6:34
Thank you for the tip Dave! 
6:33
Comment From DT 

I spoke with Bryan Kruczek last week and is will in fact be joining the PASS Tour this season for at least a half dozen shows or so. Kruczek sold his Late Model to Dennis Ciotti. In return Ciotti sold his former Dave Lemieux-owned / Joey Porciello-driven Lefthander racer to Kruczek. The Butler & MacMaster-powered Lefthander should be a solid mount! I’m assuming we’ll see the #00 in action at the upcoming Beech Ridge race. 

6:33
Thank you for following along with Speed51.com’s Trackside Now coverage today and thanks to Ford Racing for sponsoring today’s coverage. Good night from Lee USA Speedway. 
6:31
Finishing Order
Lee Governor’s Cup 150
ACT Late Model Tour

1. Brian Hoar
2. Brad Babb
3. John Donahue
4. Fulton Mountain
5. Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
6. Scott Dragon
7. Randy Potter
8. Austin Theirault
9. Karl Allard
10. Mark Lamberton
11. Brent Dragon
12. Jamie Fisher
13. Rick Thompson
14. Shawn Martin
15. Dennis Spencer, Jr.
16. Mike Bruno
17. Travis Sterns
18. Ray Parent
19. Joey Laquerre
20. Jimmy Cormier
21. Pat Floyd
22. Chip Grenier
23. Jean PauL Cyr
24. Craig Bushey
25. Donald Theetge
26. Joey Pole
27. Ricky Rolfe
28. Aaron Fellows
29. Dave Farrington, Jr.
30. Bobby Baillargeon 

6:27
Comment From Austin 57 fan 

Way to go Austin! You had an amazing run and finishing 7th is awesome. Way to go RPM with Brian’s win and rookie Austin in 7th!! Great team. 

6:27
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thank you for your hard work Mr.Twist!peace,out. 

6:27
Comment From 37FAN 

Way to start the year RPM Brian & Austin !! Thanks SPEED51 !!!!!!!!!! 

6:27
Comment From LMS 05ME 

Great Job keeping us informed with whats going on , we really appreciate it. 

6:04
Comment From Trukn 

Thanks Speed 51 

6:04
Comment From RPM#57Fan 

Congrats to Brian Hoar & RPM – what a way to start the season! 

6:03
Comment From Mrs. Rpm 

Great day for RPM for sure. Very proud of the teams and our boys! 

6:03
Brian Hoar in victory lane. (51 Photo)
6:02
An excited Brad Babb after his second place finish at Lee. (51 Photo)
6:01
John Donahue with his third place trophy. (51 Photo)
6:00
Comment From passcoupl1961 

awesome run bradley babb 

5:59
Comment From Corey 

Nice job Bradley!! 

5:59
Comment From Guest 

way to represent rpm, brian! 

5:59
Comment From vermont 

WAY TO GO BRIAN HOAR 

5:59
Comment From yellowstone 

this is great, you guys are the best, thanks 

5:59
Comment From Troy Germain 

Congrats Brian on your first show of defense of your title… AMAZING run for Bradly Babb! 

5:59
Comment From tony 

great job brad 

5:59
Comment From Mrs. RPM 

Wha Hooo!!! Way to Go Brian!!! 

5:59
Comment From Guest 

Congrats Brian! Hoping Austin held on to get a top 10. Great day for RPM Motorsports! 

5:59
Comment From #4 Brad Babb Fan 

What an awesome finish, from 30th to 2nd. Congratulations to Brian Hoar too 

5:48
We are going to get some photos and will back back shortly with more results. 
5:48
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. finished fourth with Scott Dragon in fifth. 
5:48
Brad Babb is second with John Donahue finishing third. 
5:48
Brian Hoar wins. 
5:47
White Flag 
5:47
Brian Hoar is using lapped traffic to his advantage. 
5:47
Mark Lamberton has gone a lap down. 
5:47
The leaders are back into lapped traffic. 
5:46
Joey Laquerre saw the battle for the lead in his mirror and wisely just pulled down to let the leaders by. 
5:46
Comment From Troy Germain 

I am at the edge of my seat! 

5:46
Babb is closing in on Hoar again. 
5:46
There are seven laps to go. 
5:45
Brian Hoar cleared the lapped car of Travis Sterns a little bit quicker than Brad Babb, so Babb lost a little bit of ground to the leader. 
5:45
Comment From Guest 

last place to second place, no big deal brad 😉 

5:45
Comment From Guest 

C’mon BAAABBBBBB!!!! 

5:45
Comment From NHAnnouncerWMMP 

Come on Bradget him!! 

5:45
There are 11 laps to go. 
5:44
Comment From former OPS 7 truck chpn 

go brad 

5:44
Brad Babb is chasing down Brian Hoar for the lead. 
5:44
Scott Dragon has now slid back to the fifth position. 
5:44
We have 15 laps to go. 
5:43
Brad Babb is now up to second. 
5:43
Brian Hoar now has a lengthy lead. 
5:43
Brad Babb came out of nowhere to pass John Donahue for third. 
5:43
Comment From Nate 

Great run going for Babb 

5:43
Brad Babb has passed Wayne Helliwell, Jr. for fourth. 
5:42
He is out of the race. 
5:42
Comment From Sue 

Where is Aaron fellows 

5:42
John Donahue is right on the rear bumper of Scott Dragon. 
5:42
John Donahue is now third. 
5:42
John Donahue is under Wayne Helliwell, Jr. for third. 
5:41
Brian Hoar is starting to pull away again with the lead. 
5:41
John Donahue has closed up to Wayne Helliwell, Jr.’s bumper and is now challenging for the third position. 
5:41
Comment From NHAnnouncerWMMP 

Dig John!! DIG! 

5:41
Comment From former OPS 7 truck chpn 

looking forward to more coverage from speed 51 in the future 

5:40
Brad Babb has passed Randy Potter for fifth. 
5:40
The top four are now nose to tail in single file formation. 
5:40
Jean Paul Cyr is back on pit road. 
5:40
John Donahue might have the fastest car on the track currently. 
5:39
Comment From Troy Germain 

This coverage is amazing… this is my first time really “READING” about a race haha!! Now I just gotta figure out how my Iphone can read the text to me so I’m not constantly READING it while walking/driving! haha.. 

5:39
Comment From Guest 

whoohoo hoar! 

