12:13
That does it from New Smyrna Speedway tonight. Thanks for joining us and we’ll have more on www.speed51.com in the coming hours. Goodnight.
12:09
12:09
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12:06
Zachary Curtis beats Warren Howie in the Strictly Street race.
12:04
Ted Vulpius won the Mini Stock race in case you missed it.
12:03
Dave Hwlliwell won the Sportsman feature over Ron Gustafson and Garrett Hill.
11:54
Comment From Diane

So happy someone won who was Pete’s friend!!! Congrats Bobby!!!

11:52
We will have more on the DQ in the race story on 51 in the morning.
11:51
11:51
Bobby Good and crew celebrate the win tonight at the Pete Orr Memorial. (Speed51.com photo)
11:48
Official Pete Orr Memorial 100 Results

1 27 Bobby Good
2 59 Jake Perkins
3 68 JJ Haley
4 51 Stephen Nasse
5 1 Tyler Dippel
6 57 Chad Pierce
7 O7 Tyler Scofield
8 20 Anthony Sergi
9 51 Michael Atwell
10 17 Ashley Rogero
11 72 Scott Heckert
12 5 Daniel Keene Jr.
13 24 Rico Abreu
14 5 Will Gallaher
15 12 David Green
16 129 Spencer Davis
17 54 Matt Craig
18 5 Joe Boyd
19 9 Brad May
20 8 David Garbo Jr.
21 11 David Rogers
22 15 Jason Boyd
23 81 Anthony Campi
DQ 5 Dalton Sargent
DQ 9 William Byron
11:40
11:40
Modified 75 Finish

1 46 Doug Moff
2 44 Sean Bass
3 4B Alan Bruns
4 38 Ricky Moxley
5 13 Kevin Terry
6 51 Chris Harvey
7 96 Matt Wheeler
8 66 Jerry Symons
9 7 Dick Anderson
10 98A Cody Allen
11 15 Robert Deal
12 15 Tank Tucker
13 8 DJ Hoelzle
14 70 Jeremy Gerstner
15 98 LJ Grimm
16 1W Dillon Wood
17 88 John Sappraicone, Jr.
18 9NH Matt Bosowski
20 198 Matt Jarret
21 98 James Ellis
22 55 Shane Held
11:35
Sportsman are now on the track for their feature.
11:30
Doug Moff in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
11:26
11:26
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11:26
CHECKERED FLAG: Bass looking to the inside of Moff at the line,.
11:25
WHITE FLAG: Bass on the bumper of Moff.
11:25
Lap 73: Moff, Bass, Bruns
11:25
Lap 72: Bass gets a run off turn two but its not enough to make the pass.
11:24
Lap 71: Bass puts the pressure on Moff in turn one
11:24
Lap 70: Moff, Bass, Bruns, Moxley, Terry
11:23
GREEN FLAG: Bass and moff start side by side.
11:22
Symons has a leak and will go behind the wall.
11:21
Symons pulls on pit road.
11:20
We are back to yellow flag as they line the field up.
11:16
We will have seven laps to go when we restart.
11:15
Red flag is out while the clean up the front stretch.
11:14
YELLOW FLAG: Anderson, Allen, Terry, all involved.
11:13
GREEN FLAG: Symons and Moff side by side off four, and the field piles up on the front stretch.
11:12
Kevin Terry pulls on pit road.
11:11
YELLOW FLAG:
11:11
Lap 68: Symons, Terry, Moff,
11:10
Lap 66: The cars are nose to tail from first to seventh.
11:09
Lap 64: Terry to the inside of Symons coming to the line.
11:09
Lap 63: Moff looks to the inside of Bass in turn three.
11:09
Lap 61: Terry bumps Symons in turn one letting him know hes there
11:08
Lap 58: It is bumper to bumper from first to fourth coming off turn four.
11:07
Lap 57: Terry looks to the inside of Symons trying to pass for the lead.
11:07
Lap 55: Bass looks to the inside of Terry in turn one for second,
11:06
Lap 54: Symons, Terry, Bass, Moff, Anderson
11:06
Lap 53: Terry makes the pass for second in turn one
11:05
GREEN FLAG: Symons clears the field by the start finish line
11:01
YELLOW FLAG: Bruns and Deal go around in turns one and two.
11:01
Lap 50: Symons, Bass, Moff, Terry, Moxley,
11:00
GREEN FLAG: Symons chooses the high line, Bass to the inside, Symons clears bass at the start finish line.
10:58
YELLOW FLAG: Wheeler in the wall in turn one
10:57
GREEN FLAG: Symons restarts on the outside and clears Bass in second.
10:56
Symons, Moff, Terry, Bass, Allen, Moxley Anderson
10:55
YELLOW FLAG: Car spins on the back stretch.
10:54
Lap 48: Symons makes the pass with Terry right on his bumper.
10:54
GREEN FLAG: Terry and Symons side by side off four, Symons gets the run off the corner and takes the lead in turn one.
10:52
Allen Bruns pulls on pit road.
10:51
YELLOW FLAG: Wheeler comes down pit road.

