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Madison International Speedway’s next event is Friday, June 28 with the Big 8 Series, Midwest Trucks, vintage cars and a large fireworks display. Advanced discount tickets for that event is available online at www.madisoninternationalspeedway.com.
7:29
Special thanks to Schoenfeld Headers for presenting today’s coverage.
7:28
Congrats to Casey Johnson on the win.
7:28
Just got the word from Tech that everyone is clear.
7:00
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Unoffical Results

1. Casey Johnson
2. Nick Murgic
3. Rich Bickle Jr.
4.Gary LaMonte
5. Rick Corso
6. Blake Brown
7. Jamie Wallace
8. Matt Kocourek
9. Jeremy Spoonmore
10. Bobby Kendall
11. Frank Nitzke
12. Tim Lampman
13. Austin Luedtke
14. Landry Potter
15. Mikie Breiner
16. Thor Anderson
17. Dan Lensing
18. Jeff Storm
19. Robert Maynor
20. Nathan Matz
21. Steve Rubeck
22. Jeff Way
23. Kelsey Bauer
24. Bobby Wilberg
25. Kevin Eggert

6:46
Comment From Guest

Thanx Speed 51 and K.R.

6:42
Casey Johnson emerges from his car. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:41
Bickle waves to the fans. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:39
All smiles for Casey Johnson (Speed51.com Photo)
6:38
This was a close finish. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:37
Comment From noble

good run for bickle

6:37
Comment From Lenny

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

6:37
Rich Bickle went up to Casey Johnson to congratulate him and said, “Now we are even.” Last year, Johnson and Bickle battled for the National Short Track Championship win with Bickle getting the victory at Rockford Speedway.
6:37
Nick Murgic says he appreciates Matt Kocourek letting the officials know that Murgic wasn’t the cause of the accident. We are hearing that a coil wire came out of the ignition box when he came off of turn two.
6:37
This is Casey Johnson’s first Super Late Model win in three starts.
6:37
Casey Johnson and Nick Murgic talk afterwards. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:31
Victory lane (Speed51.com Photo)
6:27
We will have victory lane photos and full rundown shortly.
6:26
CHECKERS: Johnson goes up the track in three and four. Murgic goes inside. Drag race to the finish and it is Johnson with the win. Bickle third.
6:26
WHITE for Johnson.
6:25
2 to go. Murgic looks out of four. Johnson holds.
6:25
Three to go: Johnson gets the lead. Brown has engine issues. Bickle to third.
6:25
Will Johnson hold on? (Speed51.com Photo)
6:24
GREEN:
6:24
LaMonte is third and Bickle in fourth on the restart.
6:24
Field is doubled up and we have four to go. This could be good.
6:23
Comment From noble 

Come on bickle

6:23
Comment From slmracer 

lets go blakebrown71!

6:22
Report we got was that Kocourek said on the radio that his ignition turned off.
6:22
We will have four laps to go.
6:22
Kocourek was able to get his car re-fired and will re-join the field. It is appearing that Murgic will stay in second. Bickle is up to third.
6:21
Three to go: Kocourek may have lost power or something as he came off of turn two. Murgic had nowhere to go but hit his back bumper and cause Kocourek to spin. Caution is out.
6:19
4 to go: Johnson gets a good bite in three and four. has the lead. Kocourek comes back.
6:19
GREEN FLAG:Battle for the lead.
6:18
One to go with five laps to go.
6:18
Comment From Chris Rada 

go matt k.

6:18
1. Johnson
2. Kocourek
3. Murgic
4. LaMonte
5. Brown
6. Bickle
7. Luedtke
8. Corso
9. Kendall
10. Wallace
11. Spoonmore
12.Lampman
13. Potter
14. Nitzke
15. Breiner
16. Anderson

These are all of the cars on the track.

6:16
We lost our timing/scoring monitor. Try to give you a rundown.
6:16
CAUTION WITH FIVE TO GO: Thor Anderson spins coming off of turn two.
6:15
Six to go. Kocourek is within a car length. Gets loose out of two. Loses a car length.
6:15
Seven to go…Johnson’s lead is three car lengths.
6:14
Nine to go, Kocourek is trying to reel in Johnson.
6:13
Give it a few more laps and we may have a battle for the lead.
6:13
12 to go. Three car lengths separate the top two.
6:13
15 laps to go for Casey Johnson. Matt Kocourek is second with Murgic in third. It appears that Kocourek is catching Johnson.
6:11
Comment From Mason 

Go Blake!

6:11
Lap 80: Johnson, Kocourek, Murgic, LaMonte, Brown, Bickle, Luedtke, Kendall, Wallace.
6:10
Lap 75: Blake Brown is up to sixth.
6:09
GREEN FLAG: Johnson gets a good jump over Kocourek.
6:09
About to go back to green.
6:08
Dan Lensing relaxes (Speed51.com Photo)
6:08
Kocourek and Murgic talk (Speed51.com Photo)
6:07
The field is rolling. They are checking the lineup
6:06
The report from Jeff Storm. Engine issues is what took him out of today’s event.
6:05
Matt Kocourek (Speed51.com Photo)
6:02
Casey Johnson (Speed51.com Photo)
5:56
This is a busy place. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:52
Crew members head down to their cars. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:52
Unofficial rundown…

1. Casey Johnson
2. Matt Kocourek
3. Nick Murgic
4. Gary LaMonte
5. Austin Luedtke
6. Rich Bickle
7. Jamie Wallace
8. Blake Brown
9. Rick Corso
10. Bobby Kendall
11. Frank Nitzke
12. Jeremy Spoonmore
13. Tim Lampman
14. Thor Anderson
15. Dan Lensing
16. Mikie Breiner
17. Landry Potter
18. Jeff Storm
19. Robert Maynor
20. Nathan Matz
21. Steve Rubeck
22. Jeff Way
23. Kelsey Bauer
24. Bobby Wilberg
25. Kevin Eggert