5:39
Brian Hoar is now pulling away with the lead. 
5:39
John Donahue has rocketed up to fourth. 
5:39
Brian Hoar now leads. 
5:38
Brian Hoar is now looking for the lead. 
5:38
Rick Thompson slid through the speedy dry and up the track on that restart. 
5:38
Restart – Once again, Scott Dragon leads. 
5:38
Our unofficial lap count is 115. 
5:37
Comment From bryan kruczek 

true, only 7 races as of yet 

5:37
Jimmy Cormier’s team is trying to work on their car, but it is heavily damaged and Cormier is out of the car. It doesn’t look very good for him to get back into the race. 
5:36
Donald Theetge dropped out earlier in the race. His #80 lost its fire under a caution period. 
5:36
Comment From fred 

where is the : ” petit prince de boischatel” Donald theetge??????? 

5:35
Comment From #4 Babb Fan 

Awsome coverage. Thank you. 

5:35
Thank you for following along today. 
5:35
Comment From RPM#57Fan 

While we’re under caution – THANK YOU Speed51. Awesome job covering the race! 

5:35
Joey Laquerre, Ray Parent, Karl Allard and Jean Paul Cyr all pitted under that caution. 
5:35
Currently, Scott Dragon leads Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Brian Hoar, Randy Potter, Brad Babb, John Donahue, Makr Lamberton, Austin Theirault, Fulton Mountain and Karl Allard. We believe that those are the only cars left on the lead lap. 
5:33
Comment From Babb %234 fan 

Great Coverage really appreciate it 

5:33
Comment From former OPS champion truc 

thank you speed 51 for the coverage 

5:33
Bryan Kruczek is a former Late Model regular at Lee…We’ve heard that he will be racing in PASS North this year. Are the rumors true? 
5:32
Comment From bryan kruczek 

just a little info for ya dragons driving the former 00 car from lee 

5:32
Comment From RPM#57Fan 

Go get ’em Brian!! 

5:32
Comment From Dan 

good coverage 

5:32
Comment From Guest 

I agree! Thanks for the great coverage. I was unable to go this weekend and it was the first time out for my step-son, Hunter Bate, #9NY. His day was cut short by his wreck in practice but was glad I found this site so I could follow the race. Thanks again! I will be at the next race but know I have an option when I am not there. 

5:32
Comment From Debracecar 

I totally agree this is GREAT coverage for us that didn’t or can’t get to a show. I really enjoyed the Florida coverage. Keep up the good work. Thanks 

5:32
Comment From Guest 

Thanks for the great coverage! 

5:31
Comment From Greg du Vermont 

Really enjoying the coverage. Thank you 

5:31
Comment From Mrs RPM 

Go Brian and Austin!!!!! 

5:31
After many laps in the pits, Jean Paul Cyr is coming back out onto the track. 
5:31
This will leave only 10 cars on the lead lap. 
5:31
Jimmy Cormier has driven away, but has heavy damage to his Late Model. 
5:30
Jimmy Cormier is okay and is trying to refire his car. 
5:30
Comment From steve in colebrook 

GO RANDY!!!!!! 

5:30
The caution is out. 
5:30
Jimmy Cormier has locked up his brakes and hit the turn one wall hard. 
5:30
Jimmy Cormier, Karl Allard and Austin Theirault are only a straightaway from being lapped. 
5:29
Comment From Ralph 

Go Austin Theriault from Spud Speedway! 

5:29
Comment From GROVETON NH 

GO RANDY POTTER!!!! GO!!! 

5:28
Unofficially, there are only 11 cars left on the lead lap. 
5:28
Shawn Martin has now gone a lap down. 
5:27
Ray Parent has gone another lap down. 
5:27
Comment From NHAnnouncerWMMP 

Go Scott Dragon!!! 

5:27
Scott Dragon is stretching his lead again. 
5:26
We are now at lap 103 of 150. 
5:26
Joey Laquerre has also pitted under green. 
5:26
Pat Floyd is also pitting under green. 
5:26
Chip Grenier has pulled down pit road. 
5:26
Pat Floyd has gotten sideways and Austin Theriault has now worked his way into the tenth position. 
5:25
Rick Thompson has gone a lap down. 
5:25
Lap 98 – Wayne Helliwell, Jr. is looking for the lead. 
5:25
Rounding out the top ten are John Donahue, Mark Lamberton, Jimmy Cormier, Karl Allard and Pat Floyd. 
5:24
Comment From John Spence Jr 

Lets go Wayne! 

5:24
Brian Hoar has just passed Randy Potter for third. 
5:23
Brian Hoar currently runs fourth with several lapped cars behind him and between fifth-place runner Brad Babb. 
5:22
Randy Potter maintains the third position. 
5:22
The leaders now have clear racetrack ahead of them. 
5:22
Joey Laquerre has gone a lap down. 
5:22
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. has closed up to the rear bumper of leader Scott Dragon. 
5:21
Dennis Spencer, Jr. and Travis Sterns have gone a lap down. 
5:21
Jean Paul Cyr never came back onto the track after his pit stop of several laps ago. 
5:20
Jamie Fisher has gone a lap down. 
5:20
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. has passed Randy Potter for second. 
5:19
Mike Bruno and Brent Dragon have gone a lap down. 
5:19
Ray Parent has gone a lap down. 
5:19
Chip Grenier has now gone a lap down. 
5:18
Comment From jp 

i gotta agree with troy. always nice to see the riverside speedway (NH) legend upfront 

5:18
Halfway – Scott Dragon has been in command of this race so far. 
5:18
Mike Bruno just got completely sideways in turn two, but saved the car and kept going without a worse incident. 
5:17
Comment From Troy Germain 

UGH.. tough breaks for Pole, and Cyr… great to see Potter up front! 

5:17
John Donahue and Pat Floyd are playing a heavy game of door tag on the backstretch. 
5:16
Mark Lamberton has gotten under Karl Allard and cleared him for the fifth spot. 
5:16
Mark Lamberton, Jimmy Cormier and Brad Babb are now all stacked up behind Karl Allard. 
5:16
Jean Paul Cyr was about to go a lap down, but has pulled down pit road under green instead. 
5:15
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. has just passed Brian Hoar for third on the outside. 
5:15
Comment From shar 

Sounds like its time for the pink piggy flag !!! 

