10:48
Thank you for joining us this will end our coverage from Madison International Speedway. Have a great night!
10:47
Feiler pulls back to his pit stall and has passed post race inspection.
10:41
The next Triple Crown race will be Friday, July 11th.
10:38
Comment From postaldave

thanks for the coverage!

10:35
Thank you again for joining us!  We are headed to tech and will let you know if there are any issues before we close out the show.
10:34
Triple Crown Challenge 100 – Unofficial Results
Madison International Speedway

1 93 Dave Feiler
2 5 Casey Johnson
3 52 Chris Wimmer
4 2 Michael Bilderback
5 28 Bobby Wilberg
6 14 Austin Nason
7 63 Gary LaMonte
8 98 Rob Braun
9 25 Jeff Storm
10 2 Chuck Garetson
11 61 Steve Rubeck
12 19 Johnny Baumeister Jr.
13 17 Brian Johnson Jr
14 87 Jamie Wallace
15 25 Russ Blakely
16 24 Jim Olson
17 5 Jeremy Miller
18 11 Bobby Kendall
10:30
A huge thank you to everyone who joined us on Speed51 tonight!
10:29
We will get a full rundown and then head to tech.
10:29
Dave Feiler and his wife in Victory Lane. (Speed51.com photo)
10:28
Chris Wimmer finishes third. (Speed51.com photo)
10:27
Casey Johnson finishes second. (Speed51.com photo)
10:27
Dave Feiler is out of his car in Victory Lane. (Speed51.com photo)
10:24
We are headed to Victory Lane and will have a full rundown shortly.
10:24
CHECKERED: Feiler wins leg one for the Triple Crown Challenge, Johnson second, Wimmer third, Bilderback fourth and Wilberg fifth.
10:23
WHITE FLAG: Feiler leads Johnson by eight car lengths.
10:23
2 to go for Feiler
10:23
3 to go: Feiler catches lap traffic as Johnson closes in.
10:22
4 to go: Johnson now within seven car lengths
10:22
5 to go: Johnson appears to be closing in on Feiler, but he might not have time to close the gap.
10:22
6 to go: LaMonte looks inside Storm again for seventh.
10:21
7 to go for Feiler.
10:21
9 to go: LaMonte looks to the outside of Storm for seventh, but Brau looks inside LaMonte at the same time.
10:21
10 to go: Feiler leads Johnson by at least fifteen car lengths.
10:20
10 laps to go for Dave Feiler.
10:20
Lap 88: Storm settled into seventh with LaMOnte eights and Baurn ninth.
10:20
Lap 87: Feiler with a healthy lead over Johnson, who has a healthy lead over Wimmer.
10:19
Lap 84: Storm, Rubeck, LaMonte and Brau battle for spots 7-10.
10:19
Lap 84: Feiler with a ten car length lead over Johnson.
10:18
Lap 83: Johnson inside WImmer for second and takes it.
10:18
Lap 82: Johnson all over Wimmer fr second.
10:18
Lap 80: Johnson closes in on Wimmer for second.
10:17
Lap 78: Feiler with a three car length lead over Wimmer.
10:17
Lap 77: Wilberg sizes up Bilderback for fourth.
10:17
Lap 77: Johnson around Bilderback and into third.
10:16
Lap 76: Wimmer looks inside of Feiler for the lead, but Feiler slams the door.
10:16
Lap 76: Feiler to the lead.
10:16
GREEN FLAG: Feiler and WImmer side by side for the lead.
10:15
Feiler goes inside and Wimmer outside – that is your front row.
10:15
The cone comes out for the drivers this time by.
10:15
There are currently 11 cars on the lead lap.
10:13
Comment From postaldave

great job by Rob Braun to get up to 8th…very limited crew and started out back.

