10:10
Goodnight! 
10:10
That wraps up over coverage here from the Red-Eye 100 at New Smyrna thanks for watching and thanks to Ocean Properties for being our presneting sponsor for this event. 
10:07
After that we’ll be back for Smyrna Speedweeks and the 47th Annual World Seires of Asphalt Stock Car Racing just a few weeks after that. 
10:06
We’ll be back in two weeks here in New Smyrna for the Pete Orr 100 in two weeks, the second leg of the Florida Triple Crown. 
9:52
Stephen Nasse starts off 2013 with a win after setting fast time here at New Smyrna Speedway (FL). (Speed51.com Photo)
9:50
Official Results for the Red-Eye 100
1 51 Stephen Nasse
2 58 Michael Lira
3 84 Danny Foster
4 29 Spencer Davis
5 67 Chad Allman
6 20 Anthony Sergi
7 19 Ray Black Jr.
8 22 Dusty Cornealius
9 81 Anthony Campi
10 26 Travis Cope
11 118 Brandon Johnson
12 11 David Rogers
13 77 BJ McLeod
14 33X Derrick Wood
15 07 Jeff Scofield
16 33 Rick Wood
17 13 Bob Greene
18 27 Cody Lane
19 50 Karl Weber
DQ 56 Gus Dean
DQ 9 Rich Clouser
9:44
The Modified winner was Matt Wheeler and the Mini Stock winner is pending. 
9:38
Shannon Kelley wins the Super Stock feature. 
9:24
Comment From Nichole Warren

way to go Stephen! good to see u in victory lane! 

9:23
Michael Lira has finished second. We’ll have the full rundown when we return to the tower. 
9:21
Stephen Nasse is the official winner. 
9:21
Rich Clouser has also been DQ’ed for left-side weight. He had finished third in the final results. 
9:19
The local features are going on right now. 
8:56
We have quickly learned that Gus Dean was over on left-side weight and has been DQ’ed. 
8:53
Comment From Shane Akin

Congrats Stephen Nasse!!!!! Woohoo!! Way to win the RED EYE!!! Thanks for the great coverage Speed 51!!! 

8:52
Tech is now just starting. 
8:36
Stephen Nasse gets the Red-Eye 100 win. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:33
We’ll have more and the full rundown in a few minutes. 
8:33
Stephen Nasse gets the win in the Red-Eye 100 over Gus Dean and a distant Rich Clouser. 
8:32
White Flag. 
8:32
Two laps to go this time by. 
8:32
Five laps to go. 
8:31
Michael Lira is still in fourth. 
8:31
Nasse gets around Spencer Davis and has clear sailing the rest of the way. 
8:30
Nasse and Dean have pulled away from Clouser. 
8:30
10 laps to go in the Red-Eye 100. 
8:29
Lap cars have played nice so far. 
8:29
Nasse might be on his way, but Gus Dean is going to make him honest. 
8:29
Lap 85: Leaders will have some lap traffic to deal with in the final stages. 
8:28
Lap 82: Stephen Nasse might be saving his stuff, but it looks as if Gus Dean is starting to close in just a bit. 
8:27
Rich Clouser has bottomed out in third and Michael Lira rides fourth. 
8:26
Nasse is still out front as Gus Dean is chasing him. 
8:25
25 laps to go. 
8:24
Leaders have stretched it out among the top three. 
8:23
Lap 66: Gus Dean still has a slight advantage on Rich Clouser who has come from the back. 
8:23
Lap 65: Nasse is all by himself out front. 
8:22
Lira is now fourth and we are not sure of lead lap cars behind that. 
8:21
Michael Lira is back to fifth. 
8:21
Lap 61: Rich Clouser is up to third. 
8:21
Stephen Nasse powers by on the outside. 
8:21
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
8:20
One lap to green. 
8:20
Top Five: Nasse leads Gus Dean, Michael Lira, Rich Clouser and Danny Foster. 
8:19
NASCAR Car Owner Jack Roush “The Cat in the Hat” has joined us in the tower with Robert Hart, the track Owner who is also big on hats. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:18
Anthony Campi is out with radiator hose problems. 
8:15
On the restart Dusty Cornelius gets turned up into the wall. We are under YELLOW again. 
8:14
Anthony Campi pitted under the yellow. 
8:14
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
8:11
YELLOW FLAG: LAP 60 : Danny Foster spins in turn one. 
8:10
Rich Clouser now works his way around Davis for seventh. 
8:09
Lap 55: Stephen Nasse is out front looking to grab his second Red-Eye 100 win. 
8:08
Danny Foster rides sixth with Spencer Davis in seventh. 
8:08
Michael Lira is fifth in his first-ever Super Late Model start. 
8:07
Lap 48: Nasse checks out a bit on Dean, Campi and Dusty Cornelius. 
8:07
Rich Clouser is at the back and should be able to come back through the field. 
8:06
Lap 46: Nasse pulls away as Gus Dean and Anthony Campi battle for second. 
8:06
Lap 46: GREEN FLAG: We are racing. 
8:05
Getting set for the restart. 
8:05
Stephen Nasse is the leader. 
8:04
Travis Cope was the leader before getting turned. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:04
Clouser and Spencer Davis pit. 
8:04
Rich Clouser is being put to the rear. 
8:01
YELLOW FLAG: As Cope gets the lead he gets turned around or loses it out of four and pounds the inside wall. 
8:00
Cope leads at lap 46, but they are still door-to-door. 
8:00
Lap 44: With a power move off turn two Travis Cope pulls along side Clouser. 
7:59
The front three are all together on the track. 
7:59
Lap 42: Cope is looking for the lead. 
7:58
Lap 40: Dusty Cornelius is all over Anthony Campi for fifth. 
7:58
Lap 37: Clouser is under fire for the top spot as Cope closes in. Stephen Nasse is also closing in as well. 
7:57
Anthony Sergi goes down a lap. 
7:56
Lap 33: Travis Cope is closing back in on Rich Clouser for the lead. 
7:55
Lap 30: Dean has a ways to go to catch the top three. 
7:55
Lap 29: Gus Dean has gotten around Anthony Campi for the fourth spot. 
7:54
Not sure they were looking at the rear end earlier today. 
7:54
Comment From Bobby 

