10:32
Thanks for joining us on our visit to Washington State. A big thanks to Evergreen Speedway staff for their support and help with our coverage. Let them know you enjoyed and we hope to make a return trip to Washington State. Thanks for joining us. Goodnight.
10:29
Longtime Speed51.com partner Five Star Race Car Bodies presented today’s 51's live Trackside Now coverage of the biggest Super Late Model show on the West Coast, this weekend's Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway (WA). Five Star is committed to being at the forefront of creating original body designs and innovative body accessories. With their latest Ultraglass products, Five Star has developed body panels that are ultra-strong. No composite is made stronger. To find out more on Five Star Race Car Bodies’ Ultraglass products and for video demonstrations on just how tough Ultraglass products are, visit www.fivestarbodies.com Jay Sauls used a a Five Star Body to get to victory lane tonight.
10:29
We will have more on this race later this week on Speed51.com.
10:28
For Jay Sauls this is the biggest win of his career. He won a 200 lap race last fall at Spokane County Speedway, but this one meant more with so many friend and family members in the crowd.
10:27
Jay Sauls after the biggest win of his career. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:23
Coors Light Summer Showdown Unofficial Results

1 20 Jay Sauls 204
2 05 Eric Scmidt 204
3 16 Daniel Moore 204
4 5 Garrett Archer 204
5 5 Ryan Wells 204
6 89 Doni Wanat 204
7 52 Ryan Philpott 204
8 22 John Lathrop 204
9 1x Rod Schultz Jr. 203
10 12 Jessica Dana 197
11 7 Ron Eaton 194
12 31 Jason Fraser 185
13 22 Jonathan Gomez 153
14 39 Pete Harding 145
15 92 Tommy Rasmussen 131
16 19 Korbin Thomas 122
17 1 Shane Sawin 116
18 90 Molly Helmuth 114
19 00 Naima Lang 109
20 83 Braeden Havens 85
21 9 Kelly Mann 85
22 65 Tyler Tanner 85
23 51 John Zaretzke 77
24 86 Tom Berrow 76
25 16 Blake Williams 56
26 88 Tom Moriarity 42
27 73 Gary Lewis 31
28 21 Rob Angus 24
29 8 Kelly Admiraal 23
30 20 Andy Sole 9
31 195 Rod Schultz Sr. 9
DNS 70 Jeff Knight
10:00
Comment From Mike Longton

Atta boy Jay! Congrats to you and the whole fam!

9:54
Full rundown coming soon.
9:54
Comment From GNengineer

I'm so PROUD of Flyn' Ryan Wells, way to go man. Can't wait to see you back home.

9:52
Comment From Steve Reynolds

Congrats to Jay. Sounded like a great race.

9:52
Jay Sauls with the big trophy. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:48
Kay Sauls has hugged everyone here tonight after his big win.
9:42
More to come.
9:42
Lap 204: Jay Sauls comes back to win it over Eric Schmidt, and Daniel Moore.
9:42
At the white flag Sauls leads.
9:41
Sauls is even for the lead.
9:41
Lap 202: Both leaders spins the tires.
9:41
GREEN FLAG: Lap 202.
9:41
Schmidt goes low for the start.
9:40
It will be Schmidt and Sauls.
9:40
Two laps for $12,000.
9:40
One to green.
9:40
200 laps now complete.
9:40
Daniel Moore is running third and Garrett Archer runs fourth with Ryan Wells is fifth.
9:39
Schmidt is the leader for the restart for a green-white-checkered.
9:39
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 198. Ron Eaton stopped on the track as Sauls was door-to-door with Schmidt.
9:38
Lap 198: Sauls comes high.
9:38
Sauls is charging.
9:37
Lap 197: Sauls comes back to second as Eric Schmidt leads.
9:37
Lap 196: Sauls missed a shift on the start or spun the tires.
9:36
GREEN FLAG: Lap 196.
9:36
Restart coming with 196 complete.
9:36
It will be a four lap shootout.
9:36
one lap to green.
9:35
193 complete.
9:33
Sauls has taken the outside on all the restarts since he's gotten the lead.
9:33
Jason Fraser is out of the race with a water pump belt problem.
9:32
Rod Schultz Jr. comes in with a flat tire.
9:32
Sauls hated to see this after such a big lead.
9:31
No free pass in the final 10 laps.
9:31
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 190: Ron Eaton spins in turn three and four.
9:31
Lap 190: 10 laps to go for Jay Sauls.
9:30
Lap 188: Sauls has no pressure all around.
9:30
Top Five: Sauls, Schmidt, Moore, Archer and Wells.
9:29
Fraser is back after what was reported from pit road as an overheating issue.
9:29
Jay Sauls leads Eric Schmidt by a good margin.
9:28
Lap 182: Jason Fraser one lap later hits pit road with engine trouble.
9:28
Fraser down low, but he can't make it work.
9:27
Lap 181: Race is on for the lead.
9:27
Lap 180: Sauls goes hard and has the lead.
9:26
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing on Lap 180.
9:26
One lap to green.
9:25
Jonathon Gomez is done for the night. That happened a few laps back.
9:25
Jay Sauls may have gotten the wall in three. We don't see any damage, but the announcer called it.
9:24
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 176: Ron Eaton spins in turn four.
9:23
Lap 174: That race got a little wild and Eaton tagged the wall in turn one. No yellow.
9:22
Lap 173: Best battle on the track is for fifth as Eaton holds on over Wells and Archer.
9:21
Lap 170: Schmidt is still a distant third.
9:21
Lap 170: Sauls car is getting free each and every lap.
9:20
Lap 169: Sauls and Fraser are setting a blistering pace.
9:20
Comment From Guest 

great coverage for us who cant be there to support the drivers

9:20
Behind that it's Wells, Archer, Schultz Jr. Wanat, Philpott, Dana and Rasmussen who is many laps down.
9:18
Top Five: Sauls, Fraser, Schmidt, Moore, Eaton.
9:17
Lap 161: With a power move Eric Schmidt comes to third.
9:17
40 laps to fight for the $12,000.
9:17
Lap 158: Sauls and Fraser have left the rest of the pack.
9:16
Comment From Bryan P. 

bummer to see so many busted race cars!!! Thanks for the coverage tonight!!!!

