8:03
Comment From Kyle McGowan 

Thank you Speed51 for the awesome coverage as always!!!! 

8:00
That wraps up our coverage. Good night from NHMS and congratulations to Max Gresham, the winner of the New England 125. We'll see you in the morning. 
8:00
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7:59
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7:57
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7:56
That completes our coverage from the New England 125 day here at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.

Special thanks as always to you the fans for checking out our live coverage and also those who listened in on the NASCARHomeTracks.com broadcast, produced by Speed 51 Radio. 

7:55
Comment From Joan MacDonald 

Awesome coverage when you can't be there. THANKS! 

7:55
NASCAR just handed us official points. The top-five as presented a few minutes ago is correct. Here is the rest of the top-ten.

6 Bowman -124
7 LaJoie -131
8 MacDonald -276
9 Hodgson -312
10 Gifford -319 

7:55
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7:54
Max Gresham celebrates his fourth career KNPSE victory and first at NHMS. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:53
Max Gresham gets a post-race celebratory bath from his crew in victory lane. (Jim DuPont Photo for Speed51.com)
7:51
Max Gresham gets by Darrell Wallace, Jr. en route to winning the New England 125. (Jim DuPont Photo for Speed51.com)
7:50
Brandon Gdovic (#46) had his best KNPSE run of his career. (Jim DuPont Photo for Speed51.com)
7:49
Ben Kennedy (#96) goes for a spin as Corey LaJoie avoids him on the high side. (Jim DuPont Photo)
7:45
Standby for pictures. 
7:45
With four races to go, Max Gresham looks like he has the inside track to the championship.

Here is TQ's completely-unofficial-but-it'll-be-damn-close point standings:

Max Gresham 1315
Moffitt -96
DiBenedetto - 125
Wallace -144
Pena -221 

7:38
We are back from a very exciting post-race. Max Gresham was clearly thrilled to win at a race with Cup eyes in attendance. 
7:36
Comment From Guest 

Way to go Weller! Now of to Gresham for the Racing Radios 150 PASS race 

7:01
Going to go shoot some Victory Lane shots. 
7:01
UNOFFICIAL FINISH:

1 Max Gresham
2 Brett Moffitt
3 Corey LaJoie
4 Brandon Gdovic
5 Benny Gordon
6 Alex Bowman
7 Daniel Suarez
8 Sergio Pena
9 Eddie MacDonald
10 Chase Elliott
11 Dylan Presnell
12 Ryan Gifford
13 DJ Shaw
14 Jimmy Weller
15 Chad Boat
16 Cody Hodgson
17 Robert Johnson
18 Corey Williams
19 Dale Quarterley
20 Spencer Gallagher
21 Brandon McReynolds
22 Travis Pastrana
23 Cale Conley
24 Tanner Whitten
25 Julian Albarracin
26 Clay Campbell
27 Matt DiBenedetto
28 Michelle Theriault
29 John Salemi
30 Darrell Wallace
31 Andrew Smith
32 Ben Kennedy
33 Andrew Ranger
34 Ryan Reed
35 Michael Cherry
36 Joey Polewarczyk

6:59
CHECKERED . Max Gresham WINS the 2011 New England 125. Moffitt is second by 1.21 seconds. 
6:59
LAP 124 - WHITE FLAG - Gresham has clean racetrack. 
6:58
LAP 123 - Popscile sticks. Grsham high, wide, and handsome. 
6:58
LAP 122 - BLACK FLAG - DiBenedetto for smoke. 
6:57
LAP 120 - The top-five is evenly spaced. closest is Suarez and Pressley for sixth. 
6:57
LAP 120 - FIVE TO GO. Moffitt by 1.269 seconds. 
6:56
LAP 118 - Elliott working DiBenedetto for 10th. 
6:55
LAP 117 - Gresham, Moffitt, LaJoie, Gdovic, Gordon, Suarez, Bowman, Pena, MacDonald, and DiBenedetto the top-ten. 
6:55
A lot of people asking about Corey Williams. He is 19th. I have no further information about how his day has worked. 
6:55
LAP 115 - Biggest race of the day might be between Matt DiBenedetto and whatever mechanical woe is ticking under his car. 
6:54
LAP 115 - Gresham is G-O-N-E. 
6:53
LAP 114- Moffitt gave Gresham a love tap. in three Don't think that Moffitt was thrilled with that pass. 
6:53
That was a case of 8 wheels being better than four. 
6:53
LAP 113 - SIDE BY SIDE. Gresham to the lead with just a dozen laps to go. 
6:52
LAP 112 - 13 to go - Moffitt by just two-tenths of a second. LaJoie is out of it, two seconds back in third. 
6:52
125, 14 to go 
6:52
Comment From Guest 

how many laps is the race 

6:52
LAP 111 - Gresham is reporting an aero push. 
6:52
LAP 110 - Gdovic cleared Gordon for foruth. Suarez looking to steal fifth from the #00. 
6:51
LAP 109 - Bowman by DiBenedetto for seventh. Even if Gresham can not get the victory, a second place would extend his points lead to a season max. 
6:51
LAP 108 - DiBenedetto's smoke seems to be coming from the rear end. Getting worse and worse. Salemi hits pit road. 
6:50
LAP 107 - bowman, Presnell, and Elliott went three-wide battling for eighth. 
6:50
LAP 106 - Shaw just gave Pena the chrome Horn battling 11th. 
6:49
LAP 106 - Gdovic got really loose under Gordon trying to get fourth but they are still site by site. John Salemi slow. 
6:48
LAP 105 - Gaggle of Team X cars for 6th through 8th. Brandon Gdovic is in FIFTH! 
6:48
LAP 104 - Quarter second for Moffitt. 
6:48
LAP 103 - DiBenedetto damaged his hood in a restart miscue and now has slipped to fifth. 
6:47
LAP 102 - GREEN - Moffitt spins the tires. HERE COMES GRESHAM! Moffitt holds him off barely, but Moffitt now by inches over the 18 
6:46
LAP 100 - Running Order:

1 Moffitt
2 LaJoie
3 Gresham
4 DiBenedetto (looks like he has some mech. smoke)
5 Benny Gordon
9 elliott
7 Gdvoic (best run of career thus far)
8 presnell
9 Suarez
10 D.J. shaw
11 Boat
12 Weller
13 Bowman
14 Pena
15 Gifford
16 Salemi
17 Hodgson
18 Pastrana
19 Quarterley
20 Johnson
21 McReynolds
22 Conley
23 MacDonald
24 Albaraccin
25 Gallagher
26 Whitten
27 Corey Williams
28 Campbell (-2)
29 smith (-6)
30 theriault (-6)
31 Wallace (-22)
32 Kennedy (-41)
33 Ranger (-45)
34 Reed (-57)
35 Cherry (-86)
36 Joey Pole (-87) 

6:42
LAP 98 - CAUTION - Andrew Smith spins and hits the wall in Turn Two. 
6:41
LAP 96 - teammates Presnell and Suarez battling for 8th. 
6:41
LAP 95 - If there is no caution, it might be Moffitt's to lose. But Gresham has a good hope if the yellow waves once more. 
6:40
Theriault changed four tires on a pit stop. Only two at a time allowed today. 
6:40
Comment From Guest 

what was the tire violation for Theriault? 

6:40
LAP 93 - Moffitt got some breathing room now over LaJoie as Gresham takes third from DiBenedetto. 
6:39
LAP 92 - Three wide for 13th - 15th. Bowman makes the hole shot to clear quarterley and Gifford into 13th. 
6:39
LAP 91 - Top-four by just one second between them. Moffitt, laJoie, DiBenedetto, Gresham. Benny Gordon in fifth. 
6:38
LAP 90 - Gordon loses fourth to Gresham. Meanwhile, Eddie Mac drivs back around Moffitt to get back on the tail end of the lead lap. Andrew Smith has to hit pit road. 
6:37
LAP 89 - MacDoanld looks to have been serving a penalty. Gresham to 5th by Elliott. 
6:36
LAP 88 - Oops, MacDoanld hits pit road. He had just taken 11th. 
6:36
LAP 87 - MacDonald has the best tires and is quickly back to 12th. 
6:36
LAP 86 - gresham looking to reenter the top-five. 
6:35
LAP 85 - HOLE SHOT for Moffitt. He clears in one for the lead. DiBenedetto bumps back by Gordon in two 
6:35
LAP 84 -Benny Gordon passes DiBenedetto on the high side. moffitt looking all over LaJoie in one and two. 
6:34
LAP 83 - GREEN -Moffitt and LaJoie side by side into one with LaJoie sliding clear out of two. 
6:34
LAP 82 - Running Order. Michelle Theraiult will be held FOUR laps for a tire violation.

1 LaJoie
2 Moffitt
3 DiBenedetto
4 Gordon
5 Elliott
6 Gdovic
7 Presnell
8 Boat
9 Gresham
10 Suarez
11 Quarterley
12 Weller
13 Shaw
14 Gifford
15 C. Williams
16 Pastrana
17 McReynolds
18 Johnson
19 Hodgson
20 Gallagher
21 Albaraccin
22 Conley
23 Whitten
24 Eddie Mac
25 Bowman
26 Salemi
27 Pena
28 Smith (last on the lead lap) 

6:31
The deck has been reshuffled. 
6:31
Pit stops! Pena will have a stop-and-go for taking equipment out of the box. 
6:28
This comes right when crew chiefs told us they would like to take their second set of tires. 
6:28
LAP 78 - CAUTION - Wallace couldn't make it back to the pits. 
6:28
LAP 77 - Darrell Wallace, Jr. loses power. 2nd place in points there. 
6:27
LAP 76 - LEAD CHANGE - Supershoe to the lead and pulls away from Pena. 
6:26
LAP 75 - DiBenedetto now has a tire rub as Clay Campbell hits pit road from outside of the top-twenty. 
6:25
LAP 74 - Gresham 15th. Other favorites asked a lot about right now: Shaw 17th, Williams 18th, and Johnson 23rd. 
6:25
LAP 73 - Moffitt clears MacDonald for third. MacDonald fourth and Bowman settled for fifth. 
6:24
LAP 72 - LaJoie has chopped Pena's lead down in half. Moffitt under MacDoanld for third. 
6:24
LAP 71 - Presnell and Gdovic fighting for 10th. Both young drivers having an impressive day. 
6:24
LAP 69 - Wherre is Max Gresham? Just cleared D.J. Shaw for 16th. 
6:23
LAP 68 - Bowman's left front tire rub is starting to go away as laps wear on.

It's Pena by four-tenths of a second over LaJoie. 

6:23
LAP 67 - More donuts are being made in top-ten battles right now than at your local Dunkin. DiBenedetto gets sixth over Gordon. Wallace in eighth and Elliott has clawed his way to 9th. 
6:22
LAP 66 - Moffitt by Bowman. DiBenedetto and Gordon make contact down the front for 6th. Bowman has a left front tire rub. 
6:21
LAP 65 - Moffitt and Bowman have been door banging for at least three laps now. 
6:21
LAP 64 - Moffitt and Bowman and MacDonald door-banging three wide for three. Moffitt gives. 
6:20
LAP 63 - A Terrible corner for MacDonald punts him to 6th. LaJoie under Bowman for second. 
6:20
LAP 63 - LaJoie tried three wide for second but it's still Pena and Bowman. 
6:19
LAP 62 - GREEN - Wallace spins the tires and Moffitt runs from 7th to 5th. 
6:19
Gresham's team put on their final set. I believe that they are the first team to max out on tires. 
6:18
LAP 61 - ONE to go to green

1 Pena
2 Bowman
3 MacDonald
4 LaJoie
5 Wallace
6 Moffitt
7 Gordon
8 Salemi
9 DiBenedetto
10 Presnell
11 McReynolds
12 Boat
13 Gdovic
14 elliott
15 Weller
16 Quarterley
17 Conley
18 Suarez
19 Pastrana
20 Campbell 

6:17
With this caution, I believe everyone who pitted on the previous caution (+ this one of course) should be able to make the distance. 
6:16
Pit road opens and Gifford pits for two tires. Gresham also pits again after not being able to make a charge last time. 
6:15
Let's reset where your championship contenders are thus far.