10:51
GREEN FLAG: Terry chooses the outside lane again with Tucker to the inside. Terry makes the pass for the lead and looses control of the front stretch and spins going into turn one, and avoids contact.
10:49
Terry will restart in the first position.
10:45
YELLOW FLAG: Terry is in the wall at the start finish line.
10:44
GREEN FLAG: Terry chooses the high line, and all the cars pile up on the front stretch.
10:43
We will be restarting on lap 48.
10:42
Moff is now on pit road. Reports that something fell off the car.
10:41
Cody Allen is on pit road.
10:40
Chris Harvey is on pit road.
10:39
CAUTION: The leader, Moff, spins on his own coming off turn two.
10:39
Lap 46: Terry now has caught the leader Moff, and puts the pressure on
10:38
There are now only 12 car left on the track.
10:38
Lap 43: Moff continues to extend his lead.
10:37
Lap 41: The cars have all fallen in single file.
10:36
Lap 39: Moff has a seven car lead over Terry.
10:36
Lap 37: Doug Moff is the new leader followed by Kevyn Terry, Tucker, Anderson Symons Bass, Bruns, Moxley, Allen, and Wheeler
10:35
Lap 34: The leader, Hoezle pulls behind the wall.
10:35
Lap 33: Hoelzle, Moff, Terry, Tucker, Anderson,
10:34
Lap 30: Symons looks to the pass Anderson in turn four for fifth, but couldnt make it stick.
10:33
Lap 29: Lj Grimm pulls on pit road. He was in the ninth position.
10:33
Lap 26: Moff is closing the gap on the leader Hoelzle.
10:32
Lap 24: Alan Bruns looks to the outside of Lj Grimm for ninth.
10:31
Lap 21: Dick Anderson looks to the inside and outside of Symons trying to make the pass for sixth.
10:30
Lap 20: Hoelzle has a straight away lead over Moff.
10:30
Lap 18: Hoelzle, Moff, Terry, Tucker, Symons
10:29
Lap 15: David Wood makes the pass on Sean Bass in turn three for sixth.
10:28
Lap 14: Symons makes the pass for fifth.
10:28
Lap 12: Jerry Symons looks to the inside of Bass for fifth.
10:27
Lap 10: Hoelzle has a big eight car lead over Doug Moff.
10:26
GREEN FLAG: Hoelzle takes the outside lane and pulls a big five car lead coming off turn four.
10:25
Tech has cleared and Bobby Good is the winner of the Pete Orr Memorial. (Speed51.com photo)
10:26
Lights are out on the pace car.
10:25
Hoelzle, Terrry, Tucker, Moff, Symons, Bass, Wood, Jarret, Anderson, Sarppraicone Jr. are your top 10.
10:24
Robert Deal pulls down pit road.
10:24
Cody Allen and James Ellis involved.
10:23
CAUTION: Two cars in the wall in turn two.
10:22
Lap 6: Hoelzle slides under Terry coming off turn four for the lead.
10:21
Lap 4: Hoelzle gets to the bumper of terry at the start finish line.
10:21
Lap 3: Terry leads Hoelzle, Tucker, and Moff
10:20
GREEN FLAG: Terry pulls to the lead off of turn two.
10:19
Lights are out on the pace car.
10:18
This will be a complete restart.
10:17
The Good car waits in the tech line. (Speed51.com photo)
10:17
YELLOW FLAG: Spin in turn one.
10:16
GREEN FLAG: Terry and Hoelzle are side by side going into turn one.
10:15
TECH UPDATE: Pete Orr Memorial unofficial winner Dalton Sargeant has been disqualified for a left-side weight infraction. Sargeant’s No. 5S car went across the scales at 58.2% left side weight, beyond the left-side weight tolerance per the speedway rulebook. Likewise, third-place finisher William Byron’s car has been disqualified for a 58.3% left side weight percentage.

Unofficial second-place finisher Bobby Good’s car remains in tech and has not been declared the winner to this point with Sargeant’s disqualification.

