7:26
That wraps up our Trackside Now coverage from the New England 125 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Thanks so much for joining us today.Our live coverage from the “Magic Mile” continues on Saturday, when Speed51.combrings you “Trackside Now” from the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour feature.  We hope you can join us then.

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7:24
PHOTO: Truex’s left-front tire went flat after the race, not due to a burnout, so disaster was narrowly averted for the victor.  (Ken Spring Photo)
7:24
7:14
PHOTO: Ryan Truex climbs from his #00 and showers his crew with winner’s water in victory lane at NHMS.  (Jim DuPont Photo) 
7:14
7:03
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: NEW ENGLAND 125

1 Ryan Truex
2 Kevin Swindell
3 Darrell Wallace, Jr.
4 Ryan Gifford
5 Brett Moffitt
6 Ty Dillon
7 Alan Tardiff
8 Corey Lajoie
9 Andrew Ranger
10 Eddie MacDonald
11 Drew Brannon
12 Matt Kobyluck
13 DJ Shaw
14 Dustin Delaney
15 Sergio Pena
16 Jody Lavender
17 Zach Germain
18 Ryan Duff
19 Jeff Anton
20 Ruben Rovelo
21 Max Gresham
22 Andrew Smith
23 Jonathan Smith
24 John Salemi
25 Steve Park
26 Cole Whitt
27 Mackenna Bell
28 Jason Patison
29 Matt Frahm
30 Miguel Paludo
31 Scott Bouley
32 Joey Polewarczyk
6:36
At this point, we will go and track down some of the newsmakers from today to bring you post-race coverage from the New England 125 throughout the next few days. 
6:35
Comment From ARCA SIM 

great job by Kevin, Darrell, Ryan, Brett and Ty there 

6:35
Three members of the Truex family have won East Series (North Series) races here at New Hampshire – Ryan Truex, his brother Martin, Jr. and their father Martin, Sr. 
6:35
Comment From Nick 

Speed51, you guys rock. Thanks for the updates. 

6:34
There were 20 cars listed as being on the lead lap at the end of the race. We will have a full rundown shortly. 
6:34
He exited the race in a cloud of smoke. I would think it was a blown engine or oil line. He finished in the final position of 32nd having just completed 15 laps. 
6:33
Comment From Nick 

So what happened to Joey Pole? 

6:33
D.J. Shaw finished 13th. he got bounced around in the late going. 
6:33
Comment From Jason 

where did shaw end up? he never went forward after pit stop 

6:33
Comment From Mr. Whipple 

miniature Truex on his way up the ladder….lookin’ good for that youngster 

6:33
Jody Lavender is listed as finishing 16th with Zach Germain, Ryan Duff, Jeff Anton and Ruben Rovelo behind him. 
6:32
Drew Brannon is unofficially 11th following by Matt Kobyluck, D.J. Shaw, Dustin Delaney and Sergio Pena. 
6:31
Comment From Mr. Whipple 

The streak ends for E-Mac….did he get a top 10 today? 

6:31
Unofficially finishing sixth on back are Ty Dillon, Alan Tardiff, Corey Lajoie, Andrew Ranger and Eddie MacDonald. 
6:31
Darrell Wallace is unofficially third with Ryan Gifford and Brett Moffitt rounding out the top five. 
6:30
Comment From Guest 

looks like truex will win at his home track 

6:30
Ryan Truex has won the New England 125 over Kevin Swindell 
6:30
Ryan Truex leads on the final lap by nearly a half second. 
6:29
Brett Moffitt has just passed Alan Tardiff for fifth. 
6:29
Ryan Gifford is now back to fourth. 
6:29
Andrew Smith is now coasting down pit road. 
6:29
Ryan Truex has a nearly half-second lead with three laps to go. 
6:29
Jonathan Smith is pulling down pit road under green. 
6:28
There are four laps to go…regularly scheduled ones at least. 
6:28
Alan Tardiff got under Ryan Gifford for fourth, but Gifford pulled a cross-over move and is now trying to get by Tardiff on the outside. 
6:27
Alan Tardiff is inside Ryan Gifford for the fourth position. 
6:27
Ryan Truex leads again on this restart. 
6:26
The lights are off on the pace car and we will be going green on lap 119. 
6:26
Just outside the top 10 are Drew Brannon, Jonathan Smith, Dustin Delaney, Corey Lajoie and Matt Kobyluck. 
6:25
Running sixth on back are Ty Dillon, Andrew Ranger, Brett Moffitt, Eddie MacDonald and D.J. Shaw. 
6:25
Max Gresham has heavy rear quarter panel damage to his #18 from where his tire blew. 
6:25
Ryan Truex currently leads, Kevin Swindell, Darrell Wallace, Ryan Gifford and Alan Tardiff. 
6:24
A replay shows that Max Gresham spun at least three times in a row to cause his incident. He never seemed to lift his foot off the gas either and put on quite a smokeshow. 
6:23
This caution is for debris on the backstretch. It could be part of Max Gresham’s car that is on the track. 
6:23
The caution is out on lap 116. 
6:23
Eddie MacDonald is now back up to ninth and might be on the move further. 
6:22
Comment From Guest 

