11:44
11:44
We will be closing out our coverage from New Smyrna Speedway. If we have any updates from Tech, we will post the update on our Five Star Facebook Feed and AP Twitter Feed (@speed51dotcom).

Thank you for joining us tonight.

Also, thank you to Progressive Racing Engines for being today’s presenting sponsor.

11:41
Comment From Steve in Crestview

Congrats to the #26 Bubba Pollard team…great start to the new year and great coverage as always Speed51!

11:35
We are still waiting for tech to clear for the Super Late Models.
11:29
Comment From Lenny

Congrats to Pollard on the win,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

11:28
Strickly Stock Results

1. Reid Christenson
2. Dan Webb
3. Aaron Overman
4. Warren Howie
5. Dustin Higdon

11:18
Reed Christensen wins the Strictly Stock feature
11:10
11:09
Comment From Allick Jorgensen

Bubba Pollard worked his way through the field nicely. It’ll be interesting to see how he carries this early momentum into the upcoming racing season.

11:09
This win is also Bubba’s 80th 100-lap or more Late Model victory.  
11:07
Super Late Models
Red Eye 100
Unofficial Results

1 26 Bubba Pollard
2 27 Bobby Good
3 5 Daniel Keene
4 57 Chad Pierce
5 129 Spencer Davis
6 5 Joe Boyd
7 81 Anthony Campi
8 12 Derek Griffith
9 20 Anthony Sergi
10 51 Stephen Nasse
11 101 Clay Jones
12 56 Gus Dean
13 9 Rich Clouser
14 51 Michael Atwell
15 11 David Rogers
16 12 David Green
17 54 Matthew Craig
18 2 Joey Coulter
19 5 Jerry Artuso
20 24 Kevyn Terry
21 00 Anthony Cataldi
22 26 Travis Cope
23 2 Bradley Bowman
24 57 Michael Lira
11:03
This is Pollard’s first win at New Smyrna Speedway. He is only the second non-Florida resident to win the Red Eye 100. Randy Weaver was the last driver to do that in 1993.
11:02
We will post a full rundown shortly.
10:57
Pollard celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
10:50
We are going to victory lane.
10:50
CHECKERED FLAG: Bubba Pollard wins the Red Eye 100
10:49
WHITE FLAG: Pollard with a big lead.
10:49
Three laps to go for Pollard
10:48
Lap 96: Pollard leads Good and Keene. No contest for the top three.
10:48
Lap 95: Pollard is five laps away from a win.
10:47
Lap 92: Pollard begins to pull away from Good.
10:47
Lap 90: Pollard, Good, Keene, Pierce, Davis, Campi, Boyd, Griffith, Sergi, Nasse.
10:46
GREEN FLAG LAP 89: Pollard gets in the box and hits the loud pedal and gets the lead over Good.
10:45
One to go at the line.
10:45
Bubba Pollard told us that he wasn’t happy with his run at the Governor’s Cup 200 and he felt he needed to come back and win this race.
10:45
Field doubles up at the line. Pollard takes the outside line.
10:45
89 laps complete. Nasse got loose coming off of turn four and almost spun on the last restart. he is back to 12th.
10:44
Pollard takes the lead from Good. (Speed51.com photo)
10:43
There is a starting box in turn four. The leader can restart anywhere in that box.
10:43
Comment From Guest

What was the starting line

10:42
CAUTION LAP 86: Clouser up in the marbles in turns one and two and comes to a stop.
10:42
Lap 85: Pollard gets about three car lengths on Good. About the same between Good and Davis in third.
10:41
Lap 84: Pollard leads with Good in second and Davis in third. Keene to fourth and Campi to fifth.
10:41
Lap 83: Pollard goes by Good and takes the lead.
10:40
Lap 82: Pollard on the inside of Good for the lead.
10:40
GREEN FLAG LAP 80: Pollard hangs with Good but Good leads out of turn two. Nasse almost spins after getting bumped.
10:39
Field is doubled up. Restart will come with 20 laps to go. Good will restart on the outside. He has been great on the starts tonight, but now has Pollard to his inside.
10:39
Travis Cope\’s crew makes an adjustment to his car. (Speed51.com photo)
10:37
The safety buggy had to get a push from the wrecker.
10:36
10:35
Cope, Craig, Artuso, Dean, and Rogers come to pit road
10:34
77 laps complete…

Good
Pollard
Griffith
Davis
Nasse
Keene
Boyd
Campi
Sergi
Dean
Rogers
Pierce
Jones
Atwell
Clouser
Cope
Coulter
Craig
Artuso
Cataldi
Terry
Green
Bowman
Lira