9:16
Daniel Moore rides third after starting 15th.
9:15
Lap 156: Sauls continues to work the high lanes.
9:15
Lap 154: Eric Schmidt moves up fifth.
9:14
Gomez is still running, but with a lot of sparks.
9:14
Lap 153: Fraser starting to pressure the leader.
9:14
Lap 152: Sauls is strong on the restart.
9:13
GREEN FLAG: Back to Racing: Lap 152.
9:13
We have till 10pm to finish the race. Local curfew.
9:12
150 laps down.
9:11
Gomez lost a body panel here at the start finish line.
9:11
Gomez did go down a lap.
9:10
Top Five: Sauls, Fraser, Eaton, Moore, and Wells.
9:10
Jonathon Gomez coming in with damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:09
Pete Harding in the wall. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:07
YELLOW FLAG: Jonathon Gomez and Pete Harding wreck in turn three.
9:07
Lap 145: Sauls is strong on the start.
9:06
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing: Lap 144.
9:06
14 cars still running on the track.
9:05
Tommy Rasmussen lost a tail pipe and that was the caution.
9:05
Running order: Sauls, Harding, Fraser, Harding, Gomez, Eaton, Moore, Wells, Schmidt, Archer, Wanat, Schultz Jr, Philpott, Lathrop, Dana and Tommy Rasmussen.
9:03
YELLOW FLAG: 142: Debris in turn three.
9:03
Lap 141: Sauls looks really good out front.
9:03
Ryan Wells is sixth as Daniel Moore and Eric Schmidt are right behind.
9:02
Ron Eaton rides fifth, but is not nearly as strong as the front four.
9:02
Lap 138: Harding gets second, Fraser is third and Gomez rides fourth.
9:01
Lap 136: Sauls is gone in to the night as Jason Fraser looks to take second from Pete Harding.
9:01
GREEN FLAG: Lap 135: Jay Sauls restarts from the outside as the leader.
8:57
Shane Sawin has gone back to the pits.
8:57
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 132: for clean up.
8:57
When he came back out he was spitting some fluid and everyone went sideways in turn one.
8:56
Shane Sawin returns to the track.
8:56
Lap 130: Jason Fraser rides fourth.
8:55
Lap 129: Pete Harding, last year's winner, comes to second around Gomez.
8:55
Lap 128: Sauls is running the high lane as the sun is now gone from the racing surface.
8:55
Lap 127: Gomez is now challenging Sauls for the lead.
8:54
Lap 127: Ron Eaton has come all the way back to fifth.
8:54
Lap 126: Sauls takes the lead.
8:54
Lap 125: Gomez is door to door with Jay Sauls for the lead.
8:54
We think the fluid was from the Shane Sawin car.
8:53
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing.
8:52
One lap to green.
8:51
Korbin Thomas has been on and off pit road several times.
8:50
There is a lot of fluid on the track and clean up will take a few laps.
8:47
Longtime Speed51.com partner Five Star Race Car Bodies presents today’s 51's live Trackside Now coverage of the biggest Super Late Model show on the West Coast, this weekend's Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway (WA). Five Star is committed to being at the forefront of creating original body designs and innovative body accessories. With their latest Ultraglass products, Five Star has developed body panels that are ultra-strong. No composite is made stronger. To find out more on Five Star Race Car Bodies’ Ultraglass products and for video demonstrations on just how tough Ultraglass products are, visit www.fivestarbodies.com
8:47
Working lap 118.
8:46
Comment From jason 

Very proud of that #5 Garret Archer..

8:45
Comment From GNengineer 

The updates are great!!! Thanks for an awesome job.

8:45
Top 10: Gomez, Sauls, Fraser, Harding, Wells, Eaton, Archer, Moore, Wanat and Philpott.
8:44
Korbin Thomas pits.
8:43
Naima Lang came back in and is done for the night.
8:43
Jessica Dana also pits.
8:43
Shane Sawin pits.
8:42
YELLOW FLAG: 114: Eric Schmidt spins.
8:42
Ron Eaton gets way out of shape in turn one.
8:42
Jay Sauls comes around Harding for third.
8:41
Lap 111: Gomez is gone up front as Fraser and Harding chase him.
8:41
Lap 110: Lang returns and is several laps down.
8:40
Lang goes down one lap.
8:40
Lap 108: Naima Lang hits pit road with a problem.
8:39
Lap 106: Jay Sauls now comes to fifth.
8:39
Lap 104: Thomas has to fend off Schmidt for fith.
8:38
Lap 102: Gomez leads Lang, Fraser, Harding and Thomas.
8:37
Lap 101: Jason Fraser moves to third.
8:36
Lap 100: Gomez leads Lang on the restart.
8:36
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing.
8:35
Lot more shade on the track now.
8:35
One lap to green.
8:35
John Lathrup is running at the tail.
8:32
John Lathrup is still running, we missed him in the rundown. We will tell you where he blends in.
8:28
Cars are now finishing up their stops. Team will not gain or lose position during this stop.
8:24
All teams will change four tires at this break.
8:24
Comment From jason 

