6:17
Thank you for joining us and have a good night.
6:16
This will conclude our coverage of today’s event. Again thanks to Al-Kul Performance Radiators for being our presenting sponsor of the Wisconsin Grand Slam Weekend.
6:15
Congratulations to Travis Sauter as he picks up his ninth straight feature win at Madison International Speedway. He will go for ten in a row on August 11 at Border Wars ARCA Midwest Tour vs ARCA CRA Super Series 150. More information can be found at www.madisoninternationalspeedway.com.
6:13
Madison Triple Crown 100
Unofficial Results

1. Travis Sauter
2. Casey Johnson
3. Nick Murgic
4. Bobby Wilberg
5. Gary LaMonte
6. Rich Bickle
7. Austin Luedtke
8. Jeff Way
9. Jeremy Spoonmore
10. Thor Anderson
11. Mikie Breiner
12. Bobby Kendall
13. Landry Potter
14. Blake Brown
15. Steve Rubeck
16. Matt Kocourek
17. Dale Nottestad
18. Kelsey Bauer
19. Jim Olson
20. Rick Corso

6:07
We will get a rundown shortly.
6:05
(Speed51.com Photo)
6:04
(Speed51.com Photo)
6:00
(Speed51.com Photo)
5:59
Comment From Lenny

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

5:59
Comment From Guest

Thank you for the up dates speed 51!

5:59
Sauter with his winning interview. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:56
We are going trackside
5:56
CHECKERED: Sauter wins. Johnson, Murgic, Wilberg, LaMonte.
5:55
WHITE FLAG: Sauter, Johnson, Murgic, Wilberg, LaMonte
5:55
Two laps to go for Travis Sauter.
5:55
Three laps to go. Johnson gets ahead of Murgic for second.
5:55
Lap 96: Murgic keeps his car on the inside of Johnson.
5:54
Five laps to go for Travis Sauter. Johnson has the edge on Murgic for second.
5:54
Lap 94: Murgic and Johnson continue to battle for second.
5:54
Lap 93: Sauter pulls away. Murgic goes to the inside of Johnson to battle for second. Wilberg is there as well. LaMonte trying to get by Bickele for sixth.
5:53
GREEN: Sauter gets a good jump on Johnson.
5:53
There will be nine laps to go as they reverted back to the last completed lap.
5:52
Rundown…

Sauter
Johnson
Murgic
Wilberg
LaMonte
Bickle
Kendall
Way
Luedtke
Anderson
Spoonmore
Breiner

Potter is still out and is listed in 14th. He need to complete three more laps to pass Brown who is currently credited in 13th but off the track.

5:50
When this race is over, we will go trackside for victory lane photos and we will post a full field rundown.
5:50
Some big movers in this race. Sauter started 14th and Wilberg started 18th.
5:49
Sauter had a 2.037 second lead when the yellow flew. Johnson can stay with him on a short run…but after a few laps. Sauter is gone.
5:48
Caution: Lap 92: Kendall comes to a stop in turn four. He may have a left front tire down.
5:47
Lap 91: Johnson has about a car length on Murgic. Big gap from third to Wilberg in fourth.
5:47
Lap 90: Sauter has ten more laps to get another win at MIS.
5:47
Lap 87: Sauter out to a 1.441 second lead over Johnson and Murgic. Wilberg, LaMonte, Bickle, Kendall, Way, Luedtke, Anderson, Spoonmore, Breiner.
5:46
Lap 84: Bickle and Wilberg battle for fourth. Wilberg passes Bickle for the spot. LaMonte follows and goes to fifth. Bickle back to sixth.
5:45
Lap 83: Murgic wants second and is all over Johnson’s bumper.
5:44
Lap 81: Murgic goes to third with Bickle in fourth and Wilberg in fifth.
5:44
Lap 80: Sauter back to the top of the scoreboard. Johnson tucks in behind him.
5:44
GREEN: Johnson gets a jump on Sauter, but Sauter won’t let him get away with that. Gets back alongside to take the lead back.
5:42
Field doubles up with Sauter and Johnson side by side
5:40
Lap 78: Caution comes out as Breiner is struggling with turn two today and spins again.
5:40
Lap 77: Sauter lets Johnson taste the top spot but takes back the lead. Johnson then tries the inside out of two. But Sauter takes off.
5:39
GREEN: Sauter and Johnson battle for the lead. Johnson led the lap.
5:38
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5:35
Landry Potter is at the pit entrance and will re-join the field.
5:35
Should we do a full field invert? Just kidding.
5:34
Cars on track for the final 25 Laps…
1. Sauter
2. Johnson
3. Bickle
4. Murgic
5. Wilberg
6. Luedtke
7. Anderson
8. LaMonte
9. Spoonmore
10. Way
11. Kendall
12. Breiner
5:33
Comment From James 

I don’t know how you stop cranberry dominance.

