10:56
Also, check out later coverage of this race on 51TV.

Thanks so much for tuning in today and thanks to South Boston Speedway, always a great track to visit with great facilities and friendly staff.

Until we meet again, good night. Happy Independence Day!

10:55
10:55
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10:55
That’s going to do it for us tonight. Remember to also check out our Clyde Hart Memorial coverage on Speed51.com. We’ll be back tomorrow with more Trackside Now coverage as part of our Stars & Stripes iniative.  
10:55
Limited Sportsman Results

1 23 Danny Willis 100
2 09 Trey Crews 100
3 21 Joey Throckmorton 100
4 98 J.D. Eversole 100
5 4 Chuck Lawson 100
6 19 Bob Davis 100
7 82 Barry Beggarly 99
8 53 Libby Privette 99
9 64 Charles Barnes 99
10 44 Donnie Puryear 98
11 05 Billy Myers 68
12 58 Daniel Moss 61
13 1 Daryn Cockram 6
10:54
The lights are going out now for fireworks.
10:52
Willis gets the hardware (Speed51.com photo)
10:51
Late Model tech is ongoing. So far, so good we are told (Speed51.com photo)
10:50
Danny Willis, Jr. says in Victory Lane this is his third win in this event and second straight. “This doesn’t get old, this is awesome” he said.
10:49
Danny Willis Jr. climbs out in Victory Lane (Speed51.com photo)
10:42
CHECKERED: Danny Willis wins over Crews, Throckmorton, Eversole, and Lawson.
10:42
WHITE FLAG: Going to be a wire-to-wire win for Willis barring the unexpected.

10:41
Lap 95: Fairly clean reace as Willis gets the high five from the flagstand.
10:41
Lap 93: Privette lapped by Willis without any hold up.
10:40
Lap 90: Ten to go. Trey Crews and J.D. Eversole entered tonight in a dead heat in the points battle with Willis right behind them. A Willis win would make it even tighter.
10:39
Lap 86: But Willis navigates the traffic really well and now Crews must hurry past them too to have any chance.
10:38
Lap 83: Willis’ biggest threat may be two lappers ahead of him battling for position – Barnes and Puryear.
10:38
Lap 80: Eversole now getting really tail happy as he begins to fall off Throckmorton.
10:36
Lap 75: Running out of time for anyone to make a move. Eversole is showing some speed as he runs down Throckmorton for third.
10:34
Lap 70 of 100: Willis with a six carlength lead.
10:34
Lap 68: Myers parks his machine.  
10:32
Lap 63: Moss returning. In sixth right now is Davis over Beggarly and Myers.
10:32
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10:31
Lap 60: Willis has Crews breathing down his neck. Throckmorton behind them as Eversole by Lawson for fourth.
10:31
Lap 58: Now Moss is off the pace and hitting the pits.
10:31
Lap 57: Moss got way out of shape on the frontstretch, fishtailed, but saved it as everyone split him.
10:30
GREEN FLAG – Lap 55: No fluid found so we are back at it. Crews right on Willis’ tire tracks this time.
10:27
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 51: Checking for fluid.
10:26
Lap 50 – HALFWAY: Top-five remain stable at this juncture.
10:24
Lap 40: Lawson has caught Moss for fourth.
10:23
Lap 35: Willis’ lead has re-stabilized at four carlengths. Willis leads Crews, Throckmorton, Moss, and Lawson.
10:21
Lap 27: Willis continues to lead but it is shrinking as Crews and Throckmorton are coming in a hurry.
10:19
Lap 21: Eversole by Davis to take 6th.
10:17
10:17
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10:17
Comment From NC Gal

Come on Joey!!!

10:17
Lap 16: Throckmorton zeroing on Crews for second.
10:17
Lap 13: Field settling down after a tense first few laps., Willis has a four carlength lead on Crews.
10:16
Lap 10: Throckmorton is up to third after that frackas. Moss settles in fourth while fifth is Lawson inside of Davis.
10:15
GREEN FLAG: Willis gets away as they go three wide for third.
10:15
Let’s try this again. Coming to the green with Willis inside of Crews.
10:13
Showing 6 of 100 in the books.
10:13
GREEN & YELLOW FLAG – Donnie Puryear spun at the rear of the field and locked up the brakes as he entered turn one.
10:10
Caution laps will count in this feature.
10:10
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 2: Billy Myers spins on the backstretch.
10:10
GREEN FLAG: Willis will get the advantage over Crews by the time they take turn three.
10:09
Coming to the Limited Sportsman green.
10:09
10:09
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10:09
Late Model Dr & Mrs. Maresca/Thunder Road Harley Davidson 200 UNOFFICIAL Results

1 5 Lee Pulliam 206
2 31 Kaz Grala 206
3 99 Peyton Sellers 206
4 8 Josh Oakley 206
5 17 Timothy Peters 206
6 08 Deac McCaskill 206
7 3 Philip Morris 206
8 73 Bruce Anderson 206
9 83 Matt Bowling 206
10 02 Austin Thaxton 206
11 12 Dennis Holdren 206
12 40 C.E. Falk, III 206
13 2 Myatt Snider 206
14 36 Chris Johnson 206
15 7 Michael Maresca 206
16 74 Ronald Hill 206
17 38 Mark Keesee 206
18 58 Tyler Ankrum 205
19 14 Dusty Ellington 141
20 46 Brandon Gdovic 121
21 0 Matt Waltz 114
22 01 Dustin Storm 109
23 77 Blake Stallings 108
24 4 Nick Leitz 101
25 34 Greg Edwards 99
26 57 Eddie Johnson 61
27 03 Brenden Queen 61
28 1 Lin O’Neill 8
10:07
Limited Sportman Starting Lineup

1 23 Danny Willis
2 9 Trey Crews
3 19 Bob Davis
4 58 Daniel Moss
5 4 Chuck Lawson
6 21 Joey Throckmorton
7 98 J.D. Eversole
8 82 Barry Beggarly
9 64 Charles Barnes
10 1 Daryn Cockram
11 5 Billy Myers
12 53 Libby Privette
13 44 Donnie Puryear
10:06
Limited Sportsman race is now rolling
10:05
Pulliam plans on competing tomorrow in the Rusty Harpe Memorial tomorrow at Caraway before going to Southern National for the Twin 75s Dirty Dozen race Saturday.
10:05
Pulliam and crew pose in Victory Lane (Speed51.com photo)
10:04
Pulliam poses with the trophy and the race sponsors (Speed51.com photo)
10:03
Kaz Grala earned second place tonight … the hard way (Speed51.com photo)
10:01
Kaz Grala gets interviewed for 51 TV, which will have a replay package of this race in the coming days (Speed51.com photo)
10:00
Comment From tiny1641

great coverage thanks

10:00
Pulliam does his post race interviews (Speed51.com photo)
9:58
Fourth straight victory in this event for Lee Pulliam (Speed51.com photo)
9:57
9:57
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9:56
Comment From Lenny

Congrats to Pulliam on the win,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

9:55
We’re back from victory lane as a mass of people are celebrating Pulliam’s win. Full results when we are handed them. In in the interim, we’ll post some post-race pictures.
9:44
CHECKERED: Sellers gets loose and Lee Pulliam wins with Grala and Sellers a dead heat for second. Give the nod to Grala unofficially. Fourth to Oakley.
9:43
WHITE FLAG: Pulliam by a nose.
9:43
GREEN FLAG: Sellers right there with Pulliam as they hit the backstretch.
9:40
We are going to have a green-white-checkered.

