.

 

8:16

Margin of victory was 1.799 seconds.

 

8:15

Comment From Jim Swan 

What a ride! Congrats James Swan and thanks again Speed51 for all you do!

 

8:15

Comment From chris schaefferoii”hauser 

congrats travis ..thanks speed 51 from schaeffer oil and chris hauser

 

8:15

Comment From Guest 

Thank you for the coverage!

 

8:15

Comment From Loran Leech 

Incredible feat by Travis Sauter and team! Thank you for the great coverage Speed 51 and all the sponsors that make this and all racing possible!

 

8:14

ARCA Midwest Tour/ARCA CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS
Border Wars 2 150
Unofficial Results

1. 5 Travis Sauter
2. 78 Skylar Holzhausen
3. 36 Dan Fredrickson
4. 87 Nathan Haseleu
5. 52 Chris Wimmer
6. 58 Cardell Potter
7. 64 Griffin McGrath
8. 25 Ross Kenseth (-1)
9. 75 Chris Weinkauf
10. 5 Jeremy Miller
11. 97 James Swan
12. 63 Gary LaMonte
13. 28 Bobby Wilberg
14. 6 Austin Luedtke (-2)
15. 76 Jason Weinkauf
16. 77 Jonathan Eilen
17. 26 Rick Turner (-3)
18. 45 Brad Dahmer (-4)
19. 8 Jacob Goede (-7)
20. 25 Jeff Storm (-26)
21. 42 Dennis Prunty (-33)
22. 71 Blake Brown (-61)
23. 17 Josh Vadnais (-73)
24. 45 Rich Bickle Jr. (-75)
25. 51 Brandon Oakley (-76)
26. 01 Ed Szelagowski Jr. (-77)
27. 43 Matt Kocourek (-82)
28. 28 Ali Kern (-85)
29. 2 Kenny Tweedy (-100)
30. 4 Thor Anderson (-115)
31. 39 Andrew Morrissey (-118)

 

8:05

We are heading up to give you a full field rundown

 

8:05

Sauter and team celebrating ten in a row. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:03

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:02

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:01

Fredrickson said that Cedar View Electric in Lakeville donated $500 to the Boston marathon fund.

 

7:57

Comment From Jeff

Great race on a nice day.

 

7:57

Comment From Guest

Great coverage all week end speed 51.Thank you.

 

7:57

Comment From JKSauter

congrats travis and team!!

 

7:57

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:54

Fredrickson family congratulates dad. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:53

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:52

Comment From JKSauter

fabulous coverage

 

7:52

Comment From Jacob Linkiewicz

Atta boy Travis! I knew you had this.

 

7:52

Comment From Lenny

Congrats to Sauter on the win,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

 

7:52

Comment From Tom B

Congrats Travis. See you at DRP

 

7:52

Holzhausen is second with Fredrickson in third

 

7:51

It’s ten in a row for Sauter at Madison.

 

7:51

White flag is out

 

7:51

Fredrickson goes to third.

 

7:50

Sauter has a big lead over Holzhausen

 

7:50

Two laps to go.

 

7:49

Five to go for Sauter

 

7:49

Seven laps to go

 

7:48

10 to go for Sauter to make it 10 in a row.

 

7:48

Lap 139: Kenseth moves over and lets Sauter go by.

 

7:47

Lap 138: Eilen goes a lap down.

 

7:47

Lap 135: Sauter, Holzhausen, Wimmer, Fredrickson, Haseleu, Potter, Goede, McGrath, Luedtke, Eilen, Kenseth.

 

7:46

Lap 133: Ross Kenseth is the last car on the lead lap. He is going into turn three while Sauter is exiting turn two.

 

7:45

When the race is over, we will head down for victory lane photos and will post the unofficial results.

 

7:45

Lap 130: 20 laps to go for Travis Sauter.

 

7:44

Lap 128: Sauter, Holzhausen, Wimmer, Fredrickson, Haseleu

 

7:43

Lap 123: Sauter about to put Chris Weinkauf and Wilberg a lap down.

 

7:42

Lap 122: Holzhausen gets on the inside of Wimmer off of turn two in lap traffic. Holzhausen moves to second.

 

7:42

Lap 120: Sauter is having a tough time in lap traffic. Wimmer catches up to him. But Sauter gets some space and pulls away.

 

7:41

Lap 118: Jason Weinkauf and Eilen touch on the frontstretch and keep going, right in front of Sauter.

 

7:41

Lap 115: Sauter has checked out from Wimmer. He has about a half straightaway lead which is good because he is coming up on heavy lap traffic.

 

7:40

Lap 112: Sauter, Wimmer, Holzhausen, Fredrickson, Haseleu, Potter, Goede, Kenseth, Miller, McGrath, Eilen, Wilberg, Jason Weinkauf, Chris Weinkauf, Swan, LaMonte, Luedtke

 

7:39

Lap 109: Just came close to an accident within a battle for ninth. Miller, Eilen, McGrath in a battle. McGrath gets loose and continues. McGrath gets by Eilen.

 

7:38

Lap 107: Goede on the inside of Kenseth for seventh. Completes the pass off of turn four.

 

7:37

Lap 105: Best battle on the track is for seventh between Goede and Kenseth. Goede gets a run off of two to battle for the position.

 

7:37

Lap 104: Goede is all over Kenseth for seventh.

 

7:36

Lap 102: Miller and Wilberg were battling for tenth, Miller got loose out of four, saved it and kept going.

 

7:36

Lap 100: Sauter, Wimmer, Holzhausen, Fredrickson, Haseleu, Potter, Kenseth, Goede, Eilen, Miller, Wilberg

 

7:35

Lap 98: Sauter stretches out to a six car length lead over Wimmer. Holzhausen may challenge Wimmer for second.

 

7:35

Comment From racer 57 

Go fredrickson!

 

7:34

Lap 95: Sauter, Wimmer, Holzhausen, Fredrickson, Haseleu, Potter, Kenseth, Goede, Eilen, Miller, Wilberg, Jason Weinkauf, Storm, Chris Weinkauf, Swan

 

7:34

Lap 94: Potter completes the pass on Kenseth for sixth. Goede is up to eighth.

 

7:33

Lap 93: Sauter leads by two car lengths over Holzhausen.

 

7:33

Lap 91: Sauter, Wimmer, Holzhausen, Fredrickson, Haseleu, Potter and Kenseth battle for sixth.

 

7:32

GREEN Lap 90: Sauter gets a better run on Wimmer and gets the lead.

 

7:32

Cone is out to choose a lane for the restart. Wimmer on the inside with Sauter on the outside. No lucky dog because five laps haven’t been completed since the last caution.

 

7:31

Looking at the top two cars, not seeing much damage on either cars.

 

7:30

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7:30

On the last restart, Wimmer got up to Sauter coming out of turn two. Sauter wiggled a little but not enough where neither lost momentum. Had a battle going for the lead until McGrath spun to bring out the caution.

 

7:29

CAUTION Lap 90: McGrath goes for a spin off of turn four.

 

7:28

GREEN Lap 90: Wimmer gets into Sauter coming out of turn two. McGrath spins on the frontstretch.

 

7:28

About to go green.

 

7:27

Bickle and Oakley haven’t returned.

 

7:27

Field is doubling up. This time Sauter chooses the outside while Wimmer goes to the inside.

 

7:26

Comment From kjsauter 

Thata boy Travis!!!!!!!

 

7:26

Brown not happy with Prunty as he exits his car. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:24

CAUTION Lap 90: Prunty and Brown get together going into turn one. Brown tags the wall. Brown is out of this car. Prunty rolls away.

 

7:23

Lap 89: Fredrickson is moving to the front, he gets past Kenseth for fourth.

 

7:23

Lap 87: Sauter gets a car length on Wimmer. Still about 15 car lengths back to Holzhausen in third.