5:31
Think Sauter will get his ninth win? Or will we see a new winner?
5:30
Two minutes remaining in the break. Drivers are starting to buckled in their cars.
5:29
Less than four minutes to go in the break.
5:28
Hearing possible rear end issue.
5:28
Comment From MDB 

Any word on what happened to kocourek?

5:28
Crews working on the cars.(Speed51.com Photo)
5:23
Field rundown at the break

1. Sauter
2. Johnson
3. Bickle
4. Murgic
5. Wilberg
6. Luedtke
7. Anderson
8. LaMonte
9. Spoonmore
10. Way
11. Kendall
12. Breiner
13. Brown (Off)
14. Potter (Off)
15. Rubeck (Off)
16. Kocourek (Off)
17. Nottestad (Off)
18. Bauer (Off)
19. Olson (Off)
20. Corso (Off)

5:20
Brown goes to the pits.
5:19
We have come to the competition yellow. After Brown crossed the line, there was a puff of smoke coming out of his car.
5:19
Lap 75: Full field goes across the line. Brown may have a problem with his engine.
5:18
Lap 71: Sauter, Johnson, Bickle, Murgic, Wilberg, Luedtke, Brown, Anderson, LaMonte, Spoonmore, Way, Kendall, Breiner
5:17
Lap 70: Five laps away from the break.
5:17
Lap 68: Sauter has a 2.369 second lead on Johnson. Battle for sixth as Luedtke hits the chrome horn on Brown, gets by him for the position.
5:16
Lap 66: Murgic and Bickle still battle. Bickle gets a good run out of two and gets ahead of Murgic.
5:15
Lap 65: Ten laps away from the competition break.
5:15
Lap 64: Neither Murgic or Bickle are giving up the spot. Still a great battle for third.
5:15
Lap 61: Murgic has a bumper lead on Bickle at the line for third.
5:14
Lap 60: Bickle holding on to third for now on Murgic. Wilberg is waiting to see who wins this one.
5:13
Lap 58: Murgic has the inside line on Bickle going into turn three. Battle for third.
5:13
Lap 56: Sauter leads. Johnson goes back to second. Bickle in third with Murgic all over his bumper. Wilberg enters the top five.
5:13
GREEN: Bickle was the first to choose the outside. He tried to make a run on Sauter, but is falling back.
5:12
Top Ten:
Sauter
Johnson
Bickle
Murgic
Brown
Wilberg
Luedtke
Anderson
LaMonte
Kendall

14 cars on track.

5:11
Breiner gets assistance after his spin. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:11
Sauter had a 3.380 second lead until the caution flew.
5:10
Lap 55: Caution flies as Breiner spins on the frontstretch. Gently tags the inside wall.
5:08
Lap 53. Smoke appears from the back of Rubeck’s car. He pulls off to the infield.
5:08
Halfway

Sauter
Johnson
Murgic
Rubeck
Brown
Wilberg
Luedtke
Anderson
Kendall
LaMonte
Breiner
Spoonmore
Way
Potter
Kocourek
Nottestad
Bauer
Olson
Corso

5:07
Lap 50: Rubeck goes to the inside of Brown and takes over fifth.
5:07
Lap 48: Sauter is out on a Sunday drive. 2.064 second lead over Johnson. Bickle has a car length on Murgic for third. Brown is fifth.
5:06
Lap 44: Kocourek has smoke coming out of his car going into turn one. He floats up high, field goes by. He has some right front damage.
5:05
Lap 43: Sauter builds up to a 0.863 second lead over Johnson. Murgic is chasing down Bickle for third.
5:04
Lap 40:
Sauter
Johnson
Bickle
Murgic
Brown
Rubeck
Kocourek
Wilberg
Anderson
Luedtke
5:03
Lap 39: Murgic gets around Brown and moves to fourth.
5:03
GREEN: Sauter gets a good run out of turn two. Johnson tucks in behind Sauter. Bickle to third.
5:02
One to go and we are back to green.
5:02
Top five…

Sauter
Johnson
Brown
Bickle
Rubeck

5:00
Nottestad may have a tire going down, he goes to the pits.
5:00
Lap 37: Bickle gets around Nottestad and goes to fourth. Murgic follows. Nottestad spins in turn four. Caution is out.
4:59
GREEN: Johnson trying to get the lead on the outside but Sauter is strong on the outside and goes back to the top spot. Brown goes to third.
4:58
Sauter and Johnson will lead the field back to green in one lap.
4:57
Caution Lap 35: Breiner spins to the infield in turn two.
4:56
Lap 32: Sauter, Johnson, Nottestad, Brown, Rubeck
4:55
Lap 30: Sauter goes to the inside of Johnson going down the backstretch and will take over the top spot going into turn three.
4:54
GREEN: Johnson gets the edge out of turn two. Johnson leads at the line.
4:54
Comment From James 

Can’t wait to see the final round of Triple Crown in September… I don’t know how T. Sauter does it! What a great show he put on last time. Domination.