good to see Tardiff doing well, a local former Pro Stock competitor at Beech Ridge 

6:22
A tire is flat on Max Gresham’s car. 
6:22
Coming around next time, we will have ten laps to go. 
6:22
Max Gresham is now slow on the track, but the green flag remains out. 
6:21
Dustin Delaney has just moved up to 10th. 
6:21
Eddie MacDonald has dropped back to the 11th position. 
6:21
Alan Tardiff is now up to fifth. 
6:21
Eddie MacDonald was just in a battle for the fourth position on back when he got bumped into. His car got completely sideways, but MacDonald saved it and trucks on in the eighth position. 
6:20
At lap 110, Ryan Truex has pulled away on the restart once again. 
6:18
He’s 16th, but with everything that is going on in this race, I haven’t had a stopwatch on him to see how his lap times are. 
6:18
Comment From Guest 

is lajoie limping from earlier damage or does he seem to be moving back forward? 

6:17
Dustin Delaney, Matt Kobyluck, Max Gresham and Sergio Pena are all on pit road. 
6:17
Matt Kobyluck is currently 12th with Max Gresham, Dustin Delaney and Jonathan Smith in his rear view mirror. 
6:16
The replay shows the Sergio Pena hit the wall fairly hard to bring out this caution. 
6:16
Sergio Pena has stopped on the track and the caution is out again at lap 107. 
6:15
Drew Brannon is just outside the top 10. 
6:14
Alan Tardiff is currently in sixth place followed by Eddie MacDonald, Brett Moffitt, D.J. Shaw and Andrew Ranger. 
6:14
Steve Park has pulled behind the wall. 
6:13
He’s bouncing around in the top 10 right now. 
6:13
Comment From Guest 

what happened to DJ Shaw 

6:13
No, he is currently 13th. 
6:13
Comment From big papa 

Is max Gresham still in 10? 

6:13
Steve Park has just pitted under green. 
6:13
Ryan Truex still has a strong lead off Kevin Swindell, Ty Dillon, Darrell Wallace and Ryan Gifford. 
6:12
We are now at lap 100. There are 25 laps to go. 
6:12
When the dust cleared on that wildness, Alan Tardiff found himself moving up to the sixth position. 
6:12
Alan Tardiff, Andrew Ranger and Brett Moffitt just went three-wide for the seventh position. 
6:11
At lap 98, Ryan Truex has now pulled away to a 1.5 second lead. 
6:11
We are at lap 97. 
6:10
Comment From Zippy 

What lap we on and how many to go? 

6:10
This is a 125 lap race. 
6:10
Comment From big papa 

How many laps are left to go in the race? 

6:10
Just one lap after the restart, Ryan Truex has a 7/10th of a second lead over Ty Dillon in second place. 
6:09
Ryan Truex also led on this restart, at lap 95, but he didn’t pull away quite as much as the last time. 
6:09
John Salemi is running in the 25th position, but is three laps down. The lucky dog rule has helped all of the cars that were one lap down. 
6:08
Just outside the top 20 are Jody Lavender, Corey Lajoie, Sergio Pena and Jeff Anton. Those are all of the cars currently on the lead lap. 
6:08
Positions 11th back are currently held by Eddie MacDonald, Drew Brannon, Matt Kobyluck, Dustin Delaney, Jonathan Smith, Ruben Rovelo, Zach Germain, Andrew Smith, Ryan Duff and Steve Park. 
6:06
Currently, Ryan Truex leads Ty Dillon, Kevin Swindell, Darrell Wallace, D.J. Shaw, Ryan Gifford, Brett Moffitt, Alan Tardiff, Andrew Ranger and Max Gresham. 
6:06
Sergio Pena has stayed on the lead lap. MacKenna Bell is now two laps down. 
6:05
If this caution lasts long enough to type that out, I will try to. 
6:05
Comment From Grandma 

Could you give us a run down on the first 20 cars 

6:05
Dustin Delaney is currently on pit road. 
6:04
He is still on the lead lap, but deep in the field. 
6:04
Comment From jfp711 

is LaJoie done…?? 

