11:47
Colt James becomes the first repeat winner of the Piney Lasky Memorial 100. Thanks for joining us, and we’ll have more on Speed51.com next week. Remember our 51 Days of Summer continues tomorrow with lots of action from several different points on the compass. Goodnight.
11:47
Comment From Cheryl 

Thanks Speed51 for the great coverage.

11:47
Comment From Guest 

Super Job Colt !!!!!!!

11:47
Comment From Shawn Paul 

Awesome job!

11:45
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11:43
Colt James with Stanley Lasky continuing the tradition of Piney Lasky of letting the winner wear the cowboy hat in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:41
Cars are going to the tech area. If there are problems we will have them on our social media feeds.
11:34
10 of the 22 starters were running at the finish.
11:34
Unofficial Finishing Order:
1 16 Colt James
2 32 Glenn Gault Jr.
3 95 Garry Wiltrout
4 1 Steve Black
5 31 Mark Cottone
6 75 Barry Awtey
7 83 Matt Sever
8 04 Bret Guzik
9 33 John Komarinski
10 24 Todd Corson
11 07 Tom Fares Jr.
12 15 Nathan Russell
13 51 Jeremy Holbrook
14 11W Bob Weber
15 90 Joe Maruca
16 96 Mark Poole
17 8 Danny Lewis
18 11 Bobby Henry
19 4 Scott Baker
20 82 Jason Lasky
21 29 Scott Stern
22 14 Adam Kostelnik
11:27
Comment From Crystal 

Way to Go Colt,Terry,and Elisha!

11:25
Comment From Cheryl 

Way to go Colt!!!!!!!!

11:25
Colt James takes his second Piney race. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:24
Comment From Kevin Gould 

Congratulations Colt job well done!

11:24
Comment From Tiffany 

Congrats Colt!!!!