4:53
Rundown

Johnson
Sauter
Nottestad
Brown
Anderson
Murgic
Rubeck
Bickle
Kocourek
Luedtke
Kendall
Wilberg
Bauer
Way
LaMonte
Olson
Breiner
Spoonmore
Potter
Corso (off)

4:51
CAUTION Lap 29: Kelsey Bauer spins in turn four. LaMonte comes to a stop before hitting her.
4:51
Lap 28: 0.764 seconds separate the top two of Johnson and Sauter.
4:50
Lap 26: Sauter easily gets by Nottestad and goes to second.
4:50
Lap 25: Sauter is within three car lengths of Nottestad. Johnson continues to lead.
4:49
Lap 22: Sauter is chasing down the leaders. Only 0.8 second between him and Nottestad now.
4:49
Lap 20: 1.8 seconds separate Nottestad in second and Travis Sauter in third. Travis is trying to complete a family sweep this weekend. His father Tim Sauter won the Detjens Memorial last night at State Park Speedway.
4:48
Lap 19: Johnson, Nottestad, Sauter, Brown, Anderson, Rubeck , Murgic, Bickle, Luedtke, Kocourek.
4:47
Lap 18: Johnson gets a few car lengths between him and Nottestad up front.
4:47
Lap 17: 2.3 seconds separate Nottestad in second to Sauter in third.
4:47
Lap 15: Johnson continues to lead Nottestad. Sauter goes to the inside of Brown going into turn three. He is up to third.
4:46
lap 13: Nottestad has caught the back bumper of Johnson. Those two have broke away from Brown. Sauter gets by Anderson for fourth.
4:45
Lap 10: Johnson, Nottestad, Brown, Anderson, Sauter, Rubeck, Bickle, Murgic, Luedtke, Kocourek
4:45
Lap 9: Johnson, Nottestad goes to second, Brown, Anderson, Sauter goes by Rubeck for fifth.
4:44
Lap 7: Sauter already on the move, looking at taking sixth away from Bickle. Gets the spot and is chasing down Rubeck.
4:44
Lap 6: Johnson has the edge on the preferred inside line and takes back the top spot. Rick Corso pulls into the pits.
4:43
GREEN: Brown making a run on the outside for the lead.
4:43
One lap away from going back to green. Johnson and Brown on the front row.
4:42
Cone is out and the field will choose a lane for the double file restart.
4:41
Rundown

Johnson
Brown
Anderson
Nottestad
Rubeck
Luedtke
Sauter
Murgic
Way
Bauer
Wilberg
Kocourek
Kendall
Breiner
Potter
Corso
Olson
Spoonmore
LaMonte

4:40
Right before that, Blake Brown was able to get around Anderson and go to second.
4:39
Lap 4: Caution as Gary LaMonte goes for a spin in turn four.
4:39
Lap 3: Outside line is moving as it appears Jeff Way is holding up the inside line.
4:39
Lap 2: Johnson takes the lead. Anderson, Brown, Rubeck, Nottestad, Bickle.
4:38
GREEN: Johnson gets the edge on Anderson coming out of turn two.
4:38
One to go to green.
4:36
Field is rolling and they will get to wave to the fans.
4:35
Comment From wrenchman78 

come on Mr. December

4:35
Engines have fired at MIS, we will go 100 laps.
4:28
Comment From Brian P.

Go Bickle!!

4:27
Comment From Dede

I think Blake Brown will break his streak!!!!!!!!

4:27
Starting field. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:24
Field is being introduced to the fans now.
4:22
Comment From Guest 

Travis Sauter will definitely be a contender… Look for him to move up through the field real fast.

4:22
Comment From Lenny 

Bickle wins

4:22
Triple Crown 100
Starting Lineup

1. 5 – Casey Johnson
2. 4 – Thor Anderson
3. 61 – Steve Rubeck
4. 71 – Blake Brown
5. 2 – Dale Nottestad
6. 68 – Jeff Way
7. 7 – Kelsey Bauer
8. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
9. 88 – Rick Corso
10. 43 – Matt Kocourek
11. 11 – Bobby Kendall
12. 6 – Austin Luedtke
13. 13 – Mikie Breiner
14. 5 – Travis Sauter
15. 63 – Gary LaMonte
16. 12 – Nick Murgic
17. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
18. 28 – Bobby Wilberg
19. 24 – Jim Olson
20. 57 – Landry Potter

4:18
How many think Travis Sauter will pick up another win today or will someone else stop his personal streak of eight wins here at MIS? Who will that be?
4:14
There will be a break sometime between lap 60-75 in the 100-lap event.
4:13
Up next…the Triple Crown 100 for the Super Late Models
4:12
Legends Feature
Results

