1:46
This will conclude our coverage of day one of the Hy-Miler Nationals at Sandusky Speedway. We will see you in about 11 to 12 hours. Thank you for joining us. Goodnight.
1:45
ISMA Super Modifieds
Hy-Miler Nationals Fast 40
Results

1. Ben Seitz
2. DJ Shullick
3. Mike Lichty
4. Lou Cicconi
5. Rob Summers
6. Jeff Locke
7. Jon McKennedy
8. Otto Siterly
9. Kyle Edwards
10. Charlie Schultz
11. Mark Sammut
12. Trevor Berry
13. Mike McVetta
14. Eric Lewis
15. Jim Paller
16. Ed Witkum
17. Dave McKnight
18. Tim Ice
19. Bobby Santos
20. Alison Cumens
21. Bobby Dawson
22. Trent Stephens
23. Matt Marlow
24. Kevin Jaycox
25. Ryan Conlam
26. Timmy Jedrezejk
27. Kevin Feeney
28. Moe Lilje

1:34
Top three. (Speed51.com photo)
1:32
Seitz in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
1:27
We are going trackside.
1:27
Mike Lichty came home third.
1:27
CHECKERED: Seitz holds off Shulick for the win.
1:26
WHITE FLAG Seitz leads.
1:26
Lap 38: Schulick trying to run down Seitz.
1:26
GREEN LAP 37: Seitz gets a good run. Schulick goes to second on the outside.
1:26
DJ Schulick is now in third with Summers in fourth.
1:25
One to go at the line.
1:25
Just confirmed with ISMA officials. Be three laps to go when we go back to green.
1:25
Trent Stephens spun in turn four.
1:24
CAUTION LAP 37: Car spins in turn four.
1:23
Lap 35: Five laps to go for Ben Seitz.
1:22
Lap 33: Summers gets by Locke for second.
1:22
Lap 32: Seitz leads while Locke is holding on to second.
1:22
Lap 31: Summers challenging Locke for second.
1:21
Lap 30: Ten to go for Ben Seitz.
1:21
Lap 28: Seitz catches lap traffic.
1:21
Lap 27: Seitz has about a 15 car length lead.
1:21
Lap 26: Cicconi runs fourth.
1:20
Lap 24: Seitz opens up to a bigger lead.
1:20
Lap 23: Seitz, Locke, Summers are your top three.
1:19
Lap 22: Seitz opens up to a ten car length lead over Locke.
1:19
Lap 21: Seitz is the leader at the halfway mark.
1:19
Lap 20: Summers may challenge Locke for second while Seitz takes off.
1:18
GREEN LAP 19: Seitz gets a good jump on the Locke.
1:18
They do single file restarts in the ISMA Super Modifieds.
1:18
One to go at the line.
1:18
Officials are verifying the lineup.
1:17
McKennedy is sixth.
1:17
Kevin Jaycox also spun, he will go to the rear as well.
1:16
Cicconi is fourth and Stephens is fifth.
1:16
Santos will go to the rear of the field. Seitz is your leader with Locke in second and Summers in third.
1:14
YELLOW LAP 19: Santos spins in turns three and four.
1:14
Lap 18: Seitz and Santos battle for the top spot.
1:13
Lap 16: Locke falls back to third. Seitz to the lead with Santos in second.
1:13
Lap 15: Locke gets by lap traffic while Seitz tries to close in.
1:12
Lap 11: Locke has a lap car between him and Seitz.
1:12
Lap 10: Santos on the rear bumper of Seitz for second.
1:12
Lap 9: Locke has a big lead over Seitz.
1:11
Lap 8: Seitz is still in second with Santos in third.
1:11
Lap 6: Locke continues to lead and is putting Feeney a lap down.
1:11
Lap 5: Rob Summers is fourth and Ciccioni is fifth.
1:10
Lap 2: Locke, Seitz and Santos is your top three.
1:10
GREEN FLAG: Locke gets a holeshot run out of two and takes the lead over Seitz.
1:09
Field will double up. They will do a wave lap and get one to go.
1:03
ISMA Super Modifieds
Fast 40
Starting Lineup

1. Ben Seitz
2. Jeff Locke
3. Bobby Santos
4. Rob Summers
5. Lou Cicconi Jr.
6. Jon McKennedy
7. Trent Stephens
8. Otto Siterly
9. Mike Lichty
10. Kyle Edwards
11. Trevor Berry
12. DJ Schullick
13. Moe Lilje
14. Charlie Schultz
15. Eric Lewis
16. Mark Sammut
17. Alison Cumens
18. Tim Ice
19. Ed Witkum
20. Bobby Dawson
21. Mike McVetta
22. Ryan Coniam
23. Dave McKnight
24. Jim Paller
25. Kevin Jaycox
26. Aaron Pierce
27. Kevin Feeney
28. Timmy Jedrezejk

