11:26
Thank you to everyone for logging in tonight’s for our coverage and congrats to Jon McKennedy for his hometrack victory at Lee USA Speedway (NH). Stayed tuned to Speed51.com later this week for photo galleries and 51 Leftovers from tonight’s race. 
11:25
Comment From Jim Verge 

Outstanding Job! Thank You for a Third Time! 🙂 

11:25

1. Jon McKennedy
2. Dwight Jarvis
3. Jimmy Kuhn, Jr.
4. Andy Seuss
5. Rowan Pennink
6. Joey Jarvis
7. Louie Mechalides
8. Kirk Alexander
9. Joe Doucette
10. Les Hinckley
11. Jacob Dore
12. Doug Coby
13. Eddy Spiers
14. Todd Annarummo
15. Mike Ordway, Jr.
16. Kenny White, Jr.
17. Norm Wrenn
18. Rob Goodenough
19. Ken Barry
20. David Cranmer
21. Jack Bateman
22. Jimmy Dolan
23. Eric Hudson
24. Max Zachem 
11:22
Here are the unofficial results of the Port City 100 Modified Racing Series event: 
11:22
Comment From guest 

GREAT coverage guys. Thank you!!!! 

11:22
Comment From Jim Verge 

I know! I’ve been flipping between the two of you! 🙂 

10:20
Time for a break as I go down and talk to the drivers for some post-race stories. 
10:19
Denise also does a great job over at MSS. 
10:19
Comment From Jim Verge 

This was my first time here. I, when it was going on, would get on the Mod series scene live updates. 

10:19
Comment From Jim Verge 

You do a GREAT JOB! Thank You Again! 

10:19
Comment From Pete 

Good call all the way from Korea! 

10:19
Jimmy Kuhn, Andy Seuss and Rowan Pennink are the unofficial remainder of the top five. 
10:18
Dwight Jarvis found some late race speed to close up to McKennedy near the end, but it wasn’t enough and he had to settle for second place. 
10:18
Jon McKennedy has won. 
10:17
Two laps to go. 
10:17
Comment From different mike rowe 

go jon go!!!! thats my cousin! 

10:17
Todd Annarummo has been lapped. 
10:16
We are at lap 95 of 100. 
10:16
Without a caution or something going wrong, it doesn’t look like anyone will catch Jon McKennedy. 
10:16
We are at lap 93. 
10:16
He’ll need a caution. 
10:16
Comment From Jim Verge 

Does Andy have a shot at it or, is he too far back? 

10:15
Rowan Pennink is up to fifth. 
10:15
There are now 10 laps to go. 
10:15
Doug Coby is about to get lapped. 
10:15
Kenny White, Jr. is now a lap down. 
10:14
Comment From Jim Verge 

Thank You for bringing this race to those of us that could not make it tonight. Maybe we’ll see you at the Seekonk Open Show! 

10:14
Norm Wrenn and Rob Goodenough have gone a lap down. 
10:14
We are at lap 85 of 100. 
10:14
The leader is in heavy lapped traffic. 
10:13
Jimmy Kuhn and Andy Seuss have gotten around Louie Mechalides. 
10:13
Jon McKennedy has pulled away from Dwight Jarvis and then there is a big gap back to third and beyond. 
10:12
We are at the 80-lap mark. 
10:12
Ken Barry is now a lap down. 
10:12
Comment From different mike rowe 

if you pay your taxes, thank you for paying me! 

10:12
Comment From Showtime 

THANK YOU to anyone serving our country. 

10:12
Andy Seuss might have the fastest car on the track right now. 
10:12
Dwight Jarvis runs second and is followed by Louie Mechalides, Jimmy Kuhn and Andy Seuss. 
10:11
Jon McKennedy is the new leader at lap 74. 
10:10
Jon McKennedy is right on the leader’s rear bumper. 
10:10
Joey Jarvis is now up to fifth. 
10:09
We are currently at lap 68. 
10:09
Joe Doucette has gone a lap down. 
10:09
Jon McKennedy has pulled away from Louie Mechalides and is closing in on leader Dwight Jarvis. 
10:08
If you are over in Korea serving in the armed forces, thank you for your service to our country. 
10:08
Comment From different mike rowe 

thanks from korea! 

