11:19
That will conclude the Five Flags Speedway Whataburger Night of Champions. Congratulations to all of our winners and champions. Stay tuned to Speed51.comthroughout the week for follow-up news, quotes and photos.

Goodnight!

11:15
Tracy Soles in victory lane. (speed51.com photo)
11:10
CHECKERED: Tracy Soles wins the 20-lap Bomber division feature as Michael Nelson takes the division title.
11:08
Lap 15: Tracy Soles continues to lead the way.
11:06
Lap 10: The crossed flags are in the air, we are halfway.
11:05
One lap to green. We will have 11 laps to go.
10:57
The car involved is the No. 88 of Gino Denmark.
10:57
YELLOW: Caution is out for a spin and a car in the inside turn four wall.
10:57
Lap 8: Tracy Soles to the lead as we approach halfway in this 20-lap Bomber division feature.
10:56
Lap 6: Michael Nelson has slowed on the bottom with trouble.
10:54
One lap to green.
10:52
YELLOW: The caution is out for trouble in turn two at lap five.
10:50
Steve Buttrick celebrates his championship in victory lane. (Speed51 Photo)
10:50
Champion’s burn out. (Speed51 Photo)
10:49
Brannon Fowler gives his winner’s interview. (Speed51 Photo)
10:49
Bomber division 20-lap feature is on track.
10:47
Up next will be the Bomber division feature where Michael Nelson has already locked up the 2013 championship.
10:40
UNOFFICIAL ALLEN TURNER TUNE UP RESULTS

Pos. No. Driver Laps
1 9 Chase Elliott 100
2 18 Hunter Robbins 100
3 10 RS Senter 100
4 12 Harrison Burton 100
5 66 Korey Ruble 100
6 81 Brandon Odom 100
7 19 Ray Black Jr 100
8 88 Garrett Jones 100
9 26 Bryce Dulabhan 100
10 4 Kyle Plott 100
11 11 Brad May 100
12 14 Ryan Luza 100
13 4M Elliott Massey 99
14 64 David Jones 99
15 58 Will Brown 99
16 36B Rodney Benefield 84
17 14 Chris Davidson 67
18 112 John Bolen 49
19 01 Derek Scott Jr 49
20 42 Steven Davis 44
21 99 Wayne Niedecken Jr 38
22 29 Spencer Davis 38
23 22 Jeremy Pate 38
24 11 Johanna Long 38
25 45 Dwayne Buggay 38
26 2 Kyle McCallum 38
27 54 John Thompson 27
28 92 Ron McDonald 15
29 41G Troy Grisaffi 5
30 52 Cody Karl 5
31 91 Madison Schneider 4
10:39
CHECKERED: Brannon Fowler wins the Beef O’Brady’s Sportsman division feature as Steve Buttrick wins his second division title.
10:35
Lap 10: Brannon Fowler currently leads Buttrick and Johnny Greene Jr.
10:34
By taking the green flag, Steve Buttrick has taken the Sportsman division title.
10:31
The Sportsman division 25-lap feature has taken the green flag.
10:30
Garrett Jones celebrates his Pro Late Model championship. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:29
Chase Elliott in victory lane with the Allen Turner Tune Up trophy. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:16
CHECKERED: Chase Elliott wins the Allen Turner Tune Up 100 and Garrett Jones wins the Pro Late Model championship by inches.
10:15
Lap 98: Two more laps for Dulabhan to catch and pass Jones for the championship.
10:14
Lap 96: Leaders working through heavy lapped traffic.
10:14
Lap 95: Five laps to go.
10:13
Lap 93: Dulabhan works under Plott for ninth which will put him right behind Jones in eighth.
10:12
Lap 90: Ten laps to go. Elliott leads Robbins by five car lengths.
10:12
Lap 87: Brown has slowed on the bottom as the leaders go by.
10:11
Lap 83: Luza is all over the rear bumper of Massey but can’t quite seem to figure out how to pass him without making contact.
10:10
Lap 80: Elliott continues to lead Robbins, Senter, Burton, Ruble, Odom, Black and Jones.
10:09
Lap 78: Benefield has come back on track but slowed again on the bottom.
10:08
Lap 75: 25 laps to go for Elliott and Robbins at the head of the field.
10:07
Lap 73: Dulabhan now works under Massey for 11th.
10:07
Lap 71: Dulabhan currently rides 12th while Garrett Jones is eighth.
10:06
Lap 70: Elliott and Robbins have pulled away by about five car lengths over Senter and Burton.
10:06
Lap 68: Davidson has come to pit road.
10:06
Lap 66: Senter and Burton still side by side until Senter finally clears the No. 12 off turn two.
10:05
Lap 65: Senter battles back on the outside for third around Burton.
10:05
GREEN: Elliott leads into turn one again this time as Robbins falls in line second off turn four.
10:04
One lap to green.
10:03
CURRENT TOP-TEN

1. Chase Elliott
2. Hunter Robbins
3. Harrison Burton
4. RS Senter
5. Korey Ruble
6. Brandon Odom
7. Garrett Jones
8. Ray Black Jr
9. Kyle Plott
10. Chris Davidson

