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A big Thanks to JRi Shocks for presenting today’s Trackside Now of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, Ohio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please Click here to visit site
1:22
After an eventful day at the track and a four hour rain delay JR Roahrig has been crowned the victor of the Glass City 200 for the first time ever. We thank each and everyone of you for sticking out our delays with us and finishing out this race. From all of us at Speed51, good night!
1:20
26th Annual Great Lakes Helicopters Glass City 200 UNOFFICIAL Results  

1 25 JR Roahrig
2 18 Jeff Ganus
3 71 Harold Fair Jr
4 8 Dakota Carlson
5 56 Brad Riethmeyer
6 0 Nick Bailey
7 0 Johnny Belott
8 42 Chad Finley
9 41 Brent Jack
10 45 Frank Jiovani
11 51 Scott Pemberton
12 88 Billy Roberts
13 10 Jack Landis
14 33 Dave Stehower
15 37 Terry Senneker
16 90 Dennis Strickland
17 31 Trey Duebel
18 25 Josh Way
19 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr
20 16 Steve Needles
21 51 Chris Benson
22 72 Scott Hantz
23 40 Nick Grodi
24 1 Todd Currier
25 44 Paul Pelletier
26 33 Jake Francis
27 53 Joe Hawes
28 5 Brian Ross
29 2 Alex Rosenberry

1:17
JR Roahrig wins his first ever Glass City 200. (Speed51.com photo)
12:59
It is official. At 1:00 in the morning and at lap 101 the race has concluded. JR Roahrig will bring home the victory.
12:58
Race monitor went down after the rain delay. We are working on a run down
12:58
Top 3:
1. JR Roahrig
2. Jeff Ganus
3. Harold Fair
12:52
12:50
Terry Senneker is done for the night after pulling behind pit road due to losing power
12:48
It is raining again on race track. We are on lap 101 so the race will be official. The officials say that they will try things and make it work tonight
12:37
Lap 100/YELLOW FLAG: There will be a 20 minute break for crews to do work on their cars
12:36
Lap 99: Roahrig puts a gap on Ganus.
12:36
Lap 98: Roahrig to the low side and successfully passes Jeff Ganus for the lead
12:35
Lap 97: Johnny Belott around the outside of Finley for the seventh spot
12:35
Lap 94: Fair is staring to make his way up to the battle for the lead
12:34
At lap 100 we will have a competition caution
12:34
Lap 91: Roahrig is still trying both the high side and the low side in attempts to take over the lead
12:33
Lap 89: Finley is back to seventh
12:33
Lap 87: Nick Bailey and Dakota Carlson fight for the fourth spot on the track
12:32
Lap 85: Battle on the top of the track as Roahrig tries and use the high side to his advantage around Ganus
12:32
Lap 82: Harold Fair is on his own as he is running down Roahrig
12:31
Lap 79: Chad FInley has lost alot of ground he started in the third position and has fallen back to sixth
12:30
GREEN FLAG: Jeff Ganus leads JR Roahrid to the line
12:30
Terry Senneker goes to the tail for losing power on the caution and going into pit road
12:19
RED FLAG: Trey Deubel hits hard on the back stretch wall. Dennis Strickland is also backed against the inside wall
12:18
Lap 73: Chad Finley is slowing up, Harold Fair is right on his tail and will attempt the low side
12:17
Lap 70: Jeff Ganus is on a mission to chase down leader Terry Senneker
12:16
Lap 68: Roahrig has left Finley, putting several car lengths between the two
12:16
Lap 66: JR Roahrig puts the moves on Finley and slides around him taking over the third spot
12:15
Lap 64: Scott Hantz who was on the track at the time of the rain delay did not come back onto the track once we regained the track
12:14
Lap 62: Senneker makes his way around cars at the back of the pack putting them a lap down
12:14
Lap 59: Nick Bailey is now taking on Brent Jack in a fight for the seventh spot
12:13
Lap 57: Terry Senneker has left Jeff Ganus in the dust as he makes his way through traffic
12:12
Lap 54: Roahrig continues to battle with Finley for the third position
12:12
Lap 52: Harold Fair is several car lengths back off of Roahrig
12:11
Lap 50: Brent Jack who was sent to the tail early in the race or being involved in a caution is now made his way back up to seventh
12:11
Lap 48: Ganus falls back slightly off of Senneker
12:10
Lap 46: JR Roahrig is on the bumper of Finley and battles for the final podium position
12:10
Lap 44: Ganus with the run on the low side. He looks to try and make his way around Senneker
12:09
Lap 43: Steve Needles pulls his machine into the pits
12:09
GREEN FLAG: Ganus sticks right with Senneker on the restart.
12:05
Cars are back rolling under yellow flag conditions
11:58
We are still under red flag
11:56
Brad Riethmeyer heads down pit road, he had a right rear tire going down
11:55
11:52
Engines have refired on the track
11:51
Chris Benson is up and out of the car and is okay.
11:51
RED FLAG: Chris Benson hits the turn four wall and a fire burst out under the hood
11:50
Lap 40: Top 5:
1. Senneker
2. Ganus
3. Finley
4. Roahrig
5. Fair
11:49
Lap 38: Ganus is closely trailing behind Terry Senneker in the runner up spot
11:49
Lap 37: Finley has backed off the bumper of Ganus
11:48
Lap 35: The drivers are turning very fast laps around the 1/2 mile track
11:48
Lap 33: JR Roahrig follows suit around Fair and finds himself behind Finley
11:47
Lap 31: Chad Finley launches forward and smoothly takes the inside lane arounf Fair for the third position
11:47
GREEN FLAG: Terry Senneker with the jump at the line
11:46
Terry Senneker and Harold Fair Jr will bring the field to the green
11:45
We are 30 laps in with 170 green flag laps to go.
11:45
We are going racing! We are getting the white flag at the line
11:37
Comment From Jon in Phoenix