What happened to Brandon Johnson 

7:53
Only 12 cars are left on the track. 
7:53
Nasse rides in third as we approach the quarter mark. 
7:53
Lap 20: Clouser steps out on second-place Travis Cope for a second, or Cope could be playing games with him. 
7:52
Anthony Sergi gone back a bit as it looks as if he has gotten the wall with the right side. 
7:51
Lap 15: Spencer Davis is now sixth with Dusty Cornelius in seventh, Ray Black Jr, Michael Lira and Danny Foster are the top 10. 
7:50
Anthony Campi and Gus Dean round out the top five. 
7:50
Comment From Lori 

I Hate that for David Rogers! A great man! 

7:49
Brandon Johnson has come to the pits. 
7:49
Nasse is third. 
7:49
Lap 10: Travis Cope used that to his advantage and shoots into second. 
7:49
On the restart Brandon Johnson goes backwards after getting out of shape. 
7:48
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing. 
7:48
Top Five: Rich Clouser, Brandon Johnson, Stephen Nasse, Travis Cope and Anthony Campi. 
7:47
Engines have fired and cars are rolling again. 
7:45
The track is reporting that it was an oil line or a fuel line. 
7:44
David Rogers’ car on fire as he gets out down in turn one. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:42
Rogers is out of the car and is ok, but the car was burning up pretty good. 
7:42
RED FLAG: David Rogers’ car goes up in smoke and he pulls off in turn one with fire shooting out the side. 
7:41
Lap 7: Trouble for BJ McLeod – He goes up the banking and loses power. He pulls off. 
7:40
From the high lane Rich Clouser gets the jump and leads. 
7:39
GREEN FLAG: LAP 5: We are racing again. 
7:39
Getting set for a restart. 
7:39
Anthony Sergi is up to ninth from 13th. 
7:37
Both Derrick Wood and Rick Wood have also pulled off. 
7:36
Jeff Scofield pits and is out of the race. There is some smoke coming from the hood. 
7:36
Danny Foster pits again in the Wayne Anderson ride. 
7:35
Top Five: Rich Clouser leads David Rogers, Brandon Johnson, Travis Cope and BJ McLeod. 
7:34
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 5: Dusty Cornelius spins in turn two. 
7:34
Stephen Nasse is stuck back in sixth. 
7:33
Lap 2: David Rogers is second as Brandon Johnson comes up to third. 
7:33
Lap 1: Rich Clouser leads the first lap. 
7:32
Danny Foster had to pit before the green and is at the tail. 
7:32
GREEN FLAG: We are racing here at New Smyrna Speedway. 
7:31
One to go at the line. 
7:30
20 cars on the parade laps. 
7:29
We will have five laps to warm the cars and tires up. 
7:29
Pace laps are underway. 
7:28
Engines have fired and the 2013 season is underway. 
7:27
Drivers are strapping in for the start of the 2013 season. We of course want to thank JEGS and Ocean Properties for allowing us to be here tonight. 
7:23
Driver intros are wraping up now.  
7:19
Red-Eye 100 Starting Lineup
1 77 BJ McLeod
2 9 Rich Clouser
3 26 Travis Cope
4 11 David Rogers
5 51 Stephen Nasse
6 118 Brandon Johnson
7 29 Spencer Davis
8 56 Gus Dean
9 22 Dusty Cornealius
10 81 Anthony Campi
11 84 Danny Foster
12 58 Michael Lira
13 20 Anthony Sergi
14 19 Ray Black Jr.
15 07 Jeff Scofield
16 67 Chad Allman
17 50 Karl Weber
18 13 Bob Greene
19 33 Rick Wood
20 33X Derrick Wood
21 27 Cody Lane
7:17
Super Late Models are up first. 
7:17
15 minutes to racing. 
7:16
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thanks Speed51.com;this is gonna be a great show tonight! 