10:12
22 Modifieds will start
9:59
Mini Stocks are getting ready to race 25 laps.
9:48
Unofficial Results: Pete Orr Memorial
1. #5S Dalton Sargeant
2. #27 Bobby Good
3. #9b William Byron
4. #59x Jake Perkins
5. #68 JJ Haley
6. #51 Stephen Nasse
7. #1 Tyler Dippel
8. #57 Chad Pierce
9. #07 Tyler Scofield
10. #20 Anthony Sergi
11. #51A Michael Atwell
12. #17 Ashley Rogero
13. #72 Scott Heckert
14. #5k Daniel Keene Jr.
15. #24 Rico Abreu
16. #5G Will Gallaher
17. #12G David Green
18. #129 Spencer Davis
19. #54 Matt Craig
20. #5 Joe Boyd
21. #9 Brad May
22. #8 David Garbo
23. #11 David Rogers
24. #15 Jason Boyd
25. #81 Anthony Campi
9:47
Dalton Sargeant with the win tonight here at the Pete Orr Memorial. (Speed51.com photo)
9:41
9:41
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9:41
More to to come.
9:41
William Byron ends up third.
9:40
Lap 100: Sargeant holds off Bobby Good in a thrilling finish.
9:40
White flag.
9:40
Lap 98: Good is trying hard.
9:40
Lap 97: Good looking for the lead.
9:39
Lap 96: Good is all over Sargeant for the top spot.
9:39
Lap 95: Five to go as Good now looks for the lead.
9:39
Good spun the tires and Sargeant gets away.
9:38
GREEN FLAG: Lap 94: Sargeant leads the pack to turn one.
9:38
9:38
One lap to green.
9:38
William Byron will restart third.
9:37
Nasse has returned.
9:37
Sargeant is the leader as Good is now second.
9:37
Keene might have gotten hit from behind when Nasse went around in one everyone went all around to avoid it.
9:36
Keene already pulled in with damage.
9:36
Nasse has a flat left rear.
9:36
Lap 94: Bobby Good went three deep down low and around went Nasse and Keene got some of the wall. YELLOW FLAG.
9:35
GREEN FLAG: Lap 94: Nasse and Sargeant drag race to turn one.
9:33
There will be six to go on the restart.
9:31
Top five on the restart: Sargeant, Nasse, Good, Keene, and Byron.
9:31
9:31
YELLOW FLAG: LAP 94: Tyler Dippel spins in turn one.
9:30
Lap 94: Sargeant can really get up off the corner and is hold a solid lead.
9:30
Lap 92: The leaders work around the lap traffic and the advantage is one car length for Sargeant.
9:30
Lap 91: Nasse closes in again.
9:29
Lap 90: Leaders close up on lap traffic.
9:29
Abreu is off the pace and pits. The car is not under power.
9:28
Lap 87: Nasse comes up to the back bumper of Sargeant.
9:28
Keene is a distant fourth.
9:28
Lap 85: 15 laps to go for Sargeant.
9:27
Lap 82: Sargeant is still the leader, but Nasse and Good are not going away. These three will settle it at the finish.
9:27
Lap 82: Byron gets the spot and is back to fifth.
9:26
Lap 80: Battle for fifth as Byron is looking over Dippel for that spot.
9:26
Lap 76: Sargeant is looking good, but Nasse is starting to close back in with Bobby Good right behind him. The top three have broken away.
9:25
9:25
Michael Atwell has worked his way up to eighth.
9:24
Lap 72: Nasse is starting to run Sargeant back down.
9:24
Lap 70: Sargeant used the bumper and got the lead back. Nasse is second and Good is third.
9:23
Lap 70: With 30 laps to go Nasse is under fire from Dalton Sargeant.
9:23
Perkins, Pierce, Haley, Heckert and Scofield are then rest of the field.
9:22
Lap 65: Keene and now Dippel are the top five. Behind that are Sergi, Byron, Atwell, Rogero and Abreu.
9:21
Lap 63: Nasse has the lead over Sargeant and Good.
9:21
Sargeant comes back with pressure on Nasse for the lead.
9:20
Nasse got the lead and is clear into turn one.
9:20
GREEN FLAG: Lap 60: Back to racing.
9:18
9:18
Scott Heckert comes to the pits.
9:17
After this last wreck Rico Abreu has moved up to 10th.
9:15
Engines have fired back up.
9:13
Still cleaning this up under red.
9:08
58 laps are complete.
9:06
Rico Abreu had moved up to 13th before this stoppage.
9:05
We have gone RED to check on the conditions of all the drivers.
9:04
YELLOW FLAG: Perkins, Pierce, Scofield, and Gallaher tangle in turn four.
9:03
Lap 57: William Byron is fifth and is starting to pressure the leaders.
9:03
9:02
Sargeant is starting to fall back into the clutches of Keene and Good.
9:02
Lap 54: Nasse has checked out once he got the lead.
9:02
Lap 51: Nasse make his move and goes around Sargeant on the high side. There was slight contact as Nasse went to the top spot.
9:01
Lap 50: At halfway Sargeant leads.
9:01
Lap 49: Tyler Dippel is now sixth.
9:00
Lap 48: William Byron comes up to fifth.
9:00
Lap 47: Nasse is second, Keene is third as Good rides fourth.
9:00
Lap 47: Sargeant gets the lead as Sergi goes backwards again.
8:59
GREEN FLAG: Lap 46: Back to racing.
8:59
Getting set for a restart.
8:58
8:58
JJ Haley is about to come off pit road.
8:58
Gallaher, Rogero, Abreu, Perkins, Scofield and Atwell are the others still running.
8:57
Top five: Sargeant, Nasse, Keene, Good and Sergi. Behind that it’s Byron, Dippel, Heckert, Green, and Pierce.
8:56
Abreu is still rolling.
8:55
Comment From Guest

Rico in wreck?

