11:44
Thanks for logging on to Speed51.com for our coverage of the 10th running of the Summer Sizzler at New Paris Speedway. 
11:43
10th Annual Summer Sizzler
RESULTS

1 25 JR Roahrig
2 42 Brian Ross
3 24 Tyler Roahrig
4 8 Phil Bozell
5 35 Bobby Stremme
6 93 Doug True
7 0 Ron Maynard, Jr.
8 95 Steve Stacy
9 2 Mike Kugler
10 5 Jeff Ganus
11 16 Teddy Christopher
12 83 Andy Bozell
13 1 John Delarye
14 17 Cory Ryman
15 32 Josh Sommers
16 32x Corey Pressler
17 71 Harold Fair, Jr.
18 4 Adam Terry
19 21 Terry VanHaitsma
20 32 John Long
21 55 Jack Landis
22 13 Robbie Ferrier
11:39
Complete rundown coming soon. 
11:39
J.R. Roahrig in victory lane. 10th winner in as many years.
11:37
Comment From Rob Liedel 

For 100 laps, that took a long time. Congrats to JR and Tyler. Pretty cool to go one, two like that. 

11:36
Comment From guest 

WOW good race. Kalamazoo Klash is going to be awsome, cant wait 

11:36
Comment From Guest 

nice job JR 

11:36
Comment From Guest 

Congrats to Bobby Stremme on a top 5 after some issues early in the race 

11:34
Comment From Guest 

Nice nite for the Roahrigs! Congrats 

11:33
CHECKERED FLAG: J.R. Roahrig wins the 10th annual Summer Sizzler at New Paris. 6 cars finish on the lead lap. 
11:32
Lap 98: 2 to go. 
11:32
Lap 97: Roahrig has caught the 7th place car of Maynard and will try to put him a lap down. He did. 
11:32
Lap 95: Five to go signal has been given. 
11:31
Lap 92: Roahrig, Roahrig, Ross, Stremme, P Bozell the top five. 
11:30
Lap 90: Ten to go. Roahrig has cleared the heavy traffic. 
11:30
Lap 89: TC just went down a lap. Sommers to the infield. 
11:30
Lap 87: Kugler, TC, and Stacy next to go a lap down. 
11:29
Lap 85: Roahrig is in a class of his own. Just needs to avoid problems with traffic. 
11:28
Lap 82: J.R. Roahrig in heavy traffic. Lapping Ryman, Ganus, and A Bozell. 
11:28
Lap 80: P Bozell, Sommers, and True are trying to follow suit. Bozell did. 
11:28
Lap 79: Stremme goes to the highside and is working into 4th. He takes the spot. 
11:27
Lap 77: 4th-8th looks like a possible next caution… 
11:26
Lap 72: Maynard has his hands full in fourth right now. Stremme, Bozell, Sommers, and True are right behind him. 
11:25
Lap 69: Fair drops off the pace and heads to the outside pits. 
11:25
Comment From rjc motorsports 

time for releif flag man lol! 

11:24
Lap 63: Roahrig has set sail again. His son, Tyler, is a distant second. Ross, Maynard, and Stremme are in the top five. Sommers, P Bozell, True, Stacy, and Christopher are in the top ten. 
11:23
Lap 59: Stremme takes fifth from Sommers. Phil Bozell will follow. 
11:23
RESTART Lap 56: The Roahrigs again go out front as Ross drops to third. 
11:22
Roahrig and Ross again will start up front. Time for a long green flag run, I think. 
11:20
CAUTION Lap 56: Ganus spins in turn two. Solo car spin. 
11:20
RESTART Lap 54: Roahrig goes back out front with his son in second. 
11:19
Make that 5, as Fair is back out on the track. 
11:19
Despite the unbelievable number of cautions, only 6 cars have retired from the event so far. 
11:18
Roahrig, T Roahrig, Ross, Maynard, Sommers, Stacy, Stremme, P Bozell, Ganus, Pressler, Christopher, True, Delarye, Kugler, A Bozell, Ryman is the rundown. 
11:17
CAUTION Lap 54: A piece of pipe was laying in turn four. 
11:16
The halfway mark is officially complete. And though you can’t hear it, the crowd gave a sarcastic cheer. 
11:15
RESTART Lap 49: The Roahrigs resume in the top two spots. 
11:15
Roahrig/Ross
T Roahrig/Sommers
Maynard/Stacy
P Bozell/Stremme
Ganus/Pressler 
11:13
The cone is about to come back out. 
11:10
One starts to wonder if fuel, or lack therof, will come into play. 
11:09
Comment From Kim 

This is nuts! Settle down and race boys! 