 

7:22

Lap 85: Sauter finishes the move in three and four. Sauter goes to the top of the leaderboard.

 

7:22

Lap 83: Sauter looks to the inside of Wimmer out of four. We have a battle for the lead.

 

7:22

Lap 82: Wimmer and Sauter has checked out from the field. Holzhausen goes by Kenseth for third.

 

7:21

Lap 80: Wimmer, Sauter, Kenseth, Holzhausen, Fredrickson, Haseleu, McGrath, Eilen, Potter, Chris Weinkauf, Miller, Goede, Wilberg, Swan, Jason Weinkauf, Brown, Storm

 

7:20

Lap 78: Vadnais pulls into the pits.

 

7:20

LAP 76: Wimmer gets a run on the outside and takes the lead over Sauter. Kenseth to third and Fredrickson going to fourth over Holzhausen.

 

7:19

GREEN is back out and the lights are on at MIS

 

7:18

Swan also has a two-barrel carb.

 

7:18

Field is doubling up. Wimmer goes to the outside with Sauter on the inside.

 

7:15

Storm will get the lucky dog at the break.

 

7:14

Ali Kern pulled off early, brake issue for her. Tweedy is out, handling.

 

7:13

Engines have fired and that moisture thing I mentioned…nevermind.

 

7:12

Thank you!

 

7:12

Comment From Tim 

Potter is also

 

7:12

Oakley is being pushed to the pits.

 

7:12

Crews are leaving their cars and we will be going back to green shortly.

 

7:11

Holzhausen, Jason Weinkauf, Luedtke, Chris Weinkauf is who we know off the top of our heads.

 

7:11

Comment From Michael 

Who’s running 2 barrels?

 

7:10

Rich Bickle Jr. has driven to the pits.

 

7:10

Three minutes to go in the break.

 

7:09

I really really hate to say this, but we are seeing a little sprinkle.

 

7:08

Skylar Holzhausen is the only driver up front running a 2-bbl carb.

 

7:07

Comment From B-Ash 

Great to see Cardell having a strong run. They were working on that car until midnight last night in the pits after a top 5 run at Marshfield Motor Speedway.

 

7:07

Border Wars 2 150
Halfway

1. Chris Wimmer
2. Travis Sauter
3. Skylar Holzhausen
4. Ross Kenseth
5. Nathan Haseleu
6. Dan Fredrickson
7. Griffin McGrath
8. Chris Weinkauf
9. Jonathan Eilen
10. Cardell Potter
11. Jeremy Miller
12. Jacob Goede
13. Jason Weinkauf
14. Austin Luedtke
15. James Swan
16. Bobby Wilberg
17. Josh Vadnais
18. Dennis Prunty
19. Blake Brown
20. Rich Bickle Jr.
21. Jeff Storm (-1)
22. Brandon Oakley
23. Gary LaMonte
24. Rick Turner
25. Brad Dahmer
26. Ed Szelagowski Jr. (-2)
27. Matt Kocourek (-7)
28. Ali Kern (-10)
29. Kenny Tweedy (-25)
30. Thor Anderson (-40)
31. Andrew Morrissey (Out)

 

7:03

ARCA Midwest Tour officials has printed a rundown for us. Give us a minute or two. Thanks!

 

7:02

The running of the crew! (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:02

Crews run to their cars. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

6:59

This is a four tire race, they cannot change tires.

 

6:59

CAUTION LAP 75: We have reached the halfway break. They will get the field organized first before the crew runs out from the turn two pit entrance.

 

6:58

Lap 75: Wimmer has a three car lead.

 

6:58

Lap 74: Couple of laps to the break.

 

6:57

Lap 72: Wimmer, Sauter, Holzhausen, Kenseth, Haseleu, Fredrickson, McGrath, Chris Weinkauf, Eilen, Miller, Potter, Goede.

 

6:57

Less than five to the break.

 

6:56

Lap 70: Fredrickson goes to sixth. McGrath follows and goes to seventh. Weinkauf back to eighth.

 

6:56

Lap 69: Fredrickson goes to the inside of Chris Weinkauf for sixth.

 

6:55

Lap 68: Wimmer, Sauter, Holzhausen, Kenseth, Haseleu, Chris Weinkauf and here comes Dan Fredrickson.

 

6:55

GREEN Lap 67: Wimmer gets a run on the outside and holds on to the lead.

 

6:54

Tom White didn’t like the restart, will try again.

 

6:53

Sauter on the inside, Wimmer on the outside for the restart.

 

6:52

Field is doubled up, will get back to green shortly.

 

6:52

Comment From Nancy 

You’re doing a great job! Thank you.

 

6:52

Comment From B.J 

Come on Potter! Drop the hammer.

 

6:52

Showing 84 to go in the event. 66 complete. Nine laps away from the break. They will complete lap 75 then there will be a ten minute break.

 

6:51

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6:50

Comment From Ebert 

Love the coverage just getting back from the Glen

 

6:50

Please remember, the rundown is unofficial as we don’t have access to the live timing/scoring.

 

6:49

67 complete

Wimmer
Sauter
Kenseth
Holzhausen
Haseleu
Eilen
Chris Weinkauf
McGrath
Fredrickson
Potter
Wilberg
Goede
Luedtke
Miller
Kocourek
Jason Weinkauf
Swan
Vadnais
Brown (Lucky Dog)

Lap(s) down
Storm
LaMonte
Oakley
Turner
Kern
Szelagowski
Prunty
Dahmer

 

6:47

Bickle and Vadnais were battling for position in front of Wimmer and Prunty split them. Bickle was not happy with Prunty. Bickle to the pits.

 

6:46

CAUTION LAP 67: Bickle is trying to stay on the lead lap and tries to go three wide on Dennis Prunty. They touched off of four. Bickle spins.

 

6:46

Lap 65: Bickle and Vadnais are battling for position in front of Wimmer.

 

6:45

Lap 64: Tom White, the flagman, is really putting the move over flag to work.

 

6:44

Lap 63: Wimmer is showing he has a strong car as he pulls away from Sauter.

 

6:44

Lap 61: Sauter is now within three car lengths of Wimmer and Wimmer puts Brown a lap down.

 

6:44

Lap 59: Wimmer has come upon two lap cars of Brown and Szelagowski who are side by side. This slows his progress and allows Sauter to reel him in.

 

6:43

Lap 56: Wimmer in heavy lap traffic. Kern goes a lap down. Bickle is the next car to go a lap down. Sauter is not catching up to him.

 

6:42

Lap 55: Holzhausen easily goes by Haseleu for third going into turn one.

 

6:41

Lap 52: Tweedy pulls into the infield, may be done.

 

6:41

Lap 51: Wimmer, Sauter, Kenseth, Haseleu, Holzhausen, Wilberg, Chris Weinkauf, Eilen, McGrath, Potter

 

6:40

Lap 50: Tweedy is slow on the inside line.

 

6:40

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6:40

Lap 38: Wimmer puts Turner and Tweedy a lap down. Sauter is reeling him in.

 

6:39

Lap 45: Wimmer is still holding on to a big lead over Sauter. But Wimmer is coming up on heavy lap traffic.

 

6:39

Lap 43: Something does look right on Prunty, not sure if he has a tire going down. He is falling back more. He is about to fall back to tenth as McGrath gets around him.

 

6:38

Comment From Tim 

Go Cardell Potter

 

6:38

Lap 40: Wimmer, Sauter, Kenseth, Haseleu, Wilberg, Prunty, Holzhausen, Chris Weinkauf, Eilen, Miller, McGrath, Potter, Goede, Luedtke

 

6:37

Lap 39: Prunty is trying to hold on to sixth but is being pressured by Chris Weinkauf.

 

6:37

Lap 38: Wimmer puts Szelagowski a lap down.

