9:29
On behalf of the Speed51.com crew here at Thunder Road – Matt Kentfield, Brandon Paul, Bob Dillner and Matthew Dillner – good night!
9:28
Speed51.com will power the NASCAR Home Tracks Race Central Live coverage of practice and qualifying day for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday.  Follow along with all the action beginning at 8am ET onSpeed51.com and NASCARHomeTracks.com.
9:28
That will conclude tonight’s Trackside Now action from Thunder Road International Speedbowl.

Thanks to Five Star Race Car Bodies for their support of tonight’s Trackside Now coverage.  Five Star will also present 51’s live Trackside Now coverage of the ACT event this Saturday night from White Mountain Motorsports Park in New Hampshire.

9:26
UNOFFICIAL VT GOVERNOR’S CUP 150 RESULTS

1 99VT Cody Blake
2 88VT Nick Sweet
3 60VT Derrick O’Donnell
4 9VT Chip Grenier
5 44VT Dave Pembroke
6 68VT Brooks Clark
7 85VT Trampas Demers
8 6VT Cris Michaud
9 15VT Joey Laquerre
10 18VT Jamie Fisher
11 9ME Emily Packard
12 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
13 11NH Brett Gervais
14 27VT Kyle Pembroke
15 17VT Lance Allen
16 13VT Jim Morris
17 00VT Mike Bailey
18 89VT Scott Payea
19 9NY Hunter Bates
20 40VT Eric Chase
21 16VT Joey Becker
22 66VT Jason Corliss
23 15 Clint Bowyer
24 42VT Matthew White
25 51VT Joey M. Laquerre
26 14VT Phil Scott
27 3VT Rick Roberts
28 21VT Blair Bessett
9:23
Cody Blake, the winner of the VT Governor’s Cup 150. (Speed51.com photo)
9:22
Cody Blake (99VT) edges ahead of Jean-Paul Cyr (32) after a long side-by-side battle en route to the victory. (Speed51.com photo)
9:17
As we await the finishing results, a 35-lap Tiger Sportsman feature is on track. The winner of this race, plus the Street Stock feature still to come tonight, will be posted on our Five Star Race Car Bodies Facebook page, www.facebook.com/speed51.
9:16
The sun almost set at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:11
Cody Blake, his dad, and VT Governor Peter Schumlin pose with the trophy. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:10
Comment From dan fournier 

nice job, from all of us at riverside speedway!

9:10
Comment From Victory Lane Radio 

Congratulations Cody!

9:09
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin is in victory lane and is presenting the winner’s trophy to Blake and his crew.
9:08
Comment From Guest 

Nice job Cody. Taylor MArtin Racing

9:08
Comment From 83andJoe 

Congrats to Cody Blake!

9:08
We will have an unofficial finish as soon as it’s provided by track timing and scoring officials.
9:07
Cody Blake celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:07
“It’s a dream come true,” said Cody Blake to veteran track owner and announcer Ken Squier on the track PA system after climbing from his car.
9:07
Blake exits his car and climbs up onto his roof to a huge round of applause from the Thunder Road fans.
9:06
Comment From Joey Pole 

Congratulations Cody!

9:06
Cody Blake is from just down the road here in Barre, Vermont.
9:04
Blake was sixth in the Thunder Road Late Model point standing prior to tonight’s race.
9:04
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:04
Time of race: 1 hour, 1 minute.
9:03
It is the first career Thunder Road Late Model victory for Blake.
9:03
Blake, 21, was the 2010 Thunder Road Rookie of the Year.
9:03
CHECKERED FLAG: Cody Blake scores the VT Governor’s Cup victory over Nick Sweet and Derrick O’Donnell.
9:02
WHITE FLAG for Cody Blake. Sweet has one more quarter-mile lap to try something.
9:02
Lap 147: Blake is clear by a car length, but Sweet is charging hard.
9:02
Lap 146: Sweet tries the inside off turn two, but another lapped car stood in his way.
9:01
Lap 145, 5 to go: Sweet looks high in turn four, no going just yet. There is lapped traffic the leaders will have to deal with.
9:01
Lap 142: Blake uses the lapped car of Hunter Bates as a pick to keep Sweet at bay for the time being.
9:00
Lap 140, 10 to go: Sweet is peeking underneath Blake.
9:00
Lap 139: Grenier is door to door with O’Donnell in a battle for third, but they’re losing ground to the top two.
9:00
Lap 136: Grenier, O’Donnell, Dave Pembroke and Clark run nose-to-tail from third on back.
9:00
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:59
Lap 134: Matt White follows Bowyer into the infield area. Both cars are at a complete stop under green.
8:59
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:59
Lap 135, 15 to go: Sweet is all over the back bumper of Blake.
8:59
Lap 133: Bowyer has slowed and come to a complete stop in the middle of the infield.
8:59
Comment From Nick 

It’s not the snowball, but Laquerre should get a Hal Goodson award. Never give up.