1 Pena (+5 bonus points for leading)
5 Wallace (+5 bonus points for leading)
7 Moffitt
19 Gresham (+5 bonus points, +5 for most led AT THIS MOMENT) 

6:13
Pit road is not open as Ranger's car stopped right at the entrance.

Spencer Gallagher - #23 will be the free pass in 30th. 

6:12
LAP 57 - CAUTION - Andrew Ranger's smoke was from a tire rub. right front blows and turn three wall greets. Corey Williams hit pit road right as that happened. not sure what happened. Was seventh. 
6:11
LAP 56 - Gifford losing losing losing ground. Wallace slides by for fifth. 
6:11
LAP 55 - LaJoie around Gifford 
6:11
LAP 54 - Bowman to second, macDonald to third, Gifford back to fourth. 
6:10
LAP 54 - Pena to the lead.Gifford, Bowman, MacDonald, Wallace, LaJoie, Corey Williams, Salemi, Gordon, Moffitt. 
6:10
LAP 53 - THREE WIDE EVERYWHERE on the frontstretch. Ranger got bad smoke. 
6:09
LAP 52 - GREEN - Gifford gets a great jump. It's a MESS between 6th to 15th. 
6:09
LAP 51 - theriault is the lucky dog. Gresham pits for his tires. he will be near the back of the lead lap.

RUNNING ORDER:

1 Ryan Gifford
2 Pena
3 Bowman
4 Wallace
5 MacDonald
6 Salemi
7 Hodgson
8 Johnson
9 Moffitt (first who pitted twice)
10 Presnell
11 Ranger
12 Whitten
13 C. Williams
14 DiBenedetto
15 LaJoie
16 Gresham
17 B. Gordon
18 Elliott
19 McReynolds
20 Boat
21 suarez
22 Shaw
23 Gdovic
24 Weller
25 Quarterley
26 Albaraccin
27 Conley (too fast entering)
28 Campbell
29 Theriault
30 Pastrana

6:06
LAP 49 - Under caution. Gifford assumes the lead by not pitting for a second time. 
6:04
Two tires this go round for everyone. Some taking lefts, some take rights. 
6:04
Gresham will pit this time as will most everyone else for their second attempt. 
6:03
SEVERE right front damage on Elliott. 
6:03
Will anyone come in for two tires the next go round? 
6:03
CRASH PIT ROAD. hodgson and Elliott get together. 
6:03
Fuel only for most everyone. 
6:03
Miscommunication for the #18. They WERE supposed to pit. 
6:02
Gresham stays out! Everyone ELSE hits pit road. 
6:02
Strategy will be crazy, I promise. 
6:01
2nd Caution of the day. We will see everyone pit I believe. 
6:01
LAP 46 - CAUTION - Ryan Reed loses it in three. Small right rear damage. 
6:00
LAP 45 - Pastrana loses the lead lap. 27 cars remain on the lead lap. 
6:00
Comment From heather 

the 00 had 3 bad weeks in racing 

6:00
LAP 44 - Gallagher, Theriault, Whitten say goodbye to the lead lap. theraiult to follow. 
5:59
LAP 43 - Gresham poowering by lap cars and WOW, has a scare with Spencer Gallagher 
5:58
27th 
5:58
Comment From johnnie nascar 

what position is #45 racerMichelle please 

5:58
LAP 41 - Gifford by Benny Gordon for seventh. 
5:57
LAP 40 - Suarez looks under Moffitt out of two as Moffitt pushing a little on exit off. 
5:57
LAP 39 - 32 on the lead lap. Andrew smith is the last car on the lead lap. 
5:56
LAP 38 - Wallace seems to be holding up Pena, Moffitt, and now Suarez. DiBenedetto takes sixth from Gordon into three. 
5:56
LAP 36 - Gresham up by 2.76 seconds on Wallace 
5:56
LAP 36 - Gifford and DiBenedetto side by side for 7th and Benny Gordon not far ahead at all in sixth. 
5:55
LAP 35 - Pena had his best look on Wallace in a while, but couldn't stick it inside. 
5:54
LAP 35 - Top-fifteen

1 Gresham
2 Wallace
3 pena
4 Moffitt
5 Suarez
6 B. Gordon
7 Gifford
8 DiBenedetto
9 Chase Elliott
10 Bowman
11 B. Gdovic
12 C. Williams
13 Quarterley
14 Presnell
15 Shaw 

5:53
LAP 31 - MacDonald to 18th. Other movers. Dale Quarterley up to 13th and Robert Johnson to 22nd after starting in the rear. 
5:52
LAP 30 - Wallace, Pena and Moffitt nose to tail second through fourth. 
5:51
LAP 28 - Give a call to Brandon Gdovic. He's in 9th, and pressuring Chase Elliott for eighth. 
5:51
LAP 27 - Suarez trying to repass Benny Gordon and does so out of four. 
5:50
LAP 27 - Max Gresham up by a second over Darrell Wallace who is getting heat from Pena. 
5:50
LAP 26 - MacDonald up to 23rd after pitting just ten laps ago under caution. 
5:49
LAP 24 - teammates Matt DiBenedetto and Alex Bowman draft by Corey Williams in the back of the top-five. 
5:48
LAP 23 - Pena clears Moffitt out of two. 
5:48
LAP 21 - Pena slides into Moffitt as they race out of Turn Two. Both hang on as slipping and sliding conintues. 
5:47
LAP 20 - Ryan Reed spins. No caution. 
5:47
LAP 19 - Elliott looks under Suarez for 6th. 
5:46
GREEN - LAP 18 - Gresham clears Wallace but Wallace taps Gresham coming out of two. Gresham hangs on. Moffitt takes third. 
5:46
Robert Johnson, III restarts 28th. Highest car that I know that pitted. 
5:45
Rob Jeffrey, Tony Stewart's Cup spotter and a former spotter for Jarrett and Earnhardt, is spotting for Robert Johnson, III

ONE to go. 