12:59
Ben Seitz and Jeff Locke will be the front row. Trying to get a lineup.
12:58
The ISMA Super Modifieds are coming out.
12:57
Kenny Phillips was fourth and Jason Drew was fifth.
12:56
If we get a full rundown, we will post it.
12:56
There will be no victory lane ceremony. They are going right to the ISMA Super Modified feature.
12:55
CHECKERED FLAG: Travis Eddy gets the win. Matt Marlowe is second and Tyler Shulick is third.
12:55
WHITE FLAG: One to go for Travis Eddy.
12:55
Lap 22: Eddy continues to lead Marlowe and Shulick.
12:54
Lap 21: Marlowe challenging Eddy for the top spot.
12:54
GREEN LAP 20: Eddy gets a good jump on Marlowe and takes the lead.
12:53
One to go at the line. We have 20 laps complete.
12:53
We have lost our timing and scoring for the Modifieds.
12:51
CAUTION LAP 20: JR Karl and Joe Shannon spin in turns one and two.
12:50
Lap 20: Marlowe continues to lead with five to go.
12:49
Lap 18: Marlowe leads with Eddy in second and Schulick in third.
12:49
Lap 17: Eddy gets the lead while Marlowe gets a bump from Shulick in turn two.
12:49
GREEN FLAG LAP 16: Marlowe and Eddy battle for the top spot.
12:48
Klinect is back out. One to go at the line.
12:47
YELLOW LAP 16: Klinect was slow in turn three. Caution came out and he drove back to the pits.
12:46
GREEN FLAG LAP 16: Marlowe gets the edge going into turn one.
12:45
Field is doubling up. One to go at the line.
12:44
Matt Marlowe is the leader with Travis Eddy in second and Tyler Shulick in third.
12:42
12:42
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12:42
When we go back to green, we will have 10 laps to go.
12:42
Engines have re-fired and the yellow is back out.
12:39
Taylor’s car goes off on the flatbed. (Speed51.com photo)
12:38
Just got a report that Taylor is ok.
12:36
We are staying away from the scene to allow track officials tend to his car.
12:36
Norm Taylor was the driver who rolled.
12:33
RED FLAG: Just had a car barrel roll down the frontstretch into one. We are trying to identify the driver.
12:33
GREEN FLAG LAP 15: Marlowe gets a run off of two for the lead.
12:32
Eddy and Marlowe will lead the field to the green.
12:32
One to go at the line.
12:32
Field doubles up.
12:30
CAUTION LAP 14: Clay Pope spins off of four.
12:29
Lap 12: Eddy, Marlowe, Phillips, Shulick, Taylor, Drew, Quin, Dobbins, Shannon.
12:29
Lap 11: Eddy, Marlowe gets by Phillips for second.
12:29
Lap 10: Shulick goes to fourth.
12:28
Lap 9: Taylor and Shulick battle for fourth.
12:28
Lap 8: Eddy goes to the lead. Phillips in second and Marlowe in third.
12:28
GREEN FLAG LAP 8: Eddy on the outside tries to get a run out of two on Phillips.
12:27
Travis Eddy and Kenny Phillips will lead to the the green. One to go at the line.
12:25
Officials are trying to get Sharp to the rear.
12:24
Sharp is being sent to the tail of the field. Taylor will get his spot back.
12:24
CAUTION LAP 8: Taylor spins. It appears he made contact with with Taylor causing Taylor to spin.
12:23
GREEN Lap 7: Travis Eddy challengind for the lead.
12:22
One to go at the line.
12:21
CAUTION LAP 7: Craig Phillips spins in four. He goes to the pits.
12:20
Lap 7: Matt Marlowe has worked his worked his way to fourth.
12:20
Lap 5: Kenny Phillips continues to lead.
12:19
Lap 4: Kenny Phillips leads with Travis Eddy in second and Norm Taylor in third. Craig Phillips is fourth.
12:19
Lap 3: Kenny Phillips darts out to the lead. Travis Eddy battles Craig Phillips for second.
12:18
Lap 2: Craig Phillips leads the first lap. But the battle is still on.
12:18
GREEN FLAG: Kenny Phillips and Craig Phillips battle on lap one.
12:17
One to go at the line.
12:17
Wave lap is complete.
12:16
This is a 25-lap feature for the Modifieds.
12:16
12:15
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12:15
Call has been made to line up double file.
12:15
Lineup is set, we should see a green shortly.
12:12
Engines have fired up. They are getting the cars lined up and the safety is returning to their posts.
12:07
Clean up is just about complete in turns one and two. Hopefully we will have engines fired shortly.
12:00
We were under hot laps and it appears Mike Lawson lost his motor going into turn one. He spun and two others spun as well. The red flag is coming out.
11:59
11:59
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11:59
Modified Feature
Starting Lineup

1. Kenny Phillips
2. Craig Phillips
3. Norm Talyor
4. Travis Eddy
5. Stephen Klinect
6. Matt Marlowe
7. Jason Drew
8. Tyler Schulick
9. Kenny Sharp
10. Dave Dobbins
11. Greg Sharp
12. Joseph Quinn
13. Joe Shannon
14. Chris Hamilton
15. Kenny Calhoun
16. Mike Lawson
17. Jason Wells
18. Brad Copen
19. JR Karl
20. Joey Wyckoff
21. John Bartlome
22. Steve Jones
23, Justin Hamilton
24. Clay Pope
25. Samuel Tanner
26. Ryan Cypher

11:54
They are bringing out the Modified feature field.
11:52
Kenny Phillips is out on the track making mock runs to make sure the track is ready to go.
11:47
11:47
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11:43
The Modified feature was just reduced from 30 to 25 laps.
11:42
Just got word that the ISMA Super Modifieds will only run their feature tonight. No heat races.
11:40
We appreciate you all hanging with us in this late night. Hopefully, we will go racing soon.
11:37
They are sending the Modifieds to the pits and safety vehicles back to their places. We may be close to going back to racing.
11:33
Currently we have a mix of safety vehicles and Modifieds on the track working to dry it off
11:32
11:32
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11:27
Modifieds have started to come on the track.
11:21
They are asking the Modified drivers to come out and help dry the track.
11:18
11:18
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11:17
Track drying efforts continue at Sandusky Speedway. Hopefully we can get racing soon.
11:09
Just took a peak at radar, it appears the cell is almost gone from the track. They are trying to get the track dried now.