8:59
Comment From scorer27 

Laquerre! Upside down and coming back for more! That’s a racer,

8:58
Lap 131: Grenier and O’Donnell pass Cyr to get to third and fourth.
8:58
Lap 130: Clint Bowyer once again seems to slow, but picks it back up after falling back to the 13th position.
8:58
Lap 128: Grenier and Cyr remain side by side, which is holding up the rest of the pack. The top two, Blake and Sweet, are nose to tail a half straight-away ahead of them.
8:57
Lap 126: Grenier is looking under Cyr for third as Clark is using the high side to try to pass them both.
8:57
Three-wide. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:57
Lap 124: Sweet clears Cyr for second and sets his sights on the lead.
8:56
GREEN FLAG Blake clears Cyr at the line, leaving Cyr to battle with Sweet for second.
8:56
A wild ovation from the crowd for 16-year-old Joey M. Laquerre who has returned to the track after his earlier flip.
8:55
The restart order will revert to the last completed lap, which had Cyr in second at the stripe, so he will restart on the outside of Cody Blake. Sweet will restart third with Brooks Clark on his outside.
8:55
A flip cannot stop Laquerre from going back out on the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:53
YELLOW FLAG Lap 123: Matt White spins down the back stretch and comes to a halt on the grass inside turn three.
8:53
Lap 122: Sweet ducks to the inside of Cyr in an attempt to take second. He’s got it off turn four.
8:53
AS THEY CURRENTLY RUN (Lap 122):

1. Cody Blake
2. Jean-Paul Cyr
3. Nick Sweet
4. Brooks Clark
5. Chip Grenier
6. Derrick O’Donnell
7. Dave Pembroke
8. Trampas Demers
9. Clint Bowyer
10. Jamie Fisher

8:52
Lap 118: Brooks Clark, Chip Grenier, Derrick O’Donnell, Trampas Demers and Dave Pembroke all battle nose to tail or side-by-side on the back side of the top 10
8:51
Lap 114: Cody Blake has checked out by almost a full straight away now. Cyr is wrestling his car in second and now has a mirror full of Nick Sweet.
8:50
Lap 110: Sweet dispatches of Grenier and now runs third.
8:50
Lap 106: Bowyer has worked his way into the top-ten. He’s now part of a tight battle for the fifth position.
8:48
Lap 102: Side by side for third as Grenier is on the inside of Sweet.
8:48
Lap 101: Blake clears Cyr and now shows the way as the leader.
8:48
Lap 101: Bowyer makes slight contact with Joey Laquerre while battling for the 11th spot. He now has the position.
8:47
Lap 100, 50 to go: Blake now has a bit of an advantage down low.
8:47
Lap 96: Still door-to-door up front between Cyr up high and Blake down low.
8:47
Side-by-side for the lead. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:46
Lap 94: Battle for seventh shaping up as Derrick O’Donnell has it but Dave Pembroke wants it on the high lane.
8:46
Lap 92: Clint Bowyer has worked his way back to the 14th spot. He battles with Cris Michaud for 13th.
8:46
Lap 91: Cyr now pulls ahead slightly, but Blake is not giving up on the low side.
8:45
Lap 88: The side-by-side battle between Blake and Cyr has allowed Grenier and Sweet to catch up and it’s now a four-car battle for the lead
8:45
Lap 87: Further back, Demers and Clark battle door to door for fifth.
8:44
Lap 85: Neither Cyr nor Blake are giving an inch. Cyr gets good runs in the corners on the high side, while Blake is a bit better down the straights.
8:44
T-Road is a multi-groove track. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:43
Lap 81: Cyr and Blake continue to run door-to-door up front. Grenier and Sweet are single file behind them.
8:43
GREEN FLAG: Blake and Cyr battle side by side. Cyr seemed to have the advantage at the line.
8:40
Infield tomato plants at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:40
The Laquerre car has been towed back to the pit area and the field is workin through the oil-dry dropped down in turn one before we can go back to green.
8:40
Joey Laquerre’s car towed off the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:40
As they run under caution:

1. Cody Blake
2. Jean-Paul Cyr
3. Chip Grenier
4. Nick Sweet
5. Trampas Demers
6. Brooks Clark
7. Dave Pembroke
8. Kyle Pembroke
9. Derrick O’Donnell
10. Jim Morris

8:38
The crew carefully turned the 51 back on its tires. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:38
The Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 has become one of the top ARCA CRA Super Series events each year. Last year, Ross Kenseth took home his first win on the tough high-banked quarter-mile oval. Last month, TJ Reaid won the ARCA CRA Super Series event at Anderson Speedway and would like to have a Redbud 300 trophy. There will be two nights of racing with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and CRA Late Model Sportsman Series competing on Friday, July 19. The Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300 takes place on Saturday, July 20. More information can be found atwww.andersonspeedway.com.
8:36
The safety crews quickly went to work after Laquerre flipped. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:36
8:33
The field is now back under yellow and circling through the infield access road to allow track workers to flip the Joey M. Laquerre car back on its wheels.
8:33
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:32
The 51 of Joey Laquerre came to a stop upside-down on the frontstretch. He was ok. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:30
Report from the scene is that Laquerre is okay, which drew a big round of applause from the crowd.
8:30
YELLOW FLAG / RED FLAG Lap 79: Clint Bowyer made it three wide on the inside of a battle between Matt White and Joey M. Laquerre. Off turn four, Laquerre caught the outside wall and flipped over onto his roof into turn one.
8:29
Spinner to the infield, but no caution. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:29
HALFWAY Lap 75: Blake is clear in the lead now with Cyr trying to hold off Grenier and Sweet.
8:28
Lap 74: Jason Corliss goes for a spin in turn one but the caution does not fly. Corliss gets it righted and carries on
8:27
Lap 70: Cody Blake has the advantage at the line. The two continue to battle side by side for the lead.
8:27
The prestigious Milk Bowl is held at T-Road every October. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:27
Lap 69: Still side by side for the lead. Blake edges out to a slight lead on the high side off the corner, but Cyr gets the better run down low into the turns.
8:27
GREEN FLAG: Blake gets a good run into turn one and they drag race down the back stretch.
8:26
Doubled back up for the restart with Cyr leading Blake, Grenier, Demers in the first two rows
8:25
Comment From 83andJoe

Looks like y’all have the best seats in the house!