10:33
CAUTION LAP 77: Bradley Bowman comes to a stop in turns one and two. It appears he made contact with the wall and has rear end damage.
10:32
Lap 76: Pollard is catching Good, lead is now 1.5 seconds.
10:31
Lap 75: 25 laps to go for Bobby Good.
10:31
Lap 73: Good continues to have a two second lead over Pollard.
10:31
Lap 72: Only one lap car, Coulter is between Good and Pollard.
10:30
Lap 71: Good has a 2.1 second lead over Pollard.
10:30
Lap 70: Good, Pollard, Griffith, Davis, Nasse, Keene, Boyd, Campi, Sergi, Cope.
10:29
Lap 68: Pollard pulls away from Griffith and will try to chase down Good.
10:29
Lap 65: Pollard keeps searching for a way around Griffith. He gets him loose in three and gets second.
10:28
10:28
Lap 62: Defending winner Travis Cope is not having a good night. He is back to ninth.
10:27
Lap 60: Good now has a two-second lead over Griffith.
10:26
Lap 58: Davis falls back but is still in fourth. Nasse if fifth with Keene on his bumper.
10:26
Lap 56: Pollard on the inside of Griffith off of four, but Griffith holds off of two.
10:25
Lap 55: Three car battle for second as Davis catches Pollard’s bumper.
10:25
Lap 54: Pollard is searching for a way to get around Griffith.
10:24
Lap 52: Good has a 1.2 second lead over Griffith with Pollard on his bumper. Davis is closing in to join the battle.
10:24
Lap 50: Halfway…Good, Griffith, Pollard, Davis, Nasse, Keene, Boyd, Campi, Cope, Sergi.
10:23
Lap 49: Pollard is all over Griffith for the second spot.
10:23
Lap 47: Keene on the inside of Nasse for fifth. Boyd joins the battle.
10:22
Lap 45: Griffith’s car is working well on the high line and Pollard can’t get a run off of the corners.
10:22
Lap 44: Pollard looks to the inside of Griffith in one and two.
10:22
Lap 42: Good continues to lead with Griffith in second. Pollard now catching Griffith for the spot. Davis on the inside of Nasse. Goes to fourth.
10:21
Lap 41: Pollard now has third place but Nasse won’t let him go. Davis runs fifth with Keene in sixth.
10:21
Lap 40 : Pollard back on the inside of Nasse as they come off of turn two.
10:20
Lap 39: Nasse wins the battle over Pollard and goes to third.
10:20
Lap 38: Good leads with Griffith in second. Nasse and Pollard continue to battle for third.
10:19
GREEN FLAG LAP 37: Good gets the jump on Griffith. Nasse and Pollard battle for third.
10:19
It appears they are counting the first three caution laps.
10:18
Field will get one to go at the line.
10:18
10:18
Keene goes by Davis for fifth. (Speed51.com photo)
10:17
Field rundown after 33 laps…

Good
Griffith
Pollard
Keene
Nasse
Davis
Cope
Craig
Boyd
Campi
Dean
Sergi
Pierce
Clouser
Jones
Rogers
Lira
Artuso
Bowman
Atwell
Coulter
Green
Cataldi
Terry

10:15
CAUTION LAP 33: Kevyn Terry spins in turn four.
10:14
Lap 30: Good, Griffith, Pollard, Nasse, Keene, Davis, Cope, Craig, Boyd, Dean…top ten.
10:14
Lap 28: Good puts Terry and Bowman a lap down.
10:13
Lap 27: Keene gets a run on the inside of Davis and goes to fifth out of turn two.
10:13
Lap 25: Good continues to lead. Pollard is within three car lengths of Griffith for second.
10:12
Lap 24: Keene got by Cope and joins the battle for fourth with Nasse and Davis.
10:12
Lap 20: Good continues to lead with Griffith in second. Pollard is catching up to him. Nasse is holding off Davis for fourth.
10:11
Lap 19: Davis all over Nasse for the fourth spot. Good still leads.
10:10
Pollard goes by Cope. (Speed51.com photo)
10:10
Lap 15: Good, Griffith, Pollard, Nasse, Davis, Cope, Keene, Craig, Boyd, Dean.
10:09
Lap 14: Keene will give it another shot as they go into turn three. Keene peaks and Cope says no.
10:09
Lap 12: Davis clears Cope for the fifth spot. Cope slams the door on Keene.
10:08
Lap 10: Nasse on the inside of Cope for fourth and gets the spot. Davis follows with Keene behind him. Cope is going backwards.
10:08
Lap 8: Nasse trying to look on the inside of Cope for fourth. Davis is sixth and Keene is seventh.
10:07
Lap 7: Good has a 1.3 second lead over Griffith. Pollard by Cope for third.
10:07
Lap 6: Top 11 is single file. Clouser gets by Sergi for 12th.
10:06
Lap 5: Good has a 1.1 second lead.
10:06
Lap 4: Good leads with Griffith in second. Cope is now third with Pollard in fourth and Nasse in fifth.
10:05
Lap 3: Pollard on the move early. He jumps to fourth.
10:05
Lap 2: Good lead with Griffith in second and Craig in third. Cope and Nasse round out the top five.
10:05
GREEN FLAG: Good gets a good jump and leads the field into turn one.
10:04
Field gets one to go at the line. Good and Craig will lead the field to the green.
10:01
Comment From M43

Let’s go Derek!!

10:01
Comment From Guest NH

You got this Derek!!!!!!

10:00
Comment From Guest

Let’s go Derek !!!

10:00
Comment From Bama Dave

Tuned in to Speed 51 from UCLA – pulling for the BP26 team.

9:59
Comment From king77

Sweep’em Spencer!

9:59
Comment From Sonny

Good luck Bubba looking for a win to start the season off right

9:59
The command has been given and the engines come to life for the Red Eye 100.  
9:59
9:59
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9:53
The 2015 starting field for the Red Eye 100. (Speed51.com photo)
9:51
Comment From Mike Kilgo

Looking for GA boy Bubba Pollard to win

9:51
Comment From Guest

Go Spencer go!

9:51
Comment From Tucker

Good Luck Daivd Rogers!

9:51
Comment From Stanford family

Stephen can do it! Bring it home buddy!

9:51
Comment From Larry Barker

Listening from Battle Creek, Michigan , Congrat’s to David Roger’s on his 42nd year in racing , rooting for Bubba Pollard ,start the new year off right with a win

9:51
Comment From ONEHARDHEAD

Hoping Matt Craig in the 54 brings it home!

9:43
David Rogers is starting his 42nd year of racing tonight.  
9:43
Comment From Gordon Nation

Many big races have been run in Florida: Daytona, the Snowball, and the race we’re watching tonight.

9:42
Comment From Guest

GO SPENCER MAKE IT ,TWO IN A ROW,,HERE IN WESTFIELD N.C.

9:42
9:42
Comment From roger

Nice win Spencer–thanks for the coverage 51

9:42
Comment From Lenny

Go Nasse,Pollard,Sergi,and Dean

9:42
Comment From

Good luck Matt Craig. You got this!!!!!