5:15
Mark Lamberton is working to get by Karl Allard for fifth. 
5:14
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. has now cleared Karl Allard and is up to fourth. 
5:14
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. tried Karl Allard on the outside for third when Allard drove up the track to block him. That allowed Brian Hoar to sneak under them both and into the third spot. 
5:13
Karl Allard is all over the track trying to hold off his two pursuers. 
5:12
Karl Allard is under heavy pressure for third from Brian Hoar and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. 
5:11
Lap 50 – Randy Potter has come alive and moved up to second. 
5:11
Comment From keenemotorsports2 

thanks speed 51.this is awesome 

5:11
Scott Dragon is pulling out to a healthy lead. 
5:11
Donald Theetge stayed on pit road. 
5:10
RESTART – Scott Dragon still leads. 
5:10
Donald Theetge is still on pit road. His car has not refired. 
5:10
Comment From Scott 

Totally agree with the great coverage. Wasn’t able to make it Lee today but I’ll be at Thunder Road in two weeks. 

5:09
Brent Dragon has returned to the track. 
5:09
Scott Dragon still leads Karl Allard, Randy Potter, Wayne Helliwell and Brian Hoar. 
5:09
Thanks for logging on! 
5:09
Comment From Oaksie 

Wow, no good deed goes unpunished … Pretty sure I speak for 99% of us when I say thanks for the great coverage. 

5:09
Donald Theetge has been pushed to pit road. His team is trying to get the car restarted. 
5:08
Craig Bushey has been towed off the track. He appears to be done for the day. 
5:08
Comment From Mark 

Without speed 41, I wouldn’t know what’s going on from Northern Maine. Great job guys. 

5:08
Donald Theetge has stopped on the track and will need a push truck. 
5:08
A return will not to be, Joey Pole has now been pushed back off pit road. 
5:07
Joey Pole’s team started to push their car off pit road, but now are hard at work on it again…there might be hope for him to get back out on the track to salvage some points. 
5:07
Comment From (207) 

tough break pole, hope all is ok. 

5:07
Comment From Guest 

only thing lacking is the smell of burning rubber 

5:07
Joey Pole has been retired from the race. There is radiator damage on his #97. 
5:06
Jamie Fisher has pitted and pulled back out onto the track. His pink #18 is damaged at every corner. 
5:06
Brent Dragon is on pit road with his hood up. 
5:06
Jean Paul Cyr is back on pit road. He has had handling troubles today. 
5:06
Comment From Guest 

thanks to speed51 for putting this on 

5:06
Comment From Norm 

wow, everyone is a critic! 

5:05
Joey Pole has major front end damage to his Ford. He has driven away and will head to pit road. 
5:05
Brent Dragon has driven away with minor damage. 
5:05
Bushey has now stopped on the track. He will need a tow. 
5:05
Craig Bushey drove away, but his right front corner is destroyed. 
5:05
Craig Bushey, Brent Dragon and Joey Pole were involved in that wreck. 
5:04
CAUTION – Multi-Car wreck in turn three. 
5:04
RESTART – Scott Dragon still leads. 
5:04
Comment From NHAnnouncerWMMP 

Quit critisizing and appreciate what we have here from Speed51!! Thanks guys!!! 

5:04
Comment From 02NH26VT 

lmbo!! good one. buy a ticket and go to the race if you want a lap count. Speed51 does an AWESOME job for those of us who cannot go to the race. THANK YOU! ♥ 

5:03
Ricky Rolfe is staying on pit road. He might be finished for the day. 
5:03
Ray Parent, Jean Paul Cyr, Jamie Fisher and Ricky Rolfe have all pitted. 
5:03
He came into the pits and the team looked under the hood before calling it a day. 
5:03
Comment From Kristie 

What happened to fellows 

5:02
If the scoreboard could be seen from the press box, we would try a lap count. I’ve run out of fingers and toes to count them on my own. 
5:02
Comment From steve 

you should try a lap count 

5:01
The #51 of Ricky Rolfe has another flat left front tire. 
5:01
Jamie Fisher and Ricky Rolfe have wrecked together in turn three. Rick Thompson also got involved in the aftermath. 
5:00
Aaron Fellows has pulled into the pits under green. 
5:00
Travis Sterns is falling deep through the field. His car is not nearly as quick as it was earlier in the day. 
4:59
Just outside the top 10 currently are Jimmy Cormier, Donald Theetge, Pat Floyd, Chip Grenier, Joey Laquerre, Brad Babb, Austin Theirault and Ricky Rolfe. 
4:58
Rounding out the top ten are Wayne Helliwell, Shawn Martin, Joey Pole, Craig Bushey and Mark Lamberton. 
4:58
Scott Dragon still leads Karl Allard, Randy Potter, Brent Dragon and Brian Hoar. 
4:57
Brian Hoar has just moved up to fifth. 
4:57
Scott Dragon is stretching out his lead. 
4:57
Craig Bushey and Joey Pole are playing bumper tag with each other. 
4:57
Jean Paul Cyr looks to be very loose deep in the field. 
4:56
Scott Dragon is now back in the lead. 
4:56
RESTART – Karl Allard inches into the lead in turn one. 
4:55
John Donahue has pitted as well. 
4:55
Ray Parent and Dennis Spencer, Jr. are also pitting. 
4:54
We are at lap 28. 
4:54
Jean Paul Cyr, Jamie Fisher and Fulton Mountain are all pitting. 
4:54
No. For more on the #78’s long day, please scroll down. 
4:53
Comment From Guest 

did the 78 of quinny welch make the race 

4:53
We are waiting on an official lap count. 
4:53
The caution is out. 
4:53
Jean Paul Cyr has spun on the backstretch. 
4:52
Jimmy Cormier is starting to backslide through the bottom half of the top ten. 
4:51
Comment From 02NH26VT 

Set them up and GO POTTER!!!!!! 

4:51
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. is now up to sixth. 
4:51
Brent Dragon is now fourth with Shawn Martin in fifth. 
4:51
Scott Dragon stretched his lead and Karl Allard has moved into second. 
4:50
Randy Potter has slipped in turn two and slid back to third. 
4:50
Karl Allard is looking inside, ready to make the battle for the lead a three-wide one. 
4:50
Randy Potter is looking outside for the lead. 
4:50
RESTART – Scott Dragon maintains the lead. 
4:49
Just outside the top ten are Joey Pole, Mark Lamberton, Aaron Fellows and Jean Paul Cyr. 
4:49
Rounding out the top ten are Craig Bushey, Wayne Helliwell, Jimmy Cormier, Brian Hoar and Pat Floyd. 
4:48
Scott Dragon still leads over Randy Potter, Karl Allard, Shawn Martin and Brent Dragon. 
4:48
Rolfe is now pitting. 
4:48
The caution is out at lap 18. 
4:47
Ricky Rolfe has just slid up the track in turn two. He has a flat left front tire, but did not spin or hit anything. 
4:46
Brent Dragon and Ricky Rolfe are fighting hard for the fifth position. 
4:45
Karl Allard has moved up to third place. 
4:45
RESTART – Scott Dragon leads. 
4:45
Right now, the emphasis is going to be on reporting what is going on out on the racetrack. There will be a photo gallery on the Speed 51 Facebook Feed page later this week. 
4:45
Comment From Kristie 

Picture of the car please?? 