5:44
PITS - Lap 16 - Eddie MacDonald leads the back half in. Looks like gas only for most. Travis Pastrana's team work on a tire rub. 
5:42
Comment From ben wilder 

go corey williams,and d.j. shaw , 

5:42
Thought Ben Kennedy was going to be able to continue, but his team is pushing it to the garage. Pole is definitely going behind pit wall. 
5:41
Time of Red: 14 minutes. Thanks for sticking through it 
5:41
Cars have refired. 
5:41
This speedy-dry will really change the complexion of the racing surface when we restart. After a bit of rubber, usually this is a two-groove track. But now that the speedy-dry is directly in the high lane of one and two, expect everyone to run the bottom at first. 
5:37
The biggest mover that stands out to me thus far is Eddie McDonald. Remember, he started shotgun due to a blown engine. He is now 19th of 36. 
5:36
When the red fleg is lifted, I don't believe you'll see any of the leaders pit. Too early to get tires and they are not going to be in their fuel window. 
5:34
Comment From advjrchamp 

get so old these young drivers always wreck so early on in the race. THE RACE IS WON ON LAP 125 NOT LAP 10 

5:33
Comment From kirsti 

ughhhh .... i hate not being there!!! not knowing whats going on 

5:33
Cleanup is going to be lengthy here. Cherry blew up on the frontstretch and didn't get to the apron until the back. 
5:31
Rundown:

1 Max Gresham
2 Darrell Wallace, Jr.
3 Sergio Pena
4 Brett Moffitt
5 Daniel Suarez
6 Benny Gordon
7 Chase Elliott
8 Ryan Gifford
9 Corey Williams
10 D.J. Shaw
11 Brandon Gdovic
12 Matt DiBenedetto
13 Brandon McReynolds
14 Alex Bowman
15 Dylan Presnell
16 Dale Quarterley
17 Jimmy Weller
18 Andrew Ranger
19 Eddie MacDonald
20 Corey LaJoie
21 Chad Boat
22 Julian Albaraccin
23 Cale Conley
24 Ryan Reed
25 Tanner Whitten
26 Michelle Theriault
27 Cody Hodgson
28 Robert Johnson, III
29 Andrew Smith
30 Spencer Gallagher
31 John Salemi
32 Clay Campbell
33 Travis Pastrana
34 Michael Cherry (engine)
35 Ben Kennedy (crash)
36 Joey Pole (crash) 

5:28
RED FLAG after 14 Laps. 
5:27
Pole and Kennedy actually crashed in front of Cherry. Don't know what happened there but Corey LaJoie also near slammed the wall in that one but escaped undamaged. 
5:26
Pole severe front end damage. Kennedy is not in great shape either in the rear. 
5:26
Joey Pole and Ben Kennedy crashed slowing for the caution. 
5:25
LAP 14 - CAUTION - Michael Cherry grenades an engine. 
5:25
LAP 12 - Hornet's nest from 13th to 20th. 
5:24
LAP 10 top-ten:

1 Max Gresham
2 Darrell Wallace, jr.
3 Sergio pena
4 Brett Moffitt
5 Daniel Suarez
6 Benny Gordon
7 Chase Elliott
8 Ryan Gifford
9 Corey Williams
10 D.J. Shaw 

5:23
LAP 9 - Corey Williams has been the quickest mover thus far. 13th to 9th 
5:23
LAP 8 - Gresham bombs Wallace in three. I think Wallace was surprised and lost his groove, allowing Gresham to take the lead. 
5:22
LAP 7 - Pena got a good bite through three and looked over Gresham in three. Nothing doing. Suarez still can't clear for fifth. 
5:21
LAP 5 - Wallace still leading a field of four cars. 
5:20
LAP 4 - Wallace, Gresham, Pena, Moffitt pulling away from the field. Suarez trying to take fifth from Benny Gordon. 
5:20
LAP 3 - Gresham divebombs in to three, loses the nose and nearly spins Wallace. 
5:19
LAP 2 - Benny Gordon and Brett Moffitt side by side for fourth. Boy, Moffitt slid it through four. 
5:18
LAP 1- Wallace does the crossover in turn three and takes the lead. 
5:18
#15 DiBenedetto missed a shift. Field fans out wildly to avoid him. 
5:18
GREEN GREEN GREEN 
5:18
Comment From frank reaid racing 

get it done chase i know you can!!! 

5:16
One to go. 
5:16
Pace laps. 
5:13
Cars are rolling off pit road. 
5:12
Moore was named second on the 10 Best Drivers list this week. Moore had 27 career wins, most all-time. His last win came in this race in 2006. 
5:11
Kelly Moore was the man to give the command. 
5:10
You got your wish, man. Engines have fired. 
5:10
Comment From billy bob 

lets go just start the race already!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

5:09
Comment From Sallie 

Go get em Deej. need another shaw in victory lane 

5:09
#99 Unapproved Adjustments. 
5:09
Comment From heather 

y is the 99 goin to the back 

5:09
Comment From smitty 

go gettem dw jr 

5:08
Comment From rt 

JOEY POLE come on buddy .. 

5:07
Comment From Bobby Prezeau 

Autodrome Chaudiere ,Quebec, Canada ....go DJ Shaw No37..et Andrew Ranger No35 

5:07
Comment From Guest 

good job matty k 

5:07
Comment From Sherri 

I'm from Boothbay,Maine. Go Corey Williams! 

5:05
Radio IS LIVE. NASCARHomeTracks.com. Elgin Traylor, Bob Dillner, and Mike Twist in the booth, Matt Kentfield in the pits, and Tim Quievryn here at the keys. 
5:05
Comment From Guest 

From Dawsonville GA, lets go Chase! We'll see you after the win!! 