8:55
Yellow is back out.
8:55
Again all drivers are ok.
8:54
Joe Boyd thought it was Keene who got out of shape and caused the stack up. We are still checking in to see what others say.
8:53
Spencer Davis refused comment other then just saying it was a bad night.
8:50
8:50
Dalton Sargeant is the leader as we are red on lap 44.
8:49
The top five is ok as seventh on back were in the wreck. Some missed it, but we will have to wait for scoring to get a better idea of the running order.
8:48
We are not sure who or what caused the wreck. We just looked up and saw cars wrecking. We are going to check with some drivers to see what they say.
8:46
There was a small fire on the track as some raw fuel was burned after a car pulled away.
8:46
Davis (to the left) and Garbo (to the right) with some heavy damage. (Speed51.com photo)
8:44
Matt Craig was also in the wreck.
8:44
The Joe Boyd car in the middle with Garbo behind and Davis to the right. (Speed51.com photo)
8:44
Perkins with damage. (Speed51.com photo)
8:43
Matt Craig got a piece of it. (Speed51.com photo)
8:43
The back side of the Davis, Garbo, Boyd wreck. (Speed51.com photo)
8:41
8:41
All drivers are ok.
8:41
Brad May was also in the wreck.
8:41
It looks like it started from fifth on back.
8:40
We are now RED.
8:40
YELLOW FLAG: Half the field wrecks off turn four. Davis, Rogers, Perkins, Joe Boyd, Garbo, Green, and others.
8:39
Lap 44: Sargeant gets the lead over Nasse as Bobby Good for Third.
8:38
GREEN FLAG: Lap 43: Back to racing.
8:38
Getting set for a restart. Only Campi and Jason Boyd are out of the event.
8:37
Working lap 43 under yellow.
8:36
8:35
Top Five: Sargeant, Nasse, Keene, Good, and Sergi.
8:35
Atwell and Haley pit under this yellow.
8:35
YELLOW FLAG LAP 40: Jake Perkins stops in turn four.
8:34
11th on back are Garbo, Dippel, Heckert, Rogers, Atwell, Pierce, Perkins, Green, Gallaher, Haley, Abreu, Scofield, and Rogero.
8:32
Lap 34: Stephen Nasse is second, but he’s closed up to the leader several times looking for the lead, but he then falls off. He might just be testing his car for a late run.
8:31
Jason Boyd has come into the pits and gone behind the wall.
8:31
Lap 32: Brad May now cracks the top 10.
8:31
Lap 30: Daniel Keene, Jr. rides third as he looks to hold off Bobby Good. They have lost touch with the leaders, but there is plently of racing left.
8:30
Lap 28: Nasse now closes up on Sargeant for the top spot.
8:29
8:29
Lap 25: No change in the top five as the leaders run in a pack just in front of Sergi, Joe Boyd, Matt Craig, Spencer Davis, William Byron and Scott Heckert.
8:28
Lap 21: Anthony Sergi is now back up to fifth after getting shuffled back early on.
8:27
Lap 19: Nasse is starting to chase down Sargeant for the top spot.
8:27
Lap 17: Nasse is now second with Keene and Bobby Good the top four.
8:26
Lap 17: Sargeant jumps to the lead and Nasse comes with him.
8:26
GREEN FLAG: Lap 16: Back to racing.
8:25
One lap to green
8:25
8:25
Jason Boyd did join the field for the start of the race.
8:23
Top 10: Sargeant , Keene, Joe Boyd, Nasse, Craig, Good, Davis, Sergi, Garbo and Heckert.
8:22
Lap 14: YELLOW FLAG: Anthony Campi ends up in the turn two wall. He might have had a tire going down.
8:21
Lap 12: Anthony Campi is going backwards in the 81.
8:21
Lap 10: Anthony Campi and Stephen Nasse now move into the top five after Good got shuffled out of the top five.
8:21
Lap 8: Keene goes to second as Joe Boyd comes to third.
8:20
Lap 7: Sargent is gone out front as Craig is a distant second with Keene in third.
8:19
Lap 3: Bobby Good has already gone into sixth as Anthony Sergi got split three with Good and Nasse and is now ninth.
8:19
Lap 2: Matt Craig now rides second as Daniel Keene Jr. is third.
8:18
LAP 1: Dalton Sargent pulls out and will lead lap one.
8:17
GREEN FLAG: We are racing here at New Smyrna Speedway.
8:17
One lap to green.
8:16
Comment From BradJjones

GO J.J. HALEY GOOD LUCK!!!!!

8:14
Engines have fired back up and are rolling off pit road again.
8:12
8:12
8:12
The track is being checked for fluid as well.
8:11
The leak looks to be the 12 of David Green.
8:11
Jason Boyd has gone to his pit and the hood is off.
8:10
Drivers are saying there is fluid on the track. Cars are being brought to pit road to check who is the guilty party.
8:07
Just a few more laps to green.
8:06
Comment From Lenny

Go Campi,Sergi,Nasse,and Garbo JR,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

8:06
Comment From Diane

I hope someone who actually knew Pete, and loved him like we did, wins tonight!!!

8:05
Cars are making pace laps now on the track.
8:04
8:04
Comment From Lisa

safe race for all

8:04
Comment From GO SPENCER DAVIS WIN TONIGHT

GO SPENCER DAVIS WIN THE LAST ONE TONIGHT

8:04
New Pete Orr Memorial Starting Lineup with invert

1 5 Dalton Sargent
2 54 Matt Craig
3 20 Anthony Sergi
4 5 Daniel Keene Jr.
5 51 Stephen Nasse
6 5 Joe Boyd
7 8 David Garbo Jr.
8 81 Anthony Campi
9 9 William Byron
10 27 Bobby Good
11 9 Brad May
12 129 Spencer Davis
13 1 Tyler Dipel
14 51 Michael Atwell
15 68 JJ Haley
16 72 Scott Heckert
17 12 David Green
18 15 Jason Boyd
19 59 Jake Perkins
20 11 David Rogers
21 57 Chad Pierce
22 5 Will Gallaher
23 24 Rico Abreu
24 O7 Tyler Scofield
25 17 Ashley Rogero
8:01
Engines have fired for the Pete Orr Memorial.
7:59
Drivers have climbed into their cars.
7:58
Comment From Good Luck tyler Dippel

Good Luck Tyler Dippel !!!

7:57
Comment From Scot D

Good luck to #9 Brad May and #11 David Rogers

7:57
Comment From Danielle

Go Daniel Keene jr. #5k

7:57
Comment From Mall20

Good luck Anthony Sergi!!

7:57
Comment From Guest

Good Luck Tyler Dippel

7:57
Comment From Diane

Why to go Doc, no one deserves it more!!!!