10:08
He’s in the middle of the top ten currently. 
10:07
Comment From guest 

How’s Jake Dore doing? 

10:07
Jon McKennedy has now moved under Louie Mechalides for second place. 
10:07
Dwight Jarvis is pulling away with the lead. 
10:07
McKennedy and Les Hinckley seem to be saving their cars pretty well. 
10:06
Comment From different mike rowe 

any cars look like they are taking it easy waiting to make their move? i know Jon McKennedy loves to wait till the end 

10:06
Dwight Jarvis is now back into the lead. 
10:06
Whatever adjustment that Andy Seuss’ team made seems to have worked. He’s passed four cars in just a few laps since the restart. 
10:05
Jon McKennedy is now up to third. 
10:05
Comment From Jim Verge 

I’m using mine 🙂 

10:05
Louie Mechalides has settled into the lead. 
10:05
Dwight Jarvis and Louie Mechalides are battling for the lead. 
10:04
Andy Seuss has just come out of the pits in time for the restart. 
10:04
The field is doubling up for a restart. 
10:04
There is a technical issue right now that is only allowing some comments to be posted while others are filtered or blocked. So if you are asking something, please be patient. 
10:03
Comment From Stat Boy 

Love how all the guest are not using their names… 

10:03
A number of cars are pitting including Todd Annarummo, Andy Seuss, Rob Goodenough, Doug Coby and Norm Wrenn. 
10:02
The word for the caution is that there is a medical emergency and the ambulance needs to be moved to attend to it. 
10:01
This must be a debris caution and it is very possible that Doug Coby shed some parts after his incident. 
10:01
The caution is out on lap 50. 
10:01
oops, lap 50 of 100. 
10:01
We are now at lap 50 or 100. 
10:00
Doug Coby has slid up the track and brushed the turn one wall. He has lost the lead to Dwight Jarvis. 
10:00
Running 10th currently is Kenny White. 
10:00
Dwight Jarvis runs second followed by Louie Mechalides, Les Hinckley, Jacob Dore, Jon McKennedy, Mike Ordway, Jr., Todd Annarummo and Rob Goodenough. 
9:59
We are now working lap 40 and Doug Coby is under no threat for the lead. 
9:58
Doug Coby is pulling away to a big lead as Dwight Jarvis has moved up to second. 
9:57
Comment From Ralph Nason 

The outside has been good at lee this year maybe it’ll come In 

9:57
Doug Coby is now into the lead. 
9:56
We are now at lap 30. 
9:56
Doug Coby is all over Louie Mechalides’ rear bumper. 
9:55
Cute name….No, the trailers are still in the infield and I’m on the ground floor of the turn one press box. 
9:55
Comment From Wob Batson 

They didn’t unload the cars and move out the trailers ? 

9:55
Louie Mechalides got that restart right and now leads again. 
9:54
Andy was not involved in the wreck, but appears to have other issues. He’s still on the lead lap though. 
9:54
Comment From Jim Verge 

Any obvious damage to Andy’s car? 

9:54
We just had one false start and Louie Mechalides was warned not to play restart games again. 
9:53
Kirk Alexander’s team was paying heavy attention to the right side of their car on his pit stop, but he is now back on the track. 
9:53
Andy Seuss has returned to the track. 
9:53
Possibly. The sight lines over the trailers to turn three aren’t very good, so I didn’t see his car involved but it is now in the pits. 
9:53
Comment From Steve Knowlton 

Hudson involved? 