5:04
Comment From Guest 

lets go 00 and 99 

5:03
Looks like good representation up and down the grid in ways of fans. Anyone else out there? You got a few more minutes to get your best wishes in before the drivers strap. 
5:02
Comment From Ken 

Phoenix, Az...Chase Elliott #9 

5:02
Comment From Heather 

down in Virginia cheering on Brandon Gdovic! 

5:02
Comment From Fowler 

Go Cdubs! 

5:02
Comment From Grandpa 

Go get 'em Corey!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Safe ride and successful win!!! 

5:02
Comment From Brad Babb 

gotta pull for my buddy DJ, wheel er to the front 

5:02
Comment From kirsti 

COREY LAJOIE!!!! 07!!! 

5:02
Comment From Ally 

Max Gresham!!! 

4:58
Alright folks! Top of the hour, command about to be given. So....where you from and who you cheering for today? If you're reading, comment! 
4:57
Two extra drivers heading to the rear: #11 Johnson (missed autograph session) and #99 Pastrana (post-qualifying adjustments) 
4:54
Will Brett Moffitt be the first to cross the line today? (51 Photo)
4:51
Corey LaJoie and Eddie MacDonald will start at the rear today due to having to change a transmission and engine respectively. 
4:48
Here is your starting lineup for the 2011 New England 125:

1 18 Max Gresham, Griffin, Ga.
2 6 Darrell Wallace, Jr., Mobile, Ala.
3 4 Sergio Peña, Winchester, Va.
4 66 Benny Gordon, DuBois, Pa.
5 7 Corey LaJoie, Concord, N.C. *
6 15 Matt DiBenedetto, Grass Valley, Calif.
7 0 Brett Moffitt, Grimes, Iowa
8 37 D.J. Shaw, Conway, N.H.
9 16 Daniel Suárez, Monterrey, Mexico *
10 9 Chase Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga. *
11 10 Jimmy Weller, Hubbard, Ohio *
12 96 Ben Kennedy, Daytona Beach, Fla. *
13 88 Corey Williams, Boothbay, Maine *
14 2 Ryan Gifford, Winchester, Tenn.
15 42 Brandon McReynolds, Mooresville, N.C. *
16 46 Brandon Gdovic, Yorktown, Va. *
17 61 Joey Polewarczyk, Hudson, N.H. *
18 14 Dylan Presnell, Sevierville, Tenn. *
19 59 Alex Bowman, Tucson, Ariz. *
20 98 Chad Boat, Phoenix, Ariz. *
21 11 Robert Johnson, Hamptonville, N.C. *
22 21 Julian Albarracin, Bogota, Columbia *
23 32 Dale Quarterley, Westfield, Mass.
24 85 Tanner Whitten, Congerville, Ill. *
25 35 Andrew Ranger, Roxton Pond, Quebec
26 27 Cale Conley, Vienna, W.Va. *
27 45 Michelle Theriault, Bristol, Conn.
28 99 Travis Pastrana, Annapolis, Md. *
29 23 Spencer Gallagher, Las Vegas, Nev. *
30 8 Michael Cherry, Valrico, Fla. *
31 4 Ryan Reed, Bakersfield, Calif. *
32 62 Andrew Smith, Pooler, Ga. *
33 71 Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, Mass.+
34 3 Cody Hodgson, Escalon, Calif. *+
35 8 Clay Campbell, Martinsville, Va. *+
36 63 John Salemi, Nashua, N.H.+

4:47
Driver Intros are underway. 
4:45
Travis Pastrana is ready to roll in his first NASCAR race at Loudon (51 Photo)
4:41
Driver intros for the K & N Pro Series East will begin in just a few minutes. 
4:40
Cup qualifying has concluded with Ryan Newman winning his second pole of the weekend. He will roll off first tomorrow in the Modified feature, looking for his third consecutive WMT victory at this facility. 
4:37
Yesterday, Max Gresham was fast on clean racetrack. He will not have that benefit when he leads the field to green in just over half-an-hour (51 Photo)
4:37
The July New Hampshire race is not going to be televised. We WILL have NASCAR Home Tracks radio tomorrow at 1:00 for the event. 
4:37
Comment From Connie 

Great job speed51 thank you...Will the modified race be televised? 

4:33
Comment From Dennis 

Thanks Speed 51 is the Best 

4:31
Chase will start 10th. We will post a starting grid for you here in just a few minutes when we're closer to the race. 
4:30
Comment From Dennis 

Where is Chase starting tonight 

4:26
Weather is lovely today. Low 80s, intermittent cloudcover. 
4:22
Cup cars are laying down record times in qualifying right now. K & N Pro Series cars should probably be expected to be streaking around the Magic Mile in less than an hour here. 
4:12
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thanks for the coverage!Following before work tonight at Wake County Speedway!Alex"Fireball"Fleming undefeated in Super Lates this season at WCS. 

4:09
Andy Seuss wins the weekend's most unique sponsor message award (51 Photo)
4:02
Enjoying Trackside Now? You're going to love the next eight days here.

We'll be here through the entire East race today, cover the Modified race tomorrow starting at 8 and then we will have wall-to-wall, first practice to final checkered flag coverage of the Oxford 250 Weekend. MRS and PASS will race Saturday with the TD Bank Oxford 250 Sunday. 

3:59
Thirty minutes away from the start of NASCARHomeTracks.com radio broadcast for today's New England 125. Bob Dillner, Elgin Traylor, and Mike Twist will be at the call today with Matt Kenfield on pit road. 
3:56
For those of you wanting to see Kyle's "Bucket List", check out the end of this excellent article about the Slinger Nationals. http://www.speed51.com/2011_Stories/SLM/Slinger_Nationals_7-12.html
3:56
...or the Auto Value 250 at New Brunswick's Speedway 660. 
3:56
Comment From THE MAN! 