10:13
Cars are rolling on the track.
10:13
All eyes at MIS are on leader Dave Feiler and second place, Chris Wimmer, who started last and drove up to second in the first 75 laps.
10:12
This is shaping up to be a great final 25-laps!
10:12
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10:11
There will be 25 laps left in the Triple Crown Challenge 100 when we go back green.
10:11
One minute remains. Driver begin to fir their engines.
10:08
Four minutes remain in the break as drivers begin to climb back in their cars.
10:08
Comment From Darin

Great coverage for everyone who couldn’t make it

10:07
Casey Johnson won the Triple Crown Challenge last year. He sits 4th at the break. (Speed51.com photo)
10:06
Bobby Wilberg gained some spots before the break. (Speed51.com photo)
10:05
Bilderback’s crew also making minor changes. (Speed51.com photo)
10:04
Comment From Darin

Nice run so far for Wimmer

10:04
Chris Wimmer drove from the back to second. He says he’s making minor changes at the break. (Speed51.com photo)
10:04
Leader Dave Feiler’s crew tends to his #93. (Speed51.com photo)
10:01
Cars are stopped on the front stretch. (Speed51.com photo)
10:00
There will be 25 laps to go after the break.
9:59
Driver will pull to a stop on the front stretch. They will have ten minutes to make changes, but cannot change tires.
9:59
CAUTION: The yellow comes out to signal the break.
9:58
Lap 73: WIlberg and LaMonte side by side. Wilberg into seventh.
9:58
Lap 72: Wilberg inside LaMonte for seventh.
9:57
We are closing on the break. We hear it will come at lap 75.
9:57
Lap 70: Storm, LaMonte and Wilberg are all nose to tail for sports 6-8.
9:57
Lap 69: LaMonte holds off WIlberg, but Wilberg looks inside again into one.
9:56
Lap 68: Wilberg looks inside LaMonte for 7th spot.
9:56
Lao 66: LaMonte pressure Storm for sixth spot and Bobby Wilberg is right there too.
9:56
Lap 65: The top three seem to be the class of the field as Feiler is nearly half a track in front of Johnson, who is 4th.
9:55
Lap 63: Feiler, Wimmer, Bilderback, Johnson as we wait for the caution to signal the ten minute break.
9:54
9:54
We are nearing the window for the break. The break will come any time in the next 15 laps.
9:53
Lap 58: All cars are single file on the track. Feiler leads Wimmer by ten car lengths and Wimmer leads Bilderback by at least 15.
9:53
Lap 57: WImmer has cut into Feiler’s lead, but they may just ride it out here until the break.
9:53
No change at the front as Feiler leads Wimmer, Bilderback and Johnson.
9:52
Lap 55: Storm still all over Rubeck and now LaMonte closes in on them.
9:52
Lap 53: Storm closes in on Rubeck for fifth.
9:51
There will be a break somewhere between lap 60 and 75. It will be a 10 minute break and drivers will be able to make adjustments to their cars.
9:51
Lap 50: Wimmer appears to be reeling in Feiler.
9:51
Lap 50 – we are half way
9:51
Lap 49: Feiler leads Wimmer by nearly ten car lengths.
9:50
Lap 48: Feiler leads Wimmer, Bilderback, Johnson, Rubeck, Storm and LaMonte.
9:50
Lap 47: Wimmer and Bilderback side by side. Wimmer into second.
9:50
Lap 46: Wimmer inside Bilderback for second.
9:49
Lap 45: Wimmer still all over Bilderback for second.
9:49
Lap 44: Wimmer looks for a way around Bilderback, looks inside.
9:49
Lap 43: Bilderback, Wimmer and Johnson are nose to tail.
9:48
Lap 42: Feiler with a seven car length lead.
9:48
Lap 42: Wimmer closes in on Bilderback for second.
9:48
Lap 41: The cars are single file around the track.
9:48
Lap 41: Miller outside of Johnson and into third.
9:48
GREEN FLAG: Feiler holds off Bilderback and takes the lead.
9:47
Feiler goes low, Bilderback goes high, that is your front ron.
9:47
The driver on the high side has taken the lead every restart so far tonight.
9:47
The cone comes out for the drivers.
9:46
Baumeister’s car goes off on the flat bed and there is heavy damage to the left rear of his machine.
9:46
Feiler was your fast qualifier, he paces the field.
9:45
The clean-up continues in turn three.
9:43
Baumeister is ok, just a little shaken.
9:43
The flat bed comes out for Baumeister’s car. He took a heavy hit in turn three.
9:43
Safety crews continue to tend to the Baumeister machine.
9:42
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9:41
Baumeister says he is ok and crews tend to the #19 of Baumeister.
9:41
Full Field Rundown – Lap 40
Dave Feiler
Michael Bilderback
Casey Johnson
Chris Wimmer
Jeff Storm
Steve Rubeck
Gary LaMonte
Austin Nason
Bobby Wilberg
Rob Braun
Chuck Garetson
Brian Johnson Jr.
Jamie Wallace
Johnny Baumeister Jr.
Russ Blakely
Jim Olson
Bobby Kendall
9:39
Baumeister hit hard in turn three.
9:39
CAUTION: Baumeister Jr into the turn three wall.
9:39
Lap 39: Rubeck gets a run on Storm, but Storm hold on to fifth for now.
9:38
Lap 38: Rubeck pressure Storm for fifth, he’s all over his bumper.
9:38
Lap 38: Wimmer closes in on Johnson for third.
9:38
Lap 37: Feiler with a large lead over the rest of the field.
9:38
Top Five
Feiler
Bilderback
Johnson
Wimmer
Storm
9:37
Lap 35: Wimmer inside Storm for fourth and takes it.
9:37
Lap 34: Bilderback inside Johnson and into second.
9:37
Lap 33: Wimmer looks inside Storm again.
9:37
Lap 33: Bilderback still pressuring Bilderback.
9:36
Lap 32: Wimmer looks inside of Storm for fourth.
9:36
Lap 31: Wimmer closes in on Storm for 4th.
9:36
Lap 30: Wimmer into 5th.
9:36
Lap 30: Bilderback closes in on Johnson for second.
9:35
Lap 29: Wimmer closes in on Rubeck for fifth. Looks inside.
9:35
Lap 28: Contact between Bilderback and Storm, Bilderback looks inside and takes the spot off of turn two.
9:35
Lap 27: Bilderback pressure Storm for third. BUt can’t find a way around him.
9:35
Lap 26: Rubeck into fifth. Now Wimmer inside LaMonte and into 6th.
9:34
Lap 24: Wimmer by Nason and into 7th.
9:34
Lap 24: Feiler with a five car length lead.
9:34
Lap 23: Feiler leads Johnson, Storm, Bilderback and Lamonte.
9:33
Lap 22: Blakely off the pace. He pulls into the pits.
9:33
Lap 22: Wimmer into 8th after starting dead last.
9:33
Lap 21: Bilderback all over Storm for third.
9:33
Lap 20: Feiler gets to the lead and stretches it right away.
9:32
Lap 19: Feiler looks inside Johnson for the lead and takes it.
9:32
Lap 19: Feiler all over Johnson for the lead.
9:32
Lap 18: Feiler and Storm side by side for second. Feiler takes the spot.
9:32
Lap 17: Feiler inside Storm for second, they are side by side.
9:32
Lap 16: Bilderback inside LaMonte and into fourth.
9:31
Lap 15: Storm pressures Johnson. Feiler back into third.
9:31
Lap 13: Rubeck around Feiler and into third., but Feiler fights back on the inside
9:31
Lap 13: Storm looks inside Johnson for the lead.
9:30
GREEN FLAG: Johnson get a run on the high side and take the lead.
9:30
Comment From postaldave

