12:45
That will conclude tonight’s coverage from New Smyrna.

Thanks to the Hart family, Kim Brown, Terry Roberts and the entire staff at New Smyrna Speedway for their hospitality all weekend long. We look forward to an exciting World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing here in February.

Speed51.com will have more on Grill’s Super Late Model victory, the VanDoorn/Russell altercation after the race and more in the coming days.

Thanks to Progressive Racing Engines for their support of this weekend’s coverage on Speed51.com

12:45
Augie Grill, the 47th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup 200 winner. (Speed51.com photo)
12:45
Tim Russell and Johnny VanDoorn exchange words after the Super Late Model race. We’ll have more from both sides on the incident in the coming days on Speed51.com. (Speed51.com photo)
12:45
Augie Grill (left) celebrates the win with his father Frankie. (Speed51.com photo)
12:45
Unofficial Modified Results
1 66 Jerry Symons 100
2 15 Tank Tucker 100
3 11 Brian Nester 100
4 25 L.J. Grimm 100
5 4S Jarrett Snowden 100
6 11T Josh Todd 100
7 21 Devin McLeod 100
8 98 Robbie Cooper 100
9 97 Matthew Bosowski 99
10 11B Earl Beckner 97
12 21 Shawn Monaghan 95
13 9 Kurt Jett 90
14 86 John Sappraicone Jr. 80
15 3 Wayne Anderson 75
16 27 Jason Garver 74
17 96 Matt Wheeler 72
18 36 Austin Stamper 68
19 10 Travis Roland 65
20 42 Joe Axsom 49
21 4B Alan Bruns 49
22 10B Mike Burke 45
24 38 Ricky Moxley 39
25 1 Roger Blevin 35
26 03 Kyle Bookmiller 30
27 56 James Wright III 29
28 55 Richard Elkins 26
29 22 Brandon Duchscherer 14
30 12 John Zider 8
31 75 Bobby Blake 8
32 24 Matt Anderson 8
33 76 Jim Higginbotham 8
34 66H Dewayne Dempsey 5
35 15C Rich Clouser 5
35 35 Rick Kase 5
36 13 Kevin Terry 5
37 4 Dalton Baldwin 5
38 14 Roger Benton 5
12:40
Jerry Symons earns the $5,000 Modified victory. (Speed51.com photo)
12:35
This victory is worth $5,000 for the win in the 100-lap race. 
12:35
Jerry Symons gets the win over Tank Tucker and Brian Nester. 
12:35
White Flag! 
12:34
Two laps to go. 
12:34
Symons is getting away from Tucker. 
12:34
Lap 95: Symons still leads Tucker in the closing laps. 
12:33
Jerry Symons and Tank Tucker run away from the field trying to settle this one. 
12:32
Leaders run up on a lap car and things close up. 
12:32
10 laps to go at the line. 
12:31
L.J Grimm is running fourth. 
12:31
88 laps in the books. 
12:31
Nester is still a distant third. 
12:31
Lap 85: Tank Tucker is starting to run Symons down for the top spot. 
12:30
Brian Nester runs third. 
12:29
Lap 82: Jerry Symons is getting away from Tank Tucker for the lead. 
12:29
Lap 80: Symons leads as Tank Tucker comes up to challenge for second. 
12:28
We have 14 cars still on the track. 
12:28
GREEN FLAG: Lap 79: Back to racing. 
12:27
One lap to green. 
12:27
Running Order: Symons, Nester, Josh Todd, Tank Tucker and L.J. Grimm. 
12:25
Jerry Symons will be the restart leader. 
12:25
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 79: For debris. 
12:25
Lap 78: Symons are side-by-side for the top spot. 
12:24
Lap 77: Nester leads as Symons looks low. 
12:24
On the restart Symons got the lead, but locked up the left front and Brian Nester took the top spot. 
12:23
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
12:22
One lap to green. 
12:22
Cars are fired and back rolling. 
12:13
John Sappraicone Jr. on the hook. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:09
Jerry Symons and Brian Nester are now first and second. 
12:09
Track crews are attempting to repair the catch fence as we’re under red flag condition. 
12:03
The sections of catch fence sheared away by the Sappraicone car. (Speed51.com photo)
12:01
All drivers are okay. 
12:00
John Sappraicone Jr. on his side with Wayne Anderson under him. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:59
Anderson got out of his car and got into an altercation with some of Sappraicone’s crew who had gathered near the car. 
11:58
Sappraicone’s car tore through about four sections of catch fence on the front stretch. 
11:57
On the restart, Wayne Anderson and John Sappraicone collide. Sappraicone got up on two wheels and into the catchfence. He rode the outside wall for about 40 yards before coming to a stop on his driver’s side. He has climbed from the car. 
11:56
GREEN FLAG: LAP 75: 25 laps to go. 
11:55
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 75: Jason Garver bounced off the wall twice. He stopped on the track in turn three. He tried hard to make it to pit road, but he couldn’t cross over in front of traffic. 
11:53
Lap 72: John Sappraicone Jr. leads Wayne Anderson, Jerry Symons and Brian Nester. Kurt Jett is in the fifth spot.
11:52
70 laps down and John Sappraicone Jr. is still out front.
11:51
GREEN FLAG: John Sappraicone Jr. and Wayne Anderson lead the field down.
11:47
Tank Tucker, who is in fifth, might be leaking fluid. They plan on stopping him to see if there is a leak. 
11:45
YELLOW FLAG: Austin Stampler and Devin McLeod make some contact in turn three. 
11:44
Jerry Symons is fourth and Tank Tucker is fifth. 
11:43
John Sappraicone Jr. leads as Wayne Anderson comes around Brian Nester for the second spot.
11:43
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
11:41
YELLOW FLAG: Travis Roland spins and draws the yellow.
11:40
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
11:37
YELLOW FLAG: Shawn Monaghan gets some of the wall and draws the yellow.
11:37
Working lap 65 now. 
11:36
Anderson still rides in fourth and Tucker is fifth. 
11:35
Lap 58: John Sappraicone Jr. is now pulling away from Nester as Jerry Symons looks to get second place back.
11:33
John Sappraicone Jr. leads Brian Nester who looks strong for the first time tonight.
11:33
20 cars are still on the track. 
11:32
Brian Nester shoots up to second as Wayne Anderson slips back to fourth. 
11:32
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
11:31
50 laps to settle things here at New Smyrna. 
11:29
For the restart: John Sappraicone Jr., Symons, Anderson, Nester, Tucker, Jett, and others.
11:25
Engines have fired and the field is now rolling back on the track. 
11:14
We will now have a 10 minute break for cars to be re-fueled. 
11:13
John Sappraicone Jr. leads Jerry Symons, Wayne Anderson, Brian Nester and Tank Tucker at the break.
11:12
We are at halfway. 
11:12
Tank Tucker is now up to fifth. 
11:10
Five laps to halfway. 
11:10
John Sappraicone Jr. still leads Jerry Symons, Wayne Anderson and Brian Nester.
11:08
39 laps in the books. 
11:08
Jerry Symons is in second with only lap traffic around him. 
11:07
John Sappraicone Jr. is in his own zip code.

11:07
Lap 34: Wayne Anderson has worked his way up to third now. 
11:06
Kyle Bookmiller is slow and has come to pit road.
11:05
James Wright III has come to pit road.
11:04
Tank Tucker has worked his way up to sixth. 
11:04
Lap 25: John Sappraicone Jr. leads as we are 25 laps from the halfway break.
11:03
Matt Wheeler is still a distant third with Wayne Anderson in fourth. 
11:02
We are now working lap 23. 
11:02
John Sappraicone Jr. has left Jerry Symons for the top spot.
11:01
Wayne Anderson is fourth with Brian Nester in fifth. 
11:01
Lap 15: John Sappraicone Jr. will pull back out to the lead. Matt Wheeler is now up to third.
11:00
GREEN FLAG: Lap 14: Back to racing. 
10:59
Lap 14: YELLOW FLAG: Brandon Duchscherer hits the wall in turn number two. 
10:57
Wayne Anderson rides third after 11 laps. 
10:57
John Sappraicone Jr. leads as Jerry Symons is right behind for the top spot.
10:56
GREEN FLAG 
10:55
Eight laps in the book. 
10:55
One lap to green. 
10:54
Tech is clear for the Super Late Models. Augie Grill is the winner of the 2012 Florida Governor’s Cup 200. He is the sixth driver to win the Gov Cup and the Snowball Derby. Gary Balough, Ed Howe, Freddy Fryer, Bobby Gill and Wayne Anderson. 
10:49
Lap 8: John Sappraicone Jr. is the leader over Jerry Symons, Brian Nester and Wayne Anderson.
10:47
YELLOW FLAG: Bobby Blake, Jim Higginbotham and L.J Grimm all tangle off the fourth turn and wreck. 
10:46
Lap 8: Jerry Symons is going for second. 
10:45
Wayne Anderson has come up to fourth behind Jerry Symons. 
10:45
GREEN FLAG: Lap 5: Back to racing. 
10:44
John Sappraicone Jr. will be the leader over Brian Nester.
10:44
One lap to green. 
10:42
Engines have re-fired and we are back to yellow. 
10:37
Comment From Bob & Angie Dillner 

Great job on the coverage tonight guys. And congrats to Augie Grill on the big win! 

