10:22
10:22
Today’s coverage of Round Two 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.
10:22
This will end our coverage tonight from Madison International Speedway.

Congratulations to Travis Sauter on his win.

Special thanks to Pathfinder Chassis for being tonight’s presenting sponsor.

9:50
9:50
9:49
Madison International Speedway
Triple Crown Challenge #2 100
Unofficial Results

1. Travis Sauter
2. Chris Wimmer
3. Skylar Holzhausen
4. Dave Feiler
5. Jeremy Miller
6. Casey Johnson
7. Bobby Kendall
8. Collin Reffner
9. Jeff Storm
10. Chuck Garetson
11. Russ Blakeley
12. Bobby Wilberg
13. Austin Nason
14. Mike Lichtfeld
15. Michael Bilderback

9:48
Travis Sauter gets the trophy from track owner Terry Kunes and GM Dave Grueneberg (Speed51.com photo)
9:46
Sauter and his crew celebrate in Victory Lane.
9:46
Travis Sauter emerges from his car. (Speed51.com photo)
9:45
Travis Sauter in Victory Lane.
9:43
Comment From Lenny

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

9:43
Comment From Ellen

Great Job Travis!

9:42
Wimmer is second with Holzhausen in third. Feiler is fourth and Miller is fifth.
9:42
CHECKERED FLAG: Travis Sauter is back in victory lane at Madison.
9:41
WHITE FLAG: Sauter leads while Wimmer holds off Holzhausen.
9:41
Lap 98: Two laps to go for Travis Sauter.
9:41
Lap 97: Lead is 1.3 seconds for Sauter.
9:40
Lap 96: Wimmer gets about a car length on Holzhausen.
9:40
Lap 95: Five to go for Travis Sauter. He is looking to get back into victory lane at Madison.
9:40
Lap 93: Holzhausen continues to challenge Wimmer for second.
9:39
Lap 91: Sauter continues to have a big lead.
9:39
Lap 90: Appears to be a rear end issue for Wilberg.
9:38
Lap 89: Wimmer holds on to second.
9:38
Lap 88: Holzhausen has a shot for second out of turn four. Wilberg is off the pace.
9:37
Lap 86: Sauter has a 1.7 second lead behind Wimmer and Holzhausen.
9:37
Lap 85: Holzhausen looks to the inside of Wimmer going into three. Wimmer holds for now.
9:37
Lap 83: Sauter, Wimmer, Holzhausen, Feiler, Wilberg, Miller, Johnson are your lead lap cars.
9:36
Lap 80: 20 to go for Sauter.
9:35
Lap 79: Wilberg is fifth with Miller in sixth.
9:35
Lap 78: Sauter has a 0.872 second lead over Wimmer.
9:35
Lap 77 Feiler all over Holzhausen for third.
9:35
Lap 76: Sauter leads Wimmer. Holzhausen goes to third, with Feiler in fourth.
9:34
GREEN FLAG: Sauter gets a good start as Wimmer spun the tires out of four.
9:33
Sauter will restart on the outside with Wimmer on the inside. Feiler on the inside in row two and Holzhausen on the outside.
9:32
The cone is out for a choose a lane restart.
9:32
9:32
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9:32
Wimmer contemplates what to do before getting back in the car. (Speed51.com photo)
9:31
The break is over and engines are fired up, field is rolling.
9:30
Sauter\’s crew wraps up their work. (Speed51.com photo)
9:28
Jeremy Miller talks to his crew as the break winds down. (Speed51.com photo)
9:27
Johnson will be the lucky dog and get back on the lead lap. (Speed51.com photo)
9:27
Casey Johnson will be the lucky dog.
9:26
Wilberg said his car is loose and they will tighten it up. Less than four minutes to go.
9:26
Feiler won round won of the Triple Crown. (Speed51.com photo)
9:25
9:25
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9:25
Sauter’s crew works hard while he waits to get back to green. (Speed51.com photo)
9:24
Sauter said they are making a couple of small changes. They don’t want to screw up what they have. He said he is trying not to push his card that much.
9:23
Feiler thinks that Wimmer and Sauter weren’t pushing it but thinks the final 25 laps are going to be fun.
9:23
Wimmer is p2 and making adjustments. (Speed51.com photo)
9:23
Holzhausen says that he needs a little more forward grip and he thinks he has something for the leaders.
9:23
Holzhausen says he needs more grip. He’s working his way towards the front. (Speed51.com photo)
9:22
Bilderback and Lichtfeld are the only two cars off the track. It also appears that Nason went to the pits.
9:21
Wilberg’s crew makes changes. (Speed51.com photo)
9:20
Six cars are on the lead lap.