7:16
Pre-race activities are underway. 
7:13
Anthony Sergi is set for a full season of Super Model Late Model racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:08
Drivers get ready to race. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:58
The field is set. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:53
Another car having issues prior to race time in Dawsonville, Georgia’s Spencer Davis. We understand there was a distributor issue with the #29 car but the crew has stated that they have fixed the problem and they have brought the car to the front stretch for tonight’s pre-race festivities. 
6:51
We have just learned that the #50 of Karl Webber will not be running tonight’s feature. There is an engine problem with the car and the crew is still working to diagnose the issue. Word from the pit area is that they have turned in their transponder and will not run tonight’s 100 lapper. 
6:48
Fans are heading to the track for the Autograph session. 
6:46
Don’t forget Smyrna Speedweeks are just a month away as we look to add names to the historical record books. Divisions and eventslike the NASCAR Tour Type Modifieds, Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, Pro Trucks, Florida / IMCA Type Modifieds to the first ever visit for the USAC Midgets will fill the racing card. Racing starts on Friday, February 15th to the 23rd as drivers prep for the big end of the week events like the Super Late Model 100 and the 28th Annual Richie Evans Memorial 100 and the John Blewett Memorial III 76. Visit www.NewSmyrnaSpeedway.org for more information. 
6:46
Comment From Guest 

The field is in trouble when Rodgers qualifies that good. 

