6:54
That’s going to do it today for Speed51’s coverage of the Window World 100. We’d like to extend a sincere thanks to Tim Bainey, Jr. and his track crew who were very friendly and gracious hosts. Also to GRIP seminars for being today’s sponsor.

Have a safe and blessed rest of your weekend. 

6:54
Sam Fullone goes home $5K richer (Speed51.com Photo)
6:50
UNOFFICIAL FINISHING ORDER – Window World 100:

1 48 Ssam Fullone
2 07 Tom Fares, Jr.
3 55 Matt Barndt
4 83 Matt Sever
5 95 Garry Wiltrout
6 75 Barry Awtey
7 04 Bret Guzik
8 26 Nathan Russell
9 8 Wade Miniea
10 44 Greg Kelley
11 28 Jimmy Carter
12 58 Nick Fares
13 87 Mike Mazzagatti
14 11 Bobby Weber
15 96 Mark Poole
16 02 Jeff Amsdell
17 65 George Skora, III
18 15 Colt James
19 21 Joe Beretta
20 47 Scott Wylie
21 32 Glenn Gault, Jr.
22 14 Adam Kostelnik
23 51 Jeremy Holbrook
24 2W Dave Whittaker
6:46
Final race (for now) for Matt Barndt (Speed51.com Photo)
6:42
We actually /may/ be able to track down the results, track officials have a rundown they are procuring. We will just note they are highly unofficial.

There has been a slight post-race controversery. It appears that the TBRA did not bring a tech crew to this race and that therefore no post-race tech occurred. There has been some confrontation amongst some of the team leaders and series officials.

6:35
In his post-race interview, Matt Barndt said this is the last year of his driving. The UNCC Charlotte senior will be instead finishing up his Engineering degree this spring as he hopes to land a full time job at Hendrick Motorsports, where he has interned this year. 
6:33
Folks, unfortunately I am going to be unable to give you either a full field rundown today or a points update. TBRA will not be releasing either until they have their organization check the track’s scoring and then do their point math.

We have talked to the top-3 finishers today as well as both possible champions. We will be sure to include a champion quote and a full finishing order when Speed51 has more about this race next week. 

6:16
We are working on getting results and points but both may not be obtainable today as everything had to be scored by hand. Barndt’s late heorics to go from 13th to 3rd may though have made this point title very close 
6:15
Tom Fares finished second despite backing it into the wall on lap 42
6:01
5:59
A “Season-defining” win for Fullone
5:56
CHECKERED – Sam Fullone wins the Window World 100. Tom Fares, Jr., Matt Barndt, Sever, Wiltrout are the rest of your top-five. 
5:55
WHITE – Fullone looks as though he is going to cruise. 
5:55
POPSICLE STICKS – Fares may be eking up on Fullone. Neither has ever won a TBRA race. 
5:54
LAP 95 – Fares now safe in second. Sever working Wiltrout for fourth. 
5:54
LAP 94 – Barndt into Fares as he tries to take second. But Fares hangs on to the spot. 
5:53
LAP 92 – RESTART – Fullone easily takes the lead. Wiltrout tried a bonzai move to take second but got squirelly and goes back to fourth. Barndt has snuck up to 3rd 
5:53
Fullone and Tom Fares, Jr. will be the front row as we go back to green. 
5:52
CAUTION – Carter stopped on the track in Turn Four. And Matt Sever as he slowed by Guzik. 
5:51
RESTART – Carter now in trouble. He is falling back with a flat. Fullone to the lead over Tom Fares, Jr. 
5:50
Mike Mazzagatti will pit now with a flat right rear. 
5:50
RESTART – Uh …. Carter just launched in Turn Three. They will be reining the field back in to try again. 
5:49
Fullone will be forced to start on the inside again on this restart. It seems the middle to higher groove is the preferred groove. 
5:48
In addition to a cool $5,000, the winner of today’s race will receive a unique trophy – a working cash register from CNB Bank. 
5:46
Comment From Guest 

It sounds like it is going to be a wild finish! Just wish the top guys were not all knocked out! 