1. Travis Sauter
2. Chris Wimmer
3. Dave Feiler
4. Skylar Holzhausen
5. Jeremy Miller
6. Bobby Wilberg
7. Casey Johnson
8. Bobby Kendall
9. Collin Reffner
10. Jeff Storm
11. Austin Nason
12. Russ Blakeley
13. Chuck Garetson
14. Michael Bilderback
15. Mike Lichtfeld

9:17
9:17
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9:17
COMPETITION YELLOW: Sauter will lead the field to pit road as we head to the 10-minute break.
9:16
Lap 75: Once the field passes the start/finish line, we will have our break.
9:16
Lap 74: About a lap away from the break.
9:15
Lap 73: The battle for seventh has allowed the top three to close in on each other as we near the break.
9:15
Lap 71: Johnson goes a lap down. Holzhausen sails by Miller for fourth.
9:14
Lap 70: Johnson gets seventh, while Kendall goes a lap down.
9:14
Lap 69: Battle seventh in front of the leader.
9:14
Lap 67: Johnson and Kendall, seventh and sixth on the track, are close to going a lap down.
9:13
Lap 65: Sauter is closing in on Johnson, who is in seventh, to put him a lap down.
9:13
Lap 63: Sauter leads. Holzhausen has caught Wilberg for fifth. He is on the inside out of two. Gets the spot.
9:12
Winner puts Storm a lap down.(Speed51.com photo)
9:11
Lap 60: About 15 laps from the break.
9:11
Lap 47: Reffner goes a lap down.
9:10
Lap 55: Sauter continues to lead Wimmer. Feiler is about 1.3 seconds back. About 6.5 seconds back to Miller in fourth.
9:10
Lap 54: Bilderback goes to the pits.
9:09
Sauter using his brakes. (Speed51.com photo)
9:09
Lap 51 Holzhausen continues to work to the front he’s around Kendall and into sixth.
9:08
Lap 50: Sauter, Wimmer, Miller, Wilberg, Kendall, Holzhausen, Johnson, Bilderback, Reffner. Top ten.
9:08
Lap 48: Storm is fighting to stay on the lead lap. Wimmer is on Sauter’s bumper.
9:08
Lap 46 Holzhausen around Bilderback and into seventh.
9:07
Lap 47: Sauter comes up to Storm to put him a lap down. Storm is currently 11th.
9:07
Lap 45: Feiler is fast tonight and is slowly closing in on Wimmer for second.
9:06
Lap 44: Sauter gains a car length. Still have a ways to go. May be seeing some tire management.
9:06
Lap 42: Wimmer is about a car length behind Sauter for the lead.
9:06
9:06
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9:06
Lap 40 Holzhausen around Johnson and into eighth.
9:05
Lap 39: Sauter and Wimmer battle through lap traffic. Some confusion if the lap traffic should go high or low, but the leaders snake through.
9:05
Lap 38: Sauter still leads with Wimmer in second about a half second back. Feiler in third with Miller in fourth. Wilberg is fifth.
9:04
Wilberg and Sauter battle early on. (Speed51.com photo)
9:04
Lap 34 Holzhausen challenging Johnson again for eighth.
9:03
Lap 34: Lichtfeld to the pits.
9:03
Lap 33: Feiler goes to the inside of Miller and goes to third.
9:02
Lap 30 now Johnson closes in on Bilderback for seventh with Holzhausen right there.
9:02
Lap 30: Sauter leads with Wimmer in second and Miller back to third. Feiler closing in.
9:02
Storm (25) and Reffner (87) battle for 10th. (Speed51.com photo)
9:02
Lap 28 Wimmer into second.
9:01
Lap 27 Holzhausen all over Johnson for the eighth spot.
9:01
Lap 25: Wimmer has caught the leaders. Three car battle.
9:00
Lap 23: Sauter takes a peak to the inside of Miller going into one but backs off.
9:00
Lap 22 Wimmer closing in on the top two.
8:59
Lap 21: Miller, Sauter, Wimmer, Feiler, Wilberg, Kendall, Bilderback, Johnson, Holzhausen, Reffner. Top Ten.
8:59
Lap 19 Colin Refner makes contact with Storm and moves into tenth.
8:59
Lap 20: About 0.8 seconds separate Sauter in second and Wimmer in third.
8:58
Lap 16: Feiler is on the inside of Wilberg going into one and will take the fourth position.
8:58
Lap 17 Kendall into sixth .
8:58
Lap 16 Johnson around Storm and into 8th.
8:58
Lap 14: Miller has about a car length on Sauter. But Sauter won’t let him get away. Wimmer is closing in.
8:57
Lap 14 Fast timer Kendall all over Bilderback for sixth.
8:57
Comment From Guest