Chad Finley #42 – Get in front and stay there!

11:36
Track drying is still underway from the 21 outlaw late models.
11:26
11:26
The bottom groove is looking dry although the top grove still needs some work
11:22
And we have race cars on the track
11:20
21 cars are remaining in the field
11:13
There are still 170 laps remaining in the 26th Annual Glass City 200 tonight
11:13
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A big Thanks to JRi Shocks for presenting today’s Trackside Now of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, Ohio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please Click here to visit site
11:10
Official word from the Toledo Speedway staff, They are pulling the safety vehicles off of the track, drivers are getting strapped in their cars and will go out on the track under yellow flag to finish drying the track.
11:09
Comment From Linda Ruppert

Cheering for Chad Finley…from Jackson, Michigan

10:31
Comment From Guest

Let’s go JR Roahrig

10:30
Traffic is still on the track in drying efforts.
10:17
Numerous safety cars are on the track trying their best to get the track dry
10:17
Comment From LG

Go get ’em, Chad Finley…! You are a great driver, so don’t let the Fairs or Sennekers stop you.!

10:00
Track drying is still underway here at Toledo.
9:42
Just got word from the track officials, track drying practice will be underway in approximately 5 minutes.
9:35
Talked with the crew from JR Roahrig. They are all extremely happy with how the car is running and would love to see this race get back underway tonight.
9:18
9:18
A big Thanks to JRi Shocks for presenting today’s Trackside Now of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, Ohio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please Click here to visit site
9:17
Current Running Order at the time of the Rain Delay  

1 37 Terry Senneker
2 71 Harold Fair Jr
3 18 Jeff Ganus
4 25 JR Roahrig
5 42 Chad Finley
6 56 Brad Riethmeyer
7 0 Johnny Belott
8 8 Dakota Carlson
9 90 Dennis Strickland
10 45 Frank Jiovani
11 51 Scott Pemberton
12 10 Jack Landis
13 41 Brent Jack
14 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr
15 88 Billy Roberts
16 33 Dave Stehower
17 0 Nick Bailey
18 16 Steve Needles
19 31 Trey Duebel
20 25 Josh Way
21 51 Chris Benson
22 72 Scott Hantz
23 40 Nick Grodi
24 1 Todd Currier
25 44 Paul Pelletier
26 33 Jake Francis
27 53 Joe Hawes
28 5 Brian Ross
29 2 Alex Rosenberry
30 38 Michael Simko

9:13
We are still waiting out the rain. Officials are wanting to get the race in. They said they will do whatever they need to do to get the track ready to go tonight
8:16
Track officials are still decided what they want to do for the night. It is still raining at the track.
8:14
Comment From Rob Liedel

Sitting in the parking lot now. Not much racing going on, but them boys sure got up on the wheel when they knew it was going to rain. I know I’m going to stick with Speed51.com coverage to get my updates.

