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Trackside Now: JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at Anderson (IN) – 7/26/14

July 26, 2014 • Archives, Late Models, Trackside Now

12:57
Until then, good night.
12:57
There will be more from both of tonight’s main events in the coming days onSpeed51.com.
12:57
That will conclude tonight’s Trackside Now coverage from Anderson.  Thanks to Ford Racing for their support of tonight’s updates.
12:57
12:56
There was some post-race controversy surrounding the late-race pass for the lead.  Find out more on Monday on Speed51.com
12:56
WOFS Unofficial Finish

1 5 Ben Tunny
2 22 Chris Green
3 4 Michael Hadley, Jr.
4 00 Mike Riddle, Jr.
5 28 Jeff Shackleford
6 69 Eddie Van Meter
7 11 Gary Bedell
8 18 Jedi Cluxton
9 11s Danny Stanley, Jr.
10 50 Shawn Cullen
11 93 Bruce McFall

 

12:49
Chris Green feels he was robbed. Find out why Monday on Speed51.com. (Speed51.com photo)
12:46
Ben Tunny celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
12:42
CHECKERED FLAG: Ben Tunny wins the 50-lap WOFS feature over Chris Green, Mike Hadley, Jr., Mike Riddle, Jr. and Jeff Shackleford.
12:41
WHITE FLAG for Tunny.
12:40
Lap 45, 5 to go: Tunny has a few more lead-lap cars to deal with before this one is over, including past Anderson winner Jeff Shackleford, who runs fifth.
12:39
Lap 43: tunny is checking out from Green by about six car lengths.
12:39
Lap 40: LEAD CHANGE as Tunny uses the lapped car of Van Meter to pinch Green behind and take over the lead.
12:38
Lap 39: Green and Tunny have one more traffic car, Van Meter, to deal with before they get some clear traffic.
12:37
Lap 35: Now in traffic, Green has has Tunny back on his bumper.  They negotiate the Bedell lapper without issue.
12:36
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Lap 30, 20 to go: It’s now about a three car length lead for Green.
12:35
Lap 28: Green opens up a two car length lead as Hadley continues to reel in the top pair.
12:34
Lap 25- Halfway: Hadley is starting to gain on the lead duo, who remain bumper-to-bumper with Green holding off Tunny
12:33
Lap 22:  Tunny is still on the back bumper of Green for the lead.
12:33
Lap 20: Hadley almost t-bones Bedell again through the X
12:32
Lap 15: Green is out in front by a  car length with Tunny on hi stail.  The leaders have narrowly missed Bedell through the X.
12:30
Lap 12: Tunny gets to the back bumper of the leader Green.
12:30
12:30
Lap 11: Danny Stanley, Jr. pulls off the track and is out of his car.
12:29
Lap 10:  Tunny uses the lapped car of Cluxton as a pick to allow him to hold off Hadley for second.
12:29
Lap 9: Hadley edges out to an advantage for second, but Tunny isn’t giving up.
12:28
GREEN FLAG: Green holds the lead and again Hadley and Tunny are side by side for second.
12:27
Green leads Hadley, Tunny, Shackleford, Riddle, Bedell, Van Meter, Stanley, Cluxton, Cullen in the top 10.
12:27
Fear the Reaper of Chris Green. (Speed51.com photo)
12:27
YELLOW FLAG Lap 6: Debris on the track.
12:26
Lap 4: Give P2 to Hadley as Shackleford, the winner last time here at Anderson, is up to fourth.
12:25
GREEN FLAG: Green holds the lead as Hadley and Tunny battle for second.
12:25
Cullen pulled off the track and did not return before the green flag.
12:22
12:22
The 69 is RJ Norton Jr. (Speed51.com photo)
12:22
YELLOW FLAG Lap 3: Shawn Cullen stopped up high in turn two.
12:22
Lap 2:  Green is scored the lead as Shackelford goes for a half-spin and loses second.  He’s back to fourth.
12:21
These car have some downforce. (Speed51.com photo)
12:21
GREEN FLAG: Double file through the first two turns and into the X for the first row.  RJ Norton, Jr. goes around in turn two, but gets going without a caution.
12:19
The 11 car is Gary Bedell. (Speed51.com photo)
12:18
12:17
Bruce McFall and his 93 race car (Speed51.com photo)
12:17
There was a last-minute driver change. RJ Norton is out of the 69 and Eddie Van Meter is in. While pace laps were underway, Bruce McFall lost a tire and wheel.  It came off in the X and rolled all the way to turn two of the oval track.  
12:13
WOFS Starting Lineup

1 50 Shawn Cullen
2 28 Jeff Shackelford
3 22 Chris Green
4 11 Gary Bedell
5 4 Mike Hadley, Jr.
6 00 Mike Riddle, Jr.
7 69 RJ Norton, Jr.
8 5 Ben Tunny
9 93 Bruce McFall
10 11 Gary Bedell
11 18 Jedi Cluxton

 

12:13
The Winged Outlaw Figure 8 Series is next on track for their 50-lap feature.
12:09
Unofficial Results – JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour

1 10 Steve Dorer 100
2 28 Grant Quinlan 100
3 99 JJ Haley 100
4 4 Dalton Armstrong 100
5 12 Dan Leeck 100
6 24 Chris Hacker 100
7 97 Jaxson Jacobs 100
8 0 Josh Nelms 100
9 8 Marc Jacobs 100
10 40 Jordan Miller 100
11 13 Hunter Baize 100
12 20 Cole Rouse 100
13 12Z Mike Zielezinski 98
14 128 Jack Smith 85
15 7 Kevin Willis 85
16 11 Keith Sterkowitz 78
17 81 Tristan Van Wieringen 70
18 71 Corey Deuser 57
19 52 Jack Dossey, Jr. 41
20 56 Jerry Andrews 14
21 88 Trent Snyder 3
22 5 Dominique Van Wieringen 3

 

12:09
Time now for the Winged Outlaw Figure 8 Series race at Anderson Speedway. 11 cars will compete in a 50-lap race.
12:04
Comment From Guest

Great win! Wish I had gone to the race.