Chris Wimmer is due had good cars just bad luck go 01 or 52

8:57
Lap 13: Miller, Sauter, Wimmer, Wilberg, Feiler, Bilderback, Kendall.
8:57
Lap 11: Miller leads Sauter.
8:57
Lap 11 Wimmer make the move inside Wilberg and into third.
8:56
Lap 10 Winmer all over Wilberg for third.
8:56
Lap 10: Miller continues to lead with Sauter right behind him within inches.
8:56
Lap 8: Sauter gets on Miller’s bumper out of turn two. Miller bobbles but holds.
8:56
Lap 7 Feiler inside Bilderback and into fifth.
8:55
Lap 7: Miller leads with Sauter in second and Wilberg in third. Wimmer is fourth.
8:55
Lap 6: Miller takes advantage and will get the lead.
8:55
Lap 5 Feiler and Kendall side by side for seventh.
8:55
Lap 5: Wilberg and Sauter touch out of two. Wilberg almost spins but saves it. Wilberg falls back to third.
8:54
Lap 4: Miller is there and Wimmer is coming to join in.
8:54
Lap 3: Wilberg on the inside. They continue to battle for the top spot.
8:54
Lap 2: Wilberg all over Sauter for the lead going into one.
8:53
GREEN FLAG: Sauter gets a great jump to the lead. Wilberg to second
8:53
One to go at the line. Bilderback and Sauter will lead them to the green.
8:52
Comment From Lenny

Travis Sauter gets the win

8:52
The field will get a few laps to warm up the tires.
8:51
Field is ready to go. (Speed51.com photo)
8:45
Cars are lined up on the front stretch. (Speed51.com photo)
8:44
Fast qualifier Bobby Kendall climbs into his car. (Speed51.com photo)
8:42
8:42
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8:39
Madison International Speedway
Triple Crown Challenge #2 100
Starting lineup

1. Michael Bilderback
2. Travis Sauter
3. Chris Wimmer
4. Bobby Wilberg
5. Dave Feiler
6. Jeremy Miller
7. Bobby Kendall
8. Jeff Storm
9. Collin Reffner
10. Skylar Holzhausen
11. Casey Johnson
12. Chuck Garetson
13. Austin Nason
14. Mike Lichtfeld
15. Russ Blakeley