hard to root for just one, tuning in from Milwaukee.

9:30
Comment From nsb fl.

show them how it is done Chris Wimmer.

9:30
Johnson to the inside, they are your front row once again.
9:29
Storm chooses the inside after taking the lead on the high side last restart.
9:29
The cone goes out for the drivers.
9:29
9:28
Miller’s car is on the hook and leaving the track
9:28
Wimmer started 18th and is up to 13th 12 laps in.
9:28
Top 10 – Lap 12
Storm
Johnson
Feiler
LaMonte
Bilderback
Rubeck
Nason
Wilberg
Blakely
9:27
The tow truck attends to Miller. It almost looked like something broke int he right front of the car.
9:27
Miller is stopped in turn four. He looked like he had a strong car early.
9:26
CAUTION
9:26
Lap 13: Miller up the hill and into the wall in turn 4
9:26
Lap 12: Storm to the lead.
9:26
Lap 12: Storm with the advantage out of four.
9:26
Lap 11: Johnson and Storm still side by side. Johnson on the inside and Storm on the outside. Miller in third.
9:25
GREEN FLAG: Johnson and Storm side by side for the lead.
9:25
Johnson chooses the inside and Storm the outside, they will be your front row on the restart.
9:24
The cone will come out and drivers can choose high or low.
9:23
We are just ten laps into the Triple Crown Challenge.
9:23
Kendall pulls into the pits.
9:23
Comment From Dawn

Let’s Go Wallace!!!! Lake Geneva

9:23
Comment From sandy Coon

Sandy Coon from Nekoosa,WI Good Luck to Chris Wimmer!