1. Aaron Moyer
2. Cory Talaska
3. Johnny Kringas
4. Austin Kunert
5. Max McNamara
6. Todd Schmitz
7. Kevin Griffin
8. Kyle Vergata
9. Shelby Berlin
10. Matt Berlin
11. Jordan Wendt
12. Vince Bartolotta

4:09
Seven laps to go, caution flies after Kevin Griffin spins in turn two. Aaron Moyer leads with Talaska in second and Bartolotta in third. Johnny Kringas and Max McNamara round out the top five.
4:05
Kevin Griffin leads with Cory Talaska in second and Aaron Moyer in third. Vince Bartolotta is fourth and Max McNamara is fifth.
4:04
10 laps are completed in the Legend feature. Caution comes out as Austin Kunert spins in turns three and four.
4:04
Comment From Dede 

C’mon Blake go get’em! Listening from Hammond, Ind today 🙂

4:01
Today’s coverage is part of Speed51.com’s coverage of the Wisconsin Grand Slam Weekend presented by Al-Kul Performance Radiators in Marshfield, WI. Al-Kul Performance Radiators makes hi-pressure race radiators, race radiators, custom hot rod radiators, trucks – street or off-road radiators and radiator system components. For more information, please visit www.al-kul.com or call 715-387-4002.
4:01
Get ready for an exciting night as one of the top Super Late Model series will share the stage with the most popular and talked shows on cable television today. The ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS will be in action with a 125-lap main event. Plus there will also be an appearance by Willie and Korie Robertson and more from the A&E hit Duck Dynasty. For more information, please visitwww.berlinraceway.com.
3:52
Legend feature is out next.
3:48
John Wood in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:48
John Wood (Speed51.com Photo)
3:47
The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
3:47
Midwest Truck Feature
Unofficial Results

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

3:46
Great three truck battle for third between Jones, Oertel and Murphy. Murphy spins in turn four. Oertel will get third with Jones in fourth. Decker is fifth.
3:45
CHECKERS: John Wood wins with his brother Jerry in second.
3:45
WHITE: John Wood has a 2.517 second lead.
3:45
Two laps to go: John Wood has a big lead as Jerry Wood secures but will run out of time to catch his brother.
3:44
Lap 26: John Wood now has a 2.507 second lead. Jerry Wood has the edge on Murphy for second.
3:44
Lap 25: Jerry Wood has the edge on Murphy for second.
3:43
Lap 23: John Wood’s lead is now up to 1.863 seconds as his brother Jerry is trying to clear Murphy for third.
3:43
Lap 21: Jerry Wood goes to the inside of Murphy to battle for second. John Wood’s lead is now 1.094 seconds.
3:42
Lap 20: John Wood, Murphy, Jerry Wood, Jones, Decker, Oertel, James, Corvo, Knaus (off)
3:41
Lap 18: Jerry Wood makes another run on Jones for third.
3:41
Lap 17: John Wood is out to a 0.489 second lead over Murphy. Jones holds off Jerry Wood for now.
3:41
Lap 15: Jerry Wood goes to the inside of Jones for third.
3:40
Lap 14: Top four breakaway from the rest of the field. John Wood, Murphy, Jones and Jerry Wood.
3:40
Lap 13: John Wood, Murphy, Jones, Jerry Wood, Natalie Decker, Oertel, James, Corvo
3:39
Lap 11: Knaus is off the pace and heads to the pits.
3:39
Lap 10: John Wood, Murphy, Jones, Knaus, Jerry Wood, James, Decker, Oertel, Corvo
3:39
Lap 9: Murphy goes to second on the outside while Jones goes inside of Knaus for third.
3:38
Lap 7: John Wood takes the lead on the outside from Knaus. Murphy trying to follow John Wood.
3:38
GREEN: Knaus and John Wood challenge for the top spot. Jones thinking three-wide but doesn’t.
3:37
Flagman didn’t like the restart. We will try again.
3:37
It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Last year, Erik Jones made a bold outside pass on Kyle Busch to win his first Derby. It will be a who’s who of Late Model stars from all across North America. Make your plans now to be a part of this incredible event. For more information, visit www.snowballderby.com.
3:35
Lap 7: Wood goes to seventh. CAUTION: Decker and Oertel get together in turn two. Decker spins to bring out the yellow.
3:34
Lap 5: Knaus continues to lead with Jones in second and John Wood in third. Murphy is fourth. Jerry Wood challenging James for fifth.
3:34
Lap 3 of 30: Knaus, Jones, John Wood, Murphy, James, Jerry Wood, Decker, Oertel, Corvo
3:33
Lap 2: Knaus has the edge on the outside and takes the lead from Jones going down the backstretch.
3:33
GREEN: Jones and Knaus battle for the top spot.
3:32
Where is everyone watching us from today?
3:32
One to go to green.
3:31
Truck field has been introduced and the field is rolling.
3:26
The 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup weekend provides three great days of racing action on the popular half-mile oval in central Florida on October 24-26. The Governor’s Cup 200 on Saturday, October 26. Thursday, October 24 will highlight Sportsman, Super Stocks, Pro-Trucks,and Strictly Stocks. Friday, October 25 will include the Pro Late Models 100, Mini-Stocks 50 and E-Modifieds 50. Find out more by visiting www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org.
3:25
Midwest Trucks Starting Lineup