8:37
There will be a break around lap 75.
8:33
The Triple Crown Challenge 100 is next.
8:32
8:32
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8:32
CHECKERED FLAG: Rece runs out of time and Hubred wins. Goldade finishes third. Matt Lundberg was fourth and Jason Dunn was fifth.
8:31
WHITE FLAG: Rece will try to chase down Hubred.
8:31
Lap 18: Rece goes to the outside of Hubred for the lead going into one. Rece gets loose in two and Hubred pulls away.
8:29
Lap 15: Five to go and Rece is searching for a way around Hubred for the lead.
8:29
Lap 12: Hubred and Rece pull away from Dunn.
8:28
Lap 10: Hubred continues to lead with Rece in second and Dunn in third. Ryan Goldade goes to fourth but has a big gap to close up to challenge for a podium spot.
8:27
Lap 8: Hubred gets to the inside of Dunn and takes the lead. Rece goes to second.
8:26
Five laps in…Jason Dunn continues to lead but Kody Hubred and Wll Rece are chasing him down.
8:24
8:24
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8:24
Green flag is out for the 20-lap Sportsman feature. Jason Dunn is the early leader.
8:18
The sun is starting to set at Madison.(Speed51.com photo)
8:15
The Sportsman cars are coming out for their 20-lap feature.
8:14
8:14
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8:05
Even big wheel racers stay away from the orange cone. (Speed51.com photo)
8:04
Rubbing is racing. (Speed51.com photo)
8:02
They are now having the finals of kids big wheel races on the track.
8:00
Mike Lichtfeld (01) tried to hold off Casey Johnson (5) in the Super Late heat race. (Speed51.com photo)
7:58
Heat race comes off of turn four. (Speed51.com photo)
7:55
1. Johnson
2. Lichtfeld
3. Blakeley
4. Storm
5. Nason
6. Reffner
7. Garetson
8. Holzhausen
9. Bilderback
7:55
CHECKERED FLAG: Johnson makes the pass and will win the heat.
7:54
WHITE FLAG: Johnson alongside Lichtfeld for the lead going into one.
7:54
Lap 6: Johnson to second. Now battles Lichtfeld for the lead.
7:54
Lap 5: Johnson on the inside of Blakeley for second. They catch the leader.
7:53
Lap 4: Lichtfeld, Blakeley, Johnson, Nason, Storm.
7:53
Lap 3: Johnson goes to third. Storm to fifth.
7:53
Lap 2: Lichtfeld leads with Blakeley on his bumper. Nason in third with Johnson challenging.
7:52
GREEN FLAG: Lichtfeld and Nason started second and third. Lichtfeld gets the lead.
7:52
Super Late Model heat is out for an 8-lap race.

1. Russ Blakeley
2. Austin Nason
3. Mike Lichtfeld
4. Casey Johnson
5. Chuck Garetson
6. Collin Reffner
7. Skylar Holzhausen
8. Jeff Storm
9. Michael Bilderback

7:50
Will Reece won the second Sportsman heat.
7:46
Station wagons flying around MIS in the Sportsman division. (Speed51.com photo)
7:45
Matt Lundberg holds off Jason Dunn to win the first heat.
7:44
Chris Wimmer wins the Dash. (Speed51.com photo)
7:38
CHECKERED: Wimmer holds off Feiler to get the win. Kendall is third with Sauter in fourth. Wilberg and Miller round out the field.
7:38
WHITE FLAG: Wimmer gets a car length.
7:38
Lap 6: Feiler catches Wimmer.
7:37
Lap 5: Wimmer still leads while Feiler is holding off Kendall for second.
7:37
Lap 3: Wimmer leads Feiler, Kendall, Wilberg, Sauter, Miller.
7:36
Lap 2: Wimmer gets the lead. Feiler goes to second. Sauter falls back to third and gets tapped in three and four by Wilberg.
7:36
GREEN FLAG: Wimmer gets the lead out of two…but Sauter is still on the inside.
7:35
One to go at the line for the 8-lap dash.
7:34
The Super Late Model Dash is the first race out.