6:04
Matt Frahm has parked his car behind the pit wall and appears to be done for the day. 
6:03
Sergio Pena has heavy sheetmetal damage to the right of his car. 
6:03
MacKenna Bell also has heavy front end damage and she has come down pit road. 
6:03
Jason Patison spun to start that incident and then collected several cars in turn three. 
6:03
Matt Frahm has pulled right to the pit area with heavy left front damage to his #33 car. 
6:02
Jason Patison was also involved in the incident and is heavily damaged. 
6:02
The caution is out for a three-car wreck between Sergio Pena, Mackenna Bell and Matt Frahm. 
6:01
Max Gresham is now making it three-wide on the apron of the track. 
6:01
Ryan Truex has gotten a great restart. Maybe too great. We’ll see if the officials rule that he jumped. 
6:00
Ryan Truex will lead on the restart over Ty Dillon, Kevin Swindell, Darrell Wallace, D.J. Shaw, Ryan Gifford, Brett Moffitt, Alan Tardiff, Max Gresham and Andrew Ranger. 
5:55
A whole bunch of drivers have pulled down pit road including D.J. Shaw, Matt Kobyluck, Ryan Truex, Kevin Swindell and many others. 
5:54
With Lajoie’s problems, Alan Tardiff has moved into the 10th position. 
5:53
Corey Lajoie has pan-caked the right side of his #07 car. 
5:53
Corey Lajoie is currently slow on the racetrack. 
5:52
The caution is out at lap 83. 
5:52
Ty Dillon, Ryan Gifford, Andrew Ranger, Eddie MacDonald and Corey Lajoie are currently the rest of the top ten. 
5:52
At lap 81, Ryan Truex currently leads D.J. Shaw, Brett Moffitt, Kevin Swindell and Max Gresham. 
5:50
D.J. Shaw has just passed Brett Moffitt for second place. 
5:47
Fourth. 
5:47
Comment From Guest 

where is swindell 

5:45
Steve Park is now one lap down. 
5:44
Zach Germain is now a lap down. 
5:43
Ryan Truex now has a 1.4 second lead over Brett Moffitt. 
5:42
Ty Dillon is pressuring Ryan Gifford hard for the sixth position. 
5:41
Corey Lajoie has just moved into the 10th position. 
5:41
Ryan Truex is now pulling away to a healthy lead and has clear track ahead of him for now. 
5:40
Ryan Truex has just used lapped traffic to take the lead from Brett Moffitt. We are at the 60-lap mark. 
5:40
Jeff Anton, Mackenna Bell, Matt Frahm and Jody Lavender have all gone a lap down on the racetrack. 
5:37
We are currently at the 53-lap mark. 
5:37
Brett Moffitt has just lapped the #7 of Ryan Duff. 
5:36
Eddie MacDonald is currently running in the 10th position. he made forward progress from his 21st starting position early on, but seems to have run out of steam since then. 
5:35
Ryan Truex has just passed D.J. Shaw for the second position. 
5:35
Steve Park is currently running 21st. 
5:35
Comment From race fan 

where is steve park running 

5:33
Brett Moffitt’s current lead over D.J. Shaw is 2.3 seconds strong. 
5:33
Dustin Delaney is currently 17th. 
5:33
Comment From Guest 

Could you please tell me where Dustin Delaney is running. Thanks 

5:32
Comment From conner 

were is the 52 caR 

5:32
Drew Brannon is currently running in the 16th position. 
5:32
Comment From Guest 

were is brannon 

5:31
Jason Patison is currently running in the 20th position. 
5:31
Comment From Guest 

where is the 17 

5:31
Ryan Truex has now successfully passed Ryan Gifford for the third position. 
5:31
Ryan Truex just dive-bombed Ryan Gifford for the third position. The pass didn’t stick and Truex got a little sideways while attempting it. They have settled basck into line for now. 
5:30
Comment From guest 

Wish Cale all the luck in the world if he can’t be racing glad to see him doing what he loves. 