10:02
Dulabhan has come back to pit road.
10:00
It was the No. 14L of Ryan Luza who made contact with Massey and sent him around. Luza has been sent to the rear.
9:59
YELLOW: The caution is back out for a spin by Elliott Massey in turns three and four.
9:59
Lap 64: Dulabhan under Plott ofr ninth but can’t take the spot and falls back in line tenth down the frontstretch.
9:58
Lap 60: Elliott leads Robbins, Burton, Senter, Ruble, Odom, G. Jones, Black, Plott and Dulabhan.
9:57
Lap 58: Odom under Jones for sixth now.
9:57
Lap 56: Dulabhan is already back up to tenth. Jones rides sixth.
9:56
Lap 54: Burton takes third on the outside of Senter.
9:56
GREEN: Elliott leads Robbins by inches into turn one.
9:55
Dulabhan exits the pits now.
9:55
One lap to green.
9:53
Dulabhan has come to pit road.
9:53
Massey spins. (Speed51 Photo)
9:53
Points leader Bryce Dulabhan rides sixth while second-place Garrett Jones rides eighth as we work lap 53.
9:53
Benefield will be the free pass.
9:52
YELLOW: The caution is out for a spin by Massey in turn two.
9:51
Lap 52: Ruble takes sixth from Dulabhan.
9:51
Lap 50: HALFWAY – Robbins clears for second and Senter rides third.
9:51
GREEN: Elliott leads at the line and leaves Robbins and Senter to battle for second.
9:50
One lap to green.
9:50
Tech director Ricky Brooks has parked the No. 01 of Derek Scott Jr for speeding on pit road excessively multiple times.
9:46
REMINDER: Dulabhan is the current points leader by just two markers and Garrett Jones is the second place machine.  Whichever driver finishes ahead will be the series champion.
9:45
CURRENT RUNNING ORDER

1. Chase Elliott
2. Hunter Robbins
3. RS Senter
4. Bryce Dulabhan
5. Harrison Burton
6. Brandon Odom
7. Korey Ruble
8. Chris Davidson
9. Kyle Plott
10. Garrett Jones
11. Ray Black Jr
12. Elliott Massey
13. Ryan Luza
14. Brad May
15. Brad May
16. Will Brown
17. Derek Scott Jr
18. David Jones
19. Steven Davis
20. Rodney Benefield

9:44
John Bolen leaves his No. 112. (Speed51 Photo)
9:43
YELLOW: Ruble, Bolen and Davidson were three-wide for seventh when Bolen was turned sideways in front of Davidson and connected with the outside frontstretch wall.
9:42
Lap 48: Bolen under Davidson for seventh.
9:42
Lap 46: Burton now looks under Dulabhan for fourth.
9:41
Lap 45: Davis makes his way to pit road safely. We are still under green.
9:41
Lap 44: Steven Davis has slowed off the pace down the backstretch.
9:41
Lap 44: Davidson under Steven Davis for seventh.
9:40
Lap 42: Senter moves under Dulabhan to take fourth.
9:40
Spencer Davis. (Speed51 Photo)
9:40
Lap 40: Dulabhan lost a lot of ground and has fallen to third so far.
9:40
Spencer Davis. (Speed51 Photo)
9:40
Lap 39: Dulabhan and Elliott make contact in turns three and four allowing Elliott to take the spot on the outside and Robbins to move by for second.
9:39
GREEN: Dulabhan leads at the line put Elliott powers ahead off turn two.
9:38
One to go to green.
9:38
As cautions do not count, we can not yet do a full-field rundown as the wrecked cars are still in the lineup.
9:38
CURRENT TOP-10

1. Bryce Dulabhan
2. Chase Elliott
3. Hunter Robbins
4. RS Senter
5. Harrison Burton
6. Brandon Odom
7. Steven Davis
8. John Bolen
9. Chris Davidson
10. Wayne Niedecken Jr

9:36
Long’s No. 11 is towed away. (Speed51 Photo)
9:35
Pate’s No. 22 machine leaves the scene. (Speed51 Photo)
9:35
Comment From Guest 

Can you give a line up where everyone is running at now?

9:35
The scene is almost clear in turn three. (Speed51 Photo)
9:35
As we are under red, the field was frozen following the wreck. We will update as soon as scoring updates when we are back rolling.
9:33
RED: We are under red for cleanup.
9:33
McCallum and Long come to a rest in turn three. (Speed51 Photo)
9:30
Elliott Massey, Rodney Benefield, David Jones, Wayne Niedecken Jr, Ryan Luza, Derek Scott Jr, Kyle McCallum, Johanna Long, Brad May and Jeremy Pate were among the cars involved.
9:29
YELLOW: We have a nine-car tangle in turn three.
9:27
Lap 37: Dulabhan pulls ahead down the backstretch and Elliott falls in line second. Robbins rides third.
9:27
GREEN: Dulabhan and Elliott side by side into turn one.
9:26
One lap to green.
9:26
The No. 4M of Elliott Massey will be the free pass car.
9:22
YELLOW: The caution is out on the racetrack for debris.
9:21
Lap 35: Elliott dives low under Robbins in turn three to take the second spot away.
9:21
Comment From sherry 

Us too Cody!

9:21
Lap 34: Wayne Niedecken Jr now rolls under Plott for tenth in turns one and two.
9:20
Lap 31: Dulabhan has pulled away with the lead now that he is clear of lapped traffic and Elliott still rides right on the rear bumper of Robbins’ No. 18.
9:19
Comment From Cody Karl 

