6:11

So long from Madison.

 

6:11

We will end our coverage here at Madison. Congrats to Travis Sauter and thanks to Powersource Racing Engines for being today’s presenting sponsor.

 

6:09

She says Thank You!

 

6:09

Comment From Guest

i saw travis sauter’s tweet about his hot wife not to long ago, he isn’t kidding. Congrats on that first and the win second to that.

 

6:07

Just got word that everyone has cleared tech.

 

5:47

We are going to take a trip down to the tech area and make sure everyone is clear before we end our coverage here today.

 

5:43

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5:43

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5:42

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5:41

Unofficial Results

1. Travis Sauter
2. Casey Johnson
3. Rich Bickle Jr.
4. Steve Rubeck
5. Blake Brown
6. Andrew Morrissey
7. Nick Murgic
8. Gary LaMonte
9. Brian Campbell
10. Landry Potter
11. Jeremy Spoonmore
12. Bobby Kendall
13. Mikie Breiner
14. Matt Kocourek
15. Brian Johnson Jr.
16. Dale Nottestad
17. Jeff Way
18. Kevin Eggert

 

5:35

Rich Bickle Jr. said the best he could do was third today.

 

5:35

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:34

Sauter family photo. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:33

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:31

Sauter in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:31

Sauter said he had no brakes about 20 laps before the brakes. The crew fixes them at the break.

 

5:28

Stand by for photos and a full rundown.

 

5:28

CHECKERED FLAG: Sauter, Casey Johnson, Bickley, Rubeck, Brown, Morrissey, Murgic, LaMonte, Campbell, Potter your top ten.

We are going to victory lane.

 

5:27

WHITE FLAG: Sauter can cost to the finish.

 

5:27

Two to go for Sauter.

 

5:27

Three to go for Travis Sauter. He is looking for his personal eighth win in a row at Madison.

 

5:26

Five to go for Sauter. He has 5.019 second lead over Casey Johnson, Bickle, Rubeck. Brown gets by Morrissey for fifth.

 

5:26

Lap 93: Kocourek moves to fifth as he gets by Morrissey, but Kocourek goes off the pace. Kocourek pulls to the infield.

 

5:25

Lap 90: Sauter is enjoying a 4.770 second lead. Casey Johnson in second, Bickle in third, and Rubeck in fourth. Morrissey holding on to third over Kocourek. Brown is behind them.

 

5:24

Lap 88: Morrissey gets fifth form LaMonte. But LaMonte isn’t giving up.

 

5:23

Lap 86: That is a battle for fifth not sixth between Morrissey and LaMonte. Sauter has a 4.301 second lead.

 

5:23

Lap 85: Battle for sixth as Morrissey is on the inside of LaMonte for the position.

 

5:22

Lap 83: Sauter is gone. 3.261 second lead over Johnson and Bickle. Rubeck in fourth and LaMonte in fifth.

 

5:22

Lap 80: Bickle secures third and will now try to get by Johnson. Sauter is out to a 2.545 second lead while this battle is going on.

 

5:21

Lap 79: Battle for second. Bickle on the outside of Johnson for the spot.

 

5:21

Lap 77: Bickle is using the high side and is challenging LaMonte for third. Sauter gets away.

 

5:20

GREEN FLAG: Sauter gets a little high in one and two…leans on Casey Johnson out of two. Sauter gets the lead out of four. Bickle is moving.

 

5:19

One to go for the 25-lap shootout.

 

5:19

Field is doubling up. Sauter will go to the inside.

 

5:17

Let’s see who made the right adjustments to challenge Sauter for the win.

 

5:17

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5:16

The field is rolling. They will check the lineup and go back to green for a 25-lap shootout.

 

5:15

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OK guys, get them brakes working good for him ~ Go get’em Blake!!!

 

5:12

Today’s coverage of the second leg of the Triple Crown Series at Madison International Speedway is presented by Powersource Racing Engines in Ingleside, IL. Powersource was founded over 20 years ago to supply quality performance engines and machine work to the Nation’s finest oval track and endurance racers. As time passed their reputation for quality work and fair prices led them to expand into the marine, street performance, and vintage market. Plus they are one of 14 approved S.E.A.L. engine rebuilder & manufacturer in North America. For more information call Ray Jager at 847-587-8999 or visit www.powersourceengines.com

 

5:12

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5:12

Less than two minutes to go in the break.

 

5:12

Crews making adjustments. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:10

Blake Brown’s team is working on the brakes.

 

5:10

Comment From Guest

Good Luck Murgic Racing Team!

 

5:10

Comment From Coach

go rubeck, tighten it up and go get ’em

 

5:10

Comment From Postal Dave

Kocourek was cruising, now it’s GO TIME!

 

5:08

Steve Rubeck says he is a little loose going in the corners.

 

5:05

Comment From katie sauter

Go Travis go!!!!!

 

5:05

Nine cars are on the lead lap. Positions 10-14 are one lap down. Breiner is three laps down.

 

5:04

1. Travis Sauter
2. Casey Johnson
3. Steve Rubeck
4. Gary LaMonte
5. Matt Kocourek
6. Andrew Morrissey
7. Blake Brown
8. Rich Bickle
9. Nick Murgic
10. Brian Campbell
11. Brian Johnson Jr.
12. Landry Potter
13. Bobby Kendall
14. Jeremy Spoonmore
15. Mikie Breiner
16. Dale Nottestad (out)
17. Jeff Way (out)
18. Kevin Eggert (out)

 

5:02

Sauter’s lead was up to 7.825 seconds.