10:36
10:34
John Sappraicone Jr. looks to be the leader on the restart.  
10:33
Red Flag has come out. 
10:33
Kevin Terry also made contact with Robbie Cooper and both those cars also have damage. 
10:32
Lap 5: Leader Dewayne Dempsy goes hard into the wall with Rich Clouser. We are yellow for this mess in turn three. 
10:30
The field has spread out real well and their is action all around the track. 
10:30
Lap 3: Tank Tucker is second and Brian Nester runs third. 
10:29
Lap 1: Dewayne Dempsey will lead the first lap. 
10:29
GREEN FLAG: We are racing. 
10:27
Comment From amy steinly 

good luck to Alan Bruns and Jerry Symons. 

10:27
We are now working some heat into the tires. 
10:23
Comment From walter cooke 

good luck jerry symons and dewanye dempsey from long time crew member now living back in canada. I sure miss you guys. 

10:23
Comment From Paul 

Good luck kyle bookmiller 

10:22
Cars are now rolling on the speedway. 
10:21
Comment From Emerson 

Bring it home daddy~Axsom 42 

10:20
Comment From wrenchman78 

good luck to wayne anderson!!! 

10:20
Comment From Guest 

get er done roland and bones 

10:19
Comment From Your family 

Good luck Brian!!! Go spiderman go!! 

10:18
Comment From Donny 

LETS GO JASON GARVER! 

10:18
Comment From Jenny 

Good Luck Joe Axsom with Axsom Motor Sports. Love your Family~ 

10:17
UNOFFICIAL SUPER LATE MODEL GOVERNOR’S CUP 200 FINISH
(position, car #, name, laps completed)

1 112 – Augie Grill 200
2 81 – Johnny VanDoorn 200
3 29T – Austin Theriault 200
4 89 – Matt Tifft 200
5 39 – Kenzie Ruston 200
6 18 – Hunter Robbins 200
7 9 – Rich Clouser 200
8 51 – Stephen Nasse 199
9 9K – Kevin Henry 199
10 29 – Spencer Davis 199
11 72 – Scott Heckert 197
12 20 – Anthony Sergi 196
13 00 – CJ Castetter 189
14 14 – Mario Maresca 188
15 71 – Jimmy Doyle 152
16 36 – Timmy Russell 137
17 22 – Dusty Cornelius 124
18 08 – Jake Griffin 119
19 31 – Terry Senneker, Jr. 119
20 27 – Bobby Good 106
21 11 – David Rogers 105
22 30 – Bobby Knox, Jr. 96
23 96 – Ben Kennedy 66
24 19 – Ray Black, Jr. 60
25 26 – Travis Cope 53
26 07 – Jeff Scofield 27
27 97 – Patrick Staropoli 8
28 38 – Robert Glover 7
29 26 – Preston Peltier DQ

10:16
the filed is still assembling on pit road. 
10:16
Comment From fastwinsracing 

Good luck Brian and the entire Burkett-Nester Motorsports crew! Bring it home!! 