9:23
It is a half mile track.
9:23
Comment From nsb fl.

did you mention how big the track is.

9:23
Top Five
Johnson
Storm
Feiler
LamOnte
Bilderback
9:23
CAUTION: Kendall is slow on the backstretch. He is still under power.
9:22
Lap 10: The leader Kendall is off the pace and on the inside.
9:22
Lap 9: Kendall with a five car length lead over Kendall.
9:22
Lap 8: Sports 2 – 7 are nose to tail around MIS.
9:21
Lap 7: Storm all over Johnson for second and he has a mirror full of Miller.
9:21
Lap 6: Storm closes the gap on Johnson for second.
9:21
Lap 6: Miller inside LaMonte and into fourth.
9:21
Lap 5: Kendall makes his move and goes to the lead.
9:21
Lap 4: Kendall and Johnson side by side for the lead.
9:20
Lap 4: Kendall into second and he closes on Johnson at the front.
9:20
Lap 4: Johnson holds on. Now Kendall on the outside of Storm for second.
9:20
Lap 3: Storm looks inside Johnson for the lead.
9:20
Lap 3: The top ten are single file.
9:19
Lap 2: Johnson to the lead.
9:19
Lap 2: Johnson with the advantage at the line.
9:19
GREEN FLAG: Johnson and Storm side by side for the lead.
9:19
Comment From nsb fl.

only know one driver chris wimmer.

9:19
Driver get the one to go at the line.
9:18
Fans are up out of their seats and waving to the drivers.
9:18
Comment From Nancy

In Minneapolis cheering for Chris Wimmer!

9:17
Comment From Darin

From Wausau go wimmer

9:17
Comment From goob21

Janesville wisc. at work! Casey Johnson

9:16
Thanks to everyone who is tuned it! Tell us where you are from and who you are cheering for!
9:16
Drivers fire their engines on the frontstretch.
9:15
Comment From Brit and Bray

Good Luck Miller #5

9:11
Drivers are getting strapped in.
9:09
Jeff Storm and Casey Johnson make up your front row. (Speed51.com photo)
9:09
Fast qualifier Dave Feiler will roll off 7th. (Speed51.com photo)
9:07
Comment From Nancy

Go Chris Wimmer!

9:06
Comment From postaldave

Stormy and LaMonte NEED some luck tonight, Feilers been amazingly quick to start the year in his new chassis at Madison, good luck to ALL!!

9:06
Driver intros begin on track.
9:02
Super Late models role onto the track.
9:02
Triple Crown Challenge 100
Feature Lineup
Jeff Storm
Casey Johnson
Michael Bilderback
Gary LaMonte
Jeremy Miller
Bobby Kendall
Dave Feiler
Bobby Wilberg
Steve Rubeck
Russ Blakely
Jim Olson
Austin Nason
Johnny Baumeister Jr.
Chuck Garetson
Brian Johnson Jr.
Rob Braun
Chris Wimmer
Jamie Wallace
9:01
The 100-lap Triple Crown Challenge is next!
8:56
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8:55
We are halfway through the Sportsman feature. The Super Late Models are staging in the pits.
8:55
Comment From goob21