 

5:02

The full field completes lap 75. Competition yellow comes out with 25 to go.

 

5:01

Lap 75: Sauter leads and the yellow flies.

 

5:00

Lap 72: Campbell goes a lap down while running 10th. Murgic is next to go a lap down, but will he be saved by the break.

 

5:00

Lap 70: Sauter leads. Competition yellow will come sometime now and lap 75.

 

4:59

Lap 69: Battle for fifth as Matt Kocourek goes to the inside of Morrissey going into turn one. He secures the spot out of turn four.

 

4:58

Lap 65: Sauter has a 5.892 second lead, but that will be erased when we go to the break.

 

4:57

Lap 62: Sauter, Casey Johnson, Rubeck, LaMonte, Morrissey, Korcourek, Brown, Bickle, Murgic, Campbell.

11-18 – Johnson, Potter, Kendall, Spoonmore, Breiner, Nottestad, Way, Eggert.

Nottestad, Way and Eggert are off.

 

4:56

Lap 60: Sauter lead with Casey Johnson in second. We are now in the window to where the competition yellow could come out at anytime.

 

4:56

Lap 58: Rich Bickle gets around Brian Campbell for eighth. Remember Bickle started at the back.

 

4:55

Lap 57: 12 cars are still on the lead lap as Sauter continues to pace the field.

 

4:55

Lap 55: We can see smoke coming from the back of Dale Nottestad’s car. He goes to the pits. We are still green.

 

4:54

Lap 52: Sauter has a 4.911 second lead over Johnson.

 

4:53

Lap 50: Casey Johnson pulls away from the battle for third behind him between Rubeck and LaMonte. They touch down the backstretch. Saw some smoke.

 

4:53

Lap 48: Rubeck looking to the inside of LaMonte. He wants third.

 

4:52

Lap 46: Sauter has a 4.157 second lead over Casey Johnson, LaMonte, Rubeck, and Morrissey.

 

4:52

Lap 44: Casey Johnson goes to the high side in turns three and four. Moves by Rubeck for second. LaMonte follows and goes to third.

 

4:51

Lap 42: Sauter now has a 3.286 second lead over Rubeck, Casey Johnson and LaMonte.

 

4:50

Lap 40: Sauter, Rubeck, Casey Johnson, LaMonte, Morrissey, Kocourek, Campbell, Brown, Bickle, Murgic.

 

4:49

LAP 37: Breiner spins by himself in turn two, keeps going and we are still green.

 

4:49

Lap 35: Sauter leads while Rubeck is seeing Casey Johnson all over his rear view mirror.

 

4:48

Lap 33: Sauter’s lead is now 2.374 seconds over Rubeck. Remember, there will be a caution sometime between 60-75 for a ten minute break.

 

4:47

Lap 30: Sauter, Rubeck, Casey Johnson, LaMonte, Morrissey, Kocourek, Campbell, Brown, Bickle, Murgic.

11-18 – Nottestad, Potter, Johnson, Kendall, Way, Spoonmore, Breiner, Eggert.

 

4:46

Lap 28: Field appears to settle down and go single file and work off some laps.

 

4:46

Lap 27: Sauter extends his lead to 1.152 seconds over Rubeck.

 

4:46

Lap 25: Sauter, Rubeck, Casey Johnson, Gary LaMonte, Morrissey, Kocourek, Campbell, Brown, Bickle, Murgic.

 

4:45

Lap 24: Rubeck has second. Casey Johnson goes to third Morrissey back to fourth but he is being challenged by LaMonte.

 

4:45

Lap 23: Rubeck on the inside of Morrissey for second. Casey Johnson joins the battle.

 

4:44

GREEN FLAG: Sauter gets a better run and has the lead as they come out of turn two.

 

4:44

21 complete, 79 to go.

 

4:43

Field will double up in their spots they were just in.  Field will be back to green in two laps.

 

4:42

CAUTION LAP 22: Kevin Eggert spins in turn two. He pulls into the pits.

 

4:42

GREEN FLAG: Morrissey get a little lead…but yellow flies again.

 

4:41

21 laps completed. Caution laps do not count.

 

4:41

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4:41

Field is doubling up will go back to green in over a lap.

 

4:40

1. Sauter
2. Rubeck
3. Morrissey
4. Casey Johnson
5. LaMonte
6. Kocourek
7. Campbell
8. Murgic
9. Brown
10. Nottestad
11. Bickle
12. Potter
13. Brian Johnson
14. Bobby Kendall
15. Jeff Way
16. Jeremy Spoonmore
17. Mikie Breiner
18. Kevin Eggert

 

4:39

CAUTION LAP 22: Kevin Eggert goes for a spin turns three and four.

 

4:38

Lap 20: Sauter has a 1.234 second lead over Rubeck.

 

4:38

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4:38

Lap 19: Casey Johnson is catching the rear bumper of Morrissey.

 

4:38

Lap 17: Sauter, Rubeck, Morrissey, Casey Johnson, LaMonte, Kocourek, Campbell, Murgic, Brown, Nottestad.

 

4:37

Lap 16: Sauter goes to the inside of Rubeck down the backstretch. New leader at the line.

 

4:37

Lap 14: Rubeck leads with Sauter getting by Morrissey for second. Morrissey back to third. Casey Johnson fourth and LaMonte in fifth. Kocourek, Campbell, Potter, Murgic, Brown.