9:52
David Cranmer is pitting as well. 
9:51
Andy Seuss is also in the pits. 
9:51
Kirk Alexander, Rowan Pennink and Joe Doucette are all pitting. 
9:50
The field is now under caution. 
9:50
Jimmy Dolan’s #69 Modified has been towed away from the wreck. 
9:50
We aren’t quite sure who will be scored as the leader on the next restart, but we will keep you posted. 
9:49
Jack Bateman’s #17 has been towed away with heavy right front damage. 
9:47
Jack Bateman is also involved in the wreck. 
9:47
We are at lap 23. 
9:47
Ken Barry, Joe Doucette and many others are involved in this turn three wreck. 
9:47
The red flag is out for a big wreck on the backstretch. 
9:46
Jacob Dore now leads. 
9:46
Jacob Dore looked for the lead under Louie Mechalides, but it didn’t work. Dore’s loss of momentum allowed Les Hinckley to move up to second. 
9:45
Mike Ordway, Jr. back-slid to the fifth position. 
9:45
Jacob Dore is now up to second. 
9:44
On the restart, Louie Mechalides used that outside groove to take the lead. 
9:44
Not too much yet. Todd Annarummo and Louie Mechalides have been doing some two-wide racing, but that is about it. The Late Model drivers complained a little bit about the Modified rubber making it a one groove track tonight, but then again they only run eight-inch tires. 
9:43
Comment From Jeff Stevens 

How does the outside groove look. Are they runnin up there.? 

9:43
The cause for the caution has been confirmed as debris on the fronstretch. 
9:42
The caution is out at lap 16, but there is no obvious issue right now. 
9:42
Todd Annarummo is looking to take second place again. 
9:41
Louie Mechalides is back into second. 
9:41
Todd Annarummo is now up to second place. 
9:40
Comment From Bentley Warren 

Could be a good week for the orways. His old man won stafford on tues 

9:40
Mike Ordway, Jr. has pulled away to a strong lead at lap six. 
9:39
Louie Mechalides is now up to second place. 
9:38
Mike Ordway, Jr. shot into the lead on the restart. 
9:38
Max Zachem is still in the pits and appears to be done for the night. 
9:38
Dwight Jarvis will lead the field back to green over Mike Ordway, Jr., Jon McKennedy, Louie Mechalides and Jacob Dore. 
9:37
Unofficially, Andy Seuss has already advanced about five positions in one lap. 
9:36
Comment From Bugsy Stevens 

I’ll take mckeneddy 

9:36
Max Zachem has returned to the pits under his own power. 
9:36
We are still scored at lap one. 
9:36
The caution is out for the slow car of Max Zachem. 
9:36
Mike Ordway, Jr. is hanging tough on the outside though. 
9:35
Green flag – Dwight Jarvis leads into turn one. 
9:35
There will still be Late Model Sportsmen, Small Block Supermodifieds and Hobby Stocks after this main event – so long as the track doesn’t bump against it’s curfew. (Which used to state that events could not start after 11:30pm, but maybe have changed this year). 
9:34
The Modifieds have been fired and are now making their actual pace laps. 
9:34
No. 
9:34
Comment From Jr hanley 

Did they run the supers yet 

9:34
Good point Elgin – these Mods will be the opening act for the Oxford 250 next weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). If you are in Northern New England, this is going to be a “can’t miss” show. 
9:33
Comment From Stat Boy 

Keep up the good work Mike, don’t forget you get to see these guys again at the Oxford 250 next week!!! 

9:33
I think that there was a bit of a lag there between when the question was sent and when I typed everything out. 
9:33
Comment From Guest 

Serious dude? He just gave it to you! 

9:32
We don’t have an official line-up for the race as the officials are in the infield and the press box is in turn one, but there is a rough lineup that I just posted based on eye-balling the calls parked on the frontstretch. Everything should be pretty close to accurate there. 
9:31
Comment From bill adams 