5:48
Storm said he is not sure what happened over the radio.
5:47
COMPETITION YELLOW LAP 73
5:47
Lap 73: Johnson’s lead is growing to 1.067 over Kocourek.
5:46
Lap 70: Storm goes to the pits.
5:45
Lap 68: Luedtke gets fifth over Wallace. Bickle now challenging Wallace for sixth.
5:45
Lap 66: Luedtke battling Wallace for fifth. Storm is off the pace. Engine doesn’t sound good.
5:44
Lap 64: Johnson holds a 0.896 second lead.
5:43
Lap 61: Johnson, Kocourek, Murgic, LaMonte, Wallace, Luedtke, Bickle, Storm, Corso, Brown
5:43
60 laps complete.
5:43
Lap 59: Kocourek is slowly catching Johnson. Took two-tenths off the last lap.
5:41
Lap 56: Jeff Storm is coming through the field. Now up to eighth.
5:41
Lap 54: Kocourek is battling Murgic for second going into three. Easily takes the runner-up spot.
5:40
Lap 52: Johnson has a 0.766 second lead over Murgic.
5:40
Lap 50: Johnson, Murgic, Kocourek, LaMonte, Wallace, Luedtke, Bickle, Corso, Brown, Storm, Kendall.
5:39
Lap 48: Storm is back in the top ten. But gets loose in turn two. Keeps going.
5:39
Battle for the lead (Speed51.com Photo)
5:38
Lap 45: Johnson gets the lead coming off of turn two. Murgic is not letting him go.
5:38
Lap 44: Murgic and Johnson still battling for the top spot.
5:37
GREEN FLAG LAP 43: Johnson gets a run on the outside but Murgic holds on the inside. Battle for the lead.
5:37
Breiner goes around. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:36
Top Ten:
1. Murgic
2. Johnson
3. LaMonte
4. Kocourek
5. Luedtke
6. Wallace
7. Corso
8. Bickle
9. Brown
10. Lensing
5:35
Storm has returned and will join the field at the rear.
5:35
Murgic will be your new leader.
5:34
Jeff Storm has gone to the pits. We are trying to find out what happened.
5:34
Nick Murgic is reporting on his radio that his brakes are soft.
5:33
CAUTION – LAP 44: Mikie Breiner goes for a spin coming off of turn two. Also, Robert Maynor’s car sounds like it has a major miss and appears to come to a stop in turn one.
5:32
Lap 41: Johnson is starting to pressure Murgic for second.
5:32
Lap 39: Storm gets around Maynor but holds up Murgic and the other four. Storm now has a 0.811 second lead.
5:31
Lap 37: The top five is starting to approach lap traffic. First driver is Robert Maynor.
5:30
Top three (Speed51.com Photo)
5:30
Lap 32: Storm, Murgic, Johnson, LaMonte, Kocourek, Wallace, Luedtke, Corso, Lensing, Bickle, Kendall, Brown, Anderson, Lampman.
5:29
Lap 29: It appears the field has settled down and we working off the laps.
5:28
Lap 27: There is about a 1.4 second gap from Kocourek in fifth to Wallace in sixth. Top five is keeping about a car length in between each other.
5:27
Lap 23: Top nine is running single file. Rich Bickle is up to tenth after passing Bobby Kendall.
5:26
Top two (Speed51.com Photo)
5:26
Lap 20: Storm, Murgic, Johnson, LaMonte, Kocourek, Wallace, Luedtke, Lensing, Corso, Potter.
5:24
Lap 17: Matt Kocourek and Casey Johnson are two cars on the move early in this one.
5:24
Lap 15: Storm, Murgic, Johnson, LaMonte, Kocourek, Wallace, Luedtke
5:23
Lap 14: Murgic up to second. Johnson battling LaMonte for third.
5:23
Lap 12: Murgic on the inside of LaMonte for second.
5:22
Lap 10: Three car battle for the lead with Storm, LaMonte, and Murgic. Johnson up to fourth.
5:22
Lap 9: Casey Johnson is challenging Wallace for fourth on the outside.
5:22
GREEN FLAG: Storm gets the lead on the outside this time. LaMonte sticks with him.
5:21
Bauer just came back on the track and went right back to the pits.
5:21
Damage to Bauer (Speed51.com Photo)
5:20
LaMonte decides to take the inside line on this restart.
5:19
Top Ten after seven laps.
1. LaMonte
2. Storm
3. Murgic
4. Wallace
5. Lensing
6. Johnson
7. Luedtke
8. Kocourek
9. Potter
10. Anderson
5:19
No…not today.
5:18
Comment From jrc12racing 

are there any drivers there from North Carolina?

5:18
Lensing (19) and Murgic (12) battle. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:17
CAUTION LAP 8: Kelsey Bauer has serious front end damage. It appears someone jumped over the front piece of her car.
5:16
Lap 7: LaMonte still on the outside and leads.
5:16
GREEN FLAG: Storm hangs with LaMonte off of turn two. Battle for the lead.
5:15
Field is doubled up. One to go to green.
5:15
The Wilberg crew thinks he lost a belt.
5:14
Top ten: LaMonte, Storm, Murgic, Wallace, Lensing, Luedtke, Johnson, Bickle, Kocourek, Anderson.
5:13
Wilberg gets a push from the tow truck back to the pits. Showing five laps to complete.
5:12
CAUTION LAP 6: Wilberg is off the pace and comes to stop in turn four.
5:12
Lap 5: Jamie Wallace is up to sixth with Austin Luedtke in seventh. Murgic gets third over Lensing.
5:11
Lap 3: Battle for third between Murgic on the inside of Lensing.
5:11
GREEN FLAG: Once again, LaMonte gets the lead over Storm.
5:10
Officials have gone back to the last fully completed lap which is lap one. We have 98 to go. One to go at the line.
5:06
Comment From noble 

Go Richie Bickle 45!!!!