 

4:36

Lap 12: Morrissey, Rubeck and Sauter battle. Rubeck goes to the inside going into one. New leader.

 

4:35

Lap 10: Sauter joins Morrissey and Rubeck to battle for the lead. LaMonte goes to fifth.

 

4:35

Lap 8: Three wide for fourth between Casey Johnson, Potter and LaMonte. LaMonte backs off. Johson goes to fourth.

 

4:34

Lap 7: Morrissey, Rubeck, Sauter, Potter, Johnson, LaMonte

 

4:34

Lap 5: Sauter goes to third. Potter in fourth. Casey Johnson has fifth over Brian Johnson Jr.

 

4:34

Lap 4: Battle for third where Sauter goes to the inside of Landry Potter out of two.

 

4:33

Lap 3: Rubeck goes to second. He and Morrissey pull away.

 

4:33

Lap 2: Morrissey leads with Johnson Jr. in second but Rubeck goes inside of Johnson to battle for second.

 

4:32

GREEN FLAG: Brian Johnson Jr. has the early advantage going into three, but he washes up. Morrissey goes to the lead.

 

4:32

Comment From Matt B

Go Kocourek #43! Get it done!

 

4:32

One to go at the line.

 

4:30

In the odd/even dashes, the fields were fully inverted and they had 12 lap races.

 

4:29

Lineup was based on where they finished in their odd/even dashes.

 

4:29

Comment From Dan

Did they draw for position ? Or how did they come up with that line up?

 

4:29

Field getting ready. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:29

Comment From Steve

Great to see Blake Brown behind the wheel again, good luck to the #71 team today

 

4:29

Comment From madcitydoug

Andrew Morrissey’s on a hot streak. Heat and a feature win at the Dells last night. Heat win today.

 

4:27

There will be a competition yellow sometime between lap 60-75.

 

4:26

Drivers have been introduced…drivers are strapping in.

 

4:26

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4:25

Comment From Mike

Go Casey Johnson #5

 

4:18

The starting field comes on track for introductions.

 

4:17

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4:17

Up Next…the big event.

Super Late Model
Evie Handeland 100
Starting Lineup

1. 39 – Andrew Morrissey
2. 17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
3. 61 – Steve Rubeck
4. 57 – Landry Potter
5. 5 – Travis Sauter
6. 5 – Casey Johnson
7. 63 – Gary LaMonte
8. 43 – Matt Kocourek
9. 20 – Brian Campbell
10. 68 – Jeff Way
11. 12 – Nick Murgic
12. 71 – Blake Brown
13. 11 – Bobby Kendall
14. 2 – Dale Nottestad
15. 13 – Mikie Breiner
16. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
17. 98 – Kevin Eggert
18. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.

Scratched…Jeff Storm, Bobby Wilberg

 

4:17

Comment From markpudfish

When racing in Wi…cheer on a true Wi. racing family..Go Sauter

 

4:16

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4:16

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4:16

CHECKERED: Andy Jones gets the win. Cory Talaska rebounds to finish second. Kyle Justis is third. Aaron Moyer is fourth. Kevin Griffin rounds out the top five.
6: Austin Kunert
7. Brian Griffin
8. Todd Schmitz
9. Shelby Berlin
10. Kyle Vergata
11. Matt Berlin
12. Chris Lishamer
13. Jordan Wendt

 

4:14

WHITE FLAG: Talaska going for second on the inside of Justis.

 

4:14

GREEN FLAG: Jones gets a nice jump with teo to go.

 

4:13

So we hear that (insert driver name here) won the Cup race today. Congrats to (insert driver name here)!

 

4:12

Comment From Guest

go Landry potter !Watching al the way from mooresville, NC

 

4:12

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4:11

Looks like a green, white, checkered. Andy Jones leads with Kyle Justis in second and Kevin Griffin in third. Talaska and Moyer round out the top five.

 

4:10

CAUTION LAP 23: Cory Lishamer gets shuffled and goes off track. He comes to a stop on the backside of turn one.

 

4:09

Back to green with Jones in the lead.

 

4:08

There will be six laps to go.

 

4:06

Both will go to the rear. Andy Jones will take the lead.

 

4:06

CAUTION LAP 20: Moyer gets his nose to the inside of Talaska coming out of four. Talaska tries to shut the door, but goes for a spin.Moyer is stuck with him.

 

4:05

Lap 19: Talaska and Moyer clear lap traffic. Moyer wants to challenge.

 

4:04

Lap 17: Talaska and Moyer work around lap traffic.

 

4:04

Lap 15: Moyer on the bumper of this good friend Talaska.

 

4:03

Lap 12: Talaska goes to the inside of Justis for the lead. Moyer follows. Justis back to third.

 

4:03

Lap 10: Justis is your leader with Talaska in second and Moyer in third.

 

4:02

Lap 8: Kunert gets shuffled in turn three. Andy Jones, Cory Talaska and Aaron Moyer gets by him.

 

4:01

Lap 6: Justis goes to the outside of Kunert ot challenge for the lead.

 

4:01

Lap 5: Kunert leads with Justis on his bumper.

 

4:01

Lap 2: Austin Kunert has the lead with Kyle Justis in second.

 

4:00

Legends 25-lap feature is out.

 

3:58

Comment From Guest

Go Blake Brown! Gatlinburg, Tennesse wants you to win!