11:22
Glenn Gault Jr., Garry Wiltrout, Steve Black and Mark Cottone round out the top five.
11:21
CHECKERED FLAG: Colt James becomes the first driver two win the Piney Memorial race more than once.
11:21
WHITE FLAG: James looks to go uncontested on the last lap.
11:20
Lap 97: James continues to pull ahead of Gault.
11:19
Lap 95: James looks to be on his way to a second win to go in the Piney race.
11:19
Lap 92: James steps away from Gault as the 32 was all kinds of sideways the last time around.
11:18
10 laps to go.
11:17
Those two have left the pack.
11:17
Lap 88: Glenn Gault Jr. has one final push as he closes back in on James for the top spot.
11:17
Lap 86: Barry Awtey has come back to sixth.
11:16
Steve Black rides fourth after almost getting into a yellow a few laps back. He got a piece, but still rides fourth.
11:16
Lap 83: James’ car looks to get batter after a few laps on the track.
11:15
Lap 82: Garry Wiltrout has weathered the top five wave and is still third.
11:15
Lap 80: The race for the win is up front as Glenn Gault Jr. is giving James all he wants up front.
11:14
Lap 79: Tom Fares comes to the pits.
11:14
Black and Cottone rides in the top five.
11:13
Lap 75: James leads Gault and Wiltrout.
11:13
Lap 73: James works the low lane and keeps the lead.
11:12
GREEN FLAG: Racing again.
11:12
One lap to green.
11:11
Todd Corson lost a body panel and came in the pits.
11:11
We go right back to YELLOW for debris.
11:10
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing: Lap 73:
11:10
One lap to green.
11:09
Top Five: James, Gault, Wiltrout, Black, and Cottone.
11:08
Also seeing that Todd Coson got some as well.
11:08
YELLOW FLAG: Barry Awtey spins and Tom Fares joins him. Steve black got a piece of it.
11:07
Lap 73: James goes door-to-door with Gault.
11:06
GREEN FLAG: Lap 72: Back to racing.
11:06
One lap to green.
11:04
Running Order on the Track: James, Gault, Wiltrout, Black, Awtey, Cottone, Guzik, Fares, Komarinski, Corson and Sever.
11:02
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 72: Nathan Russell stop on the track in a shower of sparks.
11:01
Lap 71: James still leads Gault as we close in on the final laps.
11:01
Lap 69: Garry Wiltrout takes third back from Black.
11:01
James gets a good start.
11:00
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing.
11:00
Sixth on back: Cottone, Russell, Sever, Guzik, and Fares.
10:59
Top Five: James, Gault, Black, Wiltrout and Awtey.
10:58
Lap 70: YELLOW FLAG: Jeremy Hollbrook spins in turn one and catches the wall.
10:57
Lap 67: Leaders are working around some lap cars.
10:57
Lap 64: James has got a power plant under him tonight as he pulls away from Glenn Gault Jr.
10:56
Lap 62: Matt Sever is back to eighth after his spin.
10:55
Mark Cottone rides in the sixth spot.
10:54
Lap 58: James and Gault Jr. are getting away from the pack.
10:54
Lap 56: Mark Poole has come to the pits.
10:54
Lap 55: Barry Awtey is up to fifth.
10:53
Lap 55: James leads Gault Jr. up front.
10:53
Lap 53: Steve Black has come to third.
10:53
Lap 52: Gault got a good restart, but James gets it back.
10:52
GREEN FLAG: Lap 52: Back to racing.
10:51
Getting set for a restart.
10:48
Top Five: James, Gault, Wiltrout, Black and Cottone.
10:47
YELLOW FLAG: Matt Sever and Mark Poole spin in turn two.
10:47
Lap 52: Colt James goes to the lead.
10:46
GREEN FLAG: James and Gualt battle on the restart.
10:46
One lap to green.
10:44
This race is official after having a long rain delay to start the day.
10:43
Working lap 51.
10:43
YELLOW: Tom Fares spins, Danny Lewis and Bob Weber tangle in turn two.
10:42
Lap 50: Glenn Gault Jr. is the leader at lap 50.
10:42
Lap 47: Sever rides fourth, but he has Mark Poole and Steve Black right behind him.
10:41
Bobby Henry comes to the pits, as Jason Lasky comes back out.
10:41
Lap 45: Colt James is right in the tire tracks of Glenn Gault Jr. for the lead.
10:40
Steve Black is up to sixth now.
10:40
Scott Baker is now done for the night.
10:40
Lap 42: Colt James comes to second ad Wiltrout drops to third.
10:39
Lap 41: Glenn Gault Jr. goes to the lead as the crowd comes to their feet.
10:39
Lap 39: Now James gets into the mix.
10:39
Lap 38: Wiltrout is now under fire from Glenn Gault Jr.
10:38
Lap 36: Jason Lasky comes to pit road.
10:38
Steve black comes to seventh.
10:37
Glenn Gault Jr. goes to second and James comes to third.
10:37
Lap 33: Glenn Gault Jr. looks for second.
10:37
Lap 32: Scott Stearn breaks on the restart and goes to the pits.
10:36
GREEN FLAG: Lap 31: Back to racing.
10:35
Danny Lewis has gone to the pits.
10:34
We are hearing that James is just riding in fourth.
10:34
Bobby Henry pits out of the top 10.
10:33
Running Order: Wiltrout, Sever, Gault, James, Poole, Henry, Cottone, Black, Awtey and Russell.
10:32
31 laps in the books.
10:32
YELLOW FLAG: Adam Kostelnik and Bret Guzik tangle and spin in turn four.