4:44
Comment From Ralph 

keep diggin Austin 

4:44
Just outside the top 10 are Jean Paul Cyr, Pat Floyd, Brian Hoar, Chip Grenier, Joey Pole, Joey Laquerre, Mark Lamberton, Austin Theriault and Travis Sterns. 
4:43
Dave Farrington, Jr.’s car is being towed off the track with heavy rear end damage. 
4:43
Currently, Scott Dragon leads Randy Potter, Shawn Martin, Karl Allard, Brent Dragon, Ricky Rolfe, Craig Bushey, Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Aaron Fellows and Jimmy Cormier. 
4:40
Fisher is the only driver who is pitting. 
4:39
Jamie Fisher is coming back into the pits. He has a large amount of black duct tape on the nose of his pink racecar. 
4:38
Farrington is okay. 
4:38
The caution is out. 
4:38
Dave Farrington, Jr. has just hit the fronstretch wall hard. 
4:38
Randy Potter is second. 
4:38
Scott Dragon is settling into the lead. 
4:38
Dave Farrington, Jr. is showing heavy smoke from his #23ME Late Model. 
4:37
Jamie Fisher’s #18 team made repairs and that driver stayed on the lead lap. 
4:37
Scott Dragon and Randy Potter were side by side at the line for the lead. 
4:36
RESTART – Lap 3 – Randy Potter noses ahead again into turn one. 
4:34
Bobby Baillargeon has pulled behind the wall of the infield and looks to be out of the race. 
4:34
Jamie Fisher has now driven away. He has heavy damage to the nose of his #18. 
4:33
Bobby Baillargeon is sitting on pit road with steam coming out of his #82 Late Model. 
4:33
All of the cars have driven away – except for the pink #18 of Jamie Fisher. 
4:33
John Donahue, Jamie Fisher, Mike Bruno, Bobby Baillargeon and Dave Farrington, Jr. were involved in that wreck. 
4:32
CAUTION – Multi Car wreck in turn two. 
4:32
Shawn Martin and Brent Dragon are battling hard for third. 
4:32
Comment From Gary watsons wife 02 raci 

Good Luck Randy Potter!! 

4:32
Scott Dragon retook the lead on the backstretch. 
4:31
START – Randy Potter leads going into turn one. 
4:31
The lights are out on the ACT pace car. 
4:31
Mike Bruno is now out on the track. A few more pace laps are being given so that he can warm up his tires. 
4:30
A few extra pace laps are being given so that Mike Bruno’s team can attempt to repair their car in time for the start. 
4:29
Comment From Guest 

Go Randy!! from your sister!! 

4:27
Mike Bruno has pulled into the pits during pace laps. The hood is up on his #22NY car. 
4:26
Comment From NHAnnouncerWMMP 

Let’s go Brent!!! 

4:26
Comment From RP Fan 

Come on Ray take that # 17 to the front 

4:26
Comment From Guest 

Good luck team 94 from your fans in Frenchville, Maine 

4:26
Only two former winners of this race are in today’s field – Joey Pole and Jean Paul Cyr. 
4:25
Comment From jeff lagueux 

good luck quebec team !!!!!! 

4:25
Comment From keenemotorsports2 

good luck team 94 

4:25
Parade laps are now underway. 
4:25
The engines have fired on the Late Models that are in today’s race. 
4:24
Comment From Jerrad 

Good Luck Randy Potter and the RPR team. 

4:24
The Canadian and American National anthems have been sung and the ACT battle flags are waving in the wind. It won’t be long until the 150-lap feature starts. 
4:23
Comment From jeff 

be thankfull speed51 giving us updates 

4:23
It is and you are currently reading along with the Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage of the event. 
4:23
Comment From christopher 

it’s not live on speed51 

4:22
Starting Lineup
ACT Late Model Tour
Governor’s Cup 150
Lee USA Speedway
1. Scott Dragon
2. Randy Potter
3. Shawn Martin
4. Brent Dragon
5. Karl Allard
6. Craig Bushey
7. Ricky Rolfe
8. Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
9. Aaron Fellows
10. Jean Paul Cyr
11. Jimmy Cormier
12. Travis Sterns
13. Chip Grenier
14. Pat Floyd
15. Mike Bruno
16. Fulton Mountain
17. Joey Pole
18. Brian Hoar
19. Joey Laquerre
20. Rick Thompson
21. Bobby Baillargeon
22. Mark Lamberton
23. Austin Theirault
24. Jamie Fisher
25. Donald Theetge
26. John Donahue
27. Dennis Spencer
28. Ray Parent
29. Dave Farrington
30. Bradley Babb
4:17
No, SPEED does not broadcast any of the ACT races on their network. Feel free to contact them if you would like to see more short track coverage on television though. 
4:17
Comment From christopher 

it’s not live on speed? 

4:12
Scott Dragon and Randy Potter will share the front row for today’s 150-lap Governor’s Cup 150 ACT Late Model race. 
4:11
Comment From Babb #4 fan 

thanks speed 51 for such wonderful coverage of the race 

4:11
The only way to see the race would be to come out and buy a ticket….make your plans now for the next event on the schedule coming up at Thunder Road Speedbowl in Vermont. 
4:11
Comment From christopher 

How we can see the race??? 

3:59
Next up will be pre-race festivities for the ACT Late Model feature event. 
3:59
James Logan has driven his #34 to victory in the Allison Legacy feature. 
3:59
Thank you for logging in! 
3:58
Comment From Austin 57 fan 

So many fans are grateful to have Speed51 to keep them in touch with these races. You guys are awesome! Thanks for the great coverage. 