7:56
7:56
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7:56
There was a redraw among the top 10 and Dalton Sargent will start on the pole.
7:42
The class photo.
7:41
Orr has awarded the Pete Orr Sportsmanship award to Doc McKinney. He will be the final recipient of the honor.
7:39
Bobby Orr thanked the crowd on behave of the family on the night of the final Pete Orr Memorial.
7:36
Bobby Orr and the rest of the Orr family are getting ready to meet the drivers in this the final Pete Orr Memorial.
7:30
The prize for tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
7:15
15 minutes to the start of tonight’s racing card here at New Smyrna.
7:13
Jake Perkins talks before the race. (Speed51.com photo)
7:03
Anthony Campi set fast time tonight. There will be an invert before the feature. (Speed51.com photo)
6:59
Fans meet the drivers on the grid. (Speed51.com photo)
6:47
Modified Time Trial Results

1 8 DJ Hoelzle 18.525
2 13 Kevin Terry 18.569
3 15 Tank Tucker 18.573
4 46 Doug Moff 18.628
5 66 Jerry Symons 18.650
6 1W Dillon Wood 18.697
7 38 Ricky Moxley 18.769
8 44 Sean Bass 18.769
9 4B Alan Bruns 18.931
10 98A Cody Allen 18.940
11 7 Dick Anderson 18.945
12 198 Matt Jarret 18.961
13 88 John Sappraicone, Jr. 19.048
14 70 Jeremy Gerstner 19.059
15 98 LJ Grimm 19.110
16 55 Shane Held 19.126
17 15 Robert Deal 19.137
18 96 Dennis Wheeler 19.210
19 98 James Ellis 19.539
20 9NH Matt Bosowski 19.649
21 51 Chris Harvey 19.896
22 41 Doc McKinney no time
23 13 Tim Moore no time
24 9 Kurt Jett no time
6:39
6:39
Pete Orr Memorial 100 Time Trial Results

 

1 81 Anthony Campi 17.686
2 27 Bobby Good 17.747
3 20 Anthony Sergi 17.767
4 5 Joe Boyd 17.773
5 5 Dalton Sargent 17.774
6 5 Daniel Keene Jr. 17.777
7 51 Stephen Nasse 17.797
8 54 Matt Craig 17.808
9 8 David Garbo Jr. 17.808
10 9 William Byron 17.811
11 9 Brad May 17.829
12 129 Spencer Davis 17.897
13 1 Tyler Dipel 17.902
14 51 Michael Atwell 17.917
15 68 JJ Haley 17.922
16 72 Scott Heckert 17.924
17 12 David Green 17.943
18 15 Jason Boyd 18.011
19 59 Jake Perkins 18.076
20 11 David Rogers 18.102
21 57 Chad Pierce 18.129
22 5 Will Gallaher 18.184
23 24 Rico Abreu 18.304
24 O7 Tyler Scofield 18.353
25 17 Ashley Rogero 18.399
6:35
DJ Hoelzl sets fast time for the Modified race.
6:34
Name: 4b – Alan Bruns
Lap 1: 19.096
Lap 2: 18.931
Best: 18.931
6:32
Name: 70 – Jeremy Gerstner
Lap 1: 19.160
Lap 2: 19.059
Best: 19.059
6:32
6:31
Name: 55 – Shane Held
Lap 1: 19.380
Lap 2: 19.126
Best: 19.126
6:30
Name: 15- Tank Tucker
Lap 1: 18.574
Lap 2: 18.573
Best: 18.573
6:29
Name: 8 – DJ Hoelzl
Lap 1: 18.525
Lap 2: 18.526
Best: 18.525
6:28
Name: 98A – Cody Allen
Lap 1: 19.151
Lap 2: 18.940
Best: 18.940
6:26
Name: 46 – Doug Moff
Lap 1: 18.813
Lap 2: 18.628
Best: 18.628
6:25
Name: 9 Matt Bosowski
Lap 1: 19.649
Lap 2: 19.729
Best: 19.729
6:23
Name: 66 – Jerry Symons
Lap 1: 18.826
Lap 2: 18.650
Best: 18.650
6:22
6:22
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6:22
Name: 98 – James Ellis
Lap 1: 19.739
Lap 2: 19.539
Best: 19.539
6:21
Name: 44 – Sean Bass
Lap 1: 18.844
Lap 2: 18.769
Best: 18.769
6:20
Name: 13 – Kevin Terry
Lap 1: 18.715
Lap 2: 18.569
Best: 18.569
6:18
Name: 38 – Ricky Moxley
Lap 1: 18.874
Lap 2: 18.769
Best: 18.769
6:17
Name: 7 – Dick Anderson
Lap 1: 19.032
Lap 2: 18.975
Best: 18.975
6:16
Name: 1 – Dillon Wood
Lap 1: 19.110
Lap 2: 18.697
Best: 18.697
6:15
Name: 98 Matthew Jarret
Lap 1: 19.006
Lap 2: 18.961
Best: 18.961
6:14
6:14
Name: 88 – John Sarppraconie Jr.
Lap 1: 19.048
Lap 2: 19.136
Best: 19.048
6:12
Name: LJ Grimm
Lap 1: 19.224
Lap 2: 19.110
Best: 19.110
6:11
Name: 96 – Dennis Wheeler
Lap 1: 19.532
Lap 2: 19.210
Best: 19.210
6:10
Comment From Lenny