Killing me not to be there. thank you for the updates

8:24
Running Order
1. Jonathon Gomez
2. Naima Lang
3. Korbin Thomas
4. Jason Fraser
5. Pete Harding
6. Jason Schmidt
7. Garrett Archer
8. Andy Sole
9. Ryan Wells
10. Daniel Moore
11. Doni Wanat
12. Ron Eaton
13. Shane Sawin
14. Rob Schultz Jr.
15. Ryan Philpott
16. Molly Helmuth
17. Jessica Dana
All Other Cars are not running
8:21
Now it's time for the halfway break.
8:20
We are at halfway as Gomez leads.
8:20
99 in the books.
8:19
Two laps to halfway.
8:19
Jonathon Gomez looks to be holding point over the final laps of the first half.
8:18
Five laps to halfway.
8:18
Lap 94: Thomas goes around Fraser to take third.
8:18
Lap 93: Korbin Thomas is also making progress forward and is up to fourth.
8:17
Lap 92: Fraser slips to third.
8:17
Lap 91: Naima Lang uses the high lane to go to second in turn four.
8:17
Lap 90: Gomez goes door to door with Fraser and takes the lead.
8:16
GREEN FLAG: Lap 90: Back to racing.
8:16
89 complete.
8:15
One lap to green.
8:15
Dana got the free pass.
8:15
We see 18 cars still running.
8:14
Braeden Havens is also done.
8:14
Kelly Mann with major damage is done for the night. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:13
Both look to be done.
8:13
Mann and Tanner got the worst of it. Both are done.
8:12
Kelly Mann, Braeden Haves, Tyler Tanner and Ron Eaton.
8:12
YELLOW FLAG: Several cars tangle off turn four.
8:11
Lap 84: Fraser holds the lead as Naima Lang takes third.
8:10
GREEN FLAG: Back racing on lap 83:
8:10
Helmuth got the free pass.
8:10
Outside the top 10: Mann, Wells, Moore, Eaton, Schultz Jr, Wanat, Sawin, Philpott, Lathrup, Dana and Helmuth as they run on the track.
8:08
19 laps to halfway.
8:08
Tom Berrow did not drive away and will be coming in on the hook.
8:07
Sixth to tenth: Thomas, Archer, Sauls, Tanner and Havens.
8:06
Lap 79: Top Five: Fraser, Gomez, Schmidt, Lang and Harding.
8:06
John Zaretzke on pit road after damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:04
John Zaretzke was up in the top five.
8:04
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 77: John Zaretzke spins and Tom Berrow pounds him.

8:02
Lap 74: Korbin Thomas moves to seventh.
8:01
Lap 71: Naima Lang is back in fifth trying to more back up.
8:01
Lap 70: Eric Schmidt comes to third and up to fourth is Zaretzke
8:00
Lap 70: Fraser gets a good start and takes the lead back on the outside.
7:59
GREEN FLAG: Lap 70: Jonathon Gomez leads the field back to racing.
7:59
One lap to green.
7:58
Working lap 67.
7:57
Top 10: Jonathon Gomez, Jason Fraser, Naima Lang, Eric Schmidt, Pete Harding, John Zaretzke, Jay Sauls, Garrett Archer, Tyler Tanner, and Braeden Havens.

7:54
YELLOW FLAG: Lap 63: John Lathrup spins and Molly Helmuth slows to avoid.

7:53
Lap 62: Jessica Dana has returned
7:53
Sixth on back: John Zaretzke, Jay Sauls, Garrett Archer, Tyler Tanner, Korbin Thomas, Braeden Havens and Kelly Mann.

7:51
Lap 57: Top Five: Gomez, Fraser, Lang, Schmidt and Harding.
7:51
Lap 56: Tommy Rasmussen returns after several laps on pit road.
7:51
Trouble for Blake Williams as he falls off the pace and hits pit road.
7:50
Lap 54: Naima Lang moves to third and is closing up on Fraser who is in second.
7:49
Lap 53: Fraser gets a good start and stays with Gomez.
7:49
GREEN FLAG: Lap 52: We are racing again as Jonathon Gomez takes the pack to turn one.
7:48
One lap to green.
7:47
The 34th Annual Superseal Slinger Nationals presented by Miller Lite will honor short track legend Dick Trickle with a 199-lap event event that will pay $9,999 to win and $999 to start on Tuesday, July 2. The best Super Late Model drivers in the Midwest will challenge the World’s Fastest ¼-mile oval to win this historical event that Trickle help create. Advance tickets are on sale now by visiting www.slingersuperspeedway.com.
7:47
We are now working lap 50.
7:46
Lap 48: YELLOW FLAG: Jessica Dana stops on the track in turn three.
7:46
Lap 47: Lang goes around Schmidt to take fourth.
7:44
Lap 45: Gomez gets the lead as Blake Williams goes to third.
7:44
Ryan Philpott pitted under yellow.
7:44
GREEN FLAG: Back to Racing on lap 45.
7:44
One lap to green.
7:43
11th on back: Havens, Thomas, Moor, eTanner, Berrow, Rob Schultz Jr., and Wells.
7:41
YELLOW FLAG: Tom Moriarity goes into the wall in turn one.
7:41
Top 10: Gomez, Fraser, Schmidt, Williams, Lang, Harding, Archer, Sauls, Mann and Zaretzke.
7:40
Back in the pack Ron Eaton gets into the wall a bit.
7:40
Still a lot of sunlight left here at Evergreen. The track will get more shade in the second half of the race.
7:39
John Zaretzke started 18th and has worked his way to 10th.
7:39
Top Five: Gomez, Fraser, Schmidt, Williams, and Lang.
7:38
Track bar broke on the 73 of Lewis.
7:38
It looks to be more then a tire for Lewis.
7:38
Lap 33: Lewis has lost at least two laps in the pits.
7:37
Gomez leads Fraser and Schmidt.
7:37
It might be a flat tire for Gary Lewis.
7:36
Lewis then goes backwards.
7:36
Lap 29: Gomez gets a good start and Gary Lewis goes to P2.
7:35
GREEN FLAG: Lap 28: Back to racing.
7:35
Both cars are out of the race.
7:35
One lap to green.
7:34
Kelly Admiraal;s car with damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:34
Top 10): Gomez, Fraser, Lewis, Williams, Schmidt, Lang, Harding, Mann, Archer and Sauls.
7:32
Admiraal drove to Turn three and stopped.
7:32
YELLOW FLAG: Kelly Admiraal and Rob Angus get messed up in the turn one area.