what’s the lineup 

9:31
Starting 21st will be Jimmy Dolan over Norm Wrenn, Andy Seuss and Rob Goodenough. 
9:30
Starting 16th will be Rowan Pennink over Kirk Alexander, Doug Coby, Ken Barry and Joe Doucette. 
9:29
Starting 10th will be Eric Hudson over Jimmy Kuhn, Jr., Eddy Spiers, Jack Bateman and Joey Jarvis. 
9:28
Starting sixth will be Todd Annarummo over Max Zachem, David Cranmer, Les Hinckley and Kenny White, Jr. 
9:28
Dwight Jarvis will lead the field to green over Mike Ordway, Jr., Jon McKennedy, Louie Mechalides and Jacob Dore. 
9:26
The Modified Racing Series field has been stopped on the fronstretch for the National Anthem. 
9:24
Mike Douglas, Jr. and Rob Goodenough have received the provisionals. 
9:21
The Modifieds have hit the track for their pace laps. 
9:15
The 100-lap Modified Racing Series feature is up next. 
9:14
Bryan Kruczek has won the Late Model feature over J.R. Baril, Miles Chipman and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. 
9:12
With five laps to go, the top four are all running bumper-to-bumper in formation. 
9:11
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. has moved into fourth place in the Late Model feature with eight laps to go. 
9:10
At lap 23, Bryan Kruczek leads J.R. Baril, Miles Chipman, Tom Fuller and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. 
9:10
J.R. Baril now runs second in the Late Model feature. 
9:10
Bryan Kruczek has taken the lead of the Late Model feature. 
9:09
A.J. Panessiti appears to have cut a tire after leading much of the early portion of the Late Model feature. 
9:08
Tom Fuller has taken the lead of the Late Model feature. 
9:07
12 laps into the ACT-type Late Model feature, A.J. Panessiti leads Tom Fuller, Pat Floyd, Miles Chipman, Bryan Kruczek, Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and J.R. Baril. 
9:00
The 35-lap Late Model feature is now on the track. This division has a 30-minute time limit. The division uses ACT Late Model rules. 
8:58
Jack Victoria has won the Ironman feature over Glen Billings – who has a really cool Mello Yello “Days of Thunder” paint scheme on his #51 Oldsmobile. 
8:56
The Ironman division is currently on the track right now. This class is made up of front wheel drive V-6 American made cars ranging from Ford Tauruses, Dodge Intrepids, Buick Regals (the newer ones) and even a late 90’s Chevy Malibu. 
8:55
There are a lot of Lee graduates in the MRS field tonight – the roster also includes Jon McKennedy, Andy Seuss, Louie Mechalides and Mike Ordway, Jr. 
8:54
Comment From Mark Malcuit 

Douglas and wrenn both grew up acing at lee 

8:51
Not making the show right now (before provisionals are awarded) are Mike Douglas, Carl Pasteryak, Dennis Perry, Norm Wrenn and Dana Smith. 
8:49
Ken Barry has won the consi race over Andy Seuss, Jimmy Dolan and Joe Doucette. Each of those drivers will transfer into the feature race. 
8:48
There are two laps to go. 
8:48
Andy Seuss is now second. 
8:48
Ken Barry is back in the lead. 
8:47
The cars are crossing over for another restart at lap 11. There will be four laps to go. 
8:47
Strike that, Mike Douglas, Jr. is being scored in the fourth position – which is the final transfer spot. 
8:46
Currently, the transfer spots are being held by Jimmy Dolan (who is now being scored as the leader), Ken Barry, Andy Seuss and Norm Wrenn. 
8:45
Dennis Perry is being black-flagged from dragging sheetmetal on the track. 
8:45
The restart came out and within a lap we went back to caution thanks to a wreck on the frontstretch by Art Heino. 
8:44
Right now, Ken Barry leads Jimmy Dolan, Andy Seuss, Art Heino and Dennis Perry. 
8:43
Norm Wrenn is being black-flagged and sent to the rear of the field on the restart for his role in that incident. 
8:42
Dennis Perry appears to have something dragging under his car under caution. 
8:42
The caution is now out at lap 10. 
8:42
Norm Wrenn and Carl Pastreyak have spun in turn two. 
8:42
Ken Barry has a large lead. 
8:41
Andy Seuss is now up to fifth. 
8:41
We are on lap 8 of 15 currently. 
8:41
Carl Pasteryak is looking under Jimmy Dolan for second place. 
8:41
Ken Barry is now stretching out his lead. 
8:40
Andy Seuss had the start at the rear of the field and at lap four, he is already up to sixth. He’ll need to pass two more cars though to make it into the show. 
8:40
Jimmy Dolan is now up to second place. 
8:40
Ken Barry just emerged from a three-wide battle as the new leader. 
8:39
Carl Pasteryak has taken the lead on the start of the consi event. 
8:38
Mike Douglas, Jr. is back on the track. 
8:38
Dennis Perry’s team is hard at work making repairs to their #76 machine. 
8:37
The top four will advance from this consi into tonight’s feature race. Right now, there are eight cars still on the track. 
8:37
On the start, Mike Douglas, Jr. and Dennis Perry got together with one car actually going airborne for a brief moment. The caution is out and both cars are limping back to the infield pit area. 
8:36
Carl Pasterayk will lead the field to green ahead of Ken Barry, Joe Doucette and Jimmy Dolan. 
8:35
The consi race for the Modified Racing Series is lined up on the track. 
8:35
Chris Pasteryak, the 2008 Modified Racing Series champion, has withdrawn from the event after suffering a broken wrist during a wreck in the first heat race. 
8:34
Comment From Mark Malcuit 