8:24
Officials are holding the Blair Bessett car for his role in the incident.
8:24
YELLOW FLAG Lap 68: Clint Bowyer gets some help and goes for a spin in turn one.
8:23
Lap 65: Cyr leads Blake by six car lengths. It’s another six back to K. Pembroke, Grenier, Demers and Sweet who run nose-to-tail from third on back.
8:22
Lap 61: Derrick O’Donnell, who started second on the restart, has been shuffled all the way back to the ninth position.
8:22
Lap 60: Now Blake, K. Pembroke and others have cleared the lapped traffic.
8:21
Lapped cars of Corliss and Chase have blocked in second on back. The lapped cars restart as they ran on the track and that was a big disadvantage for the cars that didn’t clear them as quickly as Cyr did.
8:21
Lap 58: Bowyer slows in turn one, but picks the pace back up. He’s currently at the tail end of the field.
8:21
The second restart of the race. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:20
Second on back though remain double-file
8:20
GREEN FLAG: Another good restart for Cyr. He’s clear by the exit of turn two.
8:20
Pitting under this caution were Payea, Bowyer, Scott, Michaud, White and Allen. Caution flag laps do not count and therefore none of the drivers lost a lap in the pits.
8:20
The Speed51.com boys (left, Brandon Paul and right, Duke Kentfield) have a great seat for all the action.
8:19
As they run under caution:
1. Cyr
2. O’Donnell
3. Blake
4. D. Pembroke
5. K. Pembroke
6. Sweet
7. Grenier
8. Fisher
9. Demers
10. Clark
8:18
Matt White spins in turn four. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:17
Clint Bowyer has taken a trip down pit road. He was up to the11th position at the time.
8:17
YELLOW FLAG Lap 55: Matt White spins in turn four. He left the asphalt and went into the grassy area behind the turn. Eventually he freed himself from the grass and joined at the tail end of the field.
8:15
Lap 48: Jason Corliss, Joey Becker, and Rick Roberts have gone a lap down.
8:15
Lap 47: O’Donnell, Blake, K. Pembroke, D. Pembroke, Grenier and Sweet all run nose-to-tail from second on back.
8:14
Lap 45: Cyr has checked out by a full straight away.
8:13
Lap 40: Cyr has put a lap on Blair Bessett.
8:12
Lap 38: The pink “piggy flag” for hogging up the track has waved for Chip Grenier who is holding up Sweet, Demers and others.
8:12
Lap 33: Bowyer to the inside of Jim Morris for 12th. Morris seemed to have made light contact with the frontstretch wall.
8:12
Lap 32: It’s three rows of double-file racing with K. Pembroke and Grenier, then Demers and Sweet and finally D. Pembroke and Fisher all battling from fourth on back
8:11
Pull up a blanket and watch a great race. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:10
Lap 29: Trampas Demers and Nick Sweet battle for the sixth position. Dave Pembroke and Jamie Fisher behind them battle for eighth.
8:09
Lap 24: Three wide deeper in the field with Lance Allen, Joey M. Laquerre and Matt White. They all get through somehow off turn two.
8:09
The fans are glued to the racing action. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:09
Lap 21: Bowyer has worked his way by Brooks Clark and Matt White using the outside lane. He’s currently in 13th.
8:08
Lap 20: Battle for fourth with Kyle Pembroke inside chip Grenier. Pembroke clears Grenier off turn two.
8:08
Lap 17:Scott is trying to make the outside lane work, but he’s having a hard time holding on to sixth with Trampas Demers and now Nick Sweet lined up on his inside.
8:07
Lap 15: Paul-Cyr continues to lead by three car lengths. O’Donnell has settled into the second position with Cody Blake in third.
8:07
The restart. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:06
Lap 13: Bowyer to the outside of Joey M. Laquerre for 15th. Now working to the outside of Brooks Clark.
8:06
GREEN FLAG: Blake and Cyr drag race for a full lap before Cyr pulls ahead slightly.
8:05
This restart, like all others, will be double-file.
8:05
It’s a great family atmosphere at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:05
Gervais, Bowyer, and Michaud were battling for position mid-pack when Michaud’s #6 went for a spin in turn one.
8:05
Top 10 under caution:
1.  Cyr
2.  Blake
3.  Pembroke
4.  O’Donnell
5.  Grenier
6.  Scott
7.  Demers
8.  Sweet
9.  Fisher
10.  Payea
8:04
Brett Gervais has been sent to the rear by race control.
8:03
YELLOW FLAG Lap 9: Cris Michaud goes for a spin in turn one.
8:03
Beautiful night for racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:03
Lap 9:  Clint Bowyer remains 16th
8:03
Lap 6:  Phil Scott and Nick Sweet are having a rough go on the outside.  They are the only ones up there in the top 10 and the inside lane is moving forward around them.
8:02
Lap 4:  Side by side for second with Blake on the outside of Pembroke.  Blake takes the spot on the back stretch.
8:02
Green flag action. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:01
Lap 1: Pembroke settles into second while Cody Blake is making the outside lane work as he challenges for P2
8:01
GREEN FLAG: Dead heat into turn one, but Cyredges out to an early lead by the back stretch.
8:00
Correct.  Joey, the grandfather, is in the 15VT starting 20th, while his grandson is starting 12th in the 51VT.
8:00
Comment From Guest 

HOW MANY LAQUERE’S LOL,IS THAT THE GRAND FATHER AND GRANDSON?