5:30
Currently, Brett Moffitt leads D.J. Shaw, Ryan Gifford, Ryan Truex and Kevin Swindell at lap 40. 
5:29
I believe that you are correct. 
5:29
Comment From guest 

Is Cale Gale the crew chief on TY Dillion’s car 

5:29
Corey Lajoie has just moved into the ninth position. 
5:28
Comment From Guest 

Where is laJoie 

5:26
Brett Moffitt is currently leading D.J. Shaw by nearly one second at lap 33. 
5:26
Sergio Pena and Jody Lavender just split Matt Frahm down the frontstretch for the 24th and 25th positions. This is currently the best battle on the track. 
5:25
Sergio Pena has again dive-bombed Jody Lavender for the 26th position, but the move didn’t work for the second time. The two are now side-by-side again. 
5:24
Sergio Pena is getting pretty wild while racing with Jody Lavender for the 16th position. It appears that the two have made pretty good contact with each other. 
5:23
John Salemi is one lap down, Scott Bouley is currently three laps down, Joey Pole is likely out of the race and Cole Whitt is 14 laps down. 
5:22
At lap 25, only four cars that started this race are off the lead lap. 
5:22
Scott Bouley has come down pit road at half speed. The engine does not sound healthy on his #26 car. 
5:21
Ty Dillon and Kevin Swindell have made contact while battling for the sixth position, but both drivers kept their cars straight. 
5:21
Brett Moffitt and D.J. Shaw are now running single file in the first two position. 
5:21
Ryan Truex has just passed Max Gresham for the fourth position. 
5:20
Ryan Gifford has moved up to the third position. 
5:20
Brett Moffitt has taken the lead from D.J. Shaw on that restart. 
5:19
D.J. Shaw has chosen to restart on the outside of the front row. 
5:18
Cole Whitt has come back on the track. He is 14 laps down. 
5:18
Positions 11 through 15 are now being held by Corey Lajoie, Miguel Paludo, Matt Kobyluck, Jason Patison and Jonathan Smith. 
5:17
John Salemi has now pitted under caution. Ryan Duff and Sergio Pena have also made additional pit stops. 
5:16
Sergio Pena has also limped to pit road. His team needed to actually lift the left front corner of his car to slide a jack under it. 
5:16
Matt Frahm, Jody Lavender, Jeff Anton and Ryan Duff have all pitted under caution. 
5:16
The rest of the current top ten are Ty Dillon, Kevin Swindell, Andrew Ranger, Eddie MacDonald and Alan Tardiff. 
5:15
Currently, under caution, D.J. Shaw leads Brett Moffitt, Max Gresham, Ryan Gifford and Ryan Truex. 
5:14
The left front tire is down on Pena’s car and it appears that there might be some damage to his hood. 
5:14
Sergio Pena is slow on the track and that has brought out the caution on lap 17. 
5:14
Ryan Truex has passed Ty Dillon for the fifth position. 
5:13
The #1 car of Joey Pole has erupted in a cloud of smoke. He was running in the top 15. 
5:13
John Salemi is now coming down pit road to serve his pass-through penalty. 
5:13
Eddie MacDonald is now up to the 11th position. He has passed ten cars in the first 15 laps of the race. 
5:12
The #63 of John Salemi has been given a pass through penalty for passing for the start/finish line on the restart. 
5:12
Ryan Gifford is looking to the outside of Max Gresham for the third position. 
5:11
D.J. Shaw has made a great restart to maintain the lead on the lap 12 restart. 
5:10
Cole Whitt is now listed as being five laps down. Scott Bouley is one lap down. The rest of the field is on the lead lap. 
5:09
The top ten remain unchanged from last report. Positions 11 through 15 are currently held by Joey Pole, Sergio Pena, Eddie MacDonald, Corey Lajoie and Matt Kobyluck. 
5:09
Jody Lavender, Jeff Anton, John Salemi and Steve Park have all pitted under caution. 
5:08
The caution is now out at lap nine for a spin by Scott Bouley. The left rear tire is down on Bouley’s car. He appears to have just lost it going down the end of the front straightway and was the only car involved. 
5:07
At lap eight, Eddie MacDonald is already into the 13th position. 
5:06
Whitt’s pit stop has moved Miguel Paludo, of New Silver, Brazil, into the top ten. 
5:05