12:03
Comment From M. Jordon

You own that track Steve. Good win!

12:03
Comment From Guest

Awesome job by team 28 and 15 y old Grant !! Way to go

12:03
And the winners!
12:02
The finals. (Speed51.com photo)
11:55
Wheelchair races are underway. (Speed51.com photo)
11:45
Comment From Christy

Way to go Steve!

11:45
Comment From W.B.R.# 51

great run Chris Hacker and Dalton Armstrong ,Congrats #10 Steve dorer

11:45
Dorer celebrates the victory. (Speed51.com photo)
11:35
Steve Dorer celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
11:33
More after the victory lane ceremonies.
11:33
CHECKERED FLAG: Steve Dorer wins at Anderson over Quinlan, Haley, Armstrong and Leeck.
11:32
WHITE FLAG for Dorer, who has clear sailing ahead of him.
11:32
Lap 98, two laps to go.  The top three lead by almost a half track on fourth on back.
11:32
Lap 95, 5 laps to go for Dorer, who negotiates around the lapped Zielezinski machine.
11:32
Lap 93:  Dorer is in command with his largest lead of the night, about six car lengths.
11:31
Racing in the top five on the restart. (Speed51.com photo)
11:31
Lap 90, 10 laps to go:  Dorer leads by three car lengths.  Quinlan and Haley are separated by about two car lengths.
11:30
11:30
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11:30
Lap 87:  Leeck clears Hacker and looks under Armstrong for fourth.
11:30
GREEN FLAG: Dorer gets a good jump and clears Quinlan.  Top four single file quickly with side by side Nelms and Hacker for fifth.
11:29
New order (top 10)
1.  Dorer
2.  Quinlan
3.  Haley
4.  Armstrong
5.  Leeck
6.  Hacker
7.  J. Jacobs
8.  M. Jacobs
9.  Nelms
10.  Miller  
11:29
Hunter Baize pits. (Speed51.com photo)
11:28
Cole Rouse made a pitstop. (Speed51.com photo)
11:27
Rouse pitted just before the green came out, but just now returns to the field.  Because a lap was not completed, he remains on the lead lap.
11:27
Deuser pits, as do Willis and Baize.
11:26
Dan Leeck also was involved and has some damage.  Smith has the most damage of all cars involved with a torn-up nose and tail piece on his No. 128.  
11:26
Incident in turns one and two. (Speed51.com photo)
11:25
GREEN FLAG and quick YELLOW FLAG: Cars from fourth on back stacked up at the start-finish line on the restart.  Smith has damage to the front and rear.  Baize has damage to the nose.  Hacker got a piece of it as well.
11:24
Fifteen laps will remain.  The field doubles up for the restart.  Dorer chooses the outside lane once again.
11:24
Top 15 as they run under this caution:
1.  Dorer
2.  Quinlan
3.  Haley
4.  Smith
5.  Rouse
6.  Baize
7.  Armstrong
8.  Leeck
9.  Hacker
10.  J. Jacobs
11.  Willis
12.  M. Jacobs
13.  Nelms
14.  Deuser
15.  Miller  
11:22
Rouse has right-side damage to his car.  
11:21
YELLOW FLAG Lap 85:  Nelms got sideways in turn three and contact was made with Haley.  Nelms went around right in front of Smith, who got some nose damage.  Rouse also went around in the aftermath.
11:21
Nelms was in a battle with Haley when the incident happened. (Speed51.com photo)
11:20
Lap 83:  Quinlan door to door with Nelms for secon.  Off turn four quinlan moves up and Nelms gets into the wall on the front stretch with his right-side door.  We stay green.
11:19
Lap 82:  Baize gets under Rouse, but can’t make a pass for sixth.
11:19
The battle for second. (Speed51.com photo)
11:19
11:19
11:19
Lap 80:  Quinlan still can’t turn underneath Nelms.  That battle has allowed Dorer to open up a three car length lead.
11:18
Lap 79: Sterkowitz slows and goes to pit road.
11:18
Lap 76: This time Quinlan gets under Nelms in turn three with a bottom-shot move and gets Nelms up the track a bit, but Nelms keeps the momentum on the high side to hold second.
11:18
Lap 75, 25 laps to go: Dorer’s lead is about one car length as the leaders remain single file.
11:17
Lap 73: Quinlan gives Nemls a little nudge off turn two, but not enough to move Nelms out of second.
11:17
Lap 71: Tristan Van Wieringen goes off the pace just ahead of the leaders, but he gets to pit road without issue.
11:17
Lap 70:  Quinlan is hounding the back bumper of Nelms.
11:16
Lap 68:  The top seven – Dorer, Nelms, Quinlan, Haley, Smith, Rouse and Baize, are now nose to tail around this quarter-mile bullring.
11:16
Lap 65/100: Nelms washes up the track in the center of the corners, but Quinlan can’t quite get the run off the turns to challenge.
11:15
Lap 64:  Dorer leads by two car lenghts as Quinlan is taking a peek under Nelms for second.
11:15
11:15
Lap 61: Dan Leeck, now back on the lead lap, gets under Jaxson Jabobs to take the 12th spot.
11:14
Lap 60:  Baize is on the back bumper of Rouse for sixth.  
11:14
Lap 57:  The battle up front has settled down with Quinlan in third, but now Haley has Smith in his rear view mirror.
11:14
GREEN FLAG: Dorer again holds the lead over Nelms.  Haley and Quinlan double file for third.
11:13
One lap to green after a quick regroup by Van Wieringen to get back at the tail end of the field.  Josh Nelms gets the free pass to return to the lead lap.
11:10
YELLOW FLAG Lap 55:  Tristan Van Wieringen goes around in turn four.  Van Wieringen had been battling with Smith and Deuser inside the top 10.  The exchange lost Deuser a few spots as he fell to ninth.
11:09
11:09
Lap 53:  Quinlan is on the back bumper of Nelms, occasionally taking a peek to the high side to challeng for second.
11:08
Lap 50/100, HALFWAY: Steve Dorer leads Nelms, Quinlan, Haley, Rouse, T. Van Wieringen, Smith, Deuser, Baize and Sterkowitz
11:08
The action is getting heated. (Speed51.com photo)
11:07
Lap 48:  Tristan Van Wieringen, Jack Smith and Corey Deuser are nose to tail for sixth, seventh and eighth.
11:07
Lap 45:  Jack Smith uses the high side to get by Deuser and to move to seventh.
11:07
Lap 43: Quinlan settles into third and brings Haley with him to fourth.  Rouse back to fifth.  
11:06
GREEN FLAG: Dorer beats Nelms to turn one.  Quinlan and Rouse side by side for third.
11:06
One lap to green.  Forty-two laps are on the board, 58 remaining.
11:05
Doubling up for the restart.  Dorer chooses the outside lane, putting Nelms on his inside.
11:05
The 97 of Jaxson Jacobs and the 8 of Marc Jacobs. (Speed51.com photo)
11:04
11:04
Today’s coverage of the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana is presented by Ford Racing. Ford Racing offers the widest line of Sealed Racing Engines from 350 to 590 HP. Ford Sealed Racing Engines are engineered, tested and built to professional racing series standards and deliver reliable lasting performance. Their engines are approved for many short track series and tracks around the United States. Their engines have won the last five Snowflake 100’s. Click here for more information.
11:04
After a few quick-speed, non-counting laps to get heat back in the cars and the track, the field is again back behind the pace car and we’re moments away from the re-start of the Edgewater Woods 100 presented by JEGS.com
11:03
Thank you fans for sticking it out with us tonight.  There’s 58 laps to go in this race, plus a Winged Outlaw Figure 8 Series race still to come.