7:31
Officials said they are going to do everything in their power to be able to go back racing.
7:28
YELLOW FLAG: Lightening is in the air. They will take all cars to the pits
7:27
Lap 29: Roahrig to the inside of Finley
7:27
Lap 27: Finley goes to work on Ganus, but the doctor JR Roahrig throws himself in the mix and gets in between Ganus and Finley
7:26
Lap 26: Fair gets the position
7:26
Lap 24: Harold Fair and Jeff Ganus duke it out for the runner up position. They both have a bumper full of Chad Finley
7:25
GREEN FLAG: Senneker easily pulls away from Fair
7:25
The track crew is working hard with the clean ups. Weather could start to play a factor for us.
7:23
Todd Currier smacks the wall. (Speed51 photo)
7:19
YELLOW FLAG: Josh Way, Paul Pelletier, and Nick Grodi getting together and smacks the turn three wall
7:19
Lap 23: Senneker to the outside and will take over the lead
7:18
GREEN FLAG: Senneker gives Fair a run on the restart
7:17
YELLOW FLAG: Nick Bailey again around in turn four
7:16
GREEN FLAG: Terry Senneker to inside groove of Reithmeyer and now claims the second position
7:16
Steve Needles and Scott Hantz return to the field
7:15
Jake Francis takes his car to the pits and go to work on the rear end to see if they can can get it back rolling
7:11
YELLOW FLAG: Scott Hantz and Jake Francis make contact and make contact with the turn one wall
7:11
Lap 20: Roahrig is forced to the high side and Scott Hantz rides the low side around him
7:10
GREEN FLAG: Terry Senneker uses the inside to his advantage and is now setting his sights on Ganus for thrid
7:08
7:06
YELLOW FLAG: Nick Bailey spins on the apron coming out of turn four
7:06
Lap 15: battle is for the third position as Ganus gets around Bailey on the high side
7:05
Lap 13: Steve Needles goes to the high side and attempts his way around Francis but gets shuffled back
7:04
GREEN FLAG: Fair takes the low side and rockets packs Reithmeyer
7:04
Field is doubled back up and will go green the next time by
7:02
Two go at the line
7:02
Top 20

1 71 Harold Fair Jr
2 56 Brad Riethmeyer
3 0 Nick Bailey
4 18 Jeff Ganus
5 33 Jake Francis
6 16 Steve Needles
7 37 Terry Senneker
8 8 Dakota Carlson
9 25 JR Roahrig
10 42 Chad Finley
11 72 Scott Hantz
12 41 Brent Jack
13 0 Johnny Belott
14 90 Dennis Strickland
15 51 Scott Pemberton
16 10 Jack Landis
17 45 Frank Jiovani
18 40 Nick Grodi
19 31 Trey Duebel
20 88 Billy Roberts
6:58
6:58
Cars are fired and back rolling
6:58
Brian Ross is okay after the hard impact
6:55
Brian Ross’s ride is being taken off on the flat bed. (Speed51.com photo)
6:47
6:47
The field has came to a stop with the red flag being displayed
6:46
Brent Jack slid into the mess trying to avoid.
6:46
Brian Ross into the turn three wall. (Speed51.com)
6:44
YELLOW FLAG: Brian Ross backs it hard in the turn three wall.
6:43
Lap 9: Angola Speedway natives Scott Hantz and Brent Jack are door to door coming out of four in a battle for the 12th spot
6:42
Lap 7: Nick Bailey and Brad Riethmeyer duke it out for the runner up position
6:42
Lap 5: Terry Senneker looks to the inside of Ross, but the door is shut
6:41
Lap 3: Jake Francis tags the left rear of Ganus but they both keep it straight
6:41
Lap 1: Fair gains control of the field and puts car lengths on Riethmeyer
6:40
GREEN FLAG: Harold Fair and Brad Riethmeyer side by side though one and two
6:40
White Flag is in the air
6:39
Starting Line-Up  

1 71 Harold Fair Jr
2 56 Brad Riethmeyer
3 18 Jeff Ganus
4 0 Nick Bailey
5 33 Jake Francis
6 16 Steve Needles
7 8 Dakota Carlson
8 37 Terry Senneker
9 25 JR Roahrig
10 42 Chad Finley
11 72 Scott Hantz
12 5 Brian Ross
13 90 Dennis Strickland
14 41 Brent Jack
15 0 Johnny Belott
16 10 Jack Landis
17 51 Scott Pemberton
18 2 Alex Rosenberry
19 44 Paul Pelletier
20 45 Frank Jiovani
21 40 Nick Grodi
22 31 Trey Duebel
23 88 Billy Roberts
24 25 Josh Way
25 1 Todd Currier
26 38 Michael Simko
27 53 Joe Hawes
28 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr
29 33 Dave Stehower
30 51 Chris Benson

6:35
6:34
The kids from Great Lakes Helicopter gives the starting command for the race.
6:31
Alex Rosenberry waits as driver introductions continue.  (Speed51.com photo)
6:31
There will be a 10 minute break at lap 100. Drivers can do anything that they need to and or want to to their machines
6:30
Comment From Guest

Brian Ross always fast..

6:30
New teammates Chad Finley and Scott Hantz talk for a few before strapping in.  (Speed51.com photo)
6:29
Fast qualifier Brian Ross will start iin the 12th position.  (Speed51.com photo)
6:28
Comment From scott

71 to the front!