Thank you for hanging with us.

11:09
11:09
Today’s coverage of the Hy-Miler Nationals featuring the ISMA Super Modifieds and Top Speed Modifieds is presented by 51 TV’s Pay-Per-View broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash. The 22nd Annual Kalamazoo Klash will get “Rowdy” this year as Kyle Busch has entered both the 150-lap, $20,000 to win Outlaw Late Model and ARCA/CRA Super Series 100-lap events. 51 TV will have exclusive live Pay-Per-View coverage of one of the top Outlaw Late Model events in the country along with the stars & cars of one of the top Midwest Super Late Model series. Order it today for $19.99 at http://speed51.com/51livetv…
10:54
10:54
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10:53
Officials are guessing that we should be racing in about 15-20 minutes.
10:45
We are still waiting for the rain to stop. Looking at radar, once this cell is past, we should be good for the rest of this late night.
10:33
10:33
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10:33
Track drying is still going on the track. Still have some sprinkles falling.
10:19
10:19
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10:14
We don’t have any lineups or no updates on the schedule for the remainder of the night yet. We are trying to get some answers.
10:08
Officials are now reporting that this weather cell is moving through and once it does, we will be back to racing.
10:04
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10:02
10:02
Today’s coverage of the Hy-Miler Nationals featuring the ISMA Super Modifieds and Top Speed Modifieds is presented by 51 TV’s Pay-Per-View broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash. The 22nd Annual Kalamazoo Klash will get “Rowdy” this year as Kyle Busch has entered both the 150-lap, $20,000 to win Outlaw Late Model and ARCA/CRA Super Series 100-lap events. 51 TV will have exclusive live Pay-Per-View coverage of one of the top Outlaw Late Model events in the country along with the stars & cars of one of the top Midwest Super Late Model series. Order it today for $19.99 at http://speed51.com/51livetv…
10:01
Fans are still hanging around waiting for racing to resume here at Sandusky Speedway. Still have the 30-lap Modified feature and the ISMA Super Modifieds to race tonight.
9:57
Still working on keeping the track dry while there is a light sprinkle over Sandusky Speedway. Plan is still to get the show in tonight.
9:46
9:46
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9:44
Just go to the main page of speed51.com and you can watch more than one Trackside Now…in fact, you can watch them all.
9:43
Just a reminder we do have Trackside Now’s at other race venues tonight. We are live now at Lucas Oil Raceway in Clermont, IN for the ARCA 200. Big 8 Series is racing as part of the Larry Detjens Memorial at State Park Speedway in Wausau, WI. SK Modifieds at Stafford Speedway.

And the Southern Super Series in action at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.

9:38
Officials are thinking they will have a window in about 10-15 minutes to go racing. We are standing by waiting.
9:32
9:32
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9:25
Track officials are making sure that the safety vehicles around the track are driving in the groove.
9:20
It is still sprinkling here at Sandusky Speedway, but track officials are determined to get tonight’s show in.
9:15
9:15
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9:14
Still under a weather delay here at Sandusky Speedway. The goal is to get the show in tonight.
9:04
They were about to send the Modifieds out and it just started sprinkling harder than before. They are asking for safety vehicles back on track.
8:58
8:58
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8:53
The goal is to run the Modifieds then they think the track will be in good condition for the ISMA Super Modifieds.
8:52
The call has been made that the Modified feature will be out at 9pm EDT.
8:50
They just announced that the Modified feature will be up next in about 15 minutes.
8:49
Safety vehicles are still pacing around the track. The track appears to be in good shape from our view from the tower.
8:42
It’s a very light sprinkle. In fact, many fans are still sitting in the stands.
8:42
Good news over the radio is the report is that they have not lost the track from the sprinkles.
8:38
DJ Schullick set a fast time of 14.326 tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
8:35
Reed Salvage in Grafton, Ohio is doing a free bike giveaway tonight. Kids can visit the ISMA Novelty Trailer and get a free ticket for their chance to win.

The ISMA Hard Charger Award ($100) is sponsored by the “4th Turn Crazies. This is given to the driver who advances the most positions and has the highest finishing position during the ISMA feature.

Radical Race Gear ISMA Lap Leader Award is a $100 Radical Race Gear gift certificate to the driver who leads the most laps during the ISMA feature.