Congrats to Campi on setting fast time

6:10
Full Super Late Model Results for Time Trials to follow Modified Time Trials.
6:10
Name: 15 – Robert Deal
Lap 1: 19.260
Lap 2: 19.137
Best: 19.137
6:09
This is now Modified time trials.
6:08
Name: 51 – Chris Harvey
Lap 1: 19.976
Lap 2: 19.896
Best: 19.896
6:08
6:05
Anthony Campi sets fast time for the Pete Orr Memorial tonight.
6:04
Name: 11 – David Rogers
Lap 1: 18.181
Lap 2: 18.102
Best: 18.102
20th of 25
6:03
Name: 51 – Michael Atwell
Lap 1: 18.076
Lap 2: 17.917
Best: 17.917
14th of 24
6:02
Name: 54 – Matt Craig
Lap 1: 18.009
Lap 2: 17.808
Best: 17.808
8th of 23
6:01
Name: 17 – Ashley Rogero
Lap 1: 18.697
Lap 2: 18.399
Best: 18.399
22nd of 22
6:00
Michael Atwell awaits his run. (Speed51.com photo)
6:00
Name: 72 – Scott Heckert
Lap 1: 18.168
Lap 2: 17.924
Best: 17.924
14th of 21
5:58
Name: 07 – Tyler Scofield
Lap 1: 18.497
Lap 2: 18.353
Best: 18.353
20th of 20
5:57
Scott Heckert gets pushed to staging. (Speed51.com photo)
5:57
Name: 9 – Brad May
Lap 1: 18.078
Lap 2: 17.829
Best: 17.829
10th of 19
5:56
Name: 27 – Bobby Good
Lap 1: 17.758
Lap 2: 17.747
Best: 17.747
2nd of 18
5:55
Name: 59 – Jake Perkins
Lap 1: 18.312
Lap 2: 18.076
Best: 18.076
14th of 17
5:55
Brad May in the number 9 sears racing machine. (Speed51.com photo)
5:54
Name: 5 – Dalton Sargent
Lap 1: 18.048
Lap 2: 17.774
Best: 17.774
4th of 16
5:53
Jake Perkins gives a thumbs up before his run. (Speed51.com photo)
5:53
Name: 81 – Anthony Campi
Lap 1: 17.821
Lap 2: 17.686
Best: 17.686
1st of 15
5:52
Name: 1 – Tyler Dippel
Lap 1: 17.902
Lap 2: 17.973
Best: 17.902
8th of 14
5:51
Tyler Dipple has a mean looking ride. (Speed51.com photo)
5:50
Name: 9B – William Byron
Lap 1: 17.959
Lap 2: 17.811
Best: 17.811
6th of 13
5:49
William Byron is next on the track. (Speed51.com photo)
5:49
Name: 5 – Joe Boyd
Lap 1: 17.889
Lap 2: 17.773
Best: 17.773
2nd of 12
5:48
Name: 68 – JJ Haley
Lap 1: 18.150
Lap 2: 17.922
Best: 17.922
6th of 11
5:48
Joe Boyd is, \”ready.\” (Speed51.com photo)
5:47
Name: 8 – David Garbo, Jr.
Lap 1: 18.050
Lap 2: 17.808
Best: 17.808
4th of 10
5:46
Young Jj Haley looks to set fast time. (Speed51.com photo)
5:46
Name: 24 – Rico Abreu
Lap 1: 18.408
Lap 2: 18.304
Best: 18.304
9th of 9
5:45
Name: 5G – Will Gallaher
Lap 1: 18.208
Lap 2: 18.184
Best: 18.184
8th of 8
5:44
Rico Abreu is in the zone. (Speed51.com photo)
5:43
Name: 12D – David Green
Lap 1: 18.088
Lap 2: 17.943
Best: 17.943
5th of 7
5:43
Will Gallaher is next on the track. (Speed51.com photo)
5:42
Name: 20 – Anthony Sergi
Lap 1: 17.843
Lap 2: 17.767
Best: 17.767
1st of 6
5:41
David Green gets pushed to staging. (Speed51.com photo)
5:41
Name: 57 – Chad Pierce
Lap 1: 18.384
Lap 2: 18.129
Best: 18.129
5th of 5
5:40
Anthony Sergi at the ready. (Speed51.com photo)
5:40
Name: 129 – Spencer Davis
Lap 1: 17.921
Lap 2: 17.897
Best: 17.897
3 of 4
5:38
Name: 51 – Stephen Nasse
Lap 1: 17.919
Lap 2: 17.797
Best: 17.797
2nd of 3
5:38
Spencer Davis gets his windshield tapped up. (Speed51.com photo)
5:37
Name: 15 – Jason Boyd
Lap 1: 18.169
Lap 2: 18.011
Best: 18.011
5:36
Stephen Nasse straps in. (Speed51.com photo)
5:36
Name: 5K – Daniel Keene, Jr.
Lap 1: 17.904
Lap 2: 17.777
Best: 17.777
5:32
Daniel Keene Jr. will be the first one out when we get started. (Speed51.com photo)
5:28
Time trials are about to get underway.  
5:28
Rico is driving for DLP Motorsports in a Hamke Ride.  
5:22
Ashley Rogero goes through tech. (Speed51.com photo)
5:21
5:21
Top Five Final Mod Practice

 