3:54
Comment From RP Fan 

Thanks Speed 51 ” GREAT JOB TODAY ” 

3:44
Babb is running his own car this year. 
3:43
Comment From Guest 

Is Babb is his own car or the one he drove last year for Sally whats her name 

3:41
Bradley Babb will start at the rear of the field with a provisional. 
3:41
Also not making the show were Glen Luce, Quinny Welch, Shane Green, James LInardy, Katrina Canney and several other drivers. 
3:40
Last year’s first and second place finishers in the Governor’s Cup 150 at Lee, Miles Chipman and Jeff Labrecque did not qualify for this year’s race. 
3:40
Ray Parent has won the B-Main while Dennis Spencer and Dave Farrington also took down transfer spots. 
3:39
Dave Farrington has been warned to pick a lane or risk being black-flagged. 
3:38
Ray Parent now has a full straightaway lead. 
3:38
Tom Fuller and Ben Ashline are right outside of the transfer spots. 
3:38
Dave Farrington, Jr. is challenging for the second position. 
3:37
Comment From RP Fan 

GO RAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 

3:37
Ray Parent has pulled away to a large lead. 
3:37
AJ Panessiti has dropped out of the race. 
3:37
Dennis Spencer, Jr. and Dave Farrington, Jr. also are in transfer positions. 
3:36
Ray Parent now leads. 
3:36
Three drivers will advance from this race into the main event instead of two. Taht is because only one driver is eligible for the two ACT provisionals that were planned for today. 
3:35
Bradley Babb is off the pace, but he has the benefit of an ACT available to him if he needs it. 
3:35
GREEN FLAG – Tom Fuller leads into turn one. 
3:33
Ken Squier has just told the crowd that the top three finishers will advance into the feature from the B-Main. We aren’t sure if that was an error or a procedure change. 
3:32
Comment From Norm 

He’s a happy wanderer 

3:32
The ACT B-Main is coming up next – with only the top two finishers making it into the big show today. 
3:31
Safe travels to Elgin Traylor – who was out on the Left Coast covering the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Series for 51 Radio and NASCARHomeTracks.com Radio. 
3:30
Comment From Stat Boy 

Checking in from the Houston Airport, ready to see some ACT Late Models! 

3:21
A pair of small-block Supermodifieds are going to roll out onto the track for an exhibition run. The division is now the top weekly division at Lee USA Speedway, but they are not racing today. 
3:20
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3:20
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3:19
Comment From the freakz 

Good Luck 78NH 

3:19
Mark Parenteau has won the Hobby Stock feature. 
3:15
Right now, the Hobby Stock feature is on the track. There will also be a B-Feature for the ACT Late Models and then an Allison Legacy car feature before the 150-lap ACT Late Model feature. 
3:13
Comment From Guest 

What does the rest of the day’s schedule look like? Wondering how long until the ACT B-Feature, and obviously the ACT Feature race. 

3:13
Longtime Modified fans might recognize one of the sponsors on Jean Paul Cyr’s #32 Late Model – TJ Toyota of Potsdam, New York. The dealership is owned by former Modified Tour car owner Ed Cloce – whose #69 Hemi Cuda Racing team fields cars for many years with a roster of drivers that included Reggie Ruggiero. The dealership’s general manager is Tommy Cloce, who has raced on the Modified Tour, in the PASS North Series and is a former ASA Member Track National Champion. 
3:10
Jean Paul Cyr’s new colors for 2011. (51 Photo)
3:03
Jack Victoria’s Ironman car didn’t even have a car number on it for practice yesterday. (51 Photo)
3:01
Jack Victoria said in victory lane that this will be his only race at Lee USA Speedway in the Ironman division this season. He is moving on to the New England Mini Stock Tour. 
3:00
Jack Victoria has won the Ironman feature with his Chevrolet Malibu. 
2:59
Ricky Rolfe (51 Photo)
2:56
Travis Sterns’ #85ME Late Model.
2:54
Comment From 99 late 

Good luck aaron fellows (29 late) 

2:54
Comment From Eric 

they are doing full time serie castrol ACT in quebec , and some races in us . 

2:54
Daniel Khilall had a tough weekend with his #14NJ Late Model…which doesn’t look quite like this anymore.
2:53
Speaking of Canadians, one drive who did not enter this weekend’s race at Lee is Patrick Laperle. 
2:52
I would think that they are both going to chase points in Quebec’s ACT Castrol Series, where they are both former champions, while running selected US ACT races. 
2:52
Comment From Tony 

Donald and Karl doing full time US ACT or just select races this year? 

2:51
Comment From RPM#57Fan 

Mom Theriault, why aren’t we there? Go get ’em Austin!!! 

2:51
Comment From Charles 56 

Good job Donald and Karl!! 

2:51
Comment From Eric 

congratulation to Allard and Theetge . 

2:51
Comment From jeff 

seems the dragon family doing very well today… and super nice to see the avery 5vt car doing good 

2:50
The Ironman feature is now on the track. 
2:50
Comment From jeff lagueux 

yessssssss two more quebec guys are in the final yaaaaaaa 

2:50
Yes, two more drivers will advance through that event with two provisionals also available. 
2:50
Comment From jeff 

there doing a last chance race today 

2:49
Comment From jeff lagueux 

go quebec guys gogogogo 

2:49
Comment From big fans from Maine 

Way to go Austin Theriault! Northern Maine is so proud of you!! 

2:49
Comment From Mom Theriault 

We knew you could do it Austin!! We are all so proud of you. Wish I could be there!! 

2:49
Comment From Guest 

Great job Shawn! You and Austin make “The Valley” proud! 

2:49
You just did. There are dozens of comments coming in, so we can only have time to post a fraction of them. 
2:48
Comment From tomkatz 

how do i comment n screen? 

2:48
Comment From Nate 

Sound like it should be a intresting race wish I was not working 

2:48
There will be a photo gallery later this week on the Speed 51 Facebook Feed page. We have a one person crew here today, so there is only so much time to type, shoot photos and post them in a timely manner. 
2:47
Comment From Gary Watsons Wife 02 team 

any more pics please! 

2:47
Ray Parent just missed getting into the field by a matter of a few inches. 
2:47
Shawn Martin has won the second consi event over Karl Allard, Jean Paul Cyr, Jamie Fisher and Donald Theetge. 
2:46
Karl Allard is now up to second. 
2:46
Ray Parent has moved into the final transfer spot. 
2:45
RESTART – Shawn Martin has edged into the lead. 
2:44
Comment From keenemotorsports2 

lets go team 94 shawn martin 

2:43
Jean Paul Cyr is being scored as the leader ahead of Shawn Martin, Jamie Fisher, Karl Allard, Donald Theetge, Ray Parent, Shane Green, Dave Farrington, Jeff Labrecque, AJ Panessiti, Quinny Welch, Glen Luce, Stephane Decoste an Yvon Bedard. 
2:41
Mike Kenison’s car is also going to need a wrecker to make it back to the pit area. A few track workers, along with Kenison, are hooking that car up currently. 
2:41
The #14 car of Khilall is being winched onto a flatbed wrecker with heavy front end damage. 
2:40
Comment From Troy Germain 

WOW.. TOUGH BREAK FOR KENISON 

2:38
Mike Kenison has stopped on the backstretch and is out of his car and taking a look under the hood to assess the damage to his Late Model. 
2:38
Five support vehicles are now assembled on the backstretch to clean up the mess from that wreck. 
2:37
ACT’s Tom Curley has told the team of Daniel Khilall over the radio that their driver will need more experience before coming back to an ACT event. 
2:37
Comment From RP Fan 

Go #17 Ray Parent get in the SHOW !!!!!!!!!!! 