7:31
Lap 22: about 1/4 of the track is in the shade and the rest is in the sun.
7:29
Lap 20: Eaton and Wells are not charging much any more and are inside the top 25 at best.
7:28
Naima Lang moves up to sixth as Harding slips up.
7:28
The 73 car of Lewis pushes up badly in the first turn. He is trying hard to stay in third.
7:27
Tommy Rasmussen pits.
7:27
Braeden Havens cracks the top 10.
7:26
Lap 14: Gomez leads Fraser, Lewis and Williams.
7:26
We are not sure if Eaton lost a lap.
7:26
Eaton is coming from the back of the pack as is the 5 or Ryan Wells who also pitted.
7:25
Gomez leads Fraser and Lewis.
7:25
Lap 11: Gomez uses the high lane to take the lead.
7:24
GREEN FLAG: We are racing.
7:23
One lap to green.
7:23
Eaton will come back out.
7:23
10 laps down and 190 to go.
7:22
Eaton has lost a lap.
7:22
Ron Eaton has pitted under this yellow.
7:22
Top 10: Fraser, Gomez, Lewis, Williams, Schmidt, Harding, Mann, Lang, Saulas, and Archer.
7:21
The track is clear and engines have fired again.
7:18
Both drivers are ok.
7:17
Andy Sole (#20) and Rod Schultz Sr. (#195) after the wreck in turn one. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:15
We are going red.
7:15
Both cars have major damage.
7:15
YELLOW FLAG: Andy Sole spins hits the turn one wall and collects Rob Schultz Sr.

7:13
Lap 8: Pete Harding takes sixth from Kelly Mann.
7:13
Lap 5: Sixth on back is Mann, Harding, Lang, Sauls and Eaton.
7:12
Lap 4: Fraser is leading this one in the early stages.
7:12
Lap 3: Blake Williams rides fourth and Eric Schmidt runs fifth.
7:11
Fraser leads Gomez, and Lewis.
7:11
Lap 2: Lots of give and take as drivers settle in for the long race.
7:10
Lap 1: It's a clean start as Jason Fraser leads lap one.
7:10
GREEN FLAG: The Coors Light Summer Showdown is underway.
7:10
Here we go.
7:10
One lap to green.
7:09
Fans salute the best in the west as they roll by.
7:09
We are on the wave lap.
7:06
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7:05
We are moving on the parade laps.
7:05
The crowd is ready for this one and everyone is up and cheering.
7:04
Five parade laps and we will be racing.
7:04
Engines have fired.
7:04
Comment From Guest 

Best of luck to flyn ryan wells. Drive fast and safe.

7:02
200 laps and $12,000 to the winner is about to take place in the Second Annual Coors Light Summer Showdown.
7:01
Comment From Guest 

Rooting for flyn ry

6:59
Drivers are now climbing into their cars.
6:58
Comment From Heather May 

best of luck to all the drivers. Have fun and drive safe!

6:57
A big crowd here at Evergreen. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:57
Roger Fisher from Heart will perform the national anthem.
6:56
The Canadian National Anthem has been sung.
6:55
Comment From Steve Reynolds 

Ok. Yes G L to all INSSA drivers. Pulling for ya all the way down here in central CA. Wish I was there.

6:53
Comment From Joe 

Good luck #22 you got this..

6:50
Driver intros are about to wrap up.
6:49
Comment From Guest

Good Luck to all of our INSSA drivers!

6:48
Comment From Heather May

Good Luck Ryan Wells! Pulling for you from Bozeman Montana!

6:48
70 year-old Ron Eaton was just introduced to crowd with a loud cheer. Eaton is unofficially the winningest driver in the Northwest.
6:35
Comment From Steve Reynolds

Good luck to Braeden Havens n Blake Williams.

6:35
The pre-race ceremonies have begun and track is making a statement they want this race to be the biggest, richest and best in the Northwest. The fans are enthusiastic about the future of the Summer Showdown.
6:32
Blake Williams and Gary Lewis talk about how things went last year. Lewis lasted just a few laps. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:31
Jonathon Gomez (right) chats with Eric Schmidt before the race.
6:29
Most drivers are walking around with bottles of water to stay hydrated. It's been warm here, but not super hot. 200 laps is a long contest here at Evergreen.
6:27
Comment From Lenny