5:05
CAUTION – LAP 3: Way goes around in turn four.
5:05
GREEN FLAG: LaMonte gets another good run and has the lead over Storm.
5:05
LaMonte chose the outside for the restart.
5:04
(Speed51.com Photo)
5:04
(Speed51.com Photo)
5:04
Eggert gets into Brown. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:03
Eggert appears to be the only car off the track from the incident.
5:01
Top ten: LaMonte, Storm, Lensing, Murgic, Bickle, Wallace, Anderson, Wilberg, Luedtke, Bauer.
5:01
One lap is completed.
5:00
Some damage on Eggert’s car. Little damage on Way. Everyone was able to drive away.
5:00
Lap 2: CAUTION – Blake Brown goes for a spin in turn two. Kevin Eggert, Bobby Kendall, Jeff Way and Jeremy Spoonmore also involved.
4:59
GREEN FLAG: LaMonte gets a good run on the outside and takes the lead over Storm.
4:58
Pace car is off.
4:58
Field is given one to go.
4:56
Engines have been fired and we are ready to go racing for 99 laps. Remember there will be a ten-minute break sometime between lap 60-75.
4:55
Front row. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:55
Comment From Dean

Go Get’em Jamie Wallace

4:55
Bobby Wilberg and Jamie Wallace race. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:53
Comment From Dave Brower 

GO Stormy!!!!!

4:53
The field has been introduced. We will be firing the engines shortly.
4:41
The starting field is out for the Dick Trickle Memorial 99. We will have introductions and be underway shortly.
4:41
Aaron Moyer gives his dad, Tony, a special Father’s Day gift. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:40
Aaron Moyer (left) and Cory Talaska (right) shake hands. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:38
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Lineup
1. Jeff Storm
2. Gary LaMonte
3. Dan Lensing
4. Rich Bickle Jr.
5. Nick Murgic
6. Thor Anderson
7. Jamie Wallace
8. Blake Brown
9. Bobby Wilberg
10. Kevin Eggert
11. Kelsey Bauer
12. Austin Luedtke
13. Bobby Kendall
14. Casey Johnson
15. Rick Corso
16. Matt Kocourek
17. Landry Potter
18. Frank Nitzke
19. Nathan Matz
20. Steve Rubeck
21. Jeremy Spoonmore
22. Mikie Breiner
23. Jeff Way
24. Tim Lampman
25. Robert Maynor
4:37
Schoenfeld Headers located in Van Buren, AR is proud to present today’sSpeed51.com Trackside Now coverage. Founded in 1974, Schoenfeld Headers is the largest circle track header manufacturer in the world. They listen to their customers, understanding their needs and giving a quality product at a fair price. Please call 479-474-7529 or visit www.schoenfeldheaders.com.
4:36
Aaron Moyer is interviewed in victory lane by John Wells. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:34
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Moyer on the win

4:32
Safety crew comes to Talaska. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:32
CHECKERED: Moyer wins with Talaska second. Talaska hits the inside wall after the finish.
4:31
WHITE: Moyer leads. Talaska not letting go.
4:31
2 to go…still side-by-side.
4:30
4 to go. Moyer on the inside of Talaska for the lead.
4:30
Five laps to go. Moyer has caught Talaska.
4:29
8 laps to go. Cory Talaska leads while Moyer is chasing him down.
4:28
11 laps to go in the Legends feature.
4:28
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 field is lining up in the pits.(Speed51.com Photo)
4:26
Legends are flying around the quarter-mile. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:25
Caution flies with ten to go as Shelby Berlin goes up in smoke.
4:25
12 to go: Talaska and Moyer are putting on a battle for the lead. Moyer goes to the inside for the lead.
4:24
14 laps to go. Cory Talaska goes from third to first in a slick move going into turn one.
4:23
Ten laps in. Great three car battle for the lead between Aaron Moyer, Tommy Jones and Cory Talaska. Moyer has the lead. Caution comes out as Johnny Kringas makes contact with the inside wall.
4:20
Five laps completed. Tommy Jones gets around Matt O’Leary and takes the lead.
4:19
One lap is completed in the Legends feature. Caution flew on lap two as Johnny Kringas went around on the frontstretch.
4:18
Chester Ace with the hardware. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:17
Chester Ace emerges from his truck. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:14
This was Chester’s first win in the Midwest Trucks. Jerry Wood shared a Trickle story to the fans about how he would trade tires for Trickle for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.
4:13
The Legends feature will be up next then the Dick Trickle Memorial 99.
4:08
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Ace on the win

4:08
No…just similar name. 🙂
4:08
Comment From Brandon 

Is that Jimmie Johnson crew chief in the 67 truck?

