4:27
Thanks for joining us today on Speed51’s coverage of Trackside Now. Special thanks again to our presenting sponsor for today, McCallister Precision Marketing.

Congratulations to Chase Elliott and Brennan Poole for winning today’s races at The Rock.

This concludes our coverage for today. Have a safe weekend and your interest in Speed51, Rockingham Speedway, and short track racing in general is appreciated. 

4:24
Unfortunately, a race rundown will not be available today. USAR has been unable to rectify an issue with the scoring system and is going to have to finish with a manual tabulation. 
4:17
We will have a photo gallery up for these races middle of next week at our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/speed51 .
4:13
If you missed the results to today’s 75-lap UARA race here at Rockingham, here they are:

1 7 Brennan Poole 75 Running
2 31 Kyle Grissom 75 Running
3 82 Paddy Rodenbeck 75 Running
4 4 Ronnie Bassett 75 Running
5 77 Alex Yontz 75 Running
6 9 George Miedecke 75 Running
7 48 Scott Turlington 75 Running
8 26 Joey Herques 75 Running
9 11 Robert Johnson, III 75 Running
10 28 Travis Swaim 75 Running
11 18 David Roberts 75 Running
12 88 Chris Davis 75 Running
13 92 Candace Muzny 75 Running
14 1 Andy Mercer 73 Running
15 61 Chris Lawson 63 Suspension
16 69 Kyle Hall 62 Accident
17 97 Jesse Little 49 Accident
18 34 Tayler Malsam 29 Accident
19 76 Darrell Wallace, Jr. 23 Engine
20 15 Brandon Knupp 15 Accident

4:11
Trackside Now for an exciting PLM race at Mobile has just started: http://www.speed51.com/2011_Stories/PLM/Trackside_Now_PLM_Mobile_5-14.html
4:10
USAR’s Facebook page currently reports the lead lap cars at least (we were only able to give you the top-five):

1 – Chase Elliott
2 – Brad Rogers
3- J.P. Morgan
4 – Bryan Sillas
5 – A.J. Frank
6 – Ryan Heavner
7 – Tyler Young
8 – Caleb Holman
9 – Sean Rayhall 

4:09
Thanks everyone who is still here for your patience. Lots of action happened today in the USAR race, so they are still trying to sort out the results. 
3:51
We are still waiting on results. Chase Elliott is NOT the youngest driver to win in USAR Pro Cup. Joey Logano, at 15 years and 18 days, June 11 – Mansfield, OH is actually the youngest. Chase Elliott is youngest superspeedway winner. 
3:47
Bill Elliott was here to watch Chase’s first heavy-body stock victory (51 Photo)
3:45
Chase Elliott receives the winner’s trophy from track owner Andy Hillenburg (51 Photo)
3:44
Chase Elliott’s victory bath (51 Photo)
3:42
Chase Elliott’s victory celebration (51 Photo)
3:41
Brian Keselowski demolished his race car against the Turn 2 barrier (51 Photo)
3:39
Again, we truly appreciate you, the fans, for tuning in. 
3:38
Comment From race fan 

thanks for the great coverage speed 51 

3:38
Comment From Guest 

Great job speed 51 great coverage! 

3:38
We are back after a long conversation with Chase Elliott and runner-up Brad Rogers. We’re going to put up some victory lane pictures and wait for results. 
3:07
Comment From Guest 

I hear a siren in Dawsonville…..CRANK IT UP!!!! 

3:06
3:06
Today’s Trackside Now coverage is presented by McCallister Precision Marketing. They have several young talented drivers they represent including Pro Cup driver Blake Jones. They also represent Kirk May Racing another Pro Cup team running here this weekend. Check out www.marketwithmpm.com for more information. 
3:06
TOP FIVE:

Chase Elliott
Brad Rogers
J.P. Morgan
Bryan Silas
A.J. Frank

We’ll go visit Chase Elliott in Victory Lane. 