good luck casey! Go #5

8:46
Comment From Chris

Good luck to the original “Duece Nicole” Jeff Storm

8:46
The Super Late Models will have a 100-lap feature. There will be a break between lap 60 and 75. The cars will stop on the frontstretch and drivers and crews will be able to make adjustments to their cars before the final laps.
8:45
The Sportsman drivers are currently having their out of car introductions before their feature event.
8:42
8:41
Sportsmen cars are pulling on tract for their introductions.
8:41
The invert was an 8. Bobby Wilberg would have been on the pole, but because he won last week and this is also a Madison point night, he will start behind the fast qualifier.
8:40
Triple Crown Challenge 100
Feature Lineup
Jeff Storm
Casey Johnson
MIchael Bilderback
Gary LaMonte
Jeremy Miller
Bobby Kendall
Dave Feiler
Bobby Wilberg
Steve Rubeck
Russ Blakely
Jim Olson
Austin Nason
Johnny Baumeister Jr.
Chuck Garetson
Brian Johnson Jr.
Rob Braun
Chris Wimmer
Jamie Wallace
8:32
The bandit feature is about to start.
8:30
Casey Johnson won the Triple Crown Challenge last year. He will take the first step in trying to defend that title tonight.
8:28
Bandit introduces begin on the front stretch.
8:28
Jeremy Miller finished third last week here at Madison. (Speed51.com photo)
8:26
Bandit cars are making their way on track.
8:24
All divisions tonight will have out of car introductions.
8:23
Intermission is coming to a close and we are almost ready to go feature racing.
8:22
8:22
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8:18
Austin Nasin and crew bleed brakes before the feature. Madison is know as a track that is hard on brakes. (Speed51.com photo)
8:16
Jeff Storm’s car is back together after getting heavy damage at Dells Raceway Park a few weeks ago when a left rear trailing arm broke. (Speed51.com photo)
8:14
Braun
8:14
Comment From RacingFan

Which car does Braun have? Post picture?

8:12
The bandit feature will be first followed by sportsmen and super late models.
8:03
We will have an intermission and then go feature racing.
8:03
CHECKERED FLAG for Baumeister, Wimmer edges Rubeck at the line for second.
8:03
WHITE FLAG for Baumeister, WImmer and Rubeck still side by side.
8:02
Lap 8: Wimmer looks inside Rubeck, they are side by side for second.
8:02
Lap 7: The top three are node to tail.
8:02
Lap 6: Rubeck still looking for a way around Rubeck, who holds a onw car length lead.
8:01
Lap 5: Wimmer catching the top 2
8:01
Lap 5: Wimmer into third.
8:01
Lap 3: Rubeck inside Baumeister for the lead, Rubeck hangs on.
8:01
Lap 3: Rubeck pressures Baumeister for the lead.
8:01
Lap 2: Wimemr up into fourth after starting at the back.
8:00
Lap 1: Rubeck up into second on the start.
8:00
GREEN FLAG: Baumeister to the lead.
8:00
Wimmer is on track after replacing a clutch during practice.
8:00
Driver for Super Late Model heat #2 get the one to go at the line.
7:59
Super Late Model Heat #2
Lineup
Brian Johnson Jr.
Johnny Baumeister Jr.
Jim Olson
Steve Rubeck
Jeff Storm
Chris Wimmer

 

7:58
CHECKERED: Blakely wins followed by Nason, Wilberg, Wallace, Garetson and Braun
7:58
WHITE FLAG for Blakely
7:58
Lap 7: Wallace, who did not qualify, is all over Wilberg for third.
7:57
Lap 6: It’s Blakely, Nason, Wilberg, Wallace, Garetson and Braun
7:57
Lap 4: Blakely with a six car length lead.
7:57
Lap 3: Contact between Nason and WIlberg, Nason hangs on to second.
7:57
Lap 3: Wilberg and Nason side by side for second.
7:56
Lap 2: Blakely to the lead on the outside.
7:56
GREEN FLAG: Nason gets a good jump, but Blakely fights back.
7:55
The flag man gives the one to go sign at the line.
7:55
Braun drops to the back so it will be Nason and Blakely on the front row.
7:55
Super Late Model Heat #1
Lineup
Rob Braun
Austin Nason
Russ Blakely
Bobby Wilberg
Chuck Garetson
Jamie Wallace
7:54
The checkered flag waves on the Sportsman heat race. Super Late models roll out onto the track.
7:53
7:53
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7:49
There is one more sportsman heat and the the Super Late Models will be back on track for heat races.
7:47
Yep! Maybe he can celebrate his 50th in Victory Lane!
7:47
Comment From postaldave

50!