8:31
All of the safety vehicles and push vehicles are out trying to keep the track dry.
8:27
It has started to sprinkle and the first heat cars have been sent back to the pits.
8:27
8:27
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8:26
First heat is getting a few laps to warm up their cars.
8:23
First heat is starting to roll out. These will be 10-lap heats.
8:18
The ISMA Super Modified heats are up next.
8:17
CHECKERED: Sharp gets the win.
2. Kenny Phillips
3. Norm Talyor
4. Craig Phillips
5. Stephen Klinect
6. Travis Eddy
7. Jason Drew
8. Tyler Shulick
9. Matt Marlowe – DNS
8:16
WHITE FLAG: Sharp has a three second lead.
8:16
Lap 7: Phillips continues hold off the challenges by Phillips for second.
8:15
Lap 5: Kenny Sharp, Kenny Phillips, Norm Talyor, Craig Phillips and Stephen Klinect are your top five.
8:15
Lap 4: Phillips holds on to second for now.
8:15
Lap 3: Talyor challenging Phillips for second. Kenny Sharp has a big lead.
8:14
Lap 2: Kenny Sharp leads Kenny Phillips and Norm Talyor.
8:14
GREEN FLAG: Kenny Sharp gets the lead.
8:13
One to go at the line. Marlowe is not back out.
8:12
8:12
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8:12
Matt Marlowe went to the pits. Per the track rules, he gets three laps to get back out. The field is waiting to see if he makes it back out.
8:09
Third heat is out for the Modifieds. They are trying to rush the program as it does appear we have some weather heading to the area.
8:08
CHECKERED: Kenny Calhoun gets the win.
2. Mike Lawson
3. Joseph Quinn
4. Joe Shannon
5. Dave Dobbins
6. Greg Sharp
7. Chris Hamilton
8. Jason Wells
9. Brad Copen
8:07
GREEN/WHITE: Calhoun is the leader.
8:07
Jason Wells pulled off the track.
8:05
Officials are stating that Hamilton was the cause of the caution. Shannon will get his spot back. Hamilton to the tail.
8:05
WHITE FLAG: Wells has a big lead. Shannon and Hamilton spin going into turn one. Caution is out.
8:04
Lap 8: Wells leads with Calhoun now in second and Lawson in third.
8:04
GREEN LAP 8: Wells gets a good run into turn one and takes the lead.
8:03
Green flag was waved off. Mike Lawson appeared to have jumped the start.
8:01
CAUTION LAP 7: Copen slowed off of two. Engine doesn’t sound good as he goes to the pits.
8:01
Lap 7: Chris Hamilton works his way up to fifth. Copen is off the pace.
8:00
Lap 6: Calhoun holds about a car length lead on Wells.
8:00
Lap 5: No change in the top five at the halfway mark.
8:00
Lap 4: Copen continues to lead but is getting pressure by Wells.
7:59
Lap 3: Kenny Calhoun is fourth and Joe Shannon is fifth.
7:59
Lap 2: Copen goes to the lead with Wells in second and Lawson in third.
7:59
GREEN FLAG: Jason Wells and Brad Copen battle for the lead.
7:58
One to go at the line.
7:57
Heat #2 for the Modifieds is out.
7:56
7:56
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7:55
CHECKERED: John Bartlome wins the first Modified heat.
2. Samuel Tanner
3. Justin Hamilton
4. Clay Pope
5. Steve Jones
6. JR Karl
7. Joey Wyckoff
8. Ryan Cypher
9. Joseph Morisette Jr.
7:54
WHITE FLAG: Bartlome has a comfortable lead over Tanner.
7:54
Lap 8: Bartlome pulls away from Tanner.
7:54
Lap 7: Bartlome leads Tanner, Hamilton, Pope and Jones.
7:53
Lap 6: Barltome on the outside off of two, will take the lead from Tanner.
7:53
Lap 5: Tanner leads Bartlome and Hamilton. Pope and Steve Jones rounds out the top five.
7:53
Lap 3: Barlome on the inside outside of Tanner for the lead off of turn two.
7:52
Lap 2: Hamilton goes to second while John Bartlome goes to third. Pope falls back.
7:52
Lap 1: Tanner leads Pope and Justin Hamilton.
7:51
Samuel Tanner and Clay Pope are front row for the first 10-lap heat.
7:50
The Top Speed Modified heats are up first.
7:48
They just announced that all of the cars in both divisions will be in their features tonight.
7:48
Opening ceremonies are complete and we are ready to go racing at Sandusky Speedway.
7:46
ISMA Super Modifieds
Hy-Miler Nationals
Friday Qualifying Results

Pos Car # Driver Total
1 95 DJ Schullick 14.326
2 94 Otto Siterly 14.385
3 11 Kyle Edwards 14.413
4 84 Mike Lichty 14.441
5 19 Trent Stephens 14.473
6 17 Ben Seitz 14.6
7 61 Lou Cicconi Jr. 14.608
8 11 Bobby Santos 14.649
9 49 Trevor Berry 14.672
10 79 Jon McKennedy 14.725
11 37 Jeff Locke 14.78
12 74 Rob Summers 14.785
13 8 Moe Lilje 14.842
14 7 Charlie Schultz 14.861
15 28 Eric Lewis 14.92
16 78 Mark Sammut 14.923
17 39 Alison Cumens 14.925
18 65 Tim Ice 14.972
19 21 Ed Witkum 15.017
20 97 Bobby Dawson 15.028
21 22 Mike McVetta 15.042
22 46 Ryan Coniam 15.103
23 70 Dave McKnight 15.112
24 64 Jim Paller 15.115
25 07 Kevin Jaycox 15.201
26 37 Aaron Pierce 15.249
27 63 Kevin Feeney 16.415
28 77 Timmy Jedrezejk     17.648