11:09
RESTART Lap 49: Caution again as Ryman and Kugler got together in turn one. 
11:08
Avoiding any problems, J.R. Roahrig clearly has the car to beat. However, with all the yellows and restarts, anything can happen. One til green. 
11:07
One lap from the halfway mark. Crew picking up debris before the restart. 
11:06
Roahrig/Ross
Roahrig/Sommers
Maynard/Ganus
P Bozell/Stacy
Christopher/Kugler 
11:05
Ross, Maynard, and Sommers are in 3rd-5th. 
11:04
Andy Bozell has gone pitside for a left rear tire that went flat. Pressler went to the outside pit with problems. That puts the two Roahrig cars in first and second. 
11:03
CAUTION Lap 49: Pressler and Bozell were still locked up side by side and Tyler Roahrig joined the battle. Roahrig and Pressler made contact as Pressler slowed in turn four. Pressler spun. 
11:00
Lap 46: Andy Bozell races to the outside of Pressler for second. 
11:00
Lap 44: Roahrig continues to extend his lead while the rest of the field is bumper to bumper. 
10:59
Lap 40: Bozell looked low on Pressler, but the door was slammed shut on him heading into three. 
10:59
J.R. is pulling away. Lead is up to nearly a straightaway. Tyler Roahrig up to fourth. Ross is slipping back. 
10:58
Lap 36: Roahrig, Pressler, Andy Bozell, Ross, and Tyler Roahrig the top five. 
10:57
RESTART Lap 31: Roahrig back out front with Pressler dropping into second in front of Andy Bozell. 
10:56
This one has been rough but we are ready to try it again. 
10:54
I recommend buying some stock in the aluminum industry. There will be plenty purchased in the upcoming week. 
10:52
RESTART Lap 31: Delarye spins heading into one. Stremme and True had no where to go and stopped with him. 
10:52
This time, Pressler has moved to the outside and will restart second. Bozell and Maynard in row two, Ross and Adam Terry in row 3, and Tyler Roahrig and Delarye in row four. 
10:50
This is a race where you can bring out a yellow, go to the back, and after two Madhouse restarts, be back in the top four. 
10:48
CAUTION Lap 31: Steve Stacy stopped on the backstretch and brough out yet another yellow. 
10:48
RESTART Lap 30: Roahrig continues in the lead while Bozell drops into second. 
10:47
JR Roahrig and Andy Bozell are now the front row starters. Ross and Kugler, Tyler Roahrig and Sommers in row three. 
10:45
Before they double up, JR Roahrig, Ross, Tyler Roahrig, Cory Pressler, and Stacy are the top five. A Bozell, Christopher, Kugler, Delarye, and Sommers the top ten. 
10:43
Officially 30 laps are complete. Drivers are being a little too aggressive for this early in the race. Still 70 laps from the finish, but you wouldn’t know it watching this race. 
10:42
RESTART Lap 29: One lap without a problem but as the cars went into turn one, Ganus and Phil Bozell got together, resulting in a spin. 
10:41
JR and Phil
Ganus and Pressler
Ross and Andy Bozell 
10:40
20 car remain on the racetrack. The eighth place car of Phil Bozell was the first to go to the outside of the cone and will restart in second. 
10:39
The Edgerton, Ohio driver has now climbed out of the ride and looks to be done for the night. From 19th to 2nd in 29 laps, the good run is over. 
10:38
Landis has gone into the infield for his crew to look over the Matson racing machine. 
10:37
Landis will be penalized and sent to the tail. 
10:37
Yellow back out. 
10:37
RESTART Lap 29: Roahrig went into the lead. Ganus and Landis made contact for second. 
10:36
JR and Landis, Ganus and Ryman, Ross and Phil, Tyler and Pressler are the top eight. 
10:35
21 of 22 starters are still on the track. Only the #13 of Ferrier has retired. 
10:34
So has VanHaitsma 
10:34
Stremme has come back out again as well. 
10:34
Terry has joined the tail of the field again. 
10:33
Roahrig, Ganus, Ross, T Roahrig, Landis, Christopher, Ryman, Delarye, Maynard, P Bozell, Pressler, Fair, A Bozell, Stacy, True, Kugler, Sommers, and Long is the current rundown. 
10:31
CAUTION Lap 29: Adam Terry and Terry VanHaitsma spin in turn three. Both pull away from the scene. 
10:31
Lap 30: Roahrig has opened up a seven car length lead. 
10:30
The #13 car overheating and parked for the night.
10:30
Landis is on the move. Just took fifth. 
10:30
Lap 25: JR Roahrig, Ganus, Ross, Tyler Roahrig, and Christopher are the top five. 
10:29
RESTART Lap 23: JR and Ganus, Ross and Phil Bozell, TC and Landis, Tyler and Long. 
10:27
Comment From RossFan42 

Ross is in a bobby blount car also 

10:25
RESTART Lap 23: Contact in the top five bunched up the field and Adam Terry and Josh Sommers spun in turn one. 
10:24
Ganus takes the outside of JR Roahrig this time.  Ross and Phil in row two, TC and Ryman in row three, Tyler and Terry in row four, and Sommers and Landis in row five. 
10:23
Bobby Stremme just returned to the track from the outside pits. 
10:22
It is a great crowd at New Paris tonight and these restarts will keep things interesting up until the fat lady sings. 
10:21
That caution hurts last year’s winner Phil Bozell, who had picked up a lot of spots when the cone was placed on the frontstretch the last time. 
10:20
RESTART Lap 23: Doug True and Steve Stacy made contact and immediately brought the yellow back out.
10:19
JR and Phil
Ross and Sommers
Ganus and Stacy
Christopher and True
Tyler and Pressler
are the top ten. 
10:18
Roahrig, who set fast time earlier tonight, is now in the right spot.  The 1/4 mark of this race is close and he has moved out front.  He may run away from the field under green. 
10:16
Robbie Ferrier has also gone into the outside pits. 
10:16
CAUTION Lap 23: Andy Bozell and Mike Kugler tangle in turn one.  Both should be able to continue.  Bobby Stremme has gone pitside.
10:15
Lap 22: JR, Ross, Ganus, Christopher, and Tyler the top five. 
10:15
Lap 20:  JR Roahrig has taken the lead via the outside lane after a two lap battle. 
10:14
GREEN Lap 18: A lot of shuffling midpack but everyone stayed in the right direction. 
10:14
Ross and JR
Ganus and P Bozell
Christopher and Sommers
first three rows.
10:13
Andy Bozell has gone pitside to work on the quarter panel under this caution. 
10:12
I have a feeling we are going to see a wild race once we get a few green flag laps in.  Ross might be a sitting duck with a car that is not handling all that great. 
10:11
The field will now have to take single file formation as they were before they picked lanes the last time. 
10:10
GREEN Lap 18: Back to yellow in turn one as Mike Kugler has spun. 
10:10
Ross and Roahrig
Ganus and Bozell
Christopher and Terry
T Roahrig and True
are the first four rows. 
10:09
Comment From Mod squad

TC will be at Stafford for the SK and NWMT races 

10:09
Once again, these cars may not run with radios or mirrors. 
10:09
The fifth place car of JR Roahrig was the first to go to the high lane.  He will start on the outside of Ross. 
10:08
The cone is about to be applied for the first time in this race.  This may shake things up. 
10:07
Rundown:
Ross
Ganus
Christopher
T Roahrig
JR Roahrig
P Bozell
Ryman
Sommers
Delarye
Stremme
10:07
Comment From cory

lets go tedddy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and does anyone know if he will be at stafford tomorrow 

10:06
CAUTION Lap 18: Corey Pressler and Terry VanHaitsma have a mishap in turn two.  That brings out caution #1.
10:05
Lap 16: 3rd-5th nose to tail and starting to close on the leaders. 
10:04
Lap 12: Two car breakaway with Ganus pressuring hard on the lowside. 
10:04
Comment From Branden Lines

Team Roahrig and Teddy Christopher are all out of the same shop, kuddo’s Bob Blount! 