10:13
We had 37 cars take time for the 100 lap Modifed race. 
10:13
Starting Lineup From Qualfying
1 66H Dewayne Dempsey 18.530
2 15C Rich Clouser  18.599
3 11 Brian Nester 18.626
4 13 Kevin Terry 18.668
5 86 John Sappraicone Jr.  18.678
6 3 Wayne  Anderson 18.678
7 15 Tank Tucker 18.719
8 66 Jerry Symons 18.739
9 27 Jason Garver 18.744
10 9 Kurt Jett 18.759
11 4 Dalton Baldwin 18.787
12 96 Matt Wheeler 18.947
13 98 Robbie Cooper 18.963
14 4B Alan Bruns 18.965
15 4S Jarrett Snowden 18.974
16 25 L.J. Grimm 19.036
17 36 Austin Stamper 19.061
18 10 Travis Roland 19.073
19 22 Brandon Duchscherer 19.105
20 03 Kyle Bookmiller 19.119
21 42 Joe Axsom 19.181
22 38 Ricky Moxley 19.185
23 11T Josh Todd 19.275
24 11B Earl Beckner 19.295
25 1 Roger Blevin 19.356
26 97 Matthew Bosowski 19.399
27 21 Devin McLeod 19.425
28 10B Mike Burke 19.459
29 75 Bobby Blake 19.522
30 56 James Wright III 19.553
31 21 Shawn Monaghan 19.607
32 12 John Zider 19.709
33 55 Richard Elkins 19.760
34 24 Matt Anderson 19.967
35 14 Roger Benton 20.014
36 76 Jim Higginbotham 20.380
37 35 Rick Kase 20.717 
10:12
We have just learned from chief tech inspector Ricky Brooks that Preston Peltier has been disqualified out of third position in the Super Late Model race for a left-side weight infraction. His No. 26 weighed in at 58.3% left side weight. The rule requires 58.0% 
10:12
Ernie Tumminello won the Super Stock race.  The Modifeds are out next. 
10:07
We just finished up all our post race interviews and will be back up to our post to provide a SLM finish. 
9:53
The top three have made it to tech. 
9:40
Augie Grill in victory lane at the Florida Governor’s Cup 200.(Speed51.com Photo)
9:32
We’ll have a full race finish as soon as we wrap up post-race duties on the track. 
9:31
He’s now the sixth driver to have won the Governor’s Cup and the Snowball Derby in their career. 
9:31
CHECKERED FLAG: Augie Grill wins the 47th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup 200 over Johnny VanDoorn, Preston Peltier, Austin Theriault and Matt Tifft. 
9:31
WHITE FLAG for Grill 
9:30
Two to go for Grill. 
9:30
Lap 196: Nasse slows, but stays on track. He’s back up to speed a half lap later
9:29
Five to go for a checked out Augie Grill 
9:29
Lap 192: Theriault tries a bottom shot move in turn three for fourth on Tifft, but Tifft keeps momentum up high. 
9:28
Lap 190: Peltier finally gets to the inside of Tifft and takes third. Theriault can’t fill the hole and still rides fifth behind Tifft. 
9:28
Lap 190: Grill is about to put ninth place Stephen Nasse down a lap. 
9:27
Lap 187: VanDoorn hung the outside of the 81 sideways off turn four, trying to make up some speed to the leader. 
9:27
Lap 185: Tifft, Peltier and Theriault continue to dice it up for third, fourth and fifth. 
9:26
Lap 183: It’s a full straight away lead for Grill, with a few lapped cars inbetween him and VanDoorn in second. 
9:25
Lap 181: Peltier has been trying to get the inside of Tifft, but still can’t make the pass for third. The battle has allowed Theriault to make it a three-way fight. 
9:25
Lap 180: Kenzie Ruston moves to sixth with an move on the inside of Hunter Robbins. 
9:25
Lap 178: Peltier again is on the back bumper of Tifft. He’s trying to get inside, but Tifft carries the momentum up high. 
9:24
Lap 175:
1. Grill
2. VanDoorn
3. Tifft
4. Peltier
5. Theriault
6. Robbins
7. Ruston
8. Clouser
9. Nasse
10. Heckert 
9:23
25 to go for Grill. 
9:23
Lap 172: Tifft now has a mirror full of Peltier for third. Theriault follows about three car lengths back. 
9:22
Lap 170: Grill has almost a full straight away lead on VanDoorn. 
9:21
Lap 168: VanDoorn is searching for a line that will pick up some ground on the leader Grill. 
9:20
Lap 165:
1. Grill
2. VanDoorn
3. Tifft
4. Peltier
5. Theriault
6. Robbins
7. Clouser
8. Ruston
9. Nasse
10. Heckert 
9:20
Lap 162: Theriault to the inside of Robbins for fifth. 
9:18
Lap 159: Grill still has about a half-straight away lead on VanDoorn. Then it’s the same distance back to Tifft in third. 
9:17
Lap 156: Theriault gets by Nasse for seventh. 
9:17
Lap 155: Peltier has Robbins on his back bumper for fourth. 
9:17
Lap 154: CJ Castetter goes another lap down to Grill. Jimmy Doyle comes to pit road. 
9:16
Lap 151: It’s still about a 10-12 car length gap between Grill and VanDoorn up front. 
9:15
Tifft is third, Peltier fourth, Robbins fifth, Clouser sixth, Nasse seventh, Theriault eighth, Ruston ninth and Heckert 10th. 
9:15
Lap 147: VanDoorn up to second with a pass of Tifft. He’s about 10 car lengths behind the leader Grill. 
9:14
Lap 145: VanDoorn on the back bumper of Tifft for second. 
9:14
Lap 144: Robbins by Clouser for fifth. Then Clouser is sixth, Theriault and Nasse battle for seventh. 
9:13
Lap 143: VanDoorn gets third from Peltier using the inside groove in turn three. 
9:13
Lap 143: Grill leads Tifft, Peltier, VanDoorn and Clouser 
9:13
GREEN FLAG Lap 142: Grill leads into one and now Peltier uses the high side to try to get second from Tifft. 
9:13
An angry Tim Russell after showing his displeasure of Johnny VanDoorn. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:13
Doubled back up for the restart 
9:13
Russell is walking down pit road and shared a few words with VanDoorn’s crew. He continued on towards his own pit box without any further fireworks. 
9:11
Free Pass: Kevin Henry 
9:11
Russell is waiting for VanDoorn. He gives some hand gestures as VanDoorn drives by. 
9:11
Russell is sticking by his car after climbing from it. 
9:10
YELLOW FLAG Lap 138: Tim Russell gets into the turn three and four wall after contact with Johnny VanDoorn. 
9:10
Lap 135: Theriault to the inside of Russell for fifth in turn two, but can’t make it stick. He tries again into turn one with VanDoorn trying to follow him past Russell. 
9:09
Lap 133: Grill leads by eight car lengths on Tifft. IT’s four back to Clouser. Same back to a bumper-to-bumper battle between Peltier, Russell and Theriault. 
9:08
Lap 132: Tifft finally clears Clouser for second. 
9:08
Lap 130: Tifft to the inside of Clouser for second. They’re door to door in turns one and two…and the backstretch…and three and four. 
9:07
Lap 129: Grill leads Clouser, Tifft, Peltier, Russell, Theriault, Nasse, Robbins and VanDoorn 
9:07
Tifft back to third and here comes Peltier to fourth past Russell. 
9:06
GREEN FLAG: Grill gets the jump. Clouser follows him to second on the high side. 
9:06
Eighteen of the 29 starters remain on track. 
9:06
Doubled up for the restart: Grill picks the outside lane. Tifft down low. 
9:05
Jake Griffin pits with damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:05
As they run:
1. Grill
2. Tifft
3. Russell
4. Clouser
5. Theriault
6. Peltier
7. Nasse
8. Henry
9. Robbins
10. Ruston
11. Davis
12. VanDoorn 
9:04
The 31 of Senneker is being pushed back to pit road by the wrecker. Jake Griffin comes to pit road, as do Cornelius and Heckert. 
9:02
Free Pass: Johnny VanDoorn 
9:02
Jake Griffin also got a chunk of the crash and has nose damage 
9:02
Heckert comes to pit road with front-end damage. 
9:02
Anthony Sergi spun to avoid the incident. Dusty Cornelius had nowhere to go and was collected into the crash. 
9:01
YELLOW FLAG Lap 120: Terry Senneker, Jr. goes for a spin in turn four after apparent contact with Heckert. 
8:59
Lap 116: Grill pulls out to a five car length lead. Then it’s Tifft, Russell, Clouser, Theriault, Peltier, Nasse and the lapped car of VanDoorn. 
8:59
Lap 114: Johnny VanDoorn, fighting to be the Free Pass recipient on the next yellow, made a three-wide pass of Senneker and Heckert 
8:58
GREEN FLAG Lap 113: Grill wins the drag race to turn one. Russell to the outside of Tifft for second. 
8:58
It’ll be Grill on the outside with Tifft on the inside of the restart. 
8:57
Now Ruston drops to the tail end of the field as she was the cause of the caution. 
8:56
Spencer Davis and Jimmy Doyle come to pit road. 
8:55
Hunter Robbins gets the free pass and will be back on the lead lap. 
8:55
The crew works on the David Rogers machine. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:55
As they run under caution:
1. Grill
2. Tifft
3. Theriault
4. Russell
5. Ruston
6. Heckert
7. Clouser
8. Nasse
9. Peltier
10. Cornelius 
8:55
There doesn’t appear to be any damage to Ruston’s 39 
8:54
Ruston has gotten her position back ahead of Heckert. 
8:53
Spencer Davis, David Rogers and Bobby Good all got a piece of the aftermath. All drivers have driven away, but Rogers is the only one behind the wall now with front-end damage. 
8:53
YELLOW FLAG Lap 106: Kenzie Ruston goes for a spin off the front bumper of Scott Heckert in turn one. 
8:52
Lap 105: Heckert is back tracking a bit. He’s lost fourth to Tim Russell and now has his hands full of Kenzie Ruston 
8:52
Lap 102: Tifft holds off Heckert and now gets by Theriault for second. 
8:51
Bobby Good gets the black flag for not lining up in the proper position on the restart. 
8:51
Theriault settles into second with BJ McLeod Racing teammates Heckert and Tifft side by side for third. 
8:51
GREEN FLAG: Grill gets the jump and leads by five car lengths by the back stretch. 
8:50
Doubled back up for the restart. Grill chooses the outside, putting Theriault to his inside. Tifft and Heckert will be in row two. Row three is Ruston and Russell. 
8:49
Bobby Good comes back to pit road with right rear trouble. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:48
After getting back in line, Bobby Good has returned to pit road on these pace laps. He will have to restart at the tail.
8:47
Everyone we could tell put on their four tires and added fuel at the halfway point. 
8:46
Most of the field has returned to the track and has filed in behind the pace car. Sergi, Henry, Black, Knox and Castetter remain on pit road and will have to start at the tail. 
8:43
RUNNING ORDER
(only the cars remaining in the race, not the cars out)
1. Augie Grill
2. Austin Theriault
3. Bobby Good
4. Matt Tifft
5. Scott Heckert
6. Kenzie Ruston
7. Tim Russell
8. Rich Clouser
9. Preston Peltier
10. Stephen Nasse
11. Dusty Cornelius
12. Spencer Davis
13. Hunter Robbins (-1)
14. Kevin Henry (-1)
15. Johnny VanDoorn (-1)
16. Jake Griffin (-1)
17. Terry Senneker, Jr. (-1)
18. David Rogers (-1)
19. Anthony Sergi (-2)
20. Jimmy Doyle (-2)
21. CJ Castetter (-5)
22. Mario Maresca (-6)
23. Ray Black Jr. (-61)
8:40
Augie Grill said his car is pretty good. He’s not ready to give anything away as to as how good his car is as he enjoyed a water at halfway. 
8:36
Matt Tifft changes tires. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:36
Leader Augie Grill pits. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:32
YELLOW FLAG Lap 100: Halfway break 
8:32
Lap 100, HALFWAY: Grill leads Theriault, Good, Tifft, Heckert, Ruston, Russell, Clouser, Peltier, Nasse, Henry 
8:32
One lap to halfway for Grill. 
8:32
Lap 98: Grill leads Theriault, Good, Tifft, Heckert and Ruston. 
8:31
GREEN FLAG Lap 97: Grill beats Tifft to the line andn brings Theriault to second. 
8:31
Doubled up for the restart, but many lap down cars are staying up amongst the leaders, causing some confusion on who needs to be where. 
8:30
Rogers and Senneker, after their incident to bring out the yellow, remain on track at the tail. 
8:29
Report from the Ben Kennedy pit is that a distributor issue has put him out of the race. 
8:27
Stephen Nasse pits for adjustments. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:27
Chief tech inspector Ricky Brooks has stopped Bobby Knox, Jr. on the front stretch to check for a potential leak. 
8:27
Cars on pit road: Sergi, Davis, Nasse, Rogers, Castetter 
8:26
As they run under yellow:
1. Grill
2. Tifft
3. Heckert
4. Theriault
5. Good
6. Ruston
7. Russell
8. Clouser
9. Peltier
10. Cornelius 
8:25
Spencer Davis will be the free pass recipient. 
8:24
YELLOW FLAG Lap 89: David Rogers and Terry Senneker, Jr. collide and spin in turn one. 
8:24
Lap 85: Grill puts Spencer Davis down a lap on this long green flag run. Senneker, David Rogers and Stephen Nasse are the next three lead-lap cars in his sights a half straight away ahead. 
8:23
Johnny VanDoorn is picking off cars left and right and has passed top-10 cars, but he is a lap down. 
8:22
Lap 80: Grill leads now by six car lengths on Tifft. Then it’s still a full straight away back to Heckert in third. Fourth is Theriault about two car lengths behind. Good is fifth. with Ruston, Russell, Clouser, Peltier and Nasse making up the top-10. 
8:21
Lap 76: Ruston gets inside Russell and makes the pass in turn two for sixth. 
8:20
Lap 75: Grill puts Hunter Robbins a lap down and now has Kevin Henry as the next car to possibly lose a lap. 
8:19
Lap 73: Russell gets inside of Clouser and makes the pass for sixth in turn three. Ruston follows to seventh with Clouser now eighth. 
8:19
They go under the hood of Ben Kennedy’s car. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:18
Lap 70:
1. Grill
2. Tifft
3. Heckert
4. Theriault
5. Good
6. Clouser
7. Russell
8. Ruston
9. Nasse
10. Peltier 
8:18
Lap 67: Grill still has Tifft on his bumper in the corners, but Grill gets a lot of speed down the straight aways. 
8:17
Cope makes it onto pit road. 
8:17
Lap 65: Trouble for Ben Kennedy. Lots of pops from under the hood and he has slowed to a crawl. He is trying to get to pit road as we stay green. 
8:16
Grill dispatches Knox, but that has allowed Tifft to close to Grill’s bumper for the lead. 
8:16
Lap 62: Grill has caught the back part of the field as Bobby Knox, Jr. has been battling with Jake Griffin side-by-side just ahead of the leader. 
8:16
Things got too hot under the hood for Travis Cope. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:15
Cope is out of his car and pushes it behind pit wall. 
8:15
Lap 58: Grill has put CJ Castetter a lap down and has Anthony Sergi in his sights to put him a lap down. 
8:14
Lap 56: Nasse has a rear view mirror full of Theriault. Theriault goes to the inside in turn one and takes fourth. 
8:14
Lap 54: Travis Cope on pit road. Lots of steam coming from the overflow. 
8:13
Lap 52: Grill leads by four car lengths on Tifft. Then it’s a full straight-away of this half-mile back to third-place Heckert. 
8:13
Lap 50, 1/4 distance
1. Grill
2. Tifft
3. Heckert
4. Nasse
5. Theriault
6. Clouser
7. Good
8. Russell
9. Cope
10. Ruston 
8:12
Lap 47: Theriault is on the inside of Clouser for fifth and takes the spot off turn two. 
8:11
Lap 45:
1. Grill
2. Tifft
3. Nasse
4. Heckert
5. Clouser
6. Theriault
7. Good
8. Russell
9. COpe
10. Peltier
11. Ruston
12. Kennedy
13. Rogers
14. Davis
15. Henry
16. Cornelius
17. Robbins
18. Knox 
8:10
Lap 41: Austin Theriault is starting to flex some muscle. He has passed both Good and Russell on the inside groove in the span of two laps 
8:09
Lap 39: Cope finally dispatches of Peltier and gets to ninth. Then Peltier is 10th, Kennedy 11th, Ruston 12th and Rogers 13th. 
8:08
Lap 35: Tifft to the inside of Nasse for second. 
8:08
Lap 35: Travis Cope has been trying to work the inside lane on Preston Peltier in the corners for ninth, but Peltier keeps momentum up high. 
8:07
Lap 34: The leaders put a lap on Mario Maresca 
8:07
Lap 32:
1. Grill
2. Nasse
3. Tifft
4. Heckert
5. Clouser
6. Russell
7. Good
8. Theriault
9. Peltier
10. Cope
11. Kennedy
12. Ruston 
8:06
Lap 29: Three-car battle for the lead as Tifft is on Nasse’s bumper for second. Heckert follows three car lengths behind with Clouser, Russell, Good and now Theriault gaining on him. 
8:05
Lap 27: Scofield slows and comes to pit road and takes a hard left to go to his trailer. 
8:05
Lap 25: Top seven single file: Grill, Nasse, Tifft, Heckert, Clouser, Russell, Good. Then Theriault, Peltier and Scofield battle for eighth on back. 
8:04
Lap 24: Nasse is on the back bumper of Grill for the lead. Then Tifft follows a car length behind. 
8:04
VanDoorn returns, but lost a lap in the pits. 
8:04
Johnny VanDoorn pits. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:04
GREEN FLAG: Grill beats Nasse to turn one. 
8:03
The team is addressing issues on the right-front as the field goes green 
8:03
VanDoorn is on pit road as the field is about to go back to green. 
8:03
Grill chooses the outside, putting Nasse on his inside. Then row two is Tifft and Heckert. Row three is Clouser and Russell. Row four is Peltier and Good. 
8:02
VanDoorn is coming to pit road. 
8:02
There may have been some contact on the restart between Grill and VanDoorn that may have cut a tire on VanDoorn’s car. 
8:01
YELLOW FLAG Lap 19: VanDoorn stops in turn two to bring out the yellow. 
8:01
Lap 18: VanDoorn has an issue. Perhaps a tire going down? The car is sparking heavily in the corner and has lost many spots. 
8:00
Grill leads with VanDoorn in second with Nasse third. Tifft is up to fourth 
8:00
GREEN FLAG Lap 15: VanDoorn chooses the outside lane, but Grill beats him down into turn one. 
8:00
One lap to green. 
8:00
The night ends early for the 97. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:59
Jake Griffin comes to pit road for a brief stop and returns to the tail of the field. 
7:58
Patrick Staropoli got a piece of the incident as well and needs a hook to be removed from the accident scene. He was stuck against the inside wall in turn two and was out of our range of view. 
7:58
Yellow flag laps do count, so drivers can lose laps in the pits. Sergi has made a series of stops, but is able to stay on the lead lap so far. 
7:57
Anthony Sergi got a piece of the turn two incident and has hit pit road. 
7:56
As they run under yellow:
1. VanDoorn
2. Grill
3. Nasse
4. Heckert
5. Tifft
6. Russell
7. Cope
8. Clouser
9. Ruston
10. Peltier
11. Theriault
12. Good
13. Kennedy
14. Scofield
15. Rogers 
7:55
We have many fans inquiring to radio. This race is not being aired by Speed 51 Radio, but we appreciate you tuning in to our Trackside Now coverage. 
7:54
YELLOW FLAG Lap 8: Robert Glover, after losing a lap, gets tangled up with some lead-lap cars including Ray Black, Jr, who got the worst of the wear in turn two.
7:53
Lap 7: VanDoorn the leader puts a lap on Robert Glover 
7:53
Lap 6: Top nine now single file. Then it’s a three-way battle for 10th between Peltier, Good and Theriault. 
7:52
Lap 4: Cope hangs on to seventh and brings Rich Clouser with him past Ruston. 
7:52
Lap 2: Top six now single file with Kenzie Ruston inside Travis Cope for seventh. 
7:51
Lap 1: VanDoorn leads Grill, Nasse, Heckert and a side by side battle between Tifft and Russell for fifth. 
7:51
GREEN FLAG: Drag race to turn one. VanDoorn clears Grill off turn two. 
7:51
Doubled up for the start in one lap. VanDoorn will be on the inside with Grill to his outside. Nasse and Heckert make up row two. 
7:50
Two laps until we go green. The fans in the packed grandstands have risen as one to salute the drivers and the racers wave as they drive down the front stretch. 
7:48
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7:45
The command to fire engines has been given by former National Modified Champion and Daytona 500 winner Geoff Bodine. The field has come to life. 
7:44
Comment From Guest 