It will be:

1 Pulliam
2 Sellers
3 Grala
4 Oakley
5 McCaskill
6 Peters
7 Morris
8 Thaxton
9 Anderson
10 Bowling
11 Holdren
12 Snider
13 Ankrum
14 Falk
15 Maresca
16 Hill

9:39
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 198: Chris Johnson got out of shape in turn two .
9:38
Lap 195: Five to go. Grala may catch Sellers for second by the end of this thing. Holdren got loose last lap and allowed Anderson and Bowling by.
9:37
Lap 193: Still no pressure on Pulliam. He will lap Keesee and then probably won’t see any traffic until the checkered.
9:37
Lap 192: Holdren clear to ninth.
9:36
Lap 191: A fantastic run down the backstretch propelled Grala by Oakley for third.
9:36
Lap 190: Ten to go. Holdren ducks under Anderson for just a moment as he begins to set him up for ninth.
9:35
Lap 188: Grala starting to turn up the wick on Oakley for third.
9:35
9:35
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9:35
Lap 185: Fifteen to go as Pulliam has no pressure behind him. Sellers is safely ensconced in second as well.
9:34
Lap 181: Falk is really off in the closing laps, as he is now scored near the tail end of the lead lap.
9:33
Lap 179: Holdren has cracked the top-ten.
9:33
Lap 178: Pulliam stretching the lead now.
9:32
Lap 175 of 200: Lee Pulliam looking to win this race for the fourth straight season.
9:32
Lap 174: Grala is now clear to fourth by McCaskill. Pulliam leads Sellers by two carlengths. Two more back to Oakley. Then Grala, McCaskill, Peters, Morris, Thaxton, Anderson, and Snider.
9:31
Lap 172: Peters around Morris for sixth on the high side.
9:31
Lap 170: Grala took fifth on that restart and now he wants fourth from McCaskill.
9:30
Lap 169: Oakley has three late model wins here in recent weeks and is on the charge now. Up to third.
9:30
GREEN FLAG: Pulliam clears Sellers down the backstretch as they both got a good jump on the field that time.
9:29
Lights off, and we’re about to go lights out for 33 laps to decide this race.
9:28
9:27
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9:26
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 163: Ankrum around on the pit apron.
9:26
Lap 160: Sellers keeping Pulliam well within his sights.
9:25
Lap 159: Grala is in the thick of that battle as well now.
9:25
Lap 158: Now Oakley all over Morris for fourth. In fact, he’ll make a power move to claim that position exiting four.
9:24
Lap 155:

1 Pulliam
2 Sellers
3 McCaskill
4 Morris
5 Oakley
6 Grala
7 Thaxton
8 Peters
9 Anderson
10 Snider
11 Holdren
12 Bowling
13 Falk
14 Maresca
15 Ankrum

9:24
Lap 154: Anderson by Snider for 9th.
9:23
Lap 151: Pulliam out to a five carlength lead on Sellers, McCaskill, Morris, and Oakley.
9:23
Lap 150 of 200: Grala under and by Thaxton easily for 6th.
9:22
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9:22
Lap 149: McCaskill continuing to challenge McCaskill for third.
9:22
Lap 148: And ahead of that Oakley is finally by Thaxton for 5th.
9:22
Lap 147: Grala has completed the pass of Peters of 7th.
9:22
Lap 146: Now Morris under McCaskill for third. Nothing doing this time and Morris will fall back in line.
9:21
Lap 144: Ahead of that battle is Oakley and Thaxton door to door for fifth.
9:21
Lap 143: Grala is the comeback kid of the second half as he fights under Peters looking for 7th.
9:20
Lap 142 – LEAD CHANGE: Pulliam with a power move in turn three to reclaim the lead. Ellington pitting.
9:20
Lap 140: Snider crazy loose now as Peters and Grala are by.
9:20
Lap Lap 139: Morris now clear to fourth over Thaxton and Oakley. Behind that Peters pulls under Snider when Snider had a big wiggle exiting four.
9:19
Lap 138: McCaskill also got by Thaxton on that restart for third. Now Morris pulls outside to take fourth.
9:19
Lap 137 – LEAD CHANGE: Sellers is clear to the lead at they flash under the flagstand.
9:19
GREEN FLAG: Sellers staying nice and even with Pulliam this time.
9:18
Will get the restart with 136 of 200 in the books. Pulliam and Sellers make up row one followed by Thaxton, McCaskill, Morris, and Oakley.
9:17
Ellington and Keesee bounce off each other in the second turn (Speed51.com photo)
9:16
9:16
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9:15
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 132: Ellington and Keesee tangle in turn two.
9:15
Lap 131: Sellers is now second.
9:15
Lap 130: Still a dead heat for second at the stripe. McCaskill and Morris held firm in fourth and fifth that restat.
9:14
GREEN FLAG: Pulliam pulls away no problem on that restart as Sellers is under Thaxton for second.
9:13
Lights off, we will go racing with 127 of 200 in the books.
9:12
Running Order:

1 Pulliam
2 Thaxton
3 Sellers
4 McCaskill
5 Morris
6 Oakley
7 Snider
8 Peters
9 Anderson
10 Grala
11 Falk
12 Holdren
13 Bowling
14 Maresca
15 Anktrum
16 Geesee
17 Hill
18 Ellington

Those are the only cars still on the track.

9:11
Gdovic is gdone (Speed51.com photo)
9:10
9:10
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9:10
We should note Leitz has also been pitside for the last few laps.
9:10
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 122: Gdovic up in smoke.
9:08
Lap 119: Grala by Falk for 10th.
9:07
Lap 115: Behind Morris in fifth are Oakley, Snider, Peters, Anderson, and Falk.
9:07
Lap 114: Pulliam with an eight carlength lead.
9:06
Lap 110: A series of unbelievable saves in turn four. Morris and Waltz went way up the track at a forty-five degree angle, but kept the foot on the gas and saved their cars. It’ll mean Sellers is now third over McCaskill, Morris, and Oakley. Waltz will hit pit road with tires that we’re sure can’t be feeling great after that one.
9:05
Lap 108: Now Sellers rolls up alongside Waltz for third. Stallings slow as he comes down pitside.
9:05
Lap 107: Behind that battle for second it’s Sellers and Morris side by side for fourth.
9:04
Lap 106: Thaxton hanging on for now to P2.
9:04
Lap 105: Matt Waltz now under Thaxton for second as Pulliam pulls away.
9:04
GREEN FLAG: Thaxton and Pulliam lead the field to green for the first time tonight.Pulliam gets the jump in turn four and will lead at the stripe at lap 104.
9:02
Looks like we are now stopped on lap 103
9:00
We are rolling again. It appears as though the laps leading up to the break and after are counting as 103 are currently on the scoreboard.
9:00
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9:00
Blake Stallings ready to get back after it (Speed51.com photo)
8:59
Engines are refiring.
8:58
Michael Maresca looking things over (Speed51.com photo)
8:57
Austin Thaxton will start P1 for the final 100 but may have an uphill battle for the second half as he says he bounced into the wall late in that first segment.
8:56
One adjustment that can be done at the break. (Speed51.com photo)
8:55
Philip Morris: “This one has gotten away from me a couple times. I just don’t want to make a mistake in the final 100”
8:54
Work on pit road. (Speed51.com photo)
8:54
Lee Pulliam said they will not make any major changes. They are not perfect but don’t want to dial themselves out either.
8:52
Crews waiting to go to work (Speed51.com photo)
8:50
The invert will be FIVE.