 

7:44
7:44
The 13th Annual $20,000 to win Summer Sizzler 100 takes place on Thursday, August 7th at New Paris Speedway in New Paris, Indiana. Look for a deep field of previous winners and young guns looking to add their name to the elite group of winners. Click here to order it today.
7:43
DJ Schullick is tonight’s fast qualifier with a 14.326. We will have a full rundown in a couple of minutes.
7:42
97 – Bobby Dawson
Lap 1: 15.028
Best: 15.028
7:40
94 – Otto Siterly
Lap 1: 14.485
Lap 2: 14.385
Best: 14.385 (P2)
7:39
61 – Lou Ciccone
Lap 1: 14.608
Lap 2:
Best: 14.608
7:38
39 – Alison Cumens
Lap 1: 15.262
Lap 2: 14.925
Best: 14.925
7:36
8 – Moe Lilje
Lap 1: 14.858
Lap 2: 14.842
Best: 14.842
7:34
95 – DJ Schullick
Lap 1: 14.402
Lap 2: 14.326
Best: 14.326 (P1)
7:33
11 – Bobby Santos
Lap 1: 14.708
Lap 2: 14.649
Best: 14.649
7:32
11 – Kyle Edwards
Lap 1: 14.586
Lap 2: 14.413
Best: 14.413 (P1)
7:30
79 – Jon McKennedy
Lap 1: Didn’t get
Lap 2: 14.725
Best: 14.725
7:29
78 – Mark Sammut
Lap 1: 14.953
Lap 2: 14.923
Best: 14.923
7:28
64 – Jim Paller
Lap 1: 15.257
Lap 2: 15.115
Best: 15.115
7:26
77 – Timmy Jedrezejk
Went to the pits with possible engine problems.
7:25
19 – Trent Stephens
Lap 1: 14.473
Lap 2: 14.617
Best: 14.473 (P2)
7:24
97 – Bobby Dawson
Lap 1: Didn’t get
Lap 2: 15.157
Best: 15.157
7:23
74 – Rob Summers
Lap 1: 14.958
Lap 2: 14.785
Best: 14.785
7:22
17 – Ben Seitz
Lap 1: 14.679
Lap 2: 14.600
Best: 14.600 (P2)
7:20
65 – Tim Ice
Lap 1: 15.086
Lap 2: 14.972
Best: 14.972 (P6)
7:20
7:20
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7:19
07 – Kevin Jaycox
Lap 1: 15.353
Lap 2: 15.201
Best: 15.201
7:18
28 – Eric Lewis
Lap 1: 14.984
Lap 2: 14.920
Best: 14.920 (P5)
7:17
70 – Dave McKnight
Lap 1: 15.112
Lap 2: 15.124
Best: 15.112
7:16
21 – Ed Witkum
Lap 1: 15.017
Lap 2: 15.045
Best: 15.017
7:15
Lichty has fast time so far with a 14.441.
7:14
49 – Trevor Berry
Lap 1: 14.770
Lap 2: 14.672
Best: 14.672
7:13
22 – Mike McVetta
Lap 1: 15.363
Lap 2: 15.042
Best: 15.042
7:12
84 – Mike Lichty
Lap 1: 14.579
Lap 2: 14.441
Best: 14.441
7:11
7 – Charlie Schultz
Lap 1: 14.911
Lap 2: 14.861
Best: 14.861
7:09
46 – Ryan Coniam
Lap 1: 15.372
Lap 2: 15.103
Best: 15.103
7:08
37 – Jeff Locke
Lap 1: 14.868
Lap 2: 14.780
Best: 14.780
7:07
37 – Aaron Pierce
Lap 1: 15.524
Lap 2: 15.249
Best: 15.249
7:06
63 – Kevin Feeney
Lap 1: 16.428
Lap 2: 16.415
Best: 16.415
7:05
We are ready for ISMA Super Modified qualifying from Sandusky Speedway. Kevin Feeney is out first.

14.057 is the track record set last October by DJ Schulick.

7:04
We just learned that Aaron Pierce is in the #37 Bio Based car tonight. Matt Marlowe will be in the car tomorrow night.
7:03
Just finishing up getting the cars in the infield and we should be underway shortly for qualifying.
7:00
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6:53
The ISMA Super Modifieds are staging on the infield to get ready for qualifying.
6:53
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6:52
ISMA Super Modifieds
Qualifying Lineup

 

Pos Car # Driver
1 63 Kevin Feeney
2 37 Matt Marlow
3 77 Timmy Jedrezejk
4 37 Jeff Locke
5 46 Ryan Coniam
6 84 Mike Lichty
7 7 Charlie Schultz
8 22 Mike McVetta
9 49 Trevor Berry
10 21 Ed Witkum
11 70 Dave McKnight
12 78 Mark Sammut
13 28 Eric Lewis
14 07 Kevin Jaycox
15 65 Tim Ice
16 17 Ben Seitz
17 74 Rob Summers
18 97 Bobby Dawson
19 19 Trent Stephens
20 64 Jim Paller
21 79 Jon McKennedy
22 11 Kyle Edwards
23 11 Bobby Santos
24 8 Moe Lilje
25 95 DJ Schullick
26 39 Alison Cumens
27 61 Lou Ciccone
28 94 Otto Siterly
6:46
Top Speed Modifieds
Qualifying Results