Cole Whitt has pulled into the pits. He is going slow with his #84 car, which was solidly in the top ten before the stop. 
5:05
At lap five, the top five remain unchanged with Ty Dillon, Kevin Swindell, Cole Whitt, Andrew Ranger and Alan Tardiff rounding out the top ten. 
5:04
At lap four, D.J. Shaw currently leads Brett Moffitt, Max Gresham, Ryan Gifford and Ryan Truex. 
5:03
Going into turn one on the second lap, D.J. Shaw has gone under Brett Moffitt to take the lead. 
5:02
The green flag is out for the East Series race and Brett Moffitt has led the first lap of the event. 
5:00
Pace laps are now underway for today’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race. 
4:43
Today’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race will be televised next Thursday on SPEED at 6pm ET. 
4:41
PHOTO: Today’s outside polesitter DJ Shaw. (Ken Spring Photo) 
4:40
4:40
PHOTO: NASCAR K&N Pro Series East polesitter Brett Moffitt on his qualifying run yesterday. (Ken Spring Photo) 
4:39
4:25
For the first time since 1995, there is a NASCAR East (formerly North) Series race taking place at New Hampshire Motor Speedway without Brad Leighton on the entry list. Leighton has led over 600 laps at the track and won numerous races. But in 2010, he is focusing on the PASS North Super Late Model series, running a limited schedule for the Maine team of Richard Moody Racing. Leighton won a PASS South race at New Smyrna Speedway (FL) earlier this season. 
4:18
The hottest driver on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour right now, Bobby Santos, III, appeared earlier today on SPEED’s NASCAR Live program – giving the Tour some attention in front of a national racing audience. 
4:17
Joe Gibbs Racing has won three of the last six NASCAR East Series races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway – but their two winning drivers in those events, Joey Logano and Matt DiBenedetto, are not racing in the event today. Instead, the JGR lineup will feature Brett Moffitt and Max Gresham. Don’t count out those two though – both drivers have visited victory lane in the series so far this season. 
4:15
We caught up with Eddie MacDonald, who has won three of the last four East Series races at New Hampshire, but will start outside the top 20 today. MacDonald isn’t quite sure how good his car is going to be today. “We’ll see,” he told us with his best poker face. 
4:13
Among the short track drivers who we have spotted in the pits today are Maine racing legend Mike Rowe, PASS North regular Travis Benjamin and NASCAR Drive for Diversity driver Katie Hagar. 
4:11
Florida Super Late Model ace B.J. McLeod is here this weekend coaching Zach Germain’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East effort. McLeod told Speed51.com that he is working on putting together a NASCAR Camping World Truck to run later this year to be fielded by own his team. 
4:09
You can see a photo of Corey Lajoie’s oil leak in our NHMS photo gallery on the Speed51.com Facebook Feed page. 
4:06
Corey Lajoie’s #07 entry for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race has sprung a major oil leak while sitting on pit road. We’ll update you as to how this turns out for him with about an hour to go before the event is set to start. 
3:54
We are going to take a little bit of a break to walk through the pit and garage areas and catch up with some of the drivers in today’s race, which is scheduled to go green in just over one hour’s time. 
3:53
Here are the previous winners of what is now the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East division race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway:9/09 – Eddie MacDonald
6/09 – Matt DiBenedetto
9/08 – Eddie MacDonald
6/08 – Eddie MacDonald
9/07 – Joey Logano
6/07 – Joey Logano
9/06 – Kelly Moore
7/06 – Mike Olsen
9/05 – Ted Christopher
7/05 – Mike Stefanik
9/04 – Andy Santerre
7/04 – Dale Quarterley
9/03 – Brad Leighton
7/03 – Martin Truex, Jr.
9/02 – Tracy Gordon
7/02 – Brad Leighton
5/02 – Brad Leighton
9/01 – Event Cancelled Due to Events of 9/11
7/01 – Brad Leighton
5/01 – Ted Christopher
9/00 – Andy Santerre
7/00 – Martin Truex, Jr.
5/00 – Brad Leighton