2:37
The caution is out. 
2:36
Daniel Khilall spun on the backstretch and blocked the track as the leaders came by. Mike Kenison had nowhere to go and slammed hard into Khiall. Kenison is now driving away, but has heavy front end damage to his Late Model. 
2:35
Quinny Welch is running deep in the pack after he made repairs to his #78NH due to a heat race wreck. 
2:34
Ray Parent and Donald Theetge are just outside transfer spots. 
2:34
Mike Kenison and Karl Allard also hold transfer spots currently. 
2:34
Jamie Fisher runs third. 
2:33
Shawn Martin has rocketed into second place. 
2:33
GREEN FLAG – Jean Paul Cyr leads lap one. 
2:33
Jean Paul Cyr will lead the second consi to green over Mike Kenison. 
2:33
Comment From 02NH26VT 

Thata boy John boy!! Whoop Whoop!! 

2:33
Comment From (207) 

WOOHOO, Aus! 

2:32
Comment From Guest 

Good job “Awesome Austin”! 

2:32
There will also be a B-Main event where two competitors make it into the field of 30 starters for today’s 150-lap ACT feature. 
2:31
Chip Grenier has won the first consi over Bobby Baillargeon, Joey Pole, Austin Theirault and John Donahue. 
2:30
Miles Chipman has a tire going down and is off the pace. 
2:30
John Donahue took advantage of a slip by Miles Chipman to move into the final transfer spot. 
2:30
Tom Fuller and Miles Chipman are battling hard for the final transfer spot. 
2:29
RESTART – Chip Grenier edges ahead into turn one. 
2:27
Comment From Troy Germain 

GO AUSTIN and POLE!! 

2:27
Bill Bernard has spun on the frontstretch under caution. 
2:26
Comment From 200 

Lets go Austin!!! 

2:26
Comment From RPM#57Fan 

GO AUSTIN!!! 

2:26
Comment From Mrs RPM 

Go Austin….man I wish was at the race!! 

2:26
Comment From bill 

go BB 82NH cheering on from NC 

2:25
Bill Bernard
2:24
Linardy hit the wall hard with his front end of his #77MA Late Model. He appears to be okay, but the car is heavily damaged. 
2:23
James Linardy has wrecked on the backstretch to bring out the caution. 
2:22
Miles Chipman has passed Tom Fuller for the final transfer spot. 
2:22
Among those outside of the transfer spots right now are Miles Chipman, John Donahue and Brad Babb. 
2:22
Currently, Bobby Baillargeon leads Chip Grenier, Joey Pole, Austin Theirault and Tom Fuller in the transfer spot. 
2:21
Comment From (207) 

Let’s go, Austin! 

2:21
Comment From Taps 

Keep up the good work. Enjoy reading about the races I cant make it to. 

2:21
Austin Theriault has moved into a transfer spot. 
2:21
Joey Pole is up to third on the first lap. 
2:20
START – Bobby Baillargeon leads. 
2:20
Comment From Guest 

Go Dennis Spencer Jr!! 

2:20
The consi races are 15 laps in length with the top five advancing to the feature. 
2:20
Bobby Baillargeon will lead the first consi to the green ahead of Tom Fuller, Chip Grenier, Joey Pole, Miles Chipman, Brad Babb, Austin Theirault, John Donahue, Dennis Spencer, Katrina Canney, Eric Chase, James Linardy, Bill Bernard and Ben Ashline. 
2:16
The ACT Consi races will be up next. 
2:15
Eddie MacDonald planned to race here today, but Mother Nature messed that up. His plan was to race in South Boston, Virginia with the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East on Saturday and fly to New England this morning to race here. But rain delayed the East race until today, so MacDonald withdrew from the ACT event. 
2:14
Comment From jim d 

no ed mac? have a good day Twisty!! 

2:14
John Donahue (Left) and Brad Babb (Right).
2:11
Aaron Fellows’ #29NH Late Model. (51 Photo)
2:07
Randy Potter (#02) and Chip Grenier (#9VT). (51 Photo)
2:01
Comment From Nancy Marshall 

You are doing a great job with your updates….keep up the good work! 

1:58
That wraps up the heat races. The consi events will be very exciting with Joey Pole, John Donahue, Jean Paul Cyr and Shawn Martin among those who haven’t made it into the show yet. 
1:56
Finish – Travis Sterns has won over Rick Thompson, Fulton Mountain and Aaron Fellows. 
1:56
Lap 10 – Cyr is inching closer, but might run out of time. 
1:56
The top four are single file with Jean Paul Cyr racing hard to catch them with a damaged car for the final transfer spot. 
1:55
Travis Sterns still leads. 
1:55
JR Baril has slowed on the track. 
1:55
Lap Seven – Jean Paul Cyr is now up to fifth. 
1:55
Aaron Fellows has taken fourth position. 
1:54
Rick Thompson, Fulton Mountain and JR Baril also hold transfer spots currently. 
1:54
Quinny Welch is back on the track at a reduced pace. 
1:53
RESTART – Travis Sterns takes a slight lead. 
1:53
30 cars are scheduled to start and there will be provisionals for selected “100%ers” which are full-time ACT competitors. 
1:53
Comment From shar 

How many start the feature and are there any provisionals? 