6:28
Jake Francis and Jeff Ganus talk before climbing in their machines. (Speed51.com photo)
6:27
Comment From Guest

Wish the #24 was there

6:27
Comment From Guest

Get it done #25

6:27
Comment From Cuz in Texas

GO #42

6:26
Stout group of cars lined up at the start finish line. (Speed51.com photo)
6:25
30 drivers are lined up on the front stretch ready to go 200 laps.
6:12
26th Annual Glass City 200 Starting Line-Up  

1 71 Harold Fair Jr
2 56 Brad Riethmeyer
3 18 Jeff Ganus
4 0 Nick Bailey
5 33 Jake Francis
6 16 Steve Needles
7 8 Dakota Carlson
8 37 Terry Senneker
9 25 JR Roahrig
10 42 Chad Finley
11 72 Scott Hantz
12 5 Brian Ross
13 90 Dennis Strickland
14 41 Brent Jack
15 0 Johnny Belott
16 10 Jack Landis
17 51 Scott Pemberton
18 2 Alex Rosenberry
19 44 Paul Pelletier
20 45 Frank Jiovani
21 40 Nick Grodi
22 31 Trey Duebel
23 88 Billy Roberts
24 25 Josh Way
25 1 Todd Currier
26 38 Michael Simko
27 53 Joe Hawes
28 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr
29 33 Dave Stehower
30 51 Chris Benson

6:07
Sportsman Feature Results  

1 46 Jim Froling
2 23 Mike Young
3 69 Ron Allen
4 11 Howard Kelley
5 4 Norm Lewallen
6 1 Chad Guinn
7 21 Kevin Stahl
8 78 Andy Harding
9 10 Rich Frantz
10 711 Dan Grisby
11 98 David Hinjosa
12 14 Jeff Myers
13 97 Joes Rozek
14 24 Adam Plonski
15 78 Craig Myers

6:01
6:01
CHECKERED FLAG: Mike Young makes a fast run in the last two corners, but Jim Froling brings home the victory
6:00
WHITE FLAG: Froling shows the way
5:59
Lap 37: Young closes the door in a hurry
5:59
Lap 35: Froling continues to show the way as Young starts to close the gap
5:57
Lap 30: Froling has lapped up to 9th so far in this race
5:57
Lap 27: Top 5:
1. Jim Froling
2. Mike Young
3. Ron Allen
4. Howard Kelley
5. Norm Lewallen
5:56
Lap 25: Jim Foling is running away from second place Young
5:54
5:54
Lap 21: Young makes a strong run on the bottom side and come out with the position
5:53
Lap 19: Young to the inside looking to take away the runner up position
5:53
Lap 17: Mike Young works his way to the bumper of Allen and lets him know he is there
5:52
GREEN FLAG: Froling with the advantage over Allen on the restart
5:51
Green the next time by
5:48
YELLOW FLAG: Jeff Myers makes contact with the turn four wall
5:47
Lap 12: Mike Young is several car lengths behind the second place of Allen
5:46
Lap 10: Ron Allen continues to chase down Froling for the lead
5:46
Lap 8: Kelley continues to lose ground Mike Young slides around him
5:45
Lap 6: Ron Allen slides under Kelley and claims second
5:45
GREEN FLAG: Jim Frolling on the high side of Kelley on the restart and takes over the lead
5:40
5:38
YELLOW FLAG: Dan Grigsby goes hard into the turn four wall
5:37
Lap 5: Mike Young, the fast qualifier rides along in the fourth position
5:37
Lap 3: Ron Allen to the inside of Jim Froling but is unable to get it done for the second position
5:37
GREEN FLAG: Howard Kelley slides ahead of Norm Lewallen for the lead
5:36
The sportsman will go for 40 laps
5:36
Comment From Jim Hehl

Hope it’s a good show. Missing my first Glass City with pops since the 70’s when I was a kid. Thanks to this site I can pick it up over in Italy going to be a late night/morning! Vino and short track racing!

5:35
Sportsman Feature Starting Line-Up  

1 4 Norm Lewallen
2 11 Howard Kelley Jr
3 69 Ron Allen
4 46 Jim Froling
5 23 Mike Young
6 21 Kevin Stahl Jr
7 78 Craig Myers
8 1 Chad Guinn
9 10 Rich Frantz
10 711 Dan Grigsby
11 98 David Hinjosa
12 24 Adam Pionski
13 97 Joe Rozek
14 14 Jeff Myers Jr
15 12 Shaun Winters

5:32
5:25
Nick Grodi, Trey Deubel, Billy Roberts, Josh Way, Todd Currier, Michael Simko all transfer to the 26th annual Glass City 200
5:24
CHECKERED FLAG: Nick Grodi wins the last chance race.
5:23
GREEN FLAG: Michael Simko and Todd Currier battle for the fifth and sixth position
5:22
George Rangel did a quick stop in front of Clay showing he was not pleased with his actions
5:20
Brian Clay will go to the tail of the field for causing the caution.
5:19
YELLOW FLAG: George Rangel goes around with the help of Brian Clay.
5:18
Lap 10: Clay door to door with Way, Clay bumps his way into the sixth position
5:18
Lap 8: Brian Clay rockets up to the bumper of Josh Way attempting the final final transfer spot
5:17
Lap 7: The top 5 all fall into line without much pressure
5:17
Lap 5: Grodi pulls farther ahead of Deubel holding strong onto his lead
5:16
Lap 2: The 25 of Josh Way is in the final transfer spot
5:16
GREEN FLAG: Nick Grodi pulls out to an early lead while Trey Deubel slides in behind him
5:15
We are going 15 laps for the last chance race. The top 6 will transfer
5:14
Last Chance Race Starting line-up  