1 61 Tyler Shulick 18.227
2 26 Jason Drew 18.324
3 37 Matt Marlowe 18.335
4 16 Stephen Klinect 18.379
5 78 Travis Eddy 18.389
6 5 Norm Taylor 18.395
7 15 Craig Phillips 18.396
8 55 Kenny Phillips 18.407
9 11 Kenny Sharp 18.429
10 53 Dave Dobbins 18.471
11 11 Greg Sharp 18.506
12 90 Joseph Quinn 18.572
13 2 Joe Shannon 18.61
14 75 Chris Hamilton 18.64
15 12 Kenny Calhoun 18.667
16 53 Mike Lawson 18.679
17 1J Jason Wells 18.695
18 09 Brad Copen 18.72
19 9K JR Karl 18.75
20 07 Joey Wyckoff 18.785
21 25B John Bartlome 18.793
22 79A Steve Jones 18.894
23 2 Justin Hamilton 18.915
24 29P Clay Pope 18.953
25 59 Samuel Tanner 19.028
26 6C Ryan Cypher 19.092

 

6:38
Matt Marlowe just went to third quick with an 18.335.
6:37
Qualifying continues for the Top Speed Modifieds. Tyler Shulick is still at the top with an 18.227.
6:33
Samuel Tanner spins on the fronstretch. (Speed51.com photo)
6:33
Caution is out after Samuel Tanner spins off of turn four.
6:29
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6:28
Top five so far in Top Speed Modified Qualifying

1. Tyler Shulick 18.227
2. Jason Drew 18.324
3. Stephen Klinect 18.379
4. Travis Eddy 18.389
5. Norm Talyor 18.395

6:24
Tyler Shulick goes to the top with an 18.227.
6:23
Top five so far in Top Speed Modified qualifying.

1. Jason Drew 18.324
2. Stephen Klinect 18.379
3. Kenny Sharp 18.429
4. Joseph Quinn 18.572
5. Chris Hamilton 18.640

6:22
Kenny Sharp goes to third quick with a 18.429.
6:21
Comment From Guest

goodluck to everyone,i want to wisthe lane team the very best.

6:20
The Top Speed Modifieds are out qualifying now. They are qualifying in groups of three for a few laps each.

Out of six cars so far, Jason Drew holds down the fast time of 18.324. Stephen Klinect is second with a 18.379 and Joseph Quinn is third with a 18.572.

6:12
6:12
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6:10
Dave Dobbins was a late arrival in the Top Speed Modifieds. He came out and got a few laps.
6:06
Qualifying is scheduled to begin at 6:30pm. Track is back open for the Top Speed Modifieds.
6:05
Looks like Santos will be ready to go racing tonight.
6:05
Probably start around noon – 1pm. Thank you for joining us!
6:05
Comment From Jackie

Thank you.. will be here with you all night tonight.. what time does coverage start tomorrow

6:04
Bobby Santos is back out after replacing his driveshaft.
5:59
Yes…time trials start at 6:30pm. They will have a 40-lap feature tonight as well.
5:59
Comment From Jackie

Are the supers doing heats and time trials?

5:58
5:58
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5:58
Trevor Berry is currently the only car on the track.
5:54
Kevin Jaycox (07) and Lou Cicconi (61) were having fun in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
5:51
Qualifying at 6:30pm. Racing at 7:30pm.
5:51
Comment From Jim m

What time do the heat races start?

5:48
Otto Siterly currently at the top of the chart with a 14.799.
5:45
Dave McKnight and DJ Schullick also comes out.
5:43
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5:43
Jeff Locke is out in his red with white #37 car.
5:43
Ben Seitz, Eric Lewis, and Otto Siterly are the three cars out.
5:42
ISMA Super Modifieds are back out.
5:42
Kenny Sharp goes to P1 on the Top Speed Modified chart with an 18.460.
5:41
We got confirmation from ISMA officials. Santos had a broken driveshaft. They are replacing that now.
5:41
Comment From Perley crew

What happen to santos

5:39
Joseph Morisette Jr. is currently third quick in Top Speed Modified practice. (Speed51.com photo)
5:36
Top Speed Modifieds are back out for their third session.

So far…Jason Drew is at the top with a 18.466. Mike Lawson just went to second quick with a 18.560 and Joseph Morisette Jr. is third with a 18.581.

