8:14

 

That will conclude our coverage of Lee Oktoberfest here at Lee USA Speedway in Lee, NH. Thank you to everyone who tuned in throughout the weekend to follow this busy weekend of racing action.

Congratulations to all of the drivers who visited victory lane here today.

Also, a big thank you to our sponsor for the weekend, Northeast Race Cars & Parts.

We’ll be back with Trackside Now coverage next weekend at Thompson International Speedway for the World Series of Racing. Until then, have a great night.

 

 

8:13

Steve “Danger” Dickey ends the season at Lee USA Speedway with a smoke show in turns one and two. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:12

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Thanks speed 51 for the great coverage

 

8:12

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Props for hanging in there all day. Thanks for the coverage.

 

8:06

Full List of Feature Winners at Lee Ocktoberfest

Ironman Super Series: Gerard Cote
Pro Stocks/Super Late Models: Dave Farrington Jr.
NE Classic Lites: Jim Wentworth
Late Models: Wayne Helliwell Jr.
Valenti Modified Racing Series: Tommy Barrett
Hobby Stocks: Jim Shorrey, Scott Serydynski
Small Block Supers: Tommy Tombarello Jr.
Late Model Sportsman: Jimmy Russell
NEMA Midgets: Randy Cabral
Mini Stocks: Emerson Cayer, Bob Anderson
NEMA Lites: Danny Cugini
Pure Stock 4 Cylinders: David Stone
Outlaw Mini Stocks: Emerson Cayer
6 & 8 Cylinder Enduros: Bob Murphy

 

8:02

Hands are flying in the final victory lane of the season here at Lee USA Speedway. Steve “Danger” Dickey shows his displeasure with the way Murphy inherited the race win.

 

8:01

As the clock strikes 8:00 p.m., Bob Murphy ends Lee Oktoberfest in style by passing Steve “Danger” Dickey on the last lap, last turn to win the 20-lap 6 & 8 Cylinder Enduro feature.

 

7:55

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7:55

We’re under caution with 12 laps or 5 minutes remaining, whichever comes first.

 

7:49

The final feature of the weekend is now on the race track. A 20-lap feature for the 6 & 8 Cylinder Enduros. They have 11 minutes to finish the feature before the 8 p.m. curfew.

 

7:48

CHECKERED FLAG: Emerson Cayer wins the 20-lap Outlaw Mini Stock feature in dominating fashion. Cayer had nearly a half a lap advantage over Brian Lancaster when he took the checkered flag. Rose finishes 3rd, Nick Skillings 4th, and Dylan Lancaster 5th.

 

7:44

10 laps complete, 10 laps remaining. Emerson Cayer has powered to the race lead and has nearly a full straightaway advantage over the rest of the field. Dylan Lancaster, Nick Skillings, Calvin Rose, Jr., and Justin Larsen follow.

 

7:41

Two laps complete, two cautions. Jimmy Childs needs a push back to the pit area. Nick Skillings leads Justin Larsen.

 

7:36

The Outlaw Mini Stock Feature is now on the track. 18 cars to take the green flag. Many drivers who competed in the earlier Mini Stock feature have made adjustments to their cars to compete in this feature.

 

7:35

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7:35

Contact made between multiple cars after the checkered flag is displayed. Things are getting interesting under the lights here at Lee USA Speedway.

 

7:33

Track officials have called the race official with David Stone the race winner.

 

7:32

The No. 03 makes contact with Joey Kendall (No. 162) exiting turn two on the white flag lap. Kendall hits the wall and we’re back under caution with one lap remaining.

 

7:30

30 minutes remaining before curfew. 5 laps remaining in this race, a 20-lap Outlaw Mini Stock feature, and a 20-lap 6 & 8 Cylinder Enduro feature.

 

7:30

The Pure Stock 4 Cylinders went the first ten lap without a caution, they’ve had two before they’ve been able to complete lap 11.

 

7:28

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Congratulations to Carl Mederios Jr. On his NEMA Lites chamiponship!

 

7:20

Pure Stock 4 Cylinders are now on the track to complete their 15-lap feature. Outlaw Mini Stocks and 6 & 8 Cylinder Enduro remaining on the schedule.

 

7:19

Carl Medeiros Jr. clinches the 2013 NEMA Lites championship with a fourth place finish.

 

7:16

CHECKERED FLAG: Danny Cugini wins the NEMA Lites 20-lap feature.

 

7:16

FIVE TO GO: Cugini uses the top side of the race track to work his way around Barrrows.

 

7:15

HALFWAY: Andy Barrows and Danny Cugini battle for the lead.

 

7:11

Two laps complete, two yellow flags for the NEMA Lites.

 

7:05

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7:05

We have 56 minutes remaining here to get in the four remaining features before the 8 p.m. curfew.

Following the NEMA Lites, we have the Outlaw Mini Stocks, Pure Stock 4 Cylinders, and 6 & 8 Cylinder Enduros.

 

7:04

NEMA Lites are now on the track for their 20-lap feature.

 

7:03

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You guys do a great job covering the races good job

 

6:58

Bob Anderson wins the second 20-lap Mini Stock feature.

 

6:58

A lapped car on the bottom of the track holds up Childs and Anderson takes the race lead.

 

6:57

With five to go, Childs and Anderson are swapping paint for the race lead. Childs on the inside, Anderson on the outside.