Plus, in between features, Speed51.com’s Bob Dillner and Matt Kentfield will be participating in a special “Wheelchair Race” with fans on the front stretch to raise money for Alzheimers awareness.  

11:02
Corey Deuser\’s 71. (Speed51.com photo)
10:58
Pace laps are back underway as the field rolls behind the Anderson Speedway pace car.
10:58
JJ Haley before getting back in the car. (Speed51.com photo)
10:57
Jack Smith helps put some heat in the track to dry it completely. (Speed51.com photo)
10:55
Racecars are back on the track. (Speed51.com photo)
10:54
Full-Field running order under caution:

10:54
Engines have re-fired here at Anderson.  The vast majority of the fans have waited out the rain, like you have at home, for the remaining events here at Anderson.
10:53
The 81 of Tristan Van Wieringen is fired. (Speed51.com photo)
10:52
Steve Dorer will lead the field back to green. (Speed51.com photo)
10:50
Keith Sterkowitz puts his helmet back on. (Speed51.com photo)
10:47
The high banks of Anderson awaits the Pro Late Models. (Speed51.com photo)
10:45
Chris Hacker\’s number-24. (Speed51.com photo)
10:43
Grant Quinlan getting back to his car. (Speed51.com photo)
10:41
Track drying efforts have gone well so far. Drivers are being called to their cars and spotters are being asked to report to the spotters stand.
10:41
Drivers are moving back to their cars. (Speed51.com photo)
10:11
Things are headed back inside the racetrack. (Speed51.com photo)
9:58
As a light sprinkle continues to fall, track drying efforts have begin.  The safety vehicles have attached big truck tires to them in an attempt to get things dried up.
9:58
The track drying process begins. (Speed51.com photo)
9:39
9:39
Today’s coverage of the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana is presented by Ford Racing. Ford Racing offers the widest line of Sealed Racing Engines from 350 to 590 HP. Ford Sealed Racing Engines are engineered, tested and built to professional racing series standards and deliver reliable lasting performance. Their engines are approved for many short track series and tracks around the United States. Their engines have won the last five Snowflake 100’s. Click here for more information.
9:34
It’s still raining here at Anderson.  There appears to be some clearing in sight, hopefully it hurries.
9:18
Comment From Pap and mamaw

Doing an awesome job of updates and loved the added pictures of some different drivers qualifying. Kudos speed51

9:18
Comment From Christy

Talked to Steve Dorer a few minutes ago. He said the car was fast and that he hopes the rain passes so they can go back racing.