 

6:36

Lap 36: Wilberg goes by Prunty for fifth.

 

6:36

Lap 35: About 10 car lengths separate Wimmer and Sauter. Kenseth is in third with Haseleu in fourth. Prunty is going backwards.

 

6:35

Lap 32: Morrissey is off the pace and pulls into the pits.

 

6:35

Lap 31: Sauter goes to the outside of Morrissey out of turn two. Morrissey to second.

 

6:34

Lap 30: Wimmer has an eight car length lead over Morrissey. Sauter is on Morrissey’s bumper.

 

6:34

Lap 27: Sauter gets a run on Prunty off of turn four, Sauter to third.

 

6:33

Lap 25: Wimmer, Morrissey, Prunty, Sauter, Kenseth, Haseleu, Wilberg, Chris Weinkauf, Holzhausen, Eilen, Miller, McGrath, Potter, Goede, Brown, Luedtke

 

6:32

Lap 24: Sauter goes to the inside of Kenseth coming off of turn four. Sauter comes off of turn four in fourth.

 

6:32

Lap 23: Top 13 are in single file.

 

6:32

Lap 22: Wimmer has about three car lengths on Morrissey.

 

6:31

Lap 20: Battle for third between Prunty, Kenseth and Sauter. Outside line is working for Prunty, he gets the spot. Kenseth is fourth.

 

6:31

Lap 19: Wimmer, Morrissey, Prunty, Kenseth, Sauter, Haseleu, Wilberg, Chris Weinkauf, Holzhausen.

 

6:30

GREEN Lap 18: Prunty gets sideways coming out of two. Wimmer jumps and will take the lead.

 

6:30

One to go

 

6:30

Fredrickson comes back out after having adjustments made.

 

6:29

Field is choosing their lane for the restart. Prunty on the inside and Wimmer on the outside is your front row.

 

6:29

Comment From Tuckers Mom 

GO # 52

 

6:29

Comment From matt 

Let’s go Andrew Morrissey #39

 

6:28

17 complete

Prunty
Wimmer
Kenseth
Morrissey
Sauter
Wilberg
Haseleu
Eilen
Chris Weinkauf
McGrath
Miller
Holzhausen
LaMonte
Goede
Potter
Brown
Luedtke
Kocourek
Swan
Jason Weinkauf
Anderson
Kern
Oakley
Vadnais
Bickle
Tweedy
Dahmer
Turner
Szelagowski
Storm
Fredrickson (went to the pits)

 

6:26

Great job of driving and spotting by the rest of the field, that had the potential of being a mess but everyone got through.

 

6:25

CAUTION LAP 17: Storm goes around in turn three. He was trying to get the inside line on Eilen, had nowhere to go and spins.

 

6:25

Lap 16: Battle for sixth as Wilberg goes by Eilen. Haseleu follows.

 

6:24

Lap 15: Prunty, Wimmer, Kenseth, Morrissey, Sauter

 

6:24

GREEN Lap 14: Prunty gets a great jump on Kenseth. He leads. Wimmer follows and goes to second.

 

6:23

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6:23

14 complete…

Prunty
Kenseth
Sauter
Wilberg
Haseleu
Wimmer
Morrissey
Eilen
Storm
Miller
McGrath
Chris Weinkauf
Holzhausen
LaMonte
Goede
Brown
Potter
Luedtke
Jason Weinkauf
Swan
Kocourek
Kern
Anderson
Tweedy
Oakley
Dahmer
Turner
Vadnais
Bickle
Szelagowski
Fredrickson

 

6:22

Comment From Nancy 

Go #52

 

6:21

CAUTION LAP 14: Fredrickson gets loose off of turn two, and spins off the corner. He re-fires and will go to the rear.

 

6:21

Lap 13: Sauter is making his move to the front early. Goes to inside of Wilberg going into three. Sauter to third.

 

6:20

Lap 11: Prunty is out to a ten car length lead over Kenseth.

 

6:20

Lap 10: Prunty, Kenseth, Wilberg, Sauter, Haseleu, Wimmer, Storm, Morrissey, Fredrickson, Eilen, McGreath, Miller.

 

6:19

Lap 8: Wimmer and Morrissey touch a little down the backstretch, but Wimmer goes to seventh.

 

6:19

Lap 7: Haseleu gets loose off of two. Wilberg and Sauter go by him. Haseleu back to fifth.

 

6:18

Lap 6: Prunty goes to the outside of Kenseth in turn three. Power move on the outside. Prunty takes the lead.

 

6:18

Lap 4: Kenseth, Prunty, Haseleu, Wilberg, Storm, Sauter, Wimmer, Morrissey, McGrath, Fredrickson.

 

6:17

Lap 2: Kenseth gets a little edge out four then another out of two. Kenseth to the lead.

 

6:17

Lap 1: Prunty skates a little into Kenseth in turn two. They are side by side for the lead.

 

6:16

GREEN FLAG: We are underway.

 

6:16

Comment From Matt Prieur 

Going to be a good show. Good Luck to the entire field. May the best car win.

 

6:16

Field has slowed down and are in their starting spots. One to go at at the line.

 

6:15

Comment From Nik 

Good luck #36!

 

6:15

Field will get a few laps to warm up the Hoosier tires.

 

6:14

Field is rolling. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

6:13

Comment From Tweedy Fan 

Let’s go CRA Teams. Show em why it’s the best series in country.

 

6:13

Comment From Erik Pierce 

it would be cool to see a Lake Geneva Raceway to give Stormy,Lamonte, Swan,Kocourek, Bickle and throw in Miller also.

 

6:13

Comment From Loran Leech 

9 in a row is special,but how special would 10 in a row be?! That would be very cool to see! Good luck to everyone!

 

6:12

Comment From Jim Thorndike 

Go James Swan.

 

6:12

Comment From dave 5 

go j storm!!!

 

6:12

Remember, they will complete 75 laps then take a 10-minute break.

 

6:12

The command has been given and engines have been fired.

 

6:11

Comment From LYNNE76 

Good Luck to ALI KERN and the Lorz Motorsports crew tonight…..

 

6:11

Comment From carmen 

Good luck dad(matt kocourek #43)! Hope you have a good race, be safe!

 

6:11

Comment From Guest 

Go Jeremy miller! You and your crew deserve it!

 

6:11

Comment From Denise 

Go get ’em Blake 🙂

 

6:11

Travis Sauter is looking for his tenth straight feature win at MIS. Unofficially, Joe Shear won seven in a row back in 1982. The person writing this was at the track when Shear won #7.

 

6:10

Drivers have been introduced and the front row is strapping in.

 

6:09

Comment From Jay 

Go 75 & 76!!!

 

6:08

Comment From ROY AND LORRIE KENSETH 

GOOD LUCK ROSSMAN.

 

6:07

Comment From MiKerr 

C’mon Stormy!

 

6:07

Comment From Guest 

good luck Oakley #51

 

6:07

Comment From Guest 

GO GET EM CHRIS!

 

6:07

Comment From Guest 

Go # 87H

 

6:07

Comment From Stiffler 

Good luck to Brandon Oakley and the 51 team.

 

6:07

Comment From Guest 

Go 25 and 87

 

6:03

Comment From Guest 

go wimmer and storm!!

 

6:03

Comment From Jim Thorndike 

Good luck to all the drivers. Clean and green.

 

6:03

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6:03

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6:00

Drivers are being introduced to the fans.

 

6:00

Prunty and Kenseth will be your front row. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:55

Comment From Guest 

go 87H

 

5:55

Comment From Krystle&Kelby 

Good Luck Jonathan Eilen!!!!

 

5:53

Drivers gather for a team photo. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:51

Comment From Lester Buildings 

Good luck to all. Thank you Speed51 for the coverage.