9:40
Comment From Gordon Nation

If Davis keeps running like this, I suspect he’ll be in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series before too long.

9:40
Comment From Steve in Florida

Looking for Bubba Pollard to win his first Redeye 100….following the race on Speed51!!

9:39
Super Late Models
Red Eye 100
Starting Lineup

1 27 Bobby Good
2 54 Matthew Craig
3 12 Derek Griffith
4 51 Stephen Nasse
5 26 Travis Cope
6 129 Spencer Davis
7 26 Bubba Pollard
8 5 Daniel Keene Jr.
9 5 Joe Boyd
10 81 Anthony Campi
11 57 Chad Pierce
12 20 Anthony Sergi
13 56 Gus Dean
14 5 Jerry Artuso
15 101 Clay Jones
16 9 Rich Clouser
17 00 Anthony Cataldi
18 12 David Green
19 57 Michael Lira
20 51 Michael Atwell
21 11 David Rogers
22 24 Kevyn Terry
23 2 Bradley Bowman
24 2 Joey Coulter

 

9:37
The invert for the Red Eye 100 was eight.  
9:34
Comment From Lenny

Congrats to Davis on the win.Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

9:34
Comment From Bustin Ours

C’mon Clay Jones #101 – you got this bud!!!!

9:33
Past Red Eye 100 winners

1984 Jack Cook
1985 Leroy Porter
1986 Daniel Keene
1987 Jack Cook
1988 David Rogers
1990 Bruce Lawrence
1991 Dick Anderson
1992 Dick Anderson
1993 Randy Weaver
1994 Jack Cook
1995 Jack Cook
1996 David Russell
1997 Ronnie Burkett
1998 David Russell
1999 Jack Cook
2000 Wayne Anderson (FL)
2001 David Rogers
2002 Justin Drawdy
2003 Mike Good
2004 B.J. McLeod
2005 Jeff Choquette
2006 Mike Fritts
2009 Tim Russell
2010 Rich Clouser
2011 Stephen Nasse
2012 Tim Russell
2013 Stephen Nasse
2014 Travis Cope
9:32
Unofficially led 42 laps.  
9:32
Comment From Dave

How many laps did Davis lead?

9:32
9:31
Spencer Davis was just asked if he can win the Red Eye 100.  He said, “That’s the plan.”
9:31
Spencer Davis gets the hardware. (Speed51.com photo)
9:30
Spencer Davis celebrates his first win of 2015. (Speed51.com photo)
9:29
Pro Late Model
Zack Donatti Memorial 50
Unofficial Results

1 129 Spencer Davis
2 21 Larry Blount
3 15 Cody Blair
4 209z Anthony Sergi
5 21 Scott Reeves
6 17 Chuck Tuck
7 36 Sheldon Creed
8 66 Blake Cejner
9 57 Michael Lira
10 05 Jeffery White
11 80 Rich Clouser
12 30 Noah Cornman
9:28
Blair said he struggled with his brakes all night.
9:27
“The crew did an awesome job. I finally got on the wheel, even though I am old. Even though I finished second, I am happy,” Blount said after the race.
9:24
“It is awesome to win this race,” Davis said in victory lane.
9:23
The Red Eye 100 is next.
9:23
We will post an official rundown as soon as we get it.
9:22
Blount is second and Blair finishes third.
9:22
CHECKERED FLAG: Spencer Davis wins the Zack Donatti Memorial 50.
9:22
WHITE FLAG: Davis is looking for another win.
9:21
Lap 47: Davis is on cruise control around the half-mile.
9:20
Lap 45: Five laps to go for Spencer Davis. Blount is still second with Blair in third.
9:20
Lap 43: Lira is back out after fixing his problem but is 8 laps down.
9:19
Lap 40: 10 laps to go for Spencer Davis. He won the Pro Late Model championship at last year’s World Series of Stock Car racing.
9:19
Heavy damage to White\’s car.(Speed51.com photo)
9:18
GREEN FLAG LAP 39: Davis gets a big jump on Blount. Blair goes to third.
9:18
12 laps to go. One to go to green.
9:17
The green light is actually the transponder.
9:17
Comment From Mike

What is the green LED light under the car inside the left rear wheel. About two thirds of all the late models have it.

9:15
CAUTION LAP 37: Jeffrey White backs his car into the turn one wall.
9:15
Lap 35: Davis is in his own zip code.
9:13
Lap 31: Davis has almost a straightaway lead on Blount. Blount is racing for the first time since last March.
9:12
Lap 27: Lira is off the pace and Blount goes to second. Lira to the pits. Last time he came by, his engine sounded like it was missing.
9:11
Lap 25: Halfway through, Davis has a big lead with Lira in second and Blount in third. Sergi back to fourth.
9:11
GREEN FLAG LAP 23: Davis continues to lead with Lira in second.
9:09
Corn an was also involved. (Speed51.com photo)
9:08
Clean up is complete. Two laps to go at the line.
9:06
CAUTION LAP 23: Sergi spun and collected Sheldon Creed and Rich Clouser. Not seeing much damage on Sergi. Creed has some front left damage. Blair also has some damage. Clouser going off on the hook.
9:05
GREEN FLAG LAP 23: Davis gets the lead. Sergi appears to get loose in turn one and he spins.
9:04
One to go at the line.
9:04
Rundown after 22 laps.