I am glad that I was able to walk away

9:19
Lap 28: Elliott looks low under Robbins after they make their way by Benefield but falls back in line third.
9:18
Lap 26: As they work through lapped traffic now, Elliott has closed in on the rear bumper of Robbins for second.
9:17
Lap 23: Dulahbahn is closing in on Benefield at the tail of the field.
9:16
Lap 20: Burton has closed in on Steven Davis for fifth.
9:16
Lap 17: Dulabhan leads Robbins and Elliott by a solid six car lengths.
9:14
Lap 10: Dulabhan leads Robbins, Elliott, Senter, Steven Davis and Burton.
9:13
Lap 8: Robbins around Elliott for second.
9:13
Lap 6: Elliott pulls even on the outside down the backstretch and then tries the crossover into turn one but Dulabhan holds him off.
9:12
GREEN: Dulabhan leads Elliott into turn one.
9:12
One to go to green.
9:05
The singed turn four wall at the point of impact. (Speed51 Photo)
9:03
Grisaffi’s charred No. 41. (Speed51 Photo)
8:55
Turns three and four ablaze as the wreck began. (Speed51 Photo)
8:54
The aftermath of the wreck in turn four. (Speed51 Photo)
8:54
The rear of Grisaffi’s machine has burnt to a crisp. (Speed51 Photo)
8:50
Cody Karl was the second car involved.
8:49
Both drivers are out after the two machines went ablaze.
8:48
YELLOW: Grisaffi and another car we can’t quite see have tangled in turns three and four and caught fire.
8:47
Lap 5: As they come across the line Odom takes fourth.
8:47
Lap 4: Odom under Senter for fourth in turn one and their side by side off two.
8:46
Lap 3: Robbins looks under Elliott for second down the backstretch but falls in line third.
8:46
GREEN: Dulabhan leads the field into turn one again this lap.
8:43
One to go to green.
8:39
YELLOW: The caution is out for a spin in turn four by John Thompson who collected Will Brown. Both have pulled away under their own power.
8:38
Lap 1: Elliott falls in line second down the backstretch.
8:38
GREEN: Dulabhan leads Elliott and Robbins into turn one.
8:38
One lap to green.
8:36
Rolling under the initial pace laps.
8:32
Engines have fired and we will be underway shortly.
8:30
Bryce Dulabhan your pole sitter. Invert was a one. He will start on the pole. (speed51.com photo)
8:26
Dulabhan rolls a one for the invert and we will start the field straight up.
8:24
The field is staged and ready. (Speed51 Photo)
8:21
Following qualifying, Dulabhan and Jones are separated by just two points. Whichever driver finishes ahead of the other will be the series champion after 100 laps tonight.
8:19
Comment From Steve

Come on Bryce, take that 26 to Victory Lane!!

8:19
Comment From allen

Good luck Bryce

8:19
Comment From Guest

Good job Chopper

8:19
Driver intros. (speed51.com photo)
8:18
Mike Garvey has loaded up and will not start the event.
8:18
ALLEN TURNER TUNE UP STARTING LINEUP

Pos. No. Driver
1 26 Bryce Dulabhan
2 9 Chase Elliott
3 18 Hunter Robbins
4 10 RS Senter
5 81 Brandon Odom
6 42 Steven Davis
7 11M Brad May
8 12 Harrison Burton
9 4P Kyle Plott
10 22 Jeremy Pate
11 14 Chris Davidson
12 112 John Bolen
13 99 Wayne Niedecken Jr
14 19 Ray Black Jr
15 29 Spencer Davis
16 45 Dwayne Buggay
17 11 Johanna Long
18 2 Kyle McCallum
19 01 Derek Scott Jr
20 41G Troy Grisaffi
21 54 John Thompson
22 4M Elliott Massey
23 14L Ryan Luza
24 66 Korey Ruble
25 64 David Jones
26 52 Cody Karl
27 36 Rodney Benefield
28 88 Garrett Jones
29 15 Mason Massey
30 58 Will Brown
31 92 Ron McDonald
32 91 Madison Schneider
8:08
Pro Late Models have lined up on the frontstretch for driver introductions.
8:01
Up next will be the Pro Late Model Allen Turner Tune Up 100.

Current PLM Standings:

Pos. Driver Points
1    Garrett Jones 806 Leader
2    Bryce Dulahban 794 -12
3    Wayne Niedecken, Jr. 729 -77
4    Troy Grisaffi 903 -203
5    Jeremy Pate 589 -217
6    Tommy Rollins 543 -263
7    Cody Karl 540 -266
8    Lonnye Black, II 537 -269
9    Brandon Odom 421 -385
10    John Thompson 396 -410
8:01
There will be no raido tonight.
8:01
Comment From Guest

Are y’all doing the radio broadcast again tonight?

8:00
Chopper Stagner race winner and champion. (speed51.com photo)
7:54
Comment From Maddux

Stay up front Hunter!

7:54
Comment From Lisa Riley

Go Emilee Riley 21 we love you from Georgia.

7:54
CHECKERED: Steve Stagner will take home both the race and championship trophies this evening.
7:54
Comment From Forrest barrett

Good luck spencer David’s 129 Forrest Barrett

7:53
Lap 20: 5 laps to go for Steve “Chopper” Stagner at the front of the field.
7:51
Lap 15: Stagner leads both the race and the championship standings at the moment.
7:49
Lap 10: Stagner holds a five truck-length lead over Day in second. Okie Mason, Ray Hoey and Howard Langham round out the top-five.
7:48
Comment From Guest

Good job Don Don Hamrac

7:48
Comment From Spencer mom

Good luck spencer Davis 129 from your mom and dee and nanny Gloria ! And rest your friends and family in Dawsonville Ga.

7:48
Lap 5: Stagner continues to lead Day with Mason and Hoey side by side for third behind them.
7:46
GREEN: Stagner leads at the line this time.
7:45
Before the yellow flew, Jay Jay Day went three-wide with Stagner and Hoey for the lead. The yellow flew before a leader emerged. We will revert back to the original starting lineup.
7:44
YELLOW: The caution is out just after the green flew for a spin in turn two.
7:42
Pro Trucks are on the track for their 25-lap feature.
7:41
CURRENT PRO TRUCK STANDINGS

1. Steve Stagner             LEADER
2. Jay Jay Day                 -4
3. Chris Brownlee         -51
4. David Salisbury Jr     -65
5. Howard Langham     -66