10:04
Comment From Guest

Go Terry Van Haitsma 

10:04
Comment From Mod squad

Take it to the front Teddy 

10:04
Comment From OTMCHAP

rootin’ for the Rocket … Go Tyler! 

10:03
Lap 9: Ganus is starting to pressure Ross out front.  Ross looks tight. 
10:02
Lap 5: Ross, Ganus, Christopher, T. Roahrig, JR Roahrig top five. 
10:02
Lap 3: Van Haitsma got into the wall but continued on.
10:01
GREEN FLAG: Ross into the lead with Ganus dropping into second. 
10:01
Brian Ross and Jeff Ganus are on the front row and will bring the field to green in one more lap. 
10:00
100 green flag laps, 22 cars, $20,000 to win.  Hold on tight.  This one will be wild.  Who will survive? 
9:58
The starting command has been given, the engines have fired, and the field of 22 Super Late Models are rolling on the pace laps. 
9:57
The drivers are buckled in and the cars are close to being fired up! 
9:56
Comment From Guest 

good luck to Terry VanHaitsma from the Berlin Raceway fans 

9:56
Comment From Mike Ray 

T.C. in the J.B.’s Fish Camp OSL is my pick! 

9:55
Comment From Mike 

Gonna be hard to beat Ross from the pole 

9:52
Comment From Ro 

GO TC! Spank em in your first time on the track and in the car 

9:52
Comment From Rob Liedel 

Harold Fair Jr. is in the show and thats all he needs… 

9:52
The sun has completely set and the track has cooled down.
9:52
Comment From Matt Hall 

Go Get em Kugler! Take that 20k back to Stroh! 

9:51
Comment From #0fan 

really disappointed not to be at the sizzler but saw a whale of a race at anderson on monday 

9:49
Well since the scroll on your mouse is broken…and I am such a great guy, I will post it again.

1 42 Brian Ross
2 5 Jeff Ganus
3 16 Teddy Christopher
4 24 Tyler Roahrig
5 8 Phil Bozell
6 25 JR Roahrig
7 17 Cory Ryman
8 35 Bobby Stremme
9 32 Josh Sommers
10 4 Adam Terry
11 1 John Delarye
12 93 Doug True
13 13 Robbie Ferrier
14 21 Terry VanHaitsma
15 0 Ron Maynard, Jr.
16 83 Andy Bozell
17 71 Harold Fair, Jr.
18 95 Steve Stacy
19 55 Jack Landis
20 32 John Long
21 2 Mike Kugler
22 32x Corey Pressler
9:49
Comment From Marcus 

Do we get a starting line up? 

9:47
The front of the pack that will see the green in moments.
9:46
Here is your field for the 2011 Summer Sizzler.
9:44
Tony Eldridge laying down the ground rules.
9:44
Comment From jonathan martin

go get em rocket!!!!!!! 

9:43
The drivers meet to discuss the rules once again.
9:41
Last year’s winner Phil Bozell looks to become the first repeat winner of this race.
9:38
There will be out of car introductions so stay tuned.  It will probably be 20 minutes or so before the start.  In the meantime, we’ll add some photos. 
9:37
The Summer Sizzler A-Main field is taking formation on the front straightaway. 
9:36
B Feature winner Eddie Santora
9:35
The #0 of McEndarfer got disqualified for going pitside instead of going to tech. 
9:35
Wes, we did not interview the Hurricane but I would assume that he didn’t want to take a chance tearing up the car in the B-Main with no chance to transfer into the A-Main.  He could possibly be running Dixie tomorrow night? 
9:33
Comment From Guest 

getting this rough to win a 1000…wait for the 20,000 to win!!! 

9:33
Sizzler B-Main Finish

1 5s Ed Santora
2 20 Charlie Hanna
3 7 Mike Tutino
4 9 Kenny Whitman
5 41 Brent Jack
6 11 Jeff Bozell
7 30 Craig Everage
8 8 Greg Parr
9 14 Brandon Maynard
10 7 Jason Dietsch
11 81 Tim Kirpeck
12 41 Dave Klein
DQ 0 Dan McEnderfer
9:30
CHECKERED FLAG: Eddie Santora wins the $1,000 B-Main top prize. 
9:29
Lap 46: Santora running away, while Bozell and Hanna battle hard half a straightaway back. 
9:28
RESTART Lap 44: Whitman has come from deep in the field to restart second.  Santora brings the field to green. 
9:27
Jesse, many have.  Somebody still wants to claim the $1,000 in this one. 
9:27
Comment From Jesse 

Take Em To The Hauler! 

9:26
CAUTION BEFORE RESTART On Lap 44: Bozell and Jack take each other out in turn three.
9:25
Santora and Hanna are up front now.  Bozell and Jack are in row two.  These Madhouse restarts make things unpredictable. 
9:24
They are getting a little rough in this B-Main.  Santora is the leader with Bozell, McEndarfer, Hanna, and Tutino in the top five. 
9:22
CAUTION Lap 44:  Everage tried to return the favor to the right rear of Bozell down the backstretch and it cut his left front tire. 
9:21
RESTART Lap 43: Everage and Boxell make contact.  Santora takes the lead. 
9:21
RESTART Lap 43: Bozell and Bozell were not on the same page for the first try. 
9:20
Everage will now have Bozell on the outside lane.  Santora and Hanna in row two. 
9:19
Drivers are preparing to choose their lane once again.  7 green flag laps left. 
9:17
CAUTION Lap 43: The new rundown has Everage, Santora, Bozell, McEndarfer, and Hanna in the top five. 
9:15
RESTART Lap 43:  Jack dropped into second and dropped underneath Whitman in turn one.  The two made contact and spun in front of the field.  Caution back out.  The two will drop to the back. 
9:14
Whitman inside with Jack now outside.  Here we go. 
9:14
Comment From Mike Ray