 

6:56

10 down, 10 to go. Jimmy Childs leads Bob Anderson, Jeff Dumbroski, and Darrell Moore.

 

6:48

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Glad to see updates from all races ..great job Speed51 from Maine!!!

 

6:46

The second Mini Stock feature has now rolled onto the race track.

 

6:45

Emerson Cayer wins the 20-lap Mini Stock feature.

 

6:42

With 10 down and 10 laps to go, North East Mini Stock Tour competitor Emerson Cayer leads Oxford Plains Speedway champion Justin Larsen.

 

6:40

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6:35

Mini Stocks are now on the track for their 20-lap feature. We’ll continue to provide periodic updates and race winners from the remaining features.

 

6:35

Unofficial NEMA Midget Top-Ten

1 47 Randy Cabral
2 29 Ian Cumens
3 21 Jim Chambers
4 9 John Zych Jr.
5 39 Todd Bertrand
6 4 Anthony Nocella
7 71 Seth Carlson
8 99 Paul Bigelow
9 30 Paul Scally
10 80 Joey Payne

 

6:32

Without access to timing and scoring, we can only provide an unofficial finish of the NEMA Midget feature. We’ll have the unofficial top-ten shortly.

 

6:29

CHECKERED FLAG: Randy Cabral wins the 25-lap NEMA Midget feature.

 

6:29

WHITE FLAG: The leaders approach lapped traffic as they get the white flag.

 

6:29

Lap 21: Cabral continues to lead Cummens by about a car-length.

 

6:28

Lap 20: Doug Cleveland goes one lap down.

 

6:28

 

 

6:28

Lap 18: Zych has worked his way by Bertrand for fourth. He now applies pressure to Chambers for third.

 

6:27

Lap 16: Cumens isn’t letting Cabral pull away up front. He’s within a car-length of the leader.

 

6:27

Lap 14: Cabral, Cumens, Chambers, Bertrand, Zych, Nocella, Carlson, Payne, Scally, and R. Stoehr.

 

6:25

Lap 9: Payne is starting to fall off the pace in the No. 80. He’s fallen back to sixth.

 

6:25

Lap 7: Cabral to the outside of Payne for the race lead.

 

6:25

Lap 6: Cabral dives to the inside of Cumens for the second spot. He now applies pressure to Payne for the race lead.

 

6:24

Lap 4: Cumens is all over Payne for the top-spot.

 

6:24

Lap 2: Cumens looks to the inside of Payne, but Payne shuts the door. Chambers rides in third.

 

6:23

GREEN FLAG: Joey Payne leads the field into turn one. They battle behind him for the second spot.

 

6:22

Bethany Stoehr is having difficulty firing her car. They’ve pushed the No. 5b back to the pit area.

 

6:21

NEMA Midgets Starting Lineup

1 80 Joey Payne
2 30 Paul Scally
3 29s Ian Cumens
4 21 Jim Chambers
5 71 Seth Carlson
6 26b Russ Stoehr
7 39 Todd Bertrand
8 47 Randy Cabral
9 9 John Zych Jr.
10 5b Bethany Stoehr
11 77 Doug Cleveland
12 44a Avery Stoehr
13 4 Anthony Nocella
14 99 Paul Bigelow
15 50 Carl Medieros

 

6:20

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6:15

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6:13

Jimmy Russell wins the Late Model Sportsman 25-lap feature. Russell also drove that same car earlier today in the Late Model feature.

 

6:12

Race officials made the call to do single file restarts for the last four or five restarts. They’ve also warned Newcomb for aggressive driving.

 

6:11

Yellow flag is out again. Two laps to go.

 

6:07

Yellow flag is out with three laps to go. Ryder and Newcomb make contact in turn one and it results in a broken suspension part on Ryder’s machine.

 

6:04

Lap 20: Newcomb makes contact with Ryder and they drift high in turn four. Jimmy Russell fills the hole and takes the lead.

 

6:04

With 15 down and 10 to go, Paul Newcomb and Jimmy Ryder battle for the top-spot.

 

6:03

Late Model Sportsman will only be going 25 laps.

 

5:59

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5:51

Under caution with 10 laps down, 20 laps to go, Jimmy Russell leads the way in the Late Model Sportsman feature.

 

5:47

In order to save time, they will not be doing victory lane for the remaining divisions tonight. There is an 8 p.m. curfew here at the track and there is still seven features remaining.

 

5:46

Feature Winners Thus Far Today:

Ironman Super Series: Gerard Cote
Pro Stocks: Dave Farrington, Jr.
NE Classic Lites: Jim Wentworth
Late Models: Wayne Helliwell Jr.
Valenti Modified Racing Series: Tommy Barrett
Hobby Stocks: Jim Shorrey, Scott Serydynski
Small Block Supers: Tommy Tombarello Jr.

 

5:30

26 Late Model Sportsman will take the green flag.

 

5:27

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5:27

Late Model Sportsman/Super Streets are up next. NEMA Midgets will follow.

 

5:21

Tommy Tombarello Jr. wins the Small Block Supers 30-lap feature.

 

5:13

Big wreck on the frontstretch on the restart. Netishen, Papuga, Kimball, and Sawyer all involved.

 

5:11

Caution is out with 22 out of 30 laps completed. Tony Carroll sits sideways in turn two. Tommy Tombarello Jr. leads Michael Spurling, Mark Maciver, Leslie Keyser, and Mike Netishen.