Your restart running order will be:

1 Austin Thaxton
2 Lee Pulliam
3 Matt Waltz
4 Peyton Sellers
5 Philip Morris

8:48
Cars are now parked on pit road.
8:46
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8:46
Time to grab a famous SoBo bologna burger (Speed51.com photo)
8:45
YELLOW FLAG – Competition caution to allow teams to make minor changes (tires may be swapped but no new tires may be added). Greg Edwards had just hit pit road when that happened and the hood is being taken off.
8:44
Lap 100 – HALFWAY: Your top-ten will be Morris, Sellers, Waltz, Pulliam, Thaxton, McCaskill, Snider, Oakley, Anderson, and Peters. Then it’s Falk, Grala, Holdren, Bowling, and Maresca.
8:43
Lap 98: Peters under Falk as he wants 10th.
8:43
Lap 96: Morris is back out to a three carlength lead. He has led 94 of the 96 laps thus far tonight.
8:43
Lap 95: Five laps from the halfway break. At the halfway break there will be an invert of 5-12.
8:42
Lap 93: McCaskill holds off Snider for now. Behind them, Oakley and Anderson are scrapping for 8th.
8:42
Lap 90: Morris, Sellers, Waltz, Pulliam, Thaxton. Now it’s Snider under McCaskill at 6th.
8:41
Lap 90: Thaxton and McCaskill door to door for 5th.
8:41
Lap 88: Waltz continues his fantastic comeback as he blows by the outside of Pulliam for third.
8:41
GREEN FLAG: Morris this time gets away cleanly while Sellers cuts off Pulliam’s attempts to wrest away 2nd.
8:40
Doubled up and ready to go as Sellers will elect to pull up alongside Morris.
8:36
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8:35
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 80: Smokescreen in turn two as Greg Edwards goes around and immediately grabs the clutch and rolls away.
8:35
Lap 79: The tussle is on around 8th. Anderson just sent Snider into a controlled slide exiting turn four as Snider is fending off a side by side battle between Falk and Anderson.
8:34
Lap 76: McCaskill is now sixth over Oakley, Snider, Anderson, and Falk.
8:33
Lap 75: Matt Waltz has hit the afterburners all of a sudden, he has found his way to fourth by Austin Thaxton.
8:33
Lap 73 – LEAD CHANGE: Philip Morris powers back to the lead. Pulliam remains third. We have 7 NASCAR Whelen All-American national championships represented in the top three right now.
8:33
Lap 72: Sellers continues to lead with Morris to his inside and at his door at the stripe.
8:32
Lap 71 – LEAD CHANGE: Sellers clears Morris at the stripe, but Morris is already fighting back.
8:32
GREEN FLAG: Sellers was the first one to pull up to challenge Morris. And he’s still challenging after a full lap around. Too close to call at the line that time.
8:31
Under caution:

1 Philip Morris
2 Lee Pulliam
3 Peyton Sellers
4 Deac McCaskill
5 Josh Oakley
6 Austin Thaxton
7 Myatt Snider
8 Matt Waltz
9 C.E. Falk, III
10 Bruce Anderson
11 Kaz Grala
12 Timothy Peters
13 Matt Bowling
14 Dennis Holdren
15 Greg Edwards

8:29
Queen’s team assessing the damage (Speed51.com photo)
8:28
Eddie Johnson will go off on the hook (Speed51.com photo)
8:27
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8:26
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 61: Eddie Johnson spun in turn two and cliped the nose on Brenden Queen’s machine. Johnson will need a new front clip after ripping out the radiator. Leitz hit the wall trying to avoid.
8:25
Lap 61: Oakley is back by Thaxton for 5th.
8:25
Lap 60: Grala really struggling as Grala is kicked back to 10th by Falk.
8:25
Lap 59: Snider is by Grala for 8th and now Waltz looks to make the pass of Grala.
8:24
Lap 58: Morris has stretched his lead back to a comfortable four carlengths.
8:24
Lap 56: Some good battles near the rear of the field as Leiz and Stallings spar for 20th with Storm and Gdovic side by side behind them.
8:23
Lap 53: Morris leads Pulliam, Sellers, McCaskill, and Thaxton. Your next five are Oakley, Grala, Snider, Waltz, and Anderson. Falk has fallen back to 11th.
8:23
Lap 52: Sellers has come to third by McCaskill.
8:22
Lap 51: Oakley and Thaxton are by Grala and now fighting between themselves for fifth.
8:22
Lap 50: It was Morris by a nose at the stripe and now it’s Morris by a carlength as they enter turn three.
8:22
GREEN FLAG: Pulliam keeps even with Morris this time. In fact, Pulliam has a nose ahead down the back.
8:20
We are doubled up and will go at it again with 48 of 200 laps in the books.
8:19
8:19
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8:19
Ronald Hill also getting service.
8:18
Gdovic will pit under this yellow.
8:18
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 43: Dusty Ellington loops it in turn two. Pulls away without further incident.
8:17
Lap 39: Morris has opened it up to a four carlength lead. Peters under Waltz for 11th.
8:16
Lap 36: Morris, Pulliam, McCaskill, Sellers, and Grala your new top-five. Oakley is up to sixth over Thaxton, Falk, and Snider. The battle for 10th is then on between Waltz and Bruce Anderson. Give the nod to Anderson.
8:16
Lap 35: Sellers uses the outside to grab fourth from Grala. Grala’s right side door has already been dinged in quite a bit.
8:15
GREEN FLAG: Morris gets the advantage while McCaskill is by Grala for third.
8:14
One to go signal is given from the flagman.
8:14
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8:14
Running Order:

1 Philip Morris
2 Lee Pulliam
3 Kaz Grala
4 Deac McCaskill
5 Austin Thaxton
6 Peyton Sellers
7 C.E. Falk, III
8 Jeff Oakley
9 Matt Waltz
10 Myatt Snider
11 Bruce Anderson
12 Timothy Peters
13 Matt Bowling
14 Brenden Queen
15 Greg Edwards
16 Eddie Johnson
17 Dustin Storm
18 Tyler Ankrum
19 Brandon Gdovic
20 Blake Stallings

8:12
Cautoin laps will count tonight.
8:12
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 30: Mark Keesee looped it at the exit of turn four. He was in a bad spot but was able to loop it back around without any damage.
8:11
Lap 27:  Everyone saving as much as they can, tire conversation is going to be key to the victor in the final 25 laps.
8:10
Lap 25: Oakley is by Waltz for 8th.
8:10
Lap 24: Edwards now working Storm for 16th.
8:09
Lap 21: Morris has led every lap thus far. His lead is up to eight carlengths.
8:09
Lap 19: Holdren and Storm get Gdovic for 15th and 16th, Gdovic continuing to backpedal as here goes Greg Edwards and Eddie Johnson by.
8:08
Lap 16: Top-five hasn’t changed since our last post. Sixth through tenth are Sellers, Falk, Waltz, Oakley, and Snider.
8:07
Lap 15: Morris’ lead continues to grow as Pulliam in fact is slipping back to Grala and McCaskill’s grasp.
8:07
Lap 13: Bowling bypasses Queen for 13th.
8:06
8:06
The 2014 Southern Super Series will be decided at the 30th Annual All-American 400 at the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. Last year, Daniel Hemric beat out Bubba Pollard for the championship while Chase Elliott hoisted the guitar in victory lane. Who will get the famous guitar and who will be the 2014 SSS champion? Make your plans now to be a part of this memorable event. Click here for more information.
8:06
Lap 11: McCaskill continuing to hound Grala for third, but has not made the pass to this point.
8:06
Lap 9: Top-five is Morris, Pulliam ,Grala, McCaskill, Thaxton.
8:05
Lap 8: Bowling by Gdovic for 14th.
8:05
Lap 7: Up front, Morris has a four carlength advantage.
8:05
Lap 6: Faulk now puts a nose under Sellers for sixth.
8:04
Lap 5: Now Falk is by Waltz for 7th.
8:04
Lap 4: Sellers by Waltz  to take 6th, but has a near miss when C.E. Falk gave him a tap in two.
8:04
Lap 2: Grala hangs on to second for now.
8:03
GREEN FLAG: Morris gets through the gears well and Grala did not. Give first to Morris and second to Pulliam. Grala trying to fend off McCaskill for third.
8:02
The field finishing up pace laps (Speed51.com photo)
8:01
Waved off the start as a few drivers mid-field were not in the right order.
7:57
The weather is gorgeous for a great night of racing after rough storms rolled through here shortly after 4 PM this afternoon. The sky is overcast, the temperatures are pleasant, and the fans are on their feet as the one to go signal is given.
7:52
Pace laps are underway.
7:51
Engines have fired on pit road.
7:51
7:51
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7:51
For those of you looking at some young talent here tonight, pay attention to Tyler Ankrum. The 14-year-old has been consistent and fast here tonight against a stout field.
7:50
Starting Lineup – Dr. & Mrs. Maresca/Thunder Road Harley Davidson 200