10:31
Wiltrout leads Sever, Gault and James.
10:31
The pace is very fast up front.
10:30
Lap 27: Mark Poole now moves to sixth.
10:30
Lap 25: Wiltrout, Sever, Gault, James, Henry, Cottone, Poole, Russell, Black and Awtey.
10:29
The front four have left the rest of the pack.
10:29
Defending champion Steve Black rides ninth.
10:28
Lap 22: Bobby Henry rides fifth.
10:28
Lap 20: Glenn Gault Jr. and Colt James are third and fourth and they are coming fast.
10:28
Lap 19: Matt Sever is now closing in on Garry Wiltrout for the lead.
10:27
There is so much action up front it’s hard to keep up.
10:27
Lap 18: Wiltrout, Sever, and now Glenn Gault Jr., Henry, and Colt James.
10:26
Lap 18: Glenn Gault Jr. is now fourth.
10:26
Lap 13: Glenn Gault Jr. takes fifth from Russell.
10:26
Lap 12: Sever takes second, Henry is third, Cottone and Russell.
10:25
Lap 10: Matt Sever is to the inside of Bobby Henry for second.
10:24
Lap 8: Colt James goes to seventh.
10:24
Lap 7: Wiltrout has stepped up his advantage on the field.
10:23
Lap 5: Glenn Gault Jr. takes sixth from Mark Poole.
10:23
Glenn Gault Jr. is seventh after a few laps.
10:23
Lap 3: Gary Wiltrout will takes the lead.
10:22
Lap 2: Wiltrout goes low and looks for the lead and is short again.
10:22
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing.
10:22
Top Five: Henry, Wiltrout, Sever, Cottone and Russell.
10:21
He pitted and has returned.
10:21
Baker lost the right front fender.
10:20
All cars have rolled away.
10:20
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 1: Scott Baker and Adam Kostelnik tangle in turn one and spin.
10:19
Lap 1: Wiltrout looks to take the on the high side, but Henry leads lap one.
10:19
GREEN FLAG: We are racing in the Piney VI.
10:18
One lap to green.
10:16
Bobby Henry will start from the point.
10:15
The field is rolling on the parade laps.
10:14
Engines have fired.
10:14
Stanley Lasky, the track GM is addressing the crowd as this race is in honor of his father.
10:10
Front row starters Bobby Henry and Garry Wiltrout. (Speed51.com photo)
10:09
Comment From Cheryl 

Good Luck Colt and Jason! Following from TX!

10:09
Pre-race activites are underway. 
10:07
Comment From TheRacingFans 

Good Luck Drivers, and stay safe! Go Matt Sever!

10:07
Comment From Mesha Lasky 

Go #82! Wish we could be there!

10:06
Comment From A Kromer 

Go Gault. We are rooting for you from home!!!

10:04
Starting  Lineup for Piney VI

1 11 Bobby Henry
2 95 Garry Wiltrout
3 31 Mark Cottone
4 96 Mark Poole
5 83 Matt Sever
6 15 Nathan Russell
7 16 Colt James
8 32 Glenn Gault Jr.
9 1 Steve Black
10 04 Bret Guzik
11 11 Bob Weber
12 8 Danny Lewis
13 75 Barry Awtey
14 29 Scott Stern
15 14 Adam Kostelnik
16 90 Joe Maruca
17 33 John Komarinski
18 07 Tom Fares
19 82 Jason Lasky
20 4 Scott Backer
21 51 Jeremy Holbrook
22 24 Todd Corson
10:03
It will be a 22 car field.
10:03
Comment From Jon Garrett 

Go Colt James!

10:02
Late Model are now rolling on the track.
9:57
Paul Koffler Jr. wins the Super Compacts race.
9:55
The Piney Lasky Memorial race is next.
9:55
Two laps to go in the final support race.
9:51
Back to racing in this 15 lap event.
9:49
We have had two quick yellows in the Super Compacts. 
9:48
Street Stock winner from earlier in the night Shawn Phillips. (Speed51.com photo)
9:42
The Late Models will be up next.
9:42
First time Chargers division winner Steve Long. (Speed51.com photo)
9:41
Super Compacts are the final prelim race and they are on the track.
9:38
NAPA Piney VI 100 Starting Lineup