6:37
Super Late Model Red-Eye 100 – Starting Lineup
1 77 BJ McLeod
2 9 Rich Clouser
3 26 Travis Cope
4 11 David Rogers
5 51 Stephen Nasse
6 118 Brandon Johnson
7 29 Spencer Davis
8 56 Gus Dean
9 22 Dusty Cornealius
10 81 Anthony Campi
11 84 Danny Foster
12 58 Michael Lira
13 20 Anthony Sergi
14 19 Ray Black Jr.
15 07 Jeff Scofield
16 67 Chad Allman
17 50 Karl Weber
18 13 Bob Greene
19 33 Rick Wood
20 33X Derrick Wood 21 27 Cody Lane
6:31
There was a pill draw for the starting lineup. It was a five and BJ McLeod will be on the pole. 
6:26
Interesting note: Stephen Nasse was the second-fastest in time trials the year he won the Red-Eye 100 in 2011.  The pole was won by David Rogers.  The two are quickest again here tonight. 
6:21
Qualifying Results – Super Late Models
1 51 Stephen Nasse 17.483
2 11 David Rogers 17.573
3 26 Travis Cope 17.579
4 9 Rich Clouser 17.606
5 77 BJ McLeod 17.651
6 118 Brandon Johnson 17.681
7 29 Spencer Davis 17.799
8 56 Gus Dean 17.823
9 22 Dusty Cornealius 17.825
10 81 Anthony Campi 17.829
11 84 Danny Foster 17.919
12 58 Michael Lira 17.937
13 20 Anthony Sergi 17.950
14 19 Ray Black Jr. 17.962
15 07 Jeff Scofield 18.056
16 67 Chad Allman 18.458
17 50 Karl Weber 18.666
18 13 Bob Greene 20.357
19 27 Cody Lane No time
20 33 Derrick Wood No time
6:18
That concludes time trials. Stephen Nasse sets fast time over David Rogers and Travis Cope. 
6:17
50 – Karl Weber
Lap 1: 18.693
Lap 2: 18.666
Best: 18.666 
6:16
67 – Chad Allman
Lap 1: 19.623
Lap 2: 18.458
Best: 18.458 
6:16
11 – David Rogers
Lap 1: 17.789
Lap 2: 17.573
Best: 17.573 
6:15
81 – Anthony Campi
Lap 1: 18.089
Lap 2: 17.829
Best: 17.829 
6:14
9 – Rich Clouser
Lap 1: 18.031
Lap 2: 17.606
Best: 17.606 
6:13
118 – Brandon Johnson
Lap 1: 18.023
Lap 2: 17.681
Best: 17.681 
6:12
22 – Dusty Cornealius
Lap 1: 18.188
Lap 2: 17.825
Best: 17.825 
6:12
58 – Michael Lira
Lap 1: 18.465
Lap 2: 17.937
Best: 17.937 
6:10
84 – Danny Foster
Lap 1: 18.523
Lap 2: 17.919
Best: 17.919 
6:09
56 – Gus Dean
Lap 1: 18.199
Lap 2: 17.823
Best: 17.823 
6:08
07 – Jeff Scofield
Lap 1: 18.223
Lap 2: 18.056
Best: 18.056 
6:07
13 – Bob Greene
Lap 1: 20.919
Lap 2: 20.357
Best: 20.357 
6:07
77 – BJ McLeod
Lap 1: 17.805
Lap 2: 17.651
Best: 17.651 
6:06
29 – Spencer Davis
Lap 1: 18.027
Lap 2: 17.799
Best: 17.799 
6:05
51 – Stephen Nasse
Lap 1: 17.761
Lap 2: 17.483
Best: 17.483 – FAST TIME 
6:04
19 – Ray Black Jr.
Lap 1: 18.184
Lap 2: 17.962
Best: 17.962 
6:03
20 – Anthony Sergi
Lap 1: 18.383
Lap 2: 17.950
Best: 17.950 
6:02
26 Travis Cope
Lap 1: 17.764
Lap 2: 17.579
Best: 17.579 
6:01
We are set for Red-Eye 100 Qualifying. 
5:55
We are a few minutes from time trials. 
5:55
Comment From Duke – 51 

Following along as I travel home from the CARS Trade Show in Hickory, NC. A lot of folks who stopped by the Speed51 booth we’re curious as to what was going on there at New Smyrna. Guys like Bubba Pollard, Teddy Musgrave and a bunch of fans were quick to stop by our booth to check on the Red-Eye. Have fun down there and good luck to all the racers. 

5:54
Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Sergi! 

5:54
Comment From Jimmie 

Great Job Speed51 and wishing we we’re there from scoring crew at Five Flag Speedway 

5:53
All cars are now on the grid. 
5:39
Some final adjustments for Spencer Davis before time trials. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:30
Cars are going through tech now. 
5:21
Comment From renopower 

good luck to Anthony Campi in his #81 car, from his supporters & fans in Sarasota. 

5:12
Comment From Thunder Bay 

Thanks for the always Great Coverage Speed 51! Good Luck to Stephen Nasse tonight!!! bring the Red Eye trophy home to Pinellas Park!!! 

5:02
Comment From Montgtomery Motorhead 

I will be pulling for David Rogers tonight……Thanks Speed51 for your great coverage of short track racing. Looking forward to you guys coming to Montgomery Speedway this year and having some of our SLM shows on your trackside now. Good luck to all of you guys and ladies that are racing at New Smyrna Speedway tonight. I hope it is warmer down there than it is here in Montgomery……BURRRRR. 

4:58
Comment From Shane 

Awesome Job Nasse!!!! Do the same in the race tonight! Go 51 Nasse!!!! 