5:34
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5:34
ISMA Super Modifieds
Hy-Miler Nationals
Second Practice Results

Pos Car # Driver Total
1 39 Alison Cumens 14.818
2 94 Otto Siterly 14.827
3 95 DJ Schullick 14.829
4 1 Kyle Edwards 14.883
5 8 Moe Lilje 14.971
6 64 Jim Paller 14.979
7 79 Jon McKennedy 15.002
8 61 Lou Cicconi 15.009
9 97 Bobby Dawson 15.039
10 11 Bobby Santos 15.075
11 65 Tim Ice 15.097
12 07 Kevin Jaycox 15.115
13 28 Eric Lewis 15.116
14 74 Rob Summers 15.117
15 17 Ben Seitz 15.124
16 7 Charlie Schultz 15.246
17 21 Ed Witkum 15.246
18 78 Mark Sammut 15.248
19 46 Ryan Coniam 15.282
20 22 Mike McVetta 15.328
21 37 Jeff Locke 15.377
22 70 Dave McKnight 15.382
23 49 Trevor Berry 15.385
24 77 Timmy Jedrezejk 15.393
25 84 Mike Lichty 15.397
26 19 Trent Stephens 15.497
27 31 Matt Marlow 15.68
28 63 Kevin Feeney 15.914

 

5:23
Mike Lichty also comes out for with this group.
5:22
Jeff Locke, Lou Ciccone, Trevor Berry, Kevin Jaycox, Moe Lilje, and Mike Ice are currently out on the track.
5:20
Alison Cumens is the fastest so far this session with a 14.818.
5:17
5:17
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5:16
Bobby Santos out practicing before getting pushed back to the pits. (Speed51.com photo)
5:15
Caution comes on the track as Bobby Santos comes to a stop in turn two. Possible driveline issue. As he came down the frontstretch, the car shut off on him as he was going into turn one.
5:14
Otto Siterly is still the fastest in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
5:10
Otto Siterly is still the fastest in practice.
5:06
ISMA Super Modifieds are back out for practice.  
5:06
Top Speed Modifieds
Hy-Miler Nationals
Practice Times

1 26 Jason Drew 18.44
2 16 Stephen Klinect 18.471
3 4J Joseph Morisette Jr. 18.505
4 11S Kenny Sharp 18.508
5 61 Tyler Shulick 18.555
6 37 Matt Marlowe 18.557
7 78 Travis Eddy 18.617
8 15 Craig Phillips 18.672
9 5 Norm Taylor 18.672
10 55 Kenny Phillips 18.691
11 2S Joe Shannon 18.702
12 53 Mike Lawson 18.723
13 7J Jason Wells 18.737
14 75 Chris Hamilton 18.765
15 09 Brad Copen 18.818
16 90Q Joseph Quinn 18.825
17 12 Kenny Calhoun 18.841
18 25B John Bartlome 18.856
19 2 Justin Hamilton 18.879
20 9K JR Karl 18.959
21 79A Steve Jones 18.96
22 07 Joey Wyckoff 18.992
23 29P Clay Pope 19.076
24 6C Ryan Cypher 19.746

 

4:59
Top Speed Modifieds are still out for their second round of practice.

1. Jason Drew 18.440
2. Stephen Klinect 18.471
3. Joseph Morisette jr. 18.505
4. Kenny Sharp 18.508
5. Tyler Shulick 18.555

4:58
4:58
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4:56
ISMA Super Modifiieds
Hy-Miler Nationals
First Practice Times

Pos Car # Driver Total
1 94 Otto Siterly 14.783
2 61 Lou Cicconi 14.905
3 8 Moe Lilje 14.911
4 1 Kyle Edwards 14.945
5 95 DJ Schullick 14.962
6 79 Jon McKennedy 15.086
7 65 Tim Rice 15.094
8 7 Kevin Jaycox 15.134
9 28 Eric Lewis 15.142
10 78 Mark Sammut 15.192
11 11 Bobby Santos 15.207
12 22 Mike McVetta 15.223
13 19 Trent Stephens 15.226
14 97 Bobby Dawson 15.251
15 39 Alison Cumens 15.28
16 84 Mike Lichty 15.281
17 7 Charlie Schultz 15.295
18 21 Ed Witkum 15.305
19 17 Ben Seitz 15.323
20 49 Trevor Berry 15.336
21 64 Jim Paller 15.363
22 37 Jeff Locke 15.455
23 46 Ryan Conlam 15.675
24 74 Rob Summers 15.698
25 77 Timmy Jedrezejk 15.948
26 31 Matt Marlow 16.012
27 63 Kevin Feeney 16.184

 

4:51
Top Speed Modifieds are back out. Jason Drew is the fastest so far with an 18.440.

We will have a full rundown of the first ISMA Super practice shortly.

4:48
Lou Ciccone was the fastest in the last group for ISMA Supers. (Speed51.com photo)
4:45
Caution is out for debris in turn two.
4:43
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4:42
Charlie Schultz (7) goes by Bobby Dawson (97) in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
4:39
Otto Sitterly now has the fastest lap with a 14.783.
4:34
Jon McKennedy is the fastest so far. (Speed51.com photo)
4:32
Jon McKennedy is the fastest so far with a 15.086.
4:32
ISMA Super Modifieds are out on the track. We will post a full practice rundown after their session.
4:27
Comment From Perley crew

Perley car is black and orange 11 and Locke is red and white number

4:26
Matt Marlowe was second quick. (Speed51.com photo)
4:25
23 Top Speed Modified cars have been out for practice. Jason Drew is still the fastest with a 18.531. Matt Marlowe is second with a 18.538 and Norm Taylor is third wit ha 18.548. Stephen Klinect was fourth with a 18.595 and Joseph Morisette Jr. rounds out the top five with an 18.623.
4:20
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4:20
Top Speed Modified practice continues from Sandusky Speedway.
4:18
61 Tyler Schulick goes up to fourth quick for the Top Speed Modifieds with a 18.740. 15 Craig Phillips is fifth quick with an 18.801.
4:15
Jason Drew is the fastest so far in Top Speed Modified practice. (Speed51.com photo)
4:13
Top Speed Modifieds Top Five so far…

1. 26 Jason Drew 18.531
2. 5 Norm Taylor 18.548
3. 90Q Joseph Quinn 18.854
4. 75 Chris Hamilton 18.955
5. 79A Steve Jones 19.047

4:10
Thank you for the information.
4:10
Comment From Jeff Colasurdo

In the picture below, those are the Bio-Based Team Supers. That 11 car is driven by Kyle Edwards and I’m not sure who is in the 37 this weekend. The Miller 11 car that Chris Perley usually drives is being driven by Bobby Santos this weekend and Jeff Locke is in his normal Locke Cranes 37 ride. Thank you for this coverage guys, much appreciated.