Davis
Lira
Sergi
Blount
Creed
Clouser
Blair
Tuck
Cornman
White
Cejner
Reeves

9:01
CAUTION LAP 22: Cejner spins in turn four.
9:01
Lap 20: Davis leads Lira. Big gap between Lira and Sergi in third. Almost a straightaway from second to third.
9:00
Lap 19: Davis puts Jeffery White a lap down.
9:00
Lap 18: Davis leads with Lira in second and Sergi in third. Blount is fourth and Creed is up to fifth.
8:59
Lap 16: Davis extends his lead to ten car lengths over Lira.
8:59
Davis takes the lead from Lira. (Speed51.com photo)
8:58
Timing and scoring isn’t working at the moment.
8:57
Lap 10: 40 to go and Davis leads Lira any three car lengths.
8:57
Lap 8: Davis becomes the new leader with Lira in second and Sergi in third.
8:56
Lap 7: Davis on the inside of Lira for the lead off of turn four. Davis comes out as turn two as the new leader.
8:56
Lap 5: Lira leads with Davis chasing him down. Blount is fourth and Reeves in fifth.
8:55
Lap 4: Lira continues to lead while Davis is on the inside of Sergi for second. Takes the spot off of four.
8:55
Lap 2: Lira leads Sergi with Davis in third.
8:54
GREEN FLAG: Lira gets the lead with Sergi tucking into second and Blount in third.
8:54
The field performs the missing man formation on the pole in honor of Donatti. One to go at the line.
8:53
Two laps to go to green.
8:52
As we mentioned earlier in our coverage…

Anthony Sergi changed his number from 20 to 209z to include Donatti’s number 9z.

Michael Lira is driving the car that Donatti last raced before he passed away.

8:50
Comment From Guest

Go chuck tuck

8:50
Comment From roger

Go Spencer

8:50
The field waves to the crowd as we are under the pace laps for tonight’s 50-lapper.
8:49
Comment From Guest

Good Luck Anthony and Team!

8:48
The command has been given and the engines have been fired for tonight’s first Pro Late Model event of 2015.
8:46
Comment From Lenny

Go Sergi

8:45
The Red Eye 100 will be up after this race.
8:44
8:44
The field has been introduced and drivers are strapping in their cars for the Pro Late Model Zac Donatti Memorial 50.
8:37
The 66 of Blake Cejner didn’t qualify but will start shotgun on the field.  
8:36
Pro Late Models
Zack Donatti Memorial 50
Starting Lineup

1 209z Anthony Sergi 18.098
2 57 Michael Lira 18.144
3 129 Spencer Davis 18.32
4 80 Rich Clouser 18.351
5 15 Cody Blair 18.551
6 21 Larry Blount 18.555
7 36 Sheldon Creed 18.584
8 21 Scott Reeves 18.788
9 17 Chuck Tuck 18.807
10 30 Noah Cornman 19.025
11 05 Jeffery White 19.321

 

8:35
Rich Clouser was fourth quick and he accepted the challenge to start from the rear and hopes to win for a $500 bonus.
8:35
The invert was three for the Zack Donatti Memorial 50.
8:34
The Zack Donatti Memorial is in honor of the 19-year-old driver who lost his life last year after a construction accident. Check out this story on Speed51.com about the special race they had a New Smyrna Speedway after his passing.

http://speed51.com/jarrells…

8:32
Comment From Bowsers

Go T Cope from Holiday

8:32
Justin Reynolds celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com photo)
8:31
Comment From Raini

GoTravis Cope

8:29
Comment From Raini

Pulling for Cope in Ocala …Go T Cope

8:29
Justin Reynolds (grey car) edges Jared Korpi for the Super Stock win. (Speed51.com photo)
8:28
8:27
Comment From SBMOD28

Grew up watching Keene and Cope….but it was Daniel Keene Sr, And Mike and Jimmy Cope

8:27
Jared Korpi was second in the Super Stock feature.
8:26
We got clarification that Justin Reynolds drove his brother’s car in tonight’s Super Stock race.
8:26
The Pro Late Model Zack Donatti Memorial 50 is up next.
8:25
Comment From 23andJoe

Pulling for Michael Lira in PLMs and Bobby Good in the Red Eye.

8:25
Justin Reynolds wins the Super Stock feature by a fender.
8:21
Comment From Kristian

Pulling for Cope in NC! Let’s make it two years in a row.

8:20
Matthew Reynolds leads with 10 laps to go.  
8:18
Daniel Keene Jr. is tonight\’s fast qualifier for the Red Eye 100. (Speed51.com photo)
8:17
8:17
Today’s Trackside Now coverage of the Red Eye 100 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
8:16
Justin Reynolds leads with five laps complete.  
8:15
Comment From Christina Ray

Come on T.Cope. You got this.

8:15
Comment From Jake92

Goooo Bubba Pollard and David Rogers…. Good luck to all drivers and crews..

8:14
The Super Stocks are not on transponders, so we will do our best with who is leading.  
8:13
Comment From GordonNation

Spencer has a good paint scheme tonight.

8:13
Comment From SBMOD28

In Ohio pulling for Nasse

8:13
Comment From Rutherford ShortTrax

I think Cody Blair wins tonight.

8:13
Comment From Mark Johnson……Montgomery Motor Speedway

Good Luck to SLM hero Bubba Pollard tonight in the Red Eye 100 at New Smyrna. Hope you get 2015 kicked off with a big win down there tonight.

7:58
The Super Stocks will be out for a 25-lap feature first.
7:57
Comment From Lenny

Go Dean,Nasse,Pollard,and Sergi,where is Zack Jarrell at?

7:49
Spencer Davis got the fast time for Pro Late Models. (Speed51.com photo)
7:48
We will wait for the lineups for tonight’s events.  Should be underway shortly with tonight’s racing action.  
7:47
Comment From Garc cars

Way to go spencer!