1:52
Comment From jeff 

goodluck richard green racing 

1:52
JR Baril may have been slightly involved in that wreck too, but he did not spin or suffer any notable damage. 
1:52
All four cars have driven away. Welch has gone to the pits with heavy nose damage. Cyr is staying on the track with minor nose damage. Yetman and Fortin are also pitting. 
1:51
On the second lap of the fourth heat race, there was a big wreck in turn one involving Jean Paul Cyr, Pete Yetman, Lewis Fortin and Quinny Welch. 
1:50
Rick Thompson will lead the fourth and final ACT heat race to green ahead of Lewis Fortin, Travis Sterns, Fulton Mountain, Pete Yetman, JR Baril, Aaron Fellows, Jean Paul Cyr, Bill Bernard, Quinny Welch, Jeff Labrecque, Miles Chipman and Donald Theetge. 
1:48
Brian Hoar has won the third heat race over Mike Bruno, Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Mark Lamberton. 
1:48
The #3NH is Mike Kenison of Riverside Speedway (NH) fame and not former Oxford Plains Speedway (ME) and PASS competitor Chris Kennison. Old habits came back to me there. Sorry for the error. 
1:48
Comment From Guest 

mike kenison? 

1:48
Comment From Guest 

Is that Chris Keniston from Oxford, ME.? 

1:45
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. has passed Mike Kenison for the fourth and final transfer spot. 
1:45
Mike Bruno, Mark Lamberton and Mike Kenison are also in transfer spots. 
1:45
Brian Hoar has pulled out to a big lead early on in the third heat race. 
1:44
Hunter Bates will not start this heat race after a practice wreck where he heavily damaged his Late Model. 
1:44
Brian Hoar will lead the third heat race to the green flag ahead of Mark Lamberton, Mike Bruno, Brad Babb, Mike Kenison, Wayne Helliwell, Rowland Robinson, Chip Grenier, Dave Farrington, Jamie Fisher, John Donahue and Stephane Decoste. 
1:43
Comment From Troy Germain 

LOTS of new names today… WOW! 

1:43
Comment From Troy Germain 

mid 80’s and humid here… LOL 

1:43
Comment From Nate 

Nice to see your still following the act tour troy welcome home 

1:42
Joey Laquerre, Scott Dragon and Ricky Rolfe have also taken transfer spots, but the photo finish hasn’t been sorted out yet. 
1:42
Pat Floyd has won the second heat race over a three-wide finish for second. 
1:41
Scott Dragon has inched into a qualifying spot at Tom Fuller’s expense. 
1:41
RESTART – Pat Floyd leads again. 
1:41
Comment From guest 

You can always come home 🙂 

1:40
Comment From jeff 

yeah right troy being in the sunny south good luck down there 

1:40
You are missed Troy….but I’m sure your weather is a little bit warmer. 
1:39
Comment From Troy Germain 

Gotta say.. it is VERY difficult for me to NOT be there…. 

1:39
Luckless Daniel Khilall came upon those two wrecked cars in turn two under caution and also got jammed up in the incident. 
1:39
CAUTION – Lap 10 – Katrina Canney and Yvon Bedard has wrecked in turn two. 
1:38
Pat Floyd holds a comfortable lead. 
1:38
Scott Dragon has moved up into fifth, but has a way to go to catch a transfer spot with only four laps to go. 
1:38
The top four have broken away from the pack. 
1:37
Comment From j5 

Come on Tom Fuller in the Helliwell chassied car.. 

1:37
Ricky Rolfe has moved into second place. 
1:37
Ricky Rolfe and Tom Fuller are also in transfer spots currently. 
1:37
Katrina Canney has slipped up the racetrack and lost several positions. 
1:36
Pat Floyd has taken back the lead. 
1:36
Joey Laquerre has now taken the lead on the backstretch. 
1:36
RESTART (Attempt #2) – Pat Floyd leads again into turn one. 
1:35
False start. Pat Floyd was determined to jump the restart, so we’ll try it again. 
1:35
RESTART – Pat Floyd leads. 
1:33
Pat Floyd is being scored as the leader. 
1:33
CAUTION – Daniel Khilall did end up making it out onto the track, but has now spun his #14NJ Late Model. 
1:33
There were two instances of contact between Pat Floyd and Joey Laquerre on the first lap. 
1:32
START – Pat Floyd noses ahead into turn one. 
1:32
There will be a complete restart to the second ACT heat race. 
1:32
Daniel Khilall has not started the second heat race as he was scheduled to. 
1:31
Ben Asheline has spun on the first lap of the second heat race.
1:31
Pat Floyd will start on the pole of the second heat race ahead of Joey Laquerre, Ben Asheline, Yvon Bedard, Katrina Canney, Ricky Rolfe, AJ Pnessiti, Jeremy Harclerode, Austin Theirault, Scott Dragon and Shawn Martin will round out the field. 
1:29
The top four finishers in each heat race advance. The number of passing points that they get determines where they will start in the feature. There will also be consi races, so there are other chances to make the field. 
1:28
Comment From j5 

The top 4 in passing points advance or top 4 finishers advance? 

1:28
Comment From 02NH26VT 

Way to go Randy!! 

1:28
John Donahue is a threat to win anytime the ACT Late Models are in action, but with such a good field assembled, his goal for today is to just qualify for the feature.

“You’ve got to take care of the simple tasks first,” said Donahue. “Getting in is the first worry and it’s all fun from there.” 

1:27
Jimmy Cormier has won the first heat race over Craig Bushey, Brent Dragon and Randy Potter. 
1:27
Comment From jeff 

yes act usen the + – 

1:27
Yes, the ACT Tour uses a plus/minus system for setting the feature lineup. A draw determines the heat race lineups. 
1:26
Comment From j5 

Are they not doing passing points today? 

1:26
Joey Pole is back in the sixth position. 
1:26
LAP 6 – Jimmy Cormier continues to lead Craig Bushey, Brent Dragon and Randy Potter in this heat race. Those are the only drivers currently in transfer positions. 
1:25
Brent Dragon has moved up to the fourth and final transfer spot. 
1:25
Four cars will advance from each heat race. 
1:25
There will be twelve laps in each heat race for the ACT Late Models. 
1:24
Jimmy Cormier has now taken the lead. Each of the three laps so far has had a different leader. 
1:24
James Linardy is now into the lead. 
1:24
GREEN FLAG – Heat #1 – Dennis Spencer, Jr. edges into the lead. 
1:24
James Linardy will lead Dennis Spencer, Jimmy Cormier, Bobby Baillargeon, Craig Bushey, Ray Parent, Brent Dragon, Joey Pole, Shane Green, Randy Potter, Eric Chase, Kalr Allard and Glen Luce to the green flag of the first heat race. 
1:22
The ACT heats will now roll off next due to a schedule adjustment. 
1:22
Longtime ACT announcer Troy Germain is not with the Tour this year. The popular voice of the Tour has moved to Florida during the off-season. So today, we have legendary announcer Ken Squier at the microphone along with Aaron Maynard. For the Lee divisions, Modified Racing Series announcer John Spence, Sr. is making the call today. 
1:20
Comment From jeff 

watch out for the avery’s dragon wagon 

1:20
Comment From Guest 

Good luck to that young kid from northern Maine, Austin Theriault number 57! 