4:58
Super Late Models will have Qualifying at 6pm. 
4:57
As you can see our entry list has grown to 20 cars. 
4:57
Practice Four Times – Super Late Models
1 51 Stephen Nasse 17.526
2 81 Anthony Campi 17.739
3 26 Travis Cope 17.871
4 118 Brandon Johnson 17.914
5 56 Gus Dean  18.014
6 9 Rich Clouser 18.023
7 29 Spencer Davis 18.028
8 77 BJ McLeod 18.029
9 20 Anthony Sergi 18.062
10 19 Ray Black Jr.  18.080
11 58 Michael Lira 18.219
12 50 Karl Webber 18.504
13 11 David Rogers no time
14 22 Dusty Cornealius no time
15 07 Jeff Scofield no time
16 84 Danny Foster no time
17 67 Chad Allman no time
18 27 Cody Lane no time
19 13 Bob Greene no time
20 33 Derrick Wood no time 
4:53
The final list of times are complete for the Super Late Models and Stephen Nasse has set the fast time for practice today with a 17.526. 
4:48
This round of practice has been extended a bit more to make up for earleir. 
4:43
Dusty Cornealius spun earlier in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:37
The Late Models are back out for practice again. 
4:36
Practice Three Times – Super Late Models
1 11 David Rogers 17.68
2 81 Anthony Campi 17.754
3 51 Stephen Nasse 17.833
4 22 Dusty Cornealius 17.847
5 26 Travis Cope 17.850
6 77 BJ McLeod 17.911
7 9 Rich Clouser 17.933
8 29 Spencer Davis 17.975
9 56 Gus Dean 17.980
10 20 Anthony Sergi 17.992
11 07 Jeff Scofield 18.047
12 19 Ray Black Jr. 18.110
13 84 Danny Foster 18.119
14 58 Michael Lira 18.147
15 50 Karl Webber 18.519
16 67 Chad Allman 18.596
17 118 Brandon Johnson no time
18 27 Cody Lane no time
19 13 Bob Greene no time
20 33 Derrick Wood no time
4:33
Quick report from the last practice finds that David Rogers was on top of the charts with a 17.680. 
4:26
The track is busy with action as just about all the cars have been out for practice. 
4:25
It’s a family tradition to have Bugs Bunny on a Cope ride and Travis is one-for-one with this sticker. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:23
Travis Cope is also working in the 26 machine. 
4:23
Jeff Scofield is also getting some well needed laps after not running many early on. 
4:22
Anthony Sergi is on the track for only the second time today. 
4:22
Late Models are back on the track in the rotation of local practice. 
4:05
The local divisions are now taking practice. 
4:03
The track is back to action. Jeff Scofield is making laps for the first time today. 
4:01
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3:54
Our records show that David Rogers won this race back in 2001. He’d like to do it again tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:51
The track is still quiet as we attend to a small surface issue in turn one.  We are not sure how this will affect the schedule for the rest of practice. 
3:46
Anthony Campi led both rounds of practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:41
Practice Two Times – Super Late Models
1 81 Anthony Campi 17.674
2 11 David Rogers 17.777
3 9 Rich Clouser 17.962
4 118 Brandon Johnson 17.963
5 51 Stephen Nasse 17.972
6 22 Dusty Cornealius 18.022
7 26 Travis Cope 18.066
8 84 Danny Foster 18.138
9 19 Ray Black Jr.  18.165
10 56 Gus Dean  18.166
11 77 BJ McLeod 18.191
12 58 Michael Lira 18.336
13 67 Chad Allman 18.580
3:38
Practice One Times – Super Late Models
1 81 Anthony Campi 17.813
2 118 Brandon Johnson 17.847
3 29 Spencer Davis 17.866
4 22 Dusty Cornealius 17.941
5 9 Rich Clouser 17.982
6 26 Travis Cope 18.010
7 20 Anthony Sergi 18.135
8 51 Stephen Nasse 18.163
9 11 David Rogers 18.204
10 56 Gus Dean 18.325
11 58 Michael Lira 18.632
12 19 Ray Black Jr. 18.715
13 77 BJ McLeod 18.745
14 50 Karl Webber 18.749
15 84 Danny Foster 18.798
16 67 Chad Allman 18.884
17 07 Jeff Scofield 30.365
18 27 Cody Lane No Time
3:34
We have the times for the first two sessions. Anthony Campi led the first and the second. Full list coming in a few minutes. 
3:31
We are now close to 20 cars for the Super field. 
3:24
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3:22
We can add two more cars the unmarked number 13 and the 27 of Cody Lane. 
3:21
We’ll have some Super Late Model times as they become available. 
3:13
We have a slight delay in practice as track officials check the racing surface. 
3:09
The features starts at 7:30pm and the Red-Eye 100 is first. 
3:08
Comment From Butch Knouse

This might be a silly question, but what time does the RACE start? 