7:39
Donnie Hamrac modified champion. (speed51.com photo)
7:36
Donald Crocker gives his winners interview in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:33
CHECKERED: Donald Cracker wins the 35-lap feature event and Donnie Hamrac wins the 2013 Modified division title.
7:32
WHITE: One more lap.
7:32
Lap 33: Two laps remain for Donald Crocker at the head of the field and Donnie Hamrac is second with the championship lead.
7:30
Lap 30: Five laps to go for Crocker, Hamrac and Pollard at the front of the field.
7:29
Lap 25: Hamrac dives low under Crocker into turn three and makes contact but isn’t able to take the spot as Crocker pulls away with the lead.
7:28
Lap 20: Crocker continues to lead Hamrac, Pollard and Mills.
7:27
Lap 18: Pollard falls back to third behind Hamrac.
7:27
GREEN: Crocker leads the field on the start as Pollard challenges Hamrac for second on the outside.
7:26
One lap to green.
7:24
YELLOW: The caution is out for a spin by Chris Cotto in turn four.
7:23
Lap 15: Hamrac is still right in Crocker’s tire tracks pressuring for the top spot.
7:22
Lap 10: Pollard, in third, is closing in on the lead battle.
7:21
Lap 5: Crocker, who started on the pole, continues to lead at lap five.
7:20
GREEN: The green flag is in the air and the 35-lap Modified division feature is underway.
7:16
Engines have fired and the Modified division will be underway momentarily.
7:11
Pre-race ceremonies are now underway.
7:05
Comment From les 

GO NO.18 RONNIE SANDERS CAR

7:05
Comment From Jonathan Wilborn 

Good Luck to Chase Elliott & Harrison Burton

7:05
Remainder of tonight’s schedule:

Modified Championship (35 Laps)
Pro Truck Championship (25 Laps)
Allen Turner Tune Up 100
Sportsman Championship (25 Laps)
Bomber Championship (20 Laps)

7:04
Comment From Dale Brown 

Good luck to Chase Elliott. Get er Done!

7:03
Comment From Mms 

Obviously no. 26. Has what it takes with any good driver.

7:03
Comment From Guest 

Well we now know Bubba Pollards cars are good with anyone in them

6:44
The impound line. (Speed51 Photo)
6:43
The trail of rearend fluid from Garvey’s car. (Speed51 Photo)
6:42
Comment From Maddux 

Good luck hunter robbins

6:42
Comment From Guest 

Great lap Bryce…..plenty of horses under that hood!