1 3 Phillip Morris
2 31 Kaz Grala
3 5 Lee Pulliam
4 8 Deac McCaskill
5 0 Matt Waltz
6 02 Austin Thaxton
7 99 Peyton Sellers
8 40 C.E. Falk, III
9 8 Josh Oakley
10 73 Bruce Anderson
11 46 Brandon Gdovic
12 2 Myatt Snider
13 17 Timothy Peters
14 83 Matt Bowling
15 03 Brenden Queen
16 34 Greg Edwards
17 57 Eddie Johnson
18 58 Tyler Ankrum
19 12 Dennis Holdren
20 77 Blake Stallings
21 01 Dustin Storm
22 4 Nick Leitz
23 74 Ronald Hill
24 14 Dusty Ellington
25 7 Michael Maresca
26 38 Mark Keesee
27 36 Chris Johnson
7:49
Late Models are ready to rock. 200 laps tonight.
7:48
7:48
The World Crown 300 is one of the prestigious Super Late Model events on the Southern Super Series schedule. Last year, Preston Peltier added his name to a winner’s list of who’s won in stock car racing. Past winners include Dick Trickle, Gary Balough, Darrell Waltrip, Rich Bickle, Ronnie Sanders, Chase Elliott and more. Make your plans now to be a part of the 31st Annual event on Saturday, August 9th. Click here for more information.
7:48
We have had track officials confirm that Bobby McCarty will not race tonight. In fact, his hauler has already left the premises.
7:47
Crews gets the hardware from the race sponsor (Speed51.com photo)
7:45
Victory for Stuart Crews in the longest Pure Stock race of the season (Speed51.com photo)
7:37
Unofficial Finish – Pure Stock

1 29 Stuart Crews 50
2 49 Eric Crews 50
3 21 Greg Autry 50
4 1 Mikkie Milam 50
5 0 Bruce Mayo 50
6 4 Jarrett Gillis 50
7 61 Jimmy Wade 50
8 10 Harrison Walker 49
9 9 Johnny Layne 26
10 66 Scott Phillips 23
7:36
WHITE FLAG: Eric Crews is finally clear for second while Milam and Autry will go to the checkered for third.
7:36
GREEN FLAG: Stuart Crews laid down the hammer and is gone.
7:35
Going to have a green-white-checkered to see who claims victory number one tonight.
7:33
YELLOW FLAG: Harrison Walker spins right in front of the leaders, but luckily everyone barely avoids him.
7:32
Lap 45: Stuart Crews’ lead is down to a single carlength.
7:32
Lap 45: Wade looking under Walker for 7th.
7:31
Lap 42: Stuart Crews leads Eric Crews by two carlengths. Then it’s Milam, Autry, Mayo, Gillis, Walker, and Wade.
7:30
Lap 40: Ten to go. Eric Crews has reeled in Stuart Crews.
7:30
Lap 39: Milam by Mayo for third and it looks like Autry is going to go to fourth.
7:29
Lap 37: Black flag for Phillips, who returned to the track and appears to be leaking some sort of fluid.
7:29
7:29
The 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals presented by Miller Lite will take place on Tuesday, July 15th at the Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, WI. This year’s 200-lap event will feature a variety of the top short track stars including six-time Slinger Nationals champion Matt Kenseth. VIP and General Admission tickets are on sale now. Click here for more information.
7:29
Lap 35: Stuart Crews leads Eric Crews by a second. Milam has reclaimed fourth from Autry.
7:28
Lap 32: At fourth, Autry is nosing ahead of Milam from the outside.
7:28
Lap 31: Eric Crews back under and by Mayo for second.
7:27
GREEN FLAG: Mayo chose the outside again and got the jump on Stuart Crews this time. But Crews fights back and will clear for the lead entering turn three.
7:27
Going to double up for another start.
7:25
YELLOW FLAG – Lap 30: Harrison Walker goes for the spin cycle on the pit apron.
7:25
Lap 28: Milam holds fourth while Harrison Walker dives under Autry.
7:24
Lap 25 – HALFWAY: Greg Autry pulls up to the outside of Milam for second.
7:23
GREEN FLAG: Bruce Mayo elected to start on the outside at the cone. He won’t t get the lead, nor will he be able to hold off Eric Crews for second. But he does slide into third.
7:22
One to go signal is given.
7:21
We have 24 laps of 50 complete. Running Order:

1 – Stuart Crews
2 – Eric Crews
3 – Mikkie Milam
4 – Bruce Mayo
5 – Greg Autry
6 – Harrison Walker
7 – Jarrett Gillis
8 – Jimmy Wade
9 – Johnny Layne
10 – Scott Phillips

7:20
YELLOW FLAG: Layne off the pace and stalled at the exit of turn four.
7:20
Lap 23: Mayo by Harrison Walker for fifth.
7:20
Lap 22: At third, Mikkie Milam is challenging Johnny Layne for third.
7:19
Lap 21: Phillips off the pace and limping to pit road
7:19
7:19
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7:19
GREEN FLAG: Another fine restart for Stuart Crews while Eric Crews has come to second.
7:18
Field being told to double up, we will go back to green in a lap.
7:17
Phillips will get the free pass.
7:16
YELOW FLAG – Lap 19: No obvious issue on the track, so we will assume this is a debris/fluid caution
7:16
Lap 18: Leader Stuart Crews has lapped Scott Phillips. Behind him Eric Crews zeroes in for second.
7:15
Lap 16: Harrison walker now seems to be off the pace as Milam takes fourth.
7:15
Lap 15: Milam mustered by Mayo for fifth.
7:14
We’ve noticed during this feature that the Bobby McCarty machine has been taken to the railer. We’ll try to see what’s up and apass along any updates we can give.
7:13
Lap 8: Stuart Crews has opened up a nearly straightaway length lead on Johnny Layne and Eric Crews. Harrison Walker was able to defend fourth from Bruce Mayo.
7:12
Lap 7: Scott Phillips has fallen to the rear of the field.
7:11
7:11
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7:11
Lap 4: Eric Crews pokes ahead at third while Bruce Mayo is looking to follow through for fourth.
7:10
Lap 2: Eric Crews and Harrison Walker have been side by side since the start for third.
7:10
GREEN FLAG: Crews easily clears Layne as they enter the first turn and will head down the backstretch with a two carlength lead.
7:08
Mini Stock field is now doubling up.
7:08
Track officials have just informed us Late Models will run second tonight.
7:06
Mini Stock Starting Lineup