 

5:51

Comment From 34 hill racing cape canaveral fl. 

thanx dilner/speed 51 crew/ port city racecars for the coverage nice to have live race action from mis down here in florida. nice to see stormy runnin good after his crash at mis. great to see everyone having the chance to run the main. need to see 58 c. potter get up on the wheel in the main. he has been running much better with brandon hill helping him out in the garage. lets see if travis can make it 10 in a row. agian thanx for the coverage….

 

5:48

ARCA Midwest Tour/ARCA CRA Super Series
Border Wars 2 150
Starting Lineup

1. 42 Dennis Prunty
2. 25K Ross Kenseth
3. 87H Nathan Haseleu
4. 25S Jeff Storm
5. 5s Travis Sauter
6. 28 Bobby Wilberg
7. 39 Andrew Morrisey
8. 52W Chris Wimmer
9. 78H Skylar Holzhausen
10. 64M Griffin McGrath
11. 36F Dan Fredrickson
12. 77E Jonathan Eilen
13. 5M Jeremy Miller
14. 75W Chris Weinkauf
15. 63 Gary LaMonte
16. 58P Cardell Potter
17. 8 Jacob Goede
18. 43 Matt Kocourek
19. 71 Blake Brown
20. 76 Jason Weinkauf
21. 6 Austin Luedtke
22. 97 James Swan
23. 28 Ali Kern
24. 2 Kenny Tweedy
25. 4 Thor Anderson
26. 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
27. 51 Brandon Oakley
28. 45 Brad Dahmer
29. 26 Rick Turner
30. 17 Josh Vadnais
31. 75 Joel Theisen
32.21 Bret Miles Jr.
33. 01 Ed Szelagowski Jr.

 

5:45

Cory Talaska with the win. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:42

Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Travis from Amherst

 

5:42

Comment From Farm 

Go kenseth

 

5:42

Cory Talaska will make it a clean sweep in the Legends by winning the 20-lap Legends feature. Earlier today, he set a new track record.

 

5:41

Comment From Brian 

Go Jeff Storm!!!!

 

5:41

Comment From Guest 

Good luck Ross Kenseth from the U.P.

 

5:39

Comment From guest 

Good Luck Miller and Crew

 

5:39

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5:38

Comment From Lenny 

Good luck to Oakley and Turner from Beautiful Kentucky

 

5:38

Comment From wrenchman78 

Good Luck Mr. December!!!!!!

 

5:37

Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Ross. From Cambridge, WI

 

5:37

Comment From Cammy 

Good Luck # 52 Chris Wimmer

 

5:36

Comment From Guest 

Hoping the streak is ended , like travis but madison needs a new winner

 

5:36

Comment From Shelly 

Good luck to Wimmer Racing!

 

5:33

Comment From Sauters 

Good Luck Travis Sauter from Tomah!

 

5:32

Comment From CRA Fan 

Go Tweedy, Turner, Kern and Oakley. Kenseth too. He knew the correct side to be on.

 

5:31

The Legends are out for their 20-lap feature. Then the field will be out for the Border Wars 2 150.

 

5:31

Comment From Kevin 

good luck Chris and Jason Weinkauf

 

5:29

Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida will host their Night of Champions on Saturday, September 28. The highlight of the night will be the Allen Turner Hyundai Pro Late Model Tune Up 100. Plus the Modifieds, Pro Trucks, Sportsmen, and Bombers will be in action. It could be a great preview of the Snowflake 100 annual event during the Snowball Derby weekend. www.5flagsspeedway.com.

 

5:29

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5:28

Comment From Jay 

Good Luck Rich Bickle

 

5:28

Comment From Noble 

Watch for Bickle comin from the back

 

5:28

Comment From Mike Sauber 

Rootin’ for Ali – Let’s do this!

 

5:27

Jerry Wood talks to Chester Ace in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:26

Jerry Wood said in the post race interview that he felt that he got pinched by Ace on the re-start, which caused him to fall back on the last restart.

 

5:23

Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Ace on the win

 

5:23

Midwest Truck Tour
Feature
Unofficial Results
1. Chester Ace
2. John Wood
3. Jerry Wood
4. Andy Jones
5. Camden Murphy
6. Justin Oertel
7. Natalie Decker
8. Joshua James
9. Jacob Van Wazer
10. Mike Corvo
11. Ryan Finley

 

5:21

Comment From chris kern 

GO ALI PARTY AT KERNS

 

5:21

CHECKERED: Chester Ace gets the win with John Wood in second and Jerry Wood in third. Andy Jones was fourth and Camden Murphy was fifth.

 

5:20

WHITE: Ace leads with John Wood in second.

 

5:20

GREEN: Ace gets a good jump. Almost looks like Jerry Wood spun his tires.

 

5:19

Two lap shootout for the trucks.

 

5:18

Comment From Lenny 

Go Natalie Decker and Ryan Finley

 

5:18

Comment From RevLee 

Rootin’ for Ali Kern and Lorz Motorsports. Good Luck.

 

5:17

CAUTION LAP 28: Mike Corvo spins by himself in turn four.

 

5:16

Lap 27: John Wood is in third.

 

5:16

Lap 26: Fans are seeing a great battle for the lead in this one.

 

5:16

Lap 25: Jerry Wood and Chester Ace are still side by side for the lead.

 

5:15

Lap 24: Wood has a good run off of turn four. Battle for the lead.

 

5:15

Lap 22: Wood goes to the inside of Ace, but Ace gets a run on the outside lane out of two and holds on to the top spot.

 

5:14

Lap 20: Jerry Wood is on Ace’s tailgate looking for the lead.

 

5:14

Lap 18: Chester Ace is in the lead as he made a pass on Joshua James a few laps ago. Jerry Wood is second.

 

5:10

Lap 8: Chester Ace tried to go for the lead but tapped the wall off of turn four. Saves and holds on to second.

 

5:09

Lap 4: John Wood gets loose in two. Falls back to third. Joshua James goes to the lead with Chester Ace in second.

 

5:08

GREEN FLAG: John Wood goes to the lead.

 

5:08

Midwest Truck Tour Feature
30 Laps

1. Natalie Decker
2. John Wood
3. Jerry Wood
4. Joshua James
5. Camden Murpy
6. Chester Ace
7. Jacob Van Wazer
8. Mike Corvo
9. Alex Jones
10. Ryan Finley
11. Justin Oertel

 

5:04

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5:04

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5:02

We just got a confirmation that Miles will not make the show.

 

5:02

Comment From guess 

is brett miles done for the day

 

5:01

ARCA Midwest Tour/ARCA CRA Super Series
Border Wars 2 150
Starting Lineup

1. 42 Dennis Prunty
2. 25K Ross Kenseth
3. 87H Nathan Haseleu
4. 25S Jeff Storm
5. 5s Travis Sauter
6. 28 Bobby Wilberg
7. 39 Andrew Morrisey
8. 52W Chris Wimmer
9. 78H Skylar Holzhausen
10. 64M Griffin McGrath
11. 36F Dan Fredrickson
12. 77E Jonathan Eilen
13. 5M Jeremy Miller
14. 75W Chris Weinkauf
15. 63 Gary LaMonte
16. 58P Cardell Potter
17. 8 Jacob Goede
18. 43 Matt Kocourek
19. 71 Blake Brown
20. 76 Jason Weinkauf
21. 6 Austin Luedtke
22. 97 James Swan
23. 28 Ali Kern
24. 2 Kenny Tweedy
25. 4 Thor Anderson
26. 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
27. 51 Brandon Oakley
28. 45 Brad Dahmer
29. 26 Rick Turner
30. 17 Josh Vadnais
31. 75 Joel Theisen
32.21 Bret Miles Jr.
33. 01 Ed Szelagowski Jr.

 

4:57

The last chance race has been cancelled, all cars will start the Border Wars 2 150.