 

5:07

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5:05

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5:05

NEMA Midgets are up next. They’ll run a 25-lap feature.

 

5:03

Caution is out again with four laps complete. David Papuga spins into the infield. Michael Spurling currently leads.

 

4:59

Mike Murphy spins in turn one on the first lap of the Small Block Supers feature. He showed his displeasure with Mark Maciver by throwing his steering wheel at his car as he drove by under caution.

 

4:55

Small Block Supers are now on the track for their 30-lap feature.

 

4:49

Scott Serydynski wins the second Hobby Stock feature.

 

4:37

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4:25

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4:22

Jim Shorrey wins the first Hobby Stock feature.

 

4:01

Hobby Stocks are now on the track. They will run two separate features due to the number of cars (47) that showed up for this weekends event.

 

3:59

Valenti Modified Racing Series 100 – Unofficial Results

1 9 Tommy Barrett
2 13 Steve Masse
3 21 Jon McKennedy
4 99 Richard Savary
5 06 Les Hinckley
6 38 Mike Willis Jr.
7 85 Louie Mechalides
8 0 Mike Holdridge
9 25 Rowan Pennink
10 53 Norm Wrenn
11 79 Max Zachem
12 69 Jim Dolan
13 17 Todd Owen
14 66 Dylan Kopec
15 24 Todd Patnode
16 5ct Chris Pasteryak
17 77 Matt Mead
18 28 Dwight Jarvis
19 92 Anthony Nocella
20 1nh Rob Goodenough
21 70 Andy Seuss
22 57 Jeff Rocco
23 05 Jacob Dore
24 55 Joe Doucette
25 49 Jim Storace
26 58 Eric Goodale

 

3:56

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3:55

Tommy Barrett celebrates becoming the first driver to win the Lee Oktoberfest Modified race more then once.

2013 Tommy Barrett
2012 Tommy Barrett
2011 Rowan Pennink
2010 Stephen Masse
2009 Ken Barry
2008 Jon McKennedy
2007 Andy Seuss
2006 Les Hinckley III
2005 Jimmy Dolen

 

3:53

Tommy Barrett celebrates his second straight VMRS win at Lee Oktoberfest. (TJ Ingerson Photo/@VMMUpdates)

 

 

3:49

Barrett, Masse, McKennedy, Savary, and Hinckley are the top-five. We’ll have a full rundown shortly.

 

3:48

CHECKERED FLAG: Tommy Barrett wins the Valenti Modified Racing Series 100 at Lee USA Speedway. This is his second straight victory in this event on Lee Oktoberfest weekend.

 

3:47

Lap 98: Pennink rides in the eighth spot. If he holds on, that’s enough to clinch the 2013 championship.

 

3:46

Lap 96: McKennedy looks to the outside of Hinckley for fourth.

 

3:46

Lap 94: Barrett now holds a five car-length lead up front. Masse, Savary, Hinckley, and McKennedy follow.

 

3:45

Lap 91: Barrett dives to the bottom and takes the race lead. Masse tries to battle back with a crossover move, but Barrett is able to hold him off.

 

3:45

Lap 90: Barrett is knocking on the back bumper of Masse’s car for the race lead.

 

3:44

Lap 87: Barrett powers to the inside of Savary. He takes the second spot.

 

3:44

Lap 85: Barrett and Savary make contact. They both save it and continue on.

 

3:43

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3:43

GREEN FLAG: Masse and Savary lead the field back to green. They’re side-by-side around the entire track. Barrett and Hinckley side-by-side for third.

 

3:42

Seuss’ car sits against the wall in turn one. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:40

Seuss is unhappy with Anthony Nocella. He walks up to his car on pit road and voices his displeasure.

 

3:39

Seuss is out of his car and walking towards the pits.

 

3:38

YELLOW FLAG: Andy Seuss hard into the turn one wall.

 

3:37

Lap 83: Willis Jr. has slipped into the fourth spot.

 

3:37

Lap 80: Masse, Savary, Barrett, and Hinckely have checked out from the rest of the field.

 

3:36

Lap 76: Barrett looks to the inside of Savary for second. Savary slams the door and the top four run nose-to-tail.

 

3:35

GREEN FLAG: Masse and Savary are door-to-door into turn one. They drag race down the backstretch.

 

3:35

Current Running Order (75 laps complete):

1. Masse
2. Savary
3. Barrett
4. Pennink
5. Hinckley
6. Willis Jr.
7. Mechalides
8. Wrenn
9. Jarvis
10. Holdridge
11. McKennedy
12. Seuss
13. Zachem
14. Pasteryak
15. Patnode

 

3:34

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3:33

Nocella, Zachem, McKennedy, Pasteryak, Patnode, Seuss, Goodenough, and Kopec bring their cars down pit road.

 

3:32

YELLOW FLAG: Jeff Rocco, Jim Dolan, Chris Pasteryak, and Mike Holdridge involved in a wreck in turn four.

 

3:31

Lap 76: Barrett now works the inside of Pennink for third. They’re side-by-side.

 

3:30

Lap 75: Barrett powers to the inside of Patnode for fourth. Hinckley follows and takes the fifth spot.

 

3:30

Lap 74: Nocella leads Savary by one-car length up front.