 

3:58

Comment From Curt Keene

thanks for the updates Ramsell

 

3:55

Today’s coverage of the second leg of the Triple Crown Series at Madison International Speedway is presented by Powersource Racing Engines in Ingleside, IL. Powersource was founded over 20 years ago to supply quality performance engines and machine work to the Nation’s finest oval track and endurance racers. As time passed their reputation for quality work and fair prices led them to expand into the marine, street performance, and vintage market. Plus they are one of 14 approved S.E.A.L. engine rebuilder & manufacturer in North America. For more information call Ray Jager at 847-587-8999 or visit www.powersourceengines.com

 

3:55

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3:54

Jerry Wood wins (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:54

Comment From Denise

C’mon Blake Brown #71 – Cheering you on from Hammond, Indiana 🙂

 

3:52

1. Jerry Wood
2. John Wood
3. Chad Knaus
4. Camden Murphy
5. Andy Jones
6. Bill Collins
7. Joshua James
8. Jerry Suderland
9. Mike Corvo
10. Natalie Decker

 

3:51

CHECKERED: Jerry Wood gets ahead of his brother and wins. Natalie Decker spins in turn two on the last lap.

 

3:50

WHITE: Jerry Wood had a car length at the line.

 

3:50

Two laps to go: Which Wood will win?

 

3:50

Lap 27: This may come down to a photo finish. Knaus wants to separate the brothers.

 

3:49

Lap 25: Still no change up front. The Wood brothers are putting on a show.

 

3:49

Lap 23: John Wood was credited as the leader that lap. He is getting good momentum while Jerry has the edge on the inside.

 

3:48

Lap 21: This may come as a surprise, but the Jerry is still on the inside and John is on the outside as they battle for the lead.

 

3:47

Lap 19: The Wood brothers are still side-by-side.

 

3:47

Lap 18: Jerry Wood, John Wood, Chad Knaus, Camden Murphy, Natalie Decker.

 

3:47

Lap 17: Jerry Wood was scored as the leader but his brother is still to his outside.

 

3:46

Lap 16: Chad Knaus gets around Murphy and goes to third.

 

3:46

Lap 15: Just like we saw in the heat races, neither brother will give an inch.

 

3:46

Lap 14: Jerry Wood is on the inside while his brother John is on the outside battling for the lead.

 

3:45

Lap 13: Natalie Decker breaks into the top-five. She is fifth.

 

3:45

GREEN FLAG: The Wood Brothers lead the field back to green.

 

3:45

The officials got word from Collins that he didn’t get any help. Knaus will get his spot back.

 

3:44

Comment From Noble

Go Bickle from western PA

 

3:44

CAUTION LAP 13: Collins spins in turn four. Officials say that Knaus made contact with Collins, he will go to the rear.

 

3:42

Lap 12: Wood gets by Murphy for second. He will try to chase down his brother. Murphy is third with Collins in fourth and Knaus in fifth.

 

3:41

Lap 9: Jerry Wood continues to lead while Murphy gets high in turn two. This opens the door for John Wood to go inside and challenge for second. Collins is fourth.

 

3:41

Lap 7: Jerry Wood, Murphy, John Wood, Collins, Knaus, Jones, Decker, Suderland, James, and Corvo.

 

3:40

Lap 5: John Wood and Collins continue to battle as they come out of turn four. Wood gets a good run and takes over the third spot.

 

3:39

Lap 2: Jerry Wood uses the outside line and goes to the lead. Murphy back to second. Bill Collins goes around John Wood and goes to third. But Wood comes back on the inside of Collins to challenge.

 

3:39

GREEN FLAG: Murphy leads with Jerry Wood going to the outside to challenge for the top spot.

 

3:37

Starting lineup
1. Camden Murphy
2. Joshua James
3. Jerry Wood
4. John Wood
5. Bill Collins
6. Chad Knaus
7. Andy Jones
8. Mike Corvo
9. Natalie Decker
10. Jared Suderland

 

3:35

Trucks are about to roll out for their feature.

 

3:35

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3:34

Comment From Lenny

Go Natalie Decker tuning in from Ky

 

3:33

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.

 

3:33

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3:32

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3:32

The 30-lap Midwest Truck feature will be out first.

Starting lineup
1. Camden Murphy
2. Joshua James
3. Jerry Wood
4. John Wood
5. Bill Collins
6. Chad Knaus
7. Andy Jones
8. Mike Corvo
9. Natalie Decker
10. Jared Suderland

 

3:30

Round three of the Triple Crown Challenge at Madison International Speedway will be on Sunday, July 28.  MIS will host the ARCA Midwest Tour/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS battle on August 10-11.  The ARCA Series presented by Menards will be here on August 24-25.

 

3:28

Comment From Noble

Lets go Bickle all the way from the back!!

 

3:28

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 at www.andersonspeedway.com.

 

3:28

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3:23

State Park Speedway’s second round of the their Triple X Challenge Series will be the Larry Detjen’s Memorial on July 26-27. The race honors a true hero who lost his life in a racing accident.  The two days of racing will feature Super Late Models, Big 8 Series, Trucks and more.  For more information, please visit www.stateparkspeedway.com.