 

4:57

Fast Dash Results

1. 42 Dennis Prunty
2. 25K Ross Kenseth
3. 87H Nathan Haseleu
4. 25S Jeff Storm
5. 5s Travis Sauter
6. 28 Bobby Wilberg
7. 39 Andrew Morrisey
8. 52W Chris Wimmer
9. 78H Skylar Holzhausen
10. 64M Griffin McGrath
11. 36F Dan Fredrickson
12. 77E Jonathan Eilen
13. 5M Jeremy Miller
14. 75W Chris Weinkauf
15. 63 Gary LaMonte
16. 58P Cardell Potter

 

4:54

Storm and Sauter battle for fourth. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:50

Just waiting for the full results.

 

4:49

CHECKERED: Prunty wins. Kenseth gets second over Haseleu. It almost appeared that Ross didn’t want to start on the outside row and tried to slow and let Haseleu get third, but Kenseth gets second.

 

4:48

WHITE: Prunty has a big lead. Haseleu challenging Kenseth for second.

 

4:48

Lap 10: Prunty has two laps to go.

 

4:48

Lap 9: Prunty still leads. Storm holding off Sauter for fourth for now.

 

4:47

Lap 7. Sauter on the inside of Storm off of turn four and will battle for second.

 

4:47

Lap 6: Prunty has about a three car length lead over Kenseth. Haseleu is third with Storm in fourth. Sauter in fifth.

 

4:46

Lap 5: Prunty goes around Kenseth on the outside going into three and takes the lead and pulls away.

 

4:46

Lap 4: Battle for fifth as Sauter gets by McGrath for the spot.

 

4:46

Lap 3: Kenseth, Prunty, Haseleu, Storm.

 

4:45

Lap 2: Kenseth gets the lead off of two. Prunty second with Haseleu in third.

 

4:45

GREEN FLAG: Kenseth gets a run on the outside but Prunty holds on the inside.

 

4:45

One to go to green…remember where they finish is where they will start in the big race.

 

4:43

Field will get a few laps to warm up the Hoosier tires.

 

4:43

The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.

 

4:43

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4:42

Comment From Brenda Gunter 

I would like to give a BIG thanks to Speed 51 for their awesome coverage today! You guys Rock…..

 

4:42

Up next…the Borders Wars 2 150 Fast Dash…

(12 Laps)
1. 42 Dennis Prunty
2. 25 Ross Kenseth
3. 25 Jeff Storm
4. 87 Nathan Haseleu
5. 5 Travis Sauter
6. 64 Griffin McGrath
7. 78 Skylar Holzhausen
8. 28 Bobby Wilberg
9. 52 Chris Wimmer
10. 39 Andrew Morrissey
11. 36 Dan Fredrickson
12. 5 Jeremy Miller
13. 77 Jonathan Eilen
14. 75 Chris Weinkauf
15. 58 Cardell Potter
16. 63 Gary LaMonte

Top 12 in qualifying were inverted. Where the driver finishes in this race is where they will start for the Border Wars 2 150.

 

4:40

John Wood makes a last lap pass on Jacob Van Wazer to win the second Truck heat. Wood started shotgun on the field.

 

4:36

It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Last year, Erik Jones made a bold outside pass on Kyle Busch to win his first Derby. It will be a who’s who of Late Model stars from all across North America. Make your plans now to be a part of this incredible event. For more information, visit www.snowballderby.com.

 

4:36

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4:35

Joshua James wins the first Midwest Truck Tour heat race.

 

4:34

Border Wars 2 150
Qualifier Race Results

1. Jacob Goede
2. Matt Kocourek
3. Blake Brown
4. Jason Weinkauf
5. Austin Luedtke
6. James Swan
7. Ali Kern
8. Kenny Tweedy
9. Thor Anderson
10. Rich Bickle Jr.
11. Brandon Oakley
12. Brad Dahmer
13. Rick Turner
14. Josh Vadnais
15. Joel Theisen
16. Bret Miles Jr.
17. Ed Szelagowski Jr.

 

4:30

Waiting to get the rest of the results.

 

4:30

Comment From Brenda Gunter 

Way to go SWAN, now bring it home!!!!

 

4:29

Comment From Jacob Linkiewicz 

I want to see some cranberries in victory lane today. Get it done Travis.

 

4:29

Comment From Brenda Gunter 

SWAN PRIDE!!!!!

 

4:29

CHECKERS: Goede, Kocourek, Brown, J. Weinkauf, Luedtke, and Swan go to the show.

 

4:28

WHITE: For Goede.

 

4:28

Lap 13: Goede leads with Kocourek in second.

 

4:28

Lap 12: Tweedy is about five car lengths behind Swan in seventh.

 

4:27

Lap 11: Goede leads with Kocourek in second and Brown in third. Jason Weinkauf is fourth, Luedtke and Swan in the final transfer spot.

 

4:27

GREEN LAP 10: Goede gets a run off of two on Kocourek.

 

4:27

Comment From 76 

go weinkauf

 

4:26

Comment From Guest 

Thanks speed51and Jegs.com

 

4:26

Comment From Brenda Gunter 

Cmom 97 you can do it, cheering you on from Summerville SC

 

4:26

GREEN LAP 10: Starter Tom White didn’t like the jump that Goede got on this restart.

 

4:26

Ready to go back to green.

 

4:25

Comment From kjs 

Sauter Pride!

 

4:25

Comment From LAX Announcer D 

Rooting for…well no one. Just checking in from the La Crosse Speedway with cudo’s to Speed 51! C U all at Fest!

 

4:24

9 laps complete

Goede
Kocourek
Jason Weinkauf
Brown
Swan
Luedtke
Bickle
Tweedy
Oakley
Kern
Anderson
Dahmer
Turner
Vadnais

 

4:23

Comment From Guest 

Carl Swan pulling for James Swan from Seattle. Thanks Speed51 for the coverage.

 

4:23

Comment From wausaupride 

go wimmer!!!!

 

4:22

Miles off on the hook. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:22

Safety officials attend to Joel Theisen’s car. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:20

CAUTION LAP 10: Theisen and Vadnais were battling for fourth, they appear to touch, Theisen goes around. He collects Miles and Szelagowski taps him.

 

4:19

Lap 8: Goede leads with Kocourek in second, Brown battling Jason Weinkauf for third. Theisen holding off Vadnais.

 

4:19

GREEN LAP 7: Goede gets a good jump on Kocourek.

 

4:18

Six laps completed, nine to go in the qualifier race. Top six advance to the 150.

 

4:17

Still under caution. Goede, Kocourek, Brown, Theisen, Jason Weinkauf, Vadnais, Bickle, Swan, Luedtke, Miles, Tweedy, Kern, Szelagowski, Oakley, Dahmer, Turner, Anderson.

 

4:16

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.

 

4:16

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4:16

CAUTION Lap 6: Anderson gets loose out of turn two. Goes for a spin to the infield.

 

4:15

Lap 5: Goede, Kocourek, Brown, Theisen, Anderson. Jason Weinkauf.

 

4:15

Lap 4: Battle for third as Brown goes to the inside of Theisen in turns one and two.

 

4:15

Lap 3: Goede continues to lead with Kocourek in second with Theisen in third.

 

4:14

GREEN FLAG: Goede gets the lead from Kocourek off of turn two.

 

4:14

Qualifier Race (15 Laps)

1. 8 Jacob Goede
2. 43 Matt Kocourek
3. 75 Joel Theisen
4. 71 Blake Brown
5. 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
6. 17 Josh Vadnais
7. 4 Thor Anderson
8. 76 Jason Weinkauf
9. 21 Bret Miles Jr.
10. 97 James Swan
11. 6 Austin Luedtke
12. 45 Brad Dahmer
13. 01 Ed Szelagowski Jr.
14. 51 Brandon Oakley
15. 2 Kenny Tweedy
16. 28 Ali Kern
17. 26 Rick Turner

Top Six advance to the Border Wars 2 150. Rest goes to Last Chance.