9:09
Comment From David s

Steve thought this only happens in the summer in Florida good luckD

9:08
Lightning over Anderson Speedway. (Speed51.com photo)
9:05
We’re still waiting out the rain here at Anderson.  Officials have seen a clearing miles away, so hopefully we get to that clearing soon.
8:58
Leader Steve Dorer looks to the sky and asks, \”Why?\” (Speed51.com photo)
8:53
8:51
Officials say there is a possible break in the rain soon. (Speed51.com photo)
8:49
Mean skies over the Keith Sterkowitz Pro Late Model. (Speed51.com photo)
8:47
Putting the cover on Corey Deuser\’s car. (Speed51.com photo)
8:45
The Pro Late Models are stopped in the infield. (Speed51.com photo)
8:44
We’ll keep you posted on when it’s safe to return to the grandstands.
8:43
WEATHER ALERT:
If you’re tuning in to our coverage at the track, please vacate the grandstands.  Please heed the warnings heard over the PA announcement and seek shelter with lightning in the area.  
8:42
CRA and track officials are committed to wait out this rain shower with hopes of going green when the rain passes.
8:41
Teams are being brough to the infield with 42 laps complete to bring us to a RED FLAG condition.
8:41
The field is being put double-file to keep heat in both grooves around Anderson Speedway as the light rain continues to fall.
8:41
8:41
Full-Field running order under caution:

1 Dorer
2 Nelms
3 Quinlan
4 Rouse
5 Haley
6 T. Van Wieringen
7 Deuser
8 Smith
9 Baize, Anderws
10 Armstrong
11 Sterkowitz
12 Willis
13 J. Jacobs
14 Hacker
15 M. Jacobs
16 Leeck
17 Dossey
18 Miller
19 Zielizinski
20 Andrews
21 Snyder
22 D. Van Wieringen

 

8:39
The 20 is Cole Rouse is revving his engine under caution to determine if his car has an engine issue. A profound popping sound keeps echoing through his exhaust.
8:39
Dan Leeck pits under this yellow and the field looks under the rear end of the No. 12.
8:38
Trent Snyder is out, but he is watching this race under caution with a light sprinkle falling from the sky. (Speed51.com photo)
8:37
Looking at the radar, the track is just on the northern edge of the rain band.  Hopefully it clears out of here quickly.  Cars remain on track keeping heat in the track.
8:37
Circling under this yellow, a light rain has started here at Anderson.
8:36
It has begun to rain. (Speed51.com photo)
8:35
Jack Dossey III blew an engine in the 52. (Speed51.com photo)
8:34
8:34
YELLOW FLAG Lap 42:  Dossey goes up in a plume of smoke in turn one and may have dropped fluid on the track.
8:33
Lap 40  Dossey falls off the pace for about a lap and begins to smoke from under the No. 52.
8:33
Lap 37:  Deuser and Tristan Van Wieringen for sixth.  Van Wieringen holds him off.
8:33
Crewmembers watch their cars on the track. (Speed51.com photo)
8:32
Lap 34: After an earlier spin, Dossey is moving up, having taken 12th from Willis in turn four.
8:31
Lap 32:  Dorer puts a lap on the 40 of Jordan Miller.
8:31
Another look at some of the damage to the 5 of Van Wieringen. (Speed51.com photo)
8:31
8:31
Lap 30:  Quinlan is looking high and low for a way around Nelms, but hasn’t been able to make a move yet.
8:31
Lap 25 Top 10:
1.  Dorer
2.  Nelms
3.  Quinlan
4.  Rouse
5.  Haley
6.  T. Van Wieringen
7.  Deuser
8.  Armstrong
9.  Smith
10. Baize  
8:30
Lap 25/100: Dorer has a three car length lead on Nelms and Quinlan, who are nose to tail.
8:30
Lap 22:  Smith puts a bumper to Sterkowitz, moving Sterkowitz up the hill in turn four.  Smith now to ninth.  
8:29
The 56 of Jerry Andrews retires from the event. (Speed51.com photo)
8:29
Lap 20:  Deuser is on the back bumper of Tristan Van Wieringen as they battle for sixth.
8:28
Lap 18:  Dorer catches the tail end of the field and puts a lap on Kevin Zielezinski.
8:28
Lap 15:  Jerry Andrews is off the pace and brings his car to the infield.
8:27
Trent Snyder\’s car sits broken in the infield. (Speed51.com photo)
8:27
8:27
Lap 12:  Sterkowitz jumps to the bottom side of Willis to take over ninth, bringing Smith with him to 10th.
8:27
Lap 10:  After starting at the rear, Jack Smith is under Marc Jabos andn takes over 11th.
8:26
Trent Snyder told us of the earlier wreck, “I had just cleared the 5 and my spotter told me they were wrecking. We went into three and I just got turned. I really don’t know. It broke the right front strut and A-arm. It’s too bad cause we had a good car.”
8:26
Lap 7:  Dorer, Nelms, Quinlan, Rouse, Haley, T. Van Wieringen, Deuser, Armstrong and Willis run single file.
8:25
GREEN FLAG: Dorer clears Nelms into turn one.  Quinlan moves to third around Rouse.
8:25
Dorer is a former winner of the Redbud 300 at Anderson.
8:25
Doubling up for the double-file restart.  The leader has the choice of starting on the inside or outside row in the JEGS Tour, but all other drivers must double up according to their running position.  On this restart, Dorer has chosen the outside lane.
8:22
8:22
YELLOW FLAG Lap 4:  Dan Leeck, the series point leader, goes for a spin in turn three.  The field stacked up behind him, but all cars made it through unscathed.
8:22
Dominique Van Wieringen told Speed51.com powered by JEGS, “I don’t know what happened. I tried to slow down, but I don’t think they did behind me and that’s it. I just don’t know.”
8:22
GREEN FLAG: Dorer clears Rouse as Nelms fills the hole to go to third.  
8:21
Top 15 under this caution:

1 Dorer
2 Rouse
3 Quinlan
4 Nelms
5 T. Van Wieringen
6 Leeck
7 Haley
8 Deuser
9 Armstrong
10 Willis
11 Sterkowitz
12 M. Jacobs
13 Miller
14 J. Jacobs
15 Hacker

 

8:20
Dominique Van Wieringen has a hole in the hood of her car and a hole in the radiator. (Speed51.com photo)
8:18
8:18
Now Snyder’s window net is dropped and he’s climbiing from his car. His night is complete early.
8:18
Dossey spun, but quickly got refired and joined the field at the tail end.  Both Dominique Van Wieringen and Trent Snyder remain on pit road, though neither crew is in any rush to fix the damaged cars.
8:17
Dominique Van Wieringen’s car is being pushed behind the infield pit wal.
8:17
Trent Snyder\’s team makes repairs to his 88. (Speed51.com photo)
8:17
8:16
Snyder, who has won three JEGS Tour races at Anderson to date, has front-end damage to his No. 88.  Van Wieringen also has nose damage to her No. 5 car.
8:15
YELLOW FLAG Lap 4:  Jack Dossey goes around in turn two and as the yellow flew, Snyder and Van Wieringen tangled between turns three and four
8:15
Lap 3:  Snyder inside Dominique Van Wieringen for third, they’re double file
8:14
Cole Rouse (20) and Steve Dorer (10) race at the start. (Speed51.com photo)
8:14
Lap 1: Dorer edges out a little bit of a lead to complete the first lap.
8:14
GREEN FLAG: Rouse gets a better start this time as the front row remains double-file off turn four.
8:14
Coming to the green…
8:12
Jack Smith (28) had to start at the rear after an infraction after post-qualifying tech. (Speed51.com photo)
8:12
Tonight’s race is not on pay-per-view 51 TV, but we will have live video coverage of the Kalamazoo Klash Outlaw Super Late Model and ARCA/CRA Super Series event at Kalamazoo Speedway (MI) on Wednesday, August 13.
8:12
Comment From rick

are you going to pay per view for the race again this week

8:12
Repairing the Baize car. (Speed51.com photo)
8:12
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8:11
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8:11
Since a lap was not completed, a full restart is upcoming.  Baize did return to the field after the rear bumper cover of his No. 13 was patched up.
8:10
He has taken his car to the infield to be worked on by the VanDoorn Racing Development crew.
8:09
Baize did back his No. 13 into the wall.
8:09
Hunter Baize spun and hit the wall. (Speed51.com photo)
8:09
A full restart will be coming up, but Baize will need to start at the rear.
8:09
YELLOW FLAG Lap 0: Hunter Baize goes around in the first turn before a lap can even be completed.
8:09
GREEN FLAG: Dorer rolls the top line and clears Rouse in turn one.
8:08
8:08
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Edgewater Woods 100 presented by JEGS.com Starting Lineup

1 20 Cole Rouse
2 10 Steve Dorer
3 5 Dominique Van Wieringen
4 12 Dan Leeck
5 88 Trent Snyder
6 52 Jack Dossey, Jr.
7 28 Grant Quinlan
8 71 Corey Deuser
9 0 Josh Nelms
10 4 Dalton Armstrong
11 13 Hunter Baize
12 81 Tristan Van Wieringen
13 11 Keith Sterkowitz
14 24 Chris Hacker
15 99 JJ Haley
17 8 Marc Jacobs
18 12Z Kevin Zielezinski
19 7 Kevin Willis
19 97 Jaxson Jacobs
20 40 Jordan Miller
21 56 Jerry Andrews
22 128 Jack Smith

 

8:06
Engines have fired for tonight’s JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour 100
8:04
The starting grid. (Speed51.com photo)
8:04
Meet Figure 8 champ Jack Dossey III. (Speed51.com photo)
8:03
Hacker\’s Backers raise funds for 24 Kids to Camp. (Speed51.com photo)
8:03
Chris Hacker’s crew and friends have a display on the midway here at Anderson raising awareness and funds for the 24 Kids to Camp campaign for United Brachial Plexus Network.  Hacker suffered a Brachial Plexus injury to his left arm at birth and drives his JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour car with just his right hand.  For more information on Hacker’s cause, click this link:  http://www.cra-racing.com/news14/JEGSCRA/7_24_hacker_appearances.html
8:03
In-car driver intros are underway. (Speed51.com photo)
8:02
Comment From Guest