3:06
CHECKERED – Chase Elliott wins the 2011 USAR Pro Cup race at Rockingham. 
3:05
WHITE – LAP 149 – Lapped traffic again. BUMPER TO BUMPER
3:05
LAP 148 – Elliott pulls away a little but just three carlengths away. 
3:05
LAP 147 – Buster Graham holds up the #9. Rogers at the back bumper! 
3:04
LAP 146 – Brad Rogers knocks off another carlength or two. Half a second lead. 
3:04
LAP 145 – Rogers shaves off two carlengths. FIVE to go. 
3:03
LAP 144 – One second lead for Chase Elliott. Rogers is not closing quick enough. 
3:03
LAP 143 – Lapped traffic will play a role in the outcome. 
3:02
LAP 142 – Morgan has lost touch. Rogers is gaining but it may not be enough. Clay Rogers has won the first three series races at Rockingham. Can brother Brad make it four in a row for the Rogers clan? 
3:01
LAP 139 – Chase Elliott has never won a race in a full-weight pro stock car. Brad Rogers, though, is starting to close the gap noticably. 
3:00
LAP 137 – Morgan again hits the wall. Rogers gets away in second, but is not closing in on Elliott. 
3:00
LAP 136 – J.P. Morgan whacks the wall out of Turn Two, allowing Brad Rogers by. 
3:00
LAP 135 – Morgan and Rogers to second and third respectively. One second and a lapped car separate Elliott and Morgan/Rogers. 
2:59
RESTART – LAP 134 – Chase Elliott squirrels away quickly. 
2:59
Comment From Lenny 

what position is Chad Beahr in? A: Still on the track but a few laps down so he can’t any better than around 16th. 

2:58
Comment From Guest 

where is jerod foley running A: He parked early. 

2:58
LAP 133 – We just realized Larry Barrett (#04) was the cause for the caution. He had stopped on the backstretch and was not visible from our vantage point. 
2:54
Comment From Jim 

How many laps are left A: 150 laps today. So about 20 to go when we get back to green. 

2:54
Under Caution – LAP 128

1 Elliott
2 Holman
3 Morgan
4 Rogers
5 Young 

2:53
Join Berryhill and Rayhall into the four-tire brigade. 
2:52
Most are taking 2 scuff tires, but some like A.J. Franks are taking 4. 
2:52
Most of the top-ten pits, but Chase Elliott will NOT. We do not know how many laps are on these scuffs. 
2:51
Lofton has pulled into the garage. 
2:51
Now, with only 25 laps to go, some teams may put on practice scuffs. 
2:50
Comment From Guest 

How many cars are still on the track? A: Around sixteen or seventeen. 

2:50
Matt Lofton’s car is being pushed down pit road. 
2:50
Blake Jones actually rejoined the race.
2:50
CAUTION – LAP 126 – Debris likely as we so no other reason for caution. 
2:49
LAP 125 – J.P. Morgan can’t get by these cars easy and Brad Rogers is looking for the lead. 
2:49
LAP 124 – Morgan lapping Heavner, Agnew, and Jerick Johnson. 
2:48
LAP 123 – Jones’ day is done. They are looking under the hood. 
2:48
LAP 121 – Morgan has opened it up on Rogers to nearly a second and Elliott doesn’t appear to have anything for the top-two as he is about five seconds behind the lead duo. 
2:47
LAP 119 – Morgan, Rogers, Elliott, Silas, Frank, Young, Berryhill, Holman, Lofton, Rayhall, Heavner, Jerick Johnson, Agnew. 
2:46
LAP 118 – Blake Jones, who had snuck up to about 8th, has pitted. 
2:45
LAP 117 – Berryhill is passed by Silas for fourth. 
2:44
LAP 115 – Elliott has gotten by Berryhill for third. 
2:44
Comment From Guest 

Were did Heavner in the 77 go to after the restart? A: Heavner, without four fresh tires, has faded to around 10th. 

2:43
LAP 112 – Elliott by Silas to fourth. 
2:43
LAP 110 – Craig Moore has parked. Mechanical issues. 
2:43
LAP 109

1 J.P. Morgan
2 Berryhill
3 Rogers
4 Silas
5 Elliott

Only Morgan and Rogers have ever won a USAR race and both have only won twice and never at The Rock. 

2:42
LAP 108 – Rogers now approaches Berryhill for second. 
2:41
LAP 107 – Morgan to the lead. Craig Moore, having a great run today, hits pit road. 
2:41
LAP 106 – Tanner Berryhill’s stay at the front probably won’t last much longer. Here comes J.P. Morgan. 
2:40
LAP 104 – Morgan to second. 
2:40
Caleb Holman pit stop (51 Photo)
2:40
2:40
2:40
LAP 102 – We just got a look at Brian Keselowski’s car. That car is absolutely demolished. 
2:40
LAP 101- J.P. Morgan, leading the four-tire brigade, is now moving up on the back bumper of Silas for second. 
2:39
LAP 99 – Berryhill will retake the lead. 
2:38
RESTART – LAP 98 – Berryhill gets a bad start and Bryan Silas makes a daring three-wide move to take the point. Berryhill, Heavener, Moore, Morgan your top-five. 
2:35
Jeff Agnew, trying to recover from that stop-and-go, will join the lead lap thanks to the Lucky Dog. 
2:34
Jones has hit pit road, so kick him back to the end of the lead lap. He actually may have missed his pits. 
2:34
That is the order after pit stops. 
2:34
The caution was for #96 Brian Keselowski.