What a show!Thanks Speed51.com

9:14
Who will take home the big money tonight??
9:13
CAUTION Lap 43:  Whitman leads with Everage, Santora, Bozell, and Jack the top five. 
9:12
Tutino moved over for Bozell and pointed him by.  Moments later, McEndarfer and Tutino got together with a two car synchronized spin. 
9:11
Lap 40: Ten laps remain with Whitman three car lengths ahead. 
9:10
RESTART Lap 38: Whitman back out front and Everage hangs onto second. 
9:10
Whitman and Everage row one, Santora and Hanna row two for the restart.
9:09
It should be noted that no cars will transfer out of the B-Main.  They are racing for $1,000 to win.  The 22 car Summer Sizzler field has already been filled. 
9:07
CAUTION Lap 37: Brent Jack brings out the caution with a spin in turn three.  The hood flew in the air, blocking his view.
9:07
Don’t forget, The Kalamazoo Klash is coming up on Wednesday, August 17th at Kalamazoo Speedway (MI). The prestigious race will feature some of the best Outlaw LM drivers in the country. Also making appearances will be Ross Kenseth, son of NASCAR Cup champ Matt, and former Whelen Modified Tour champ Ted Christopher. Come on out for one of the biggest Outlaw LM shows in the country. 
9:06
Lap 36: Santora all over Whitman out front.  Looking low on the leader. 
9:06
Lap 32:  Santora is slowly, but surely, running down Whitman. 
9:05
Lap 28: Maynard loses 2nd and takes his ride to the pits.  Santora is now second and sets his sights on the leader. 
9:04
HALFWAY: Whitman by 10 car lengths over Maynard.  Maynard has 3rd-5th right behind him. 
9:04
Lap 24:  Jason Dietsch calls it a night. 
9:03
Lap 22: Single file thoughout the field.  Best battle continues between Parr and Bozell. 
9:02
Lap 18: Jeff Bozell working on Parr for 6th. 
9:02
RESTART Lap 13: Whitman remains out front with Maynard and Santora in tow. 
9:01
Craig Everage has chosen the outside lane for the next green flag.  Whitman and Everage, Maynard and Hanna, and Santora and Parr are the top six. 
9:00
The field is again single file with Whitman, Maynard, Everage, Santora, and Tutino in the top five. 
8:58
RESTART Lap 13:  Didn’t stay green long.  Brent Jack and Greg Parr made contact that resulted in a Parr spin.
8:57
The first three drivers went inside, while the fourth place car of Santora will now restart on the outside pole. 
8:56
Whitman, Maynard, Everage, Santora, Tutino, Bozell, Jack, Parr, McEndarfer, Hanna, and Dietsch is the current rundown.
8:54
CAUTION Lap 13: Kirpeck has spun in turn four. 
8:53
Last year’s top qualifier, Brent Jack is starting to move forward.  Coming from the back, Jack is up to 7th. 
8:53
10 Lap Complete 
8:52
Whitman is protecting the bottom with Maynard closely behind.  They are four car lengths ahead of Everage. 
8:51
Most drivers have chosen the inside lane but Charlie Hanna chose the outside and moved all the way up to fourth.  Whitman, Maynard, Everage, Hanna, and Santora are the top five for the restart. 
8:50
Mad House style restarts are taking place in all three races tonight.  Field still rolling under yellow. 
8:48
Whitman leads with Maynard, Everage, Santora, and Tutino in the top five. 
8:48
CAUTION Lap 5: Jason Dietsch and Tim Kirkpeck made contact heading into turn two.  Kirpeck spun. 
8:47
One lap later, Brandon Maynard takes second from Kirpeck on the same sort of move. 
8:46
Exiting turn two on lap two, Kenny Whitman took the lead away on the inside. 
8:46
Green is out and Kirpeck goes into the lead. 
8:46
Tim Kirpeck and Jason Dietsch ready to bring the field to the green. 
8:45
One lap to the green. 
8:45
Check that, officials have sent Dietsch back up onto the outside of row 1. 
8:44
Dietsch has come back onto the track and has joined the tail of the field. 
8:43
The field is set on the wave lap.
8:43
Front row starter Jason Dietsch has taken his ride pitside before the start of the event. 
8:43
The Updated B-Main Line-up

1 81 Tim Kirpeck
2 7 Jason Dietsch
3 9 Kenny Whitman
4 41 Dave Klein
5 14 Brandon Maynard
6 20 Charlie Hanna
7 30 Craig Everage
8 8 Greg Parr
9 5s Ed Santora
10 11 Jeff Bozell
11 7 Mike Tutino
12 41 Brent Jack
13 0 Dan McEnderfer
8:40
Only Scott Hantz and Jeff Parr have elected not to race in this event. 
8:40
The Late Model B-Main field has just fired the engines and are rolling under caution. 
8:36
The very stout field of Outlaws prepares for the B Main
8:35
Thanks Bob, we will try to paint a beautiful picture. 
8:34
Comment From Bob Dillner 

I may be in Pocono for SPEED, but like Stremme ,I’m enjoying the coverage from the Sizzler. Great job Adam and Angie! 