Good luck to team 28 !! Go get em Grant

8:02
Comment From Grama grapa

Go get em Dan #12

8:02
Comment From Grama grapa from milling ton

Good luck

8:02
Plenty of good looking Pro Late Models. (Speed51.com photo)
8:01
Rookie Grant Quinlan. (Speed51.com photo)
8:00
Tire pressure adjustment on Dalton Armstrong\’s car. (Speed51.com photo)
7:59
Trent Snyder buckles in. (Speed51.com photo)
7:58
Josh Nelms pulls on the quarter-Mike track. (Speed51.com photo)
7:57
Jack Smith\’s car is about to go through pre-race tech. (Speed51.com photo)
7:56
The Pro Late Models are ready to hit the track. (Speed51.com photo)
7:55
Jack Smith on his qualifying disqualification: “I build my fender braces to bow out instead of killing the nose when it just the ground. That’s what happened. It was fine in pre-tech, then people started to talk.” Smith also told 51 that he plans to “put on a show” as he comes from the rear tonight.
7:54
JEGS Tour cars are lined up the \”right\” way. (Speed51.com photo)
7:49
CRA head tech inspector Eddie Chew has told 51 that Jack Smith’s qualifying time has been disqualified due the nose of his car being too wide. Smith will now start at the rear of the field.
7:47
The WOFS driver meeting. (Speed51.com photo)
7:45
Phantom Racing Gear is selling CRA and other racing t-shirts. (Speed51.com photo)
7:41
People in line for the famous Anderson pork tenderloin. (Speed51.com photo)
7:39
Comment From Guest

Good luck Steve Dorer

7:39
Steve Dorer\’s number-10. (Speed51.com photo)
7:30
We’ve received word from JEGS Tour officials that Jack Smith’s time has been disallowed in post-qualifying tech.  We’re heading to the pits to get a reason for the disqualification.
7:29
Jeff Shackleford\’s #28 Figure8 car.
7:27
7:27
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7:26
WOFS Qualifying Results

1 69 RJ Norton, Jr. 17.202
2 5 Ben Tunny 17.209
3 4 Michael Hadley, Jr. 17.466
4 00 Mike Riddle 17.550
5 22 Chris Green 17.573
6 11 Gary Bedell 17.751
7 28 Jeff Shackleford 17.768
8 50 Shawn Cullen 18.920
9 11s Danny Stanley, Jr. 19.799
10 93 Bruce McFall 19.937
11 18 Jedi Cluxton 21.610

 

7:26
The Josh Nelms team working on their car earlier in the day. (Speed51.com photo)
7:22
Mike Riddle Jr. (Speed51.com photo)
7:22
WOFS Qualifying is now complete.  RJ Norton, Jr. has set fast time.
7:22
50 – Shawn Cullen
Best Lap: 18.920
Position: 8th
7:21
Former World Champion winner at the Indianapolis Speedrome Ben Tunny (5). (Speed51.com photo)
7:21
5 – Ben Tunny
Best Lap: 17.209
Position: 2nd
7:20
93 – Bruce McFall
Best Lap: 19.937
Position: 8th
7:19
Jedi Cluxton was not fast. (Speed51.com photo)
7:19
18 – Jedi Cluxton
Best Lap: 21.610
Position: 8th
7:18
4 – Michael Hadley, Jr.
Best Lap: 17.531
Position: 2nd
7:17
The inaugural WOFS winner at Anderson earlier this year, Jeff Shackleford. (Speed51.com photo)
7:17
28 – Jeff Shackleford
Best Lap: 17.768
Position: 5th
7:16
7:16
69 – RJ Norton, Jr.
Best Lap: 17.202
Position: 1st
7:15
11 – Gary Bedell
Best Lap: 17.965
Position: 3rd
7:15
22 – Chris Green
Best Lap: 17.553
Position: 2nd
7:15
Fear Figure 8 driver Chris Green. (Speed51.com photo)
7:15
11s – Danny Stanley, Jr.
Best Lap: 19.799
Position: 2nd
7:14
00 – Mike Riddle, Jr.
Best Lap: 17.586
Position: 1st
7:14
WOFS Qualifying is now underway.
7:13
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Qualifing Results

1 88 Trent Snyder 12.335
2 12 Dan Leeck 12.355
3 5 Dominique Van Wieringen 12.364
4 128 Jack Smith 12.378
5 10 Steve Dorer 12.397
6 20 Cole Rouse 12.404
7 52 Jack Dossey, Jr. 12.423
8 28 Grant Quinlan 12.425
9 71 Corey Deuser 12.448
10 0 Josh Nelms 12.453
11 4 Dalton Armstrong 12.469
12 13 Hunter Baize 12.474
13 81 Tristan Van Wieringen 12.518
14 11 Keith Sterkowitz 12.603
15 24 Chris Hacker 12.603
16 99 JJ Haley 12.605
17 8 Marc Jacobs 12.620
18 12Z Mike Zielezinski 12.781
19 7 Kevin Willis 12.902
20 97 Jaxson Jacobs 12.941
21 40 Jordan Miller 13.042

 