1 29 Stuart Crews
2 9 Johnny Layne
3 49 Eric Crews
4 10 Harrison Walker
5 1 Mikkie Milam
6 0 Bruce Mayo
7 21 Greg Autry
8 4 Jarrett Gillis
9 66 Scott Phillips
10 61 Jimmy Wade
7:05
Tonight’s feature order is:

Pure Stock 50
Limited Sportsman 100
Late Model 200

7:05
We are now rolling for the first race – the Pure Stock 50
6:58
6:58
Today’s coverage of the Late Model Stock 200 and Limited Late Model 100 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia is presented by 51 TV’s live Pay-Per-View coverage of the Slinger Nationals from Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, WI. Speed 51 will present live Pay Per View coverage of the 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 from the high banked Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wisconsin. This is a must see event with a 199-lap feature featuring some of the best Super Late Model drivers including six-time Slinger Nationals winner Matt Kenseth. Order it today for the advance price of $19.99. There is a 150-mile blackout area around the track for this event. Click here to order it today.
6:53
Opening ceremonies have begun with sponsor introductions.
6:48
Lee Pulliam and Deac McCaskill watch as Philip Morris goes to the top of the charts. (Speed51.comphoto)
6:39
For the second time in two races Philip Morris sets fast time at South Boston. (Speed51.com photo)
6:39
We are going to roll right into opening ceremonies so we can still start the show at 7. Good hustle by the South Boston Speedway crew to catch up after rain put us behind.
6:39
6:39
The Dirty Dozen Series is back at Southern National Motorsports Park on Saturday, July 5 as part of the Independence Celebration 370. The NWAAS Late Models and other divisions will be in action. Click here for more information.
6:39
Qualifying Times – Late Models

1 3 Phillip Morris 15.769
2 31 Kaz Grala 15.814
3 5 Lee Pulliam 15.828
4 08 Deac McCaskill 15.829
5 0 Matt Waltz 15.836
6 02 Austin Thaxton 15.839
7 99 Peyton Sellers 15.848
8 40 C.E. Falk, III 15.876
9 8 Josh Oakley 15.898
10 73 Bruce Anderson 15.910
11 46 Brandon Gdovic 15.934
12 2 Myatt Snider 15.937
13 17 Timothy Peters 15.960
14 83 Matt Bowling 15.971
15 03 Brenden Queen 15.977
16 34 Greg Edwards 15.984
17 57 Eddie Johnson 15.988
18 6 Bobby McCarty 15.993
19 58 Tyler Ankrum 16.001
20 12 Dennis Holdren 16.036
21 77 Blake Stallings 16.112
22 01 Dustin Storm 16.124
23 4 Nick Leitz 16.163
24 74 Ronald Hill 16.170
25 14 Dusty Ellington 16.174
26 7 Michael Maresca 16.179
27 38 Mark Keesee 16.256
28 36 Chris Johnson 16.332
6:38
That does it for qualifying.
6:38
Division: Late Model Stock
#73 – Bruce Anderson

L1: 16.030
L2: 15.910 (+)
Position: 10th after 28

6:36
Division: Late Model Stock
#74 – Ronald Hill

L1: 16.309
L2: 16.170 (+)
Position: 23rd after 27

6:36
Division: Late Model Stock
#6 – Bobby McCarty

L1: 16.118
L2: 15.993 (+)
Position: 17th after 26

6:35
Division: Late Model Stock
#36 – Chris Johnson

L1: 16.466
L2: 16,332 (+)
Position: 25th after 25

6:34
Division: Late Model Stock
#4 – Nick Leitz

L1: 16.473
L2: 16.163 (+)
Position: 21st after 24

6:33
Division: Late Model Stock
#99 – Peyton Sellers

L1: 15.917
L2: 15.848 (+)
Position: 7th after 23

6:32
Division: Late Model Stock
#7 – Michael Maresca

L1: 16.244
L2: 16.179 (+)
Position: 21st after 22

6:32
6:32
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6:31
Division: Late Model Stock
#03 – Brenden Queen

L1: 16.113
L2: 15.977 (+)
Position: 13th after 21

6:30
Division: Late Model Stock
#8 – Josh Oakley

L1: 16.028
L2: 15.898
Position: 8th after 20

6:29
Perhaps Peyton Sellers can crack the top three? (Speed51.com photo)
6:29
Division: Late Model Stock
#12 – Dennis Holdren

L1: 16.036 (+)
L2: 16.154
Position: 15th after 19

6:28
Division: Late Model Stock
#34 – Greg Edwards

L1: 16.015
L2: 15.984 (+)
Position: 12th after 18

6:27
Mike Maresca will be on track soon. (Speed51.com photo)
6:27
Division: Late Model Stock
#14 – Tyler Ankrum

L1: 16.171
L2: 16.001 (+)
Position: 13th after 17

6:26
Perhaps the best nickname we have seen in a while. (Speed51.com photo)
6:26
Division: Late Model Stock
#46 – Brandon Gdovic

L1: 15.978
L2: 15.934 (+)
Position: 8th after 16

6:26
Josh Oakley already has three wins this season at South Boston. (Speed51.com photo)
6:25
Division: Late Model Stock
#40 – C.E. Falk, III

L1: 15.925
L2: 15.876 (+)
Position: 7th after 15

6:25
6:25
The KOMA Unwind Modified Madness Series will make their second visit to Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina on Saturday, July 5th. Tim Brown won the first visit to Hickory that saw 18 lead changes. Click here for more information.
6:25
Here’s your top-five halfway through qualifying.

15.769 3 Phillip Morris
15.814 31 Kaz Grala
15.828 5 Lee Pulliam
15.829 08 Deac McCaskill
15.836 0 Matt Waltz
6:24
Division: Late Model Stock
#17 – Timothy Peters

L1: 16.058
L2: 15.960 (+)
Position: 8th after 14

6:23
Division: Late Model Stock
#83 – Matt Bowling

L1: 16.059
L2: 15.971 (+)
Position: 8th after 13

6:22
Division: Late Model Stock
#02 – Austin Saxton

L1: 15.960
L2: 15.839 (+)
Position: 6th after 12

6:22
Division: Late Model Stock
#2 – Myatt Snider

L1: 16.058
L2: 15.937 (+)
Position: 6th after 11

6:21
Wesley Falk puts the window net up for his brother CE Falk. (Speed51.com photo)
6:21
Division: Late Model Stock
#57 – Eddie Johnson

L1: 16.065
L2: 15.988 (+)
Position: 6th after 10

6:20
Division: Late Model Stock
#77 – Blake Stallings

L1: 16.348
L2: 16.112 (+)
Position: 6th after 9

6:20
Timothy Peters has not taken his eyes off the scoreboard since he got in line. (Speed51.com photo)
6:19
Division: Late Model Stock
#38 – Mark Keesee

L1: 16.310
L2: 16.256 (+)
Position: 8th after 8

6:19
Matt Bowling is looking for another big win atSouth Boston like at the Denny Hamlin race in April.(Speed51.com photo)
6:18
6:18
The Southern Super Series will get ready for another exciting Gulf Coast Weekend on July 25-26th. They will visit Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida on Friday, July 25th and Mobile International Speedway in Mobile, Alabama on Saturday, July 26th.Click here for more information.
6:18
Division: Late Model Stock
#31 – Kaz Grala

L1: 15.945
L2: 15.814 (+)
Position: 2nd after 7

6:17
Division: Late Model Stock
#14 – Dusty Ellington

L1: 16.445
L2: 16.174 (+)
Position: 6th after 6

6:16
Division: Late Model Stock
#0 – Matt Waltz

L1: 15.857
L2: 15.836 (+)
Position: 4th after 5

6:16
Thumbs up from Blake Stallings. (Speed51.com photo)
6:15
Division: Late Model Stock
#5 – Lee Pulliam