Go Molly Helmuth

6:26
We are a few minutes from driver intros.
6:23
Even the track mascot Racey Raccoon is signing for fans. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:21
Tyler Tanner is gaining fan quickly by handing out fans. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:20
Fans meet the drivers before the race.
6:19
The winner tonight gets this trophy. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:16
Maybe a second win in a row for Pete Harding. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:15
Cars lined up on the grid. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:11
31 Super Late Models will take the green tonight here at Evergreen. Jeff Knight will not start after crashing on the heat last night.
6:09
Maybe the Five Star ride with Jonathon Gomez will be a winner tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:04
Less then an hour from Coors Light Summer Showdown.
6:01
Cody Walker got a little more then a dent in the door. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:58
Thompson's winning car with damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:55
We are heading to victory lane.
5:54
All drivers are ok.
5:54
Top Three as it's seen on the board: Rick Thompson, Cody Walker and Bud Rumsey.
5:53
Thompson slammed his fist on the roof of the Cody Walker machine after all three cars tangle down in turn one.
5:52
Not sure what or who will come to victory lane.
5:52
Thompson, Walker and Bud Ramsey all wreck down in turn one.
5:52
Lap 40: Thompson wins in a side-by-side finish as Walker gets second.
5:51
White Flag.
5:51
Walker moves up to the back bumper.
5:50
Two laps to go.
5:50
Lap 37: Walker now looks to close in on Rick Thompson.
5:50
Walker has it as he and Rumsey go high in turn one.
5:50
Walker challenges for second.
5:49
Cody Walker has moved up to third.
5:49
Five laps to go.
5:49
Ramsey can get off the corner real well.
5:49
Lap 34: Thompson leads as Bud Ramsey pulls up to challenge.
5:48
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing.
5:47
Hopefully clean up will be only one more lap.
5:41
Officials are checking the track for fluid.
5:40
Seven laps left to settle this one.
5:38
Fan Northwest standout Garrett Evans will be running the Slinger Nationals next week.Speed51.com will have live coverage next week.
5:37
33 laps down.
5:37
YELLOW FLAG: Max Schroeder and Toby Becker touch and Becker goes into the turn one wall.
5:36
Lap traffic is right in front of the leaders.
5:36
Lap 32: The dogfight is on for the lead.
5:36
Lap 31: Rumsey is moving in on the leader.
5:35
It's Rick Thompson, Bud Rumsey and Eddie Secord up front.
5:34
Becker goes to third.
5:33
15 laps to go.
5:32
Lap 23: Secord is all over Becker for the third. spot.
5:31
Lap 20: Bud Rumsey goes to second around Toby Becker.
5:31
The crowd in the stands is growing. We are 90 minutes from the main event and it's already very strong.
5:30
Lap 17: Cody Walker rides fifth as the front line works a few slower cars.
5:29
Lap 15: Lead Change and Rick Thompson goes to the point.
5:28
Toby Becker is the leader.
5:28
Just as we say that Thompson breaks and goes to the pits.
5:28
Steve Thompson is gone into the Washington afternoon.
5:27
GREEN FLAG: Back to racing.
5:27
Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth, David Ragan, Kenny Wallace, Joe & John Hunter Nemechek and more will join ARCA Midwest Tour regulars Jonathan Eilen, Nathan Haseleu, Dan Fredrickson and others in a 150-lap Super Late Model event on the historic Milwaukee Mile to benefit the MACC Fund on July 8-9. Last year, Travis Sauter held off Chase Elliott to win the Howie Lettow Memorial 150 event.

There will be a special pre-race party on Monday, July 8 featuring music from 38 Special. Tickets are on sale now at www.arcafest.com.

5:26
Top Five: S. Thompson, Becker, Bud Rumsey, R.Thompson, and Secord.
5:25
YELLOW FLAG: Ken Chandler stops in turn three.
5:24
Rick Thompson is fourth and Eddie Secord runs fifth.
5:23
Lap 7: Thompson clears and Becker is back to second.
5:23
Lap 6: Steve Thompson goes low and leads Toby Becker at the line.
5:22
Lap 6: Leaders are working over lap traffic.
5:22
Lap 5: Becker leads Steve Thompson, Bud Rumsey and Cody Walker.
5:21
Lap 4: Rumsey went for the lead and almost tangled with Becker.
5:20
Lap 3: Bud Rumsey is up to second.
5:20
Lap 2: Toby Becker leads the field.
5:20
They went three wide into turn one and made it work.
5:19
GREEN FLAG: We are racing.
5:19
Two laps to green.
5:18
The track has said this is their first time on the big track here at Evergreen.
5:17
The front row is made up of two 15-year-old drivers.
5:16
Pro 4 Alliance Starting Lineup
1 29 Max Schroeder
2 59 Alex Peck
3 96 Cody Walker
4 07 Toby Becker
5 16 Rick Thompson
6 11 Bud Rumsey
7 77 Eric Secord
8 03 Scott Thompson
9 35 Scott Beaudoin
10 65 Eric Kaas
11 2 Johnny Rumsey
12 15 Gracin Raz
13 87 Ken Chandler
14 09 Scott Graf
15 18 Scott Raver
16 33 Karl Fredrickson
17 14 Shelby Minor-Ball
18 32 Jeff Raver
19 17 Jeff Jones
20 27 Ron Grosvenor
21 00 Mike Miller
22 21 Jerry Koepping
23 2SSS Dwight Waterbury
24 27SS Ross Jones
5:16
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5:16
Driver intros are in the books and engines have fired.
5:12
This race is 40 laps.
5:10
The Pro 4 Field. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:04
Super Late Models are starting to pass over the scales.
5:03
The Pro 4 Alliance cars are coming out to the grid now.
5:01
We are two hours from the main event.
5:00
Can he make it two for two? Pete Harding is looking to take another big payday out of here after he won the Coors Light Summer Showdown last season.
4:59
Gary Lewis is a former Montana 200, Idaho 200 and he hopes this event tonight.
4:58
We will have our first feature of the day in about 15 minutes.
4:49
Tonight's pole sitter Jason Fraser will look to add a victory to his trophy case after he won the 2009 Apple Cup.
4:46
The North side of the pits won the dodge ball game.
4:40
"If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball." (Speed51.com Photo)
4:35
Crew members are taking part in a pre-race dodge ball game at the start-finish line. Last year during a weather delay they did this and it has now become a tradition.
4:20
Super Late Model will be getting in the tech line in just a few minutes.
4:17
The invert for the Pro 4 Alliance Race was an eight.
4:16
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4:16
Starting Lineup Pro 4 Alliance Race - 40 Laps