7:13
WOFS point leader Mike Hadley Jr\’s mean machine. (Speed51.com photo)
7:11
Two-time IowaFest Figure 8 champ Gary Bedell is ready for qualifying. (Speed51.com photo)
7:09
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Qualifying is now complete.  Trent Snyder is the fast qualifier.
7:09
Jordan Miller during his run. (Speed51.com photo)
7:09
40 – Jordan Miller
Lap 1: 13.227
Lap 2: 13.042
Best Lap: 13.042
Position: 21st
7:08
24- Chris Hacker
Lap 1: 12.701
Lap 2: 12.603
Best Lap: 12.603
Position: 15th
7:07
Dan Leeck at speed. (Speed51.com photo)
7:07
12 – Dan Leeck
Lap 1: 12.355
Lap 2: 12.417
Best Lap: 12.355
Position: 2nd
7:06
7:06
12 – Mike Zielezinski
Lap 1: 12.927
Lap 2: 12.781
Best Lap: 12.781
Position: 16th
7:05
28 – Jack Smith
Lap 1: 12.517
Lap 2: 12.378
Best Lap: 12.378
Position: 3rd
7:04
8 – Marc Jacobs
Lap 1: 12.622
Lap 2: 12.620
Best Lap: 12.620
Position: 14th
7:04
5 – Dominique Van Wieringen
Lap 1: 12.404
Lap 2: 12.364
Best Lap: 12.364
Position: 2nd
7:03
7 – Kevin Willis
Lap 1: 12.946
Lap 2: 12.902
Best Lap: 12.902
Position: 13th
7:02
Grant Quinlan. (Speed51.com photo)
7:02
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7:02
28 – Grant Quinlan
Lap 1: 12.520
Lap 2: 12.425
Best Lap: 12.425
Position: 5th
7:02
Jerry Andrews at speed. (Speed51.com photo)
7:01
56 – Jerry Andrews
Lap 1: 13.346
Lap 2: 13.274
Best Lap: 13.274
Position: 13th
7:01
13 – Hunter Baize
Lap 1: 12.474
Lap 2: 12.537
Best Lap: 12.474
Position: 8th
7:00
88 – Trent Snyder
Lap 1: 12.335
Lap 2: 12..357
Best Lap: 12.335
Position: 1st
6:59
10 – Steve Dorer
Lap 1: 12.460
Lap 2: 12.397
Best Lap: 12.397
Position: 1st
6:58
Comment From Christy

Go get em Steve Dorer!

6:58
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6:58
Approximately halfway through qualifying, Cole Rouse is quickest, followed by Jack Dossey, Jr., Corey Deuser, Josh Nelms and Dalton Armstrong.
6:56
Dominique Van Wieringen is ready to qualify. (Speed51.com photo)
6:56
52 – Jack Dossey, Jr.
Lap 1: 12.495
Lap 2: 12.423
Best Lap: 12.423
Position: 2nd
6:55
20 – Cole Rouse
Lap 1: 12.479
Lap 2: 12.404
Best Lap: 12.404
Position: 1st
6:54
4 – Dalton Armstrong
Lap 1: 12.469
Lap 2: 12.478
Best Lap: 12.469
Position: 3rd
6:54
Corey Deuser to the top of the charts. (Speed51.com photo)
6:53
71 – Corey Deuser
Lap 1: 12.536
Lap 2: 12.448
Best Lap: 12.448
Position: 1st
6:52
0 – Josh Nelms
Lap 1: 12.574
Lap 2: 12.453
Best Lap: 12.453
Position: 1st
6:51
99 – JJ Haley
Lap 1: 12.624
Lap 2: 12.605
Best Lap: 12.605
Position: 3rd
6:51
Former Redbud 300 winner Steve Dorer is racing. (Speed51.com photo)
6:51
11 – Keith Sterkowitz
Lap 1: 12.645
Lap 2: 12.603
Best Lap: 12.603
Position: 2nd
6:50
97- Jaxson Jacobs
Lap 1: 13.027
Lap 2: 12.941
Best Lap: 12.941
Position: 2nd
6:49
81 – Tristan Van Wieringen
Lap 1: 12.712
Lap 2: 12.518
Best Lap: 12.518
Position: 1st
6:48
Qualifying is now underway.  Tristan Van Wieringen is out first.  He’s third in Rookie of the Year standings.
6:48
6:48
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6:47
The JEGS Tour cars are lined up to qualify. (Speed51.com photo)
6:46
6:46
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6:45
Grant Quinlan rolls through turn three in practice earlier this afternoon.  (Speed51.com photo)
6:45
The 99 of JJ Haley. (Speed51.com photo)
6:43
Mike Zielezinski speeds into turn three. (Speed51.com photo)
6:41
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour qualifying is up next on track.

Drivers will be aiming for Bubba Pollard’s JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Anderson Speedway track record with a lap time of 12.231 seconds.

6:40
Jack Smith ready for qualifying. (Speed51.com photo)
6:40
6:40
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6:40
WOFS cars head towards the “X” in the infield as they run the figure-eight course.  (Speed51.com photo)
6:38
Everyone was following Hunter Baize (13) in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
6:38
WOFS Practice Results

1 69 RJ Norton, Jr. 17.236
2 4 Michael Hadley, Jr. 17.339
3 22 Chris Green 17.389
4 11 Gary Bedell 17.452
5 5 Ben Tunny 17.464
6 00 Mike Riddle 17.604
7 28 Jeff Shackleford 17.617
8 12 Danny Stanley, Jr. 18.332
9 50 Shawn Cullen 19.142
10 11s Bruce McFall 20.417
11 93 Jedi Cluxton 21.960

 

6:33
WOFS Practice is now complete.  RJ Norton, Jr. was quickest.  
6:30
There are all sorts of Figure 8 cars in the pit area of Anderson. (Speed51.com photo)
6:27
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Practice Results