6:42
PRO LATE MODEL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Pos. No. Driver Best Lap
1 26 Bryce Dulabhan 16.602
2 9 Chase Elliott 16.613
3 18 Hunter Robbins 16.765
4 10 RS Senter 16.777
5 81 Brandon Odom 16.779
6 42 Steven Davis 16.800
7 11M Brad May 16.827
8 12 Harrison Burton 16.829
9 4P Kyle Plott 16.844
10 22 Jeremy Pate 16.890
11 14 Chris Davidson 16.935
12 112 John Bolen 16.953
13 99 Wayne Niedecken Jr 16.955
14 19 Ray Black Jr 16.957
15 29 Spencer Davis 16.976
16 45 Dwayne Buggay 17.009
17 11 Johanna Long 17.024
18 2 Kyle McCallum 17.034
19 01 Derek Scott Jr 17.062
20 41G Troy Grisaffi 17.103
21 54 John Thompson 17.138
22 4M Elliott Massey 17.179
23 14L Ryan Luza 17.186
24 66 Korey Ruble 17.193
25 64 David Jones 17.211
26 52 Cody Karl 17.365
27 36 Rodney Benefield 17.365
28 88 Garrett Jones 17.368
29 15 Mason Massey 17.447
30 58 Will Brown 17.630
31 92 Ron McDonald 17.899
32 91 Madison Schneider 21.103
33 1 Mike Garvey NO TIME
6:42
Mike Garvey breaks the rearend pulling out to qualify. (Speed51 Photo)
6:40
Final qualifier Mike Garvey will not take time after having rear end issues before taking time.
6:39
58 – Will Brown
Best Lap: 17.630
6:39
Chris Davidson. (Speed51 Photo)
6:39
14 – Chris Davidson
Lap 1: 17.042
Lap 2: 16.935
Best Lap: 16.935
6:38
91 – Madison Schneider
Lap 1: 21.103
Best Lap: 21.103
6:37
41G – Troy Grisaffi
Lap 1: 17.504
Lap 2: 17.103
Best Lap: 17.103
6:37
Just a handful of cars left. (Speed51 Photo)
6:36
12 – Harrison Burton
Lap 1: 16.950
Lap 2: 16.829
Best Lap: 16.829
6:35
Harrison Burton. (Speed51 Photo)
6:35
Brandon Odom. (Speed51 Photo)
6:35
81- Brandon Odom
Lap 1: 16.848
Lap 2: 16.779
Best Lap: 16.779
6:34
4P – Kyle Plott
Lap 1: 16.931
Lap 2: 16.844
Best Lap: 16.844
6:33
Kyle Plott. (Speed51 Photo)
6:33
88 – Garrett Jones
Best Lap: 17.368
6:32
01 – Derek Scott Jr
Lap 1: 17.272
Lap 2: 17.062
Best Lap: 17.062
6:31
Derrick Scott Jr. (Speed51 Photo)
6:30
99 – Wayne Niedecken Jr
Lap 1: 17.116
Lap 2: 16.955
Best Lap: 16.955
6:30
6:29
Spencer Davis gets some assistance as the sunsets here at Five Flags Speedway. (Speed51 Photo)
6:29
29 – Spencer Davis
Lap 1: 17.019
Lap 2: 16.976
Best Lap: 16.976
6:28
11 – Johanna Long
Lap 1: 17.045
Lap 2: 17.024
Best Lap: 17.024
6:28
Johanna Long. (Speed51 Photo)
6:27
9 – Chase Elliott
Lap 1: 16.749
Lap 2: 16.613
Best Lap: 16.613
6:27
We are back underway and Chase Elliott is our next qualifier.
6:25
Massey’s car heads back to the trailer on the rollback. (Speed51 Photo)
6:21
Massey’s car prepares to get hooked. (Speed51 Photo)
6:17
Massey did complete his first lap at a lap of 17.447.
6:16
Coming off turn two on his second lap, Mason Massey spun off turn two and made hard contact with the outside wall. He has come to a rest now and we will be delayed for cleanup.
6:15
Mason Massey and Chase Elliott. (Speed51 Photo)
6:15
42 – Steven Davis
Lap 1: 16.905
Lap 2: 16.800
Best Lap: 16.800
6:14
45 – Dwayne Buggay
Lap 1: 17.096
Lap 2: 17.009
Best Lap: 17.009
6:13
2 – Kyle McCallum
Lap 1: 17.113
Lap 2: 17.034
Best Lap: 17.034
6:12
That is a new Pro Late Model track record by one thousandth of a second.
6:12
Bryce Dulabam. (Speed51 Photo)
6:12
26 – Bryce Dulabhan
Lap 1: 16.755
Lap 2: 16.602
Best Lap: 16.602
6:11
36 – Rodney Benefield
Lap 1: 18.006
Lap 2: 17.365
Best Lap: 17.365
6:09
52 – Cody Karl
Lap 1: 17.775
Lap 2: 17.365
Best Lap: 17.365
6:09
6:09
Cody Karl. (Speed51 Photo)
6:08
4M – Elliott Massey
Lap 1: 17.265
Lap 2: 17.179
Best Lap: 17.179
6:08
Elliott Massey. (Speed51 Photo)
6:08
92 – Ron McDonald
Lap 1: 18.123
Lap 2: 17.899
Best Lap: 17.899
6:06
11M – Brad May
Lap 1: 17.108
Lap 2: 16.827
Best Lap: 16.827
6:05
112 – John Bolen
Lap 1: 16.992
Lap 2: 16.953
Best Lap: 16.953
6:04
14L – Ryan Luza
Best Lap: 17.186
6:04
6:04
Brad May. (Speed51 Photo)
6:03
54 – John Thompson
Lap 1: 17.339
Lap 2: 17.138
Best Lap: 17.138
6:03
That puts Robbins on the provisional pole.
6:02
John Thompson. (Speed51 Photo)
6:02
18 – Hunter Robbins
Lap 1: 16.952
Lap 2: 16.765
Best Lap: 16.765
6:01
10 – RS Senter
Lap 1: 16.926
Lap 2: 16.777
Best Lap: 16.777
6:01
64 – David Jones
Lap 1: 17.524
Lap 2: 17.211
Best Lap: 17.211
6:00
David Jones. (Speed51 Photo)
6:00
64 – David Jones
6:00
19 – Ray Black Jr
Lap 2: 16.957
Best Lap: 16.957
5:59
Ray Black Jr. (Speed51 Photo)
5:59
66 – Korey Ruble
Lap 1: 17.227
Lap 2: 17.193
Best Lap: 17.193
5:58
22 – Jeremy Pate
Lap 1: 17.137
Lap 2: 16.890
Best Lap: 16.890
5:57
Jeremy Pate is the first car out.
5:50
South Alabama Speedway will host their big Fall event, the Alabama 200, on Saturday, October 19. There will be a 100-lap Pro Late Model feature, a 50-lap Street Stock Madness, and a 50-lap Modified event. Plus the Motorcycles and Coyotes will be in action as well. For more information, please visit www.southalabamaspeedway.com.
5:49
Ryan Luza, Madison Schneider, Garrett Jones and Will Brown will all only take one lap in qualifying for infractions in pre-qualifying tech.
5:47
Korey Ruble tightens his belts. (Speed51 Photo)
5:47
Bomber division qualifying has concluded and Pro Late Model qualifying will be up next.
5:47
Jeremy Pate climbs in his racecar for qualifying. (speed51.com photo)
5:45
The calm before the storm. (speed51.com photo)
5:43
The 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend will take place on Oktober 3,4,5,6 at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. This is the big fall event that will crown many Champions from the Speedway to the visiting touring series. There will be over 500 cars with 600+ laps of feature racing with 19 divisions in which five are Late Model divisions. Plus, this year, they will have live Pay Per View internet coverage for those who cannot attend. This is one race weekend that you need to put on your bucket list and attend. www.oktoberfestraceweekend.com.
5:43
PRO LATE MODEL QUALIFYING ORDER

Pos. No. Driver
1 22 Jeremy Pate
2 66 Korey Ruble
3 19 Ray Black Jr
4 64 David Jones
5 10 RS Senter
6 18 Hunter Robbins
7 54 John Thompson
8 14L Ryan Luza
9 112 John Bolen
10 11M Brad May
11 92 Ron McDonald
12 4M Elliott Massey
13 52 Cody Karl
14 36 Rodney Benefield
15 26 Bryce Dulabhan
16 2 Kyle McCallum
17 45 Dwayne Buggay
18 42 Steven Davis
19 15 Mason Massey
20 9 Chase Elliott
21 11 Johanna Long
22 29 Spencer Davis
23 99 Wayne Niedecken Jr
24 01 Derek Scott Jr
25 88 Garrett Jones
26 4P Kyle Plott
27 81 Brandon Odom
28 12 Harrison Burton
29 41G Troy Grisaffi
30 91 Madison Schneider
31 14 Chris Davidson
32 58 Will Brown
33 1 Mike Garvey
5:37
Scoring is currently working on that and we will have it as soon as it becomes available.
5:37
Comment From Mummbles 