8:33
Mini-Stock Finish

1 35 Bobby Stremme
2 69 Eric Frazier
3 37D Josh Dunnuck
4 O7 Brian Wilkinson
5 4 Kurt Grubb
6 532 Spencer Wertinger
7 45B BJ Blair
8 21 Bobby Lauder
9 78 John Dixon
10 86 Bobby Archer
11 4J Josh Elliott
12 13 David Reinsburger
13 50 Fred Garrett
14 11 Dan Spratt
15 8 Tristan Crago
16 4W Caleb Woods
17 29 Phillip Moore
18 O5 Ben McCullam
19 14 Kevin Grubb
20 45 Ryan Stoffer
21 60 Matt MaGee
22 18 Tim Dooley
23 79 Chris Wright
24 3 Ron Laughman
25 33 Al Strickland
26 97 Kevin Allen
27 20W Rick Waterson
28 96 Ryan McKinney
29 4G Joe Grevenstuck
30 88 Travis Bottroff
DQ 18 Mike Mast
DQ 95 Jim Newman
8:31
Bobby Stremme stands with his winning car after making his way from the back of the field.
8:27
The Late Model B-Main is coming up next. 
8:27
Just received word that the #95 of Jim Newman was also disqualified. 
8:26
Bobby Stremme was followed by Mike Mast, Eric Frazier, Josh Dunnuck, and Jim Newman.  Mast went to the pits, instead of tech, therefore he will be dq’ed.  Brian Wilkinson, Kurt Grubb, Spencer Wertinger, BJ Blair, Bobby Lauder, and John Dixon finished off the top ten. 
8:24
He will only have to come from the 8th position in the Summer Sizzler 100. 
8:24
Bobby Stremme claims the Mini-Stock 30 lapper from the 31st starting spot. 
8:22
The Mini field is about to see the green for the final time. 
8:19
The next caution will result in a checkered, regardless of how many laps are in.  They have reached their caution limit for the Mini-Stock feature. 
8:16
27 laps have been completed after a long green flag run.  Caution is back out with three laps to go. 
8:11
The field is ready for a lap 15 restart.
8:10
You are correct, Guest, the tires were listed at $110 each for this event.
8:09
Comment From Guest 

Tires were listed on the New Paris web site as $110 per tire. The 25’s are very soft and the 40’s are a mid soft compound by Hoosier web site specs 

8:06
Comment From Keith

Wish I could be there…these guys put on a helluva show at the Stan Perry Memorial at Angola Motor Speedway. Thanks to everyone there for supporting the race! 

8:04
With the high car count in the Mini-Stocks, it takes a little while to realign the field under caution. 
8:01
The final two cars on the lead lap made contact right in front of Stremme.  He was able to check up in time and avoid the accident.  15 laps are complete. 
8:00
Field is rolling under green with Stremme checking out on the pack. 
7:57
Josh Dunnuck leads with Kevin Grubb, Bobby Stremme, Ben McCullam, and Mike Mast in the top five. 
7:57
Each set of slicks costs around $500. Not entirely sure of the compound at this time. 25/40’s. 
7:56
Comment From Mike

Can you please tell me what compound the Hoosier tires are, and how much a set costs? Thank you 

7:55
10 laps have now been completed.  Caution #4 just waved.  Two drivers in the top five just made contact. 
7:53
Good luck in Pocono.  Hope you make the show.  Your brother is currently slicing through the field.  Up to 8th already. 
7:50
Comment From David Stremme 

Hope everyone is enjoying themselves. This is a great race. My home track for one. Thanks to speed 51 for covering it as I sit in Pocono. 

7:50
A packed house is on hand with one of the best crowds in recent years for the 2011 Summer Sizzler. It’s sunny and hot! Temps are around 78 with high humidity.
7:47
The field did complete 6 laps.  Jim Newman is the leader. 
7:43
There have been two cautions on the first two tries.  The third try is about to take place. 
7:43
Mini-Stock top qualifier, Bobby Stremme, started from the 31st position in the feature.  Just received word that the race is 30 laps, not 50 as I was previously told.
7:39
The three-wide starts with total field inversions make for great mini stock racing!
7:38
Comment From Scott Feaster (MSZ) 

Our deep sympathy for our crew member and his family go out at this time. We lost a true race fan and member of our racing family in Frederick Knauss. 

7:35
32 cars took the green, just one short of a true Indy 500 start. 
7:35
The Mini-Stock feature is ready to go to green. 
7:34
In talking with Teddy Christopher, who is making his first appearance, he said he expects the race to be very interesting as everyone has told him the track tends to be one groove.  He likes the whole feel of the show, as it is really old school.  Hopes to make it through the night cleanly as his plan is to go to Kalamazoo for the Klash in a couple weeks. 
7:28
Tonight’s Summer Sizzler will again feature Mad House style restarts. 
7:28
Comment From Guest 

Is the mad house restart in effect tonight? 

7:25
A moment of silence was held before the invocation and National Anthem as a member of the Michiana Speed Zone video crew lost his life in an accident on the way to the track.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Frederick Knauss. 
7:23
The inversion was a roll of three dice. 3 1 2 for a total of six. Could have been as high 18. 
7:22
Yes, it was posted with the J.R. Roahrig photo.  It was a 6. 
7:22
Comment From Rob Liedel

Do we know the inversion yet? 

7:21
The Outlaws will be running Hoosier slicks tonight. Similar to the ASA Latemodel tire.
7:20
Opening ceremonies at New Paris Speedway.
7:16
Summer Sizzler 100 Starting Lineup

1 42 Brian Ross
2 5 Jeff Ganus
3 16 Teddy Christopher
4 24 Tyler Roahrig
5 8 Phil Bozell
6 25 JR Roahrig
7 17 Cory Ryman
8 35 Bobby Stremme
9 32 Josh Sommers
10 4 Adam Terry
11 1 John Delarye
12 93 Doug True
13 13 Robbie Ferrier
14 21 Terry VanHaitsma
15 0 Ron Maynard, Jr.
16 83 Andy Bozell
17 71 Harold Fair, Jr.
18 95 Steve Stacy
19 55 Jack Landis
20 32 John Long
21 2 Mike Kugler
22 32x Corey Pressler
7:12
The program will start with the 50 lap feature for the Mini-Stocks.  It will start over 30 cars in three wide formation.  The race pays $200 to win.  It is expected to start sometime around 7:30. 
7:12
John Delarye running his 10th Sizzler. He has 7 top 5’s and one win.
7:10
Correct, Hantz has elected not to run the B-Main.
7:10
Roahrig rolled great for himself. First a 3, then a 1, then a 2, for a total of 6. J.R. will start 6th.
7:09
Comment From brett

If Hantz is loading up already, he must be choosing to not even run the B-Main? 