1. Travis Sauter
2. Chris Wimmer
3. Bobby Wilberg
4. Dave Feiler
5. Jeremy Miller
6. Bobby Kendall

7:30
7:30
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7:27
Bobby Kendall is tonight\’s fast qualifier. (Speed51.com photo)
7:23
Pre-race ceremonies are underway here at Madison.
7:15
7:15
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7:09
The Bandits have been scratched from tonight’s program. Only two cars qualified and they were hoping more were going to show up late.
6:57
6:57
Today’s coverage of Round Two 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.
6:56
Madison International Speedway
Triple Crown Challenge #2
Qualifying Results

1 11 Bobby Kendall 17.297
2 5 Jeremy Miller 17.3
3 93 Dave Feiler 17.422
4 28 Bobby Wilberg 17.459
5 01 Chris Wimmer 17.469
6 5 Travis Sauter 17.49
7 2 Michael Bilderback 17.553
8 25 Jeff Storm 17.631
9 87 Collin Reffner 17.653
10 78 Skylar Holzhausen 17.678
11 5 Casey Johnson 17.683
12 2 Chuck Garetson 17.732
13 14 Austin Nason 17.765
14 01 Mike Lichtfeld 17.923
15 25 Russ Blakeley 17.929

 

6:55
Bobby Kendall is tonight’s fast qualifier with a 17.297.
6:54
28 – Bobby Wilberg
Lap 1: 17.513
Lap 2: 17.459
Best: 17.459 (P4)
6:54
25 – Jeff Storm
Lap 1: 17.715
Lap 2: 17.631
Best: 17.631 (P7)
6:53
25 – Russ Blakeley
Lap 1: 42.793
Lap 2: 17.929
Best: 17.929

Spun coming off of turn two on his first lap.

6:51
6:51
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6:50
The track record is currently 17.245 which was set a couple years ago by Chris Wimmer.
6:49
14 – Austin Nason
Lap 1: 18.155
Lap 2: 17.765
Best: 17.765 (P11)
6:49
11 – Bobby Kendall
Lap 1: 17.426
Lap 2: 17.297
Best: 17.297 (P1)
6:48
5 – Jeremy Miller
Lap 1: 17.576
Lap 2: 17.300
Best: 17.300 (P1)
6:47
So far…

1 93 Dave Feiler 17.422
2 01 Chris Wimmer 17.469
3 5 Travis Sauter 17.49
4 2 Michael Bilderback 17.553
5 87 Collin Reffner 17.653
6 78 Skylar Holzhausen 17.678
7 5 Casey Johnson 17.683
8 2 Chuck Garetson 17.732
9 01 Mike Lichtfeld 17.923
6:46
5 – Casey Johnson
Lap 1: 18.108
Lap 2: 17.683
Best: 17.683 (P7)
6:46
5 – Travis Sauter
Lap 1: 17.775
Lap 2: 17.490
Best: 17.490 (P3)
6:45
2 – Chuck Garetson
Lap 1: 17.824
Lap 2: 17.732
Best: 17.732
6:44
2 – Michael Bilderback
Lap 1: 17.931
Lap 2: 17.553
Best: 17.553 (P3)
6:44
01 – Mike Lichtfeld
Lap 1: 18.229
Lap 2: 17.923
Best: 17.923
6:43
01 – Chris Wimmer
Lap 1: 17.756
Lap 2: 17.469
Best: 17.469
6:42
93 – Dave Feiler
Lap 1: 17.826
Lap 2: 17.422
Best: 17.422 (P1)
6:41
87 – Collin Reffner
Lap 1: 18.227
Lap 2: 17.653
Best: 17.653 (P1)
6:41
78 – Skylar Holzhausen
Lap 1: 18.093
Lap 2: 17.678
Best: 17.678
6:40
Qualifying is underway for the Super Late Models. Skylar Holzhausen is out first.
6:39
Collin Reffner is looking to be a third generation feature winner at Madison. (Speed51.com photo)
6:39
Collin Reffner is the grandson of legendary Midwest driver Tom Reffner. Tom Reffner has 58 feature wins at Madison, back when it was called Capital Super Speedway in the 70’s and 80’s. Reffner won the track championship at Madison in 1975 & 1979.