Can u give give us the line up on how they will roll off

5:37
SPORTSMAN QUALIFYING RESULTS

Pos. Driver Best Lap
1 Brandon Fowler 20.864
2 Steve Buttrick 20.921
3 Johnny Greene Jr 20.960
4 Michael Ledlow 20.969
5 Kenny Williams 21.006
6 Mark Barnhill 21.018
7 James Patrick 21.119
8 Brandon Burks 21.349
9 Willie Kitchen 21.403
10 Bo Resmondo 21.420
11 Dayton Sidner 21.476
12 Jim Pokrant 21.613
13 Gary Goodwin NO TIME
5:35
The 2013 Speed51.com Late Model Most Popular Driver presented by ARbodies voting is underway. You can vote for your favorite driver once a day – any additional votes will not be counted. The overall Most Popular driver will receive a free white “A” package ABC or Late Model Stock Car body from ARbodies.com. Vote today by visiting http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/MPD/MPD_voting.html

5:28
Pro Late Model drivers line up and prepare for qualifying. (speed51.com photo)
5:22
John Bolen joins us tonight after a brief hiatus from Pro Late Model racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:19
The pits were buzzing during the final round of PLM practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:18
Korey Ruble works down the Five Flags frontstretch in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:09
The biggest open Modified event in the country, the John Blewett III North-South Shootout, is back and bigger than ever for its 11th annual running. On November 8th and 9th, the “Men who live by the grace of God and 600 horsepower” will thunder around North Carolina’s Caraway Speedway in this traditional Modified battle pitting the stars of the Northern Modifieds versus their counterparts in the South. Tickets are affordable for the whole family and it’s a show that shouldn’t be missed by fans who enjoy wheel-to-wheel excitement. For more details on the 11th annual John Blewett III North-South Shootout, visit www.carawayspeedway.com
5:07
PRO TRUCK QUALIFYING RESULTS

Pos. Driver Best Lap
1 Steve Stagner 18.606
2 Ray Hoey 18.720
3 Jay Jay Day 18.846
4 Emilee Riley 18.864
5 Okie Mason 18.900
6 Howard Langham 18.947
7 Taras Hodivsky Jr 19.075
8 Chris Brownlee 19.781
9 David Salsbury 19.783
10 Tony Lott 19.883
11 Rick Tipton 21.429
12 Kris Kahalley 21.934
5:00
Comment From BASIL 3 

THANK’S SPEED 51 FOR THE COVERAGE.SINCE RYAN REDMAN’S NOT RACING TONIGHT,I’LL BE PULLING FOR HUNTER ROBBINS.HAVE A SAFE RACE FOR EVERYONE,GOOD LUCK AN GOD BLESS.

4:49
The 41st Annual Marion Edwards Memorial will be the championship race for the Bright House Challenge Series. The stars will compete on the famous New Smyrna Speedway half-mile oval in a 100-lap event to determine the 2013 season. More information can be found at www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org.
4:47
Comment From Jonathan Wilborn 

Good Luck to Harrison Burton & Chase Elliott

4:14
We will take a short break now to eat and grab a few notes before we come back for Pro Late Model qualifying at 5:30 pm CT.
4:13
Harrison Burton laying down a few more laps in last practice. (speed51.com photo)
4:09
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4:06
PRO LATE MODEL FINAL PRACTICE

Pos. Driver Best Lap
1 Chase Elliott 16.914
2 Harrison Burton 16.985
3 Hunter Robbins 17.067
4 Brandon Odom 17.097
5 Bryce Dulabhan 17.108
6 Dwayne Buggay 17.131
7 Kyle Plott 17.154
8 Brad May 17.157
9 Spencer Davis 17.227
10 Korey Ruble 17.312
11 John Bolen 17.313
12 Derek Scott, Jr. 17.325
13 John Thompson 17.330
14 Jeremy Pate 17.343
15 Johanna Long 17.375
16 Mike Garvey 17.377
17 Chris Davidson 17.389
18 Steven Davis 17.430
19 Ryan Luza 17.440
20 Ray Black, Jr. 17.463
21 Mason Massey 17.464
22 Garrett Jones 17.510
23 Wayne Niedecken, Jr. 17.615
24 Rodney Benefield 17.657
25 RS Senter 17.678
26 Kyle McCallum 17.725
27 David Jones 17.862
28 Troy Grisaffi 17.921
29 Madison Schneider 18.104
4:02
The checkered flag is in the air and that will conclude the final round of Pro Late Model practice.
4:01
Comment From Steve 

Good luck to Bryce driving the #26 tonight!

3:59
Brad May from Orlando has been coming to this track for years, tonight will mark the first time he has brought a race car with him. He will pilot the #11 with the familiar TM Ranch, made famous by David Rogers, on the quarter panels.
3:54
Buggay moves into the top-five with a 17.131 pushing Plott back to sixth.
3:50
Benefield’s car was spewing water and steam out the overflow as the afternoon sun continues to bear down. (Speed51 Photo)
3:48
The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
3:46
CURRENT TOP-FIVE

1. Chase Elliott 16.914
2. Hunter Robbins 17.067
3. Brandon Odom 17.097
4. Bryce Dulahban 17.108
5. Kyle Plott 17.154

3:46
Chase Elliott’s crew made some air pressure adjustments and a few other minor changes and he is back out on track.
3:45
Elliott, Bolen, Benefield, McCallum and Davis are currently among the cars on track.
3:40
Elliott and Dulahban pitted next to each other inside the quarter mile pit lane. (Speed51 Photo)
3:39
Hunter Robbins moves up to second on the charts with a 17.067.
3:33
With a stellar field already bearing down on Pensacola for Saturday night’s Allen Turner Tune-Up 100 at Five Flags Speedway, Phil Harper Motorsports has sweetened the pot even more. PHM is posting a $500 Pole Award to the fastest qualifier, as well as a $300 Hard Charger Award to the driver advancing the most positions during the 100 Lap event. Additionally, the highest finishing driver utilizing a Phil Harper engine will also earn an extra $500. For more on this event, visit www.fiveflagsspeedway.comand for more on PHM, visit www.phmotorsports.com
3:33
Bryce Dulahban moves to second in Bubba Pollard’s No. 26 machine with a 17.108.
3:33
Chase Elliott now moves into the top spot with a 16.914. Elliott is the first car in the 16-second range today.
3:31
Brandon Odom currently sits at the top of the charts with a 17.109 early in this half-hour session.
3:29
The green flag is in the air and the final round of Allen Turner Tune Up Pro Late Model practice is underway.
3:23
That will conclude local division practice. Up next will be the final round of Pro Late Model practice from 3:30 to 4:00 pm.
3:19
VanderLey is here helping Benefield but is not suited up for the final round of practice as Benefield is currently.
3:19
Comment From Guest 

Heard DJ vanderlay is in Rodney Benefield car is this true?