L1: 15.879
L2: 15.828 (+)
Position: 2nd after 4

6:14
Kaz Grala checks the times on his phone. (Speed51.com photo)
6:14
Division: Late Model Stock
#01 – Dustin Storm

L1: 16.124 (+)
L2: 16.205
Position: 3rd after 3

6:13
Division: Late Model Stock
#3 – Phillip Morris

L1: 15.938
L2: 15.769 (+)
Position: 1st after 2

6:13
Matt Waltz is focused. (Speed51.com photo)
6:12
Division: Late Model Stock
#08 – Deac McCaskill

L1: 15.947
L2: 15.829 (+)

6:12
Lee Pulliam waits to go. (Speed51.com photo)
6:11
Limited Sportsman Qualifying Results

1 23 Danny Willis 15.994
2 09 Trey Crews 16.026
3 19 Bob Davis 16.117
4 58 Daniel Moss 16.117
5 4 Chuck Lawson 16.130
6 21 Joey Throckmorton 16.174
7 98 J.D. Eversole 16.234
8 82 Barry Beggarly 16.293
9 64 Charles Barnes 16.344
10 1 Daryn Cockram 16.349
11 05 Billy Myers 16.446
12 53 Libby Privette 16.543
13 44 Donnie Puryear 16.621
6:10
6:10
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6:10
Division: Limited Sportsman
#53 – Libby Privette

L1: 16.889
L2: 16.543 (+)
Position: 12th after 13

6:09
Division: Limited Sportsman
#58 – Daniel Moss

L1: 16.338
L2: 16.117 (+)
Position: 4th after 12

6:09
Division: Limited Sportsman
#64 – Charles Barnes

L1: 16.548
L2: 16.344 (+)
Position: 8th after 11

6:07
Division: Limited Sportsman
#21 – Joey Throckmorton

L1: 16.605
L2: 16.174 (+)
Position: 5th after 10

6:06
Division: Limited Sportsman
#05 – Billy Myers

L1: 16.854
L2: 16.446 (+)
Position: 8th after 9

6:05
Division: Limited Sportsman
#23 – Danny Willis

L1: 16.222
L2: 15.994 (+)
Position: 1st after 8

6:05
6:05
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6:04
Division: Limited Sportsman
#09 – Trey Crews

L1: 16.245
L2: 16.026 (+)
Position: 1st after 7

6:04
Division: #82 – Barry Beggarly

L1: 16.425
L2: 16.293 (+)
Position: 4th after 6

6:03
Division: Limited Sportsman
#19 – Bob Davis

L1: 16.419
L2: 16.117 (+)
Position: 1st after 5

6:02
Division: Limited Sportsman
#44 – Donnie Puryear

L1: 16.887
L2: 16.621 (+)
Position: 4th after 4

6:01
Division: #98 – J.D. Eversole

L1: 16.345
L2: 16.234 (+)
Position: 2nd after 3

6:00
Division: Limited Sportsman
#4 – Chuck Lawson

L1: 16.315
L2: 16.130 (+)
Position: 1st

5:59
The line of cars waiting to take their laps. (Speed51.com photo)
5:59
Division: Limited Sportsman
#1 – Daryn Cockram

L1: 16.522
L2: 16.349 (+)

5:58
Limited Sportsman now at it.
5:57
5:57
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5:57
Pure Stock Qualifying Results

1 29 Stuart Crews 18.607
2 9 Johnny Layne 18.852
3 49 Eric Crews 18.906
4 10 Harrison Walker 18.921
5 1 Mikkie Milam 18.940
6 00 Bruce Mayo 19.058
7 21 Greg Autry 19.174
8 4 Jarrett Gillis 19.328
9 66 Scott Phillips 19.639
10 61 Jimmy Wade 19.702
5:57
Division: Pure Stock
#21 – Greg Autry

Lap: 19.174

5:56
Division: Pure Stock
#66 – Scott Phillips

Lap: 19.639

5:55
Division: Pure Stock
#4 – Jarrett Gillis

Lap: 19.328

5:55
Division: Pure Stock
#61 – Jimmy Wade

Lap: 19.702

5:55
Daryn Cockram will be the first Limited car out for time trials. (Speed51.com photo)
5:54
5:54
Today’s coverage of the Late Model Stock 200 and Limited Late Model 100 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia is presented by 51 TV’s live Pay-Per-View coverage of the Slinger Nationals from Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, WI. Speed 51 will present live Pay Per View coverage of the 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 from the high banked Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wisconsin. This is a must see event with a 199-lap feature featuring some of the best Super Late Model drivers including six-time Slinger Nationals winner Matt Kenseth. Order it today for the advance price of $19.99. There is a 150-mile blackout area around the track for this event. Click here to order it today.
5:53
Division: Pure Stock
#00 – Bruce Mayo

Lap: 19.058

5:53
Division: Pure Stock
#10 – Harrison Walker

Lap: 18.921

5:52
Division: Pure Stocks
#1 – Mikkie Milam

Lap: 18.940

5:51
Division: Pure Stock
#9 – Johnny Layne

Lap: 18.852

5:51
Division: Pure Stocks
#49 – Eric Crews

Lap: 18.906

5:50
Division: Pure Stock
#29 – Stuart Crews

Lap: 18.607

5:49
We will qualify Pure Stocks first.
5:49
Perhaps a future driver in this race. (Speed51.com photo)
5:47
Earlier Matt Bowling talked to some of his crew members. (Speed51.com photo)
5:44
Working a few wet spots out next to the pit wall still, got some weepers.
5:42
Waiting for time trials to start. (Speed51.com photo)
5:40
Looks like all divisions will get to qualify tonight as we see the Limited Sportsmans and Pure Stocks queued up on the backstretch.
5:36
Looks like Deac McCaskill will be the first driver to come out as we are putting the final touches on the track drying process.
5:29
5:29
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5:29
Qualifying will roll off in two minutes.
5:21
Team are putting on there race tires now. Tonight they get four tires for 200 laps.
5:12
The autograph session has been pulled from the schedule. Time trials will start at 5:30pm.
5:11
The meeting is about the procedure in which we will qualify tonight. The Late Model drivers decided as a ground to qualify individually.
5:06
A second meeting is about to start. (Speed51.com photo)
5:03
Late Model drivers are being called to the tech building.
5:02
The track crew is trying hard to get us ready to race. (Speed51.com photo)
4:52
Track officials are working on a new schedule which they will release to us shortly, though they said we are still on track for a 7 PM start.
4:45
4:45
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4:45
Teams have been asked to move their late models away from the inside pit wall so track drying can begin on pit road. We’ve got some good progress going on with the track.
4:32
Rain bands rolling away (Speed51.com photo)
4:31
Trackside drying efforts have begun.
4:21
Past SoBo 200 Winners
2013 Lee Pulliam
2012 Lee Pulliam
2011 Lee Pulliam
2010 Deac McCaskill
2009 Nick Smith
2008 Deac McCaskill
2007 Adam Baker
2006 Drew Herring
4:11
The rain has started to die down here at South Boston and track officials continue to plan for the racing to go on tonight.