1 11 Bobby Henry
2 95 Garry Wiltrout
3 31 Mark Cottone
4 96 Mark Poole
5 83 Matt Sever
6 15 Nathan Russell
7 16 Colt James
8 32 Glenn Gault Jr.
9 1 Steve Black
10 04 Bret Guzik
11 11 Bob Weber
12 8 Danny Lewis
13 75 Barry Awtey
14 29 Scott Stern
15 14 Adam Kostelnik
16 90 Joe Maruca
17 33 John Komarinski
18 07 Tom Fares
19 82 Jason Lasky
20 4 Scott Backer
21 51 Jeremy Holbrook
22 24 Todd Corson
9:36
We have just gotten word that inversion for the Late Model race will be an eight.
9:33
Steve Long wins the Chargers race.  This was his first career win here at Motordrome.
9:31
2013 Late Model Points coming into this event
95 Garry Wiltrout 630
75 Barry Awtey 621
83 Matt Sever 578
29 Scott Stern 539
96 Mark Poole 491
90 Joe Maruca 448
1 Steve Black 420
14 Adam Kostelnik 353
98 Neil Brown 267
11 Bobby Henry 248
33 John Komarinski 245
31 Mark Cottone 226
4 Scott Baker 179
5 Snooky Williams 156
32 Glenn Gault Jr 137
O4 Brett Guzik 124
26 Mike Smith 114
15 Nathan Russell 97
28 Dave Wiltse 91
8 Dan Lewis 83
O7 Tom Fares Jr 83
82 Jason Lasky 71
17 Matt Gardner 44
71 Bob Weber 43
40 Jordan Miller 38
44 Greg Kelley 36
9:29
Barry Awtey comes into this Piney race having posted an average finish of 5.6 in this race and that includes two second-place runs and a third.
9:28
Tonight;s 100-lap Pro Late Model race will feature double-file restarts.
9:27
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will make the trek to Monroe, WA on Saturday, August 17 for the NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Evergreen Speedway. Derek Thorn, Michael Self, Cameron Hayley, Greg Pursley and the other stars of K&N Pro Series West will be competing on the popular 5/8-mile oval. Fans are also invited to the K&N Fanfest on Friday, August 16. For more information, please visitwww.evergreenspeedway.com.
9:25
This place is packed tonight.
9:24
15 cars getting set to run the Charger feature.
9:23
It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby 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.
9:22
Barry Awtey, Garry Wiltrout, Mark Cottone, Mark Poole, Nathan Russell and Steve Black come into tonight’s event having run all the Piney races. Only Black has won one of the races.
9:20
Matt Smith won the Modified race.
9:16
Shawn Phillips won the Street Stock race.
8:57
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8:56
The invert for the Late Model race will be an 8 or a 10. Fans can vote on twitter @Motordrome.
8:55
Glenn Gault Jr. is the fastest car here at Motordrome. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:53
It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash! The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands. For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visitwww.kalamazoospeedway.com.
8:44
The local classes are up first before the Late Model event.
8:42
Pro Late Model Time Trials Results