7:47
Pro Late Models
Zack Donatti Memorial 50
Qualifying Results

1 129 Spencer Davis 18.098
2 57 Michael Lira 18.144
3 209z Anthony Sergi 18.32
4 80 Rich Clouser 18.351
5 15 Cody Blair 18.551
6 21 Larry Blount 18.555
7 36 Sheldon Creed 18.584
8 21 Scott Reeves 18.788
9 17 Chuck Tuck 18.807
10 30 Noah Cornman 19.025
11 05 Jeffery White 19.321
7:45
Spencer Davis is the fast qualifier for the Pro Late Models.
7:45
36 – Sheldon Creed
Lap 1: 18.830
Lap 2: 18.584
Best: 18.584
7:44
Comment From roger

nice run Anthony

7:44
15 – Cody Blair
Lap 1: 18.690
Lap 2: 18.551
Best: 18.551
7:42
129 – Spencer Davis
Lap 1: 18.178
Lap 2: 18.098
Best: 18.098 (P1)
7:41
209z – Anthony Sergi
Lap 1: 18.454
Lap 2: 18.320
Best: 18.320
7:40
21 – Larry Blount
Lap 1: 18.905
Lap 2: 18.555
Best: 18.555
7:38
17 – Chuck Tuck
Lap 1: 19.016
Lap 2: 18.807
Best: 18.807
7:37
21 – Scott Reeves
Lap 1: 18.788
Lap 2: 18.794
Best: 18.788
7:36
7:36
80 – Rich Clouser
Lap 1: 18.477
Lap 2: 18.351
Best: 18.351
7:34
05 – Jeffery White
Lap 1: 19.836
Lap 2: 19.321
Best: 19.321
7:33
30 – Noah Cornman
Lap 1: 19.166
Lap 2: 19.025
Best: 19.025
7:32
57 – Michael Lira
Best Lap: 18.144
7:30
Pro Late Model qualifying is underway
7:27
Super Late Models
Red Eye 100
Qualifying Results

1 5 Daniel Keene Jr. 17.641
2 26 Bubba Pollard 17.642
3 129 Spencer Davis 17.658
4 26 Travis Cope 17.754
5 51 Stephen Nasse 17.776
6 12 Derek Griffith 17.785
7 54 Matthew Craig 17.839
8 27 Bobby Good 17.85
9 5 Joe Boyd 17.866
10 81 Anthony Campi 17.879
11 57 Chad Pierce 17.88
12 20 Anthony Sergi 17.888
13 56 Gus Dean 17.939
14 5 Jerry Artuso 17.956
15 101 Clay Jones 17.965
16 9 Rich Clouser 17.971
17 00 Anthony Cataldi 17.993
18 12 David Green 18.029
19 57 Michael Lira 18.041
20 51 Michael Atwell 18.083
21 11 David Rogers 18.112
22 24 Kevyn Terry 18.2
23 2 Bradley Bowman 18.271
24 2 Joey Coulter 18.469

 

7:25
Daniel Keene Jr. just beats Bubba Pollard by .001 seconds win the fast qualifier award for the Red Eye 100.
7:25
12 – Derek Griffith
Lap 1: 17.785
Lap 2: 17.916
Best: 17.785
7:24
51 – Michael Atwell
Lap 1: 18.211
Lap 2: 18.083
Best: 18.083
7:23
00 – Anthony Cataldi
Lap 1: 17.993
Lap 2: 18.038
Best: 17.993
7:21
57 – Chad Pierce
Lap 1: 18.043
Lap 2: 17.880
Best: 17.880
7:20
24 – Kevyn Terry
Lap 1: 18.364
Lap 2: 18.200
Best: 18.200
7:19
54 – Matthew Craig
Lap 1: 17.932
Lap 2: 17.839
Best: 17.839
7:18
5 – Daniel Keene Jr.
Lap 1: 17.890
Lap 2: 17.641
Best: 17.641 (P1)
7:17
9 – Rich Clouser
Lap 1: 18.208
Lap 2: 17.971
Best: 17.971
7:16
7:16
5 – Jerry Artuso
Lap 1: 18.245
Lap 2: 17.956
Best: 17.956
7:14
5 – Joe Boyd
Lap 1: 17.963
Lap 2: 17.866
Best: 17.866
7:13
26 – Bubba Pollard
Lap 1: 17.652
Lap 2: 17.642
Best: 17.642 (P1)
7:12
129 – Spencer Davis
Lap 1: 17.902
Lap 2: 17.658
Best: 17.658 (P1)
7:11
101 – Clay Jones
Lap 1: 18.108
Lap 2: 17.965
Best: 17.965
7:10
20 – Anthony Sergi
Lap 1:17.949
Lap 2: 17.888
Best: 17.888
7:09
57 – Michael Lira
Lap 1: 18.112
Lap 2: 18.041
Best: 18.041
7:08
2 – Bradley Bowman
Lap 1: 18.315
Lap 2: 18.271
Best: 18.271
7:06
12 – David Green
Lap 1: 18.253
Lap 2: 18.029
Best: 18.029
7:05
81 – Anthony Campi
Lap 1: 17.980
Lap 2: 17.879
Best: 17.879
7:04
51 – Stephen Nasse
Lap 1: 17.940
Lap 2: 17.776
Best: 17.776 (P2)
7:03
26 – Travis Cope
Lap 1: 17.967
Lap 2: 17.754
Best: 17.754 P1
7:02
11 – David Rogers
Lap 1: 18.311
Lap 2: 18.112
Best: 18.112
7:01
27 – Bobby Good
Lap 1: 18.084
Lap 2: 17.850
Best: 17.850
7:00
56 – Gus Dean
Lap 1: 18.469
Lap 2: 17.939
Best: 17.939
6:58
2 – Joey Coulter
Lap 1: 18.622
Lap 2: 18.469
Best: 18.469
6:57
Qualifying is underway for the Super Late Models Red Eye 100.
6:57
6:57
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6:56
Super Stocks and Strictly Stocks are off the track and they are getting the Super Late Models lined up for qualifying.
6:52
6:50
The Super Stocks and Strictly Stocks are going around the track at full speed now.

Earlier, they announced that the Strictly Stocks will have their name changed to Bombers for the 2015 racing season.