1:18
Comment From passcoupl1961 

good bradley have a graet day 

1:18
Comment From Mike Ray 

Great Article in Circle Track Magazine about ACT Series! 

1:18
ACT Heat Races are expected to start in about 20-30 minutes from now. 
1:18
Comment From 02,78,3nhfan 

wut time do the heats start? 

1:18
There will be heat races for the Hobby Stocks and Allison Legacy Cars before the ACT heat races roll off. Feature races for those divisions and the Ironmen are all on tap for the day. 
1:18
Comment From Maine Race Fan 

How many classes of racing are there? When do you think the ACT feature race will start? 

1:17
Correction – the Ironman race was incorrectly identified as the feature race by track officials, but it was their heat race. The feature will take place later today. 
1:16
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1:14
Comment From Mike D 

Good luck from Ford Racing to all the Teams running the S347JR engine. 

1:14
The Ironman division is now out on the track for their feature race. 
1:13
It is very pleasant. The sunny is poking through a few clouds, but there doesn’t appear to be much of a chance for more rain today. 
1:13
Comment From fan55vt 

hows the weather? 

1:12
Roster
ACT Late Models
Lee USA Speedway (NH)

0ME Shane Green
0NH Fulton Mountain
2MA JR Baril
3NH Mike Kenison
3ME Dennis Spencer, Jr.
4ME Brad Babb
7ME Glen Luce
8NH Rick Thompson
9QC Yvon Bedard
9VT Chip Grenier
9NY Hunter Bates
10QC Stephane Decoste
12NH Katrina Canney
14NJ Daniel Khiall
14NH Tom Fuller
15VT Joey Laquerre
15ME Ben Ashline
16NY Mark Lamberton
17RI Ray Parent
18VT Jamie Fisher
21MA Pete Yetman
22NY Mike Bruno
23ME Dave Farrington, Jr.
24NH Jeffrey Labrecque
26VT John Donahue
27NH Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
28ME Rowland Robinson, Jr.
29NH Aaron Fellows
32VT Jean Paul Cyr
34ME Lewis Fortin
37VT Brian Hoar
40VT Eric Chase
47MA Bill Bernard
48QC Karl Allard
51ME Ricky Rolfe
51NH Jeremy Harclerode
52NH Miles Chipman
55VT Brent Dragon
57VT Austin Theirault
71NH Scott Dragon
77MA James Linardy
78NH Quinney Welch
80QC Donald Theetge
82NH Bobby Baillargeon
85ME Travis Sterns
94ME Shawn Martin
95QC Jimmy Cormier
97NH Joey Pole
00NH AJ Panessiti
02NH Randy Potter
05VT Craig Bushey

1:12
No, a 50+ car count isn’t unheard of on the ACT Tour. We’ve seen that number here, at Thunder Road and at Oxford among other places. 
1:12
Comment From j5 

Is the car count a record for a standard 150 lap ACT show? 

12:59
Today’s official car count for the ACT Late Model Tour is 52. We are typing up a complete roster right now, so stay tuned. 
12:54
Yes, the Ironman division is made up of six cylinder cars that are usually fresh off the street. There is a late model Chevrolet Malibu that has been out there which didn’t even sport a number yesterday in practice, but now has a duct taped for the race. That’s how fresh off the street these cars are. 
12:53
Comment From j5 

And they are all 6 cylinder cars.. 

12:53
Comment From RPM#57Fan 

Following along from northern Maine – really appreciate your coverage of the race for those of us who can’t be there… Good luck Austin Theriault! 

12:53
We have heard from ACT officials that Brian Hoar was the quickest competitor in today’s practice session. 
12:52
The front wheel drive Ironman division is now hitting the track for a brief practice session. The division is a motley crew of Chevy Luminas, Ford Tauruses, Buick Centuries and similar American cars. 
12:50
Comment From j5 

That must be a product of the new ACT compound thats about 2 tenths faster than last years cars. 

12:49
Comment From Maine Race Fan 

Good luck to Austin Theriault, Shawn Martin, and Brian Hoar, from some of your biggest fans in Northern Maine! 

12:49
A few rookies had a tough time getting up to speed in practice. New Jersey’s Daniel Khilall was not up to speed and was moving around through a few different lanes on the track, so he got black-flagged. Meanwhile, the driver of the #22NY, Hunter Bates, was warned over the radio to pick a lane on the track instead of holding up some of the fastest cars in practice. A few minutes later, he wrecked on the backstretch. His car suffered heavy damage. Bates walked away from the incident, but is being checked out in the ambulance by track safety crews. 
12:44
Practice has now wrapped up for the ACT Late Models. If and when practice times become available, we will post them.
12:43
There won’t be any live radio coverage of the ACT race today, but we might broadcast some events later in the season. Stay tuned. 
12:43
Comment From 37FAN 

Any live Radio coverage of ACT event? – Thanks 

12:43
Yesterday, there was an optional practice session for the ACT Late Model teams here at Lee. The usual suspects were all quick right off the truck – with Joey Pole, Brian Hoar, Miles Chipman and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. all turning laps in the 15.6 second range early in the day. 
12:40
Comment From Guest 

Thanks For The Reports. Nice Work 

12:40
Comment From j5 

Lets go 2010 Lee USA Speedway champion Wayne Helliwell Jr. 

12:40
Yes, please remember all of those tornado victims this morning. My parents were driving through the Carolinas on I-95 last night and told me about some of the massive devastation that took place through that corridor. 
12:38
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thanks for today’s coverage,Pray for the tornado victums!peace,out. 

12:36
Comment From Nate 

How are the car counts? 

12:36
There are approximately 50 Late Models here today, but I don’t have an official car count yet. 
12:36
No, they are not posted yet. 
12:35
Comment From 02,78,3nhfan 

do u have the heat lineups yet? 

12:33
Welcome to Lee USA Speedway (NH), where it rained through the night….but that’s okay because there is racing today. Practice is now underway for the ACT Late Model season opener with heat races expected to start somewhere close to the 1pm ET advertised time. The track crew has done a great job of drying the track to keep this show on schedule. There is mud and a little bit of standing water in the infield though, so any spin could be a messy one today.

Trackside Now: Governor’s Cup 150 – Lee USA Speedway (NH) – 4/17/11