Or the Atlantic Cat 250 @Scotia Speedworld 

3:51
I'm sure KB has it on his radar. Give him credit - he knows his short track races and I'm sure he's just as aware as anyone else he hasn't won a major race in Canada yet.

He has won in Mexico (2008, NNS). 

3:49
Comment From THE MAN! 

I read a story on your website about Kyle Busch's bucket list. Another event he could add could be the IWK 250 at Riverside International speedway in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Ask Regan Smith, Marcos Ambrose, David Reutiman, Ricky Craven or Bill Elliot. 

3:47
Comment From ms johnnie nascar 

good luck to Michelle #45 wishing you a great finish today. " run it like you stole it" 

3:45
Coleman Pressley will be calling the shots for the #14 of Dylan Presnell today. Will he get fancy with pit strategy. Our conversation with him revealed .... well, find out during the race (51 Photo)
3:42
Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

2. Kelly Moore – Kelly Moore has 27 victories and 45 pole awards in the East Series and although he hasn’t had a chance to add to those stats in recent seasons, he hasn’t been a stranger to the track. Moore races a partial schedule in the PASS North Super Late Model Series when he’s not helping to run the family business of R.C. Moore Transport – based in the shadows of Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine. Moore also visits the track helping out the SLM team of his son Ryan Moore from time to time.

3:40
Talking to some of the crew chiefs a while ago, they expect this to be a one pit cycle race. Come in sometime after Lap 60 and before Lap 85, take two tires, come back and take fuel (fuel IS needed today).

Of course, some crew chiefs told us when they knew no other teams were hanging around that they will try to do something different. Strategy may well determine the winner today. 

3:36
I'm not sure, but the team didn't have to leave the track for one, that's for sure. They were putting the new one in about forty-five minutes after the first one blew. 
3:36
Comment From jim m 

what did eddie mac get for a replacement motor?? anyone know? 

3:35
Larry McReynolds just made a few cracks at Dick Berggren during Cup qualifying, who is sitting right next to me. "It's like I'm not even in the room," smirks Dr. Dirt. 
3:33
Satisfaction. A lot of people can't get no satisfaction. 
3:33
Comment From THE MAN! 

What's my prize? 

3:31
There we go. Dale Quarterley starts 23rd today,30th tomorrow. 
3:30
Comment From THE MAN! 

Dale Quarterley 

3:26
We're back from the driver's meeting. The teams have four tires to put on their cars today, but can only put on TWO at a time. They also can not pit for tires and fuel on the same stop.

Still looking for an answer to today's trivia stumper: Which driver is competing in both the Whelen Modified Tour and K & N Pro Series East event this weekend? 

2:56
We are heading to the drivers meeting. Here's a trivia question for you while we're gone. Who is the only driver competing in both the K & N Pro Series East and Whelen Modified Tour this weekend? 
2:49
We encourage you to check out our sponsor for the New England Speedweeks weekend, Competition Auto Supply. 
2:48
We're glad you're here with us this afternoon. Drivers meeting will be in a few minutes and we are under 2 hours away from the start of NASCAR Home Tracks radio at 4:30 PM EST at NASCARHomeTracks.com . If you can't listen to the race on the air, stay tuned here because we got you covered. 
2:42
Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

3. Brad Leighton – Brad Leighton still races occasionally in the ACT Late Model Series, at a few Late Model open shows around New England and in PASS Super Late Model competition. He still knows how to run up front as well – having led laps in each of those three disciplines during the past 18 months. Off the track, Leighton has become a successful businessman as a partner in a few hotels in the Northern New England area.

2:38
Just talked to Justin Bonsignore's team that the #51 machine SHOULD be able to race tomorrow. If you tuned in yesterday, you might remember that Bonsignore did not turn in a qualifying time because the team had engine issues.

He will start at the rear of the field for the Webb 100 tomorrow. Speed51.com will be there with Trackside Now and NASCAR Home Tracks radio. 

2:29
Four countries will be represented on the starting grid for today's NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event - the United States, Canada, Mexico and Columbia. A fifth country, Brazil, was represented on the entry list but its native son Beto Monterio did not qualify for today's race. 
2:26
Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

4. Jamie Aube – These days Jamie Aube is using his experiences as a three-time NASCAR East Series champion to train members of the next generation is racing. Aube has spent time as a driver coach in the ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West and on the ACT Late Model Tour for a number of drivers. He also enters occasional ACT and Late Model races as a driver when he gets the opportunity to don his helmet and driving suit.

2:25
Two young New Hampshire short trackers got a great deal of media exposure in this morning's Union Leader newspaper. ACT Late Model regular Joey Pole and PASS North regular Matt Frahm are both here this weekend running in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East division and NASCAR Nationwide Series respectively. You can link to the UL story right here - http://www.unionleader.com/article/20110715/NEWS/707159963
2:24
The view from the NASCAR Home Tracks radio booth. (Speed51.com photo)
2:23
Ryan Reed's #04 team has a racy looking cooler in their pit area.
2:15
Corey WIlliams is racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event today, but his work this weekend isn't exclusively in that garage area. Williams is also a Finish Fabricator for the #5 and #24 Hendrick Motorsports NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams of Mark Martin and Jeff Gordon. Williams worked in the Hendrick shops this week right up until it was time to hurry off to the airport on Wednesday to catch a flight up to New England. 
2:11
Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

5. Ricky Craven – Ricky Craven is no stranger to the race track these days as a personality for ESPN’s coverage of NASCAR racing. He was also here to unveil the new scoreboard at NHMS this weekend – which was natural considering his popularity with New England race fans. Craven still runs short track races from time to time, most notably in the Oxford 250 a few years ago.