 

3:23

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3:23

Super Late Model
Evie Handeland 100
Starting Lineup

1. 39 – Andrew Morrissey
2. 17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
3. 61 – Steve Rubeck
4. 57 – Landry Potter
5. 5 – Travis Sauter
6. 5 – Casey Johnson
7. 63 – Gary LaMonte
8. 43 – Matt Kocourek
9. 20 – Brian Campbell
10. 68 – Jeff Way
11. 12 – Nick Murgic
12. 71 – Blake Brown
13. 11 – Bobby Kendall
14. 2 – Dale Nottestad
15. 13 – Mikie Breiner
16. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
17. 98 – Kevin Eggert
18. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.

Scratched…Jeff Storm, Bobby Wilberg

 

3:17

Upon review, Rubeck will be credited with second and Sauter in third for the last race.

 

3:16

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3:16

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3:13

Andrew Morrissey and Brian Johnson Jr. will be your front row for the 100-lap event.

 

3:13

CHECKERED: Morrissey wins. Sauter gets second by 0.005 seconds over Rubeck. Lamonte fourth and Campbell fifth.
6. Murgic
7. Kendall
8. Breiner
9. Eggert

 

3:12

WHITE: Morrissey gets away. Battle for second with Sauter and Rubeck.

 

3:11

GREEN FLAG: Morrissey gets the lead. Rubeck and Sauter battle for second.

 

3:11

We will try it again.

 

3:10

GREEN…nope…not yet…starter didn’t like it.

 

3:08

There will be two laps to go when we go to green.

Morrissey
Sauter
LaMonte
Rubeck
Campbell
Murgic
Kendall
Breiner
Eggert

 

3:07

CAUTION LAP 10: Eggert goes around in turn two. Kendall had no where to go and stops before the two make contact.

 

3:06

Lap 10: Side by side battle for second. Morrissey leads with two to go. Campbell goes to fifth.

 

3:05

Lap 9: Sauter looks to the inside of LaMonte for second out of turn two.

 

3:05

Lap 6: LaMonte goes to second while Sauter goes to third. Eggert is fourth, Rubeck in fifth. Campbell is sixth.

 

3:04

Lap 5: Morrissey gets to the inside of Eggert and goes to the lead. LaMonte and Sauter tries to follow.

 

3:04

Lap 4: Three wide for fourth with Sauter, Breiner and Murgic.

 

3:04

Lap 3: Eggert leads while Morrissey goes to second. Breiner in third.

 

3:03

Lap 2: Morrissey tries to make it three-wide for the lead but backs off.

 

3:03

GREEN FLAG: Kevin Eggert has a good run off of two and goes to the lead.

 

3:02

SLM Heat #2 Lineup

1. 13 – Mikie Breiner
2. 98 – Kevin Eggert
3. 12 – Nick Murgic
4. 39 – Andrew Morrissey
5. 20 – Brian Campbell
6. 63 – Gary LaMonte
7. 11 – Bobby Kendall
8. 28 – Bobby Wilberg
9. 61 – Steve Rubeck
10. 5 – Travis Sauter

Bobby Wilberg is a scratch.

 

3:01

CHECKERED: Brian Johnson Jr. wins with Landry Potter in second and Casey Johnson in third.
4. Matt Kocourek
5. Jeff Way
6. Blake Brown
7. Dale Nottestad
8. Jeremy Spoonmore
9. Rich Bickle Jr.

 

3:00

WHITE FLAG: Brian Johnson goes to the inside of Potter going into one, Potter slams the door.

 

3:00

Two to go for Brian Johnson Jr.

 

3:00

Lap 8: Casey Johnson goes to third. Brian Johnson Jr. still leads with Potter in between the Johnson’s (No relation)

 

2:59

Lap 7: Johnson, Potter to second, Spoonmore, Casey Johnson, Way, Kocourek, Brown, Nottestad, Bickle.

 

2:59

Lap 5: Johnson goes to the inside of Spoonmore going down the backstretch and takes over the lead.

 

2:58

Lap 4: Spoonmore leads with Johnson in second.

 

2:58

Lap 3: Battle for third with Way and Potter on the inside of Way.

 

2:58

Lap 2: Way does the same thing again in one and two. Spoonmore goes to the lead. Johnson goes to second with Way in third.

 

2:57

GREEN FLAG: Way gets a big jump on Spoonmore but washes up in turns one and two. Spoonmore on the inside for the lead.

 

2:57

Even Dash is up next up. These will help determine the starting lineups. This will determine the outside row for the 100-lapper. Where you finish is where you will start on the outside.

SLM Heat #1 Lineup

1. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
2. 68 – Jeff Way
3. 17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
4. 2 – Dale Nottestad
5. 57 – Landry Potter
6. 43 – Matt Kocourek
7. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
8. 5 – Casey Johnson
9. 71 – Blake Brown

 

2:55

CHECKERED: Lishamer will get the win with Talaska in second. Justis in third. Rest of the field…Schmitz, Jones, Griffin and Moyer.

 

2:55

WHITE FLAG: Lishamer has a slim lead over Talaska with Justis in third.

 

2:54

GREEN FLAG: Lishamer leads with Talaska in second.

 

2:53

They had to get the “ice pick” out and tow Moyer’s car back to the pits.

 

2:50

CAUTION Lap 2: Moyer slows on the backstretch and comes to a stop in turn four. Possible mechanical problem.

 

2:49

GREEN FLAG: Schmitz has a bad start. Inside line goes forward. Kyle Justis to the lead with Chris Lishamer in second.

 

2:49

Legends Heat Two

Kyle Justis
Todd Schmitz
Chris Lishamer
Kevin Griffin
Aaron Moyer
Cory Talaska
Andy Jones

 

2:48

Griffin was third with Wendt in fourth.