5:46
Garry Wiltrout is running fourth. He had a hard start to his day when his team hauler struck a deer on the way to the track. They had to call in a backup hauler to get the racecar to the track. 
5:44
Awtey had also slowed when that caution came out. He had apparently run out of fuel. He refueled under this caution. 
5:43
Comment From Bill 

THAT sounded like good racing. Wish I was there. 

5:42
Sam Fullone will be scored the leader over Jimmy Carter, Tom Fares, Jr., Gary Wiltrout, Matt Sever, Matt Barndt and Bret Guzik 
5:42
RED 
5:42
LAP 90  – Weber parking with a tonnnnnn of fluid trailing his car. 
5:41
THAT … was a crazy last ten laps. 
5:41
CAUTION – LAP 90 – Miniea around in Turn Four.
5:40
LAP 89 – Fullone led that time off of Turn Two. 
5:40
LAP 87 – Carter cuts off Fullone which kills Wiltrout’s momentum 
5:39
LAP 86 – Wiltrout has joined the lead battle as Carter super loose off of Turn Two. 
5:39
LAP 85 – Dead even at the line. 
5:39
LAP 84 – Fullone under Carter. Poole will park his machine. 
5:38
LAP 83 – Carter used the high line to take the lead over Fullone. Wiltrout took third. Miniea having to hold off Sever for fourth. 
5:38
RESTAT – Even at the line with Fullone and Carter. 
5:37
Barndt was second in points and it looks like he will not be able to take advantage of Skora’s issues today. Garry Wiltrout, third in points and 4th on the track, may be the only one who make a run at Skora’s title.
5:36
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 82:

1 Sam Fullone
2 Jimmy Carter
3 Wade Miniea
4 Garry Wiltrout
5 Matt Sever

6 Tom Fares, Jr.
7 Barry Awtey
8 Mark Poole
9 Bobby Weber
10 Nathan Russell

11 Bret Guzick
12 Greg Kelley
13 Matt Barndt (pitting) 

5:34
CAUTION – Weber left all kind of dirt in the groove in Turn One. 
5:34
LAP 81 – Wiltrout had just taken third but … 
5:34
LAP 80 – Weber drove the entire frontstretch in the grass, bounced his way back up in to the track and only lost two tracks. 
5:32
LAP 76 – Fullone’s lead is the biggest it’s been all day, about six carlengths. 
5:31
LAP 75 – Weber trying the outside lane to scoot back around T. Fares for sixth. 
5:31
LAP 73 – Fullone by two carlengths. Miniea can not keep up with those two as he is now about ten carlengths back of Carter. 
5:30
LAP 70 – Tom Fares, Jr. shoves Weber out of the way entering Turn Four and takes sixth. 
5:30
LAP 69 – Fullone, Carter, Miniea, Wiltrout, Sever, Weber, T. Fares, Awtey are single file and on the same straight. 
5:29
LAP 68 – It’s proving to be extremely tricky to pass anyone coming off of Turn Two, where there seems to be a pretty notable bump. 
5:29
LAP 67 – Carter and Fullone all kinds of loose as they  race for the lead AND ty to stay off each other. 
5:29
RESTART – Fullone maintains a narrow lead over Carter. 
5:28
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 66 – UNDER CAUTION:

1 Sam Fullone
2 Jimmy Carter
3 Wade Miniea
4 Matt Sever
5 Garry Wiltrout
6 Bobby Weber
7 Nathan Russell
8 Tom Fares, Jr.
9 Mark Poole
10 Bary Awtey
11 Bret Guzik
12 Jeff Amsdell
13 Greg Kelley

(That’s the lead lap) 

5:24
LAP 65 – CAUTION – Weber turns Barndt around racing for sixth. 
5:24
Hard to say, Skora had a healthy lead entering this finale and the TBRA officials still have yet to factor in the  “drop one” rule. I suspect, based on just eyeballing the math, Skora will be the champion, but TBRA Series officials will not announce the titlist here today as they will wait until they get back to do a math check. 
5:24
Comment From Guest 

What do the points look like now that 65 is out? 