1 7 Dick Anderson 18.810
2 66 Jerry Symons 18.868
3 38 Ricky Moxley 18.947
4 88 John Sappraicone, Jr. 18.953
5 46 Doug Moff 18.979
5:14
Dick Anderson led the final Modified practice over Jerry Symons and Ricky Moxley.
5:08
Daniel Keene, Jr. in his throwback family ride.  It’s a new body on a car that had a lot of success in 2014 and 2013. (Speed51.com photo)
5:05
If you get lost in numbers then the number five is the one for you tonight. We have four drivers using the number this evening in the Super Late Model race. Daniel Keene, Jr., Will Gallaher, Dalton Sargent, and Joe Boyd.
5:04
Stephen Nasse has set fast time for two of the last three Pete Orr Memorial events. Last year Bobby Good ended his run in the fast time department.
5:03
5:00
DJ Hoelzle’s crew works on his Modified ride.  They were P2 in the first round of practice. (Speed51.comphoto)
4:57
Rico Abreu will be looking a big splash tonight in the Pete Orr Memorial tonight.  The dirt driver hopes to do what Kyle Larson did here a few years back by winning in his first start here at New Smyrna. (Speed51.com photo)
4:54
4:54
The Modifieds are back out for their final round of practice.
4:52
Stephen Nasse making laps during Super Late Model practice. (Speed51.com photo)
4:51
Super Late Models are already going into the tech line as some are already on the grid waiting for time trials.
4:45
4:45
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4:44
4:44
He is in the red throwback ride again tonight.
4:44
Comment From Rod

Is Keene in the red car tonight?

4:34
Modified Practice Results

 

1 1W Dillon Wood 18.617
2 8 DJ Hoelzle 18.698
3 44 Sean Bass 18.794
4 66 Jerry Symons 18.884
5 88 John Sappraicone, Jr. 18.939
6 7 Dick Anderson 18.971
7 13 Kevin Terry 18.978
8 15 Robert Deal 19.073
9 38 Ricky Moxley 19.121
10 98A Cody Allen 19.128
11 46 Doug Moff 19.274
12 13 Tim Moore 19.306
13 70 Jeremy Gerstner 19.317
14 55 Shane Held 19.347
15 98 James Ellis 19.440
16 41 Doc McKinney 19.45
17 9 Kurt Jett 19.46
18 96 Matt Wheeler 19.586
19 98 LJ Grimm 19.773
20 9NH Matt Bosowski 19.818
21 51 Chris Harvey 19.945
22 15 Tank Tucker no time
23 4B Alan Bruns no time
4:28
Modified practice has ended and Sportsman are out next.
4:27
Anthony Campi\’s crew waits for their qualifying tires to be released from impound. (Speed51.com photo)
4:22
Veterans Jerry Symons and Tank Tucker will be in the mod field tonight along with Dick Anderson.  
4:14
Modifieds will be out next for practice.  
4:11
We will work on a Modified roster as they come out.  
4:08
LJ Grimm goes through tech. (Speed51.com photo)
4:08
4:06
Mini Stocks are out next for practice.  
4:06
Super Late Model Practice Speeds

1 129 Spencer Davis 17.677
2 54 Matt Craig 17.720
3 5 Will Gallher 17.724
4 81 Anthony Campi 17.783
5 9 William Byron 17.795
6 51 Stephen Nasse 17.826
7 8 David Garbo Jr. 17.845
8 1 Tyler Dipel 17.889
9 27 Bobby Good 17.895
10 5 Dalton Sargent 17.921
11 5 Daniel Keene Jr. 17.924
12 11 David Rogers 17.935
13 5 Joe Boyd 17.942
14 9 Brad May 17.948
15 12 David Green 17.986
16 15 Jason Boyd 18.016
17 20 Anthony Sergi 18.016
18 51 Michael Atwell 18.030
19 68 JJ Haley 18.070
20 72 Scott Heckert 18.144
21 24 Rico Abreu 18.164
22 57 Chad Pierce 18.276
23 17 Ashley Rogero 18.277
24 O7 Tyler Scofield 18.329
25 59 Jake Perkins 18.420
4:05
Anthony Sergi gives a thumbs up after practice. (Speed51.com photo)
4:00
Matt Craig in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
3:58
Practice is almost in the books here at New Smyrna Speedway. Full rundown to follow.
3:56
Don’t forget to check the 51TV coverage from SpeedFest as they are practicing and qualifying today in Georgia.
3:56
3:55
We have been told there are over 20 mods on the grounds today.
3:54
The Modified race tonight is a 75-lap make-up from the Governor’s Cup.
3:52
3:52
Davis still leads practice with 10 minutes to go.
3:45
Matt Craig is now second on the charts.  Will Gallaher is third. 15 minutes remain in practice.  
3:44
Past Pete Orr Memorial Winners
2014 Travis Cope
2013 Kyle Benjamin
2012 Kyle Larson
2011 Tim Russell
2010 Jeff Choquette
2009 David Rogers
2008 Jeff Choquette
2007 Jeff Scofield
2006 Travis Kittleson
2005 Jeff Choquette
2004 Wayne Anderson
2003 Wayne Anderson
3:41
Joe Boyd’s crew works on his ride with 20 minutes left in practice. (Speed51.com photo)
3:37
Spencer Davis is still on top of the charts. Davis won the 2014 Speedweeks Pro Late Model title here last year.
3:37
2015 Chili Bowl winner Rico Abreu will begin his 2015 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season here at New Smyrna.  Tonight he’s getting some laps in Super Late Models. (Speed51.com photo)
3:29
Spencer Davis now goes to P1 with a 17.677. Campi is now second and Byron is third.
3:26
David Rogers is the only former winner in the field tonight. Rogers won in 2009 when this race was a part of Speedweeks.
3:25
3:24
Tonight could be a big night for Bobby Good. The second generation driver has been second at the 2015 Red-Eye 100 and the Governor’s Cup 200 last fall. He’s been close and perhaps tonight he’ll finish the deal.
3:21
The top of the chart keeps changing as Anthony Campi is now there with a 17.677.
3:19
Brad May is making laps in the number 9 ride for the first time this weekend. He told us before practice that today was the first time he’s sat in the car.
3:18
Nasse has never won the Pete Orr Memorial despite two wins in the Red-Eye race. Nasse has been third and fourth in this event.
3:17
The Modified tech line grows. (Speed51.com photo)
3:17
Stephen Nasse now leads practice with a lap of 17.826
3:16
3:16
Earlier today Jeff Fultz helps the William Byron car into the tech line.  Head tech man Ricky Brooks looks things over on the right side. (Speed51.com photo)
3:13
Byron goes to the top of the charts with a 17.856.
3:13
Top Five After 10 Minutes:
1) Dippel 17.889
2) Keene Jr. 17.924
3) Byron 17.925
4) Gallaher 18.042
5) Sargent 18.100
3:11
Tyler Dippel quickly goes to the top of the charts.
3:10
Already a dozen cars have click off laps in the first wave of practice.
3:08
Cars are rolling on the speedway.
3:08
When practice starts Jason Boyd will be first out on track with Jeff Scofield right behind him.
3:04
3:04
The meeting has ended and we are getting set for practice.
2:58
There will be a dead lap in qualifying for both classes that time trial.
2:56
The Super Late Model race will count the first three laps of each caution. The mods will go 75 green.
2:55
Drivers listen to pre-practice instructions. (Speed51.com photo)
2:52
Drivers meeting is underway. (Speed51.com photo)
2:49
25 Super Late Models are on the grounds today. (Speed51.com photo)
2:49
2:49
More on Travis Cope. They are racing in Florida, but up at the big track as they race sports cars away from oval track stuff.
2:48
The drivers meeting is about to start.
2:44
Updated Super Late Model Driver Roster