Looks like a *very* quality field! Good to see the old guys in the field – Jimmy Doyle and Mario Maresca! 

7:40
Before we go green, thanks again to Progressive Racing Engines for their support of this weekend’s coverage from New Smyrna. 
7:39
The 200 lap Super Late Model race will feature a 10-minute break at lap 100. You can not gain or lose positions at the break unless you don’t answer the call after the 10 minutes. Teams will have eight tires for the race and can add their new tires at any point tonight. Caution laps will count. 
7:36
The front of the field. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:35
GOVERNOR’S CUP 200 STARTING LINEUP
1 81 – Johnny VanDoorn
2 112 – Augie Grill
3 51 – Stephen Nasse
4 72 – Scott Heckert
5 89 – Matt Tifft
6 36 – Tim Russell
7 39 – Kenzie Ruston
8 26 – Travis Cope
9 26 – Preston Peltier
10 9 – Rich Clouser
11 29 – Austin Theriault
12 96 – Ben Kennedy
13 27 – Bobby Good
14 97 – Patrick Staropoli
15 30 – Bobby Knox, Jr.
16 07 – Jeff Scofield
17 18 – Hunter Robbins
18 71 – Jimmy Doyle
19 11 – David Rogers
20 22 – Dusty Cornelius
21 19 – Ray Black, Jr.
22 08 – Jake Griffin
23 20 – Anthony Sergi (to the rear)
24 31 – Terry Senneker, Jr.
25 129 – Spencer Davis
26 00 – CJ Castetter
27 9K – Kevin Henry (to the rear)
28 38 – Robert Glover (to the rear)
29 14 – Mario Maresca (to the rear)
7:34
There will not be an invert. The Super Late Models will start straight-up as they qualified, with the exception of the drivers that were penalized for touching their cars in impound or electing to start at the rear. 
7:31
Thanks to all the fans that have sent in their good luck messages. Driver intro’s are underway and we’re going to be racing in just a few minutes. 
7:30
Comment From Dirk Redder 

Pulling for JVD/ACR #81….#portcityracecars #standonner 

7:30
Comment From Brian 

Good luck to Stephen Nasse and DLP Motorsports !!! 