1. 11 – Andy Jones
2. 67 – Chad Knaus
3. 30 – Joshua James
4. 72 – John Wood
5. 73 – Jerry Wood
6. 85 – Camden Murphy
7. 2 – Justin Oertel
8. 3 – Natalie Decker
9. 26 – Mike Corvo

3:20
Congrats to (Insert Driver Name) here for winning the Brickyard 400. Great Job!
3:19
The Midwest Truck feature will be out first, followed by the Legends then the Super Late Model 100-lap event.
3:19
It is one of the crown jewel Super Late Model events in the country. The 42nd Annual Winchester 400 will take place on October 11-12-13 at the high-banked Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Some of the biggest Super Late Model stars from all across the U.S.A. will be “gunning” their way to victory lane. Advance ticket sale forms are available at www.winchesterspeedway.com.
3:17
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will make the trek to Monroe, WA on Saturday, August 17 for the NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Evergreen Speedway. Derek Thorn, Michael Self, Cameron Hayley, Greg Pursley and the other stars of K&N Pro Series West will be competing on the popular 5/8-mile oval. Fans are also invited to the K&N Fanfest on Friday, August 16. For more information, please visitwww.evergreenspeedway.com.
3:17
Triple Crown 100
Starting Lineup

1 4 Thor Anderson
2 5 Casey Johnson
3 71 Blake Brown
4 61 Steve Rubeck
5 68 Jeff Way
6 2 Dale Nottestad
7 45 Rich Bickle Jr.
8 7 Kelsey Bauer
9 43 Matt Kocourek
10 88 Rick Corso
11 6 Austin Luedtke
12 11 Bobby Kendall
13 5 Travis Sauter
14 13 Mikie Breiner
15 12 Nick Murgic
16 63 Gary LaMonte
17 28 Bobby Wilberg
18 22 Jeremy Spoonmore
19 24 Jim Olson
20 57 Landry Potter

3:08
Checkers: Anderson, Brown, Way, Bickle, Kocourek, Luedtke, Sauter, Murgic, Wilberg, Olson
3:08
WHITE: Anderson has a big lead. Brown goes to second.
3:08
Lap 9: Sauter goes by Murgic for seventh.
3:07
Lap 8: Anderson, Way, Brown, Bickle, Kocourek, Luedtke, Murgic, Sauter, Wilberg, Olson
3:07
Lap 7: Brown gets by Bickle for third.
3:06
Lap 6: Anderson, Way, Bickle, Brown, Kocourek, Murgic, Olson, Sauter, Wilberg
3:06
Lap 5: Kocourek goes to fifth.
3:06
Lap 4: Anderson gets the lead. Way in second. Brown and Bickle battle for third.
3:05
Lap 3: Way and Anderson continue to battle for the top spot. Bickle to third. Brown is fourth. Brown on the inside of Bickle.
3:05
GREEN: Way and Anderson battle for the top spot.
3:04
Odd Heat Lineup

1. 4 – Thor Anderson
2. 68 – Jeff Way
3. 24 – Jim Olson
4. 45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
5. 43 – Matt Kocourek
6. 71 – Blake Brown
7. 12 – Nick Murgic
8. 6 – Austin Luedtke
9. 28 – Bobby Wilberg
10. 5 – Travis Sauter

3:03
1. Johnson
2. Rubeck
3. Nottestad
4. Bauer
5. Corso
6. Kendall
7. Breiner
8. LaMonte
9. Spoonmore
10. Potter
3:02
CHECKERS: Casey Johnson will start on the outside of 100-lapper.
3:02
White is out for Johnson.
3:02
Lap 10: Johnson, Rubeck, Nottestad, Bauer, Corso
3:01
Lap 9: Johnson inside Rubeck and goes to the lead.
3:01
Lap 8: Johnson on the high side of and goes by Corso and Nottestad to second.
3:00
Lap 5: Rubeck, Corso, Nottestad, Johnson, Bauer, Breiner, Potter, Kendall, Spoonmore, LaMonte
3:00
Lap 4: Breiner going backwards. Rubeck is being chased down by Corso.
2:59
Lap 3: Bauer goes to third. Nottestad follows. Rubeck leads with Corso in second.
2:59
Lap 2: Corso goes to second. Breiner is third. Bauer is fourth challenging Breiner.
2:58
GREEN: Rubeck gets the lead over Breiner.
2:58
Super Late Model Even Heat