 

3:30

Lap 72: Barrett is now in the top-five for the first time today.

 

3:30

Lap 69: Barrett gets a good run underneath McKennedy for sixth. He now dives to the inside of Nocella for fifth. Hinckley is right there as well.

 

3:29

Lap 67: Barrett is on the move. He’s up to the seventh spot and closing in on McKennedy for sixth.

 

3:28

Lap 65: Joe Doucette has received the black flag from race control.

 

3:28

Lap 62: Zachem and McKennedy battle door-to-door for eighth.

 

3:27

Lap 60: Patnode under Rocco for fourth.

 

3:27

GREEN FLAG: Masse gets the jump on the restart. He leads the field into turn one.

 

3:26

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3:26

59 laps complete when we go back to green.

 

3:25

Dore, Mead, Jarvis, Owen, and Seuss all pit under caution.

 

3:24

YELLOW FLAG: Jim Storace is up against the wall in turn three.

 

3:23

Lap 57: Pennink dives underneath Rocco for third. Patnode attempts to follow.

 

3:23

Lap 56: Savary powers by Mead for second. He now sets his sights on Masse.

 

3:22

GREEN FLAG: Masse and Mead are even into turn one. Masse uses the momentum from the outside groove to take the lead down the backstretch.

 

3:21

Current Running Order (55 laps complete):

1. Mead
2. Masse
3. Patnode
4. Savary
5. Kopec
6. Rocco
7. McKennedy
8. Pennink
9. Pasteryak
10. Zachem
11. Willis Jr.
12. Nocella
13. Mechalides
14. Wrenn
15. Hinckley
16. Barrett
17. Holdridge
18. Jarvis
19. Seuss
20. Dore
21. Doucette
22. Goodenough
23. Dolan

 

3:19

Hinckley, Holdridge, Wrenn, Mechalides, Seuss, Dore, McKennedy, and Barrett are among those to hit pit road under caution.

 

3:17

YELLOW FLAG: Jim Storace spins in turn four.

 

3:17

Lap 55: Masse has reeled in Mead. He works his back bumper for the race lead. Masse dives to the inside and takes the top spot.

 

3:16

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3:16

Lap 53: Mead’s lead up front is roughly four car-lengths.

 

3:16

Lap 51: Masse is now closing the gap between himself and Mead. Patnode is also on the move.

 

3:15

Lap 50: Mead, Masse, Patnode, Savary, Kopec, Rocco, Pasteryak, McKenned, Pennink and Zachem.

 

3:15

Lap 47: Mead continues to pull away up front. He’s beginning to reel in lapped traffic.

 

3:14

Lap 41: Barrett has now dropped to the back of the field and rides in the 26th position. This isn’t a new strategy for Barrett. He’s known for dropping to the back of the field to conserve tires for the closing laps of the event.

 

3:13

Lap 37: Goodenough and Seuss make contact in the middle of the field. Seuss slides up towards the turn three wall. He saves it, but not before he loses a lot of track position.

 

3:11

Lap 35: Patnode now tries to battle back and he’s side-by-side with Masse for fourth.

 

3:11

Lap 33: Masse is on the move. He powers to the outside of Pasteryak and carries the momentum by Savary and Patnode. Move Masse to the fourth spot.

 

3:10

Lap 29: Pasteryak underneath Zachem for seventh. Masse, who started shotgun on the field, follows Pasteryak to the eighth spot.

 

3:09

Lap 27: Patnode and Savary dive underneath Zachem for position.

 

3:09

Lap 24: Kopec dives underneath Zachem and Holdridge to take the third position.

 

3:08

Lap 23: Pasteryak ducks underneath McKennedy for eighth.

 

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3:07

Lap 20: Mead, Rocco, Holdridge, Zachem, Kopec, Patnode, Savary, McKennedy, Pasteryak, and Mechalides.

 

3:07

Lap 18: Mead continues to have a very comfortable lead up front.

 

3:06

Lap 16: Point leader Rowan Pennink currently rides in the 12th spot.

 

3:06

Lap 14: Kopec battles door-to-door with McKennedy for fifth.

 

3:05

Lap 10: Holdridge takes the third spot. Zachem now works the high side of the race track. He takes the fourth spot from McKennedy.

 

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Lap 8: Holdridge works the outside of McKennedy for third.

 

3:04

Lap 6: Mead with a five car-length advantage over Rocco up front. It’s nearly a full straightaway back to McKennedy in third.

 

3:03

Lap 4: Kopec and Holdridge battle for the fourth spot.

 

3:03

Lap 3: Mead and Rocco have runaway from the rest of the field.

 

3:03

Lap 1: Mead battles back on the inside after Rocco drifts high in the middle of the turn. Mead leads lap number one.

 

3:02

GREEN FLAG: Rocco gets the jump on the outside as they head into turn one.

 

3:02

Lights are out on the VMRS pace truck. Green flag next time by.