Lead Lap Cars – Lap 93

1 Berryhill
2 Moore
3 Silas
4 Heavner
5 Jerick Johnson
6 Matt Lofton
7 Blake Jones (first car I saw pit)
8 J.P. Morgan
9 Caleb Holman
10 Brad Rogers
11 A.J. Frank
12 Chase Elliott
13 Sean Rayhall 

2:30
Four tires all around. 
2:30
Here comes the tire changes. 
2:28
Expect everyone who did not make tire changes last caution to do so this time. 
2:28
CAUTION – LAP 88 – Car spun in turn one and two. Can’t tell who yet. 
2:26
LAP 86 – Elliott by Holman for fifth. Lofton looking at Morgan for third. 
2:24
Lofton is also on four feel-goods, I believe. 
2:24
LAP 81 – Rogers by Morgan for second. Berryhill first, Rogers second, Morgan third, Lofton fourth, and Holman 5th. 
2:24
LAP 80 – Tanner Berryhill HAS COME OUT OF NOWHERE to take the lead. He is on four feel-goods. 
2:23
LAP 78 – Confirmed Agnew’s stop was a stop-and-go. Don’t know for what. 
2:22
LAP 77 – Bryan Silas’ car smoking with a tire rub from where he hit the wall a few laps ago. 
2:22
LAP 77 – Jeff Agnew, running third, hits pit road for what appeared to be a penalty. He just came in and drove right off. 
2:21
LAP 76 – Chase Elliott trying to get around A.J. Frank for fifth. 
2:21
HALFWAY – LAP 75 – Brandon Glover, making series debut, hits pit road 
2:21
Comment From Jo Ann Gase 

Joey Gase right rear tire blew A: Tough for Joey. He was running around 6th. 

2:20
RESTART – LAP 72 – Brad Rogers right behind J.P. Morgan after Brian Keselowski pitted at the last moment. 
2:19
RESULTS – UARA STARS LATE MODELS

1 7 Brennan Poole 75 Running
2 31 Kyle Grissom 75 Running
3 82 Paddy Rodenbeck 75 Running
4 4 Ronnie Bassett 75 Running
5 77 Alex Yontz 75 Running
6 9 George Miedecke 75 Running
7 48 Scott Turlington 75 Running
8 26 Joey Herques 75 Running
9 11 Robert Johnson, III 75 Running
10 28 Travis Swaim 75 Running
11 18 David Roberts 75 Running
12 88 Chris Davis 75 Running
13 92 Candace Muzny 75 Running
14 1 Andy Mercer 73 Running
15 61 Chris Lawson 63 Suspension
16 69 Kyle Hall 62 Accident
17 97 Jesse Little 49 Accident
18 34 Tayler Malsam 29 Accident
19 76 Darrell Wallace, Jr. 23 Engine
20 15 Brandon Knupp 15 Accident

2:18
Rayhall is the free pass. 
2:18
Comment From Ronney 

GREAT job by Joey Herques from Louisiana in the UARA race 

2:17
Comment From AMac 

Was Gase involved in a single car accident? A: As far as we know, yes. Things were pretty strung out at that point. 

2:17
Moore makes another trip to pit road. 
2:16
LAP 70

1 Brian Keselowski (did not pit)
2 J.P. Morgan
3 Brad Rogers
4 Jeff Agnew
5 Caleb Holman
6 A.J. Frank
7 Chase Elliott
8 Craig Moore
9 Matt Lofton
10 Bryan Silas 

2:15
Comment From Guest 

is Elliott in a Ford today? A: I /believe/ so. I’m 90% sure he’s running the car he ran in Pro Cup last year, which was a Ford. 

2:14
Almost everyone is only taking fuel. Tanner Berryhill is the only car I see taking tires. 
2:13
LAP 68 – All the leaders are pitting. 
2:13
Blake Jones pitted when pit road was closed. 
2:12
Comment From Guest 

How does young Blake Jones look, please? A: He’s not running great but he’s surviving a tough track and has not gotten into any trouble today. 