Collin’s uncle Bryan Reffner has 11 feature wins.

6:34
Just waiting for cars to complete their pre-qualifying tech and we will be underway.
6:31
6:31
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6:31
Sportsman qualifying is complete and Goldade has the fast time tonight. Super Late Model qualifying is coming up next.

6:24
6:24
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6:24
Ryan Goldade just set a new track record in the Sportsman with a 20.294. Broke his old mark that he set earlier this year.
6:23
Sportsman cars are now out to qualify.
6:19
Qualifying is underway….Bandit qualifying is complete. Brandon DeLacy has quick time with a 15.376.
6:12
The delay is for the scorers to re-boot the computer after an issue was found.
6:08
Tonights’s schedule…

6:00 Qualifying

Bandits

Sportsman

Super Late Models

7:15 Opening Ceremonies

7:30 Racing

B and B Lawn Care Dash

Bandit Heats (8 Laps)

Sportsman Heats (6 Laps)

Super Late Model Heats (8 Laps)

Bandit Feature (20 Laps)

Sportsman Feature (20 Laps)

Super Late Model Feature (100 Laps)

6:07
The track is quiet as we are waiting for qualifying to begin. Fans are also filing in for tonight’s event.
5:57
5:57
Today’s coverage of Round Two 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.
5:56
Super Lates will get one last quick session in before qualifying is scheduled to start at the top of the hour. They may delay the start of qualifying.
5:48
Skylar Holzhausen out for a practice run. (Speed51.com photo)
5:47
5:47
It is the marquee event on State Park Speedway’s schedule. The Larry Detjens Memorial celebrates the life of a great short track driver on July 25-26. Super Late Models, Big 8 Series and the weekly SPS divisions will be in action over the two days.Click here for more information.
5:46
The MIS Sportsman cars are out next. Qualifying is scheduled for 6pm CDT.
5:42
Skylar Holzhausen joins Nason on the track. Chris Wimmer still has the fastest time this session with a 17.443.
5:39
Austin Nason is making his first laps today.
5:39
Chris Wimmer has been fast in practice so far. (Speed51.com photo)
5:38
Chris Wimmer is back out. In the first Triple Crown race, Wimmer lost a lot of practice time as he had a mechanical issue. He started near the back and came through the field to finish fourth.
5:33
Mike Lichtfeld and Bobby Kendall are now out.
5:33
Chris Wimmer is the fastest early with a 17.443. Jeremy Miller is second quick with a 17.472 and Bobby Wilberg is third with 17.493.
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5:30
Super Lates are back out. Travis Sauter, Chuck Garetson, Dave Feiler, Jeremy Miller, Skylar Holzhausen, Bobby Wilberg, Chris Wimmer, and Michael Bilderback are in the first group.
5:25
Bandit cars will have their first practice session on the quarter-mile infield oval.
5:24
Lichtfeld\’s ride for tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
5:23
Jeremy Miller getting some practice. (Speed51.com photo)
5:22
Mike Lichtfeld talks to Andy Vogel, chief scorer, before practice. (Speed51.com photo)
5:21
Sportsman are back out. Ryan Goldade is currently at the top with a 20.607.
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5:18
We understand that some teams coming up from Illinois have ran into some big traffic delays on Interstate 90. We took a look at the Wisconsin DOT website and showing slow downs at the state line and Janesville area. Austin Nason was one of those drivers and he just arrived at the track.
5:14
Caution is out as officials are looking for debris in turns one and two. Holzhausen and Kendall are the only two cars on the track. In this session, so far, Casey Johnson is the fastest with a 17.548. Travis Sauter is second quick with a 17.605.
5:11
The Pathfinder Chassis hauler is here selling parts for the teams.
5:06
Super Lates are back out on the track. Lichtfeld, Garetson, Holzhausen, Sauter and Casey Johnson are out on the track. Johnson is out for the first time this afternoon.
5:05
Three divisions are on the agenda tonight at MIS. The Super Late Models, Sportsman and Bandits.
5:04
Kody Hubred was the fastest in first practice for the Sportsman.
5:03
The MIS Sportsman are out on the track.