 

1 Tyler Dipel
5 Joe Boyd
5 Dalton Sargent
5 Will Gallher
5 Daniel Keene Jr.
8 David Garbo Jr.
9 William Byron
9 Brad May
11 David Rogers
12 David Green
15 Jason Boyd
17 Ashley Rogero
20 Anthony Sergi
24 Rico Aberu
27 Bobby Good
29 Spencer Davis
51 Stephen Nasse
51 Michael Atwell
54 Matt Craig
57 Chad Pierce
59 Jake Perkins
68 JJ Haley
72 Scott Heckert
81 Anthony Campi
O7 Jeff Scofield
2:39
Comment From Lenny

Go Garbo JR,Sergi.Nasse,and Campi,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

2:39
Anthony Campi and his 81 ride. (Speed51.com photo)
2:33
2:33
2:25
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2:25
2:24
Defending race winner Travis Cope is not on the grounds today. Also Red-Eye 100 winner Bubba Pollard is racing at SpeedFest this weekend. So we will see a fresh face in victory lane this evening.
2:21
Today’s Schedule
PIT GATE / TECH / FUEL/ REGISTRATION OPEN 1:00
SUPER LATE MODEL TIRE SELECTION…FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
SUPER LATE DRIVERS MEETING 2:45
SUPER LATE MODEL PRACTICE 3:00-4:00
SUPER LATE MODEL TIRE RELEASE/PREQUALIFY TECH 4:15
MODIFIEDS TO PREQUALIFYING TECH FOLLOWING SLM
DIVISION PRACTICE 4:00-5:15
GRANDSTAND GATES OPEN 5:00
SUPER LATE QUALIFYING 5:30
MODIFIED QUALIFYING 6:00
SUPER LATE MODEL AUTOGRAPH SESSION 6:30
REGULAR DIV DRIVERS MEETING – MANDATORY
NO ENGINES OR GENERATORS RUNNING 6:45
OPENING CEREMONIES/DRIVER INTROS 7:10
RACING BEGINS 7:30

Feature Races:

PETE ORR SUPER LATE MODELS 100 LAPS
MINI STOCKS 25 LAPS

INTERMISSION

MODIFIEDS 75 LAPS
SPORTSMAN 25 LAPS
STRICTLY STOCKS 20 LAPS

2:17
2:17
Today’s Trackside Now coverage of the Pete Orr Memorial is presented by Progressive Racing Engines of Miami, Florida. Progressive has been in business and in same location for the past 22 years and are truly dedicated to the racers and the racing industry. Progressive’s customers have won numerous races and championships throughout the country in asphalt Super Late Model competition, as well as drag racing, marine, road racing, dirt and more racing types. Progressive is an approved engine builder for the top short track series and have powered winning racecars in some of the most prestigious short track events throughout the country. For more details on Progressive Racing Engines, call 305-687-5931 or visit Click here to visit site
2:16
Good afternoon and welcome to the Pete Orr Memorial 100 here at New Smyrna Speedway. This is the final running of the Pete Orr Memorial as the family has decided that this will be the last race in honor of the late champion. Over 25 cars on hand for this historic day at New Smyrna Speedway

Trackside Now: Pete Orr Memorial at New Smyrna (FL) – 1/24/15