2:11
Looks like the first round of pit stops will occur at this juncture. 
2:11
CAUTION – LAP 65 – Bryan Silas has hit the wall after losing a tire. 
2:10
LAP 64 – Morgan struggling with lap traffic and now Rogers is on his bumper. 
2:10
LAP 60 – Brad Rogers eating away slowly at Morgan. 
2:08
LAP 58 – A.J. Frank back to 7th after pass by Elliott. 
2:08
LAP 55 – Brad Rogers remains about five carlengths back of J.P. Morgan. Those two are pulling away. 
2:06
LAP 54 – Craig Moore has never raced in USAR Pro Cup, but he just cracked the top-five with a pass of A.J. Frank. 
2:05
LAP 52 – Chase Elliott by Tyler Young for 7th. 
2:05
RESTART – LAP 51 – Nice jump by Morgan and he will lead by 3 carlengths on Rogres 
2:02
26 – Russell – 17th – 2 laps down. #59 Buster Graham gets the lucky dog. We will get the green on Lap 50. 
2:01
Comment From lakeerie 

where is the 26 of the russell kid at? thanks A: He appears to be running around 16th, a lap down. Don’t have exact timing and scoring, I’m afraid. 

2:00
LEAD LAP:

1 J.P. Morgan
2 Brad Rogers
3 Jeff Agnew
4 Caleb Holman
5 A.J. Frank
6 Craig Moore
7 Tyler Young
8 Bryan Silas
9 Chase Elliott
10 Tanner Berryhill
11 Blake Jones
12 Brian Keselowski
13 Matt Lofton

1:59
LAP 45 – Still under caution. 
1:58
Everyone asking for where your favorite driver is, we will try to answer in a few minutes when they line up for the restart it will be easier to tell whose a lap down and who is not. 
1:58
Conley pulls behind the wall. 
1:56
Some right front damage, actually. 
1:56
CAUTION – Lap 43 – Cale Conley in the third turn has spun. No damage. 
1:55
Comment From Lenny 

Where is Chad Beahr at? A: A few laps down, but still on the track. 

1:55
LAP 42 – Agnew passes Holman for third. 
1:54
LAP 40 – Matt Lofton makes a dangerous move trying to get past lapped traffic. 
1:52
LAP 35 – J.P. Morgan is still ahead of Rogers. They are really pulling away. 
1:50
Comment From Guest 

How is Heavner doing in the 77 A: He is running around 13th. 

1:49
LAP 25

1 -J.P. Morgan
2 – Brad Rogers
3 – Caleb Holman
4 – A.J. Frank
5 Jeff Agnew
6 Tyler Young
7 Matt Lofton (up from 16th on grid)
8 Craig Moore (series debut, if we recall correctly)
9 Conley
10 Silas 

1:48
LAP 24 – #8 parks. No idea who that is for sure as that was a late entry.. Might be Chris Davis. 
1:47
LAP 23 – Brad Rogers makes ANOTHER crazy move in lapped traffic, splitting Ronnie Souders with Caleb Holman with Rogers taking second. 
1:46
LAP 22 – A wiggle for Jones and suddenly he’s back to 10th. #32 Blake Sauls parks. 
1:46
Comment From race fan 

how is blake jones doing A: He is seventh by our count. 