4:08
Ace gets the win. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:07
Chester Ace with the winning move. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:07
Jerry Wood (73) finishes second. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:06
CHECKERED: Chester Ace gets the win with Jerry Wood in second and Chad Wood in third.
4. Andy Jones
5. Camden Murphy
6. Chad Knaus
7. John Wood
8. Jacob Van Wazer
9. Jerry Suderland
10. Natalie Decker
4:05
WHITE: Ace has a big lead.
4:05
Two laps to go. Jerry on the outside of Chad for second.
4:05
3 to go. Knaus is on the tailgate of Murphy for firth. Jerry Wood is chasing down his son Chad for second.
4:04
4 to go for Chester Ace. He is looking for his first truck win.
4:04
5 to go: Ace now has a 1.519 second lead. Jerry Wood is looking to chase down Jones for third.
4:03
7 to go: Ace, Chad Wood, Jones, Jerry Wood, Murphy, Knaus, Van Wazer, John Wood, Suderland, Decker.
4:03
8 to go: Ace gains on his lead over Chad Wood.
4:03
9 to go: Ace has a 0.801 lead over Chad Wood. Jerry Wood looking on the inside of Murphy for fourth.
4:02
10 to go: Ace, Chad Wood, Jones, Murphy, Jerry Wood
4:02
Lap 13: Ace takes the lead back from Jones. Chad Wood gets around Jones and goes to second.
4:01
Lap 12: Ace gets back on the inside of Jones and the battle for the lead is on. Chad Wood sits in third.
4:01
15 laps to go.
4:01
GREEN: Chester Ace is the new leader as they get the green. But Andy Jones, who restarted on the outside, gets the lead off of turn two.
3:59
Knaus on John Wood’s tailgate. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:58
CAUTION Lap 10: Knaus gives John Wood the chrome horn off of turn two. Wood then appears to come down and shut the door on Knaus going down the backstretch. Knaus gets loose and spins going into turn three. Both Knaus and Wood will go to the rear.
3:57
Lap 9: Knaus goes to second and is on John Wood’s tailgate.
3:56
Lap 8: Knaus goes to the outside of Ace and barely has second.
3:56
Lap 7: Ace looks to the inside of John Wood for the lead. Wood shuts the door going into one.
3:55
Lap 5: Top six is single file. John Wood, Ace, Knaus, Jones, Chad Wood, Murphy.
3:55
Lap 4: Ace is within a truck length of John Wood for the lead.
3:54
Lap 3: Chester Ace is on the outside of Jones and takes over second. Knaus is following Ace to third.
3:54
GREEN: John Wood gets the holeshot on the outside and takes the lead out of two.
3:53
We were just told that the Truck feature will be 25 laps.
3:52
Truck Feature Lineup (30 Laps)
1. Andy Jones
2. John Wood
3. Camden Murphy
4. Chester Ace
5. Chad Wood
6. Chad Knaus
7. Jerry Wood
8. Jacob Van Wazer
9. Natalie Decker
10. Jerry Suderland
3:52
Trucks are about to head out.(Speed51.com Photo)
3:51
Natalie Decker is ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:47
In the Dick Trickle Memorial 99. There will be a 10-minute break sometime between lap 60-75 where crews will be able to make adjustments and add fuel.
3:39
Truck Feature Lineup (30 Laps)
1. Andy Jones
2. John Wood
3. Camden Murphy
4. Chester Ace
5. Chad Wood
6. Chad Knaus
7. Jerry Wood
8. Jacob Van Wazer
9. Natalie Decker
10. Jerry Suderland
3:37
Feature orders will be Midwest Trucks, Legends, and the Dick Trickle Memorial 99.
3:36
Schoenfeld Headers located in Van Buren, AR is proud to present today’sSpeed51.com Trackside Now coverage. Founded in 1974, Schoenfeld Headers is the largest circle track header manufacturer in the world. They listen to their customers, understanding their needs and giving a quality product at a fair price. Please call 479-474-7529 or visit www.schoenfeldheaders.com.
3:35
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Lineup
1. Jeff Storm
2. Gary LaMonte
3. Dan Lensing
4. Rich Bickle Jr.
5. Nick Murgic
6. Thor Anderson
7. Jamie Wallace
8. Blake Brown
9. Bobby Wilberg
10. Kevin Eggert
11. Kelsey Bauer
12. Austin Luedtke
13. Bobby Kendall
14. Casey Johnson
15. Rick Corso
16. Matt Kocourek
17. Landry Potter
18. Frank Nitzke
19. Nathan Matz
20. Steve Rubeck
21. Jeremy Spoonmore
22. Mikie Breiner
23. Jeff Way
24. Tim Lampman
25. Robert Maynor
3:32
The Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 has become one of the top ARCA CRA Super Series events each year. Last year, Ross Kenseth took home his first win on the tough high-banked quarter-mile oval. Last month, TJ Reaid won the ARCA CRA Super Series event at Anderson Speedway and would like to have a Redbud 300 trophy. There will be two nights of racing with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and CRA Late Model Sportsman Series competing on Friday, July 19. The Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 takes place on Saturday, July 20. More information can be found atwww.andersonspeedway.com.
3:31
Storm gets the heat win. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:30
Damage to Nick Murgic’s nose. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:28
Jeff Storm will start on the pole for the Dick Trickle Memorial 99. He is looking to get the broom out today.
3:27
CHECKERED: Storm wins with Lensing in second. Murgic in third.
4. Wallace
5. Wilberg
6. Bauer
7. Kendall
8. Corso
3:27
WHITE: Wallace gets loose in three battling for second.
3:26
Lap 10: Storm, Lensing, Murgic, Wallace, Wilberg.
3:26
Lap 9: Murgic challenges Lensing for second. Lensing holds. Storm pulls away.
3:26
GREEN: Storm gets a good run on the outside and takes the lead.
3:25
Winner will start on the pole for the feature.
3:25
Field chooses a lane for the restart. Storm is on the outside of Lensing for the restart.
3:24
Four laps to go, stil under caution.
3:24
CAUTION: It appears that Kendall’s car shut off in turns one and two. Murgic had nowhere to go, which cause Kendall to spin. Kendall is getting a push back to the pits. Murgic has front end damage.
3:23
Lap 7: Wilberg gets the inside line off of turn two and goes by Lensing for the lead. Behind him, Murgic gets in the back bumper of Kendall and he spins to the infield.
3:22
Lap 6: Wilberg gets to the back bumper of Lensing. Storm is right there with the top two.
3:22
Lap 4: Wilberg goes inside of Kendall going into three and takes over second. Storm follows.
3:22
Lap 3: Top four breakaway. Murgic battles with Bauer for fifth.
3:21
Lap 2: Lensing leads with Kendall going to second and Wilberg in third. Storm up to fourth.
3:21
GREEN: Better start for Bauer but Lensing gets a jump off of two and takes the lead.
3:20
Corso in the wall while Wallace spins. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:18
This will be a complete restart.
3:18
Corso goes to the pits. He will start no worse than 15th in the feature event.
3:17
GREEN: Lensing gets the lead off of two. Rick Corso goes for a spin in turn three and tags the wall. Wallace also spins. Caution is out.
3:16
Lineup for second SLM Qualifier Race
1. Kelsey Bauer
2. Dan Lensing
3. Rick Corso
4. Bobby Kendall
5. Jamie Wallace
6. Bobby Wilberg
7. Nick Murgic
8. Jeff Storm
3:15
The ARCA Glass City Gold Cup Late Model Series will pay tribute to one of their heroes on Saturday, June 22 with the running of the Joy Fair Memorial 100 at Flat Rock Speedway in Flat Rock, MI. Joy Fair passed away in December 2011 and the first memorial was held in 2012 with Harold Fair, Jr. taking the win. More information can be found at www.flatrockspeedway.com.
3:15
CHECKERED: LaMonte wins with Bickle in second. Anderson in third.
4. Brown
5. Eggert
6. Luedtke
7. Johnson
8. Kocourek
3:14
WHITE FLAG: LaMonte is the new leader.
3:14
Lap 10: LaMonte on the inside of Bickle going into one.
3:13
Lap 9: LaMonte on Bickle’s bumper.
3:13
Lap 8: Anderson gets by Brown. LaMonte jumps on a chance and gets by both of them. He is chasing Bickle down.
3:13
Lap 6: LaMonte is behind Brown and Anderson waiting to see who makes a move. Behind them Kocourek spins in four. Keeps moving we are still green.
3:12
Lap 5: Battle is still fo second between Brown and Anderson. Bickle has a 0.808 second lead.
3:11
Lap 3: Anderson gets back alongside Brown. Battle is on for second with LaMonte joining them.
3:11
Lap 2: Bickle leads with Brown challenging Anderson for second. Gets by him on the outside going into one.
3:11
GREEN FLAG: Bickle gets the jump on the outside.
3:10
1. Thor Anderson
2. Rich Bickle Jr.
3. Kevin Eggert
4. Blake Brown
5. Matt Kocourek
6. Gary LaMonte
7. Casey Johnson
8. Austin Luedtke
3:09
Even Super Late Model Heat Lineup (12 laps). Where they finish is where they start for the Dick Trickle Memorial 99.
3:08
Tommy Jones wins the second Legend heat. Chris Lishamer barely beats Cory Talaska for second. Margin between second and third, 0.046.
3:07
The Flip Merwin Memorial is an event in honor of longtime friend of the Wimmer family and a champion snowmobile racer who lost his life in a tragic racing accident. This will also be the first event of SPS’s Auto Select Triple X Challenge Series, where a driver has the opportunity to take home an additional $15,000 if they win the Flip Merwin Memorial, Larry Detjens Memorial and the Lodi Memorial events this season. You can learn more at www.stateparkspeedway.com.
3:07
Camden Murphy is smiling after his truck heat win.(Speed51.com Photo)
3:07
Legends Heat One Results
1. Matt O’Leary
2. Bryce Bailey
3. Jeff Lechnir
4. Cullen Camasta
5. Austin Kunert
6. Kyle Vergata
7. Shelby Berlin
8. Matt Berlin
9. Jordan Wendt
3:05
Matt O’Leary got around Bryce Bailey with three laps to go to win the first Legends heat.
3:03
Legends heats are out now.
3:02
The legends are heading out. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:00
Landry Potter wins the qualifier heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:00
Jerry Wood takes the checkers in the second Truck heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:59
The Stars of the Southern Super Series will have another Gulf Coast Weekend on Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22. The first event will take place on Friday, June 21 at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, FL for the running of the SSS 125 Presented by Penske Shocks. Then they will make the one-hour drive west to Mobile International Speedway on Saturday, June 22 for another 125-lap event around the high-banked half-mile oval. You can learn more at www.southernsuperseries.com.
2:58
CHECKERED: Potter wins with Nitzke in second and Matz in third.
4. Rubeck
5. Spoonmore
6. Breiner
7. Way
8. Lampman
9. Maynor
2:57
WHITE FLAG: Potter has a .840 second lead over Nitzke.
2:57
Popsiscle sticks are out. Two to go for Potter.
2:57
LAP 8: Potter pulls away from Nitzke while Matz is battling Nitzke for second and Rubeck has caught Matz’s rear bumper.
2:56
Lap 7: Potter is all over the back bumper of Nitzke. Goes inside of Nitzke going into three. NEW LEADER.
2:56
Lap 5: Potter closing in on Nitzke for the lead. Rubeck gets around Spoonmore for fourth.
2:55
Lap 4: Spoonmore is up to fourth with Rubeck in fifth.
2:55
Lap 2: Frank Nitzke has the lead with Potter in second and Matz in third.
2:54
12 – Lap Positioning race for spots 17-25 in the feature.