5:23
LAP 60 – Fullone continues to lead Wiltrout, up by three carlengths. Miniea is safe in third, pulling away from the rest of the field but unable to make any visible ground on the top two. 
5:22
LAP 57 – Wiltrout nearly spins out trying to get an outside run on Sever for fourth. 
5:21
LAP 56 – Miniea passes Sever for third. Wiltrout tried to follow through but Sever closes the door. 
5:21
LAP 54 – Barndt holds off Weber for sixth. 
5:20
LAP 52 – Carter beginning to duck under Fullone, but yet to make a real run.
5:20
LAP 51 – Weber ducking under Barndt for sixth after Barndt bobbled in Turn Two.
5:19
LAP 50 – HALFWAY – Fullone leads Carter by two carlengths. Then half a straight back to Sever and Miniea. 
5:18
LAP 48 – Barndt ducking under Wiltrout looking for fifth, but loses his momentum and Weber now begins to size Barndt over. 
5:18
LAP 45 – Weber by Russell for 7th. 
5:17
LAP 44 – Miniea fell back to fourth as Sever is up to third. 
5:17
RESTART – Miniea spins the tires, Fullone to the lead over Cater. 
5:17
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 42:

1 Fullone
2 Miniea
3 Carter
4 Barndt
5 Sever
6 Wiltrout
7 Russell
8 Weber
9 Poole
10 Guzik 

5:14
Barry Awtey, who was fourth at the time of the caution, will restart 13th. His team took a penalty in order to make extra adjustments to his machine. 
5:13
Cars refired and the competition break is over. 
5:04
Skora is getting the hook for his machine. 
5:01
Nick Fares’ car is now smoking heavily as they sit under the red. 
5:01
TBRA officials have elected to make this be the 10-minute competition break on lap 42 instead of at halfway (lap 50).
5:00
LAP 41 – CAUTION – Nick Fares slow lap car blocked Bobby Weber, who tried to keep passing Amsdell. Weber collected Amsdell who then slid up into Tom Fares, Jr. Amsdell then collected George Skora, III on his way back down the banking. Skora has a broken radiator. 
4:58
LAP 40 – Mike Mazzagatti loses a lap. 
4:58
LAP 39 – Fullone has not allowed Miniea to get a run in recent laps and he leads by two carlengths on Miniea who is two carlengths up on Carter. 
4:57
LAP 37 – Colt James has parked his car. It was not running well after being in two incidents. 
4:57
LAP 36 – Skora by Poole for 12th 
4:57
LAP 35 – Weber under Jeff Amsdell trying to get 7th. 
4:56
LAP 33 – Miniea keeps getting along side but can not keep alongside heading off of Turn Two. 
4:56
LAP 32 – Miniea tries a bonzai move, but Fullone hangs on. Jimmy Carter has caught the lead duo. 
4:55
LAP 30 – Miniea now on the bumper of Fullone and tries sticking the nose entering Turn Three. Nothing doing. 
4:54
LAP 25 – Sever is sixth, Amsdell seventh, Weber eighth, T. Fares ninth, Russell tenth. 
4:53
LAP 24 – Miniea beginning to work back over Fullone. Carter has held off Awtey for third. Barndt is fifth. 
4:52
LAP 22 – Carter and Awtey side by side for third. 
4:52
LAP 21 – Fullone just wound his car up in the outside groove though and blew by Miniea for the lead. 
4:52
RESTART – Miniea again gets the lead easily. 
4:51
Comment From Angie

Sam 48 I am praying for you, you can do it. 

4:50
Skora will rejoin the field as we are back under caution. Car looks none the worse for the wear. 
4:49
Gault’s car
4:48
Glenn Gault needed the rollback. 
4:47
Joe Beretta with right side damage
4:45
There’s one other car in trouble, it’s Scott Wylie, who will need a hook. 
4:44
CAUTION – Awtey and Skora made contact on the restart, cut Skora’s left rear tire, causing him to spin in front of the whole pack. Skora actually drives away rather cleanly after doing about three 360s. Five or six cars wadded up on the backstretch.

Glenn Gault, Jr. seems to be done. Beretta crashed. Holbrook crashed. 