8:00
Hot laps. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:00
Fans wave to the drivers while crew members wave the traditional battle flags on track. (Speed51.com photo)
7:59
The cars rolls off the grid. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:58
Brooks Clark is ready for battle. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:56
Big crowd at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:56
VT GOVERNOR’S CUP STARTING LINEUP

1 27VT Kyle Pembroke
2 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
3 60VT Derrick O’Donnell
4 99VT Cody Blake
5 88VT Nick Sweet
6 14VT Phil Scott
7 9VT Chip Grenier
8 89VT Scott Payea
9 85VT Trampas Demers
10 18VT Jamie Fisher
11 13VT Jim Morris
12 51VT Joey M. Laquerre
13 44VT Dave Pembroke
14 68VT Brooks Clark
15 42VT Matt White
16 15 Clint Bowyer
17 11NH Brett Gervais
18 17VT Lance Allen
19 6VT Cris Michaud
20 15VT Joey Laquerre
21 16VT Joey Becker
22 40VT Eric Chase
23 3VT Rick Roberts
24 9NY Hunter Bates
25 9ME Emily Packard
26 66VT Jason Corliss
27 00VT Mike Bailey
28 21VT Blair Bessett
7:55
The command to fire engines have been given. 28 Late Models have come to life.
7:55
Bowyer has a laugh while strapping in (Speed51.com Photo)
7:54
7:54
The third Gulf Coast Doubleheader weekend for the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco is set for July 26 and 27. The weekend kicks off with a combination event for the Southern Super Series and the Buddy’s Home Furnishings Blizzard Series at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway on Friday, July 26. The action shifts a few miles down Interstate 10 to Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway on Saturday, July 27, for the combination Southern Super Series and Miller Lite Series 125-lap feature. Daniel Hemric swept both ends of the Gulf Coast double last month, but who will take the checkered flags home from the Gulf Coast this time around? Find out July 26 and 27. For more details, visit www.southernsuperseries.com,www.5flagsspeedway.com and www.mobilespeedway.net.
7:53
Drivers are now strapping in for 150 laps around this picturesque quarter-mile.
7:52
Clint Bowyer waves to the crowd. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:49
Drivers are lined up by their Racecars. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:46
The next big Pro Late Model event on the schedule at historic Montgomery Motor Speedway in Alabama comes on Saturday, July 13 with the Four Star Freightliner 100. Be there when the Southeast’s top Pro Late Model talents battle on the Montgomery half-mile for a special mid-Summer classic. For more details on the Four Star Freightliner 100, visit www.montgomerymotorspeedway.com
7:46
The cars are lined up on the frontstretch. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:43
16 year-old Emily Packard is introduced to the crowd. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:42
The Widowmaker (Speed51.com Photo)
7:41
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Clint Bowyer is awarded with a granite bench to commemorate his trip to T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:41
Driver introductions are now underway.
7:41
Many in tonight’s field are eagerly anticipating the ACT International 500 at Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, New York next weekend. It’s the richest race in the history of ACT racing and will draw the top Late Model racers from throughout North America.Speed51.com will be on hand to cover all the action, but it’s a can’t-miss event. For more details, visit www.acttour.com
7:40
Joey Laquerre lined up for driver intros. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:38
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin has presented Clint Bowyer a big jug of Vermont maple syrup to remember his trip to Thunder Road.

“If I win tonight, I guess the pancakes are on me,” said Bowyer to the packed stands here at Thunder Road.

7:35
NASCAR Hall of Fame broadcaster and T-Road co-owner Ken Squier talks with the crowd. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:33
The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association. More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400. Visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com‬‬ for more.
7:30
The mountains provide a beautiful backdrop for this quarter-mile race track. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:28
Cars have rolled onto the track and we’re just about ready for driver introductions.
7:27
Clint Bowyer and T-Road Promoter Tom Curley chat in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:26
It’s a packed house at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:16
VT LOTTERY COMMISSION GOVERNOR’S CUP STARTING LINEUP

1 27VT Kyle Pembroke
2 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
3 60VT Derrick O’Donnell
4 99VT Cody Blake
5 88VT Nick Sweet
6 14VT Phil Scott
7 9VT Chip Grenier
8 89VT Scott Payea
9 85VT Trampas Demers
10 18VT Jamie Fisher
11 13VT Jim Morris
12 51VT Joey M. Laquerre
13 44VT Dave Pembroke
14 68VT Brooks Clark
15 42VT Matt White
16 15 Clint Bowyer
17 11NH Brett Gervais
18 17VT Lance Allen
19 6VT Cris Michaud
20 15VT Joey Laquerre
21 16VT Joey Becker
22 40VT Eric Chase
23 3VT Rick Roberts
24 9NY Hunter Bates
25 9ME Emily Packard
26 66VT Jason Corliss
27 00VT Mike Bailey
28 21VT Blair Bessett
7:16
Four provisional spots were given out for tonight’s main event. Two for Thunder Road regulars and two for VT State Late Model Championship drivers. Emily Packard, Jason Corliss, Mike Bailey, and Blair Bessett are the recipients of the provisional starting spots.
7:15
The lines for the concession stands are packed! (Speed51.com Photo)
7:12
“Speed Bump,” the T-Road mascot, is ready for the Gov Cup tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:10
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Clint Bowyer says, “I love this place. This is real racing! Did you see that Pony Stock (Street Stock) race? They were like 6-wide. I wanna get back out there. This is going to be fun.”
7:07
The Late Models are lining up in the pits. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:06
There’s a brief intermission so fans can stretch their legs and enjoy some of the great food here at Thunder Road. Opening ceremonies will begin in just a few minutes.
7:05
Jean-Paul Cyr will start the race from the pole. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:01
UNOFFICIAL STARTING LINEUP (TOP 10):

1. Kyle Pembroke
2. Jean-Paul Cyr
3. Derrick O’Donnell
4. Cody Blake
5. Nick Sweet
6. Phil Scott
7. Chip Grenier
8. Scott Payea
9. Trampas Demers
10. Jamie Fisher

7:00
Clem Despault, Eric Badore and Mike Billado were the top three finishers in the 12-lap Tiger Sportsman Semi-Feature.
6:59
Dave Whitcomb will take a provisional to make the show. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:59
Kyle “Rowdy” Busch will be entering the second leg of the PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière in Vallee-Jonction Quebec on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013. This race will be the second race of the prestigious PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at the famed high-banked quarter-mile. Busch will be participating in the event, which will undoubtedly be the biggest short track event in the history of the province of Québec, in his #51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Super-Late Model Camry.