6:47
The Super Stocks and Strictly Stocks continue to take laps around the track to put the finishing touches on drying the track here at New Smyrna Speedway.  
6:38
6:37
Pro Late Models
Zack Donatti Memorial 50
Qualifying Order

 

1 57 Michael Lira
2 30 Noah Cornman
3 05 Jeffery White
4 80 Rich Clouser
5 21 Scott Reeves
6 17 Chuck Tuck
7 21 Larry Blount
8 209z Anthony Sergi
9 15 Cody Blair
10 129 Spencer Davis
11 36 Sheldon Creed
12 66 Blake Cejner
6:34
Red Eye 100

Qualifying Order

1 2 Joey Coulter
2 56 Gus Dean
3 27 Bobby Good
4 11 David Rogers
5 26 Travis Cope
6 51 Stephen Nasse
7 81 Anthony Campi
8 12 David Green
9 2 Bradley Bowman
10 57 Michael Lira
11 20 Anthony Sergi
12 101 Clay Jones
13 129 Spencer Davis
14 26 Bubba Pollard
15 5 Joe Boyd
16 5 Jerry Artuso
17 9 Rich Clouser
18 5 Daniel Keene Jr.
19 54 Matthew Craig
20 24 Kevyn Terry
21 57 Chad Pierce
22 00 Anthony Cataldi
23 51 Michael Atwell
24 12 Derek Griffith

 

6:33
The Super Stocks are coming out for a practice session and to help finish the track drying process.

They also announced that both Late Models will get a warm up lap before they take their two laps for qualifying.

6:26
Cars are lined up for qualifying as track drying continues at New Smyrna Speedway. (Speed51.comphoto)
6:21
Stephen Nasse has only raced the Red Eye 100 twice in his career.  Both times he has won it.  He won it in 2011 and 2013.
6:18
Previous Red Eye 100 winners…

 

1984 Jack Cook
1985 Leroy Porter
1986 Daniel Keene
1987 Jack Cook
1988 David Rogers
1990 Bruce Lawrence
1991 Dick Anderson
1992 Dick Anderson
1993 Randy Weaver
1994 Jack Cook
1995 Jack Cook
1996 David Russell
1997 Ronnie Burkett
1998 David Russell
1999 Jack Cook
2000 Wayne Anderson (FL)
2001 David Rogers
2002 Justin Drawdy
2003 Mike Good
2004 B.J. McLeod
2005 Jeff Choquette
2006 Mike Fritts
2009 Tim Russell
2010 Rich Clouser
2011 Stephen Nasse
2012 Tim Russell
2013 Stephen Nasse
2014 Travis Cope
6:17
6:17
Griffith told us this is the same car he ran at the Governor’s Cup 200. They left car here in Florida and came back to run this race. They are planning on running Speedweeks here at New Smyrna Speedway.
6:16
Derek Griffith made the trek from New Hampshire for this race. (Speed51.com photo)
6:11
The turns are looking real good and we are starting to see some progress on the straights.
6:01
Daniel Keene Jr. is going with a retro paint scheme that his dad had tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
5:58
5:58
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5:57
The sun has set and the lights are on at New Smyrna Speedway. Both the Super Late Models and Pro Late Models are lined up on pit road for qualifying. We are seeing real good progress on the track drying effort around the half-mile oval.
5:52
Looking down pit road, it appears that Joey Coulter will be the first car out with Gus Dean second and Brian Good third.
5:52
We are starting to see some good dry spots around the track. Hopefully, won’t be too long and we will go Super Late Model qualifying.
5:45
5:45
5:43
Comment From Mike Ray

Beautiful rainbow;Pulling for Joey Coulter,Stephen Nasse,Clay Jones and Bubba this evening

5:43
Officials are still drying the track after a quick five minute shower passed over the track around 5pm.
5:33
We are showing 24 Super and 11 Pro’s so far.
5:31
There is a nice cool breeze going over the track and it is helping with the track drying process.
5:29
5:21
Those who are watching our coverage at the track, officials are asking for no personal vehicles and four-wheelers to cross the track as they will be working to dry the track.
5:19
The quick shower did cause us to lose the track. Officials and their vehicles are out now to dry the track.
5:18
Rainbow hovers over turn three at New Smyrna Speedway. (Speed51.com photo)
5:13
Teams were able to get covers on the car.  One of the track officials calls this a “sun shower” where you have sun and rain at the same time.  
5:12
Can already see a rainbow behind the track. (Speed51.com photo)
5:11
We can see a little moisture on the windows here in the tower. There is a small cell passing over the track.  The bulk of this small cel to the west of the track.  We can already see blue skies behind this small cell.  
5:08
Pro Late Models
Final Practice Times

1 15 Cody   Blair 18.576
2 209Z Anthony Sergi 18.608
3 36 Sheldon Creed 18.696
4 17 Chuck Tuck 19.031
5 66 Blake Cejner 19.221
6 5 Jeffery White 19.337
5:07
Comment From Scorer27

I wish I was there! Pretty good field of cars for the Red Eye. I can’t wait for the World Series.

4:57
Comment From Guest

Talking with Zacks dad he wants to continue it. He also wants it to be 100 laps next year.

4:57
4:57
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4:57
Pro Late Model practice is complete for today, they will qualify after the Super Late Models.

Cody Blair was the fastest in the last session with an 18.576. Anthony Sergi was second with an 18.608 and Sheldon Creed was third with an 18.696.

4:56
Chuck Tuck gets some practice laps. (Speed51.com photo)
4:55
Sheldon Creed is currently third quick on the practice chart. (Speed51.com photo)
4:52
Cody Blair is currently the fastest with a time of 18.576. Only five Pro Late Models have been out this session.
4:48
Super Late Model cars are going through pre-qualifying tech and are lining up on pit road.  They are scheduled to qualify at 5:30pm.  
4:47
Pro Late Models are back out for their final session. Anthony Sergi, Sheldon Creed and Chuck Tuck are the only three out on the track currently.  
4:44
4:43
We don’t have an exact answer on that.  This race was supposed to be part of the Governor’s Cup weekend back in November but was rained out.  
4:43
Comment From 23andJoe

Is the Donatti Memorial going to be a new annual event at New Smyrna, or is it just for this one year?