 

2:59

Valenti Modified Racing Series Starting Lineup

1 77 Matt Mead
2 57 Jeff Rocco
3 21 Jon McKennedy
4 85 Louie Mechalides
5 66 Dylan Kopec
6 99 Richard Savary
7 0 Mike Holdridge
8 79 Max Zachem
9 24 Todd Patnode
10 38 Mike Willis Jr.
11 25 Rowan Pennink
12 9 Tommy Barrett
13 69 Jim Dolan
14 5ct Chris Pasteryak
15 55 Joe Doucette
16 1nh Rob Goodenough
17 06 Les Hinckley
18 92 Anthony Nocella
19 17 Todd Owen
20 70 Andy Seuss
21 05 Jacob Dore
22 58 Eric Goodale
23 28 Dwight Jarvis
24 49 Jim Storace
25 53 Norm Wrenn
26 13 Steve Masse

 

2:58

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2:58

AC/DC’s “Hells Bells” plays over the speakers here at the race track as the ground pounding modifieds of the Valenti Modified Racing Series makes their way onto the speedway.

 

2:57

Point leader Rowan Pennink enters today’s event needing to finish 17th or better to clinch the 2013 Valenti Modified Racing Series championship.

 

2:54

The Valenti Modified Racing Series 100-lap feature is up next.

 

2:53

This is the fifth win in the Late Model race for Helliwell Jr at Oktoberfest.

 

2:52

Unofficial Late Model Results

1 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
2 29 Aaron Fellows
3 00 AJ Panessiti
4 53 Tyler Fiscus
5 05 Ricky Bly
6 71 Gerry DeGasparre Jr.
7 2 Allen Fellows
8 28 John Lowinski-Loh
9 04 Branden Dion
10 10 John Falconi
11 21 Shane Clark
12 4 Scott Dion

 

2:50

CHECKERED FLAG: Wayne Helliwell Jr. wins the 50-lap Late Model feature.

 

2:49

Lap 48: Helliwell with nearly a full straightaway advantage up front.

 

2:49

Lap 45: Helliwell puts Clark down one lap.

 

2:48

Lap 43: Two battles on the race track as we close in on five to go. Panessiti and Fiscus battle for third. Bly and DeGasparre duke it out for fifth.

 

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2:48

Lap 40: Helliwell, Aaron Fellows, Panessiti, Fiscus, Bly, DeGasparre, Allen Fellows, Lowinski-Loh, Falconi, B. Dion, and Clark.

 

2:47

Lap 40: The race for third is on with Panessiti and Fiscus. Fiscus looks to dive to the bottom, but Panessiti shuts the door.

 

2:46

Lap 39: Fiscus has closed the gap between himself and Panessiti.

 

2:46

Lap 36: Allen Fellows dives under Lowinski-Loh for the seventh spot.

 

2:45

Lap 33: Helliwell with a very comfortable lead up front.

 

2:45

Lap 30: Fiscus will now try to reel in Panessiti for the third spot. DeGasparre is on the back bumper of Bly for fifth.

 

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2:44

Lap 29: Fiscus works the outside of Bly. He takes the fourth spot.

 

2:44

Lap 26: Fiscus to the outside of DeGasparre for fifth. He now closes in on Bly for fourth.

 

2:43

Lap 24: DeGasparre tries to make a move on Bly for fourth, but Fiscus is also there dicing it up.

 

2:42

Lap 21: Fellows dives to the inside of Panessiti exiting turn four. He takes the second spot and will now attempt to reel in Helliwell.

 

2:42

Lap 19: Fellows takes the third spot from Bly. He now goes to work on the back bumper of Panessiti’s #00.

 

2:41

Lap 16: Helliwell, Panessiti, Bly, Fellows, DeGasparre, Fiscus, Falconi, Lowinski-Loh, Allen Fellows, Clark, and Branden Dion.

 

2:40

Lap 15: Up front, Helliwell has opened up nearly a half-straightaway advantage over the rest of the field.

 

2:40

Lap 11: Helliwell from ninth to the top spot in just ten laps. Aaron Fellows is also on the move. He works the bumper of Bly for the third spot.

 

2:39

Lap 10: Helliwell jets to the outside of Panessiti. He takes the lead.

 

2:38

Lap 9: Helliwell works the outside of Bly for second. He takes the spot out of turn two.

 

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2:38

Lap 7: Bly is all over Panessiti but he has little room for error with Helliwell all over his back bumper.

 

2:38

Lap 5: Helliwell already up to third. He now attempts to reel in Bly and Panessiti.

 

2:37

Lap 3: Dion gets sideways off of turn two. Bly and DeGasparee slide by to take the second and third positions.

 

2:36

GREEN FLAG: Dion and Panessiti lead the field into turn one. They’re side-by-side into turn one, but Panessiti gets the advantage off of turn two.

 

2:36

The field is crossed over. Green flag next time by.

 

2:34

Late Model Starting Lineup

1 4 Scott Dion
2 00 AJ Panessiti
3 2 Allen Fellows
4 05 Ricky Bly
5 71 Gerry DeGasparre Jr.
6 04 Branden Dion
7 10 John Falconi
8 21 Shane Clark
9 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
10 28 John Lowinski-Loh
11 29 Aaron Fellows
12 53 Tyler Fiscus

 

2:34

Late Models are now coming onto the race track. Scott Dion leads them out.

 

2:32

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2:25

Jim Wentworth wins the 20-lap NE Classic Lites feature. Late Model feature is up next.

 

2:22

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Good Luck to my Dad and brother fielding the #80 NEMA Midget with the “Jersey Jet” Joey Payne driving this weekend!

 

2:21

NE Classic Lites power down the frontstretch. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

2:18

NE Classic Lites will only run 20 laps for their feature. They’re currently at the halfway mark.