For more details, visit www.autodromechaudiere.com

6:57
Joey Becker climbs out of his car after making the feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:57
Next up is the Semi-Feature for the Tiger Sportsman division. This is the final on-track event before tonight’s Vermont Lottery Commission Governor’s Cup 150.
6:57
LAST CHANCE RACE RESULTS:

1. Scott Payea
2. Phill Scott
3. Joey Becker
4. Eric Chase
5. Rick Roberts
6. Hunter Bates
7. Emily Packard
8. Jason Corliss
9. Mike Bailey
10. Blair Bessett
11. David Whitcomb
12. Mark Norris
13. Marcel Gravel

6:56
The sign says it all. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:54
CHECKERED FLAG: Payea wins, but it was a thrilling duel for the sixth and final transfer spot. Emily Packard got a good run into turn three on Hunter Bates for the sixth spot, but slipped up a bit in turn four and lost the final transfer spot by inches at the stripe.
6:53
It’s a tough fight for the final transfer spot. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:53
Lap 9: Payea is clear ahead of Scott, Becker, Roberts, Chase and Bates
6:53
WHITE FLAG and the battle is on for the final transfer spot.
6:52
The top-two finishers will carry their plus-minus result from the heat race to determine their starting position in the feature.
6:52
The race is on in front of a packed house at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:52
This is the Late Model Last-Chance Race. Six transfer.
6:51
GREEN FLAG: Payea gets a good start and clears himself for the lead. Phil Scott rides a close second with Eric Chase sliding back to fourth.
6:50
LAST CHANCE RACE LINEUP:

1 89 Scott Payea
2 40 Eric Chase
3 14 Phil Scott
4 3 Rick Roberts
5 16 Joey Becker
6 66 Jason Corliss
7 9 Hunter Bates
8 22 Mark Norris
9 9ME Emily Packard
10 25 David Whitcomb
11 21 Blair Bessett
12 5 Marcel Gravel
13 00 Mike Bailey

6:49
Late Models pull onto the track for the last chance race. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:47
VT Lt Governor Phil Scott (14) is in the last chance race. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:46
Josh Demers held off Brendan Moodie for the third Tiger Sportsman heat race victory. Jason Allen finished third.
6:45
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6:45
Thunder Road LM point leader Nick Sweet told us, “We’re in the show, but it wasn’t pretty. The car is not where we want it to be. These tires have been throwing us for a loop all year. We are making a big adjustment to try to loosen the car up. But, it’s 150 laps; that’s my style of race.”
6:42
It was a dead heat for the win in the second Tiger Sportsman feature. Officials had to check timing and scoring for an official winner, who was Mike Martin. Eric Baldore was a close second with Matt Potter third
6:42
Mike “Beatle” Bailey gets ready for the last chance race. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:38
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6:37
Clem Despault has won the first Tiger Sportsman heat over Mike Billado and Darrell Morin.
6:37
Scott Payea told us he had a bad draw and waited to long to make a charge in the heat race after starting deep in the field. He finished 7th in the heat and missed the transfer spot by one. He has one more attempt to qualify thru the last chance race.
6:35
Multi-time Late Model winner Scott Payea did not transfer in thru the heat race. He will start the last chance race from the pole. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:35
The Bond Auto Tiger Sportsman cars are now on track for their heat races.
6:33
It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash! The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands. For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visitwww.kalamazoospeedway.com.
6:32
The Tiger Stocks are up next. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:32
George Butler takes the second Street Stock heat race victory.
6:28
Tommy Elwood has won the first Street Stock heat.
6:28
Fans are glued to street stock heat racing action. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:26
Tom Curley is a legendary promoter and race director in short track racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:25
By our calculations, multi-time ACT champion Jean-Paul Cyr currently holds the pole position with a +4 in his qualifying heat. Cyr started his heat in the  sixth position and finished second earning him his +4 rating.
6:23
Street Stocks are on the track for heat race number-one. T-Road’s Street Stocks are four-cylinder stock cars resembling Mini-Stocks at most tracks.
6:23
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6:22
QUALIFYING HEAT #3 RESULTS:

1. Trampas Demers
2. Jean-Paul Cyr
3. Joey Laquerre
4. Lance Allen
5. Nick Sweet
6. Brooks Clark
7. Phil Scott
8. Jason Corliss
9. Emily Packard

6:20
Tramas Demers wins the third heat race over Jean-Paul Cyr. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:19
CHECKERED FLAG: Demers wins over Cyr, Laquerre, Allen, Sweet and Clark in transfer spots.  
6:18
It appears that Marcel Gravel did not make the call to start this heat.
6:18
Lap 12: Scott, Corliss and Packard are going to have to hustle if they’re going to make a move into a transfer spot.
6:18
Lap 10:  Sweet and Allen battle door-to-door for fourth.
6:17
Lap 9:  Cyr takes second on the high side around Laquerre. 
6:17
Lap 8:  It’s Demers, Laquerre, Cyr, Sweet, Allenand Clark in transfer spots.
6:17
Fans are loving some great Late Model action. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:16
Lap 4:  Give third to Cyr.  Nick Sweet is now pressuring Allen for fourth.
6:16
Lap 2:  Demers starts to gain a slight advantage on the high side and clears Laquerre for the lead.  Lance Allen and Jean-Paul Cyr are door-to-door for third.
6:15
GREEN FLAG: Laquerre and Demers trade paint coming to the green and remain side by side for the entire first lap.
6:15
Clint Bowyer takes the checkers. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:14
HEAT RACE 3 STARTING LINEUP