1 40 Nick Grodi
2 88 Billy Roberts
3 31 Trey Duebel
4 1 Todd Currier
5 45 George Rangel
6 25 Josh Way
7 25 Dennis Rederstorf
8 6 Jimmy Thiel
9 30 Brain Clay
10 38 Michael Simko
11 4 Scott Baker
12 51 Chris Benson
13 54 Steve Hawes
14 20 Don St Denis
15 33 Dave Stehouwer
16 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr
17 53 Joe Hawes

5:09
Pre-race invocations are now underway
5:09
5:09
A big Thanks to JRi Shocks for presenting today’s Trackside Now of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, Ohio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please Click here to visit site
4:57
The 200 lap classic for the outlaw-bodied Late Models is the longest race of the year and the track’s signature event. The race will award $6,500 to the winner, with $1,100 posted to start the race. With bonus money and special awards, a driver could walk away with over $9,000 in cash and prizes.
4:56
The Glass City 200 is one of the most prestigious Outlaw Late Model races in the country
4:54
This scuff session does not have timing and scoring going. This is just a fast session to do a final shake down before the Glass City 200.
4:50
Be sure to check out Speed51.com for our coverage of several other races going on today
4:50
Comment From Steve

Scott Hantz gonna bring home the w.

4:47
4:46
Comment From Jon in Phoenix

#42 Chad Finley

4:45
There will be a quick 10 minute scuff session for the Late Model drivers
4:44
Comment From Geo

Gotta go with the fast guy, Brian Ross!

4:43
Comment and tell us who you think will take the checkered in the Glass City 200 tonight!
4:41
Comment From ron caruso

lots of fast races up front,,its prediction time..roahrig..wins Carlson second..bailey.third…

4:40
Previous Glass City 200 Winners

1999 Tim Felver
2000 Tim Ice
2001 Junior Hanley
2002 Steve Sauve
2003 Steve Sauve
2004 Steve Sauve
2005 John Doering Jr
2006 Jack Landis
2007 Brian Campbell
2008 Harold Fair Jr
2009 Dave Kuhlman
2010 Harold Fair Jr
2011 Augie Grill
2012 Terry Senneker
2013 Dennis Strickland
4:35
The late model last chance race will begin at 5:00
4:31
Brian Ross will pick up a bonus $500 for setting fast time
4:31
4:31
A big Thanks to JRi Shocks for presenting today’s Trackside Now of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, Ohio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please Click here to visit site
4:24
There will be one last chance race. It will be 15 laps and 6 drivers will transfer
4:20
The invert is a 12, putting Harold Fair on the pole and Brad Riethmeyer on the outside
4:13
At 4:45 the Late Model pole award presentation will begin. Brian Ross will get the honors tonight  
4:12
Comment From Ken

I have never missed a Glass City 200 but I have a sick family this weekend and cannot make it. Thank You for your live stream. Would love to see a local win again this year.

4:12
Comment From Guest

wow a 14.89..must be a rocket the 16 cqr of ross

4:09
Glass City 200 Qualifying Results  

1 5 Brian Ross 14.899
2 72 Scott Hantz 15.084
3 42 Chad Finley 15.098
4 25 JR Roahrig 15.114
5 37 Terry Senneker 15.134
6 8 Dakota Carlson 15.134
7 16 Steve Needles 15.168
8 33 Jake Francis 15.177
9 0 Nick Bailey 15.182
10 18 Jeff Ganus 15.195
11 56 Brad Riethmeyer 15.215
12 71 Harold Fair Jr 15.235
13 90 Dennis Strickland 15.359
14 41 Brent Jack 15.380
15 0 Johnny Belott 15.415
16 10 Jack Landis 15.436
17 51 Scott Pemberton 15.441
18 2 Alex Rosenberry 15.461
19 44 Paul Pelletier 15.474
20 45 Frank Jiovani 15.478
21 40 Nick Grodi 15.552
22 88 Billy Roberts 15.557
23 31 Trey Duebel 15.648
24 33 Dave Stehower 15.668
25 1 Todd Currier 15.668
26 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr 15.683
27 45 George Rangel 15.718
28 25 Josh Way 15.836
29 25 Dennis Rederstorf 15.919
30 6 Jimmy Thiel 15.985
31 53 Joe Hawes 16.067
32 30 Bryan Clay 16.137
33 51 Chris Benson 16.237
34 38 Michael Simko 16.412