4:40
RESTART – Miniea away 
4:38
Another car having issues getting refired is Tom Fares, Jr. Fares now getting the push. 
4:33
4:31
Miniea though figured something out, he will rejoin the field as the leader.

Colt James, meanwhile, did rejoin the field and you can more or less see into the drivers’ compartment since his right side door is removed. 

4:30
Fullone will now be the leader over Carter
4:30
Wade Miniea has reported to race control that he has broken something on his machine and will not be able to make the restart. 
4:25
20 laps have officially been completed. Miniea will stay in the lead when we grow green, but that was because we reverted to the last completed lap. He had just been passed by Fullone when that caution came out. 
4:24
Poole’s team looked at the car and they have decided to rejoin the field after all. Kostelnik appears to be done for sure. 
4:23
We are going RED because this requires some track clean-up and with 100 green-flag laps in this race and some teams have small fuel cells. 
4:21
Damage on Colt James
4:20
Mark Poole will also park. James crew will try to fix the car but the right side of the door looks more torn up than a Green Bay Packers fan Monday night. 
4:20
Kastelnik will park his car even though I didn’t see any damage to the car. 
4:19
CAUTION – Poole, Kastelnik and James wreck in the rear of the field. 
4:19
LAP 21 – Nearly 3-wide for the lead. 
4:18
LAP 20 – Fullone holding off Carter and may be starting to get to the right rear of Miniea from the outside. 
4:18
LAP 19 – Carter under Fullone for second. 
4:18
RESTART – A much better restart, but Miniea will still get a nice lead. 
4:17
Race officials reminding everyone where the start line is as race control thinks Miniea is going at the right point and no one else is. 
4:17
CAUTION – Bad restart. 
4:16
RESTART – Miniea jumps the start.
4:15
LAP 18 – RUNNING ORDER:

1 Miniea
2 Fullone
3 Carter
4 Skora
5 Awtey
6 Weber
7 Sever
8 Barndt
9 Russell
10 Amsdell

Coming to the restart 

4:14
Giving a call to Dan Bainey and his scoring crew as they have scored all of their races this year by hand. 
4:13
CAUTION – LAP 17 – Greg Kelley goes for a loop in Turn 4. 
4:13
LAP 15 – Carter turning up the pressure on Fullone for second. Skora stalking both. 
4:12
Taking off the hood on Whittaker, looks like mechanical issue. 
4:12
LAP 13 – Miniea leading by about two seconds thanks to that madness. Fullone is second, Carter third, Skora fourth, and Awtey fifth. 
4:11
LAP 12 – Whittaker from the lead to the rear of the field, he’s got an issue. 
4:11
RESTART – Miniea with a huge jump from the outside.
4:10
RUNNING ORDER:

1 Whittaker
2 Miniea
3 Fullone
4 Skoa
5 Carter
6 Awtey
7 Weber
8 Sever
9 Barndt
10 Russell

We are doubling up for the restart. Both James and Gault will have to come from the rear.

4:09
Colt James pitting as he had some significant wrinkling from the Gault contact. 
4:07
Mike Mazzagatti will pit on this yellow. He is the only one we see. Scott Wylie is parking his car under this caution. 
4:07
Gault yet to get refired
4:06
CAUTION – LAP 10 – Glenn Gault, Jr. spun around by Colt James as they exit Turn 2. 
4:06
LAP 7 – Carter ducked under Skora for sixth, but Skora chops him off. 
4:05
LAP 6 – Nick Fares has lost a lap. He was two seconds off fast time. 
4:05
LAP 6 – Colt James found enough of an outside line to get by Skora for 4th , Fullone follows through for 5th 
4:04
LAP 5 – While no side-by-side battles are happening, we see the entire top-ten trying slighly different grooves to see where their car works best. 
4:04
LAP 3 – Very quickly to single file through the whole field. 
4:03
Comment From Stephanie

Good luck Bobby Weber! 