 

4:10

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4:10

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4:05

Earlier today, RJ Scott of the ARCA CRA Super Series welcomed the ARCA Midwest Tour competitors to join them at the Winchester 400 and the All-American 400 later this year. RJ said that he has received a favorable response from the Midwest competitors.

 

4:01

Jeremy Miller is dedicating his run to his grandmother, who he lost this past week.

 

3:53

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.

 

3:53

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3:52

Opening ceremonies are about to get underway here at MIS.

 

3:50

Jerry and John Wood meet with fans of all ages. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:50

Fans wait for Travis Sauter’s autograph. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:49

Nathan Haseleu at the front of the line. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:48

Jeremy Miller and Rich Bickle sign autographs. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:47

Comment From bartman 

Good luck chris snd jason

 

3:47

Autograph session (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:44

Comment From Steve 

Thank you Speed51 for your hard work. Remember Josh Vadnais and Nathan Haseleu putting on a great show in CRA 150 lap race at Nashville Fairgrounds in Spring 2007.

 

3:44

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3:44

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3:42

Comment From Chris 

Good Luck to J.Storm hopefully his bad luck at MIS has ended

 

3:41

Comment From Guest 

Good luck to the Wienkaufs from the boss!

 

3:26

ARCA Midwest Tour/ARCA CRA Super Series
Border Wars 2 150
Qualifier Race Lineups

Fast Dash (12 Laps)
1. 42 Dennis Prunty
2. 25 Ross Kenseth
3. 25 Jeff Storm
4. 87 Nathan Haseleu
5. 5 Travis Sauter
6. 64 Griffin McGrath
7. 78 Skylar Holzhausen
8. 28 Bobby Wilberg
9. 52 Chris Wimmer
10. 39 Andrew Morrissey
11. 36 Dan Fredrickson
12. 5 Jeremy Miller
13. 77 Jonathan Eilen
14. 75 Chris Weinkauf
15. 58 Cardell Potter
16. 63 Gary LaMonte

Top 12 in qualifying were inverted. Where the driver finishes in this race is where they will start for the Border Wars 2 150.

Qualifier Race (15 Laps)

1. 8 Jacob Goede
2. 43 Matt Kocourek
3. 75 Joel Theisen
4. 71 Blake Brown
5. 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
6. 17 Josh Vadnais
7. 4 Thor Anderson
8. 76 Jason Weinkauf
9. 21 Bret Miles Jr.
10. 97 James Swan
11. 6 Austin Luedtke
12. 45 Brad Dahmer
13. 01 Ed Szelagowski Jr.
14. 51 Brandon Oakley
15. 2 Kenny Tweedy
16. 28 Ali Kern
17. 26 Rick Turner

Top Six advance to the Border Wars 2 150. Rest goes to Last Chance.

 

3:18

Plan to spend your Labor Day Weekend with a fun weekend of racing at the high banks of Winchester Speedway on September 1-2. On Sunday, September 1, the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will be in action with a 100-lap event. On Labor Day, the ARCA CRA Super Series powered by JEGS will have a 100-lap event along with the Top Speed Modifieds 50, CRA Late Model Sportsman 40 and CRA Street Stocks 40. More information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

 

3:18

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3:17

Midwest Truck Tour
Qualifying Results

1. 2 Justin Oertel 18.775
2. 11 Andy Jones 18.808
3. 3 Chester Ace 18.823
4. 85 Camden Murphy 18.836
5. 30 Joshua James 18.984
6. 73 Jerry Wood 19.068
7. 72 John Wood 19.148
8. 04 Natalie Decker 19.311
9. 26 Mike Corvo 19.506
10. 88 Jacob Van Wazer 19.585
11. 34 Ryan Finley 19.614

 

3:14

The ARCA Midwest Tour and ARCA CRA Super Series have worked on a rules package you could run either of their rules package. Many are on the 4-bbl carbs.

 

3:14

Comment From Guest 

Is this a 4 barrel show or 2 barrel ?

 

2:57

Trucks are out qualifying now. We will post their rundown when completed.

 

2:56

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2:56

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2:54

ARCA Midwest Tour/ARCA CRA Super Series
Border Wars 2 150
Qualifying Results

1 5 Jeremy Miller (TS, R) ARCAMT 17.358
2 36 Dan Fredrickson (TS) ARCAMT 17.410
3 39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) ARCAMT 17.412
4 52 Chris Wimmer (TS) ARCAMT 17.431
5 28 Bobby Wilberg ARCAMT 17.538
6 78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) ARCAMT 17.540
7 64 Griffin McGrath ARCAMT 17.555
8 5 Travis Sauter ARCAMT 17.561
9 87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) ARCAMT 17.565
10 25 Jeff Storm (TS) ARCAMT 17.573
11 25 Ross Kenseth ARCA/CRA 17.619
12 42 Dennis Prunty (R) ARCAMT 17.646
13 77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) ARCAMT 17.656
14 75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) ARCAMT 17.700
15 58 Cardell Potter (TS) ARCAMT 17.701
16 63 Gary LaMonte ARCAMT 17.703
17 8 Jacob Goede (TS) ARCAMT 17.719
18 43 Matt Kocourek ARCAMT 17.768
19 75 Joel Theisen (tyson) ARCAMT 17.779
20 71 Blake Brown ARCAMT 17.796
21 45 Rich Bickle (TS) ARCAMT 17.821
22 17 Josh Vadnais ARCAMT 17.837
23 4 Thor Anderson ARCAMT 17.871
24 76 Jason Weinkauf (TS) ARCAMT 17.886
25 21 Bret Miles Jr. ARCA/CRA 17.892
26 97 James Swan (TS, R) ARCAMT 17.893
27 6 Austin Luedtke ARCAMT 17.925
28 45 Brad Dahmer ARCAMT 17.948
29 1 Ed Szelagowski Jr ARCAMT 17.958
30 51 Brandon Oakley ARCA/CRA 18.031
31 2 Kenny Tweedy ARCA/CRA 18.039
32 28 Ali Kern ARCA/CRA 18.048
33 26 Rick Turner ARCA/CRA 18.102

 

2:52

76 – Jason Weinkauf
Lap 1: 18.272
Lap 2: 17.886
Best: 17.886

 

2:51

21 – Bret Miles Jr.
Lap 1: 18.075
Lap 2: 17.892
Best: 17.892

 

2:50

17 – Josh Vadnais
Lap 1: 18.053
Lap 2: 17.837
Best: 17.837

 

2:49

8 – Jacob Goede
Lap 1: 17.719
Lap 2: 19.050 (tapped wall in 2)
Best: 17.719

 

2:48

6 – Austin Luedtke
Lap 1: 18.087
Lap 2: 17.925
Best: 17.925
P23

 

2:47

5 – Jeremy Miller
Lap 1: 17.573
Lap 2: 17.368
Best: 17.368
FAST TIME

 

2:46

5 – Travis Sauter
Lap 1: 17.886
Lap 2: 17.561
Best: 17.561
P7

 

2:45

4 – Thor Anderson
Lap 1: 17.929
Lap 2: 17.871
Best: 17.871
P19

 

2:44

2 – Kenny Tweedy
Lap 1: 18.039
Lap 2: 18.039
Best: 18.039

 

2:43

01- Ed Szelagowski Jr.
Lap 1: 18.221
Lap 2: 17.958
Best: 17.958
P21

 

2:42

97 – James Swan
Lap 1: 17.983
Lap 2: 17.893
Best: 17.893
P19

 

2:40

87 – Nathan Haseleu
Lap 1: 17.851
Lap 2:17.565
Best:17.565

 

2:40

78 – Skylar Holzhausen
Lap 1: 17.673
Lap 2: 17.540
Best: 17.540

 

2:39

76 – Jonathan Eilen
Lap 1: 17.752
Lap 2: 17.656
Best: 17.656
P9
Brad Dahmer bumped

 

2:38

75 – Chris Weinkauf
Lap 1: 17.935
Lap 2: 17.700
Best: 17.700
P9
Brandon Oakley bumped

 

2:37

75 – Joel Theisen
Lap 1: 17.993
Lap 2: 17.779
Best: 17.779
P12
Ali Kern bumped

 

2:36

71 – Blake Brown
Lap 1: 17.845
Lap 2: 17.796
Best: 17.796
P12

 

2:35

Comment From W.B.R.#51 

good luck to Bret Miles Jr.