1. Nathan Matz
2. Frank Nitzke
3. Tim Lampman
4. Landry Potter
5. Steve Rubeck
6. Jeremy Spoonmore
7. Jeff Way
8. Mikie Breiner
9. Robert Maynor

2:53
The Trucks will be back later with a 30-lap feature.
2:53
Jerry Wood wins the second Midwest Truck heat with Chester Ace in second and John Wood in third. Chad Knaus was fourth and Natalie Decker was fifth.
2:50
Murphy takes the win. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:49
Second Midwest Truck Heat
1. Natalie Decker
2. Jerry Wood
3. John Wood
4. Chester Ace
5. Chad Knaus
2:48
The next big Pro Late Model event on the schedule at historic Montgomery Motor Speedway in Alabama comes on Saturday, July 13 with the Four Star Freightliner 100. Be there when the Southeast’s top Pro Late Model talents battle on the Montgomery half-mile for a special mid-Summer classic. For more details on the Four Star Freightliner 100, visit www.montgomerymotorspeedway.com
2:48
Truck action at Madison. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:48
Camden Murphy holds off Chad Wood for the win. Van Wazer third, Jones fourth and Suderland fifth.
2:45
The first Midwest Truck heat is on the track. 8- laps

1. Jerry Suderland
2. Jacob Van Wazer
3. Andy Jones
4. Camden Murphy
5. Chad Wood

2:43
The opening ceremonies have concluded, we will go racing shortly.
2:43
The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association. More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400. Visit ‪www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com‬ for more.
2:42
The crowd is ready to go racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:36
We would like to wish a Happy Father’s Day to all dads watching our coverage today!
2:35
We will start out with two 8-lap Midwest Truck heats then the 12-lap Super Late Model Qualifier race. Then the Legends will be out with two 8-lap heats then the odd/even fast qualifier heats, 12-laps each.
2:32
Terry Kunes, owner of MIS and Dave Grueneberg, GM (Speed51.com Photo)
2:25
Kyle “Rowdy” Busch will be entering the second leg of the PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière in Vallee-Jonction Quebec on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013. This race will be the second race of the prestigious PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at the famed high-banked quarter-mile. Busch will be participating in the event, which will undoubtedly be the biggest short track event in the history of the province of Québec, in his #51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Super-Late Model Camry.