1. 13 – Mikie Breiner
2. 61 – Steve Rubeck
3. 88 – Rick Corso
4. 22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
5. 7 – Kelsey Bauer
6. 57 – Landry Potter
7. 2 – Dale Nottestad
8. 63 – Gary LaMonte
9. 5 – Casey Johnson
10. 11 – Bobby Kendall

2:56
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.
2:56
Super Late Model Odd/Even dashes are coming up next. These will help determine the inside and outside rows for the 100-lap main event.
2:55
Cory Talaska holds off Aaron Moyer and Max McNamara win the second Legend heat.
2:49
Kevin Griffin will win the first Legend heat with Todd Schmitz in second and Kyle Vergata in third.
2:44
Legends are up next for their heats.
2:44
John Wood (Speed51.com Photo)
2:44
CHECKERS: John Wood wins with Camden Murphy taking second by a bumper over Jerry Wood. Joshua James is fourth.
2:43
WHITE: Jerry Wood and Murphy still battle for second.
2:43
Lap 5: John Wood has a big lead over Murphy. Jerry Wood challenging Murphy for second.
2:42
Lap 3: Top four remains the same.
2:41
Lap 2: John Wood, Murphy, Jerry Wood, James
2:41
GREEN: John Wood jumps out to the lead. Murphy follows and goes to second. Jerry Wood is third. James back to fourth.
2:41
Second Truck heat is out.

1. 30 – Joshua James
2. 72 – John Wood
3. 73 – Jerry Wood
4. 85 – Camden Murphy

2:40
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2:38
CHECKERS: Jones, Decker, Oertel, Knaus, Corvo.
2:38
White flag for Andy Jones.
2:38
Lap 6: Jones has a big lead while Decker, Oertel, and Knaus go around Corvo.
2:38
Lap 4: Jones goes to second and will challenge Corvo for the lead as Corvo goes way high in turn two. Jones goes to the lead.
2:37
Lap 3: Jones and Decker continue to battle for the second spot.
2:37
Lap 2: Corvo leads with Jones on the inside of Decker for second.
2:36
GREEN: Corvo takes Decker up high in turn two and takes the lead.
2:35
First race will be a Truck Heat

1. 26 – Mike Corvo
2. 3 – Natalie Decker
3. 2 – Justin Oertel
4. 11 – Andy Jones
5. 67 – Chad Knaus

2:32
The opening ceremonies have concluded. We will get racing shortly.
2:27
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2:21
Today is not the finale. That will be in September.
2:21
Comment From Guest

Where does casey have to finish to take the title?

2:16
Comment From Julie N.

Good Luck Murgic Racing Team!

2:16
Comment From Lenny

Go Natalie Decker

2:10
Racing will begin at 2:30pm
2:10
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2:08
Not sure…best to watch for tech notes at www.arcamidwesttour.com.
2:08
Comment From Guest 

Will more teams run the midwest or cra rules in two weeks at madison? At toledo all but 3 cars ran the cra rules.

2:01
Madison Triple Crown 100
Qualifying Results

1 5 Travis Sauter 17.413
2 11 Bobby Kendall 17.495
3 28 Bobby Wilberg 17.507
4 5 Casey Johnson 17.518
5 6 Austin Luedtke 17.573
6 63 Gary LaMonte 17.631
7 12 Nick Murgic 17.672
8 2 Dale Nottestad 17.698
9 71 Blake Brown 17.721
10 57 Landry Potter 17.723
11 43 Matt Kocourek 17.799
12 7 Kelsey Bauer 17.880
13 45 Rich Bickle Jr. 17.912
14 22 Jeremy Spoonmore 17.961
15 24 Jim Olson 17.967
16 88 Rick Corso 17.969
17 68 Jeff Way 17.974
18 61 Steve Rubeck 18.079
19 4 Thor Anderson 18.119
20 13 Mikie Breiner 18.145