1 29 Max Schroeder
2 59 Alex Peck
3 96 Cody Walker
4 07 Toby Becker
5 16 Rick Thompson
6 11 Bud Rumsey
7 77 Eric Secord
8 03 Scott Thompson
9 35 Scott Beaudoin
10 65 Eric Kaas
11 2 Johnny Rumsey
12 15 Gracin Raz
13 87 Ken Chandler
14 09 Scott Graf
15 18 Scott Raver
16 33 Karl Fredrickson
17 14 Shelby Minor-Ball
18 32 Jeff Raver
19 17 Jeff Jones
20 27 Ron Grosvenor
21 00 Mike Miller
22 21 Jerry Koepping
23 2SSS Dwight Waterbury
24 27SS Ross Jones
4:14
Pro 4 Alliance Time Trial Results

1 03 Scott Thompson 23.380
2 77 Eric Secord 23.726
3 11 Bud Rumsey 23.809
4 16 Rick Thompson 23.908
5 96 Cody Walker 23.936
6 07 Toby Becker 23.936
7 59 Alex Peck 24.416
8 29 Max Schroeder 24.464
9 35 Scott Beaudoin 24.498
10 65 Eric Kaas 24.784
11 2 Johnny Rumsey 24.859
12 15 Gracin Raz 24.921
13 87 Ken Chandler 24.989
14 09 Scott Graf 25.076
15 18 Scott Raver 25.291
16 33 Karl Fredrickson 25.348
17 14 Shelby Minor-Ball 25.708
18 32 Jeff Raver 25.827
19 17 Jeff Jones 25.827
20 27 Ron Grosvenor 26.090
21 00 Mike Miller 26.206
22 21 Jerry Koepping 26.524
23 2SSS Dwight Waterbury 26.883
24 27SS Ross Jones 28.158
4:02
5:15pm is the next on track event with the Pro 4 race.
3:41
We are taking a quick break while fans make their way into the track.
3:31
Fans get treated to some live music here at Evergreen Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:25
Pre-race activities are starting with a local band playing for the fans.
3:24
Kelly Admiraal hopes for big solid run tonight.
3:20
Race time is 7pm for the Super Late Models.
3:19
After a few basic questions the meeting has ended.
3:15
Lap cars are directed to stay low.
3:14
The track has a hard 10pm curfew.
3:14
There will be no reentry to the track under five laps go.
3:13
The break will take place at 100, or after lap 95. Five minutes will be the time from the last car making it to their pit stall.
3:09
No free pass in the final 10 laps.
3:07
There will be a free pass tonight during each caution.
3:07
There will be a break lap at lap 100 for four tires.
3:07
The 200-lap race will count yellow flag laps.
3:07
Drivers listen to the Race Director. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:04
Super Late Model drivers meeting is now taking place.
3:01
We will have the rundown when it is available.
3:01
Steve Thompson is the fastest in time trials over Eddie Secord.
3:01
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The ARCA Midwest Tour is at Marshfield Motor Speedway (WI) for the Marshfield 100:
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2:55
About five cars left to go.
2:54
Top Five in Pro 4 Alliance Time Trials: Steve Thompson, Eddie Secord, Rick Thompson, Toby Becker and Alex Peck.
2:50
The Pro 4 Alliance cars will go 40-laps tonight before the big 200-lap Super Late Model event.
2:48
One of the most prestigious Super Late Model events in the country celebrates its 30th running in 2013. It’s the World Crown 300 at Jefferson, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park. The World Crown winners’ list reads like a who’s-who in short track racing and drivers from throughout the country will try to etch their name into World Crown history on July 4 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visitwww.racegmp.com
2:46
Steve Thompson now goes to the top of chart in time trials.
2:45
Eddie Secord is the fastest car so far.
2:43
Speedway Illustrated Publisher Karl Frederickson is running the number 33 Pro 4 car this weekend.
2:32
Pro 4 Qualifying is underway we will have a report after time trials.
2:28
Bud Rumsey in his Pro 4 car. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:26
Rob Schultz Jr. at speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:15
The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association. More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400. Visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com‬‬ for more.
2:14
John Zaretzke in practice today. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:02
The Rest of Today's Schedule
2pm – Summer Showdown 200 Tech Opens
2:30pm – Qualifying – Pro 4 Alliance Series
3pm – Summer Showdown Super Late Model Drivers Meeting
3:45 – LCQ Driver Introduction
4pm – Last Chance Qualifier Race (Scheduled for 50-laps – 5/8-mile)
4:50pm – Dodge Ball Event
5:15 – Pro 4 Alliance Main Event
6:10pm – Summer Showdown Super Late Models Roll Out (or immediately after Pro 4 race)
6:30pm – Opening Ceremonies (Driver Intro – National Anthem as Drivers buckle in)
7:00pm – Drivers Start your Engines for the 2013 Coors Light Summer Showdown presented by NAPA Auto Parts Super Late Model 200 on the 5/8-mile
2:02
A couple of cars took a few extra lap in final preparation for tonight's events.
1:58
Pro 4 Qualifying will be up at the bottom of the next hour.
1:52
Steve Thompson and Bud Rumsey are the former winners here at Evergreen in the Pro 4 Alliance Racing Series.
1:48
Bud Rumsey is on top of speed chart in the Pro 4 practice.
1:47
Kelly Admiraal was up to fourth quick in the last practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:44
Coors Light Summer Showdown Final Practice