1:45
LAP 20 – Jeff Agnew has settled into third. Chase Elliott is still out of the top-ten but is quickly making his way back. 
1:45
* into the third turn. 
1:45
RESTART – LAP 17 – J.P. Morgan leads Caleb Holman to third. 
1:44
Joey Gase’s day is D-O-N-E. Very bad damage but as far as we know Joey is okay. 
1:43
Hood pins were being reattached was the main point of the stop. Sean Rayhall hits pit road with Buster Graham. One to go. 
1:43
Chase Elllott got some cosmetic work done on his car. He may have gotten into lap traffic when Brad Rogers made that three wide pass a few laps ago. 
1:42
The car in the crash was the polesitter Joey Gase. 
1:41
Larry Barrett’s #04 is being pushed on to pit road but he was not the cause of the caution. 
1:41
LAP 13 – Chase Elliott hits pit road. 
1:40
Due to our position of the frontstretch, it’s hard to tell who it is. 
1:39
CAUTION – LAP 11 – A car has slammed the inside backstretch wall. 
1:38
LAP 11 – Brad Rogers uses lapped traffic to make a three-wide pass into third. Meanwhile, J.P. Morgan rockets past Holman for the lead. Top-five under a blanket. 
1:37
LAP 9 – Polesitter Gase has settled to 6th. Brad Lloyd has parked his #10 
1:37
LAP 8 – A.J. Frank now being pressured by points leader Brad Rogers for fourth. 
1:36
LAP 6 – J.P. Morgan over the back of Caleb Holman for the lead. Muttly Kurkowski parks his #00 as does Rick Watson #18. 
1:35
LAP 5: Leaders already lapping cars. 
1:35
LAP 4: Jerrod Foley, making his series debut, parks it. 
1:35
LAP 3 – Frank under Gase for fourth and Brad Rogers will likely follow. 
1:34
LAP 2- J.P. Morgan takes second, Chase Elliott third. Gase slips to fourth and may lose that to A.J. Frank. 
1:34
LAP 2 – Cool thing about Rockingham: Fireworks go off around the track as the leader passes on the first lap. 
1:33
GREEN FLAG – LAP 1 – Holman gets the initial jump on Gase at the stripe and will pull away on the backstretch. 
1:33
Pit stops w/ tire changes are allowed and expected due to wear. 
1:32
One to go til the green flag. 
1:32
Some drivers here today taking advantage of the new series rule allowing for K & N Pro Series cars to be raced: Cale Conley and Brian Keselowski. 
1:31
150 laps here today. 
1:27
USAR – Cars rolling off the grid. 
1:27
Pole sitter Joey Gase is driving for the Benny Gordon team that ran very well here last year. Tanner Berryhill rolling off 10th appears to be in a team car. 
1:26
We have a few late entrants who did not qualify: Brad Lloyd (#10), Rick Watson (#18), Ronnie Souders (#5), Chris Davis (#??). Expect all but Souders to hit the garage after a few laps. 
1:25
USARacing Pro Cup Qualifying
1 66 Joey Gase 24.199
2 75 Caleb Holman 24.261
3 56 AJ Frank 24.273
4 23 JP Morgan 24.359
5 7 Jeff Agnew 24.403
6 9 Chase Elliott 24.403
7 27 Cale Conley 24.405
8 16 Brad Rogers 24.407
9 86 Tanner Barryhill 24.451
10 02 Tyler Young 24.537
11 4 Craig Moore 24.580
12 80 Blake Jones 24.589
13 14 Sean Rayahall 24.604
14 96 Brian Keselowski 24.824
15 11 Bryan Silas 24.892
16 97 Matt Loftin 24.906
17 77 Ryan Havner 25.055
18 76 Jerick Johnson 25.098
19 26 Nathan Russell 25.158
20 70 Jerrod Foley 25.672
21 31 Brandon Glover 26.101
22 59 Buster Graham 26.536
23 89 Chad Beahr 27.088
24 00 Mike Kurkowsi 28.977
25 24 Mike Williams 28.977
26 32 Blake Sauls 29.094 
1:25
USAR – Command has been given.
1:24
Miedecke was the highest finishing UARA rookie (51 Photo)
1:24
USAR Grid (51 Photo)
1:23
Brennan Poole – Victory Lane (51 Photo)
1:23
Brennan Poole climbs out his winning UARA car (51 Photo)
1:21
USAR Pro Cup – National Anthem 
1:21
We are working on getting a rundown for the UARA STARS race and will hope to have it here for you ASAP
1:15
USAR cars are now on the grid and pre-race ceremonies are going to start in a second. We’ve got some good Brennan Poole pictures and quotes as well from the UARA event. 
1:01
Brennan Poole takes the win at Rockingham. (51 Photo)
12:49
We’re going to Victory Lane and will be back in a few minutes. 
12:49
Kyle Hall’s UARA debut ends in flames (51 Photo)
12:48
Top-Five

Poole
Grissom
Rodenbeck
Bassett
Yontz 

12:48
CHECKERED – Lap 75 – Brennan Poole claims his third victory of the UARA season. Turlington blew up coming to the line but still finishes 7th
12:47
WHITE FLAG – LAP 74 – Poole is way ahead of Grissom. 
12:47
LAP 73 – Popsicle sticks – two to go. Grissom is now inside of Rodenbeck for second. He clears him into one. 
12:46
RESTART – LAP 71 – #82 Rodenbeck keeps up with Poole on the restart. Grissom also close in third. 
12:45
CAUTION – Lap 70 – Cars are rolling again, and we have five to go for the restart 
12:45
Top Ten

1) Poole
2) Rodenbeck
3) Grissom
4) Bassett
5) Yontz
6) Turlington
7) Johnson
8) Miedecke
9) Herques
10) Muzny 