7:30
Comment From Heather 

Good Luck to Preston Peltier tonight!! 

7:30
Comment From MEGuideGirl 

Thank you Speed51 for covering this race. Following from northern Maine – GO AUSTIN THERIAULT! 

7:29
Hard to find a seat for this one.
7:28
Comment From Team JEGS 

Go Nasse! My “Money Man” 

7:28
Comment From kel 

thanks speed51 for being there when some of us can’t be. Good Luck to Kenzie and Herm! 

7:28
Comment From racer6 

Good luck to Michiganders JVD and Terry Senneker!!! 

7:28
Comment From Tina P 

GOOD LUCK, DAVID ROGERS!! 

7:27
Comment From patty 

good luck to austin theriault tonight 

7:27
Comment From Daniel Hemric 

Good Luck Kenzie!!! #havefaith 

7:27
Comment From martins 

good luck rich clouser bring it home 

7:22
Pre-race class photo. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:21
Comment From JVD FAN 

way to go Vandoorn ! I feel a win as well. 

7:20
Comment From Fiegel 

Good luck tonight to Stephen Nasse Racing #51 

7:20
Comment From Cliff and Bert Cornelius 

Dusty Cornelius’ family wishing him well in the race from PA. His grandfather had hoped to be there in person but wasn’t able to make the trip. Good Luck, Dusty! 

7:19
Fans have been asked to return to their seats as driver intros will begin momentarily. 
7:07
Last minute prep work to Ben Kennedy’s car. (Speed51.com photo)
7:06
Fans pack the New Smyrna front stretch. (Speed51.com photo)
7:05
Fans meet former Gov Cup winner Tim Russell. (Speed51.com photo)
7:04
Pole sitter Johnny VanDoorn. (Speed51.com photo)
7:04
Augie Grill tells some fans about his first New Smyrna experience. (Speed51.com photo)
7:01
Scott Heckert chats with a fan. (Speed51.com photo)
6:59
Kenzie Ruston signs autographs for some fans. (Speed51.com photo)
6:45
The autograph session is underway. Fans here at New Smyrna looking for Speed51.com t-shirts should see Duke or Elgin at the start-finish line to purchase one during the autograph session. 
6:44
1986 Daytona 500 winner Geoff Bodine meets fans during the autograph session. (Speed51.com photo)
6:14
To the rear due to crew members touching the car after qualifying laps (cars are impounded as soon as they hit pit road)

20 – Anthony Sergi
9K – Kevin Henry
14 – Mario Maresca

The 38 of Robert Glover is electing to start at the rear. 

6:13
SUPER LATE MODEL QUALIFYING RESULTS

1 81 – Johnny VanDoorn 17.454
2 112 – Augie Grill 17.499
3 51 – Stephen Nasse 17.570
4 72 – Scott Heckert 17.591
5 89 – Matt Tifft 17.597
6 36 – Tim Russell 17.623
7 39 – Kenzie Ruston 17.637
8 26 – Travis Cope 17.638
9 26 – Preston Peltier 17.639
10 9 – Rich Clouser 17.685
11 29 – Austin Theriault 17.690
12 96 – Ben Kennedy 17.708
13 27 – Bobby Good 17.722
14 97 – Patrick Staropoli 17.750
15 30 – Bobby Knox, Jr. 17.762
16 07 – Jeff Scofield 17.830
17 18 – Hunter Robbins 17.848
18 71 – Jimmy Doyle 17.853
19 11 – David Rogers 17.856
20 22 – Dusty Cornelius 17.874
21 19 – Ray Black, Jr. 17.875
22 08 – Jake Griffin 17.876
23 20 – Anthony Sergi 17.927
24 31 – Terry Senneker, Jr. 17.937
25 129 – Spencer Davis 17.974
26 00 – CJ Castetter 18.139
27 9K – Kevin Henry 18.151
28 38 – Robert Glover 18.919
29 14 – Mario Maresca 20.151
30 18 – Casey Caudill No Time

6:05
That completes Super Late Model qualifying. Johnny VanDoorn has set fast time. 
6:04
Division: Super Late Models
39 – Kenzie Ruston
Lap 1: 17.776
Lap 2: 17.637
Best Lap: 17.637
6:03
Division: Super Late Models
96 – Ben Kennedy
Lap 1: 17.809
Lap 2: 17.708
Best Lap: 17.708
6:02
Division: Super Late Models
89 – Matt Tifft
Lap 1: 17.748
Lap 2: 17.597
Best Lap: 17.597
6:01
Division: Super Late Models
29 – Austin Theriault
Lap 1: 17.754
Lap 2: 17.690
Best Lap: 17.690
6:00
Division: Super Late Models
9 – Rich Clouser
Lap 1: 17.886
Lap 2: 17.695
Best Lap: 17.695
5:59
Division: Super Late Models
27 – Bobby Good
Lap 1: 17.869
Lap 2: 17.722
Best Lap: 17.722
5:58
Division: Super Late Models
31 – Terry Senneker, Jr.
Lap 1: 18.121
Lap 2: 17.937
Best Lap: 17.937
5:57
Division: Super Late Models
18 – Hunter Robbins
Lap 1: 17.934
Lap 2: 17.848
Best Lap: 17.848
5:55
Division: Super Late Models
36 – Tim Russell
Lap 1: 17.777
Lap 2: 17.623
Best Lap: 17.623
5:54
Cleanup is complete on the back stretch and we’re set to resume Super Late Model qualifying. 
5:49
Casey Caudill after getting into the wall. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:48
Casey Caudill was to be the next car out, but as he was coming up to speed on the back stretch after leaving pit road, he spun the 18 machine and hit the inside wall. Caudill has climbed from his car, but he will not be taking time. 
5:47
THROUGH 20 CARS
1 81 – Johnny VanDoorn 17.454
2 112 – Augie Grill 17.499
3 51 – Stephen Nasse 17.570
4 72 – Scott Heckert 17.591
5 26 – Travis Cope 17.638
6 26 – Preston Peltier 17.639
7 97 – Patrick Staropoli 17.750
8 30 – Bobby Knox, Jr. 17.762
9 07 – Jeff Scofield 17.830
10 71 – Jimmy Doyle 17.853
11 11 – David Rogers 17.856
12 22 – Dusty Cornelius 17.874
13 19 – Ray Black, Jr. 17.875
14 08 – Jake Griffin 17.876
15 20 – Anthony Sergi 17.927
16 129 – Spencer Davis 17.974
17 00 – CJ Castetter 18.130
18 9K – Kevin Henry 18.151
19 38 – Robert Glover 18.919
20 14 – Mario Maresca 20.151