For more details, visit www.autodromechaudiere.com

2:23
Drivers meeting is underway. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:16
All 25 will be starting. Top 16 are in and will have odd/even 12-lap dashes to determine their starting spots. The rest will be in a 12-lap qualifier race.
2:15
Comment From joey 

are they planing on having a last chance race or starting all 25?

2:15
Jeff Storm is all smiles as today’s fast qualifier. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:15
The second annual Coors Light Summer Showdown will take place on June 27-29 at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, WA. Last year, over 42 teams from several Western States and Canada competed in the inaugural event. The winner’s share has risen to $12,000 to win with $1,000 to star the 34-car 200-lap event for the Super Late Models. The total purse over the three days of racing is over $80,000. Along with the Super Late Models, the Street Stocks, Mini-Stocks and Pro Four Alliance Series will also be in action.Tickets are on sale now by visiting www.evergreenspeedway.com or calling 360-805-6117.
2:09
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Qualifying Results

1 25 Jeff Storm 17.614
2 6 Austin Luedtke 17.621
3 12 Nick Murgic 17.643
4 5 Casey Johnson 17.652
5 28 Bobby Wilberg 17.668
6 63 Gary LaMonte 17.678
7 87 Jamie Wallace 17.702
8 43 Matt Kocourek 17.705
9 11 Bobby Kendall 17.716
10 71 Blake Brown 17.750
11 88 Rick Corso 17.830
12 98 Kevin Eggert 17.873
13 19 Dan Lensing 17.895
14 45 Rich Bickle Jr. 17.925
15 7 Kelsey Bauer 17.935
16 4 Thor Anderson 17.938
17 57 Landry Potter 17.953
18 9 Tim Lampman 18.040
19 18 Frank Nitzke 18.047
20 82 Nathan Matz 18.051
21 61 Steve Rubeck 18.066
22 22 Jeremy Spoonmore 18.160
23 68 Jeff Way 18.168
24 13 Mikie Breiner 18.254
25 18 Robert Maynor 18.285

2:07
Jeff Storm is today’s fast qualifier. We will post the full rundown shortly.
2:07
13 – Mikie Breiner
Lap 1: 18.344
Lap 2: 18.254
Best: 18.254
2:06
12 – Nick Murgic
Lap 1: 17.643
Lap 2: 17.876
Best: 17.643
2:05
11 – Bobby Kendall
Lap 1: 17.802
Lap 2: 17.716
Best: 17.716
2:04
98 – Kevin Eggert
Lap 1: 18.044
Lap 2: 17.873
Best: 17.873
2:03
9 – Tim Lampman
Lap 1: 18.073
Lap 2: 18.040
Best: 18.040
2:02
Casey Johnson is currently third quick. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:01
7 – Kelsey Bauer
Lap 1: 18.093
Lap 2: 17.935
Best: 17.935
2:00
6 – Austin Luedtke
Lap 1: 17.762
Lap 2: 17.621
Best: 17.621
Second Quick
1:59
87 – Jamie Wallace
Lap 1: 17.844
Lap 2: 17.702
Best: 17.702
1:58
71 – Blake Brown
Lap 1: 17.816
Lap 2: 17.750
Best: 17.750
1:57
5 – Casey Johnson
Lap 1: 17.770
Lap 2: 17.652
Best: 17.652
Second Best
1:56
68 – Jeff Way
Lap 1: 18.321
Lap 2: 18.168
Best: 18.168
1:55
Rich Bickle Jr. takes his qualifying lap. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:55
4 – Thor Anderson
Lap 1: 18.015
Lap 2: 17.938
Best: 17.938
1:53
We have a little pause in qualifying as many are still going through qualifying tech.
1:53
Jeff Storm is still the fastest with 13 cars qualified. Bobby Wilberg is second with Gary LaMonte in third. Matt Kocourek is fourth and Rick Corso is fifth so far.
1:52
Matt Kenseth, David Ragan, Kenny Wallace, Joe & John Hunter Nemechek and more will join ARCA Midwest Tour regulars Jonathan Eilen, Nathan Haseleu, Dan Fredrickson, and others in a 150-lap Super Late Model event on the historic Milwaukee Mile to benefit the MACC Fund on July 8-9. Last year, Travis Sauter held off Chase Elliott to win the Howie Lettow Memorial 150 event.

There will be a special pre-race party on Monday, July 8 featuring music from 38 Special. Tickets are on sale now at www.arcafest.com.

1:52
The 68 of Jeff Way came on track to qualify but his transponder is not working.
1:51
88 – Rick Corso
Lap 1: 17.857
Lap 2: 17.830
Best: 17.830
1:49
82 – Nathan Matz
Lap 1: 18.388
Lap 2: 18.051
Best: 18.051
1:48
63 – Gary LaMonte
Lap 1: 17.851
Lap 2: 17.678
Best: 17.678
1:47
61 – Steve Rubeck
Lap 1: 18.095
Lap 2: 18.066
Best: 18.066
1:46
57 – Landry Potter
Lap 1: 17.953
Lap 2: 18.261
Best: 17.953
1:45
45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
Lap 1: 17.989
Lap 2: 17.925
Best: 17.925
1:45
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1:44
43 – Matt Kocourek
Lap 1: 17.705
Lap 2: 17.896
Best: 17.705
1:43
28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1: 17.690
Lap 2: 17.668
Best: 17.668
1:42
25 – Jeff Storm
Lap 1: 17.679
Lap 2: 17.614
Best: 17.614
FAST TIME
1:42
One of the most prestigious Super Late Model events in the country celebrates its 30th running in 2013. It’s the World Crown 300 at Jefferson, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park. The World Crown winners’ list reads like a who’s-who in short track racing and drivers from throughout the country will try to etch their name into World Crown history on July 4 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visitwww.racegmp.com
1:41
22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
Lap 1: 18.234
Lap 2: 18.160
Best: 18.160
1:40
19 – Dan Lensing
Lap 1: 17.895
Lap 2: 17.977
Best: 17.895
1:39
18 – Frank Nitzke
Lap 1: 18.285
Lap 2: 18.047
Best: 18.047
1:38
18 – Robert Maynor
Lap 1: 18.431
Lap 2: 18.285
Best: 18.285
1:37
Comment From lumpy 

Want to give a shout out to Tom Jones. The Zero Hero who has two of his sons out racing today.