4:08
Top Speed Modifieds will be out for practice. ISMA Supers were out to just to warm up their engines.
4:00
4:00
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3:59
Tim \”The Iceman\” Ice\’s car sits in the shade. (Speed51.com photo)
3:57
The pits at Sandusky Speedway are located behind turn one. There is one access road where they enter going into turn two and exit to the pits as they go into turn one. Only the frontstretch and backstretch has walls. No walls in the corners.
3:56
A couple of cars, one being current point leader Rob Summers, are coming out to just get their engines fired up and returning to the pits.
3:54
The ISMA Super Modifieds are now heading on track for their first practice session.
3:50
3:50
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3:49
The Top Speed Modifieds will have a 30-lap feature tonight and a 50-lap feature on Saturday night.
3:46
Chris Perley (11) and Jeff Locke (37) cars wait to go out on the track. (Speed51.com photo)
3:45
Cars are starting to warm up in the pits as we will get practice underway shortly.
3:44
Current ISMA Super Modified points after four events…

Pos Car # Driver Total
1 74 Rob Summers 545
2 79 Jon McKennedy 515
3 11 Chris Perley 489
4 78 Mark Sammut 479
5 37 Jeff Locke 460
6 17 Ben Seitz 438
7 61 Lou Cicconi 424
8 39 Alison Cumens 394
9 25 Dan Bowes 365
10 94 Craig Rayvals 326
11 21 Eddie Witkum Jr 405
12 84 Mike Lichty 305
13 94 Dave Shulllick Jr 271
14 98 Justin Belfiore 257
15 55 Mike Keeler 243
16 8 Moe Lilje 213
17 97 Ryan Gath 274
18 28 Eric Lewis 183
19 46 Ryan Coniam 183
20 97 Howie Lane 90
21 14 Jon Gambutti 153
22 40 Bobby Magner 140
23 65 Tim Ice 120
24 7 Otto Sitterly 109
25 96 Lou Levea Sr 101
26 71 Bentley Warren 97
27 21 Mike Ordway Jr. 84
28 29 Bobby Chartier 79
29 87 Keith Gilliam 76
30 83 Lou Levea Jr 72
31 1 Dan Connors 63
32 51 Dave Duggan 63
33 19 Trent Stephens 62
34 2 Brandon Bellinger 59
35 70 Dave McKnight 58
36 27 Jamie Timmons 50
37 18 Howard Page 1
3:31
3:31
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3:30
2014 ISMA Super Modified Winners so far…

June 7 – Oswego Speedway – Mike Lichty
June 20 – Oxford Plains Speedway – Lou Cicconi
June 21 – Autodrome Chaudiere – Jon McKennedy
July 12 – Oswego Speedway – Dave Shullick

3:29
Both tonight and tomorrow’s events are point events for the ISMA Super Modifieds making these events five and six on their 2014 schedule.

So far in 2014 in four events, they have had four different winners.

3:27
This is the first of two nights of racing for both the ISMA Super Modifieds and the Top Speed Modifieds here at Sandusky Speedway.

Tonight’s big event is a 40-lap shootout for the ISMA Super Modifieds. Tomorrow they will have a 100-lap main event.

3:25
Earlier today, some cars were on display at a local Hy-Miler convenience store. (Speed51.com photo)
3:24
The pits are full of some of most unique looking machines racing today. (Speed51.com photo)
3:23
Today’s Schedule:

4:00pm – Fan Gates Open & Practice
6:30pm – Qualifying
7:30pm – Racing

All Times are EDT.

3:21
3:21
Today’s coverage of the Hy-Miler Nationals featuring the ISMA Super Modifieds and Top Speed Modifieds is presented by 51 TV’s Pay-Per-View broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash. The 22nd Annual Kalamazoo Klash will get “Rowdy” this year as Kyle Busch has entered both the 150-lap, $20,000 to win Outlaw Late Model and ARCA/CRA Super Series 100-lap events. 51 TV will have exclusive live Pay-Per-View coverage of one of the top Outlaw Late Model events in the country along with the stars & cars of one of the top Midwest Super Late Model series. Order it today for $19.99 at http://speed51.com/51livetv…
3:21
Good afternoon from Sandusky Speedway in Sandusky, Ohio. We are just a few miles away from the famous Cedar Point theme park for today’s Trackside Now coverage of the Hy-Miler Nationals featuring the ISMA Super Modifieds and the Top Speed Modifieds.
3:20
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Trackside Now: ISMA Super Modified Nationals at Sandusky (OH) – 7/25/14