1 13 Hunter Baize 12.341
2 28 Grant Quinlan 12.384
3 12 Dan Leeck 12.408
4 0 Josh Nelms 12.413
5 5 Dominique Van Wieringen 12.451
6 4 Dalton Armstrong 12.452
7 99 JJ Haley 12.452
8 71 Corey Deuser 12.460
9 88 Treynt Snyder 12.481
10 52 Jack Dossey, Jr. 12.499
11 11 Keith Sterkowitz 12.521
12 81 Tristan Van Wieringen 12.547
13 20 Cole Rouse 12.600
14 10 Steve Dorer 12.611
15 128 Jack Smith 12.636
16 8 Marc Jacobs 12.738
17 44 Josh Cave 12.796
18 97 Jaxson Jacobs 12.799
19 7 Kevin Willis 12.804
20 12Z Mike Zielienski 12.860
21 24 Chris Hacker 12.884
22 40 Jordan Miller 12.965
23 56 Jerry Andrews 13.131
24 94 Quinnton Bear No Time

 

6:24
The 24 of Chris Hacker is almost fixed. (Speed51.com photo)
6:23
Chris Hacker told us his team is replacing the wiring on his 24 JEGS Tour car and that should solve their electrical issue.
6:22
This is an Outlaw Figure 8 car. (Speed51.com photo)
6:19
Hunter Baize was fastest in JAST practice. (Speed51.com photo)
6:15
The JAST pit area is plenty busy. (Speed51.com photo)
6:14
Stay behind the fence because these Figure 8 cars are wild. (Speed51.com photo)
6:08
The WOFS is filled with bad fast racecars. (Speed51.com photo)
6:04
The winged Figure 8 cars are now on track. (Speed51.com photo)
6:02
The Winged Outlaw Figure 8 Series are on track now for their practice session.
6:01
JEGS Tour practice is now complete. Hunter Baize went out on his final run and shot to the top of the board. Quinlan, Dan Leeck, Josh Nelms and Dominique Van Wieringen were the top five. Full practice results coming soon.
6:01
The 7 of Kevin Willis. (Speed51.com photo)
5:59
The final round of JEGS All Stars Tour practice is on track. (Speed51.com photo)
5:57
Comment From Pap and mamaw

Breezewood, PA sending good luck to #40 Jordan Miller!

5:57
Comment From Gary

Good luck to Steve Dorer. Thanks Speed51 for the coverage.

5:57
The 28 of Grant Quinlan pulls off the track after some practice laps. (Speed51.com photo)
5:57
Comment From Guest

Just saying thanks to speed51 for keeping us updated on these races. When you can’t be at the track it sure is nice to know what’s going on!

5:57
One round of JEGS Tour practice round left. 12.384 is the quickest lap time so far set by Grant Quinlan
5:56
The Figure 8 cars will practice next. (Speed51.com photo)
5:54
Chris Hacker has been having some electrical issues with his 24. (Speed51.com photo)
5:51
The World Outlaw Figure 8 Series is here as well. (Speed51.com photo)
5:50
The 0 of Josh Nelms heads into turn three. (Speed51.com photo)
5:48
Trent Snyder on the racetrack. (Speed51.com photo)
5:47
The 52 of Jack Dossey awaits his turn on track. (Speed51.com photo)
5:44
The 5 of Dominique Van Wieringen waits to go on track. (Speed51.com photo)
5:43
Comment From Lenny

Go Nelms,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

5:43
WOFS Driver Roster

00 Mike Riddle, Jr.
4 Mike Hadley, Jr.
5 Ben Tunney
11 Gary Bedell
11 Danny Stanley, Jr.
18 Jedi Cluxton
22 Chris Green
28 Jeff Shackelford
50 Shawn Cullen
69 RJ Norton, Jr.
93 Bruce Mcfall

 

5:42
The 12 of Dan Leeck. (Speed51.com photo)
5:40
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5:40
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Entry List

0 Josh Nelms
4 Dalton Armstrong
5 Dominique Van Wieringen
7 Kevin Willis
8 Marc Jacobs
10 Steve Dorer
11 Kevin Willis
12 Dan Leeck
12Z Kevin Zielezinski
13 Hunter Baize
20 Cole Rouse
24 Chris Hacker
28 Grant Quinlan
40 Jordan Miller
44 Josh Cave
52 Jack Dossey, Jr.
56 Jerry Andrews
71 Corey Deuser
81 Tristan Van Wieringen
88 Trent Snyder
94 Quinnton Bear
97 Jaxson Jacobs
99 JJ Haley
128 Jack Smith

 

5:39
We are halfway through practice already here at Anderson.  Currently JJ Haley, who participated in the ARCA Racing Series event last night at nearby Lucas Oil Raceway Park, sits atop the time sheett over Trent Snyder,  
5:34
Today’s Event Schedule

2pm Open Pit Gates
4:15pm CRA Driver’s Meeting
5pm Practice
JEGS/CRA (1 hour)
WOFS Figure 8
6:45pm Qualifying
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour
WOFS Figure 8
7:50pm Invocation & Anthem
8pm Features
Last-Chance Races as needed
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour (100 laps)
Wheelchair Races
WOFS Figure 8 (50 laps)
5:33
It’s a cloudy and warm afternoon here in Anderson, but all indications are that Mother Nature will allow us to get a full event in tonight.
5:33
5:33
Today’s coverage of the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana is presented by Ford Racing. Ford Racing offers the widest line of Sealed Racing Engines from 350 to 590 HP. Ford Sealed Racing Engines are engineered, tested and built to professional racing series standards and deliver reliable lasting performance. Their engines are approved for many short track series and tracks around the United States. Their engines have won the last five Snowflake 100’s. Click here for more information.
5:31
Good afternoon and welcome to Anderson, Indiana.  Two things are on the minds of folks around this town here today…Indianapolis Colts Training Camp at Anderson University and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour 100-lap event here at Anderson Speedway.
5:30
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