4:04
That will conclude qualifying. Brian Ross turned a rocket lap of 14.899.
4:04
38 Michael Simko
Lap 1: 16.412
Lap 2: 16.441
Best Lap: 16.412
34 out of 34
4:04
25 Dennis Reiderstorff
Lap 1: 16.274
Lap 2: 15.919
Best Lap: 15.919
29 out of 33
4:03
33 Jake Francis
Lap 1: 15.177
Lap 2: 15.225
Best Lap: 15.177
8 out of 32
4:02
2 Alex Rosenberry
Lap 1: 15.461
Lap 2: 15.471
Best Lap: 15.461
17 out of 31
4:02
30 Brian Clay
Lap 1: 16.274
Lap 2: 16.137
Best Lap: 16.137
29 out of 30
4:01
37 Terry Senneker
Lap 1: 15.134
Lap 2: 15.326
Best Lap: 15.134
5 out of 29
4:00
33 Dave Stehouwer
Lap 1: 15.685
Lap 2: 15.668
Best Lap: 15.668
21 out of 28
3:59
3:59
90 Dennis Strickland
Lap 1: 15.424
Lap 2: 15.359
Best Lap: 15.359
11 out of 27
3:58
10 Jack Landis
Lap 1: 15.586
Lap 2: 15.436
Best Lap: 15.436
13 out of 26
3:58
88 Billy Roberts
Lap 1: 15.563
Lap 2: 15.557
Best Lap: 15.557
17 out of 25
3:57
25 Josh Way
Lap 1: 16.008
Lap 2: 15.836
Best Lap: 15.836
21 out of 24
3:56
44 Paul Pelletier
Lap 1: 15.549
Lap 2: 15.474
Best Lap: 15.474
14 out of 23
3:56
45 Frank Jiovani
Lap 1: 15.606
Lap 2: 15.478
Best Lap: 15.478
14 out of 22
3:55
45 George Rangel
Lap 1: 15.818
Lap 2: 15.718
Best Lap: 15.718
3:54
25 JR Roahrig
Lap 1: 15.206
Lap 2: 15.114
Best Lap: 15.114
4 out of 20
3:53
6 Jimmy Thiel
Lap 1: 16.084
Lap 2: 15.895
Best Lap: 15.985
17 of 19
3:53
40 Nick Grodi
Lap 1: 15.596
Lap 2: 15.552
Best Lap: 15.552
13 out of 18
3:52
P51 Scott Pemberton
Lap 1: 15.631
Lap 2: 15.441
Best Lap: 15.441
12 out of 17
3:51
0 Nick Bailey
Lap 1: 15.379
Lap 2: 15.182
Best Lap: 15.182
6 out of 16
3:50
1 Todd Currier
Lap 1: 15.732
Lap 2: 15.668
Best Lap: 15.668
12 out of 15
3:50
56 Brad Riethmeyer
Lap 1: 15.290
Lap 2: 15.215
Best Lap: 15.215
3:49
71 Harold Fair Jr
Lap 1: 15.235
Lap 2: 15.441
Best Lap: 15.235
3:48
3:48
5 Brian Ross
Lap 1: 15.039
Lap 2: 14.899
Best Lap: 14.899 (Fast Time)
3:48
53 Joe Hawes
Lap 1: 16.085
Lap 2: 16.067
Best Lap: 16.067
3:47
31 Trey Duebel
Lap 1: 15.847
Lap 2: 15.648
Best Lap: 15.648
3:46
16 Steve Needles
Lap 1: 15.207
Lap 2: 15.168
Best Lap: 15.168
3:46
18 Jeff Ganus
Lap 1: 15.320
Lap 2: 15.195
Best Lap: 15.195
3:45
72 Scott Hantz
Lap 1: 15.140
Lap 2: 15.084
Best Lap: 15.084
3:44
8 Dakota Carlson
Lap 1: 15.201
Lap 2: 15.134
Best Lap: 15.134
3:44
21 Steve Cronewett Jr
Lap 1: 15.825
Lap 2: 15.683
Best Lap: 15.683
3:43
51 Chris Benson
Lap 1: 16.237
Lap 2: 16.313
Best Lap: 16.237
3:42
3:42
41 Brent Jack
Lap 1: 15.380
Lap 2: 15.388
Best Lap: 15.380
3:41
42 Chad Finley
Lap 1: 15.098
Lap 2: 15.143
Best Lap: 15.098
3:41
0 Johnny Belott
Lap 1: 15.415
Lap 2: 15.453
Best Lap: 15.415
3:40
We are qualifying
3:38
A $500 bonus will go to the fast qualifier of the evening.
3:34
Outlaw drivers are flooding the 1/4 mile track getting ready for qualifying. Reminder the top 20 cars will be locked into the Glass City 200 tonight. The remaining 13 drivers will be hoping for a provisional or will have to race their way in during a last chance race
3:29
The qualifying session for the sportsman is coming to a close. Mike Young is still on the top of the charts
3:28
3:23
It is bight and sunny over the race track right now. We are expecting that sun to stay to make for a good show tonight
3:12
Qualifying is now underway for the Sportsman. They set 30 minutes on the clock and drivers can go on the track as many times as they want during that time to try and get the fastest time that they can. So far, Mike Young is the fastest.
3:11
3:11
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2:31
We will be stepping away for a brief 30 minutes. We will resume with sportsman qualifying
2:31
2:31
The track will now be dead until 3:00. Sportsman qualifying will be up first followed by Outlaws.
2:25
Final Late Model Practice Results  