2:59
Other then the one spin the practice has been very clean. 
2:50
Back underway. 
2:50
Quick stoppage to clear the gate. 
2:49
Dusty Cornelius goes for a spin off turn two. He got back going after causing the caution. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:40
Former Speedweeks Champion BJ McLeod is in the 77. They broke the track record at Punta Gorda two weeks back in this ride. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:37
His car is, but he’s not driving the 84. 
2:37
Comment From TOMCAT

is andson there ? 

2:37
Comment From Lenny

Good luck to #51 Nasse,Go Get Em Bro 

2:35
You can add the 19 of Ray Black Jr. to our Late Model roster. 
2:31
Cars are on the Speedway. 
2:29
Brad Rogers talks with AJ Frank as they prep for Gus Dean’s efforts. Both current drivers helping a younger one. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:22
We spoke to the Russell team this morning and they are saving their stuff for the Pete Orr and Speedweeks. 
2:22
Comment From Edward 

Is Tim Russell there? 

2:22
We are heading trackside for the first round of practice. 
2:16
Cars that we can account for: Other trailers have come in and we’re still checking.
51 Stephen Nasse
26 Travis Cope
20 Anthony Sergi
77 BJ McLeod
81 Anthony Campi
50 Karl Walker
56 Gus Dean
129 Spencer Davis
07 Jeff Scofield
11 David Rogers
22 Dusty Cornealus
118 Brandon Johnson
58 Michael Lira
67 Chad Allman
84 Danny Foster
9 Rich Clouser
2:15
Before we get a new Triple Crown Champion we’ll be at SpeedFest 2013 in Georgia.

Last January, Watermelon Capital Speedway hosted one of the most memorable short track doubleheaders in recent memory. SpeedFest 2012 was a huge success between the ARCA/CRA Super Series and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and fans ready for SpeedFest 2013.

The 2013 edition of SpeedFest will continue a long tradition of the event that has stood the test of time. SpeedFest 2013 will be held January 26th and 27th.

For more details on SpeedFest 2013, stay tuned to www.craracing.netandwww.watermeloncapitalspeedway.com.

2:13
Remember this is the first of three Super Late Model races that will make up the triple crown here at New Smyrna. We’ll be back here for round two on January 19th in the Pete Orr Memorial and then the final night of Smyrna Speedweeks will see us tackle the final 100 lap event to decide the champion. 
2:11
Cars are still rolling in so we are holding off on an entry list just yet. 
2:09
Most of the field had already passed through tech. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:03
Spencer Davis is ready to go in his Grand American Race Car number 29. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:58
Schedule for the 27th Annual Red-Eye 100

12pm – Pit Gates Open
1pm – Super Late Model Driver’s Meeting
1:30pm – Tech / Registration Opens
2:30pm – Super Late Model -Practice
3:30pm – 5pm – Open Practice
5:30pm – Super Late Model Registration Closed
6:00pm – Super Late Model – Qualifying
6:30pm – Support Division Driver’s Meeting
6:45pm – Autograph Session
7:15pm – Opening Ceremonies
7:30pm – Feature Racing Begins
Red-Eye 100 – 100 Laps
Open Wheel Modifieds 25 Laps
Mini-Stocks 25 Laps
Super Stocks 25 Laps
Strictly Stocks 20 Laps

1:55
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1:50
The weather is perfect with light winds and sunny skies and the temps in the upper 60’s.  If you are in the area come on out to the track to watch the race. 
1:50
Practice gets underway at 2:30pm here at New Smyrna. 
1:48
Good afternoon and welcome to the 2013 season! Today we kick off the year with our first Trackside Now of the season here at the 27th Annual Red-Eye 100.  This is the first Super Late Model race of the season and the first for the return of the Triple Crown here at New Smyrna Speedway (FL). 
1:46
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Trackside Now: Red-Eye 100 – New Smyrna Speedway – 1/5/13