 

2:34

64 – Griffin McGrath
Lap 1: 17.755
Lap 2: 17.555
Best: 17.555
P5

 

2:33

63 – Gary LaMonte
Lap 1: 18.011
Lap 2: 17.703
Best: 17.703
P9

 

2:32

58 – Cardell Potter
Lap 1:
Lap 2:
Best: 17.701
P8

 

2:31

52 – Chris Wimmer
Lap 1: 17.543
Lap 2: 17.431
Best: 17.431
P3

 

2:30

51 – Brandon Oakley
Lap 1: 18.327
Lap 2: 18.031
Best: 18.031
P10

 

2:29

45 – Rich Bickle Jr
Lap 1: 17.850
Lap 2: 17.821
Best: 17.821
P8

 

2:28

45 – Brad Dahmer
Lap 1: 17.948
Lap 2: 17.948
Best: 17.948

 

2:27

43 – Matt Kocourek
Lap 1: 17.922
Lap 2: 17.768
Best: 17.768
P7

 

2:26

42 – Dennis Prunty
Lap 1: 17.845
Lap 2: 17.646
Best: 17.646
P6

 

2:25

39 – Andrew Morrissey
Lap 1: 17.520
Lap 2: 17.412
Best: 17.412
P2

 

2:24

36 – Dan Fredrickson
Lap 1: 17.534
Lap 2: 17.410
Best: 17.410
FAST TIME

 

2:23

28 – Ali Kern
Lap 1: 18.141
Lap 2: 18.048
Best: 18.048

 

2:22

26 – Rick Turner
Lap 1:
Lap 2:
Best: 18.102

28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1: 17.677
Lap 2: 17.538
Best: 17.538

 

2:20

25 – Ross Kenseth
Lap 1: 17.932
Lap 2: 17.619
Best: 17.619

 

2:19

25 – Jeff Storm
Lap 1: 17.786
Lap 2: 17.573
Best: 17.573

 

2:18

Jeff Storm will be the first car out. Track is open for qualifying. Top 16 are locked in.

 

2:16

The number drawn for qualifying was #22. So car # 25 will go out first and they will go from there. Either Ross Kenseth or Jeff Storm will be the first car out.

 

2:11

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2:06

About ten minutes away from qualifying for today’s Border Wars 2 150 here at Madison International Speedway. Cloudy skies, temps in the 70’s. Could we see a new track record? Chris Wimmer set the record last year with a time of 17.245.

 

2:04

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1:54

Teams continue to get ready for qualifying. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:53

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will make the trek to Monroe, WA on Saturday, August 17 for the NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Evergreen Speedway. Derek Thorn, Michael Self, Cameron Hayley, Greg Pursley and the other stars of K&N Pro Series West will be competing on the popular 5/8-mile oval. Fans are also invited to the K&N Fanfest on Friday, August 16. For more information, please visitwww.evergreenspeedway.com.

 

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1:52

Andrew Morrissey was the fastest in final practice earlier today with a time of 17.553.

 

1:51

We should have ideal conditions for fast times in qualifying today. Right now we have cloudy skies with a few breaks where the sun is popping out from time to time. Temps are in the mid 70’s. These are close to the same conditions we had in May 2012 when Chris Wimmer set a new Super Late Model track record time of 17.245.

 

1:48

Here is today’s schedule of events.

2:15PM: Qualifying Begins (SLM, Trucks and Legends)
3:00PM: DRIVER AUTOGRAPH SESSION (Main Grandstand Front Row)
3:45PM: Opening Ceremonies

4:00PM: Racing Begins
Hedman Hedders Qualifier: 15 Laps
Midwest Trucks Heat Races: 8 Laps (2)
JRI Shocks ARCAMT Fast Dash: 12 Laps
Legends Heats: 8 Laps (2)
ARCAMT Last Chance: 20 Laps
Midwest Truck Feature: 30 Laps
Legends Feature: 20 Laps
Border Wars 150 Part 2 (Break at Lap 75)

 

1:45

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1:45

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1:43

Joel Theisen getting a few laps. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:42

Joel Theisen was towed off earlier during practice. We were told that something broke on the right front of his car. He is back out on the track as it appears they made the repairs.

 

1:41

Steve Einhaus (left) talks with former short track great Tom Jones. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:40

Pits are busy as teams are prepping for qualifying. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:39

The Legends continue to practice. About 35 minutes away from qualifying today.

 

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1:32

What we were told is that he is going to get 80 appearing points. They didn’t think they would gain much more running Bickle’s backup car.

 

1:32

Comment From Nick 

Is Braden not running bickles backup car as rumored yesterday?

 

1:31

Comment From 75 76 

go weinkauf brothers

 

1:23

Legends are on the infield quarter-mile at MIS for their practice session. We are less than an hour away from qualifying.

 

1:22

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1:21

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1:11

Remaining schedule for today…

12:45PM: Midwest Trucks and Legends (60 Mins)
12:45PM: SLM Qualifying Tech Begins by Lucky Number
2:15PM: Qualifying Begins (SLM, Trucks and Legends)
3:00PM: DRIVER AUTOGRAPH SESSION (Main Grandstand Front Row)
3:45PM: Opening Ceremonies

4:00PM: Racing Begins
Hedman Hedders Qualifier: 15 Laps
Midwest Trucks Heat Races: 8 Laps (2)
JRI Shocks ARCAMT Fast Dash: 12 Laps
Legends Heats: 8 Laps (2)
ARCAMT Last Chance: 20 Laps
Midwest Truck Feature: 30 Laps
Legends Feature: 20 Laps
Border Wars 150 Part 2 (Break at Lap 75)

 

1:06

We just took a look at radar…we have one little passing cloud that causing a few small drops to hit the ground. After that, we have a good window to get today’s show in. If you are in the area, please come out!

 

1:05

Trucks have ended their practice. The Legends will be out next on the quarter-mile for their practice. Qualifying is scheduled to start at 2:15 pm.

 

12:59

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12:57

ARCA Midwest Tour/ARCA CRA Super Series
Border Wars 2 150
Final Practice

1 Andrew Morrissey 17.553
2 Ross Kenseth 17.575
3 Griffin McGrath 17.584
4 Chris Wimmer 17.667
5 Jonathan Eilen 17.679
6 Gary LaMonte 17.680
7 Jeremy Miller 17.721
8 Travis Sauter 17.722
9 Dan Fredrickson 17.727
10 Nathan Haseleu 17.735
11 Thor Anderson 17.773
12 Jacob Goede 17.826
13 Chris Weinkauf 17.864
14 Jeff Storm 17.902
15 Bobby Wilberg 17.908
16 Austin Luedtke 17.924
17 Blake Brown 17.928
18 Cardell Potter 17.965
19 Jason Weinkauf 17.977
20 Skylar Holzhausen 17.997
21 Joel Theisen 18.057
22 Rick Turner 18.081
23 Dennis Prunty 18.095
24 Bret Miles Jr. 18.104
25 Brandon Oakley 18.159
26 Ed Szelagowski Jr. 18.188
27 Josh Vadnais 18.203
28 James Swan 18.248
29 Matt Kocourek 18.262
30 Kenny Tweedy 18.273
31 Ali Kern 18.284
32 Rich Bickle Jr. 18.416
33 Brad Dahmer 18.501

 

12:47

Practice has ended for the Super Lates. The Midwest Truck Tour is on track. We will have rundown of practice times shortly.