1 5 Brian Ross 14.995
2 0 Johnny Belott 15.142
3 16 Steve Needles 15.169
4 72 Scott Hantz 15.179
5 42 Chad Finley 15.210
6 8 Dakota Carlson 15.278
7 37 Terry Senneker 15.294
8 33 Jake Francis 15.319
9 51 Scott Pemberton 15.391
10 41 Brent Jack 15.400
11 56 Brad Riethmeyer 15.419
12 10 Jack Landis 15.489
13 44 Paul Pelletier 15.506
14 90 Dennis Strickland 15.509
15 71 Harold Fair Jr 15.568
16 25 JR Roahrig 15.590
17 2 Alex Rosenberry 15.611
18 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr 15.695
19 88 Billy Roberts 15.724
20 40 Nick Grodi 15.762
21 1 Todd Currier 15.810
22 31 Trey Duebel 15.839
23 30 Brian Clay 15.967
24 33 Dave Stehower 16.053
25 51 Chris Benson 16.057
26 25 Josh Way 16.093
27 45 Frank Jiovani 16.122
28 45 George Rangel 16.128
29 53 Joe Hawes 16.180
30 38 Al Goldy 17.352

2:13
Practice for the day for the late models has concluded.
2:05
Brian Ross is still the only driver in this practice session to break into the 14s
2:05
Johnny Belott moves into the second position this practice session
1:56
Harold Fair Jr is a two time Glass City 200 winner. (Speed51.com photo)
1:55
Dakota Carlson is now third quick. (Speed51.com photo)
1:45
Early top 5:
1. Brain Ross 14.995
2. Chad Finley 15.210
3. Steve Needles 15.297
4. Brent Jack 15.400
5. Brad Riethmeyer 15.466
1:40
Brian Ross returns to the top of the chars with a 14.995.
1:39
1:39
Practice ended for the sportsman. Late Models are coming back onto the track for a quick 30 minute session
1:22
Kale Astolas was here for practice yesterday, but withdrew from today’s event after having motor issues yesterday.
1:19
69 Ron Allen, 4 Norm Lewallen, 11 Howard Kelly Jr, 21 Kevin Stahl, 14 Jeff Myers Jr, 78 Andy Harding, 1 Chad Guinn are all on the track
1:17
For qualifying,Top 20 will be locked in to the Glass City 200. 3 Gold Cup provisionals will be handed out as well as 1 Flat Rock provisional. There will be a last chance race, they will be 15 laps; top 3 from each or top 6 if 1 race.
1:17
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1:16
Mike Young is currently the fastest car on the track with a 17.590
1:16
Sportsman are now up for their half hour pratice session
1:14
1:12
Outlaw Late Models Practice #1 Results

1 25 JR Roahrig 14.950
2 5 Brian Ross 15.012
3 16 Steve Needles 15.136
4 8 Dakota Carlson 15.148
5 72 Scott Hantz 15.185
6 42 Chad Finley 15.199
7 37 Terry Senneker 15.235
8 18 Jeff Ganus 15.255
9 56 Brad Riethmeyer 15.267
10 0 Nick Bailey 15.289
11 51 Scott Pemberton 15.296
12 33 Jake Francis 15.338
13 0 Johnny Belott 15.348
14 71 Harold Fair Jr 15.357
15 41 Brent Jack 15.492
16 90 Dennis Strickland 15.496
17 45 Frank Jiovani 15.537
18 10 Jack Landis 15.568
19 40 Nick Grodi 15.582
20 44 Paul Pelletier 15.633
21 2 Alex Rosenberry 15.647
22 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr 15.704
23 88 Billy Roberts 15.720
24 31 Trey Duebel 15.776
25 33 Dave Stehower 15.827
26 51 Chris Benson 15.839
27 25 Josh Way 15.942
28 1 Todd Currier 15.945
29 6 Jimmy Thiel 16.028
30 25 Dennis Rederstorf 16.029
31 53 Joe Hawes 16.139
32 45 George Rangel 16.449
33 54 Steve Hawes 17.033
34 38 Al Goldy 17.353

 