3:18
This Monday, September 30, Speed51.com will unveil an exciting announcement regarding the 46th Annual Snowball Derby at 5pm ET. This year’s Snowball Derby weekend will be held December 4 through 8 at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway. The 300-lap Snowball Derby has made legends out of short track stars for nearly five decades and this year’s event will only add to the lore of the prestigious event. For more on the Snowball Derby, visit www.snowballderby.com and be sure to tune in to Speed51.com at 5pm ET on Monday, September 30 for the announcement.
3:17
Comment From Coen67

Good luck RS Senter and Spencer Davis

3:17
GREEN: The track is clear and this final round of Bomber practice is back under way until 3:30 pm.
3:16
YELLOW: The caution is out for a spin in turn four in Bomber division practice.
3:13
Tonight’s Whataburger Night of Champions here at Five Flags Speedway will see the crowning of the 2013 Allen Turner Pro Late Model champion.

CURRENT PLM STANDINGS

Pos. Driver Points
1    Garrett Jones 806 Leader
2    Bryce Dulahban 794 -12
3    Wayne Niedecken, Jr. 729 -77
4    Troy Grisaffi 903 -203
5    Jeremy Pate 589 -217
6    Tommy Rollins 543 -263
7    Cody Karl 540 -266
8    Lonnye Black, II 537 -269
9    Brandon Odom 421 -385
10    John Thompson 396 -410
3:03
Comment From Mummbles 

Go Kyle Plott

3:03
The 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup weekend provides three great days of racing action on the popular half-mile oval in central Florida on October 24-26. The JEGS Governor’s Cup 200 on Saturday, October 26. Thursday, October 24 will highlight Sportsman, Super Stocks, Pro-Trucks,and Strictly Stocks. Friday, October 25 will include the Pro Late Models 100, Mini-Stocks 50 and E-Modifieds 50. Find out more by visiting www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org.
2:56
Rodney Benefield was fastest in the first round of Allen Turner Tune Up practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:53
Comment From Guest 

Good luck to Bryce hope he gets the W

2:53
RS Senter rolls down pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:50
Bryce Dulahban is behind the wheel of Bubba Pollard’s No. 26 machine today. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:46
It is one of the crown jewel Super Late Model events in the country. The 42nd Annual Winchester 400 will take place on October 11-12-13 at the high-banked Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Some of the biggest Super Late Model stars from all across the U.S.A. will be “gunning” their way to victory lane. Advance ticket sale forms are available at www.winchesterspeedway.com.
2:45
Modified practice is up next here at Five Flags Speedway.
2:44
SLM veteran Mike Garvey is here tuning up for December’s Allen Turner Snowflake 100. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:39
Spencer Davis at speed during the first round of Pro Late Model practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:36
Phil Harper Motorsports of Livonia, Michigan presents Speed51.com’s live Trackside Now coverage of Five Flags Speedway’s Night of Champions featuring the Pro Late Model 100. PHM builds engines for the ARCA/CRA Super Series, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and many other forms of racing. PHM is proud to “sweat the small stuff” and pay attention to every last detail. Find out more on Phil Harper Motorsports by calling 248-767-9560 or visit www.phmotorsports.com
2:35
Sportsmen practice has concluded.
2:26
Although fastest in the first practice, Rodney Benefield’s crew is changing the gear in the 36 car. (Speed51 Photo)
2:24
Pro Truck practice has concluded and Sportsmen practice will be up next following a quick break to clear the gates.
2:18
Pro Trucks are now on track for their first practice session of the afternoon.
2:12
We are closing in on the final laps of Modified division practice, up next will be the Pro Truck division.
2:11
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.  Visitwww.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com for more.
2:10
PLM Allen Turner Tune Up Practice One

Pos. Driver Best Lap
1 Rodney Benefield 17.111
2 Mike Garvey 17.314
3 Bryce Dulahban 17.374
4 Hunter Robbins 17.413
5 Brad May 17.508
6 RS Senter 17.527
7 Dwayne Buggay 17.531
8 Kyle Plott 17.546
9 Mason Massey 17.546
10 Chris Davidson 17.572
11 Steven Davis 17.592
12 Spencer Davis 17.621
13 Garrett Jones 17.633
14 Kyle McCallum 17.636
15 Derek Scott, Jr. 17.641
16 Harrison Burton 17.707
17 Brandon Odom 17.765
18 John Thompson 17.913
19 Cody Karl 17.961
20 Will Brown 17.984
21 Troy Grisaffi 17.989
22 Ray Black, Jr 18.444
2:09
After first round of practice RS Senter says the car is “good.”
2:07
The Open Wheel Modifieds get ready for their first practice of the day. (Speed51 Photo)
2:03
Modifieds, Trucks, Sportsmen and Bombers will now have rotating practice until 3:30pm.
2:02
The checkered flag is in the air and that will in this first round of Pro Late Model practice.
2:00
Comment From Lenny 