9/99 – Brad Leighton
8/99 – Tom Carey, Jr.
7/99 – Andy Santerre
5/99 – Brad Leighton
8/98 – Ted Christopher
8/98 – Dale Shaw
7/98 – Kelly Moore
5/98 – Kelly Moore
9/97 – Ted Christopher
7/97 – Jerry Marquis
5/97 – Dale Shaw
5/97 – Dave Dion
9/96 – Ted Christopher
9/96 – Dale Shaw
7/96 – Brad Leighton
6/96 – Steve Park
9/95 – Joe Bessey
7/95 – Ricky Craven
4/95 – Mike Stefanik
9/94 – Joe Bessey
7/94 – Martin Truex, Sr.
4/94 – Kelly Moore
9/93 – Rain Out (Polesitter – Dick McCabe)
8/93 – Kelly Moore
7/93 – Mike McLaughlin
5/93 – Jamie Aube
9/92 – Mike McLaughlin
5/92 – Mike McLaughlin
8/91 – Ricky Craven
4/91 – Joe Bessey
9/90 – Mike McLaughlin
3:42
Here’s an interesting fact. In history of New Hampshire Motor Speedway, only Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon have led more laps around the oval than short track star Ted Christopher. TC has been in front for 1,106 trips around the Magic Mile. Other short trackers who are ranked in the top 20 of the laps led chart throughout the history of the track include Mike Stefanik (ranked fifth on the list), Kelly Moore (seventh), Brad Leighton (eighth), Reggie Ruggiero (13th), Steve Park (14th) and Joe Bessey (19th). 
3:35
Be sure to check out the Speed51.com Facebook Feed page for photo galleries from New Hampshire Motor Speedway – updated throughout the weekend. 
3:30
The races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway attract fans from throughout New England. Any fans coming from Southern Maine today might have had a little bit of an extra excitement on their trip. Earlier today, an incident with a pipe bomb shut down parts of Route 111, which is the way from Northern York County over to NHMS, and also backed up traffic on the Maine Turnpike. We’re now told that all roads are open again and traffic is flowing. 
3:28
Homestate driver Joey Pole will be making the sixth start of the NASCAR East Series career today. He will be driving the same car for Dave Davis Motorsports that he was driving when he posted his career best finish in the series, a fourth, at this track back in 2008. 
3:21
There is no on track activity for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour today and many teams stayed away from the track completely. Other teams are prepping for tomorrow’s race. Among the teams working on their cars today are those of Ted Christopher, Eddie Flemke, James Civali, Glen Reen, Jamie Tomaino, L.W. Miller and Rowan Pennink. 
3:14
Weather can often be an issue at New Hampshire, but we don’t expect that to be the case today. Right now, it is comfortably warm at the track and every cloud that is in the mostly-blue sky is pure white. Having good weather is especially important here because there is a tight schedule with four touring divisions racing on one weekend and there are no lights at this facility. 
3:07
NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST STARTING LINEUP
Race: Friday, June 25th
1. Brett Moffitt
2. DJ Shaw
3. Max Gresham
4. Ryan Gifford
5. Ty Dillon
6. Ryan Truex
7. Kevin Swindell
8. Cole Whitt
9. Alan Tardiff
10. Miguel Paludo
11. Jonathan Smith
12. Darrell Wallace, Jr.
13. Sergio Pena
14. Corey LaJoie
15. Dustin Delaney
16. Andrew Ranger
17. Jody Lavender
18. Zach Germain
19. Jeff Anton
20. Joey Polewarczyk
21. Eddie MacDonald
22. Matt Kobyluck
23. Ruben Rovelo
24. Drew Brannon
25. Mackenna Bell
26. Jason Patison
27. Andrew Smith
28. Matt Frahm
29. Steve Park
30. Ryan Duff
31. John Salemi
32. Scott Bouley 
3:06
Welcome to New Hampshire Motor Speedway where we are here for Trackside Now coverage of today’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race. There is no on-track activity for that series (Other than the race itself) or the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour today, so we have no practice to tell you about. But everyone is gearing up for the main event, which is scheduled to start at 5pm. We’ll be bringing you up to speed on everything from the East Series garage as we lead into our actual race coverage.

Trackside Now: NASCAR Whelen Modified & K&N Pro Series East – New Hampshire Motor Speedway – 6/25/10