In the first session for the Super Lates, Chris Wimmer was the fastest with a 17.413.

1. Chris Wimmer 17.413
2. Bobby Wilberg 17.614
3. Travis Sauter 17.642
4. Michael Bilderback 17.788
5. Jeremy Miller 17.808
6. Jeff Storm 17.837
7. Dave Feiler 17.891
8. Collin Reffner 18.060
9. Bobby Kendall 18.365
10. Russ Blakeley 18.408
11. Mike Lichtfeld 18.458
12. Chuck Garetson 18.640
13. Skylar Holzhausen 19.092

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Today’s coverage of Round Two 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.
4:56
Bobby Wilberg is second quick with a 17.614.
4:55
Chris Wimmer goes to the top with a 17.413.
4:54
Travis Sauter is currently the fastest with a 17.642.
4:52
Bobby Wilberg, Bobby Kendall, Chris Wimmer, and Jeff Storm come out now for their first session.
4:52
Tonight’s Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge Payout: 1-11: $4000, $2000, $1000, $900, $800, $750, $700, $650, $600, $550, $500 11-20: $475 21-beyond: $450
4:50
Lichtfeld is driving the 01 Szelegowski car tonight. There will be another 01 car as Chris Wimmer will be driving the car normally driven by Claire Decker tonight.
4:48
Colin Reffner is also out.
4:47
Dave Feiler also comes out along with Skylar Holzhausen.
4:47
We are working on a confirmation that Lichtfeld is driving the 01 normally driven by Ed Szelegowski tonight.
4:46
Track is now open for practice for the Super Late Models. First cars out include: Jeremy Miller, Chuck Garetson, Michael Bilderback, Mike Lichtfeld, Russ Blakeley, and Travis Sauter.
4:43
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4:37
Multi-time track champion Bobby Wilberg has arrived as the sun is trying to peak out of the cloudy skies. The track should be open soon for practice.
4:36
Dave Feiler won Round One over Casey Johnson and Chris Wimmer last month. Feiler currently leads the Triple Crown points with 117 points with Johnson 13 back in second with 104 points. Michael Bilderback in third with 98 points.
4:29
Tonight, Madison will have a full racing schedule. Great seats are available, so if you are in the area, make plans to come out to MIS tonight.

Super Late Model Triple Crown Challenge #2: $4000 to win / $2000 for second / $450 to start

Plus Sportsman and Bandits

Adults: $15.00 / Students and Seniors $13.00 / Kids 11 and under Free

Pit gates open at 3:30 / Practice at 4:45 / Qualifying at 6:00 / Racing at 7:30

4:26
Jeremy Miller (5) and Chuck Garetson (2) are two of the cars unloaded so far. (Speed51.com photo)
4:21
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4:18
The pits just opened a little while ago and cars are starting to come in. So far we have seen Chris Wimmer, Jeremy Miller, Dave Feiler, Russ Blakeley, Travis Sauter, Skylar Holzhausen, and Colin Reffner are a few that have already parked.
4:14
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Today’s coverage of Round Two 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.
4:14
Good afternoon from Wisconsin’s Fastest Half-Mile Oval for today’s Speed 51’s Trackside Now coverage of the Round Two of the Triple Crown Challenge for the Super Late Models.

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Trackside Now: SLM Triple Crown at Madison (WI) – 7/11/14