1 31 Jason Fraser 22.889
2 39 Pete Harding 23.114
3 20 Jay Sauls 23.147
4 8 Kelly Admiraal 23.288
5 73 Gary Lewis 23.314
6 5 Garrett Archer 23.378
7 51 John Zaretzke 23.378
8 5 Ryan Wells 23.388
9 16 Blake Williams 23.391
10 00 Naima Lang 23.392
11 05 Eric Scmidt 23.400
12 9 Kelly Mann 23.422
13 65 Tyler Tanner 23.429
14 20 Andy Sole 23.539
15 86 Tom Berrow 23.545
16 22 Jonathan Gomez 23.623
17 7 Ron Eaton 23.629
18 19 Korbin Thomas 23.655
19 21 Rob Angus 23.721
20 52 Ryan Philpott 23.743
21 89 Doni Wanat 23.952
22 83 Braeden Havens 23.955
23 88 Tom Moriarity 24.089
24 12 Jessica Dana 24.152
25 22 John Lathrup 24.217
26 195 Rob Schultz Sr. 24.292
27 1x Rob Schultz Jr. 24.328
28 92 Tommy Rasmussen 26.884
29 90 Molly Helmuth 31.229
1:34
Late Model practice is now over. Jason Fraser was the quickest over Pete Harding.
1:22
Pro 4 Alliance cars will have one more practice following this Super Late Model finale.
1:18
We are back green on the track.
1:17
We are Yellow for a spin on the track. We did not see who it was, but all cars are rolling.
1:16
We told that this track had some history. Derek Cope, Chad Little, Bill Elliott, and Bill Sedgwick all have something in common as they all won 500 lap races here at Evergreen Speedway (WA). Little won here three times in a 500 lap event.
1:11
Jason Fraser goes to the top of the charts in this the final practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:10
Pro 4 Alliance Roster
1 00 Mike Miller
2 35 Scott Beaudoin
3 29 Max Schroeder
4 77 Eric Secord
5 14 Shelby Minor-Ball
6 2 Johnny Rumsey
7 11 Bud Rumsey
8 21 Jerry Koepping
9 65 Eric Kaas
10 96 Cody Walker
11 32 Jeff Raver
12 18 Scott Raver
13 06 Jim Mckay
14 16 Rick Thompson
15 15 Gracin Raz
16 33 Karl Fredrickson
17 87 Ken Chandler
18 07 Toby Becker
19 27 Ron Grosvenor
20 99 CJ Halley
21 17 Jeff Jones
22 59 Alex Peck
1:07
Practice Round One for Super Late Models

1 16 Blake Williams 23.391
2 51 John Zaretzke 23.554
3 73 Gary Lewis 23.612
4 05 Eric Scmidt 23.754
5 31 Jason Fraser 23.763
6 20 Jay Sauls 23.771
7 22 Jonathan Gomez 23.787
8 00 Naima Lang 23.787
9 65 Tyler Tanner 23.801
10 9 Kelly Mann 23.884
11 89 Doni Wanat 23.960
12 8 Kelly Admiraal 24.039
13 88 Tom Moriarity 24.089
14 5 Garrett Archer 24.168
15 12 Jessica Dana 24.201
16 195 Rob Schultz Sr. 24.292
17 1x Rob Schultz Jr. 24.328
18 86 Tom Berrow 24.473
19 19 Korbin Thomas 24.560
20 22 John Lathrup 25.521
1:02
Late Models are out for their third and final practice. We just got times from the last round. We'll have them up in a few minutes.
12:59
Pro 4 practice has ended. Each division will get one more round before race time.
12:47
Eric Secord is the fastest Pro 4 car right now. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:39
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12:39
This track measures at .646 making it a 5/8th's oval. The 200 lap distance today will make up 129.2 miles which is only 21 miles less then that of the distance of the Snowball Derby.
12:36
Pro 4 Late Models are back on the track for practice.
12:34
We will see if that is a difference in the closing laps.
12:34
Comment From TerribleTim68 

oh, 51 of Zaretzke and 70 of Knight also crates.