5:46
Division: Super Late Models
08 – Jake Griffin
Lap 1: 18.003
Lap 2: 17.876
Best Lap: 17.876
5:45
Division: Super Late Models
72 – Scott Heckert
Lap 1: 17.739
Lap 2: 17.591
Best Lap: 17.591
5:44
Division: Super Late Models
22 – Dusty Cornelius
Lap 1: 18.103
Lap 2: 17.874
Best Lap: 17.874
5:43
Division: Super Late Models
51 – Stephen Nasse
Lap 1: 17.692
Lap 2: 17.570
Best Lap: 17.570
5:42
Division: Super Late Models
97 – Patrick Starapoli
Lap 1: 18.145
Lap 2: 17.750
Best Lap: 17.750
5:41
Division: Super Late Models
26 – Travis Cope
Lap 1: 17.695
Lap 2: 17.638
Best Lap: 17.638
5:39
Division: Super Late Models
14 – Mario Maresca
Lap 1: 20.227
Lap 2: 20.151
Best Lap: 20.151
5:38
Division: Super Late Models
9K – Kevin Henry
Lap 1: 18.291
Lap 2: 18.151
Best Lap: 18.151
5:37
Division: Super Late Models
07 – Jeff Scofield
Lap 1: 17.999
Lap 2: 17.830
Best Lap: 17.830
5:36
Division: Super Late Models
129 – Spencer Davis
Lap 1: 18.082
Lap 2: 17.974
Best Lap: 17.974
5:35
TOP 10 THROUGH 10 CARS
1 81 – Johnny VanDoorn 17.454
2 112 – Augie Grill 17.499
3 26 – Preston Peltier 17.639
4 30 – Bobby Knox, Jr. 17.762
5 71 – Jimmy Doyle 17.853
6 11 – David Rogers 17.856
7 19 – Ray Black, Jr. 17.875
8 20 – Anthony Sergi 17.927
9 00 – CJ Castetter 18.130
10 38 – Robert Glover 18.919
5:35
Division: Super Late Models
38 – Robert Glover
Lap 1: 19.711
Lap 2: 18.919
Best Lap: 18.919
5:34
Division: Super Late Models
11 – David Rogers
Lap 1: 17.898
Lap 2: 17.856
Best Lap: 17.856
5:32
Division: Super Late Models
71 – Jimmy Doyle
Lap 1: 18.090
Lap 2: 17.853
Best Lap: 17.853
5:31
Division: Super Late Models
30 – Bobby Knox, Jr.
Lap 1: 17.815
Lap 2: 17.762
Best Lap: 17.762
5:30
Division: Super Late Models
20 – Anthony Sergi
Lap 1: 18.114
Lap 2: 17.927
Best Lap: 17.927
5:29
Division: Super Late Models
19 – Ray Black, Jr.
Lap 1: 17.946
Lap 2: 17.875
Best Lap: 17.875
5:28
Division: Super Late Models
81 – Johnny VanDoorn
Lap 1: 17.586
Lap 2: 17.454
Best Lap: 17.454
5:28
Division: Super Late Models
00 – CJ Castetter
Lap 1: 18.273
Lap 2: 18.130
Best Lap: 18.130
5:26
Division: Super Late Models
112 – Augie Grill
Lap 1: 17.629
Lap 2: 17.499
Best Lap: 17.499
5:25
Division: Super Late Models
26 – Preston Peltier
Lap 1: 17.822
Lap 2: 17.639
Best Lap: 17.639
5:24
SLM qualifying is underway. Preston Peltier is first on track. 
5:19
Next up will be Super Late Model qualifying in just a couple minutes 
5:16
The Modifieds will start straight-up, no invert. 
5:15
Modified Time Trial Results
1 66H Dewayne Dempsey 18.530
2 15C Rich Clouser  18.599
3 11 Brian Nester 18.626
4 13 Kevin Terry 18.668
5 86 John Sappraicone Jr.  18.678
6 3 Wayne  Anderson 18.678
7 15 Tank Tucker 18.719
8 66 Jerry Symons 18.739
9 27 Jason Garver 18.744
10 9 Kurt Jett 18.759
11 4 Dalton Baldwin 18.787
12 96 Matt Wheeler 18.947
13 98 Robbie Cooper 18.963
14 4B Alan Bruns 18.965
15 4S Jarrett Snowden 18.974
16 25 L.J. Grimm 19.036
17 36 Austin Stamper 19.061
18 10 Travis Roland 19.073
19 22 Brandon Duchscherer 19.105
20 03 Kyle Bookmiller 19.119
21 42 Joe Axsom 19.181
22 38 Ricky Moxley 19.185
23 11T Josh Todd 19.275
24 11B Earl Beckner 19.295
25 1 Roger Blevin 19.356
26 97 Matthew Bosowski 19.399
27 21 Devin McLeod 19.425
28 10B Mike Burke 19.459
29 75 Bobby Blake 19.522
30 56 James Wright III 19.553
31 21 Shawn Monaghan 19.607
32 12 John Zider 19.709
33 55 Richard Elkins 19.760
34 24 Matt Anderson 19.967
35 14 Roger Benton 20.014
36 76 Jim Higginbotham 20.380
37 35 Rick Kase 20.717
5:15
That completes Modified qualifying. Dewayne Dempsey has set fast time for tonight’s $5,000 HTI 100-lap Modified feature. 
5:14
Division: Modifieds
14 – Roger Benton
Lap 1: 20.014
Lap 2: 20.635
Best Lap: 20.014
5:13
Division: Modifieds
13 – Kevin Terry
Lap 1: 18.813
Lap 2: 18.668
Best Lap: 18.668
5:12
Division: Modifieds
12 – John Zidek
Lap 1: 19.739
Lap 2: 19.709
Best Lap: 19.709
5:10
Division: Modifieds
03 – Kyle Bookmiller
Lap 1: 19.119
Lap 2: 19.185
Best Lap: 19.119
5:09
Division: Modifieds
9 – Kurt Jett
Lap 1: 18.828
Lap 2: 18.759
Best Lap: 18.759
5:08
Division: Modifieds
4 – Alan Bruns
Lap 1: 18.994
Lap 2: 18.965
Best Lap: 18.965
5:07
Division: Modifieds
22 – Brandon Duchscherer
Lap 1: 19.238
Lap 2: 19.105
Best Lap: 19.105
5:06
Top 30 after 30
1 66H Dewayne Dempsey 18.530
2 15C Rich Clouser  18.599
3 11 Brian Nester 18.626
4 86 John Sappraicone Jr.  18.678
5 3 Wayne  Anderson 18.678
6 15 Tank Tucker 18.719
7 66 Jerry Symons 18.739
8 27 Jason Garver 18.744
9 4 Dalton Baldwin 18.787
10 96 Matt Wheeler 18.947
11 98 Robbie Cooper 18.963
12 4S Jarrett Snowden 18.974
13 25 L.J. Grimm 19.036
14 36 Austin Stamper 19.061
15 10 Travis Roland 19.073
16 42 Joe Axsom 19.181
17 38 Ricky Moxley 19.185
18 11T Josh Todd 19.275
19 11B Earl Beckner 19.295
20 1 Roger Blevin 19.356
21 97 Matthew Bosowski 19.399
22 21 Devin McLeod 19.425
23 10B Mike Burke 19.459
24 75 Bobby Blake 19.522
25 56 James Wright III 19.553
26 21 Shawn Monaghan 19.607
27 55 Richard Elkins 19.760
28 24 Matt Anderson 19.967
29 76 Jim Higginbotham 20.380
30 35 Rick Kase 20.717
5:06
Division: Modifieds
21 – Devin McLeod
Lap 1: 19.529
Lap 2: 19.425
Best Lap: 19.425
5:04
Division: Modifieds
42 – Joe Axsom
Lap 1: 19.201
Lap 2: 19.181
Best Lap: 19.181
5:03
Division: Modifieds
11 – Brian Nester
Lap 1: 18.626
Lap 2: 18.691
Best Lap: 18.626
5:02
Division: Modifieds
98 – Robbie Cooper
Lap 1: 18.989
Lap 2: 18.963
Best Lap: 18.963
5:01
Top of the board for Dempsey 
5:01
Division: Modifieds
66H – Dewayne Dempsey
Lap 1: 18.607
Lap 2: 18.530
Best Lap: 18.530
5:00
Division: Modifieds
3 – Wayne Anderson
Lap 1: 18.846
Lap 2: 18.678
Best Lap: 18.678
4:59
Division: Modifieds
24 – Matt Anderson
Lap 1: 20.565
Lap 2: 19.967
Best Lap: 19.967
4:57
Division: Modifieds
11 – Josh Todd
Lap 1: 19.481
Lap 2: 19.275
Best Lap: 19.275
4:56
Yes folks, Tucker did run identical lap times in both his laps. 
4:56
Division: Modifieds
15 – Tank Tucker
Lap 1: 18.719
Lap 2: 18.719
Best Lap: 18.719
4:55
Division: Modifieds
27 – Jason Garver
Lap 1: 18.847
Lap 2: 18.744
Best Lap: 18.744
4:54
Division: Modifieds
56 – James Wright III
Lap 1: 19.618
Lap 2: 19.553
Best Lap: 19.553
4:53
Division: Modifieds
11B – Earl Beckner
Lap 1: 19.295
Lap 2: 19.395
Best Lap: 19.295
4:51
Division: Modifieds
1 – Roger Blevins
Lap 1: 19.449
Lap 2: 19.356
Best Lap: 19.356
4:50
Clouser to P1 
4:50
Division: Modifieds
15C – Rich Clouser
Lap 1: 18.730
Lap 2: 18.599
Best Lap: 18.599
4:49
Division: Modifieds
55 – Richard Elkins
Lap 1: 19.820
Lap 2: 19.760
Best Lap: 19.760
4:48
Division: Modifieds
76 – Jim Higginbotham
Lap 1: 20.380
Lap 2: 20.625
Best Lap: 20.380
4:47
Division: Modifieds
25 – LJ Grimm
Lap 1: 19.036
Lap 2: 19.082
Best Lap: 19.036
4:45
Division: Modifieds
36 – Austin Stamper
Lap 1: 19.099
Lap 2: 19.061
Best Lap: 19.061
4:44
Division: Modifieds
4 – Dalton Baldwin
Lap 1: 18.787
Lap 2: 18.814
Best Lap: 18.787
4:43
Division: Modifieds
96 – Matt Wheeler
Lap 1: 19.091
Lap 2: 18.947
Best Lap: 18.947
4:42
Top 10 after 10
1 86 John Sappraicone Jr. 18.678
2 66 Jerry Symons 18.739
3 4S Jarrett Snowden 18.974
4 10 Travis Roland 19.073
5 38 Ricky Moxley 19.185
6 97 Matthew Bosowski 19.399
7 10B Mike Burke 19.459
8 75 Bobby Blake 19.522
9 21 Shawn Monaghan 19.607
10 35 Rick Kase 20.717
4:42
Division: Modifieds
38 – Ricky Moxley
Lap 1: 19.185
Lap 2: 19.247
Best Lap: 19.185
4:41
Division: Modifieds
4 – Jarrett Snowden
Lap 1: 19.160
Lap 2: 18.974
Best Lap: 18.974
4:40
Division: Modifieds
66 – Jerry Symons
Lap 1: 18.759
Lap 2: 18.739
Best Lap: 18.739
4:38
Division: Modifieds
10B – Mike Burke
Lap 1: 19.459
Lap 2: 19.474
Best Lap: 19.459
4:38
Roger Blevins was the next car out, but his transponder did not pick up on the timing system. He’ll have to re-qualify at the end of the session. 
4:36
Division: Modifieds
21 – Shawn Monaghan
Lap 1: 19.675
Lap 2: 19.607
Best Lap: 19.607
4:35
Division: Modifieds
97 – Matthew Bosowski
Lap 1: 19.432
Lap 2: 19.399
Best Lap: 19.399
4:34
Division: Modifieds
35 – Rick Kase
Lap 1: 20.828
Lap 2: 20.717
Best Lap: 20.717
4:32
Division: Modifieds
10 – Travis Roland
Lap 1: 19.073
Lap 2: 19.163
Best Lap: 19.073
4:31
Division: Modifieds
86 – John Sappraicone, Jr.
Lap 1: 18.678
Lap 2: 18.707
Best Lap: 18.678
4:30
Division: Modifieds
75 – Bobby Blake
Lap 1: 19.713
Lap 2: 19.522
Best Lap: 19.522
4:29
Each driver will get one warm-up lap 
4:29
Bobby Blake will be first on track. 
4:28
Modified qualifying is set to begin. 
4:24
Comment From trucker jim 