1 32 Glenn Gault Jr. 17.640
2 16 Colt James 17.666
3 15 Nathan Russell 17.837
4 83 Matt Sever 17.937
5 96 Mark Poole 17.973
6 31 Mark Cottone 17.988
7 95 Garry Wiltrout 17.994
8 11 Bobby Henry 17.994
9 1 Steve Black 18.004
10 04 Bret Guzik 18.023
11 11 Bob Weber 18.023
12 8 Danny Lewis 18.032
13 75 Barry Awtey 18.065
14 29 Scott Stern 18.155
15 14 Adam Kostelnik 18.214
16 90 Joe Maruca 18.220
17 33 John Komarinski 18.266
18 07 Tom Fares 18.302
19 82 Jason Lasky 18.305
20 4 Scott Backer 18.470
21 51 Jeremy Holbrook 18.547
22 24 Todd Corson 18.834
8:41
That ends time trials as Glenn Gault Jr. sets fast time.
8:37
Name: 24 – Todd Corson
Lap 1: 19.003
Lap 2: 18.834
Best: 18.834
8:36
Name: 83 – Matt Sever
Lap 1: 17.975
Lap 2: 17.937
Best: 17.937
8:34
Name: 29- Scott Stern
Lap 1: 18.458
Lap 2: 18.155
Best: 18.155
8:33
Name: 31 – Mark Cottone
Lap 1: 17.988
Lap 2: 18.010
Best: 17.988
8:33
Matt Sever climbs into his #83. Sever won his first career late model feature here in June. (Speed51.com photo)
8:32
Name: 82 – Jason Lasky
Lap 1: 18.425
Lap 2: 18.305
Best: 18.305
8:31
Name: 11 Bob Weaver
Lap 1: 18.290
Lap 2: 18.083
Best: 18.083
8:30
Name: 16 – Colt James
Lap 1: 17.672
Lap 2: 17.666
Best: 17.666 – Second Quick
8:29
Longtime Motordrome competitor Mark Cottone. (Speed51.com photo)
8:29
Name: 07 – Tom Fares
Lap 1: 18.310
Lap 2: 18.302
Best: 18.302
8:27
Name: 15 – Nathan Russell
Lap 1: 17.947
Lap 2: 17.837
Best: 17.837
8:27
Colt James climbs into his Ford prior to qualifying. (Speed51.com photo)
8:26
Name: 11 – Bobby Henry
Lap 1: 18.045
Lap 2: 17.994
Best: 17.994
8:25
Name: 1 – Steve Black
Lap 1: 18.048
Lap 2: 18.004
Best: 18.004
8:24
Name: 95 – Gary Wiltrout
Lap 1: 18.123
Lap 2: 17.994
Best: 17.994
8:23
Name: 32 – Glenn Gault Jr.
Lap 1: 17.640
Lap 2: 17.686
Best: 17.640 – FAST TIME
8:22
Name: 14 – Adam Kostelink
Lap 1: 18.214
Lap 2: 18.215
Best: 18.214
8:21
Name: 75 – Barry Awtey
Lap 1: 18.165
Lap 2: 18.065
Best: 18.065
8:20
Glenn Gault Jr. gets pushed to the qualifying line. Gault won the last 100 lap race at Motordrome in July. (Speed51.com photo)
8:19
Name: 04 – Bret Guzik
Lap 1: 18.222
Lap 2: 18.023
Best: 18.023
8:18
Name: 8 – Dan Lewis
Lap 1: Had to come back out for second lap.
Lap 2: 18.032
Best: 18.032
8:17
Name: 51 – Jeremy Holbrook
Lap 1: 18.571
Lap 2: 18.547
Best: 18.547
8:17
Bret Guzik. (Speed51.com photo)
8:16
Name: 4 – Scott Baker
Lap 1: 18.621
Lap 2: 18.470
Best: 18.470
8:15
Name: 8 – Dan Lewis
Lap 1: 18.143
Lap 2: No Lap
Best: 18.143
8:14
Name: 96 – Mark Poole
Lap 1: 18.173
Lap 2: 17.973
Best: 17.973 – Fast Time
8:13
Mark Poole. (Speed51.com photo)
8:12
Name: 90 – Joe Maruca
Lap 1: 18.225
Lap 2: 18.220
Best: 18.220
8:12
The rear of Steve Black’s car has been repaired. (Speed51.com photo)
8:11
Name: 33- John Komarinski
Lap 1: 18.319
Lap 2: 18.266
Best: 18.266
8:11
John Komarinski (Speed51.com photo)
8:11
Time trials are underway.
8:09
John Komarinski will be the first car out when we start time trials.
8:05
Time trials will be up next.
8:04
Brett Guzik on track. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:01
Bobby Henry rolls through pre-qualifying tech. (Speed51.com photo)
7:59
A few more laps for some of the local cars.
7:57
A stellar crowd is on hand for tonight’s races with more fans continuing to file in. (Speed51.com photo)
7:55
Modifieds are now out for a quick run of practice.
7:55
Plan to spend your Labor Day Weekend with a fun weekend of racing at the high banks of Winchester Speedway on September 1-2. On Sunday, September 1, the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will be in action with a 100-lap event. On Labor Day, the ARCA CRA Super Series powered by JEGS will have a 100-lap event along with the Top Speed Modifieds 50, CRA Late Model Sportsman 40 and CRA Street Stocks 40. More information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.
7:49
Colt James’ wife Elisha James watches practice and takes lap times. Colt won this race in 2010. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:43
Pro Late Model Qualifying Order