12:42
12:42
Thank you all for tuning in to Speed51’s Live Coverage today. Trackside Now coverage is presented by McCallister Precision Marketing. They have several young talented drivers they represent including Pro Cup driver Blake Jones. They also represent Kirk May Racing another Pro Cup team running here this weekend. Check out www.marketwithmpm.com for more information.
12:41
RED FLAG – LAP 67 – It’s going to take a long time to fix this mess. So to save time, we are under the ruby. 
12:40
LAP 67: Travis Swaim hits pit road. Meanwhile, Jesse Little is done for the day. 
12:40
It looks like Hall slammed the wall coming out of four, knocking the oil line loose. 
12:39
CAUTION – LAP 66 – Kyle Hall’s car bursts into flame. He departs his car immediately and is okay. 
12:38
LAP 65 – Pole sitter Chris Lawson, never a factor, hits pit road. 
12:38
LAP 65: Last year, Brennan Poole needed to win the UARA finale here at Rockingham to win the title. He couldn’t do it then. He is in the driver’s seat for redemption today with ten laps to go. 
12:37
LAP 63 – George Miedecke is making his owner, Marcos “The Tasmanian Devil” proud, as he made a three-wide pass on the apron. 
12:37
RESTART – LAP 62 – Another great start for Poole. Four carlengths on Rodenbeck. 
12:35
LAP 60 – One lap to green. UARA officials are looking at Miedecke’s tires to ensure they were flat as normal tire changes are not allowed in the series. 
12:35
LAP 58 – Caution #3:

1) #7 – Poole
2) #82 – Rodenbeck
3) #31 – Grissom
4) #04 – Bassett
5) #77 – Yontz
6) #48 – Turlington
7) #28 – Swaim
8) #11 – Johnson
9) #26 – Herques
10) #62 – Muzny

Miedecke pits for four tires after flat spotting all four. No visual damage to his car. 

12:33
LAP 57 – CAUTION – Miedecke spins in Turn Four trying to get around Yontz for fifth. He will stay on the lead lap. 
12:32
LAP 56 – Grissom now has lost touch with the top two. Poole up by about three carlengths on Rodenbeck. 
12:31
LAP 54 – From Bassett in fourth, through Yontz, Miedecke, and Turlington in 7th, only about a second separate. 
12:30
LAP 52 – Poole suddenly has his biggest lead in a while. 2 carlengths over Rodenbeck. Kyle Grissom in third though seems to be making some ground. 
12:29
LAP 50 – #97 Little hits pit road. 
12:29
LAP 49 – Side-by-side at the stripe for the lead. Poole keeps using the high line to hold off Paddy. 
12:29
LAP 48 – Rodenbeck ALL OVER the back of Poole. Nearly bump drafting him down the frontstretch. 
12:28
LAP 47 – Getting pretty strung out. Poole over Rodenbeck by a carlength, Kyle Grissom lurking a few tenths of a second off in third. 
12:27
LAP 45 – #7 Poole by a carlength and a half over #82 – Paddy Rodenbeck 
12:27
LAP 44 – Miedecke slips and all that hard work goes away as Bassett back to fourth and Yontz goes to fifth. 
12:26
LAP 43 – Miedecke continues his move to the front as he passes Ronnie Bassett after two laps of side-by-side. Alex Yontz looks to follow Miedecke. 
12:25
RESTART – LAP 39 – Good start for Poole. He pulls Rodenbeck into Turn One by two carlengths. 
12:24
LAP 38 – HALFWAY under caution.

Top-Ten:

1 – 7 Poole
2 – 82 Rodenbeck
3 – 31 Grissom
4 – 04 – Bassett
5 – 9 Miedecke
6 – 77 Yontz
7 – 48 Turlington
8 – 28 Swaim
9 -11 Johnson
10 – 26 Herques 

12:22
Mercer pits to change tires and make a wedge adjustment. #18 – David Roberts pits for adjustments. 
12:21
#69 Kyle Hall spun to avoid Mercer and now hits pit road with a flat left front. 
12:20
CAUTION – LAP 36 – #01 Mercer around in Turn 3. 
12:20
LAP 35 – #88 Chris Davis is down a lap in 17th. He has really struggled to keep up to speed today. 
12:20
LAP 34 – #9 Mediecke starts to look over Alex Yontz for fifth. 
12:19
LAP 33 – The top three – #7 Poole, #82 Rodenbeck, and #31 Grissom – have really driven away from the field. 
12:19
LAP 30 – Rodenbeck and Poole side-by-side for P1. Poole will hold on. Malsam takes his #34 to the garage, joining #76 Wallace. 
12:18
LAP 29:

1) #7 Poole
2) #82 Rodenbeck
3) #31 Grissom
4) #04 Bassett
5) #77 Yontz 

12:17
LAP 27 – Three-wide on the frontstrech for fourth as Bassett seems to be fading. 
12:16
LAP 25 – Three-wide for the lead. Poole grabs it on the high side over Rodenbeck. Bassett also gets passed by Grissom. 
12:16
LAP 24 – #82 Rodenbeck looking on Poole for second as the top-four are now nose-to-tail. 
12:15
LAP 23 – #76 Wallace, Jr. blows an engine on the frontstretch. No caution. 
12:15
RESTART – LAP 22 – Bassett and Poole separate themselves from the field quickly on the restart. 
12:14
LAP 21 – One to go to green. Knupp is the only car who started out of the race in so far as we can tell. 
12:13
LAP 20 – Still under caution. Knupp’s car spilled a lot of oil. One of the handful of cars that hit pit road are #34 – Malsam (looking at right side damage) and #61 – Lawson (major adjustments) 
12:12
We see PASS South driver Gray Gaulding here, hanging out with USAR series director Chip Lofton. 
12:11
Bandon Knupp wrecked off turn two. (51 Photo)
12:10
Here’s your top-ten under caution – Lap 18:

1) #04 Bassett
2) #7 Poole
3) #82 Rodenbeck
4) #31 Grissom
5) #76 Walace
6) #77 Yontz
7) #9 Miedecke
8) #48 Turlington
9) #28 Swaim
10) #11 Johnson 

12:07
#18 – David Roberts hits pit road with some damage. 
12:07
Knupp is okay. 
12:06
LAP 16 – CAUTION – #15 Brandon Knupp has clobbered the inside backstretch wall. 
12:06
LAP 16 – Chris Lawson, the pole sitter, has slid to 13th. 
12:05
LAP 15 – Tayler Malsam has made up for a poor start and looks at Alex Yontz for sixth. 
12:05
LAP 14 – Darrell Wallace, Jr. has made his way to fifth. 
12:04
LAP 13 – Poole has been working on Bassett but has not closed any further than a carlength. 
12:03
LAP 11 – Alex Yontz tries to follow Grissom past Yontz, moves to 5th. 
12:03
LAP 10- Kyle Grissom moves under Chris Lawson in a battle for 4th. 
12:02
LAP 8 – Poole eating away at Bassett’s lead. 
12:02
LAP 7 – Lots of side by side racing from 5th – 10th. Bassett, Poole, Rodenbeck, Lawson, Kyle Grissom. 
12:01
LAP 5- Restart. Bassett will lead Poole, Rodenbeck, and Lawson 
12:01
No flat spots on Mercer. 
11:59
CAUTION – LAP 3 – Andy Mercer has spun in Turn One trying to avoid a sliding Paddy Rodenbeck 
11:58
LAP 3- Bassett has now opened up the lead.
11:58
LAP 2 – Bassett will just barely beat Lawson for the first lap led 
11:57
LAP 1 – Tayler Malsam got a bad start in the middle of the field and stacks up the field 
11:57
GREEN FLAG – UARA STARS 75-lap feature is underway!!! 
11:56
One lap to green. 
11:56
Pace laps are underway. 
11:48
The crowd here at Rockingham has helped give the command to fire engines. The UARA Late Model race is about to begin. 
11:46
Reminder: The upcoming event is the UARA STARS Late Model Series event. The USAR Pro Cup Series race will be proceeding. 
11:43
Drivers are strapping into their cars. 
11:40
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11:35
Opening ceremonies are beginning. 
11:23
Three drivers will make their UARA debuts today: former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Tayler Malsam (12th), Kyle Hall (16th), and Chris Davis (20th). 
11:15
Neither Lawson nor Bassett have ever claimed a series victory nor has third-place starter George Miedecke, who crossed the finish line first a few races back at Kingsport but was penalized back to 8th after spinning Kyle Grissom on the final circuit. 
11:12
A really interesting storyline makes up the UARA front row today. Chris Lawson, a part-time Nationwide Series driver, normally crew chiefs for Ronnie Bassett, Jr. in the UARA Series. Lawson, though, got a car for himself to race today in addition to his duties with the Bassett team and qualified on the pole. And Lawson was willing to share his setup as Bassett picked up the outside pole with a lap just six hundredths of a second slower than Lawson. 
11:05
The UARA race is scheduled to go green in an hour. 
10:55
USAR Pro Cup cars await their turn at The Rock (51 Photo)
10:53
10:49
Paddy Rodenbeck relaxes by his race car waiting for the UARA race (51 Photo)
10:46
Darrell Wallace, Jr. waits by his car for the UARA Event (51 Photo)
10:40
Today’s Trackside Now coverage is presented by McCallister Precision Marketing. They have several young talented drivers they represent including Pro Cup driver Blake Jones. They also represent Kirk May Racing another Pro Cup team running here this weekend. Check out www.marketwithmpm.com for more information. 
10:37
10:37
Brad Rogers leads the USARacing Pro Cup points coming into this show.