1:59
68 – Jeff Way (re-qualifying)
Lap 1: 17.995
Lap 2: 17.974
Best: 17.974

There was an issue the first time he was out. Got to re-qualify

1:58
28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1: 17.671
Lap 2: 17.507
Best: 17.507
1:56
24 – Jim Olson
Lap 1: 18.255
Lap 2: 17.967
Best: 17.967
1:55
22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
Lap 1: 18.079
Lap 2: 17.961
Best: 17.961
1:54
13 – Mikie Breiner
Lap 1: 18.211
Lap 2: 18.145
Best: 18.145
1:53
12 – Nick Murgic
Lap 1: 17.749
Lap 2: 17.672
Best: 17.672
P6
1:52
11 – Bobby Kendall
Lap 1: 17.717
Lap 2: 17.495
Best: 17.495
P2
1:51
7 – Kelsey Bauer
Lap 1: 18.023
Lap 2: 17.880
Best: 17.880
1:50
Kelsey Bauer (Speed51.com Photo)
1:50
6 – Austin Luedtke
Lap 1: 17.898
Lap 2: 17.573
Best: 17.573
P3
1:49
5 – Travis Sauter
Lap 1: 17.537
Lap 2: 17.413
Best: 17.413
P1
1:48
5 – Casey Johnson
Lap 1: 17.614
Lap 2: 17.518
Best: 17.518
P1
1:47
4 – Thor Anderson
Lap 1: (Spins off of turn two) 1:05.799
Lap 2: 18.119
Best: 18.119
1:45
2 – Dale Nottestad
Lap 1: 17.793
Lap 2: 17.698
Best: 17.698
P2
1:44
88 – Rick Corso
Lap 1: 18.105
Lap 2: 17.969
Best: 17.969
P6
1:43
71 – Blake Brown
Lap 1: 17.803
Lap 2: 17.721
Best: 17.721
P2
1:42
68 – Jeff Way
Lap 1: 18.397
Lap 2: 18.120
Best: 18.120
1:41
63 – Gary LaMonte
Lap 1: 17.843
Lap 2: 17.631
Best: 17.631
P1
1:40
61 – Steve Rubeck
Lap 1: 18.095
Lap 2: 18.079
Best: 18.079
P4
1:39
57 – Landry Potter
Lap 1: 17.827
Lap 2: 17.723
Best: 17.723
P1
1:39
Landry Potter (Speed51.com Photo)
1:38
45 – Rich Bickle Jr
Lap 1: 17.899
Lap 2: 17.912
Best: 17.912
1:37
43 – Matt Kocourek
Lap 1: 17.889
Lap 2: 17.799
Best: 17.799
1:36
Super Late is now out for qualifying.
1:35
Just told that 20 cars will be qualifying for the Super Lates.
1:35
Midwest Trucks Qualifying Results

1 85 Camden Murphy 18.972
2 73 Jerry Wood 19.039
3 72 John Wood 19.053
4 30 Joshua James 19.083
5 67 Chad Knaus 19.144
6 11 Andy Jones 19.156
7 2 Justin Oertel 19.163
8 3 Natalie Decker 19.308
9 26 Mike Corvo 19.383

1:34
30 – Joshua James
Lap 1: 19.257
Lap 2: 19.083
Best: 19.083
1:33
26 – Mike Corvo
Lap 1: 19.518
Lap 2: 19.383
Best: 19.383
1:33
Mike Corvo (Speed51.com Photo)
1:33
11 – Andy Jones
Lap 1: 19.252
Lap 2: 19.156
Best: 19.156
1:32
3 – Natalie Decker
Lap 1: 19.496
Lap 2: 19.308
Best: 19.308
1:31
2 – Justin Oertel
Lap 1: 19.428
Lap 2: 19.163
Best: 19.163
1:30
85 – Camden Murphy
Lap 1: 19.207
Lap 2: 18.972
Best: 18.972
1:29
73 – Jerry Wood
Lap 1: 19.274
Lap 2: 19.039
Best: 19.039
1:29
72 – John Wood
Lap 1: 19.366
Lap 2: 19.053
Best: 19.053
1:28
67 – Chad Knaus (no…not the crew chief)
Lap 1: 19.607
Lap 2: 19.144
Best: 19.144
1:25
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1:23
Midwest Trucks are up next.
1:23
Moyer’s new track record of 13.807 is today’s fast time. 12 Legends qualified.
1:19
One note about that track record, that was with a 2bbl carb. They can use a 4bbl carb today.
1:18
Super Late Model track record is 17.245 set by Chris Wimmer in 2012.
1:18
Aaron Moyer just set a new track record in the Legends with a 13.807. Old record was 13.868.
1:15
Qualifying is about to get underway. The Legends will be the first out.
1:12
Blake Brown was fifth in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:09
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1:02
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1:01
Andy Jones got his first Truck win at State Park Speedway on Friday night. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:00
Practice has ended for all divisions.

Casey Johnson was the fastest overall with a time of 17.603. Nick Murgic was second with a 17.621 and Travis Sauter was third with a 17.626. 18 Super Lates practiced today.

12:58
Rich Bickle Jr. wants another MIS win. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:57
Austin Luedtke (Speed51.com Photo)
12:56
Travis Sauter hopes to continue his win streak. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:55
Super Lates are out for a quick scuff session before we go qualifying.
12:48
A few Midwest Trucks came on track for practice. Legends are back out.
12:45
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.
12:42
1. Johnson 17.603
2. Murgic 17.621
3. Sauter 17.626
4. Nottestad 17.708
5. Brown 17.740
6. Anderson 17.756
7. LaMonte 17.785
8. Kendall 17.878
9. Potter 18.002
10. Kocourek 18.005
11. Corso 18.012
12. Luedtke 18.041
13. Bickle 18.077
14. Bauer 18.194
15. Olson 18.421

So far have been out this session.