 

2:47

CHECKERED: Kunert gets to the inside of Vergata in three and four. But Vergata wins by 0.036 seconds.

 

2:47

WHITE FLAG: Vergata holding on to the lead with Kunert on his bumper.

 

2:46

Lap 4: Brian Griffin goes to the outside of Vergata, but Austin Kunert sneaks by and goes to second.

 

2:45

Lap 2: Kyle Vergata has the early lead.

 

2:45

Legends are out for their first heat.

Lineup
Cory Talaska
Jordan Wendt
Shelby Berlin
Kyle Vergata
Austin Kunert
Brian Griffin

 

2:43

John Wood beats Jerry Wood at the line. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

2:42

CHECKERED: John Wood wins by 0.031 seconds over Jerry Wood. Chad Knaus was third with Bill Collins in fourth. Jerry Suderland was fifth.

 

2:42

WHITE FLAG: John is getting a run on the outside over Jerry.

 

2:41

Two to go: John Wood was scored as the leader that time by.

 

2:41

Lap 5: The brothers won’t give each other an inch.

 

2:40

Lap 4: John Wood still leads on the outside while brother Jerry is on the inside.

 

2:40

Lap 2: John touches Jerry coming out of four. Sibling rivalry at the front. Chad Knaus (no not that one) is third. Bill Collins is fourth and Suderland is fifth.

 

2:39

GREEN FLAG: The Wood Brothers battle for the lead. John has the edge over Jerry.

 

2:39

Heat Two

1. 73 – Jerry Wood
2. 72 – John Wood
3. 63 – Gary LaMonte
4. 67 – Chad Knaus
5. 21 – Jerry Suderland

 

2:38

Andy Jones goes to victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

2:37

CHECKERED: Jones wins with Murphy in second an Jones in third. Decker is fourth and Corvo rounds out the top five.

 

2:37

WHITE FLAG: Jones has a good lead. Murphy goes to second.

 

2:36

Two laps to go for Andy Jones. James has second but has Murphy on the inside.

 

2:36

Lap 4: Jones leads while Murphy goes to the inside of James for second.

 

2:36

Lap 3: Jones leads with James going to second and Murphy in third. Decker is still fourth. Corvo is fifth.

 

2:35

Lap 1: Andy Jones gets the lead over Mike Corvo. Camden Murphy goes to third. Natalie Decker is fourth and Joshua James is fifth.

 

2:34

GREEN FLAG: The first truck race is on and we are racing at MIS.

 

2:32

Truck Heats will be out first.

Heat One

1. 26 – Mike Corvo
2. 11 – Andy Jones
3. 85 – Camden Murphy
4. 30 – Joshua James
5. 3 – Natalie Decker

Heat Two

1. 73 – Jerry Wood
2. 72 – John Wood
3. 63 – Gary LaMonte
4. 67 – Chad Knaus

 

2:30

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2:30

All three divisions will run two heats. The Trucks and Legends will run 8-lap heats while the Super Late Models will run 12-lap heats.

SLM Heat #1 Lineup

1. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
2. 68 – Jeff Way
3. 17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
4. 2 – Dale Nottestad
5. 57 – Landry Potter
6. 43 – Matt Kocourek
7. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
8. 5 – Casey Johnson
9. 71 – Blake Brown

SLM Heat #2 Lineup

1. 13 – Mikie Breiner
2. 98 – Kevin Eggert
3. 12 – Nick Murgic
4. 39 – Andrew Morrissey
5. 20 – Brian Campbell
6. 63 – Gary LaMonte
7. 11 – Bobby Kendall
8. 28 – Bobby Wilberg
9. 61 – Steve Rubeck
10. 5 – Travis Sauter

The finishing positions in these odd/even heats will determine the starting lineup for the Evie Handeland 100.

 

2:23

Travis Sauter’s fast time today of 17.469 is using a 4bbl carb. The track record set last year by Chris Wimmer, 17.245, was with a 2bbl carb.

 

2:15

Opening Ceremonies about to get underway here at MIS.

 

2:12

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2:11

Today’s 100-lap event is in honor of Evie Handeland. She and her family have been keeping Madison International Speedway clean since the 1950’s when the track was a quarter-mile track.  She lives next door to the track.

 

2:05

Schedule for the rest of the day…

2:15pm – Opening Ceremonies
2:30pm – Racing
Midwest Truck Heats (8 Laps)
Legend Heats (8 Laps)
Super Late Model Odd/Even Dashes (12 Laps)
Intermission
Midwest Truck Feature (30 Laps)
Legends Feature (25 Laps)
Evie Handeland 100 (Ten minute break between 60-75)

 

2:03

Legends
Qualifying Results

1. 140 – Aaron Moyer 13.948
2. 16 – Cory Talaska 14.070
3. 11 – Andy Jones 14.167
4. 5 – Kevin Griffin 14.227
5. 98 – Chris Lishamer 14.256
6. 67 – Todd Schmitz 14.354
7. 14 – Kyle Justis 14.374
8. 0 – Brian Griffin 14.476
9. 29 – Austin Kunert 14.839
10. 55 – Kyle Vergata 14.839
11. 24 – Shelby Berlin 14.944
12. 17 – Jordan Wendt 15.213
13. 16 – Matt Berlin 15.233

 