 

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2:05

Kruczek (00) and Helliwell Jr. (27) battle for the lead in the closing laps. (TJ Ingerson/@VMMUpdates)

 

 

2:00

Dave Farrington Jr. carries the checkered flag after the Pro Stock feature. (TJ Ingerson Photo/@VMMUpdates)

 

 

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1:51

NE Classic Lites are now on the track for their 25-lap feature.

 

1:49

Unofficial Pro Stock/Super Late Model Results

1 23 Dave Farrington Jr.
2 00 Bryan Kruczek
3 18 Jeff Fagan
4 35 Bobby Nadeau
5 36 Jay Sands
6 75 Gary Smith
7 3 Matt Frahm
8 88 Kyle DeSouza
9 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
10 66 Bobby Cabral
11 55 Jesse Smith
12 11 Steve Johnson
13 8 Michael Screlli
14 13 Jimmy Russell
15 72 Charlie Colby
16 29 Barry Gray
17 37 Larry Gelinas
18 12 Derrick Griffith
19 07 George Helliwell

 

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1:42

CHECKERED FLAG: Dave Farrington Jr. goes from first to last to win the 50-lap Pro Stock feature.

 

1:42

Lap 49: Kruczek gets loose and Farrington dives to the bottom. Farrington takes the top spot.

 

1:41

Lap 48: Farrington takes second and tries to real in Kruczek for the top-spot.

 

1:41

GREEN FLAG: Kruczek leads the field into turn one. Farrington dives to the inside of Fagan for the second spot.

 

1:41

They’ll have a single-file restart.

 

1:40

Dave Farrington Jr., who started shotgun on the field, currently rides in the third position.

 

1:39

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1:39

Lee USA Speedway track announcer John Spence after looking at a video replay in the booth: “It appears the back end just came around on Helliwell’s car.”

 

1:37

YELLOW FLAG: Wayne Helliwell Jr. spins coming off of turn four after making contact with Kruczek.

 

1:37

Lap 47: Kruczek continues to lead, but Helliwell is there. They make contact.

 

1:37

Lap 46: Helliwell continues to try to fight on the inside with Kruczek leaving the door open on the inside.

 

1:36

Lap 45: Kruczek clears Helliwell for the race lead. He continues to use the high side of the race track.

 

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1:36

Lap 44: Kruczek leads the lap. They still remain side-by-side.

 

1:35

GREEN FLAG: Helliwell with the advantage into turn one, Kruczek uses the momentum on the outside and the drag race down the backstretch.

 

1:35

Prior to the caution, Kruczek was mounting his best challenge for the race lead. Kruczek seemed to find something on the outside groove, where he’ll start for this restart with 10 laps to go.

 

1:32

YELLOW FLAG: Kyle DeSouza spins in turn two.

 

1:32

Lap 40: Kruczek with a good run down the backstretch and looks to the outside of Helliwell.

 

1:30

Lap 35: Up front, Kruczek isn’t letting Helliwell get out of his sight. It’s about a car-length advantage as they work lapped traffic.

 

1:30

Lap 33: The battle is now for fourth with DeSouza and Farrington.

 

1:29

Lap 31: DeSouza takes the spot from Sands. Farrington follows on the inside and takes the fifth spot.

 

1:28

Lap 29: DeSouza looks to the inside of Sands for fourth. Farrington watches as the two battle it out door-to-door.

 

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Lap 27: Sands, DeSouza, and Farrington in a heated battle for the fourth and fifth spot.

 

1:28

Lap 25: Kruczek is closing in on Helliwell for the lead. It’s less than a car-length advantage up front.

 

1:27

Lap 23: Barry Gray has taken his car to the pit area after suffering damages in the accident that brought out the caution.

 

1:26

Lap 20: Farrington all over the back bumper of DeSouza for the fifth spot.

 

1:26

Lap 18: Helliwell leads Kruczek by nearly one car-length. Another three car-lengths back to Fagan in third.

 

1:25

Lap 17: Kruczek falls into second. Fagan third. Sands and DeSouza follow.

 

1:25

Lap 15: Tough break for Gelinas. He rolls slowly down the backstretch and into the pit area.

 

1:25

GREEN FLAG: Gelinas slows on the restart and goes to the bottom. Helliwell takes the lead on the outside.

 

1:24

Current Running Order (14 laps complete):

1. Gelinas
2. Helliwell Jr.
3. Fagan
4. Kruczek
5. Smith
6. Sands
7. Nadeau
8. DeSouza
9. Frahm
10. Farrington Jr.
11. J. Smith
12. Screlli
13. Gray
14. Cabral
15. Russell
16. Johnson
17. Colby

 

1:23

The incident appeared to start when Griffith spun coming off of turn two. Gray locked up the breaks trying to avoid Griffith’s spinning car and Colby slammed into the side of his car on the backstretch.

 

1:22

Colby takes his car to the pit area. He appears to have heavy damage to the front end of his car.

 

1:21

YELLOW FLAG: Derek Griffith, Barry Gray, and Charlie Colby all piled up on the backstretch.

 

1:21

Lap 13: Helliwell dives to the bottom in turn three and he’s under Fagan for the second spot.

 

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1:20

Lap 11: Gelinas with a two car-length advantage over Fagan. Helliwell now closing in on Fagan for second.

 

1:19

Lap 10: Sands and Nadeau battle for sixth. Sands takes the spot.