1:36
Super Late Model Qualifying is underway.
1:36
Just got word from the track officials that Jimmy Dragich is a scratch for today.
1:36
Steve Rubeck standing by. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:36
Bobby Wilberg is waiting to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:34
Midwest Truck Tour Qualifying Results

1 67 Chad Knaus 18.743
2 2 Chad Wood 18.836
3 3 Chester Ace 18.896
4 85 Camden Murphy 18.900
5 72 John Wood 19.022
6 11 Andy Jones 19.101
7 73 Jerry Wood 19.224
8 88 Jacob Van Wazer 19.486
9 4 Natalie Decker 19.622
10 21 Jerry Sutherland 19.657

1:33
11 – Andy Jones
Lap 1: 19.285
Lap 2: 19.101
Best: 19.101
1:33
04 – Natalie Decker
Lap 1: 19.665
Lap 2: 19.622
Best: 19.622
1:32
3 – Chester Ace
Lap 1: 19.037
Lap 2: 18.896
Best: 18.896
1:31
2 – Chad Wood
Lap 1: 19.222
Lap 2: 18.836
Best: 18.836
1:30
88 – Jacob Van Wazer
Lap 1: 19.629
Lap 2: 19.486
Best: 19.486
1:30
85 – Camden Murphy
Lap 1: 19.063
Lap 2: 18.900
Best: 18.900
1:29
73 – John Wood
Lap 1: 19.249
Lap 2: 19.224
Best: 19.224
1:28
72 – John Wood
Lap 1: 19.240
Lap 2: 19.022
Best: 19.022
1:27
67 – Chad Knaus
Lap 1: 19.015
Lap 2: 18.743
Best: 18.743
1:26
21 – Jerry Sutherland
Lap 1: 19.741
Lap 2: 19.657
Best: 19.657
1:26
Midwest Truck Tour Qualifying is underway
1:25
Legends Qualifying Results (Top 5)

1. Cory Talaska 14.046
2. Aaron Moyer 14.054
3. Andy Jones 14.172
4. Chris Lishamer 14.213
5. Kevin Griffin 14.283

1:24
Cory Talaska, who set the first lap in qualifying is today’s fast qualifier for the Legends with a time of 14.046.
1:23
11 – Andy Jones
Best: 14.172
1:23
10 – Johnny Kringas
Best: 14. 373
1:22
5 – Kevin Griffin
Best: 14.283
1:21
0 – Tommy Jones
Best: 14.405
1:21
140 – Aaron Moyer
Best: 14.054
1:20
98 – Chris Lishamer
Best: 14.213
1:19
67 – Todd Schmitz
Best: 14.426
1:19
55 – Kyle Vergata
Best: 14.698
1:18
52 – Matt O’Leary
Best: 14.515
1:18
51 – Bryce Bailey
Best: 14.737
1:17
50 – Jeff Lechnir
Best: 14.983
1:16
49 – Tim Narr
Best: 14.509
1:16
29 – Austin Kunert
Best Time: 14.628
1:16
24 – Shelby Berlin
Best: 15.013
1:14
20 – Cullen Camasta
Best: 14.786
1:14
17 – Jordan Wendt
Best: 14.973
1:13
16 – Matt Berlin
Best Time: 15.628
1:13
16 – Cory Talaska
Best Lap: 14.046
1:12
The Legends are out to qualify.

1:02
We are about 15 minutes away from qualifying.
1:01
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12:59
Madison International Speedway was a successful track for Dick Trickle. He was the track champion when the track was named Capital Super Speedway in 1971, 72. He also has the most feature wins at this track with 72.
12:49
Just received a corrected schedule…
1:15 PM Qualifying
Legends (2 Laps)
Midwest Trucks (2 Laps)
Super Late Models (2 Laps)
2:15 PM Opening Ceremonies

2:30 PM Racing
Midwest Truck Heats (8 Laps)
Super Late Model Odd / Even Qualifiers (12 Laps)
Legends Heats (8 Laps)
Super Late Model Odd / Even Dashes (12 Laps)
Intermission
Super Late Model Last Chance (15 Laps) if necessary
Midwest Truck Feature (30 Laps)
Legends Feature (25 Laps)
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Laps (Ten minute break between lap 60-75)

12:47
Qualifying is scheduled to begin at 1:30pm with racing at 2:30pm today.
12:46
We would like to wish everyone a Happy Father’s Day!
12:43
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12:43
Steve Rubeck is always one to watch here at Madison. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:42
Tim Lampman is the son of ASA great Dennis Lampman. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:42
Top Five so far…

1. Gary LaMonte 17.799
2. Blake Brown 17.990
3. Bobby Wilberg 18.073
4. Thor Anderson 18.082
5. Nick Murgic 18.093

12:40
Gary LaMonte just went to the top with a time of 17.801.
12:40
Blake Brown is the fastest so far this session. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:39
Blake Brown is at the top of the board so far this session with a time of 17.990.
12:33
Super Lates are out for their final session.
12:33
Cory Talaska led the last practice session for the Legends with a fast time of 13.908. Aaron Moyer was second with a time of 13.909. Pretty close.
12:26
Legends are out practicing on the quarter-mile now.
12:26
One of the most prestigious Super Late Model events in the country celebrates its 30th running in 2013. It’s the World Crown 300 at Jefferson, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park. The World Crown winners’ list reads like a who’s-who in short track racing and drivers from throughout the country will try to etch their name into World Crown history on July 4 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visitwww.racegmp.com
12:25
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Second Practice Results