4:42
Pro Late Model Practice Speeds so far..

 

1 57 Michael Lira 18.323
2 209Z Anthony Sergi 18.647
3 36 Sheldon Creed 18.828
4 21B Larry Blount 18.841
5 17 Chuck Tuck 18.85
6 15 Cody   Blair 18.991
7 30 Noah Cornman 19.054
8 21R Scott Reeves 19.054
9 66 19.316
10 5 Jeffery White 19.434
4:40
Pro Late Models will get one more session after the Super Stocks get a session.
4:34
Pro Late Model practice continues at New Smyrna Speedway. Michael Lira is still the fastest with an 18.323. Anthony Sergi is second with an 18.647 and Sheldon Creed is third with an 18.828.
4:26
4:26
We misspoke earlier to a question asking if Tim Russell is at the track. He is, but is not racing tonight. He is the crew chief for Sheldon Creed.
4:25
Top Five in Pro Late Model Practice so far…

1. Michael Lira 18.323
2. Anthony Sergi 18.647
3. Sheldon Creed 18.846
4. Chuck Tuck 18.850
5. Cody Blair 18.991

4:24
Lira goes to the top of the practice chart for the Pro Late Models with an 18.323.
4:22
Michael Lira\’s PLM is the same car Donatti drove until his accident last summer. (Speed51.com photo)
4:21
Tonight’s Pro Late Model 50 is the Zack Donatti Memorial. The race is in honor of the 19-year-old driver who lost is life last year after a construction accident.
4:20
Larry Blount told us last night that this is the first time he is racing since last March. The car has been sitting on jack stands until this weekend.
4:20
Anthony Sergi, Chuck Tuck, Sheldon Creed, Noah Cornman, Jeffrey White, and Larry Blount are a few cars out on the track now.
4:18
Pro Late Models are coming out for their first practice session.

Spencer Davis told us that he doesn’t plan on practicing his Pro Late Model, but will be racing tonight.

4:17
4:15
Checked with Bubba Pollard’s crew. They thought something may have broke, but looked at the car and he went back out to shake it down.  They think they will be fine for the race tonight.  
4:14
Red Eye 100
Final Practice Results

1 26P Bubba Pollard 17.754
2 129 Spencer Davis 17.778
3 5K Daniel Keene Jr. 17.816
4 27 Bobby Good 17.912
5 51N Stephen Nasse 17.967
6 81 Anthony Campi 18.013
7 5 Joe Boyd 18.03
8 54 Matthew Craig 18.063
9 26 Travis Cope 18.081
10 9C Rich Clouser 18.148
11 20 Anthony Sergi 18.153
12 56 Gus Dean 18.154
13 0 Anthony Cataldi 18.155
14 57P Chad Pierce 18.165
15 11 David Rogers 18.17
16 5A Jerry   Artuso 18.171
17 12D Derek Griffith 18.223
18 12G David Green 18.287
19 57L Michael Lira 18.309
20 101 Clay Jones 18.31
21 51A Michael Atwell 18.324
22 2C Joey Coulter 18.388
23 24 Kevyn   Terry 18.575
24 2B Bradley Bowman 18.598
4:10
The Super Stocks are now on track for their practice session.

Red Eye 100 qualifying is scheduled for 5:30pm.

4:06
Past Red Eye 100 winners…

1984 Jack Cook
1985 Leroy Porter
1986 Daniel Keene
1987 Jack Cook
1988 David Rogers
1990 Bruce Lawrence
1991 Dick Anderson
1992 Dick Anderson
1993 Randy Weaver
1994 Jack Cook
1995 Jack Cook
1996 David Russell
1997 Ronnie Burkett
1998 David Russell
1999 Jack Cook
2000 Wayne Anderson (FL)
2001 David Rogers
2002 Justin Drawdy
2003 Mike Good
2004 B.J. McLeod
2005 Jeff Choquette
2006 Mike Fritts
2009 Tim Russell
2010 Rich Clouser
2011 Stephen Nasse
2012 Tim Russell
2013 Stephen Nasse
2014 Travis Cope
4:05
Practice is complete. Bubba Pollard was the fastest with a 17.754. We will have a full rundown shortly.
4:02
Pollard is heading back out after his team looked over his car.
4:00
Stephen Nasse is currently P5. (Speed51.com photo)
4:00
Spencer Davis is hoping to pick up two wins tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
3:58
Pollard is still the fastest on the practice chart with Davis in second and Keene in third. Good and Nasse round out the top five.
3:58
3:58
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3:57
Pollard’s crew looks over the car after his spin. (Speed51.com photo)
3:55
Pollard appeared to have the car break loose on him as he came out of turn two. It was a quick spin, and is back on pit road. He quickly got out of the car to look at the back end. Crew his checking the left rear of the car.
3:54
There is 10 minutes left in practice.
3:53
Pollard spins in turn two on his own. Doesn’t hit anyone or anything. Gathers up the car and will bring it to pit road.
3:53
Looks like we have 24 so far.
3:53
Comment From How many super late models are there today?

How many super late models are there today?

3:50
Pollard is out to make another run.
3:49
Chad Pierce is the 24th car to come out and make some practice laps today.
3:48
Pollard remains at the top of practice chart with a 17.754. Davis is second with a 17.778 and Keene is third with a 17.816. Good is fourth with a 17.912 and Nasse rounds out the top five with a 17.967.

Those are the only five in the 17 second range so far.