 

1:19

Lap 9: Fagan is currently about two car-lengths back from Gelinas up front.

 

1:18

Lap 8: Helliwell takes the spot. Kruczek now look to the bottom of Smith for fourth.

 

1:18

Lap 5: Helliwell dives to the bottom of Smith. They drag race down the backstretch for third.

 

1:18

Lap 2: Helliwell to the outside of Nadeau for fourth. He now pressures Smith for the third spot.

 

1:17

GREEN FLAG: Fagan and Gelinas lead the field into turn one. Gelinas gets a big jump on the outside and cuts down in front of Fagan for the race lead.

 

1:17

Matt Frahm is in the #3 for today’s race, not Craig Brown as noted below.

 

1:16

Jeff Fagan was very quick during yesterday’s qualifying heat race before being involved in an incident that sent him to the back. We’ll keep an eye on him to see if he can stay out front here today.

 

1:14

Pro Stocks/Super Late Models Starting Lineup

1 18 Jeff Fagan
2 37 Larry Gelinas
3 35 Bobby Nadeau
4 75 Gary Smith
5 3 Craig Brown
6 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
7 12 Steve Johnson
8 00 Bryan Kruczek
9 11 Steve Johnson
10 88 Kyle DeSouza
11 36 Jay Sands
12 07 George Helliwell
13 55 Jesse Smith
14 8 Michael Screlli
15 29 Barry Gray
16 66 Bobby Cabral
17 72 Charlie Colby
18 13 Jimmy Russell
19 23 Dave Farrington Jr.

 

1:14

Pro Stocks are now rolling onto the track for their 50-lap feature.

 

1:09

Wayne Osborne wins the second Ironman feature. Gerard Cote wins the Ironman Super Series 50-lap event and will bring home a $1,000 paycheck.

 

1:05

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George is piloting Wayne Helliwell Sr.’s pro stock.

 

1:04

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1:03

George is Wayne Helliwell’s brother. He is making his first start in a Pro Stock this weekend.

 

1:03

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WHO IS O7 PRO STOCK GEORGE HELLIWELL? IS HE RELATED TO WAYNE?

 

12:55

10 laps complete in the Ironman feature. Pro Stocks are up next.

 

12:47

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12:40

Red flag is out for the No. 49 Ironman of Ronnie Washburn. The car flipped and rolled over onto it’s side in turn one. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:33

The Ironman Super Series is now on the track for their second 25-lap feature. The field was inverted after the feature last night and the driver with the lowest score between both features will bring home $1,000.

 

12:30

North East Mini Stock competitor Emerson Cayer wins the second Outlaw Mini Stock qualifying heat race.

 

12:28

The biggest open Modified event in the country, the John Blewett III North-South Shootout, is back and bigger than ever for its 11th annual running. On November 8th and 9th, the “Men who live by the grace of God and 600 horsepower” will thunder around North Carolina’s Caraway Speedway in this traditional Modified battle pitting the stars of the Northern Modifieds versus their counterparts in the South. Tickets are affordable for the whole family and it’s a show that shouldn’t be missed by fans who enjoy wheel-to-wheel excitement. For more details on the 11th annual John Blewett III North-South Shootout, visit www.carawayspeedway.com

 

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12:27

The second Outlaw Mini Stock feature is now on the track to begin the racing action here today.

 

12:25

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12:22

There will be one Mini Stock heat race that they will need to finish prior to today’s feature events. The track was forced to shut things down due to an 8:25 p.m. curfew last night.

The curfew was reached as a result of rain in the area and a horrible accident in the Mini Stock heat race that ended with driver Seth Stickney being airlifted to a nearby hospital.

Track officials report that Stickney is now at Massachussets General Hospital in Boston resting comfortably.

 

12:16

They are now allowing VMRS driver Jim Storace a few laps around the track to scuff in a new tire after he had problems with one of his tires during yesterday’s qualifying.

 

12:15

South Alabama Speedway will host their big Fall event, the Alabama 200, on Saturday, October 19. There will be a 100-lap Pro Late Model feature, a 50-lap Street Stock Madness, and a 50-lap Modified event. Plus the Motorcycles and Coyotes will be in action as well. For more information, please visit www.southalabamaspeedway.com.

 

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12:14

Late Model Starting Lineup

1 4 Scott Dion
2 00 AJ Panessiti
3 2 Allen Fellows
4 05 Ricky Bly
5 71 Gerry DeGasparre Jr.
6 04 Branden Dion
7 10 John Falconi
8 21 Shane Clark
9 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
10 28 John Lowinski-Loh
11 29 Aaron Fellows
12 53 Tyler Fiscus
13 41 Scott Fearn

 

12:11

The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association. More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400. Visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com‬‬ for more.

 

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12:09

NEMA Midgets are now on the track for a warmup session to prepare for today’s event. They were not able to qualify yesterday due to the rain in the area, so this will allow the teams to break in their cars for today’s 25-lap feature.

 

12:08

Pro Stock/Super Late Model Starting Lineup

1 18 Jeff Fagan
2 37 Larry Gelinas
3 35 Bobby Nadeau
4 75 Gary Smith
5 3 Craig Brown
6 27 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
7 12 Steve Johnson
8 00 Bryan Kruczek
9 11 Steve Johnson
10 88 Kyle DeSouza
11 36 Jay Sands
12 07 George Helliwell
13 55 Jesse Smith
14 8 Michael Screlli
15 29 Barry Gray
16 66 Bobby Cabral
17 72 Charlie Colby
18 13 Jimmy Russell
19 23 Dave Farrington Jr.