1. Brad Rogers 450
2. Caleb Holman 416
3. JP Morgan 378
4. Blake Jones 377
5. Sean Rayhall 360 

10:33
Brennan Poole is the point leader in the UARA Late Model Series coming into this show. David Roberts, Kyle Grissom, Scott Turlington and Kaleb Pressley.

1. Poole 331
2. Roberts 306
3. Grissom 293
4. Turlington 266
5. Pressley 260 

10:28
On the Late Model side Randy Benson hit the wall in practice yesterday and will not start today. Justin Boston also lost the motor in his car on Thursday so he will not race this weekend.

10:25
This is the fourth race for the UARA Stars here at the Rockingham. Brandon McReynolds has won twice and Corey LaJoie also has a win here at “The Rock”. Just like in the USARacing Pro Cup event, we will have a new winner. 
10:19
This is the fourth race for the Pro Cup cars here at Rockingham Speedway and all three races in the past were won by Clay Rogers. Today we will have a new winner in the Pro Cup race. 
10:17
UARA Stars Late Model Lineup
1 61 Chris Lawson 25.716
2 04 Ronnie Bassett Jr. 25.776
3 9 George Miedecke 25.835
4 7 Brennan Poole 25.865
5 31 Kyle Grissom 25.908
6 82 Paddy Rodenbeck 25.937
7 01 Andy Mercer 25.965
8 77 Alex Yontz 26.107
9 48 Scott Turlington 26.200
10 97 Jesse Little 26.214
11 76 Darrell Wallace Jr. 26.234
12 34 Tayler Malsam 26.477
13 11 Robert Johnson 26.490
14 28 Travis Swaim 26.490
15 15 Brandon Knupp 26.534
16 69 Kyle Hall 26.572
17 26 Joey Herques 26.610
18 92 Candace Muzny 26.790
19 18 David Roberts 27.103
20 88 Chris Davis 28.606
10:16
USARacing Pro Cup Lineup
1 66 Joey Gase 24.199
2 75 Caleb Holman 24.261
3 56 AJ Frank 24.273
4 23 JP Morgan 24.359
5 7 Jeff Agnew 24.403
6 9 Chase Elliott 24.403
7 27 Cale Conley 24.405
8 16 Brad Rogers 24.407
9 86 Tanner Barryhill 24.451
10 02 Tyler Young 24.537
11 4 Craig Moore 24.580
12 80 Blake Jones 24.589
13 14 Sean Rayahall 24.604
14 96 Brian Keselowski 24.824
15 11 Bryan Silas 24.892
16 97 Matt Loftin 24.906
17 77 Ryan Havner 25.055
18 76 Jerick Johnson 25.098
19 26 Nathan Russell 25.158
20 70 Jerrod Foley 25.672
21 31 Brandon Glover 26.101
22 59 Buster Graham 26.536
23 89 Chad Beahr 27.088
24 00 Mike Kurkowsi 28.977
25 24 Mike Williams 28.977
26 32 Blake Sauls 29.094
10:15
The two pole winners here at “The Rock” Yesterday. (Rockingham Photo)
9:59
Qualifying was held yesterday for both series. Chris Lawson won the UARA Pole, besting the driver he normally crew chiefs for this series, Ronnie Bassett. Joey Gase, a youngster from Georgia, won his second career USAR pole in just his third start. We will have full starting lineups later in our coverage as race time approaches. 
9:56
It’s a cloudy, muggy day in Rockingham, North Carolina. There’s rain predicted for later today, but we are optimistic about getting both races fully in. 
9:55
Hello and thanks for joining Speed51’s Trackside Now coverage of the Carolina 200 at Rockingham Speedway. We have two features for you today – the UARA Late Model Series will take to the track at noon with the USAR Pro Cup Series race to follow. 

Trackside Now: UARA & Pro Cup “At the Rock” – Rockingham Speedway – 5/14/11