2:00

Super Late Model
Qualifying Results

1. 5 – Travis Sauter 17.469
2. 71 – Blake Brown 17.531
3. 61 – Steve Rubeck 17.565
4. 5 – Casey Johnson 17.582
5. 28 – Bobby Wilberg 17.610
6. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr. 17.628
7. 11 – Bobby Kendall 17.697
8. 43 – Matt Kocourek 17.699
9. 63 – Gary LaMonte 17.705
10. 57 – Landry Potter 17.705
11. 20 – Brian Campbell 17.735
12. 2 – Dale Nottestad 17.770
13. 39 – Andrew Morrissey 17.783
14. 17 – Brian Johnson Jr. 17.827
15. 12 – Nick Murgic 17.845
16. 68 – Jeff Way 17.847
17. 98 – Kevin Eggert 17.921
18. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore 18.057
19. 13 – Mikie Breiner 18.170
DNQ – Jeff Storm

 

1:56

Congratulations to Travis Sauter for being today’s fast qualifier.

 

1:55

39 – Andrew Morrissey
Lap 1: 17.910
Lap 2: 17.783
Best: 17.783
P13

 

1:54

71 – Blake Brown
Lap 1: 17.620
Lap 2: 17.531
Best: 17.531
P2

 

1:53

68 – Jeff Way
Lap 1: 17.941
Lap 2: 17.847
Best: 17.847
P14

 

1:52

63 – Gary LaMonte
Lap 1: 18.394
Lap 2: 17.705
Best: 17.705
P8

 

1:51

61 – Steve Rubeck
Lap 1: 17.777
Lap 2: 17.565
Best: 17.565
P2

 

1:50

57 – Landry Potter
Lap 1: 17.724
Lap 2:  17.880
Best: 17.724
P7

 

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1:49

45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
Lap 1: 17.644
Lap 2: 17.628
Best: 17.628
P4

 

1:48

43 – Matt Kocourek
Lap 1: 17.699
Lap 2: 17.796
Best: 17.699
P5

 

1:47

28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1:  17.610
Lap 2: Didn’t Take
Best: 17.610
P3

 

1:46

20 – Brian Campbell
Lap 1:  17.813
Lap 2: 17.735
Best: 17.735
P4

 

1:45

13 – Mikey Breiner
Lap 1:  18.307
Lap 2: 18.170
Best: 18.170
P9

 

1:44

22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
Lap 1: 18.182
Lap 2:  18.057
Best: 18.057
P8

 

1:43

Chris Wimmer has the track record of 17.245

 

1:43

17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
Lap 1: 17.937
Lap 2: 17.827
Best: 17.827
P5

 

1:42

12 – Nick Murgic
Lap 1: 17.845
Lap 2:  17.851
Best: 17.845
P5

 

1:41

11 – Bobby Kendall
Lap 1: 17.714
Lap 2: 17.697
Best: 17.697
P3

 

1:40

5 – Travis Sauter
Lap 1: 17.681
Lap 2: 17.469
Best: 17.469
P1

 

1:38

Track record is a 17.245.

 

1:38

5 – Casey Johnson
Lap 1: 17.683
Lap 2: 17.582
Best: 17.582
P1

 

1:37

2 – Dale Nottestad
Lap 1: 17.876
Lap 2: 17.770
Best: 17.770
P1

 

1:36

98 – Kevin Eggert
Lap 1:  17.921
Lap 2: 18.051
Best: 17.921
P1

 

1:35

20 cars are scheduled to take time.

 

1:35

We will post the full Legends rundown after Super Late Qualifying.

 

1:35

Midwest Trucks
Qualifying Results

1. Chad Knaus 18.980
2. Bill Collins 18.981
3. John Wood 19.001
4. Jerry Wood 19.006
5. Joshua James 19.117
6. Camden Murphy 19.159
7. Andy Jones 19.216
8. Mike Corvo 19.240
9. Natalie Decker 19.304

 

1:32

Midwest Trucks are out now. So far Chad Knaus is the fastest with a time of 18.980.

 

1:31

Aaron Moyer was the fast qualifier for the Legends with a time of 13.948. Cory Talaska was second with a time of 14.070. Andy Jones was third with a time of 14.167. 13 Legend cars qualified.

 

1:21

Matt Kocourek talks it over with his crew. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:20

Kocourek said they had an oil overflow problem. He said they think they it fixes and will get ready to qualify.

 

1:19

Comment From Jim Swan

So glad Stormy is OK!

 

1:18

Father/son bonding in Blake Brown’s pit. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:17

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1:16

(Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:16

Jeff Storm said the throttle locked up on him. Really could do nothing. He said he is alright. Banged his right elbow. Said if that is all he has for injuries, he is lucky. He also said he will be sore tomorrow.

 

1:13

The remnants of Storm’s car. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:09

We are heading to the pits to check on Storm and Kocourek

 

1:06

Brian Campbell was the fastest in the final practice with a time of 17.663.

Gary LaMonte 17.727
Travis Sauter 17.759
Blake Brown 17.892
Landry Potter 18.115
Bobby Kendall 18.152
Kevin Eggert 18.169
Jeremy Spoonmore 18.340
Jeff Way 18.400

There are more drivers here then what is listed above some did not come out for the final session.

 

1:04

Earlier, we saw smoke coming from Matt Kocourek’s car in the first practice session. He has not been back out. We are trying to get a confirmation regarding him.

 

1:02

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1:02

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1:01

Campbell goes to the top of the charts with a 17.663.