 

12:04

Track officials announce a new event record of 317 total cars in the pit area among the 14 divisions in action here today.

 

12:03

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12:02

The battle for the CARS X-1R Pro Cup Series championship will heat up at America’s Favorite Home Track, Hickory Motor Speedway, on October 19 and fans have the opportunity to see all the action for free. The Bojangles’ 250 at the Hickory, NC oval will be the penultimate battle in the Pro Cup Championship Series, offering some of the tightest short track racing at one of the country’s most historic tracks. Fans can pick up free tickets for the event beginning October 13 at Hickory area Bojangles’ restaurants. For more on this event, visit www.carsprocup.com.

 

12:02

 

 

12:02

NEMA Midget Starting Lineup

1 80 Pete Pernesiglio Jr.
2 30 Paul Scally
3 29s Ian Cumens
4 21 Jim Chambers
5 71 Seth Carlso
6 26b Russ Stoehr
7 39 Todd Bertrand
8 47 Randy Cabral
9 9 John Zych Jr.
10 5b Bethany Stoehr
11 77 Doug Cleveland
12 44a Avery Stoehr
13 4 Anthony Nocella
14 99 Paul Bigelow
15 50 Brandon Igo

 

11:54

NEMA Midget Driver Roster

4 Anthony Nocella
5b Bethany Stoehr
9 John Zych Jr.
21 Jim Chambers
26b Russ Stoehr
29s Ian Cumens
30 Paul Scally
39 Todd Bertrand
44a Avery Stoehr
47 Randy Cabral
50 Brandon Igo
71 Seth Carlso
77 Doug Cleveland
80 Pete Pernesiglio Jr.
99 Paul Bigelow

 

11:42

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11:36

The outside wall here at Lee can be a competitors worst nightmare. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:35

VMRs cars lineup in the infield after pre race tech. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:32

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11:31

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11:31

Todd Patnode is ready for 100-laps at Lee today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:30

Max Zachem rolls thru VMRS pre race tech. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:27

Crew members look under the hood of Bobby Nadau’s car in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:23

It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby presented by JEGS at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Last year, Erik Jones made a bold outside pass on Kyle Busch to win his first Derby. It will be a who’s who of Late Model stars from all across North America. Make your plans now to be a part of this incredible event. For more information, visit www.snowballderby.com.

 

11:23

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11:23

Wayne Helliwell Jr stands between his Pro Stock and Late Model while he talks with a track official. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:18

Charlie Colby is a two-time winner in the Pro Series at Beech Ridge this year. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:18

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11:18

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11:17

Larry Gelinas’ No. 37 sits on jackstands in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:10

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11:03

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11:03

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11:00

Valenti Modified Racing Series Starting Lineup

1 77 Matt Mead
2 57 Jeff Rocco
3 21 Jon McKennedy
4 85 Louie Mechalides
5 66 Dylan Kopec
6 99 Richard Savary
7 0 Mike Holdridge
8 79 Max Zachem
9 24 Todd Patnode
10 38 Mike Willis Jr.
11 25 Rowan Pennink
12 9 Tommy Barrett
13 69 Jim Dolan
14 5ct Chris Pasteryak
15 55 Joe Doucette
16 1nh Rob Goodenough
17 06 Les Hinckley
18 92 Anthony Nocella
19 17 Todd Owen
20 70 Andy Seuss
21 05 Jacob Dore
22 58 Eric Goodale
23 28 Dwight Jarvis
24 49 Jim Storace
25 53 Norm Wrenn
26 13 Steve Masse

 

10:48

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10:45

Yesterday, the Valenti Modified Racing Series had 31 attempt to qualify for today’s event. They narrowed down that list to 26, which will start today’s 100-lap feature. We’ll have the full starting lineup for you momentarily.

 

10:44

Today’s Schedule of Events

11:00 a.m. – Pre Race Activities Begin
Drivers Meeting
12:00 p.m. – Features Begin
Ironman Super Series Segment #2 (25 laps)
Pro Stock/Super Late Models (50 laps)
NE Classic Lites (25 Laps)
Late Models (50 laps)
Valenti Modified Racing Series (100 laps)
Hobby/Strictly Stocks (20 laps)
Small Block Supers (30 laps)
LMS/Super Streets (25 laps)
NEMA Midgets (25 laps)
Mini Stock/Roadrunners (20 laps)
NEMA Lites (20 laps)
Pure Stock 4 Cylinders (15 laps)
Outlaw Mini Stocks (20 laps)
6 & 8 Cylinder Enduro (20 laps)

 

10:40

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10:39

Good morning from Lee USA Speedway in Lee, NH. Welcome into Speed51’s Trackside Now coverage of today’s Lee Ocktoberfest. 14 divisions and well over 300 cars will hit the track today in hopes of bringing home one more trophy before the racing season begins to come to an end here in the Northeast.

After a misty day yesterday at the track, it’s a beautiful fall day here in southern New Hampshire with temperatures expected to be in the high 50’s by race time.

 

10:36

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Trackside Now – Oktoberfest – Lee USA Speedway (NH) – 10/13/13