4:03
Comment From Guest

Good Luck Mike Mazz #87 

4:03
LAP 2 – Gault peeking under Miniea for second, nothing doing for now. 
4:03
Whittaker will lead Miniea and Gault after one lap. 
4:02
GREEN 
4:02
One to go to green this time by. 
4:02
Comment From Cheryl

Good luck #15 

4:01
Unique pace vehicle today
4:01
Scott Wylie time trailed 14th, but he ias going to start at the rear of the field with Jeremy Holbrook. 
3:59
Reminder of race procedure we touched on earlier: Caution laps will not count, but there will be a competition break at lap 50. 
3:57
Pace laps are underway. 
3:56
Command to fire engines has been given. 
3:49
Invocation & National Anthem 
3:40
The grid is now ordered, drivers getting strapped in
3:34
Matt Barndt enters today’s race as the points runner up
3:32
Jeff Asmdell waits as the grid is getting set
3:28
Dave Whittaker and Wade Miniea will now be your front row for the 100 lapper 
3:27
There is a post qualifying inver. It is 6 
3:25
Qualifying Times – TBRA Window World 100:

1 75 Barry Awtey 17.503
2 15 Colt James 17.52
3 65 George Skora, III 17.56
4 32 Glenn Gault, Jr. 17.57
5 8 Wade Miniea 17.72
6 2 Dave Whittaker 17.721
7 48 Sam Fullone 17.75
8 11 Bob Weber 17.752
9 28 Jimmy Carter 17.804
10 55 Matt Barndt 17.87
11 83 Matt Sever 17.9
12 26 Nathan Russell 17.91
13 96 Mark Poole 18.07
14 47 Scott Wylie 18.083
15 07 Tom Fares, Jr. 18.102
16 02 Jeff Amsdell 18.12
17 95 Garry Wiltrout 18.131
18 21 Joe Beretta 18.243
19 04 Bret Guzik 18.25
20 44 Greg Kelley 18.314
21 87 Mike Mazzagatti 18.34
22 14 Adam Kostelnik 18.346
23 51 Jeremy Holbrook 18.55
24 58 Nick Fares 19.35
3:23
Your fast qualifier, Barry Awtey (Speed51.com Photo)
3:23
Qualifying is complete. Barry Awtey nips Colt James for the fast time. 
3:23
#11 – Bob Weber

L1: 17.808
L2: 17.752

Position:  8th of 24 

3:22
#28 – Jimmy Carter

L1: 18.002
L2: 17.804

8th of 23 

3:21
#02 – Jeff Amsdell

L1: 18.15
L2:  18.12

Position:  14 of 22 

3:20
#47 – Scott Wylie

L1: 18.259
L2:  18.083

Position:  12th of 21 

3:19
#44 – Greg Kelley

L1: 18.56
L2: 18.314

Position: 16 of 20 

3:18
#65 – George Skora, III

L1: 17.70
L2: 17.56

Position: 3rd of 19 

3:17
#8 – Wade Miniea

L1: 17.93
L2: 17.72

Position: 4th of  18 

3:16
#21 – Joe Beretta

L1: 18.663
L2: 18.243

Position:  12 of 17 

3:15
#95 – Garry Wiltrout

L1: 18.25
L2: 18.131

Position:  11th of 16

3:14
#55 – Matt Barndt

L1: 18.420
L2: 17.870

Position:  6th of 15 

3:13
#2 – Dave Whittaker

L1: 18.020
L2: 17.721

Position: 4th after 14 

3:12
#75 – Barry Awtey

L1: 17.68
L2: 17.503

POLE after 13 cars.

3:11
#14 – Adam Kostelnik

L1: 18.46
L2: 18.346

Position:  10th of 12 

3:10
#15 – Colt James

L1: 17.747
L2:  17.520

POLE after 11 cars.

3:09
#51 – Jeremy Holbrook

L1: 18.91
L2: 18.55

Position: 9th

3:08
#87 – Mike Mazzagatti

L1: 18.340
L2: 18.500

Position:  8th of 9 

3:07
#32 – Glenn Gault, Jr.

L1: 17.650
L2: 17.575

Position: 1st. 

3:06
#96 – Mark Poole

L1: 18.30
L2: 18.07

Position:  4th 

3:05
#07 – Tom Fares, Jr.