1 24 Todd Corson
2 33 John Komarinski
3 90 Joe Maruca
4 4 Scott Backer
5 96 Mark Poole
6 8 Danny Lewis
7 51 Jeremy Holbrook
8 04 Brett Guzik
9 75 Barry Awtey
10 14 Adam Kostelnik
11 32 Glenn Gault Jr.
12 95 Garry Wiltrout
13 1 Steve Black
14 11 Bobby Henry
15 15 Nathan Russell
16 07 Tom Fares
17 16 Colt James
18 11 Bob Weber
19 82 Jason Lasky
20 31 Mark Cottone
21 29 Scott Stern
22 83 Matt Sever
7:39
The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
7:36
Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida will host their Night of Champions on Saturday, September 28. The highlight of the night will be the Allen Turner Hyundai Pro Late Model Tune Up 100. Plus the Modifieds, Pro Trucks, Sportsmen, and Bombers will be in action. It could be a great preview of the Snowflake 100 annual event during the Snowball Derby weekend. www.5flagsspeedway.com.
7:33
Local cars are back out or their practice.
7:32
Practice has now ended.
7:31
Steve Black with damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:29
Steve Black has just looped his car out of four and made significant with the outside frontstretch wall.
7:22
Colt James and Steve Black are the only former winners in the field.
7:19
Jason Lasky runs tonight’s race in honor of his grandfather Piney Lasky who this race is named after. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:18
The 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup weekend provides three great days of racing action on the popular half-mile oval in central Florida on October 24-26. The Governor’s Cup 200 on Saturday, October 26. Thursday, October 24 will highlight Sportsman, Super Stocks, Pro-Trucks,and Strictly Stocks. Friday, October 25 will include the Pro Late Models 100, Mini-Stocks 50 and E-Modifieds 50. Find out more by visiting www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org. 
7:17
Tonight’s Schedule (Revised)
8:00 .Late Model time trials begin
8:25 .Invocation, National Anthem
8:30pm .Street Stock 20 lap feature
Modified 20 lap feature
Charger 15 lap feature
Super Compact 15 lap feature

9:30pm to 10:00 Late Models line up on front stretch for driver introductions

10:00pm ..NAPA Piney VI Late Model 100

7:14
Time trials are now set for 8pm. We are only a half hour behind the original schedule
7:12
We are pretty sure all cars have been on track for practice today.
7:12
Bobby Henry in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:09
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.
7:08
Glenn Gault Jr. in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:03
Late Models are going back out on the track for more practice.
7:03
It is one of the crown jewel Super Late Model events in the country. The 42nd Annual Winchester 400 will take place on October 11-12-13 at the high-banked Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Some of the biggest Super Late Model stars from all across the U.S.A. will be “gunning” their way to victory lane. Advance ticket sale forms are available at www.winchesterspeedway.com. 
7:00
Bret Guzik and Mark Poole remain the only cars on track as the flagman waves the white flag for the conclusion of practice.
6:57
Bob Weber and Joe Maruca have come back out to shake down their cars.
6:53
The crowd is starting to file in as we have heard nothing but good things about the fan support here at Motordrome this season.
6:51
Bobby Henry, Steve Black, Mark Cottone and Mark Poole have continued to make laps during the closing stages of practice.  All four drivers have several years of laps at the facility.
6:48
There are no transponders on the Late Models, we will have to wait and see who is fast in time trials.
6:46
Awtey is now on the track along with Holbrook, Lasky and Guzik.
6:45
Gary Wiltrout gets ready to go back out. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:43
Awtey unloaded and climbed in a crew member eats dinner on the fly. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:43
Sever, Cottone and Todd Corson have rejoined the on track activity.
6:41
All of the cars except for Awtey and Scott Baker have taken to the track.  Currently out are Komarinski, WIltrout, Danny Lewis and Nathan Russell.
6:39
Barry Awtey arrived prior to this session and is the 22nd late model on the grounds.  Awtey currently is nine points behind Wiltrout in the track points race, and has three top fives and four top tens in five Piney starts.
6:37
90 Joe Maruca, 1 Steve Black and 31 Mark Cottone now head out as several others such as James, Lasky, Sever and  Wiltrout only ran a handful of laps before heading in.
6:36
Gary Wiltrout and Colt James in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:35
Track is now green.  14 Adam Kostelnik, 95 Garry Wiltrout, 82 Jason Lasky, 33 John Komarinski, 16 Colt James, 51 Jeremy Holbrook, 04 Bret Guzik, 83 Matt Sever, 11 Bobby Henry, 96 Mark Poole and 07 Tom Fares Jr. are all making laps.
6:33
04 Bret Guzik had a little trouble on the first warmup lap and nearly looped it in turn two.
6:29
All but five late models are in line to head out for practice momentarily.
6:20
Comment From Lenny 

Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

6:18
A couple modifieds have entered the track for some practice laps.
6:16
Comment From Boo Carlisle 

Pulling for Colt James tonight! Show them Yankees how its done #15

6:15
Street Stocks are on the track for their brief practice session.  The 83 of Matt Sever is the first Late Model to line up at the end of pit road for their upcoming practice.
6:13
21 cars drew for time trials.
6:10
NAPA is posting $500 in awards that the track will split up into five separate awards. The leaders will also get $10 a lap if they lead.
6:08
We will have double-file restarts tonight.
6:08
Teams are being reminded that this is a big field and race an you can’t win it on the first lap.
6:02
Super Compacts and Chargers have hit the track for a combined practice session.
6:01
Drivers meeting for the draw. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:00
Late Model veteran and former Pro Cup driver Nathan Russell cleans off his #15.
5:58
Colt James is another former winner on the grounds.  The Texas native who now calls North Carolina home has two top tens in three Piney starts coming into tonight.
5:51
Garry Wiltrout currently leads the track late model points with four races remaining including tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
5:51
Local cars are now going out for practice.
5:49
Cars on the Grounds
1 Steve Black
04 Brett Guzik
4 Scott Baker
07 Tom Fares
8 Danny Lewis
11 Bob Weber
11 Bobby Henry
14 Adam Kostelnik
15 Nathan Russell
16 Colt James
24 Todd Corson
29 Scott Stern
31 Mark Cottone
32 Glenn Gault Jr.
33 John Komarinski
51 Jeremy Holbrook
82 Jason Lasky
83 Matt Sever
90 Joe Maruca
95 Garry Wiltrout
96 Mark Poole
5:48
Steve Black led the Piney V flag-to-flag in September 2012. (Speed51.com photo)
5:33
Tonight’s race will be 100 laps for the Pro Late Models. The rest of the racing card is listed below:
Street Stock 20 lap feature
Modified 20 lap feature
Charger 15 lap feature
Super Compact 15 lap feature
5:29
The 49th Annual Alabama 200 will take place on Saturday, August 24 at Montgomery Motor Speedway. The stars of the Southern Super Series will battle it out on the famous half-mile oval. This great event’s winners list is a who’s who in racing with names like Neil Bonnett, Jody Ridley, Richard Petty, Bobby Allison and more recently Augie Grill, Mason Massey, and Hunter Robbins. For more information, please visit www.montgomeryspeedway.com. 
5:27
Recap of the history behind this race: Piney Lasky had the tradition of putting his cowboy hat on the winners head years ago. Since his passing it’s now been shifted to his son Stanley Lasky who does it after the Piney races each year here at Motordrome. This event has become one of the biggest Pro Late Model shows in the county and the hat and along with a bronzed version trophy makes it all the more special.
5:24
Past Winner of the Piney Race
2012 Steve Black
2011 Jimmy Carter
2010 Colt James
2009 Will Thomas
2008 Neil Brown
5:18
This event is another stop along the way in our 51 Days of Summer. We have been at some of the biggest event all across the United States and today is the biggest for the Pro Late Models in Western Pennsylvania.
5:12
Our 51 crew is also hard at work at Gresham for the Test Day for the World Crown 300. Check out their coverage:http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/SSS/Trackside_Now_World_Crown_Fri_8_9.html
5:12
Glenn Gault Jr. finished 2nd in last year’s running of this race. (Speed51.com photo)
5:08
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5:07
The car count is around 20 right now. More are still pulling in.
5:04
Cars are getting unloaded in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:59
Racing starts at 8pm tonight, but the rest of the schedule is up in the air until the track is dry.
4:59
We are working on the entry list and will have that up shortly.
4:54
Teams are unloading as we continues to work on the the track to make it dry.
4:47
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4:44
We are getting underway late because of some passing weather in the area, but things are dry are the rest of the way.
4:42
Good afternoon and welcome to Motordrome Speedway (PA) for the Piney Lasky VI Memorial.
4:40
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Trackside Now – Piney Lasky Memorial VI – Motordrome Speedway (PA) – 8/9/13