While we wait this out, feel free to check out 51’s other Trackside Now coverage for the day going on at New Smyrna Speedway where the Clyde Hart Memorial is underway:http://speed51.com/tracksid…

4:03
Storm clouds closing in on South Boston earlier (Speed51.com photo)
3:59
3:58
Its a new date for the Battle of Berlin 251 at Berlin Raceway in Marne, Michigan. This year’s event will take place on July 18-19 featuring the stars of the ARCA/CRA Super Series and JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. Last year, Johnny VanDoorn held off Travis Braden to pick up the big win. Click here for more information.
3:58
We are now in an indefinite holding pattern.
3:56
Sadly, the storms being generated by Hurricane Arthur have arrived in force and the track is currently getting drenched.
3:43
The wind is picking up here at the track as the tire tent just went for a ride. (Speed51.com photo)
3:39
There will be a draw by the sponsors at lap 101 for the second half of the race. Officials are not sharing the maximum number of cars that can be inverted.
3:37
The will be a 10 minute break at halfway for minor adjustments during the 200 lapper. Teams can move tires, but no changes. Only four crew members can go over the wall.
3:35
Limiteds and Late Models will get scuff lap an two timed laps.
3:33
All drivers answered the roll call in the meeting.
3:29
Drivers meeting is about to start. (Speed51.com photo)
3:28
We are heading down to the drivers’ meeting.
3:25
3:25
The 2014 Southern Super Series will be decided at the 30th Annual All-American 400 at the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. Last year, Daniel Hemric beat out Bubba Pollard for the championship while Chase Elliott hoisted the guitar in victory lane. Who will get the famous guitar and who will be the 2014 SSS champion? Make your plans now to be a part of this memorable event. Click here for more information.
3:24
Final Late Model Stock Practice Times

1 3 Phillip Morris 15.992
2 08 Deac McCaskill 16.022
3 5 Lee Pulliam 16.107
4 73 Bruce Anderson 16.155
5 2 Myatt Snider 16.158
6 17 Timothy Peters 16.233
7 77 Blake Stallings 16.251
8 40 C.E. Falk, III 16.265
9 02 Austin Thaxton 16.275
10 34 Greg Edwards 16.355
11 36 Chris Johnson 16.374
12 7 Michael Maresca 16.420
13 12 Dennis Holdren 16.474
14 74 Ronald Hill 16.530
15 57 Eddie Johnson 16.596
16 14 Dusty Ellington 16.743
3:22
Philip Morris led the second practice. (Speed51.com photo)
3:21
Second practice times for the Late Models were cut short due to a technical malfunction, but the speedway has provided us the times up until that happened. We are posting those in just a second.
3:17
Limited Sportsman Practice Results

1 23 Danny Willis, Jr. 16.355
2 09 Trey Crews 16.400
3 19 Bob Davis 16.454
4 21 Joey Throckmorton 16.548
5 98 J.D. Eversole 16.573
6 58 Daniel Moss 16.667
7 64 Charles Barnes 16.752
8 05 Billy Myers 16.792
9 82 Barry Beggarly 16.908
10 4 Chuck Lawson 17.000
11 44 Donnie Puryear 17.165
12 53 Libby Privette 17.217
13 1 Daryn Cockram 17.296
3:17
3:17
The World Crown 300 is one of the prestigious Super Late Model events on the Southern Super Series schedule. Last year, Preston Peltier added his name to a winner’s list of who’s won in stock car racing. Past winners include Dick Trickle, Gary Balough, Darrell Waltrip, Rich Bickle, Ronnie Sanders, Chase Elliott and more. Make your plans now to be a part of the 31st Annual event on Saturday, August 9th. Click here for more information.
3:16
Danny Willis Jr. led the final practice for Limited Late Models. (Speed51.com photo)
3:11
Jul 3 – SBS 200 Previous Winners:

2006 – Drew Herring
2007 – Adam Barker
2008 – Deac McCaskill
2009 – Nick Smith
2010 – Deac McCaskill
2011 – Lee Pulliam
2012 – Lee Pulliam
2013 – Lee Pulliam

3:09
Blake Stallings flirts with the inside pit wall working through turn one (Speed51.com photo)
3:08
Lee Pulliam is looking for a fourth straight win in this event. (Speed51.com photo)
3:05
Pure Stock practice has concluded the next thing is the drivers’ meeting at the bottom of the hour. Again, we will type up the final practice times once we are provided them.
3:02
Michael Maresca (Speed51.com photo)
3:00
Lee Pulliam salutes the American flag as he rolls down the backstretch (Speed51.com Instagram – @speed51dotcom)
2:59
Limited Sportsman are done with practice and now we’ll release the Mini Stocks for a few moinutes. The drivers’ meeting will then be at 3:30
2:50
Another quick round for the Limited Sportsman and Pure Stocks are up next.
2:50
Late Model practice is over … we will post the full results to their final session as soon as we are provided those times.
2:49
It\’s a hot one on the asphalt today. (Speed51.com photo)
2:48
Only a few cars left running as practice should be concluding here in about two minutes. Looks like Anderson and Falk though are coming one for one final crack at it.
2:41
Ronald Hill, CE Falk, Maresca, and Dusty Ellington making laps right now.
2:40
Now McCaskill jumps up to the top of the chart over Phillip Morris.
2:39
Pulliam has jumped back to the top of the charts early in this session at a 16.107 over Snider and Peters.
2:39
2:39
Today’s coverage of the Late Model Stock 200 and Limited Late Model 100 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia is presented by 51 TV’s live Pay-Per-View coverage of the Slinger Nationals from Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, WI. Speed 51 will present live Pay Per View coverage of the 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 from the high banked Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wisconsin. This is a must see event with a 199-lap feature featuring some of the best Super Late Model drivers including six-time Slinger Nationals winner Matt Kenseth. Order it today for the advance price of $19.99. There is a 150-mile blackout area around the track for this event. Click here to order it today.
2:35
Late Model Stocks are out for their final practice runs.
2:34
First Late Model Stock Practice Times

1 5 Lee Pulliam 15.938
2 99 Peyton Sellers 15.943
3 31 Kaz Grala 16.012
4 02 Austin Thaxton 16.087
5 2 Myatt Snider 16.092
6 6 Bobby McCarty 16.104
7 73 Bruce Anderson 16.119
8 46 Brandon Gdovic 16.119
9 17 Timothy Peters 16.125
10 58 Tyler Ankrum 16.145
11 34 Greg Edwards 16.17
12 83 Matt Bowling 16.183
13 8 Josh Oakley 16.198
14 7 Michael Maresca 16.217
15 03 Brenden Queen 16.227
16 74 Ronald Hill 16.233
17 77 Blake Stallings 16.233
18 01 Dustin Storm 16.281
19 40 C.E. Falk, III 16.281
20 38 Mark Keesee, Jr. 16.29
21 08 Deac McCaskill 16.293
22 3 Phillip Morris 16.322
23 12 Dennis Holdren 16.328
24 0 Matt Waltz 16.346
25 36 Chris Johnson 16.571
26 57 Eddie Johnson 16.612
27 14 Dusty Ellington 16.672
28 4 Nick Leitz NT
2:32
2:32
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2:32
Jimmy Wade was the fastest in the Pure Stock practice.
2:31
Myatt Snider gets in for his final run of practice. (Speed51.com photo)
2:28
In the Pure Stocks we have:

#4 – Brandon Bomar
#10 – Harrison Walker
#61 – Jimmy Wade
#66 – Scott Phillips

2:27
15 Limited Sportsman are here from our understanding. 4 Pure Stocks according to the Transponder list.
2:27
Comment From Jonathan Wilborn

How many limiteds and pure stocks are there

2:27
Practice is complete for Limited Sportsman. J.D. Eversole was fastest at 16.573
2:23
2:23
It is the number one Outlaw Super Late Model event in the nation! The Kalamazoo Klash XXII will take place on Wednesday, August 13 at the Kalamazoo Speedway in Kalamazoo, MI. Last year, Terry Senneker won the Klash and picked up the $10,000 check. It was the second year in a row, and third Klash win overall in his career. Mike “Bubba” Brooks, Phil Bozell and many more will try to take over Senneker’s place on top of the podium in 2014. Click here to make your plans now for this year’s event!
2:23
Here are the Limited Sportsman on the track:

#64 – Charles Barnes
#23 – Danny Willis
#09 – Trey Crews
#58 – Daniel Moss
#19 – Bob Davis
#44 – Donnie Puryear
#05 – Billy Myers
#21 – Joey Throckmorton
#53 – Libby Privette
#1 – Daryn Cockram
#82 – Barry Beggarly
#98 – J.D. Eversole

2:21
Lee Pulliam led that practice with a 15.938 as Late Models are now done for their session. We’ll post full times when they are provided to us but until then here come the Limited Sportsman onto the track.
2:19
Limited cars will be out next. (Speed51.com photo)
2:16
Jonathan Cash, Phillip Morris, and Bobby McCarty now circling the track.
2:14
2:14
The Dirty Dozen Series is back at Southern National Motorsports Park on Saturday, July 5 as part of the Independence Celebration 370. The NWAAS Late Models and other divisions will be in action. Click here for more information.
2:13
This group includes Deac McCaskill, CE Falk, Eddie Johnson, Myatt Snider, and Chris Johnson
2:11
First practice concludes for late models. They will clear the track and then let another group come out.
2:10
A giant cloud has covered the track. We should add Matt Waltz has just practiced – he was not on the list of cars we provided earlier.
2:10
The Matt Bowling team gets ready to go back out. (Speed51.com photo)
2:08
Early in practice, Tyler Ankrum is fastest with a 16.380, just a tad faster than Anderson and Peters.
2:07
K&N regular Kaz Grala, who ran the twins here last week, is out now for practice as is Timothy Peters.
2:06
Brandon Gdovic scaled back his NASCAR K&N Pro Series East effort for the second half of this season to get some more late model seat time (Speed51.com photo)
2:05
Black flag for Pulliam.
2:05
Nick Leitz, Austin Thaxton, and Lee Pulliam see the track for the first time today as others begin to make their first adjustments.
2:04
2:04
The ACT International 300 will take place on Sunday, July 20th at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY. This year’s event will pay $25,000 to the winner! Make your plans now to be at this great event. Click here for more information.
2:04
Tyler Ankrum, Mario Maresca, and Peyton Sellers join the action.
2:01
Cars are rolling out now. Brenden Queen will be the first one to see the track with Bruce Anderson, Ronald Hill, Josh Oakley, and Mark Keesee following him out.
1:59
Late Models will be out first.
1:56
We are five minutes away from the start of practices for the day.
1:56
Tire selection is important for an extra distance race like tonight and the tire area is buzzing right now (Speed51.com photo)
1:54
1:54
The KOMA Unwind Modified Madness Series will make their second visit to Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina on Saturday, July 5th. Tim Brown won the first visit to Hickory that saw 18 lead changes. Click here for more information.
1:52
Comment From Gail

Good luck to Lee and the Kiker Motorsports team!

1:51
Red, White, and Blue everywhere for Chris Johnson today (Speed51.com photo)
1:49
Comment From Lenny

Go #46 Brandon Gdovic

1:46
Plenty of Limited Sportsman here on the backstretch for action as well (Speed51.com photo)
1:45
1:45
The Southern Super Series will get ready for another exciting Gulf Coast Weekend on July 25-26th. They will visit Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida on Friday, July 25th and Mobile International Speedway in Mobile, Alabama on Saturday, July 26th.Click here for more information.
1:40
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series stalwart Timothy Peters loves coming back to his roots to compete in these big Virginia Triple Crown shows (Speed51.com photo)
1:36
Lee Pulliam gained ground on Anthony Anders in the Whelen All-American points battle last week, and a strong holiday weekend in the Southeast could pull him even (Speed51.com photo)
1:28
Deac McCaskill is back after winning a feature here last week at South Boston. (Speed51.com photo)
1:24
In the Late Model race here at South Boston, Peyton Sellers, the 2006 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion, leads Austin Thaxton by 71 points. Matt Bowling is also keeping fairly decent pace in the points race.
1:19
1:19
Whether it’s Super Late Models, ARCA, Modifieds, Legends Cars or Figure-8 racing, Speed51.com’s “Stars and Stripes” week will have something for every short track fan in America and beyond. 51 will utilize all of its popular feeds, from live at-track Trackside Now coverage, Twitter updates on the @speed51dotcom AP Racing Brakes Twitter Feed, photo highlights on the Speed51doctom Instagram, 51 TV video highlight packages and the Speed51.com Five Star Race Car Bodies Facebook Feed, to bring short track events to the masses during “Stars and Stripes Week.”
1:19
Cars on the Grounds for LMSC
 

01 Dustin Storm
02 Austin Thaxton
2 Myatt Snider
02 Matt Waltz
3 Philip Morris
03 Breanden Queen
4 Nick Leitz
5 Lee Pulliam
6 Bobby McCarthy
7 Michael Maresca
07 Jonathan Cash
8 Josh Oakley
08 Deac McCaskill
14 Dusty Ellington
17 Timothy Peters
31 Kaz Grala
34 Greg Edwards
36 Chris Johnson
38 Mark Keesee
40 CE Falk
46 Brandon Gdovic
57 Eddie Johnson
58 Tyler Ankrum
73 Bruce Anderson
74 Ronald Hill
77 Blake Stallings
99 Peyton Sellers
1:16
Philip Morris is here to race today. (Speed51.com photo)
1:16
Today’s race is the first race of the 2014 Virginia Late Model Triple Crown Championship Series. This is the third year for the three-race series that features some of Virginia’s biggest events: The South Boston 200, the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley and the Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 at Martinsville. C.E. Falk was the 2012 champion while Peyton Sellers was the 2013 champion. Both are on the grounds today.
1:12
By our count we have 27 late model stocks in the pits. We will post a list of who we see shortly.
1:09
Today’s Schedule:

2:00 – Rotating practice for all three divisions
3:00 – Practice ends
4:00 – Grandstands open

4:30 – Qualifying

– Pure Stock (1 lap)
– Limited Sportsman (2 laps)
– Late Model (2 laps)

5:45 – 6:30 – Fan Appreciation Autograph Session
6:40 – Pre-race ceremonies

7:00 – Racing Starts

FEATURE ORDER:

– Pure Stock – 50 Laps
– Limited Sportsman – 100 Laps
– Late Model – 200 Laps
– Fireworks to follow

1:08
1:07
Today’s coverage of the Late Model Stock 200 and Limited Late Model 100 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia is presented by 51 TV’s live Pay-Per-View coverage of the Slinger Nationals from Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, WI. Speed 51 will present live Pay Per View coverage of the 35th Annual SUPERSEAL Slinger Nationals on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 from the high banked Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wisconsin. This is a must see event with a 199-lap feature featuring some of the best Super Late Model drivers including six-time Slinger Nationals winner Matt Kenseth. Order it today for the advance price of $19.99. There is a 150-mile blackout area around the track for this event. Click here to order it today.
1:07
It is a warm, muggy day as we bring you Trackside Now coverage here as part of #StarsAndStripes51, our salute to short track racing across our great country, but fans are going to come out in droves here to see some of the best late model drivers in the region duke it out in one of their signature events. And of course to take in a great fireworks show at the end of the night.

1:06
Cars in the tech line. (Speed51.com photo)
1:05
Good afternoon and welcome to South Boston Speedway, where tonight one of South Boston’s biggest nights of racing will feature 200 laps for Late Model Stocks, 100 laps for Limited Sportsman, and 50 laps for Pure Stocks.
1:03
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Trackside Now – LMSC 200 & Limited 100 – South Boston Speedway (VA) – 7/3/14