put it on ’em nester!!! 

4:24
We are starting to prep for the time trials here at New Smyrna. 
4:14
Spencer Davis sporting the new Speed51.com stickers. Racers here at New Smyrna should see one of the 51 staffers for theirs to put on their car here tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
4:04
The Modifieds and Super Late Models sit ready for qualifying. (Speed51.com photo)
4:04
Almost time to go fast. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:03
Mike Cope chats with Rich Clouser. (Speed51.com photo)
3:21
We’re just about an hour away from the start of qualifying at 4:30pm ET 
3:19
Comment From bkrgrl29 

Let’s Go Austin!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 Sending it all from NC! BKR!! 

3:10
New Smyrna Speedway (FL) made an announcement here yesterday that the 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup 200 will move back to Saturday, October 26th in 2013. This will allow for teams to plan for the event without the effects from Thanksgiving, the local area fair and the Snowball Derby. It will also move the event off the same weekend as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series finale at Homestead Speedway (FL). Check out news and information on all event here at New Smyrna Speedway on their website www.NewSmyrnaSpeedway.org
3:08
Comment From MADDUX 

GOOD LUCK TO AUGIE GRILL AND HUNTER ROBBINS. 

2:57
Super Late Models have lined up on the grid and are ready for time trials. Modified are now doing the same. We are hearing that some addition Modifieds have shown up and we are pushing 40 if not over at this point. 
2:20
At the same time we have gained a Super Late Model C.J. Castetter will run the Governor’s Cup 200.
2:14
The 07 of Steven Simpson withdrew from the Super Late Model show. 
2:07
the light shower has ended. 
2:02
We’re going to take a quick break for some lunch here at New Smyrna. We’ll have more coverage in a bit. 
1:56
Comment From cale

hard field for the Fl boys to get the cup back.Glad to see some out of towners here today. gonna be good tonight 

1:56
Comment From Forrest MMS Fire/Rescue

Good luck to all the racers from Montgomery Motor Speedway 

1:56
Timmy Russell hopes to bring Barn Light Electric to victory lane for the first time. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:46
Jeff Scofield reaches for the car cover which is not needed at this point. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:42
We have a brief shower here at the speedway. If there was a time for this to happen its now. Hopefully this blows out of the area quickly. 
1:38
This is Augie Grill’s first race here at New Smyrna Speedway (FL). He told us this place is a lot of fun. 
1:35
Kenzie Ruston at the scales. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:27
Jerry Symons is a Five Time Smyrna Speedweeks Modified Champion. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:16
Wayne Anderson will be in a Modified tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:14
According to track officials, Anderson disagreed with some of the track’s Super Late Model rules and policies, stemming from an incident at a recent race where he was not allowed to run bleeders in his wheels. 
1:14
Comment From cale 

Why isnt anderson racing his super? 

1:12
FINAL MODIFIED PRACTICE TIMES

1 66 – Jerry Symons 18.851
2 3 – Wayne Anderson 18.878
3 86 – John Sappraicone, Jr. 18.896
4 4B – Alan Bruns 18.961
5 66H – Dewayne Depsey 18.961
6 15 – Tank Tucker 18.983
7 4S – Jarrett Snowden 19.029
8 9 – Kurt Jett 19.039
9 11 – Brian Nester 19.069
10 57 – Timmy Moore 19.071
11 98 – Robbie Cooper 19.091
12 42 – Joe Axsom 19.123
13 13 – Kevin Terry 19.128
14 38 – Chad Pierce 19.160
15 27 – Jason Garver 19.203
16 10 – Travis Roland 19.276
17 11 – Josh Todd 19.394
18 36 – Austin Stamper 19.431
19 21 – Devin McLeod 19.455
20 56 – James Wright III 19.520
21 03 – Kyle Bookmiller 19.542
22 22 – Brandon Duchscherer 19.569
23 12 – John Zidek 19.610
24 1 – Roger Blevin 19.610
25 38 – Ricky Moxley 19.663
26 24 – Matt Anderson 19.667
27 55 – Richard Elkins 19.751
28 14 – Roger Benton 20.125
29 76 – Jim Higginbotham 20.213
30 35 – Rick Kase 20.933

1:03
Practice is complete for the Modifieds. We’ll have their results shortly. Practice is now complete for the day. The next on-track action will be qualifying starting at 4:30pm ET 
12:53
Johnny VanDoorn is back working with his brother Butch this weekend on the Campi No. 81. Butch VanDoorn spent the 2012 season working with Pro Late Model driver Cody Coughlin, but recently took a position with Port City Racecars in Michigan. Butch was the crew chief for his older brother Johnny for two ARCA/CRA Super Series Championships. The brothers are helping get Campi’s ACR Driver Development porgram launched with an eye towards finding drivers to compete for the race-winning team in 2013. 
12:51
Johnny VanDoorn in the ACR Driver Development No. 81 (Speed51.com photo)
12:48
Jerry Symons leads the second round of practice. 
12:44
FIRST OPEN WHEEL MODIFIED PRACTICE RESULTS
1 3 Wayne Anderson 18.899
2 66 Jerry Symons 18.922
3 15 Rich Clouser 18.928
4 57 Timmy Moore 18.968
5 15 Tank Tucker 18.989
6 11 Brian Nester 19.033
7 27 Jason Garver 19.086
8 10 Travis Roland 19.101
9 13 Kevin Terry 19.103
10 9 Kurt Jett 19.117
11 11 Josh Todd 19.190
12 25 L.J. Grimm 19.197
13 96 Matt Wheeler 19.206
14 4B Alan Bruns 19.262
15 42 Joe Axsom 19.340
16 98 Robbie Cooper 19.381
17 21 Devin McLeod 19.455
18 03 Kyle Bookmiller 19.475
19 4 Dalton Baldwin 19.478
20 22 Brandon Duchscherer 19.508
21 12 John Zider 19.571
22 38 Chad Pierce 19.594
23 38 Ricky Moxley 19.604
24 56 James Wright III 19.655
25 24 Matt Anderson 19.733
26 36 Austin Stamper 19.772
27 55 Richard Elkins 19.835
28 1 Roger Blevin 19.929
29 14 Roger Benton 20.654
30 35 Rick Kase 21.978
31 66H Dewayne Dempsey no time
32 21 Mike Dahm no time
33 75 Bobby Blake no time
34 76 Jim Higginbotham no time
35 97 Matthew Bosowski no time
36 4S Jarrett Snowden no time
37 86 John Sappraken Jr. no time
12:37
SECOND/FINAL SUPER LATE MODEL PRACTICE RESULTS

1 81 – Johnny VanDoorn 17.647
2 29T – Austin Theriault 17.729
3 26 – Preston Peltier 17.747
4 39 – Kenzie Ruston 17.801
5 31 – Terry Senneker 17.814
6 51 – Stephen Nasse 17.830
7 112 – Augie Grill 17.870
8 36 – Tim Russell 17.997
9 9 – Rich Clouser 18.026
10 07 – Jeff Scofield 18.040
11 97 – Patrick Staropoli 18.044
12 08 – Jake Griffin 18.045
13 30 – Bobby Knox, Jr. 18.077
14 89 – Matt Tifft 18.078
15 18 – Hunter Robbins 18.092
16 11 – David Rogers 18.108
17 27 – Bobby Good 18.113
18 26 – Travis Cope 18.122
19 29 – Spencer Davis 18.129
20 72 – Scott Heckert 18.131
21 96 – Ben Kennedy 18.155
22 18 – Casey Caudill 18.191
23 71 – Jimmy Doyle 18.234
24 19 – Ray Black, Jr. 18.445

12:32
Johnny VanDoorn was quickest in final Super Late Model practice.