How is he crowd and Is captain sizzle there 

8:33
The stands are about half full, which considering how it is a humid night isn’t too bad. I’m not sure who Captain Sizzle is, but if he is the track clown, he has been sighted throughout the grandstand. 
8:32
No, we don’t have any heat race results or a lineup but we will try to give you some information on the feature race when it takes place. 
8:32
Comment From Mark malcuit 

Any supermod heat results? 

8:29
Lloyd Chapin predicted after winning the first of two Roadrunner feature held tonight that he would be returning to victory lane again this evening. He delivered on that bold prediction by winning the regularly-scheduled Roadrunner feature. 
8:22
We aren’t quite sure why Andy Seuss retired from his first heat race as the infield pit area here is not accessible when racing is underway, but we can tell you that he was having trouble with his kill switch during practice, so that issue could have resurfaced. 
8:21
The starting field tonight will be 24 cars with 18 now locked in after the opening round round of heat races. Another four will transfer from the consi and two provisional starting spots will be awarded as well. Four drivers will go home early. 
8:20
Not making the cut in the third heat race will be Joe Doucette, Dana Smith and Mike Douglas, Jr. 
8:19
Also transferring out of the third heat race were Jacob Dore, David Cranmer, Eric Hudson, Eddy Spiers and Rowan Pennink. 
8:18
Mike Ordway, Jr. has won the third and final MRS heat race. 
8:17
Eric Hudson and Jacob Dore are battling hard for third. 
8:16
Once again, Ordway is pulling away. We are at lap six currently. 
8:16
At lap four, the race has restarted with Mike Ordway, Jr. still leading. 
8:15
We are getting ready for a restart. 
8:13
Rob Goodenough started smoking and then spun on the frontstretch to bring out the caution. He is driving away slowly. 
8:12
Mike Ordway, Jr. is leading by a healthy margin. 
8:12
Right now, Rowan Pennink is stuck in the last position with a fast racecar and two-wide traffic in front of him. 
8:11
Mike Ordway, Jr. pulled out to a big lead at the green flag of the third heat race. 
8:11
David Cranmer and Mike Ordway, Jr. will lead the field to green. 
8:10
The third and final MRS heat race is lined up on the track. 
8:10
Not transferring out of that heat race are Ken Barry, Norm Wrenn, Art Heino and Dennis Perry. 
8:10
Also transferring out of the second heat race were Louie Mechalides, Max Zachem, Doug Coby, Jimmy Kuhn and Joey Jarvis. 
8:09
Kirk Alexander has won the second MRS heat race. 
8:08
On the restart, Kirk Alexander shot into the lead. 
8:07
There is a slight correction – Kirk Alexander is battling with Jimmy Kuhn for the lead and not Ken Barry. Alexander is driving a second Art Barry-owned machine as a teammate to Ken tonight. 
8:07
The green flag came out and the caution returned just as quickly after Dennis Perry spun his #76 Modified. 
8:05
Currently, Jimmy Kuhn leads Ken Barry, Max Zachem, Louie Mechalides and Doug Coby. 
8:04
The caution is out for a spin by Kevin Iannarelli on the backstretch. 
8:03
We are halfway in the second MRS heat race. 
8:03
Ken Barry is right on Jimmy Kuhn’s tail in a battle for the lead. 
8:02
Jimmy Kuhn has taken the early lead in the second MRS heat race. 
8:02
The two drivers from the first heat race who have not transfer yet are Carl Pasteryak and Jimmy Dolan. 
8:01
Comment From Frank 

no pictures???? 