1 15VT Joey Laquerre
2 85VT Trampas Demers
3 17VT Lance Allen
4 66VT Jason Corliss
5 9ME Emily Packard
6 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
7 68VT Brooks Clark
8 88VT Nick Sweet
9 5NH Marcel Gravel
10 14VT Phil Scott
6:14
QUALIFYING HEAT #2 RESULTS:

1. Clint Bowyer
2. Jamie Fisher
3. Chip Grenier
4. Cody Blake
5. Dave Pembroke
6. Kyle Pembroke
7. Eric Chase
8. Joey Becker
9. Mark Norris
10. Blair Bessett

6:13
CHECKERED FLAG: Bowyer wins over Grenier in a near dead-heat with Fisher.  Cody Blake was fourth, Dave Pembroke fifth and Kyle Pembroke sixth.  Those drivers all transfer.
6:13
Some young fans playing cars while the racing action hits high gear. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:12
WHITE FLAG: Bowyer is checked out as Grenier jumps to the hight side looking for second.
6:12
Lap 12:  It’s all Bowyer up front with Fisher trying to hold off Grenier for second.
6:12
Lap 10:  Bowyer leads by three car lengths.  The entire field remains single file.
6:12
That moves Kyle Pembroke up to the sixth spot and in a transfer position.
6:11
Lap 6:  Blair Bessett was given the pink “Piggy” flag for “hogging up the track,” but didn’t heed the flag and has since been black flagged.
6:11
The start of LM Heat race number-two. Clint Bowyer on the pole. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:11
Lap 4:  Bowyer leads Jamie Fisher, Chip Grenier, Cody Blake, Dave Pembroke and Besset
6:10
Lap 1:  Bowyer fights back to take the lead to complete the first lap.
6:10
GREEN FLAG: Blair Bessett, who jumped to the front row after scheduled outside-polesitter Mark Norris elected to start at the tail of the field, gets an early jump.
6:09
GREEN FLAG and immediate YELLOW FLAG:  Officials have deemed that Clint Bowyer’s good start was a little too good and they will be re-racked for another start.
6:08
HEAT RACE 2 STARTINGN LINEUP

1 15 Clint Bowyer
2 22ME Mark Norris
3 18VT Jamie Fisher
4 21VT Blair Bessett
5 9VT Chip Grenier
6 40VT Eric Chase
7 99VT Cody Blake
8 44VT Dave Pembroke
9 16VT Joey Becker
10 1VT Brett Wheeler
11 27VT Kyle Pembroke
6:08
QUALIFYING HEAT #1 RESULTS:

1. Matt White
2. Brett Gervais
3. Jim Morris
4. Derrick O’Donnell
5. Joey M. Laquerre
6. Chris Michaud
7. Scott Payea
8. Rick Roberts
9. Hunter Bates
10. David Whitcomb

6:07
CHECKERED FLAG: Matthew White wins over Gervais, Morris, O’Donnel, Laquerre, Michaud in transfer spots.
6:06
WHITE FLAG for Matthew White
6:05
Lap 12:   Top six are White, Gervais, Morris, O’Donnell, Laquerre and Michaud.
6:05
Lap 8:  Contact between Roberts and O’Donnell gives O’Donnel the fifth spot, Roberts sixth and Michaud looking to get into the transfer spot.
6:04
Racing action is underway at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:04
Lap 5:   The transfer spot, sixth, is currently a battle between Roberts and Derrick O’Donnell.
6:04
Lap 3:  Jim Morris slides into third ahead of a side-by-side battle between Rick Roberts and Joey M. Laquerre for fourth.
6:03
Lap 2:  White and Gervais remain side-by-side, but White has a slight advantage on the inside groove. 
6:03
GREEN FLAG: Gervais and White remain side by side up front.  The whole field is still double file for a full lap and a half after the green waved.
6:02
HEAT RACE 1 STARTING LINEUP

1 42VT Matthew White
2 11NH Brett Gervais
3 3VT Rick Roberts
4 13VT Jim Morris
5 6VT Cris Michaud
6 51VT Joey M. Laquerre
7 9NY Hunter Bates
8 60VT Derrick O’Donnel
9 89VT Scott Payea
10 25VT David Whitcomb
11 00VT Mike Bailey
6:02
TONIGHT’S QUALIFYING PROCEDURE:

Qualifying Heat’s will be 15 laps. Six drivers will qualify to the main event using the +/- system to establish starting position. This will qualify 18 drivers.

There will then be an 18-lap Consolation Race. Two drivers will qualify from the Consi and carry over their +/- rating to the feature. Positions 3-6 in the Consi will start at the tail of the field.

There will then be four provisionals given out. Two to Thunder Road regulars and two to Vermont State Championship competitors.

This should give us a field of 28 cars for the main event.