7:08
Teddy Christopher driving the #16 in his first Outlaw Superlate Model Race.
7:02
The B-Main is a full invert for the drivers that did not make the show.  They will be racing for $1,000 to win and $200 to start.  J.R. Roahrig will roll three dice for the invert.  That has not taken place yet. 
7:00
50 Lap B-Main Line-up

1 9 Jeff Parr
2 7 Jason Dietsch
3 81 Tim Kirpeck
4 41 Dave Klein
5 9 Kenny Whitman
6 20 Charlie Hanna
7 14 Brandon Maynard
8 8 Greg Parr
9 30 Craig Everage
10 11 Jeff Bozell
11 5s Ed Santora
12 7 Mike Tutino
13 0 Dan McEnderfer
14 72 Scott Hantz
15 41 Brent Jack
7:00
Lots of well-known drivers at the driver’s meeting.
6:52
Scott Hantz (former Sizzler winner) leaving the race after failing to qualify for tonight’s show.
6:52
Bobby Stremme’s fast time setting Mini Stock.
6:48
Top qualifier J.R. Roahrig tuning it up for the race.
6:42
The race order for tonight is…
Mini Stock 50
Late Model B Main 50
Summer Sizzler 100 
6:40
Mike Kugler and Corey Pressler are the two additional starters.  Kugler for his practice time and Pressler for a point provisional.  They join the top 20 qualifiers. 
6:37
Final Unofficial Rundown…

1 25 JR Roahrig 13.335
2 8 Phil Bozell 13.439
3 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.440
4 16 Teddy Christopher 13.457
5 5 Jeff Ganus 13.465
6 42 Brian Ross 13.478
7 17 Cory Ryman 13.492
8 35 Bobby Stremme 13.494
9 32 Josh Sommers 13.522
10 4 Adam Terry 13.553
11 1 John Delarye 13.555
12 93 Doug True 13.576
13 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.588
14 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.591
15 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 13.596
16 83 Andy Bozell 13.622
17 71 Harold Fair, Jr. 13.626
18 95 Steve Stacy 13.629
19 55 Jack Landis 13.642
20 32 John Long 13.666
21 2 Mike Kugler 13.670
22 41 Brent Jack 13.675
23 72 Scott Hantz 13.681
24 0 Dan McEnderfer 13.726
25 7 Mike Tutino 13.728
26 5s Ed Santora 13.746
27 11 Jeff Bozell 13.749
28 32x Corey Pressler 13.750
29 30 Craig Everage 13.821
30 8 Greg Parr 13.867
31 14 Brandon Maynard 13.909
32 20 Charlie Hanna 13.942
33 9 Kenny Whitman 13.943
34 41 Dave Klein 13.962
35 81 Tim Kirpeck 13.986
36 7 Jason Dietsch 14.062
37 9 Jeff Parr 14.063
38 14 Trent Hellenga DNQ
6:36
32 Josh Sommers
13.731 13.522 13.522
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:36
32 John Long
13.861 13.666 13.829 13.666
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:34
95 Steve Stacy
13.821 13.775 13.629 13.629
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:33
14 Brandon Maynard
14.092 13.909 13.957 13.909
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:32
20 Charlie Hanna
14.077 13.942 14.073 13.942
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:31
35 Bobby Stremme
13.667 13.604 13.494 13.494
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:28
Final group of cars is heading to the infield. 
6:28
Current Rundown…

1 25 JR Roahrig 13.335
2 8 Phil Bozell 13.439
3 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.440
4 16 Teddy Christopher 13.457
5 5 Jeff Ganus 13.465
6 42 Brian Ross 13.478
7 17 Cory Ryman 13.492
8 4 Adam Terry 13.553
9 1 John Delarye 13.555
10 93 Doug True 13.576
11 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.588
12 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.591
13 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 13.596
14 83 Andy Bozell 13.622
15 71 Harold Fair, Jr. 13.626
16 55 Jack Landis 13.642
17 2 Mike Kugler 13.670
18 41 Brent Jack 13.675
19 72 Scott Hantz 13.681
20 0 Dan McEnderfer 13.726
21 7 Mike Tutino 13.728
22 5s Ed Santora 13.746
23 11 Jeff Bozell 13.749
24 32x Corey Pressler 13.750
25 30 Craig Everage 13.821
26 8 Greg Parr 13.867
27 9 Kenny Whitman 13.943
28 41 Dave Klein 13.962
29 81 Tim Kirpeck 13.986
30 7 Jason Dietsch 14.062
31 9 Jeff Parr 14.063
6:28
8 Greg Parr
14.042 14.259 13.867 13.867
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:26
11 Jeff Bozell
13.778 13.825 13.749 13.749
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:25
30 Craig Everage
13.981 13.821 13.855 13.821
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:24
41 Dave Klein
14.113 13.962 14.126 13.962
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:23
71 Harold Fair, Jr.
14.056 13.719 13.626 13.626
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:22
5 Ed Santora
13.792 13.789 13.746 13.746
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:21
8 Phil Bozell
13.722 13.559 13.439 13.439
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:18
Current rundown…

1 25 JR Roahrig 13.335
2 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.440
3 16 Teddy Christopher 13.457
4 5 Jeff Ganus 13.465
5 42 Brian Ross 13.478
6 17 Cory Ryman 13.492
7 4 Adam Terry 13.553
8 1 John Delarye 13.555
9 93 Doug True 13.576
10 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.588
11 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.591
12 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 13.596
13 83 Andy Bozell 13.622
14 55 Jack Landis 13.642
15 2 Mike Kugler 13.670
16 41 Brent Jack 13.675
17 72 Scott Hantz 13.681
18 0 Dan McEnderfer 13.726
19 7 Mike Tutino 13.728
20 32x Corey Pressler 13.750
21 9 Kenny Whitman 13.943
22 81 Tim Kirpeck 13.986
23 7 Jason Dietsch 14.062
24 9 Jeff Parr 14.063
6:17
Group 3 is done and group 4 is heading to the infield. 
6:17
17 Cory Ryman
13.577 13.533 13.492 13.492
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:16
55 Jack Landis
13.927 13.672 13.642 13.642
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:15
25 JR Roahrig
13.485 13.335 13.37 13.335
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:14
9 Kenny Whitman
14.067 13.973 13.943 13.943
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:12
2 Mike Kugler
13.99 13.696 13.67 13.67
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:11
5 Jeff Ganus
13.69 13.465 14.188 13.465
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:10
83 Andy Bozell
13.871 13.622 13.629 13.622
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:09
0 Dan McEnderfer
13.921 13.844 13.726 13.726
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:09
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thank you Adam for tonight’s coverage on Speed51.com