2:11
Robert Johnson, son of NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Junior Johnson, will be making his second career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East start today. Johnson made his debut earlier this season on the tight and flat quarter-mile at Bowman Gray Stadium - so today's race will be an entirely different experience for him as he gets up to speed at "The Magic Mile" of New Hampshire Motor Speedway. 
2:08
D.J. Shaw's team watches Cup practice (51 Photo)
2:04

Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

6. Mike Stefanik – We haven’t seen Mike Stefanik in an East Series car for several years, but he’s still running near the front on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Stefanik is currently eighth in the NASCAR WMT standings and most recently won a race at Martinsville in 2009. He will start 17th in tomorrow’s F.W. Webb 100 WMT event here.

1:57
Comment From Tyler B 

Keith Rocco should start running mod tour, he'd put on a heck of a show. 

1:57
Corey LaJoie signs autographs (51 Photo)
1:51
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour driver Woody Pitkat won last night's NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Sunoco Modified feature at Thompson International Speedway (CT). Pitkat actually crossed the finish line second, but apparent winner Keith Rocco was penalized for rough driving after making contact with Pitkat on the final lap. Pitkat will start Don King's #28 Modified in the 21st position for tomorrow's F.W. Webb 100. 
1:50
Travis Pastrana watches the fans file in for the autograph session (51 Photo)
1:48
Bob Dillner and Matt Kentfield have gone to work on SPEED's coverage of Nationwide Series Happy Hour, getting a little practice as both will be on the NASCARHomeTracks.com Radio Broadcast of the New England 125 coming up at 4:30 EST. 
1:45
The Modifieds are not on track for any practice sessions today. They will race tomorrow. You can find their full qualifying results listed in yesterday's Trackside Now coverage at Speed51.com
1:44
Comment From Drew J 

what time are the tour mod's going out and do you know the starting order 

1:44
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East drivers Max Gresham, Eddie MacDonald and Chase Elliott - along with NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour drivers Andy Seuss, Woody Pitkat and Ryan Preece all appeared during "NASCAR Night" at the ballpark for the minor league baseball team, the Lowell (MA) Spinners on Wednesday evening. 
1:43
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East has really evolved into a developmental series - as proven by the fact that 23 of the 36 starters in today's race are classified as rookies. 
1:42
Max Gresham might be starting on the pole today, but he's got bigger goals for the race.

"Qualifying doesn't pay much," Gresham said yesterday after time trials. "Hopefully, we'll be around at the end of the race to get the big check at the end." 

1:41
Corey Williams is making his NASCAR K&N Pro Series East debut today in Jim Burgess' #88 car. Williams is a native of Maine, who now lives in North Carolina, and he couldn't be happier about running today's race.

"When I was growing up, my goal was someday to be able to race here and at Dover," Williams told Speed51.com. "I grew up watching Cup races here from the stands and I'm just happy to be here this weekend."

Williams will start 13th today and as happy as he is about that, there is one person with an even bigger smile on his face in the pit area. Dan Williams has been working alongside his son throughout his racing career - which has included Legend Car and PASS Super Late Model events. Dan is here today to watch his son's debut and is a very proud father. 

1:40
Cody Hodgson and Michael Cherry share a laugh at the autograph session (51 Photo)
1:35
TQ is back from the autograph session. GREAT turnout there today. Usually, when we go to a racetrack with the KNPSE, it's Chase Elliott with the biggest line. Travis Pastrana seems to have that designation this weekend. Pastrana's personality doesn't hurt; he seems to genuinely love interacting with the fans. 
1:29
Since we've talked about the drivers on the front row of today's race, which has made at least one fan unhappy, we'll now fill you in on the drivers making up the final row of today's race. Clay Campbell starts 35th today. He is also the Track President of Martinsville Speedway and has raced Late Model Stock Cars in the Virginia and North Carolina regions for several years. John Salmei starts shotgun on the field today. He is a veteran of the East Series, but has only started one race this season. 
1:21
Joey Pole is another driver who will have a busy week. Not only will he run the Oxford 250 but he will be in the PASS race on Saturday. (Speed51.com photo)
1:20
Darrell Wallace, Jr. is currently third in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East point standings, starts on the front row today and he has won a race so far in 2011. That pretty much guarantees that he'll be talked about at least a little bit when previewing today's race. 
1:20
Comment From guest 

are you guys in love with Wallace, that's all you talk about..... 

1:19
Maine racing legend Mike Rowe has been spotted in the pits here at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend. Rowe has eight career victories in what is now the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East division. 
1:14
Darrell Wallace JR. Signs for some fans. (Speed51.com photo)
1:10
Fans meet some of the East stars up close. (Speed51.com photo)
1:09
Only two drivers have finished all 1,060 laps in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East competition so far in 2011 and both start on the front row for this afternoon's race. Neither polesitter Max Gresham or outside polesitter Darrell Wallace, Jr. have finished an event this year off the lead lap. 
1:07
Mike Stefanik, Ricky Craven and Kelley Moore catch up at the autograph session. (Speed51.com photo)
1:05
The #88 Modified of Bryon Chew sits in the garage area today at NHMS.
1:00
Andy Seuss will be racing in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway tomorrow, but tonight he is racing on a different surface as he competes in the #22 Sprint Car during the Sprint Car of New England event at Canaan Fair Speedway (NH). Seuss runs a partial schedule on that tour for car owner Armand Boisvert. 
12:58
Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

7. Joey Logano – You might not be able to find Joey Logano in the pit area of a NASCAR East Series race these days, but you usually can see his likeness on Coke machines while entering any of the thousands of Home Depot stores across the country. Logano, as you might have heard, has driven the #20 Home Depot Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the past few seasons. He already has one victory to his credit too – coming right here at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

12:57
Derek Kneeland is the spotter for Brett Moffitt in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East division, but next weekend he will be returning to the driver's seat of a racecar. Kneeland will enter the famed TD Bank Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). You can find more details about his plans on Speed51.com's Quick News presented by Phantom Racing Products.  Speed51.com will be at Oxford for three days of live Trackside Now coverage of the 250 and all of its support events starting on Friday afternoon. 
12:55
Comment From Tom Hardy 

Love when Speed51.com comes North and does the coverage of the Modifieds. We have to work today, but will be there tomorrow for the race. 