Go Garvey and Odom,Thanks for the coverage Speed 51

2:00
As we close in on the final moments of this session, action on the track has heated up as we currently have 10 cars on track.
1:59
Late Models are currently pitted all around the infield for practice. Teams were told in the Drivers Meeting that all Pit Stops need to be made on the front stretch pit row. (Speed51 Photo)
1:59
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1:56
CURRENT DRIVER ROSTER

Pos. No. Driver
1 1 Mike Garvey
2 01 Derek Scott Jr
3 2 Kyle McCallum
4 4M Elliott Massey
5 4P Kyle Plott
6 9 Chase Elliott
7 10 RS Senter
8 11 Johanna Long
9 11M Brad May
10 12 Harrison Burton
11 14 Chris Davidson
12 14L Ryan Luza
13 15 Mason Massey
14 18 Hunter Robbins
15 19 Ray Black Jr.
16 22P Jeremy Pate
17 26 Bryce Dulabhan
18 29D Spencer Davis
19 36B Rodney Benefield
20 41G Troy Grisaffi
21 42 Steven Davis
22 45 Dwayne Buggay
23 52 Cody Karl
24 54 John Thompson
25 58 Will Brown
26 64 David Jones
27 66 Korey Ruble
28 81 Brandon Odom
29 88 Garrett Jones
30 91 Madison Schneider
31 92 Ron McDonald
32 99 Wayne Niedecken Jr.
33 112 John Bolen
1:54
Spencer Davis gets ready for another run after changing front shocks. (Speed51 Photo)
1:51
Rodney Benefield currently leads this practice with a 17.111.
1:50
Ten minutes remain in this first session of Pro Late Model practice.
1:49
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1:49
A roll of the dice will determine the invert from one to six. (Speed51 Photo)
1:41
Mike Garvey now takes the top spot away with a 17.314.
1:41
After seven cars have taken to the track, Chris Davidson holds fast time in this session so far with a 17.658.
1:40
Harrison Burton putting in some practice laps. (speed51 photo)
1:38
GREEN: The track is clear and Pro Late Model practice is back underway.
1:38
Burton was not quite up to speed yet and was able to avoid contact with both the inside and outside walls.
1:37
YELLOW: The caution is out for a spin by Harrison Burton on the frontstretch.
1:35
Spencer Davis is the first Pro Late Model to take to the track during the first round of Allen Turner Tune Up practice.
1:34
After practicing last night, Justin South and his No. 43 team have gone home and will not be joining us today. No word yet on what sort of issue sent the team packing.
1:31
After finding trouble in his own machine in the last Pro Late Model event at Mobile International Speedway (AL), Bryce Dulahban will pilot Bubba Pollard’s No. 26 in tonight’s Allen Turner Tune Up. Pollard will pilot the No. 07 Modified in that 35-lap feature this evening.
1:31
Garrett Jones current PML points leader rolls through tech.
1:28
Bubba Pollard’s car getting some last minute changes before the start of practice. (Speed51 Photo)
1:25
RS Senter goes through practice tech. (speed51.com photo)
1:25
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1:24
A few drivers we don’t typically see here at Five Flags Speedway for PLM shows but have come out for the Allen Turner Tune Up are hometown girl and NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Johanna Long as well as NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner Chase Elliott.

Elliott is behind the wheel of his familiar No. 9 machine while Long will pilot the No. 11 Pro Late Model usually driven by Tommy Rollins.

1:22
Practice will begin in roughly 10 minutes.
1:21
Tonight’s PLM 100 is a four tire race. Flat tires may be changed only after an official determines the tire is flat or cut. The penalty is pretty stiff for an unapproved tire change, driver will be docked 5 laps.
1:16
Teams have been told that the “Free Pass” will be in effect for the first car, one lap down, when the caution comes out. The “Free Pass” will not be given during the final 10 laps.
1:13
Comment From Tracey

THANK YOU so much for the coverage! Pulling for Chase Elliott up here in North Carolina!!

1:12
Tonight’s race will be 100 green flag laps. Caution laps will not count.
1:07
Roll call going on for the PLM Drivers Meeting. (Speed51 Photo)
1:01
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1:01
Chase Elliott’s #9 sits in the Tech Line. (Speed51 Photo)
12:54
Derek Scott Jr. (01) and RS Senter (10) work through turns one and two in last night’s practice session. (Speed51 Photo)
12:52
Brad May made the trip from Orlando for tonight’s race. (speed51.com photo)
12:45
31 Pro Late Models were on hand for last night’s optional Allen Turner Tune Up practice session.
12:39
September 28 Schedule of Events

12:00 Pits Open
1:00 ATPLM Drivers Meeting
1:30 – 2:00 ATPLM Practice
2:00 – 3:30 Mod, Pro Trk, Sp, Bmr practice (2 rounds)
3:30 – 4:00 ATPLM final practice
4:15 ATPLM to Tech (by group)
4:30 Qualifying : Mod, Pro Trk, Sp, Bmr
5:30 ATPLM Qualifying (Cars Impounded)
6:15 Local Drivers Meeting
6:50 Pre Race Festivities
7:00 Modified Championship (35 Laps)
Pro Truck Championship (25 Laps)
Allen Turner Tune Up 100
Sportsman Championship (25 Laps)
Bomber Championship (20 Laps)

12:35
Phil Harper Motorsports of Livonia, Michigan presents Speed51.com’s live Trackside Now coverage of Five Flags Speedway’s Night of Champions featuring the Pro Late Model 100. PHM builds engines for the ARCA/CRA Super Series, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and many other forms of racing. PHM is proud to “sweat the small stuff” and pay attention to every last detail. Find out more on Phil Harper Motorsports by calling 248-767-9560 or visit www.phmotorsports.com
12:35
Welcome to Speed51.com’s Trackside Now coverage of the Whataburger Night of Champions at Five Flags Speedway (FL) presented by Phil Harper Motorsports.

Trackside Now – Whataburger Night of Champions – Five Flags Speedway (FL) – 9/28/13