 

1:00

Second set of Super Late Models are out on track for their final session. These include:

22 Jeremy Spoonmore
11 Bobby Kendall
39 Andrew Morrissey
68 Jeff Way
63 Gary LaMonte

Brian Campbell comes back out.

 

12:55

Travis Sauter is at the top of the charts with a time of 17.759. Brian Campbell is second is 17.760. Blake Brown is third with a 17.892.

 

12:54

5 Travis Sauter is on track now.

 

12:54

71 Blake Brown
20 Brian Campbell
57 Landry Potter
98 Kevin Eggert

Are on track.

 

12:53

Super Lates are out for the final practice.

 

12:50

Chris Lashner was the fastest in the final practice for the Legends.

 

12:48

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12:45

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Glad to see Jeff Storm is ok after that hit a true testament to all the safety advancements in the racing community

 

12:45

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Thanks for the coverage…2 great races here in 1 week..Wisconsin racing at it’s best!!!

 

12:44

Brian Campbell made the trek from Michigan today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:41

John Wood was the fastest in the final practice with a time of 19.025. The Legends are out for their final practice.

 

12:39

26 Mike Corvo goes for a spin in turns three and four.

 

12:37

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12:37

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12:36

If you are just joining us, About a half hour ago, Jeff Storm made hard contact with the turn one wall. He told officials he is alright but the car isn’t. If you scroll up to 12:09pm, you can see a photo of his car.

 

12:35

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12:35

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12:35

Jerry Suderland has come to a stop on the backstretch.

 

12:34

Midwest Trucks are out now. We do have live Timing/Scoring now.

So far this session…

John Wood 19.025
Chad Knaus 19.040
Bill Collins 19.150
Camden Murphy 19.371
Joshua James 19.375

 

12:28

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12:25

Next group is out for the Super Late Models

11 Bobby Kendall
57 Landry Potter
17 Brian Johnson Jr.
68 Jeff Way
2 Dale Nottestad

 

12:23

Practice is back underway. Cars on track now…

5 Casey Johnson
13 Mikie Breiner
61 Steve Rubeck
98 Kevin Eggert
22 Jeremy Spoonmore
71 Blake Brown
12 Nick Murgic
45 Rich Bickle Jr.
5 Travis Sauter
63 Gary LaMonte

 

12:16

Again, officials are stating that Storm told them he is alright.

 

12:16

Comment From MDB

Hope Jeff is ok, it is his birthday today so this is a bummer. Hope he is well!

 

12:16

You can see the tire marks on the right and where he hit the wall. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:11

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12:11

Comment From Jim Swan

WOW! That was a hard hit! Glad Jeff is OK!

 

12:11

The flatbed is out now to get Storm’s car. It is possible that his engine may have locked up. We clearly see tire marks from the point where a car would let off to go into the corner to the impact point of the wall.

 

12:09

Jeff Storm comes to a rest in turns one and two. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:07

Jeff Storm just had a vicious hit with the turn one wall.  He is telling officials that he is ok.

 

12:04

Super Late Models are now back out for their second of three practice sessions.

 

12:04

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11:57

Legend cars are on track now.  We are still working on getting live timing/scoring up to provide you with some practice times.

 

11:54

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11:54

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11:54

Trucks on track now…

73 Jerry Wood
72 John Wood
11 Andy Jones
85 Camden Murphy
67 Chad Knaus (no not the crew chief)
3 Natalie Decker
63 Bill Collins

 

11:51

Today’s 100-lap event is in honor of Evie Handeland. She and her family have been keeping Madison International Speedway clean since the 1950’s when the track was a quarter-mile track.  She lives next door to the track.

 

11:49

Today’s Schedule

Now – Practice
1:15pm – Qualifying
2:15pm – Opening Ceremonies
2:30pm – Racing
Midwest Truck Heats (8 Laps)
Super Late Model Odd/Even Qualifiers (12 Laps)
Legend Heats (8 Laps)
Super Late Model Odd/Even Dashes (12 Laps)
Intermission
Super Late Model Last Chance (If Necessary)
Midwest Truck Feature (30 Laps)
Legends Feature (25 Laps)
Evie Handeland 100 (Ten minute break between 60-75)

 

11:47

The Midwest Trucks are now on track for their first practice session.

 

11:46

Brian Campbell is visiting Madison for the first time since 2006. The Wyoming, Michigan driver competed in a crate late model. This is his first time ever with a Super Late Model.  He is getting ready for the ARCA Midwest Tour/CRA Super Series combo event on August 10-11 here.

 

11:44

Matt Kocourek has come to a stop on the frontstretch. There appeared to be smoke coming out of his car when he went into turns one and two.

 

11:44

Some of the drivers on track now include:

43 Matt Kocourek
68 Jeff way
22 Jeremy Spoonmore
98 Kevin Eggert
17 Brian Johnson Jr.
12 Nick Murgic
71 Blake Brown
2 Dale Nottestad
61 Steve Rubeck
20 Brian Campbell
45 Rich Bickle Jr.

We do have more and get those when they come on track.

 

11:42

Practice is underway for the Super Late Models.  We are waiting for the live/timing scoring to come up so we can provide some lap times for you.

 

11:41

Weather is great today. 80’s and sunny. Should be a fun afternoon of racing with the Super Late Models in a 100-lap event. The Midwest Trucks and Legends are in action.

 

11:40

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11:40

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11:40

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11:38

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