12:39
Thor Anderson jumps into the top six with a time of 17.756.
12:38
Could Chris Wimmer’s track record of 17.245 be in jeopardy today? The conditions are about the same when he set the record in May 2012.
12:38
Casey Johnson jumps up to the top of the charts with a 17.603.
12:35
Dale Nottestad goes to third with a time of 17.708.
12:35
We haven’t seen a breakdown…but pretty sure that he has to work at it.
12:34
Comment From Noble 

Not sure how points work can anyone pass johnson?

12:34
Top Five so far this session…

1. Murgic 17.621
2. Sauter 17.626
3. LaMonte 17.785
4. Johnson 17.818
5. Brown 17.867

12:28
Super Lates are back out.

5 – Travis Sauter
7 – Kelsey Bauer
5 – Casey Johnson
6 – Austin Luedtke
11 – Bobby Kendall

12:27
Aaron Moyer was at the top of the charts in the last Legends session with a 13.780.
12:26
Casey Johnson won round one, Travis Sauter won round two. Sauter was not in the first event.
12:25
Current Triple Crown Series Standings

1. Casey Johnson 208
2. Rich Bickle Jr. 180
3. Nick Murgic 174
4. Blake Brown 163
5. Gary LaMonte 159
6. Steve Rubeck 132
7. Matt Kocourek 129
8. Jeremy Spoonmore 128
9. Bobby Kendall 127
10. Landry Potter 119

12:20
Legends are out for their third session.
12:19
Chad Knaus was the fastest in Midwest Trucks with a time of 18.914. Got some sun over the track now.
12:15
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12:15
Thanks for joining us. For us in Wisconsin, this is our fourth straight day at the third different track.
12:14
Comment From Gary 

Thanks for the coverage again. I would say you guys been busy the last few days. Can’t make it to the tracks so following It on Speed 51.

12:14
Trucks are back out.
12:14
Fastest lap so far this session is 17.671, but not sure who has that. We can see Kocourek is fifth fastest with a 17.923.
12:13
So far 18 Super lates have practiced this session. There is an issue with their timing/scoring where we see times but drivers names are matching them.
12:08
Mostly cloudy with a few breaks. Track could be fast today.
12:08
Comment From MDB 

What’s the weather lookin like? Good cloud cover?!

12:07
On track now…

43 – Matt Kocourek
4 – Thor Anderson
6 – Austin Luedtke
24 – JIm Olson
88 – Rick Corso
45 – Rich Bickle Jr.
71 – Blake Brown
2 – Dale Nottestad
7 – Kelsy Bauer

12:06
Haven’t seen him on track yet.
12:06
Comment From Dean 

is Jamie Wallace racing today?

12:02
Super Lates are back on track.

11 – Bobby Kendall
22 – Jeremy Spoonmore
61 – Steve Rubeck
7 – Kelsey Bauer
57 – Landry Potter
5 – Travis Sauter
71 – Blake Brown
63 – Gary LaMonte
68 – Jeff Way
12 – Nick Murgic

are on track.

12:00
Cory Talaska was the fastest in Legends practice with a 13.905.
11:54
Legend cars are on track now. They race on the quarter-mile.
11:53
Camden Murphy has the fast times in the Trucks so far with a time of 19.047
Jerry Wood was second with a 19.118.
11:52
Comment From Lenny 

yep

11:52
So far 18 Super Lates have practiced and nine trucks.
11:51
Lenny are you on yet?
11:49
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11:49
Chad Knaus loops it in turns one and two, re-fires and keeps going.
11:48
Midwest Trucks on track now…

67 – Chad Knaus (no not that one)
3 – Natalie Decker
30 – Joshua James
72 – John Wood
11 – Andy Jones
73 – Jerry Wood
26 – Mike Corvo
2 – Ryan Oertel
85 – Camden Murphy

11:47
First round of practice is complete for the Super Late Models. Midwest Trucks are on track. Murgic was the fastest with his time of 17.665.
11:43
4 – Thor Anderson comes on track.
11:42
On track now for practice…

11 – Bobby Kendall
5 – Casey Johnson
71 – Blake Brown
88 – Rick Corso
6 – Austin Luedtke
57 – Landry Potter
68 – Jeff Way

11:41
Sauter is looking for his ninth straight feature win at Madison. The last eight times he has competed at MIS, he has won. We believe he may have broken a streak set by the late Joe Shear in 1982, when he won seven features in a row back when the track was called Capital Super Speedway.
11:39
We are already seeing some fast times in early practice. Nick Murgic has already put down a lap of 17.665. Travis Sauter has a fast lap of 17.686 and Gary LaMonte has a 17.742.
11:38
It is a cool partly cloudy day with temps in the high 60’s.
11:37
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11:37
Good morning from Madison International Speedway in Oregon, Wisconsin for the third round of the Triple Crown Series for the Super Late Models. Practice just got underway at Wisconsin’s Fastest Half Mile Oval.
11:36
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Trackside Now – Madison Triple Crown Series – Madison Int’l Speedway (WI) – 7/28/13