7:46
We would like to wish Bobby Wilberg a Happy Birthday! Anyone know how old he is? We do!
7:44
Sportsman cars on track for their heat races.
7:41
7:41
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7:40
Bandit heats are on track now.
7:40
Super Late Model Heat #2
Lineup
Brian Johnson Jr.
Johnny Baumeister Jr.
Jim Olson
Steve Rubeck
Jeff Storm
Chris Wimmer
7:39
Super Late Model Heat #1
Lineup
Rob Braun
Austin Nason
Russ Blakely
Bobby Wilberg
Chuck Garetson
Jamie Wallace
7:37
CHECKERED FLAG: Bilderback wins. Feiler got around Kendall out of four to finish fourth. Johnson second and Miller third.
7:36
WHITE FLAG: Bilderback leads by 4 car lengths. Miller looks inside Johnson.
7:36
Lap 5: Miller closes is on Johnson for second.
7:36
Lap 4: Bilderback leads Johnson, Miller, Kendall, Feiler and LaMonte.
7:35
Lap 3: Leaders are still side by side. Johnson with the advantage, but then off of two, Bilderback to the lead.
7:35
Lap 2: Miller into third.
7:35
Lap 2: Bilderback and Johnson are side by side for the lead.
7:35
Lap 1: Johnson fights back on the inside for the lead.
7:35
GREEN FLAG: Bilderback to the lead.
7:34
Drivers get one to go at the line.
7:34
Lineup for Dash for Cash
Casey Johnson
Michael Bilderback
Gary LaMonte
Jeremy Miller
Bobby Kendall
Dave Feiler
7:33
The six fastest cars in qualifying will race for six laps.
7:33
Fast qualifiers are making their way off the track and the Super Late Models will bring their cars out for the dash for cash.
7:32
Comment From baby b

Good luck daddy #19! Love Wes

7:32
7:32
Today’s coverage of Round One of the Triple Crown Series at Madison International Speedway in Oregon, Wisconsin is presented by Pathfinder Chassis in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Pathfinder Chassis offers a number of services, including chassis repair & setup, shock dyno & quick change rear end service. They also carry a complete inventory of chassis and suspension parts. Click here view their latest catalog.
7:31
National Anthem and then we will go racing.
7:27
The Super Late Model dash for cash will be the first race of the night.
7:26
Opening ceremonies are now taking place.
7:25
Comment From Tuna Boss

Go get’em Wimmer

7:21
Michael Bilderback is fresh off a win Monday at Golden Sands Speedway. (Speed51.com photo)
7:18
Comment From Nancy

Good luck to Chris Wimmer #52

7:17
Dave Feiler, tonight’s fast qualifier, was just four hundredths off the track record. (Speed51.com photo)
7:11
The Triple Crown Challenge will consist of 100 laps. There will be a break between laps 60 and 75 where drivers can make adjustments to their cars.
7:11
Drivers meeting underway at Madison International Speedway. (Speed51.com photo)
7:01
There is some down time at the track as racing doesn’t begin until 7:30.
6:58
Qualifying Results
Triple Crown Challenge – Madison International Speedway