L1: 18.333
L2: 18.102

4th of 6

3:03
#83 – Matt Sever

L1: 17.90
L2: 17.96

Position: 3rd of 5 

3:02
#58 – Nick Fares

L1: 19.68
L2: 19.35

Position: 4th of 4 

3:01
#04 – Bret Guzik

L1: 19.89
L2: 18.25

Position: 3rd of 3 

3:00
#26 – Nathan Russell

L1: 18.020
L2: 17.910

Position:  2nd of 2 

2:59
#48 – Sam Fullone (heavy on the rev limiter)

L1: 17.750
L2: 18.160  (way out of the groove through Turn 2) 

2:58
Qualifying begins.
2:34
Sam Fullone will be the first car out in today’s qualifying session (Speed51.com Photo)
2:29
Glenn Gault, Jr. getting ready for a practice run earlier (Speed51.com Photo)
2:15
Dave Whitaker has a very unique firesuit (Speed51.com Photo)
2:15
Glenn Gault: “We’re real happy with the progress we’ve made with the car since we’ve got here. We showed up with the car the same way it was the last time we were here [when it was hot in June] and we’ve had to make a good deal of changes to it” 
2:14
TBRA Point Standings entering today’s race. There will be a “drop” after this race of a driver’s worst finish:

1 George Skora III* 540
2 Matt Barndt* 514
3 Garry Wiltrout* 482
4 Matt Sever* 480
5 Wade Miniea* 454
6 Glenn Gault Jr.* 449
7 Sam Fullone* 446
8 Barry Awtey 418
9 Jeff Brown* 410
10 Bob Weber* 406


 

2:08
Mark Poole (Speed51.com Photo)
2:06
A friendly reminder that Speed51 has FIVE Trackside Nows going on today. While you’re waiting for qualifying to get on here, why don’t you look up what’s going on in Indanapolis? Pensacola? Toledo? Thunder Road? 
2:01
Mike Mazzagatti (Speed51.com Photo)
1:45
A little history lesson from Tim Winters, who is the track announcer here. The track opened in 1968 and ran as a dirt track up until 1982 when it was paved. At that point, it became a NASCAR sanctioned track and hosted a few Mods and one K & N Pro Series East event. In the 90s, the track began a period of instability, being owned by a few people and mostly just hosting asphalt special events. In the last decade, it was converted into a 3/8-mi. dirt track and ran that way until acquired by Bainey’s group. 
1:38
The speedway here is just one part of a rather healthy and thriving stock car racing scene in Western to Central Pennsylvania. Motordrome Speedway and Lake Erie Speedway are two NASCAR sanctioned asphalt tracks that often draw large teams and crowds. Grandview Speedway is a NASCAR-sanctioned dirt track that many of these drivers have also competed on.

Despite the economy wreaking havoc hard here in a predominantly mining part of the state, late model car counts have remained surprisingly steady in the region. 

1:29
Practice is over. Qualifying will be in an hour 
1:25
1:20
Comment From will

95 looks like apple jacks 

1:17
Work on Garry Wiltrout’s machine
1:10
Jeff Amsdell is in the 02 that was kind of our last question mark in terms of drivers 
1:03
Adam Kostelnik’s tool box
1:01
Skora says this is one of the nicest tracks he’s ever raced on. He describes the track like “plunging down in a roller coaster” when you land in the corners, but in a good way, like you can feel the speed and judge easier how the car is turning. He also thinks this may be a two groove track today but he’s not quite sure yet 
12:58
George Skora, III still looking for speed as he guns for the TBRA title. He is done for the session as the they have wore the right rear out quite a bit dialing the car in. But he is very happy with the car, he feels he is one of the three best ca
12:48
CNB Raceway Park was formerly known as Central PA Speedway. The track hosted a few Whelen Modified and K & N Pro Series East races back in the 1980s and a few Iceman races back in the 1990s, but only recently has begun hosting some big events this year as new track promoter Tim Bainey has brought in TBRA for the first time this year and the East Series came back for the first time in 25 years 
12:44
Cars here today are running slightly under to slightly over the 18 second mark. 
12:36
Sorry no times yet. We understand they may be printed out in the infield, which is where we will be heading during the next break in practice. 
12:33
Three car train into Turn One (Speed51.com Photo)
12:25
First practice is complete. We will see is we can wrangle up some times 
12:21
One of the cool things about CNB is how high up the trackside parking is, allowing fans to see the whole track and surrounding countryside. He’s slot 82, smack in the middle of turn three and four
12:12
Comment From AJ