1:06
There is a half hour time slot for the sportsman division.
1:06
Checkered flag has waved and that will be the conclusion for the first practice of the day for the late models.
1:01
Green flag is out for the drivers on the track
12:59
The last group of cars for this session are rolling onto the track now
12:53
Top 5:
1. JR Roahrig 14.950
2. Brian Ross 15.012
3. Steve Needles 15.136
4. Dakota Carlson 15.148
5. Scott Hantz 15.185

12:50
12:50
JR Roahrig is the first driver to turn a 14 second lap, with a 14.950
12:47
All 32 drivers have been on the track. Drivers keep shuffling out for more practice laps
12:46
15 minutes remain in late model practice
12:44
Quick changes being made to the 33 of Jake Francis. (Speed51.com photo)
12:41
Practice continues for another 20 minutes for the Outlaw Late Models.
12:36
Dakota Carlson is taking his first laps of the day and is already up to the third spot
12:36
For qualifying,Top 20 will be locked in to the Glass City 200. 3 Gold Cup provisionals will be handed out as well as 1 Flat Rock provisional. There will be a last chance race, they will be 15 laps; top 3 from each or top 6 if 1 race.
12:34
12:34
Brian Ross is still the fastest car so far today.
12:29
No driver has been able to break into the 14 second barrier in the first half of practice. Yesterday it was only the very first session that Senneker and Ross were able to turn 14s.
12:25
30 drivers have been on the track. The only drivers that have not been on the track so far are Dakota Carlson and Jimmy Thiel, both of which were here practicing yesterday
12:24
Dennis Strickland was the 2013 winner of the Glass City 200. He is currently 15th on the charts.
12:23
12:17
Chad Finley goes to fourth on the charts and Terry Senneker sits one spot behind him in fifth
12:15
Chad Finley and Terry Senneker are taking their first laps of the day
12:15
Top 5:
1. Brian Ross 15.012
2. Steve Needles 15.136
3. Scott Hantz 15.185
4. Brad Riethmeyer 15.267
5. Nick Bailey 15.289
12:11
Teammates Brian Ross and Steve Needles are currently first and second in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
12:10
Alex Rosenberry is getting his car charged and ready to go for practice. (Speed51.com photo)
12:10
P51 Scott Pemberton has joined the others on the track
12:09
25 Dennis Reiderstorff, 1 Todd Currier, 56 Brad Rierthmeyer are on the track
12:08
Brian Ross took over the fastest spot on the board. Turning a 15.012
12:07
Today’s Schedule of Events

12:00  Outlaw Late Model Practice
1:00  Sportsman Practice
1:30 Final Late Model Practice
2:00 Final Sportsman Practice
2:20 Break
3:00 Sportsman Qualifying
Late Models Qualifying
4:50  Pre Race Ceremonies
5:00  Racing Begins

 

12:03
33 Dave Stehouwer, 88 Billy Roberts, and 21 Steve Cronenwett Jr have joined the others on the track
12:02
As always for live timing and scoring check out Race Monitor, either by App or now on their website.
12:01
12:01
90 Dennis Strickland, 5 Brian Ross, 10 Jack Landis, 25 JR Roahrig are on the track
12:01
Scott Hantz is fastest so far with a 15.185, but that could change as the next group of cars is rolling out.
11:59
72 Scott Hantz, 0 Nick Bailey, 71 Harold Fair Jr, 18 Jeff Ganus, 0 Johnny Belott, 41 Brent Jack, 40 Nick Grodi, 2 Alex Rosenberry are all on the track
11:57
Cars are rolling onto the track and taking their first green flag of the day
11:51
Drivers are rolling out onto the 1/4 mile oval in the middle of the big 1/2 mile to get in line and wait for their practice laps.
11:47
Chad Finley is one a Great Lakes Helicopter driver, he will run with them in the 2015 season. This is his first race with them. (Speed51.com photo)
11:39
Crew members are busy in the pits working on their machines. Fine tuning them and making changes from the set up that they had in their cars during last night’s practice.
11:35
Today there will be more practice for the outlaw late models before their 200 lap event later this evening. Practice will begin at 12:00.
11:33
11:33
A big Thanks to JRi Shocks for presenting today’s Trackside Now of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway in Toledo, Ohio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since its inception in 2007, JRI Shocks has utilized cutting edge technological advancements with over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics, and electronics to create high performance, high precision shock absorbers for the racing and automotive industry. For more information about JRI Shocks, please Click here to visit site
11:33
Good Morning and welcome to race day for the running of the 26th Annual Great Lakes Helicopter Glass City 200 here at the Toledo Speedway in Toledo, OH. During yesterday’s practice session only two drivers broke into the 14 second barrier, Terry Senneker Jr, and Brian Ross, Senneker lead practice with a 14.923.
11:30
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Trackside Now – Glass City 200 Saturday – Toledo Speedway (OH) – 9/20/14