6:01
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6:01
Fans are filing in to T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:01
The “Post Time”call has been given. Late Model heat races are set to begin.
5:58
The Late Models are lining up for heat races. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:55
CRA Racing Powered by JEGS “Night of Stars Twin 100’s” at Lucas Oil Raceway on Friday, July 26 will bring some of the biggest favorite drivers for the Midwest fans. Ken Schrader, Kenny Wallace, David Stremme and Fox Sports/Speed TV NASCAR reporter Bob Dillner will be on hand for this special event. There will be a meet and greet with the fans and twin 100-lap feature events for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance. For more information, visit www.cra-racing.com.
5:54
Jean-Paul Cyr was 10th quick in the final practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:51
Clint Bowyer taking pictures with the fans. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:51
Pre-race ceremonies are now underway.
5:46
LATE MODEL FINAL PRACTICE RESULTS

1 15 Clint Bowyer 13.350
2 88VT Nick Sweet 13.389
3 99VT Cody Blake 13.446
4 44VT Dave Pembroke 13.448
5 6VT Cris Michaud 13.47
6 18VT Jamie Fisher 13.499
7 9ME Emily Packard 13.503
8 89VT Scott Payea 13.535
9 14VT Phil Scott 13.543
10 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr 13.545
11 22ME Mark Norris 13.553
12 60VT Derrick O’Donnell 13.56
13 85VT Trampas Demers 13.561
14 27VT Kyle Pembroke 13.567
15 9VT Chip Grenier 13.576
16 66 VT Jason Corliss 13.594
18 42VT Matt White 13.605
19 25VT Dave Whitcomb 13.607
20 00VT Mike Bailey 13.64
21 16VT Joey Becker 13.654
22 17VT Lance Allen 13.675
23 9NY Hunter Bates 13.748
24 11NH Brett Fervais 13.759
25 40VT Eric Chase 13.797
26 1VT Brett Wheeler 13.91
27 5NH Marcel Gravel  13.925

5:46
Tom Curley also serves as the Race Director. His drivers meeting are infamous. This time he talked about being “chopped,” being a “d—head,” and how to dump a person properly at this track.
5:46
Track owner Tom Curley holds the drivers meeting at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:43
The richest race in the history of the American Canadian Tour (ACT) is coming July 20-21…it’s the ACT International 500 at Plattsburgh, New York’s Airborne Speedway. The ACT Invitational is the new “mid-summer classic” for ACT teams when old rivalries between the US and Canada, and new rivalries between veteran favorites and brash new-comers from both the US and Quebec-based ACT organizations are re-established at Airborne.

The International 500 is also featuring a Monza-style twin 50-lap Airborne Modified feature event and a 100-lap non-qualifier “Reserve Feature” for ACT Late Model teams who do not qualify for the main event. Both events will post over $20,000.00 in purse and prize money. The 40 lucky teams who qualify for the “Milk Bowl”-style feature will run three 100-lap inverted races that make up the 300. A minimum of $25,000.00 to the overall winner in the unique event has been posted.

For more details on the ACT International 500, visit www.acttour.com.

5:43
Track owner hosts the drivers meeting at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:41
The Late Model drivers meeting is currently underway in the pit area.
5:34
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Clint Bowyer was fastest in the final practice for the Governor’s Cup 150. We’ll have a full rundown of practice times shortly.
5:28
LATE MODEL HEAT RACE 3 LINEUP

1 15VT Joey Laquerre
2 85VT Trampas Demers
3 17VT Lance Allen
4 66VT Jason Corliss
5 9ME Emily Packard
6 32VT Jean-Paul Cyr
7 68VT Brooks Clark
8 88VT Nick Sweet
9 5NH Marcel Gravel
10 14VT Phil Scott
5:28
LATE MODEL HEAT RACE 2 LINEUP

1 15 Clint Bowyer
2 22ME Mark Norris
3 18VT Jamie Fisher
4 21VT Blair Bessett
5 9VT Chip Grenier
6 40VT Eric Chase
7 99VT Cody Blake
8 44VT Dave Pembroke
9 16VT Joey Becker
10 1VT Brett Wheeler
11 27VT Kyle Pembroke
5:28
LATE MODEL HEAT RACE 1 LINEUP

1 42VT Matthew White
2 11NH Brett Gervais
3 3VT Rick Roberts
4 13VT Jim Morris
5 6VT Cris Michaud
6 51VT Joey M. Laquerre
7 9NY Hunter Bates
8 60VT Derrick O’Donnel
9 89VT Scott Payea
10 25VT David Whitcomb
11 00VT Mike Bailey
5:24
One of the most prestigious Super Late Model events in the country celebrates its 30th running in 2013. It’s the World Crown 300 at Jefferson, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park. The World Crown winners’ list reads like a who’s-who in short track racing and drivers from throughout the country will try to etch their name into World Crown history on August 10 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visitwww.racegmp.com
5:22
A Tiger Stock car that looks a lot like one of Darrell Waltrip’s old cars. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:21
Clint Bowyer will start on the pole in the second qualifying heat for tonight’s Governor’s Cup 150. We will have full heat lineups momentarily.
5:16
Defending ‘King of the Road’ Nick Sweet was fastest in the second practice session. He has yet to hit the track for final practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:07
Late Models are currently on the track for their final practice session of the afternoon.
5:00
Scott Payea was second quick in the second Late Model session. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:00
VT LOTTERY COMMISSION GOVERNOR’S CUP 150 DRIVER ROSTER