6:08
During this group, the bumping process will begin.  Only the top 20 qualifiers lock into the show. 
6:07
Reportedly, Trent Hellenga has retired with engine problems. 
6:07
They are using an 11″ Hoosier Slick. 
6:06
Comment From Beaver F8 Champ Owner 

What tires are they using? Do you know what they are comparable to? 

6:05
Current Rundown…

1 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.440
2 16 Teddy Christopher 13.457
3 42 Brian Ross 13.478
4 4 Adam Terry 13.553
5 1 John Delarye 13.555
6 93 Doug True 13.576
7 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.588
8 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.591
9 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 13.596
10 41 Brent Jack 13.675
11 72 Scott Hantz 13.681
12 7 Mike Tutino 13.728
13 32x Corey Pressler 13.750
14 81 Tim Kirpeck 13.986
15 7 Jason Dietsch 14.062
16 9 Jeff Parr 14.063
6:05
Group 2 is finished, while group 3 is now heading to the infield. 
6:04
41 Brent Jack
13.779 13.675 13.69 13.675
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:03
81 Tim Kirpeck
14.237 14.102 13.986 13.986
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:02
0 Ron Maynard, Jr.
13.774 13.693 13.596 13.596
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:01
13 Robbie Ferrier
13.699 13.655 13.588 13.588
1st 2nd 3rd Best
6:00
24 Tyler Roahrig
13.574 13.51 13.44 13.44
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:59
John Delarye’s best lap was a 13.555 
5:59
72 Scott Hantz
13.695 13.681 13.69 13.681
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:58
42 Brian Ross
13.478 13.586 13.501 13.478
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:56
John Delarye takes to the track to start qualifying for group #2.
5:54
Current Rundown…

1 16 Teddy Christopher 13.457
2 4 Adam Terry 13.553
3 93 Doug True 13.576
4 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.591
5 7 Mike Tutino 13.728
6 32x Corey Pressler 13.750
7 7 Jason Dietsch 14.062
8 9 Jeff Parr 14.063
5:54
1st group is done, while the 2nd group is now heading to the infield.
5:52
4 Adam Terry
13.649 13.553 13.595 13.553
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:51
21 Terry VanHaitsma
13.671 13.599 13.591 13.591
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:50
93 Doug True
13.754 13.576 13.721 13.576
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:49
7 Mike Tutino
13.728 13.744 13.996 13.728
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:48
16 Teddy Christopher
13.653 13.569 13.457 13.457
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:47
32x Corey Pressler
13.949 13.832 13.75 13.75
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:46
7 Jason Dietsch
14.075 14.244 14.062 14.062
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:45
9 Jeff Parr
14.063 14.137 14.079 14.063
1st 2nd 3rd Best
5:43
Matt Sparks is on the starter stand ready to wave the green on qualifying.  Each driver will get three laps, as opposed to the traditional two.  The top 20 lock into the Summer Sizzler.
5:42
Qualifying Order

1 9 Jeff Parr
2 7 Jason Dietsch
3 32x Corey Pressler
4 16 Teddy Christopher
5 7 Mike Tutino
6 93 Doug True
7 21 Terry VanHaitsma
8 4 Adam Terry
9 1 John Delarye
10 42 Brian Ross
11 72 Scott Hantz
12 24 Tyler Roahrig
13 13 Robbie Ferrier
14 0 Ron Maynard, Jr.
15 81 Tim Kirpeck
16 41 Brent Jack
17 0 Rich Hardy
18 83 Andy Bozell
19 5 Jeff Ganus
20 2 Mike Kugler
21 9 Kenny Whitman
22 25 JR Roahrig
23 55 Jack Landis
24 17 Cory Ryman
25 8 Phil Bozell
26 5s Ed Santora
27 71 Harold Fair, Jr.
28 14 Trent Hellenga
29 41 Dave Klein
30 30 Craig Everage
31 11 Jeff Bozell
32 8 Greg Parr
33 35 Bobby Stremme
34 20 Charlie Hanna
35 14 Brandon Maynard
36 95 Steve Stacy
37 32 John Long
38 32 Josh Sommers
5:38
The stands are starting to fill in with those wanting to watch qualifying.  The first car has moved to the infield to go across the scales. 
5:36
Mini Stock Qualifying is over.  31 drivers took time.  Fastest was Bobby Stremme with a 15.893.  Mike Mast, Josh Dunnuck, Eric Frazier, and Kevin Allen were the top five. 
5:32
The 2nd Session Times Only…

1 25 JR Roahrig 13.623
2 16 Teddy Christopher 13.734
3 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.735
4 1 John Delarye 13.788
5 32 John Long 13.793
6 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.813
7 93 Doug True 13.827
8 8 Phil Bozell 13.829
9 35 Bobby Stremme 13.830
10 55 Jack Landis 13.860
11 17 Cory Ryman 13.868
12 2 Mike Kugler 13.886
13 83 Andy Bozell 13.909
14 4 Adam Terry 13.921
15 41 Brent Jack 13.940
16 95 Steve Stacy 13.955
17 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.967
18 5 Jeff Ganus 13.976
19 42 Brian Ross 13.985
20 71 Harold Fair, Jr. 14.011
21 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 14.019
22 0 Rich Hardy 14.053
23 9 Kenny Whitman 14.080
24 7 Jason Dietsch 14.124
25 32x Corey Pressler 14.146
26 5s Ed Santora 14.147
27 8 Greg Parr 14.158
28 11 Jeff Bozell 14.160
29 14 Brandon Maynard 14.171
5:26
The Mini Stocks are currently qualifying.  Summer Sizzler qualifying is next. 
5:18
Cumulative Practice Times From Both Sessions