1 Dave Feiler 17.288
2 Bobby Kendall 17.411
3 Jeremy Miller 17.427
4 Gary LaMonte 17.508
5 Michael Bilderback 17.562
6 Casey Johnson 17.572
7 Jeff Storm 17.593
8 Bobby Wilberg 17.613
9 Steve Rubeck 17.635
10 Russ Blakely 17.68
11 Jim Olson 17.72
12 Austin Nason 17.735
13 Johnny Baumeister Jr. 17.782
14 Chuck Garetson 17.965
15 Brian Johnson Jr. 18.076
16 Rob Braun 18.13
6:56
We are working on a full field rundown from qualifying.
6:56
Wimmer is still working on replacing a clutch.
6:56
There are two cars that did not qualify, but plan to race. They are Chris Wimmer and Jamie Wallace.
6:53
That completes qualifying. There are two cars that did not qualify, but will race. They are Chris Wimmer, who had clutch problems, and Jamie Wallace.
6:50
28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1: 17.754
Lap 2: 17.613
Best: 17.613
6:49
25 – Jeff Storm
Lap 1: 17.593
Lap 2: 17.725
Best: 17.593
6:48
25 – Russ Blakely
Lap 1: 17.882
Lap 2: 17.680
Best: 17.680
6:47
24 – Jim Olson
Lap 1: 17.923
Lap 2: 17.720
Best: 17.720
6:47
19 – John Baumeister Jr.
Lap 1: 17.983
Lap 2: 17.782
Best: 17.782
6:46
17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
Lap 1: 18.238
Lap 2: 18.076
Best:18.076
6:45
14 – Austin Nason
Lap 1: 17.912
Lap 2: 17.735
Best: 17.735
6:45
11 – Bobby Kendall
Lap 1: 17. 607
Lap 2: 17.411
Best: 17.411
6:44
5 – Casey Johnson
Lap 1: 17.851
Lap 2: 17.572
Best: 17.572
6:43
5 – Jeremy Miller
Lap 1: 17.792
Lap 2: 17.472
Best: 17.472
6:42
2 – Michael Bilderback
Lap 1: 17.806
Lap 2: 17.562
Best: 17.562
6:42
2 – Chuck Garetson
Lap 1: 18.175
Lap 2: 17.965
Best: 17.965
6:41
The current track record is a 17.245 and is held by Chris Wimmer, who is here tonight.
6:41
98 – Rob Braun
Lap 1: 18.557
Lap 2:18.130
Best: 18.130
6:40
93 – Dave Feiler
Lap 1: 17.563
Lap 2: 17.288
Best: 17.288
6:40
63 – Gary LaMonte
Lap 1: 17.781
Lap 2: 17.508
Best: 17.508
6:39
Steve Rubeck
Lap 1: 17.947
Lap 2: 17.635
Best: 17.635
6:36
We are ready to do Super Late Model qualifying here at MIS.
6:33
Super Late Models will be up next for qualifying.
6:27
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6:27
6:26
Sportsman cars are now up for qualifying.
6:20
The bandit cars hit the track for qualifying.
6:17
Fans are lined up at the gate as we are about to begin qualifying. (Speed51.com photo)
6:15
The other two races in the Triple Crown Challenge take place on Friday, July 11th and Friday, August 8th.
6:14
6:14
The overall winner will be determined based on Madison’s point system, with the driver with the point lead capturing the title.
6:13
As mentioned this is the first of three races in the Triple Crown Challenge here at MIS. Each race will pay $4,000 to the winner, with the overall winner of Triple Crown Challenge taking home $5,000.
6:06
Driver List (18)
2 – Michael Bilderback
2 – Chuck Garetson
5 – Casey Johnson
5 – Jeremy MIller
11 – Bobby Kendall
14 – Austin Nason
17 – Brian Johnson Jr.
19 – John Baumeister Jr.
24 – Jim Olson
25 – Jeff Storm
25 – Russ Blakely
28 – Bobby Wilberg
52 – Chris Wimmer
61 – Steve Rubeck
63 – Gary LaMonte
87 – Jamie Wallace
93 – Dave Feiler
98 – Rob Braun
6:03
We just received word qualifying will begin at 6:15.
6:02
6:02
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6:02
Bandits will qualify first followed by Sportsman and then Super Late Models.
5:59
We are about to begin qualifying.
5:59
Jeremy Miller says his car is good after practice. (Speed51.com photo)
5:52
Chris Wimmer’s car sits on jack stands waiting for a new clutch. (Speed51.com photo)
5:50
Bobby Kendall’s crew makes do adjustments before qualifying. (Speed51.com photo)
5:47
It is a beautiful night for racing so if you are in the area head on out to Madison International Speedway!
5:46
Sportsman cars are now on the track for practice.
5:44
Chris Wimmer is also here. He broke his clutch right away in practice and is waiting on a replacement. He is hoping to fix it and race tonight.
5:44
Johnny Baumeister is now on track.  So far 10 Super Late Models have taken time this session.
5:43
Schedule of Events
6:00 Qualifying
7:15 Opening Ceremonies
7:30 Racing Begins
Super lake Model B and B Lawn Care Dash for Cash
Bandit Heats
Sportsman Heats
Super Late Model Heats
Intermission
Bandits Feature
Sportsman Feature
Super Late Mode Triple Crown Challenge 100
5:41
Austin Nason joins the cars on the track.
5:41
Feiler is fastest early with a time of 17.686
5:41
Casey Johnson and Gary LaMonte on track now as well.
5:40
Super Late Models are on track for practice. Dave Feiler, Michael Bilderback, Jeff Storm and Bobby Kendall are all on track.
5:39
There are 15-16 super late models here at Madison International Speedway for round one of the Triple Crown. We are working on a complete driver list.
5:39
5:39
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5:17
Super late models are currently on track for practice.
5:08
Just getting settled here. Divisions are rotating practice. Working on getting a schedule and practice times for you shortly.
5:07
Good evening from Madison international speedway. We are here for round one of the MIS triple crown.

Trackside Now: SLM Triple Crown at Madison (WI) – 5/30/14