1VT Brett Wheeler Waterbury, VT
3VT Rick Roberts E. Barre, VT
5NH Marcel Gravel Wolcott, VT
6VT Cris Michaud E. Montpelier, VT
9ME Emily Packard E. Montpelier, VT
9VT Chip Genier Graniteville, VT
9NY Hunter Bates Pittsford, VT
11NH Bbrett Gervais Island Pond, VT
13VT Jim Morris Barre, VT
14VT Phil Scott Middlesex, VT
15 Clint Bowyer Emporia, KS
15VT Ljoey Laquerre E. Montpelier, VT
16VT Joey Becker Jeffersonville, VT
17VT Lance Allen Barre, VT
18VT Jamie Fisher Shelburne, VT
21VT Blair Bessett Worcester, VT
22ME Mark Norris Farmington, ME
25VT David Whitcomb Essex Jct., VT
27VT Kyle Pembroke Montpelier, VT
32VT Jean-Paul Cyr Milton, VT
40VT Eric Chase Milton, VT
42VT Matthew White Northfield, VT
44VT Dave Pembroke Middlesex, VT
51VT Joey Laquerre E. Montpelier, VT
60VT Derrick O’Donnell N. Haverhill, NH
66VT Jason Corliss Barre, VT
68VT Brooks Clark Fayston, VT
85VT Trampas Demers S. Burlington, VT
88VT Nick Sweet Barre, VT
89VT Scott Payea Milton, VT
99VT Cody Blake Barre, VT
00VT Mike Bailey South Barre, VT
4:57
Late Model Practice Results – Session #2
Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl, Barre, VT

1) Nick Sweet
2) Scott Payea
3) Dave Pembroke
4) Jean-Paul Cyr
5) Trampas Demers
6) Brooks Clark
7) Clint Bowyer
8) Matt White
9) Jamie Fisher
10) Hunter Bates

4:54
Comment From DMD Racing 

wish we were there, how many late models – ANSWER: 32

4:53
There are currently 32 Late Models in the pit area at Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl for tonight’s 34th running of the Governor’s Cup.
4:50
The Tiger Stocks are currently on the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:48
Two-time Governor’s Cup winner Nick Sweet is among the favorites here tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
4:46
Kyle Pembroke’s #27 going thru Late Model tech. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:41
Tonight’s Vermont Governor’s Cup 150 marks the 34th running of this prestigious event. In the past, it has been a Sportsman Coupe, Modified, Late Model Sportsman, NASCAR North Tour, ACT Pro Stock, Sportsman and a Late Model event held here at Thunder Road and the now closed Catamount Stadium.

Past winners of this event include such notables as Rene Charland and Bugsy Stevens in its Modified days in the 1960’s, Davd Dion, Bobby Dragon, Joey Kourafas and Beaver Dragon in the Sportsman days. NASCAR North winners of the Governor’s Cup include Robbie Crouch, Stub Fadden, Jamie Augie and Bobby Dragon throught he 1980’s. In recent years, Eric Williams, Cris Michaud, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Nick Sweet and John Donahue have gone to victory lane here at Thunder Road in the Gov Cup.

4:41
The street stocks are arriving at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:39
Late Models lined up for practice at T-Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:33
Comment From Dave Moody 

Greatest short track on the planet. Enjoy the night, folks!

4:33
Matthew White, who sits 10th in VT Late Model Championship points, makes laps. (Speed51.com photo)
4:31
Clint Bowyer will be driving the car normally driven by Travis Stearns on the American-Canadian Tour. The car is owned by Richard Green Racing and was prepared by Crazy Horse Racing in South Paris, ME.
4:31
Late Models get dialed in at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com photo)
4:28
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4:28
It is currently 76-degrees in Barre, VT with big white clouds sharing the blue sky over Thunder Road. The forecast calls for clear skies with temperatures in the 60’s come race time. The bottom line… It is a beautiful night for the Vermont Lottery Governor’s Cup 150.
4:27
VERMONT STATE LATE MODEL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
(Top 10)

1 88VT Nick Sweet 143
2 9VT Chip Grenier 130
3 85VT Trampas Demers 122
4 9ME Emily Packard 96
4 (tie) 16ME Travis Stearns 96
6 14VT Phil Scott 90
7 9NY Hunter Bates 88
8 40VT Eric Chase 84
9 18VT Jamie Fisher 82
10 42VT Matthew White 80
4:27
Tonight’s Late Model race is round three of the four-race Vermont State Late Model Championship, which takes place both here at Thunder Road and at Devil’s Bowl Speedway.  Derrick O’Donnell and Nick Sweet were the winners of the first two races. 
4:24
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Clint Bowyer is racing at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:22
Cars were in the parking lot even before the gates opened at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:07
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3:57
EVENT SCHEDULE

PRACTICE
3:00pm – Bond Auto Tigers
3:15pm – ACT Late Models
3:45pm – Allen Lumber Street Stocks
3:55pm – Bond Auto Tigers
4:10pm – ACT Late Models
4:35pm – Allen Lumber Street Stocks
4:45pm – Bond Auto Tigers
5:00pm – ACT Late Models

5:30pm – Close Track

5:30pm-5:55pm – Clint Bowyer Autograph Session

5:35pm – Drivers Meeting
5:50pm – Post Parade (60VT, 71TS, 38SS)

6:00pm – Racing
ACT Late Model Heats
Allen Lumber SS Heats
Bond Auto Tiger Heats
ACT Late Model Consi
Bond Auto Tiger Semi-Feature (12 Laps)
INTERMISSION
Crews Grid Gov Cup 150
Driver Intros (Walkover)
National Anthems
VT Lottery Commission Gov. Cup 150
Victory Lane
Bond Auto Tiger Feature (35 Laps)
Allen Lumber Street Stock Feature (25 Laps)

3:50
Good afternoon and welcome to Thunder Road International Speedbowl in picturesque Barre, Vermont, where today Round Three of the Vermont State Late Model Championship takes center stage with the Vermont Lottery VT Governor’s Cup 150.
3:49
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Trackside Now: Vermont Governor’s Cup – Thunder Road Speedbowl (VT) – 7/11/13