12:55
Maine's Peter Pettit, who owns Mike Rowe's team on the PASS North Super Late Model tour, is here today along with the #88 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East team owned by Jim Burgess. Pettit's trailer is being used by the team, who has Corey Williams in the car this week. Pettit's PASS team and Burgess' East Series team are based in the same building in Biddeford, Maine. 
12:52
One person in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East garage has already visited victory lane this week - before the green flag has even flown for the race here at New Hampshire. Dave Weir, who spots for the team of D.J. Shaw, owns the #66 PASS Modified driven by Andy Shaw. On Tuesday night at Lee USA Speedway, just down the road here from NHMS, Andy Shaw won his fifth straight PASS Modified feature. He's undefeated so far on that tour this season.
12:51
Work continues on Eddie MacDonald's car after they lost a motor yesterday. (Speed51.com photo)
12:50
Comment From Johnny Evans 

Go Flyin' Ryan Reed!! 

12:50
Joan and her husband Brian are veteran racing crew members from up in Canada....Brian has worked on several of Corey's racecars through the years. 
12:50
Comment From Joan MacDonald 

Go Corey Williams - have a good one! Will be cheering you on from Mooresville! 

12:49
Earlier this week, NASCAR announced a list of the top ten drivers in the history of what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Since the series has been anchored at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for much of its existence, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for the list to be unveiled. All ten drivers on the list will be at the track this weekend to meet fans as well.

Some of these drivers are still driving racecars and some are now in the shadows of racing. Each of the drivers though is no stranger to the track these days, whether retired or not. We’ve kept tabs on what each driver has been up to these days and will count down from ten during this week’s Trackside Now coverage with a few updates.

Next on the list is….

8. Ryan Truex – The East Series has evolved into a developmental series and right now the next driver to have learned the ropes there on his way to possible NASCAR stardom is Ryan Truex, who won the 2009 and 2010 championships for Michael Waltrip Racing. MWR moved Truex up into the NASCAR Nationwide Series late in the 2010 season and he is running a limited schedule of events there this year. Currently, Truex sits 22nd in Nationwide Series points after starting 10 of the 18 races contested so far in 2011. He has one top ten finish in the series so far this season.

12:48
Former east driver Trevor Bayne chats with Corey LaJoie. (Speed51.com photo)
12:46
Comment From Tonya Welch 

I'm from Alabama and I'm for Darrell Wallace Jr.! Wish I could be there. Maybe next year. 

12:45
Rowan Pennik's car waiting for saturday. (speed51.com photo)
12:40
Comment From Jamie Isringhausen 

Go Scott Bouley! 

12:40
Andrew Ranger is a very popular driver North of the border - we hear quite a bit from his Canadian fans every time that he races in an event where we have Trackside Now coverage. Thanks for checking in today. 
12:39
Comment From Guest 

im pullin for ranger here in Scarborough, ON, Canada 

12:39
Today is an "off" day for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour teams as they do not have any scheduled on-track activities. As our own Bob Dillner just pointed out, the #3 team of Matt Hirschman has been busy working on their steering rack. The #88 team of Bryon Chew also has their car unloaded. There is no activity on that Modified right now, but the right side bodywork is off and the driveshaft has been dropped. The #0 Raplh Solhem-owned team of Dale Quarterley also has their car unloaded and they are working under that machine.

The cars of Andy Petree and Bobby Santos, III appear to be ready to be unloaded as well. The majority of teams have not even opened up their haulers today though. 

12:33
Comment From Bob Dillner 

Just spoke to Matt Hirschman in the Racing Electronics mobile unit here are NHMS and he told me the team had to change the "rack" on his #3 car today. They are now all going out to lunch before coming back and watching the East Series race in the grandstands. 

12:32
The top-ten drivers from KNPSE history posing with honorary plaques. Only seven guys were able to make the conference. (51 Photo)
12:30
If you go back and look at our Trackside Now coverage from yesterday, you'll see that NASCAR recently announced their top-ten drivers from the first twenty-five years of the East Series. We'll give more perspective on some of those drivers throughout the day, but fans at the track will have the opportunity to get autographs with all ten drivers today at a special booth. 
12:24
The mods may not be on track today but there is action in pits as the team prep for Saturday. Here's Matt Hirschman's team (51 Photo)
12:23
Cup and Nationwide Series cars have most of the track today. Only one driver practicing today will be in the KNPSE race today - Andrew Ranger, running the #35 Chevy in the KNPSE and the #67 Go Canada Racing Ford in the Natonwide 
12:14
LaJoie will have to go to the rear, however, because his team had to change transmissions yesterday. 
12:14
Yesterday, Max Gresham won the pole for today's race. Here's your top-ten timers:

1 18 Max Gresham 29.96
2 6 Darrell Wallace, jr. 30.14
3 4 Sergio Pena 30.287
4 66 Benny Gordon 30.372
5 07 Corey LaJoie 30.375
6 15 Matt DiBenedetto 30.413
7 00 Brett Moffitt 30.417
8 37 D.J. Shaw 30.453
9 16 Daniel Suarez 30.505
10 9 Chase Elliott 30.558 

12:09
12:08
NASCAR Home Tracks Radio will go to air at 4:45 PM EST for the call today. You can access the player at NASCARHomeTracks.com.

Today's 51 dream team will include Bob Dillner, Elgin Traylor, and Mike Twist calling the race on the radio, Matt Kentfield covering on pit road, and Tim Quievryn here on Trackside Now.

This would not be possible without the help of Competition Auto Supply, who we thank for covering our entire New England Speedweeks Coverage. 

12:00
Today's Schedule:

12 p.m. NKNPSE Garage Opens
1 p.m. NKNPSE Driver Autograph Session
3 p.m. NKNPSE Driver/Crew Chief Meeting
5:15 p.m. NKNPSE New England 125 

11:59
Good noon hour to you from New Hampshire Motor Speedway and thank you for joining Speed51's Trackside Now coverage for today's New England 125. 
11:58
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