Also, timing and scoring has all the information entered from the first Modified practice earlier today. We’ll have those results once we can type them out. 

12:28
Super Late Model practice is now complete for the day. We’ll have results shortly. 
12:27
The granddaddy of all short track races is quickly approaching. The 45th Annual Snowball Derby will be held at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway November 28th through December 2nd. It’s annually the can’t-miss show that brings in fans from all over to witness 300-laps of Super Late Model action, plus the Snowflake 100 and local divisions over four days of on-track action with a pit party to kick things off.

Get your tickets now by calling the Five Flags Speedway track office, 850-944-8400 or visit www.snowballderby.com

12:25
Check out some of the big names who have run and won this race. http://www.shorttrackhistory.org/Events/govcup200.html
12:15
Spencer Davis’ and Augie Grill’s teams work on their cars on pit road. (Speed51.com photo)
12:14
The Super Late Models are on track. We have not had any on-track incidents yet today. 
12:12
Yesterday, Super Late Model racer Stephen Nasse let Speed51.com’s cameras take a few laps with him during practice for today’s race. Watch as Stephen, a multiple-time winner here at New Smyrna, wrestles his No. 51 machine around this half-mile track.

12:12
Comment From Mike Russell 

Good Luck Michigan Drivers Johnny Van Doorn & Terry Senneker Make Us Proud! 

12:12
Comment From slmfan 

Best field at the Gov cup in many years AWESOME 

12:09
Brian Nester has twice won the “Run for the Gun 50” at Winchester and he won the big Modified race at Five Flags Speedway (FL) as apart of the Snowball Derby last year. We’ll see if he can keep up his record in the 100-lapper tonight. (Speed51.com
12:07
Daytona Beach, FL’s Ben Kennedy cut his racing teeth here at the New Smyrna half-mile. (Speed51.com photo)
12:03
Former PASS National Champion Preston Peltier is here to battle in the Governor’s Cup 200. (Speed51.com photo)
12:03
Comment From calvin 

thank you speed51 for your coverage!! ill tell you there are alot of good drivers for tonights 200 lapper!!! 

12:01
Super Late Models are back out for another round of practice. 
12:01
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12:01
A follow up on the Modified times, event timing and scoring officials have just told us that because they are still entering in names to associate with the transponders on each car, they will not have a practice result from the first Modified session. They should have everything entered in as necessary for their second round later on this afternoon. 
11:58
Hey fans, if you’re here at the track, Speed51.com has shirts available for sale. Limited quantities and sizes are available, so stop either of our staff members here this weekend (Matt “Duke” Kentfield or Elgin Traylor) to get yours today. 
11:58
Local favorite Stephen Nasse did not practice in the first round, but he’s on of the first cars in line for the second round.
11:58
First Modified practice is complete. We’ll have those times as they become available. 
11:56
Kenzie Ruston was P1 in first SLM practice.
11:53
FIRST SUPER LATE MODEL PRACTICE RESULTS

1 39 – Kenzie Ruston 17.756
2 81 – Johnny VanDoorn 17.801
3 26 – Travis Cope 17.943
4 36 – Tim Russell 18.022
5 22 – Dusty Cornelius 18.061
6 07 – Jeff Scofield 18.064
7 29T – Austin Theriault 18.087
8 27 – Bobby Good 18.091
9 72 – Scott Heckert 18.171
10 11 – David Rogers 18.188
11 29 – Spencer Davis 18.229
12 26 – Preston Peltier 18.241
13 31 – Terry Senneker 18.258
14 96 – Ben Kennedy 18.271
15 71NC – Jimmy Doyle 18.302
16 112 – Augie Grill 18.302
17 9 – Rich Clouser 23.343 

11:52
Seventeen cars took time in the first session.  There are 32 cars registered today. 
11:50
First SLM practice results are in and Kenzie Ruston was the quickest.  We’re typing in the time sheet now, stand by for full results 
11:48
Comment From Daniel Hemric

The anticipation is killing me lol….Thanks for the coverage Speed51 

11:33
We are going to have one heck of a modified show tonight.
11:33
The Super Stocks had a brief session, now the Modifieds are about to take the track. 
11:25
First Super Late Model practice is in the books. We will have times shortly. 
11:22
We are looking at close to 30 Modifieds for the 100 lap event tonight. 
11:16
The Kenzie Ruston car up on jack stands after the first few minutes of practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:15
Travis Cope’s crew works on his number 26. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:00
They be young, but they hope their dad Jerry Symons can win tonight in the Modified race. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:59
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thank you Speed51.com and Progressive Engines for this weekend’s coverage! 

10:59
We’re headed out to shoot some photos of practice.  We’ll post practice times once we get them. 
10:57
Comment From Guest 

Go AustinTheriault in the #29 BKR Dodge!!! 

10:56
Super Late Model practice is set to begin in about five minutes. 
10:54
The Modified race will have a break at lap 50 as teams can refuel and make adjustments. The race will feature 100 green flag laps. 
10:53
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10:53
Comment From den 

Awesome coverage last night speed 51 next best thing to being there THANKS 

10:53
Comment From Pamela 

Thank you Speed51 .. Wishing Jake and Scott some luck from Indiana ! He did great last night for his first time on asphalt 🙂 

10:53
The 200 lap Super Late Model race will feature a 10 minute break at lap 100. You can not gain or lose position at the break unless you don’t answer the call after the 10 minutes. Teams will have eight tires for the race and can add their new tires at any point tonight. Caution laps will count. 
10:52
Last night here at New Smyrna, Brandon Johnson won an exciting Pro Late Model 100-lapper to kick off Governor’s Cup Weekend action.  To replay all of last night’s Trackside Now coverage, click this link:

http://www.speed51.com/2012_Stories/SLM/Trackside_Now_Gov_Cup_11_16.html

10:42
Comment From old man richard

Looking forward to a great day of racing == Stocked up Root Beer & Pop Corn & Frankfuters == Nothing could be finer == Speed51 & gang thanks == Everybody have a safe race == Thanks to the track & sponsors for making this possible == pull those belts tight == and have fun == Happy holidays == A racing nut == Conyers, Ga. == 

10:42
Comment From Lenny

Good luck to Nasse,Ruston,and Tifft 

10:42
Drivers meeting. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:34
A busy tech line this morning. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:31
If you win you get your name on this trophy. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:24
Lots of cars in the pits this morning. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:12
They fall into the Florida / IMCA type. Same they run at Speedweeks, other then the Tour Types and SK Mods. 
10:12
Comment From Jesse 

What kind of modifieds? Tour or SK? 

10:12
We see a few new cars here today in the likes of Augie Grill in his traditional red number 112 and Preston Peltier in the number 26 out of North Carolina. 
10:10
Late last night and early this morning found the Anthony Sergi team hard at work to fix the back end of the 20 machine after yesterday’s practice crash. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:08
We see a mixed line of Modifieds and Super Late Models going into the tech area before practice. 
10:07
Today’s Schedule
9am – Pit Gates Open
10:30am – Drivers / Spotters Meeting
11-1:00pm – Practice
1 – 3:00pm – Super Late Model – Pre-Qualifying Tech
4pm – Grandstands Open
4:30pm – Qualfying – Modifieds / Super Late Models
6:00pm – On-Track Autograph Session
6:45pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies
7:15pm – Opening Ceremonies
7:30pm Feature Racing Begins
47th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup 200
Super Stocks 25 Laps
Open Wheel Modifieds – 100 laps
10:07
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10:04
Good morning and welcome to New Smyrna Speedway, just outside New Smyrna Beach, Florida, where today some of the country’s top Super Late Model racers will battle for 200 laps in the 47th Annual Governor’s Cup 200 presented by Bright House Networks.
10:03
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Trackside Now: Florida Governor’s Cup – New Smyrna Speedway (FL) – 11/17/12