12:34
Comment From TerribleTim68 

FYI - 00, 89, 1, 22, 16, 88, 90, 1, 195 12 all run crate engine. 😉

12:32
Practice has come to an end.
12:21
10 minutes left in this practice.
12:19
John Zaretzke is second and Gary Lewis is third.
12:18
Blake Williams is on top of the chart right now.
12:17
Jason Fraser comes off the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:14
A quick adjustment on the 00 of Niama Lang. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:11
The pole sitter Jason Fraser has not yet been on track, but the team is getting the car ready for action.
12:08
The first few minutes of practice have been very busy. About 20 cars or do have been on the track.
12:04
Super Late Models are back on the track.
12:04
Cars line up for second practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:03
Jay Sauls gets ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:01
Korbin Thomas sets the pressures in his Late Model. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:55
Johnny Rumsey with a square back rear end looks more like an Outlaw car from Michigan.
11:52
Some of the bodies on the Pro 4 cars are a bit radical. We will share some pics soon.
11:47
Seven guys are working to load up the Jon Bender car that wrecked hard in practice yesterday. Even with 31 cars staring there were several stories of as to how some cars didn't show or had problems. The field could have been 40 real easy.
11:45
Just to refresh on rules tonight. 200 laps for the Super Late Models. Break at lap 100 for four tires and yellow laps do count.
11:44
There was already a little paint trading in the heat races last night. We can expect more today in the 200 lap feature.
11:41
The have over 20 cars here.
11:41
The Pro 4 cars sound like the V6 Grand National cars that became the Nationwide Series cars.
11:35
The Pro 4 cars are rolling out next for practice.
11:34
The Kelly Mann machine did not practice from what we saw. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:28
We are going to head to the pits to get more info and photos after this round. .
11:26
The Pro 4 Race will be 40 laps.
11:25
Then the Pro 4's will have the track.
11:25
There are five minutes left in practice.
11:25
Rob Angus is the lone car on the track right now.
11:23
The 34th Annual Superseal Slinger Nationals presented by Miller Lite will honor short track legend Dick Trickle with a 199-lap event event that will pay $9,999 to win and $999 to start on Tuesday, July 2. The best Super Late Model drivers in the Midwest will challenge the World’s Fastest ¼-mile oval to win this historical event that Trickle help create. Advance tickets are on sale now by visiting www.slingersuperspeedway.com.
11:21
Jessica Dana is out making laps after a long day here yesterday. From reports by other we heard she had a run in with a car on pit road badly damaging a fender. They got this fixed and will look to charge from the back tonight.
11:17
Some teams don't look to be in a rush to get on the track. It is cooler this morning, but the conditions are still not going to be like that of race time when we go green at 7pm tonight.
11:14
Tom Moriarity is the Super Late Model point leader coming into the Coors Light Summer Showdown. He has a win and two second-place runs in four starts.
11:12
Andy Sole in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:11
From the information we have been given from the track Blake Williams in the 16 is the lone Ford in the field. The rest are Chevrolet.
11:10
Rob Schultz Sr. is also making laps.
11:09
Jay Sauls, Tom Moriarity and Braeden Havens are now also on the track.
11:08
Super Late Models will be back for 100 laps on July 13th, 75 laps on July 27th, 125 laps on August 17th, 100 laps on August 31st, and for the season finale on September 14th. Visit www.EvergreenSpeedway.com for more info.
11:05
Practice is underway as Tyler Tanner is the first and lone car on the Speedway.
11:01
Late Model practice is about to kick things off here at the track today.
10:57
Gary Lewis at speed here yesterday. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:55
One of the Pro 4 cars in the pits. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:44
There is no last chance race for the Super Late Models.
10:43
Today's Schedule
8:30am – Back Gates open (Pro 4 Alliance pit on 3/8-mile)
10am– Pro 4 Alliance Drivers Meeting
11- 2pm – Practice 5/8-mile – (Alternating through LCQ Super Late Models; All Super Late Models and Pro 4 Alliance)
12:30pm – Last Chance Qualifying (LCQ)Tech Opens
2pm – Summer Showdown 200 Tech Opens
2:30pm – Qualifying – Pro 4 Alliance Series
3pm – Summer Showdown Super Late Model Drivers Meeting
3:45 – LCQ Driver Introduction
4pm – Last Chance Qualifier Race (Scheduled for 50-laps – 5/8-mile)
4:50pm – Dodge Ball Event
5:15 – Pro 4 Alliance Main Event
6:10pm – Summer Showdown Super Late Models Roll Out (or immediately after Pro 4 race)
6:30pm – Opening Ceremonies (Driver Intro – National Anthem as Drivers buckle in)
7:00pm – Drivers Start your Engines for the 2013 Coors Light Summer Showdown presented by NAPA Auto Parts Super Late Model 200 on the 5/8-mile
10:41
Crew members and drivers play a kick ball game that helped raise money for cancer research. For more info visit www.kick-it.org
10:34
The 70 of Jeff Knight badley damaged his car in a wreck during his heat race last night.  We do not see the 70 on the ground yet this morning.
10:33
Starting Lineup for the Coors Light Summer Showdown
1 31 Jason Fraser
2 22 Jonathan Gomez
3 73 Gary Lewis
4 16 Blake Williams
5 05 Eric Scmidt
6 39 Pete Harding
7 9 Kelly Mann
8 00 Naima Lang
9 20 Jay Sauls
10 7 Ron Eaton
11 83 Braeden Havens
12 5 Ryan Wells
13 5 Garrett Archer
14 19 Korbin Thomas
15 16 Daniel Moore
16 88 Tom Moriarity
17 20 Andy Sole
18 51 John Zaretzke
19 65 Tyler Tanner
20 86 Tom Berrow
21 8 Kelly Admiraal
22 21 Rob Angus
23 1x Rob Schultz Jr.
24 195 Rob Schultz Sr.
25 70 Jeff Knight
26 52 Ryan Philpott
27 1 Shane Sawin
28 89 Doni Wanat
29 12 Jessica Dana
30 22 John Lathrup
31 92 Tommy Rasmussen
32 90 Molly Helmuth
10:33
Our count for the Pro 4's is now at 22.
10:30
The Pro 4 cars are unloading and our early count showed some 18 cars in the pits. Since we have returned to the tower several more rolled in.
10:29
Who will be the big winner here today at Evergreen?
10:14
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10:11
Last night we had heat races to set the lineups and features for the local cars. We will have a Pro 4 Alliance event here that will serve as the under card for the event.
10:09
Good morning and welcome to Evergreen Speedway (WA) for the Coors Light Summer Showdown Super Late Model event. Today is the richest race in the Northwest as today's winner will pocket $12,000 for the victory and each car will get $1,000 to start.
10:05
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