1. 5 – Casey Johnson 17.851
2. 71 – Blake Brown 17.929
3. 88 – Rick Corso 17.936
4. 87 – Jamie Wallace 17.997
5. 28 – Bobby Wilberg 18.063
6. 25 – Jeff Storm 18.065
7. 12 – Nick Murgic 18.078
8. 7 – Kelsey Bauer 18.119
9. 57 – Landry Potter 18.124
10. 63 – Gary LaMonte 18.195
11. 4 – Thor Anderson 18.200
12. 43 – Matt Kocourek 18.246
13. 6 – Austin Luedtke 18.258
14. 11 – Bobby Kendall 18.263
15. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr. 18.285
16. 68 – Jeff Way 18.329
17. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore 18.385
18. 98 – Kevin Eggert 18.390
19. 61 – Steve Rubeck 18.425
20. 82 – Nathan Matz 18.537
21. 19 – Dan Lensing 18.599
22. 18 – Robert Maynor 18.601
23. 13 – Mikie Breiner 18.850
24. 71 – Jimmy Dragich 19.222
25. 18 – Frank Nitzke No Time

12:20
Comment From Dean Bentley 

Good Luck Jamie Wallace

12:20
We now have 25 Super Lates as Frank Nitzke is here.
12:18
The Super Lates have ended their second of three sessions. The Trucks are out for their final.
12:17
It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash! The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands. For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visitwww.kalamazoospeedway.com.
12:16
Austin Luedtke is currently 13th quick. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:16
Kelsey Bauer is currently 8th quick. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:16
Casey Johnson is still at the top of the standings for this session. Blake Brown is up to second with a time of 17.929 and Rick Corso is third with a time of 17.936.
12:15
Fans are saluting Dick Trickle today. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:14
No…neither of them are here today.
12:14
Comment From festers inc 

hasseleu and miller not racing today ?

12:05
Casey Johnson is currently at the top of the leaderboard with a time of 17.851.
12:04
Casey Johnson (Speed51.com Photo)
12:04
Matt Kocourek (Speed51.com Photo)
12:02
The Super Lates are now out for another practice session.
12:01
Legends have just completed their first practice session. Aaron Moyer was the fastest on the quarter-mile with a time of 14.147.
12:00
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12:00
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11:58
Dick Trickle Memorial 99 Practice Results

1. 28 – Bobby Wilberg 17.957
2. 88 – Rick Corso 17.996
3. 71 – Blake Brown 18.006
4. 25 – Jeff Storm 18.035
5. 87 – Jamie Wallace 18.048
6. 12 – Nick Murgic 18.111
7. 57 – Landry Potter 18.165
8. 4 – Thor Anderson 18.167
9. 43 – Matt Kocourek 18.187
10. 6 – Austin Luedtke 18.233
11. 63 – Gary LaMonte 18.267
12. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr. 18.269
13. 7 – Kelsey Bauer 18.292
14. 11 – Bobby Kendall 18.314
15. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore 18.390
16. 68 – Jeff Way 18.392
17. 5 – Casey Johnson 18.447
18. 9 – Tim Lampman 18.468
19. 19 – Dan Lensing 18.501
20. 61 – Steve Rubeck 18.516
21. 18 – Robert Maynor 18.544
22. 82 – Nathan Matz 18.558
23. 13 – Mikie Breiner 18.968
24. 71 – Jimmy Dragich 19.206

11:53
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11:53
Truck practice is complete with John Wood posting the fastest lap with a time of 19.024.
11:47
The Midwest Truck Tour is now on track for their practice session.
11:46
Bobby Wilberg is still at the top of the leaderboard in practice with his time of 17.957. Rick Corso has jumped up to to second with a time of 17.996. Jeff Storm is third with a time of 18.069 and Blake Brown is fourth with a time of 18.006.
11:45
Dan Lensing (19) and Gary LaMonte (63) (Speed51.com Photo)
11:43
Bobby Wilberg is the fastest so far in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:37
Practice is underway here at Madison. So far Bobby Wilber has the fastest lap with a time of 17.957 seconds. Nick Murgic is second with a time of 18.119. Landry Potter is third with a time of 18.165. Thor Anderson is fourth with a time of 18.167 and Matt Kocourek is fifth with a time of 18.187.
11:29
Comment From [email protected] 

Thank you so much Speed51 for covering this race on Fathers Day! You guys rock!

11:29
One of the notables missing today is Travis Sauter. He had an engine issue last weekend when he was leading the ARCA Midwest Tour event. Sauter’s engine is getting fixed in time for the Howie Lettow Memorial on July 9 at the Milwaukee Mile.
11:27
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11:13
Practice starts at 11:30am
11:12
Latest word from officials is that there are 23 late models on hand today. Hope to get a list shortly.
11:11
Comment From Lumpy

Good luck to all! Looks like Speed 51 will be my choice for the race today!

11:04
Comment From Dede

Thanks. Good Luck Blake Brown!

11:04
Comment From Jim Swan

Thanks Speed 51 for working on Fathers Day. You guys are great!

11:03
Nick Murgic made the trip from Minnesota today. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:55
John Wood and Austin Luedtke share racing stories. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:45
Blake Brown has a message for all fathers. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:44
We are waiting for a list. Unconfirmed for now, but we are hearing 27 Late Models.
10:43
Comment From Dede

Is there a race line up for the super late models?

10:43
Comment From Lenny

Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

10:43
Comment From Guest

Good Luck Murgic Racing Team!

10:39
The pits are busy. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:21
Dick Trickle has the most feature wins at Madison with 72.
10:08
The pits have just opened here at MIS and teams are setting up their pits for today’s activities.
10:08
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10:07
Good morning from Wisconsin’s Fastest Half-Mile oval, Madison International Speedway. Today it is the first round of their Triple Crown Challenge Series, the Dick Trickle Memorial 99.
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