8:01
We’ll have a photo gallery this week on the Speed51.com Facebook page, but tonight there is only one person covering the race, so we have made the decision to bring you up-to-the-moment news from the track instead of being in the infield taking photos. 
8:00
Dwight Jarvis has won the first Modified Racing Series heat race. Also finishing in transfer spots were Jon McKennedy, Todd Annarummo, Les Hinckley, Kenny White and Jack Bateman. 
7:59
Dwight Jarvis is now leading. 
7:59
There are two laps to go in the first heat race. 
7:58
Jon McKennedy has shot under Dwight Jarvis for second. 
7:58
Dwight Jarvis is now trying to pass Todd Annarummo for the lead on the inside. 
7:58
Dwight Jarvis is trying the outside of Todd Annarummo for the lead on lap six of the twelve in the first heat race. 
7:57
Les Hinckley has passed Jack Bateman for a transfer spot. 
7:57
The top six of each heat race will advance directly into the feature. Right now, there are eight cars on the track. 
7:56
Once again, Todd Annarummo leads into turn one. 
7:56
After Bateman, Les Hinckley and Carl Pasteryak are the only other cars on the track as the first heat race is set to restart at lap one. 
7:55
Andy Seuss has pulled onto pit road and parked his Modified. 
7:55
Under caution, Todd Annarummo leads Dwight Jarvis, Kenny White, Jimmy Dolan, Jon McKennedy and Jack Bateman. 
7:53
Chris Pasteryak has heavy front end damage to his Modified and is being towed back to the pit area. 
7:52
Going into turn one on the first lap, Steve Masse and Chris Pasteryak got together and wrecked. Pasteryak hit the outside retaining wall hard, but is okay. His uncle Carl Pasteryak is in the same heat race and pulled up to Chris’ nose under caution to exchange thumbs-ups – making sure that his nephew was uninjured. 
7:50
Todd Annarummo started on the pole and leads the field into turn one of the first heat race. 
7:50
Comment From NASCAR FAN 

Any Tour Mod Guys Runnin Tonite? 

7:49
Doug Coby, Andy Seuss, Chris Pasteryak and Carl Pasteryak are among the 28 entries. 
7:48
The heat races for the Modified Racing Series are set to begin. 
7:23
Full Throttle Racing has won their second feature of the night. This time, it is Sean Martin who has won the Ironman feature event that was delayed from last week. 
7:15
Lloyd Chapin has driven his Full Throttle Racing Mustang to victory in tonight’s first Roadrunner feature over Dana Faulkner’s #17 Ford Pinto (Yes….Pinto) Wagon and Troy Washburn’s Mustang. 
7:11
Eric Hudson is a driver who has seen plenty of action throughout his career at Lee USA Speedway – having been a regular in the track’s old Pro Stock (Super Late Model) and Late Model divisions. Today, he is driving the #02 Newmarket Sand and Gravel Modified. 
7:10
There are 28 Modified Racing Series machines here tonight. In opening practice, Todd Annarummo set the pace with a lap of 14.901 seconds. He was followed by Jimmy Kuhn, Doug Coby, Carl Pasteryak and Mike Douglas, Jr. on the speed charts. 
7:08
Right now, the track is hot with make-up features for the Lee USA Speedway Roadrunner and Ironman divisions. Last week, those events were not able to be run before the track’s curfew, so they were held over for this week. 
6:53
Welcome to Lee USA Speedway (NH) where the Modified Racing Series will spring into action today for a Friday night show – the Port City 100. It is warm and muggy here, but it doesn’t look like showers will be a possibility today.

Trackside Now: Modified Racing Series – Port City 100 – Lee USA Speedway – 7/9/10