As far as I know from the photos I see, a few drivers not on the confirmed list are #21 Joe Berretta, #11 Bob Weber and #04 Bret Guzik. Thanks for the coverage. 

12:12
Cars race past part of the old fence in Turn 4
11:58
11:56
Fans watching practice action (Speed51.com Photo)
11:46
We’re going downstairs to get some on-track pictures. 
11:46
Comment From Old Man Richard 

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11:45
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11:41
Drivers We Can Confirm Are Here:

26 Nathan Russell

28 Jimmy Carter
83 Matt Sever
14 Adam Kostelnik
87 Mike Mazzagatti
48 Sam Fullone
07 Tom Fares, Jr.
32 Glenn Gault, Jr.
65 George Skora, III
44 Greg Kelley
51 Jeremy Holbrook
15 Colt James
96 Mark Poole
2w Dave Whittaker
8 Wade Miniea
75 Barry Awtey
55 Matt Barndt
47 Scott Wylie

Because this is a part of the country Speed51 does not get to often venture to, we are unsure about some of the drivers for the other cars. We will try to track those down as the day progresses.

11:35
We don’t have an official entry list, so we’ll be making one on the fly as cars head out. 
11:35
Sever starts practice out (Speed51.com Photo)
11:34
Matt Sever (#83) becomes the first driver to head out for practice.
11:33
Jimmy Carter won the first three TBRA events in series history. He’s yet to win since, can he get back today? (Speed51.com Photo)
11:31
Fullone is one of 14 drivers who technically have a chance at the championship today. Realistically, it’s down to about four drivers. We will handicap those drivers later on today before today’s race. 
11:30
Sam Fullone getting ready (Speed51.com Photo)
11:23
Part of the reason this is an afternoon race is that the track lost most of their infield lighting capabilities due to a lightning strike two weeks ago. Luckily, the weather is perfect after the fog cleared, so looks like the feature will get in with plenty of daylight.
11:22
Buda, Texas’ Colt James won the other TBRA race at Clearfield this year, dominating the field in June. He looks for the clean sweep
11:14
By “minor adjustments”, we mean /minor/. Teams can only change tire pressure, add/remove tire pressure, and jack up one side of the car. No lifting the hood, no adding fuel 
11:11
There will be a ten-minute break at lap 50 of today’s feature to allow team’s to make minor adjustments and tire pressure changes 
11:07
Everything today will pushed back thirty minutes due to the fog and a tire mounting delay 
11:06
Track promoter Tim Bainey, Jr. addresses the drivers’ meeting
11:03
Welcome to CNB Raceway Park (Speed51.com Photo)
10:59
Pit crews getting to work (Speed51.com Photo)
10:55
Schedule:

Practice: 11 AM – 1 PM
Qualifying: 2 PM
Main Event (100 Laps): 3  PM 

10:52
Because of the fog, activities are going to be a bit delayed. The initial plan was to start practice at 11. Drivers’ meeting is now scheduled for 11 and practice will begin soon after. 
10:51
It is an absolutely lovely time of year in central Pennsylvania, as all the trees have broken our in shades of red, orange, and yellow, which are visible all the way around this 5/8-mi. racetrack. A little bit of autumn fog has just finished clearing and we see at least 24 late models down in the pits getting ready for today’s action. 
10:50
Good morning everyone from CNB Bank Raceway Park in Clearfield, PA. Thanks for tuning in to live coverage of today’s TBRA Series season finale, which will pay some $5000 to win. 
10:49
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Trackside Now: TBRA Season Finale 100 – CNB Bank Raceway (PA) – 9/29/12