3:45
Jerry Artuso makes his first laps around the half-mile oval today.
3:44
Anthony Campi goes to P5 with an 18.013.
3:43
3:43
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3:41
Top Five…

1. Bubba Pollard 17.754
2. Spencer Davis 17.778
3. Bobby Good 17.912
4. Stephen Nasse 17.967
5. Matthew Craig 18.063

3:40
Pollard just made a mock qualifying run, he goes back to the top of the chart with a 17.754.
3:38
Anthony Sergi is doing double duty today. (Speed51.com photo)
3:36
Davis goes to the top of the chart with a 17.778.
3:35
Gus Dean and Michael Lira are currently the only two cars on track. Spencer Davis and Rich Clouser will join them. Davis is making his first laps of the day.
3:34
3:34
Bubba Pollard will be making his first Red Eye 100 start. (Speed51.com photo)
3:32
Nasse just went to P2. So far, he and Good are the only two cars in the 17 second range.
3:31
Top Five…

1. Bobby Good 17.912
2. Stephen Nasse 17.967
3. Matthew Craig 18.063
4. Bubba Pollard 18.114
5. Travis Cope 18.129

3:30
Bobby Good just went 17.912, first car into the 17 second area today, he is the fastest so far.
3:27
20 cars have been out for practice.
3:26
Matthew Craig flies to the top of the chart with an 18.063.
3:25
Travis Cope comes out and quickly goes to P2 on the chart with an 18.129.
3:25
Top five so far…

1. Bubba Pollard 18.114
2. Joe Boyd 18.172
3. Daniel Keene Jr. 18.188
4. Derek Griffith 18.226
5. David Rogers 18.241

3:23
Rich Clouser comes out on the track for the first time along with Gus Dean.
3:21
Only the Super Late Models are on track now, the Pro Late Models will have their own session after this practice.
3:20
3:20
Clay Jones is out in his #101 car.

So far, Pollard has the fast time among the 13 cars out on the track with a 18.139.

3:19
Stephen Nasse, David Green, and David Rogers are also out on track. Daniel Keene Jr. along with Anthony Cataldi also come out for laps.
3:18
Kevyn Terry is driving the #24 car today.
3:18
Gates are secured and the track is open for practice. Anthony Sergi, Bubba Pollard, Anthony Campi, Michael Attwell, Joe Boyd and Joey Coulter are some of the cars in the first group.
3:14
We are just moments away from final practice for the Super Late Models.
3:13
3:13
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3:01
There are 11 Pro Late Models registered so far.
3:00
Brooks also mentioned that the automatic fuel shut off valve will be mandatory for Speedweeks.
2:59
Any intentional stopping on the track is a two-lap penalty.
2:58
This is an impound race for Super Late Models. Brooks reminded teams to keep crews away from the cars after they qualify.
2:57
Ricky Brooks reminded all teams they must go through tech before practice. Lead must be white with car # on it.
2:55
Couple of things so far in the driver meeting…no jumping the restart, the leader always determines when to go in the restart box…no lucky dog in the last ten laps.
2:53
A good solid field of drivers are on hand for tonight\’s Red Eye 100.(Speed51.com photo)
2:52
2:50
Drivers meeting gets underway.(Speed51.com photo)
2:40
Comment From Guest

good luck Anthony-will be listening from Vermont

2:40
Drivers meeting for the Super Late Models is in five minutes.
2:37
Anthony Sergi\’s Pro Late Model pays tribute to Zack Donatti. Donatti\’s number was 9z. (Speed51.comphoto)
2:31
Weather today is great! Partly sunny with temps in the 80’s.
2:29
2:22
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Joey Coulter is here with his own car today. Clay Rogers tested the car last night.
2:19
Yes, he is the next car to go in the tech line.
2:19
Comment From Edward

Is Tim Russell at the track?

2:18
We don’t have an entry list for the Pro Late Models yet, but hope to get it shortly. Also, we will update the Super Late Model list when that is available.
2:17
2:17
Chuck Tuck\’s car goes through the tech line. (Speed51.com photo)
2:16
Couple of notes from practice last night…

William Byron was fast in practice last night, but during his last run of the night, he made hard contact with the wall in turns one and two which caused some right side damage to the car. The team said something broke on the right front to cause the car to go into the wall. Jeff Fultz and his crew looked over the car and felt it was best to pull the entry from the Red Eye 100, take it back to fix and return for the Pete Orr Memorial.

Kevyn Terry also made hard contact with the wall last night, we don’t see his car on the grounds so far today.

2:14
Advance Entry List for the Red Eye 100

00 Anthony Cataldi
2 Joey Coulter
5 Joe Boyd
5 Daniel Keene Jr.
9 Rich Clouser
9 William Byron
11 David Rogers
12 Derek Griffith
17 Chuck Tuck
19 Ray Black Jr.
20 Anthony Sergi
21 David Green
26 Travis Cope
26 Bubba Pollard
27 Bobby Good
36 Tim Russell
51 Michael Atwell
51 Stephen Nasse
54 Matt Craig
56 Gus Dean
57 Michael Lira
59 Jake Perkins
81 Anthony Campi
129 Spencer Davis
2:11
Cars line up for tech. (Speed51.com photo)
2:08
Today’s Schedule…

1:00pm – Tech Inspection
2:45pm – Super Late Model Drivers Meeting
3:00-4:00pm – Super Late Model Practice
4:00-5:15pm – Division Practice
5:00pm – Grandstands Open
5:30pm – Super Late Model Qualifying
6:00pm – Pro Late Model Qualifying
7:10pm – Opening Ceremonies
7:30pm – Racing Begins
Super Stocks – 25 Laps
Pro Late Models Zack Donatti Memorial 50
Super Late Models Red Eye 100
Strictly Stocks 20

2:04
2:04
Today’s Trackside Now coverage of the Red Eye 100 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
2:04
Good afternoon and Happy New Year from New Smyrna Speedway in New Smyrna Beach, Florida for today’s running of the Red Eye 100 for the Super Late Models and the Zack Donatti Memorial 50 for the Pro Late Models.  
2:02
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Trackside Now: Red-Eye 100 at New Smyrna (FL) – 1/3/15