 

12:42

We are in the closing minutes of practice for the Super Late Models.

 

12:38

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12:36

Chris Wimmer (52) and Rick Turner (26). (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:36

Kenny Tweedy (2) and Dan Fredrickson (36) (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:30

Dan Fredrickson spun at the end of their practice session in turn two. His car was pointed in the direction of the pit entrance, put it in gear and drove to the pits.

 

12:25

There is less than ten minutes remaining in the only practice session for the Super Late Models.

 

12:24

Track officials are still working on getting the internet working so we can view our own timing/scoring. We hope to have a rundown when practice is completed.

 

12:23

Chris Weinkauf (75) and Brandon Oakley (51). (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:23

Austin Luedtke (6) and Dennis Prunty (42). (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:19

Comment From Hooiser Gypsy 

Go Ross Kenseth, representing CRA proud.

 

12:15

Austin Luedtke, Chris Weinkauf, Jacob Goede, Dan Fredrickson, Blake Brown, Cardell Potter, Ross Kenseth, Chris Wimmer, Dennis Prunty, Gary LaMonte, and Thor Anderson are part of the group out now. Add Nathan Haseleu.

 

12:14

Rick Turner is making his first appearance to MIS. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:13

Nathan Haseleu set the fastest lap in practice yesterday. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:12

Rich Bickle (45) and Bobby Wilberg (28) are former track champions at MIS. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:06

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12:06

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12:05

The sun is trying to peak through the clouds.

 

12:05

Theisen has been towed back to the pits. Ali Kern, Ed Szelagowski Jr., Travis Sauter, Chris Wimmer, Josh Vadnais, Brandon Oakley, Ross Kenseth, Jason Weinkauf, Blake Brown, Skylar Holzhausen, Dennis Prunty, and Cardell Potter are out on the track.

 

12:03

Comment From Tim 

Go Miracle Racing ( #58)

 

11:59

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11:54

Comment From Tim

Go Potter! Top 5 last night!

 

11:54

Currently…Jacob Goede, Blake Brown, Griffin McGrath, Ross Kenseth, and Dennis Prunty are on track. Bobby Wilberg is out. Rick Turner is about to come out.

 

11:48

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11:47

Track officials are working on an internet issue at the track. This currently is preventing us from providing live timing/scoring updates at the moment.

 

11:42

Dennis Prunty and Jacob Goede are also on track. These three did not practice yesterday.

 

11:38

Cardell Potter is the first car on track today. The track is open for practice.

 

11:38

If you didn’t join us yesterday, Travis Braden broke a crank in his motor four laps into his first practice run. We are being told that his team did go home, but CRA officials did confirm that he will receive 80 points for being here.

 

11:32

Safety officials are currently going around the track to help get it dried. Most of the track appeas to be dried already.

 

11:30

Comment From Cammy

Thanks speed 51.com, lets hope for NO RAIN!! Good luck to all. GO # 52 Chris Wimmer!!!!

 

11:26

Nathan Haseleu (left) and Dan Fredrickson (right) share stories. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:22

Comment From oljonesy

good luck to the y town hustler rick turner!!

 

11:21

Teams are allowed mirrors and radios.

 

11:21

Comment From racer 57

I see a mirror on kenseths car. Are radios not allowed?

 

11:20

The owners of the two series will have a discussion regarding if yellow flag laps will count or not.

 

11:14

Nick Schumacher, today’s race director, goes over race procedures. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:10

Officials said that they are going to do everything they can to get the show in today. Both series have a busy schedule to not consider a raindate.

 

10:55

Drivers meeting will start in about five minutes.

 

10:51

Ali Kern (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:50

Ross Kenseth in tech line (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:36

Looking at the track, you can see it already drying on its own. Practice starts at 11:30am central

 

10:31

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10:30

Entry List for today’s Border Wars 2 150

1 Nick Barstad (R) Chevy ARCAMT
01 Travis Braden Chevy ARCA/CRA
1 Ed Szelagowski Jr Chevy ARCAMT
2 Kenny Tweedy Chevy ARCA/CRA
4 Thor Anderson Chevy ARCAMT
5 Jeremy Miller (TS, R) Ford ARCAMT
5 Travis Sauter Chevy ARCAMT
6 Brandon Hermiller Chevy ARCA/CRA
6 Austin Luedtke Chevy ARCAMT
8 Jacob Goede (TS) Ford ARCAMT
17 Josh Vadnais Chevy ARCAMT
21 Bret Miles Jr. Chevy ARCA/CRA
25 Jeff Storm (TS) Chevy ARCAMT
25 Ross Kenseth Toyota ARCA/CRA
26 Rick Turner Ford ARCA/CRA
28 Ali Kern Ford ARCA/CRA
28 Bobby Wilberg Ford ARCAMT
36 Dan Fredrickson (TS) Ford ARCAMT
39 Andrew Morrissey (TS) Chevy ARCAMT
42 Dennis Prunty (R) Chevy ARCAMT
43 Matt Kocourek Ford ARCAMT
45 Rich Bickle (TS) Ford ARCAMT
45 Brad Dahmer Chevy ARCAMT
51 Brandon Oakley Chevy ARCA/CRA
52 Chris Wimmer (TS) Chevy ARCAMT
57 Landry Potter Chevy ARCAMT
58 Cardell Potter (TS) Chevy ARCAMT
63 Gary LaMonte Chevy ARCAMT
64 Griffin McGrath Chevy ARCAMT
75 Joel Theisen (tyson) Chevy ARCAMT
75 Chris Weinkauf (TS) Chevy ARCAMT
76 Jason Weinkauf (TS) Chevy ARCAMT
77 Jonathan Eilen (TS) Ford ARCAMT
78 Skylar Holzhausen (TS) Ford ARCAMT
87 Nathan Haseleu (TS) Ford ARCAMT
97 James Swan (TS, R) Chevy ARCAMT

 

10:26

Comment From Lenny 

Go Oakley and Turner,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

 

10:17

Today’s schedule…

9:00AM: Pit Gate Opens
9:30AM: Tire Sales Begin (Top 15 Each Series then random)
9:30AM: Practice Tech/Qualifying Tech ARCAMT /CRA (No Engines)
(Any Problem Cars or Cars not Inspected on Saturday Only)
10:45AM: Drivers Meeting
(Truck Tech Immediately Following Meeting)
11:30AM: ARCAMT Practice (60 Mins)
12:45PM: Midwest Trucks and Legends (60 Mins)
12:45PM: SLM Qualifying Tech Begins by Lucky Number
2:15PM: Qualifying Begins (SLM, Trucks and Legends)
3:00PM: DRIVER AUTOGRAPH SESSION (Main Grandstand Front Row)
3:45PM: Opening Ceremonies

4:00PM: Racing Begins
Hedman Hedders Qualifier: 15 Laps
Midwest Trucks Heat Races: 8 Laps (2)
JRI Shocks ARCAMT Fast Dash: 12 Laps
Legends Heats: 8 Laps (2)
ARCAMT Last Chance: 20 Laps
Midwest Truck Feature: 30 Laps
Legends Feature: 20 Laps
Border Wars 150 Part 2 (Break at Lap 75)

 

10:16

Showers have gone over the track this morning, but the local weather people did state that we should be dry for most of the day, with rain later tonight. So, according to them, we should be good for the day.

 

10:14

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10:13

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10:09

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Trackside Now – Border Wars 2 – ARCAMT & ARCA/CRA SS – 8/11/13