1 25 JR Roahrig 13.447
2 16 Teddy Christopher 13.734
3 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.735
4 83 Andy Bozell 13.748
5 42 Brian Ross 13.753
6 4 Adam Terry 13.773
7 1 John Delarye 13.788
8 55 Jack Landis 13.788
9 32 John Long 13.793
10 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.813
11 17 Cory Ryman 13.817
12 2 Mike Kugler 13.820
13 93 Doug True 13.827
14 8 Phil Bozell 13.827
15 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 13.827
16 35 Bobby Stremme 13.830
17 14 Brandon Maynard 13.859
18 72 Scott Hantz 13.862
19 9 Kenny Whitman 13.884
20 8 Greg Parr 13.934
21 41 Brent Jack 13.940
22 95 Steve Stacy 13.954
23 32x Corey Pressler 13.955
24 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.967
25 5 Jeff Ganus 13.976
26 71 Harold Fair, Jr. 13.984
27 7 Jason Dietsch 14.018
28 5s Ed Santora 14.069
29 11 Jeff Bozell 14.075
30 30 Craig Everage 14.114
5:04
The final practice session for the Summer Sizzler has taken the checkered.  JR Roahrig was fastest again with a 13.623.  Teddy Christopher, Tyler Roahrig, John Delarye, and John Long. 
4:47
14 minutes remain in the final session.  Roahrig, Christopher, Roahrig, Delarye, and Long are now the top five. 
4:40
Teddy Christopher, Tyler Roahrig, John Long, and Terry VanHaitsma currently complete the top five. 
4:38
JR Roahrig is again atop the chart in session #2.  His current time is a 13.623.  There are 20 minutes remaining in Late Model practice. 
4:31
As you can see, there has not been a repeat winner of the Summer Sizzler and, amazingly, all but one of the former winners are racing tonight. 
4:30
Former winners of the Summer Sizzler…
2002 #12 Erv Starrett
2003 #83 Andy Bozell
2004 #1 John Delarye
2005 #10 Jack Landis
2006 #95 Ronnie Maynard, Jr.
2007 #32 John Long
2008 #5 Jeff Ganus
2009 #72 Scott Hantz
2010 #8 Phil Bozell 
4:18
The final Late Model practice session is ready to hit the track.  It will run for the next 45 minutes.  Mini Stock qualifying will then take place at 5:00 p.m. 
4:14
Have a safe trip! 
4:14
Comment From Stephen Barker 

Getting ready to leave from Anderson for the race, was a really good race last year, should be the same this year! 

4:13
The following cars did not have the correct tires on to be eligible for the practice provisional and are not listed above.

1 13 Robbie Ferrier 13.478
2 5 Jeff Ganus 13.507
3 14 Trent Hellenga 13.511
4 93 Doug True 13.703
5 41 Dave Klein 14.215
6 7 Mike Tutino 14.366
7 20 Charlie Hanna 14.460
8 81 Tim Kirpeck 14.786
9 9 Jeff Parr 14.934
4:08
Practice Session #1

1 25 JR Roahrig 13.447
2 83 Andy Bozell 13.748
3 42 Brian Ross 13.753
4 24 Tyler Roahrig 13.767
5 4 Adam Terry 13.773
6 55 Jack Landis 13.778
7 17 Cory Ryman 13.817
8 2 Mike Kugler 13.820
9 0 Ron Maynard, Jr. 13.827
10 8 Phil Bozell 13.827
11 16 Teddy Christopher 13.829
12 14 Brandon Maynard 13.859
13 72 Scott Hantz 13.862
14 21 Terry VanHaitsma 13.880
15 9 Kenny Whitman 13.884
16 32 John Long 13.902
17 32 Josh Sommers 13.912
18 95 Steve Stacy 13.954
19 32x Corey Pressler 13.955
20 71 Harold Fair, Jr. 13.984
21 35 Bobby Stremme 14.002
22 7 Jason Dietsch 14.018
23 41 Brent Jack 14.043
24 5s Ed Santora 14.069
25 11 Jeff Bozell 14.075
26 30 Craig Everage 14.114
27 8 Greg Parr 14.119
28 1 John Delarye 14.142
29 0 Rich Hardy 14.174
4:04
JR Roahrig was fastest in session #1 with a 13.447.  I am working on the full rundown right now. 
3:58
The payout has been described as “Dolly Parton Like”.  Top heavy.  It’s all about the win here.  Makes for great drama in the late laps.  $20,000 to win, $2,000 for second. 
3:58
Comment From AJ 

What is the rest of the payout ? Just curious if you could find out how much $ for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc. 

3:57
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3:54
5 minutes remain in the first Super Late Model practice session.  As soon as it ends, a rundown will be posted. 
3:48
Last year’s Sizzler marked my first trip to New Paris Speedway. It’s a 1/4-mile bullring that has a real old school feel. It features plenty of seating but expect it to be close to capacity tonight. Great weather with great racing. If you have a chance to make it tonight, don’t miss out. 
3:48
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3:45
Awesome field of competitors is here, looking for the $20,000 top prize. At last count, 40 Outlaw Super Late Models are pitside. 
3:44
Tonight’s Summer Sizzler will feature the fastest 20 cars from qualifying plus two extra starters. They will consist of the fastest car in practice that did not lock in through time trials and the top weekly point contender that didn’t make it.
3:41
Today’s schedule is as follows…
HOT LAPS JUST BEGAN
QUALIFYING AT 5:30 PM
RACING STARTS AT 7:00 PM
SUMMER SIZZLER 100 at 9:00 PM 
3:37
Welcome to Speed51.com’s Trackside Now Coverage of the 10th Annual running of the Summer Sizzler at New Paris IN Speedway. This is Adam Mackey providing you with up to date information on today’s practice, qualifying, and race action. 
3:35
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Trackside Now: Summer Sizzler – New Paris Speedway (IN) – 8/4/11