7:43

Thanks for joining our coverage of today’s double coverage of both the NASCAR Whelen Modified 200-lap event as well as the K&N Pro Series East 175-lap rain shortened race.  Don’t forget to stay tuned to Speed51.com throughout the week for continuing storylines from this event as well as all the latest news and information in the short track racing world.Goodnight!

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7:40

Official Results
1 20 Brett Moffitt 175
2 00 Ryan Truex 175
3 6 Darrell Wallace Jr 175
4 40 Matt Kobyluck 175
5 35 Andrew Ranger 175
6 17 Jason Patison 175
7 12 Beto Monteiro 175
8 33 Matt Frahm 175
9 83 Cole Whitt 175
10 30 Jeff Anton 175
11 9 Kevin Swindell 175
12 2 Ryan Gifford 175
13 01 Jake Crum 175
14 4 Sergio Pena 175
15 24 Zach Germain 175
16 60 DJ Shaw 174
17 18 Max Gresham 172
18 8 Mackena Bell 172
19 7 Ryan Duff 172
20 51 Brandon Haley 170
21 88 Jody Lavender 161
22 3 Ty Dillon 161
23 63 John Salemi 158
24 26 Scott Bouley 154
25 38 Alan Tardiff 147
26 37 Andrew Smith 140
27 71 Eddie MacDonald 121
28 1 Josh Richards 113
29 77 Miguel Paludo 79
30 08 Steve Park 55
31 05 Guy Pavageau 9
32 50 Todd Peck 9

 

7:32

Keep in mind we had two races today.

 

7:32

Comment From FlatOut Dang…figured I’d come back after dinner and see results…know it’s not yalls fault but how is it that most short track series have results a few minutes after the end of a race but NASCAR dillydallys around…they’ve had like two hours to figure it out!

 

7:24

We are waiting for resutls from the East Race and will have them shortly.

 

6:41

Comment From sgb Thank you ladies & gentlemen of speed51 We really appreciate your efforts to keep us grams & papas up to date on the races

 

6:41

Comment From FlatOut Good for Little Miss Moffitt…guess yalls radio show is the good luck charm!

 

6:35

Photo : Brett Moffitt with his new Martinsville hardware, a grandfather clock which he says he’s going to put in his bedroom. (51 Sports Photo)

 

6:35

 

6:34

Photo : Bobby Santos celebrating in Victory Lane here at Martinsville Speedway after his third Whelen Modified Tour win of the season. (51 Sports Photo)

 

6:31

 

6:14

Congratulations to Joe Gibbs Racing’s Brett Moffitt on his third career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East win. The 17-year old Grimes, Iowa native won in 2009 at both South Boston Speedway and Dover International Speedway.

 

6:07

It’s been our pleasure.

 

6:06

Comment From Chip Thanks Ally

 

6:06

Comment From Mike Ray Thanks 51. for the excellent coverage today.

 

6:06

We will have the final finishing order of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race as soon as they become available.

 

6:05

Here is the official finishing order of the Whelen Modified Tour UNOH 200 :Pos. No. Driver Laps
1 4 Bobby Santos 204
2 51 Justin Bonsignore 204
3 2 Todd Szegedy 204
4 16 Mike Stefanik 204
5 1 Burt Myers 204
6 79 James Civali 204
7 76 Eric Beers 204
8 28 Woody Pitkat 204
9 39 Richie Pallai Jr 204
10 33 Wade Cole 204
11 74 Jason Myers 204
12 40 Frank Fleming 204
13 15 Danny Knoll Jr 204
14 38 Jake Marosz 200
15 6 Ron Silk 198
16 3 Ryan Preece 197
17 50 Kevin Goodale 190
18 36 Ted Christopher 189
19 68 Johnny Bush 173
20 70 Andy Seuss 171
21 30 L.W. Miller 162
22 52 Chris Pasteryak 161
23 10 Ed Flemke Jr 161
24 58 Eric Goodale 160
25 59 Chuck Hossfeld 142
26 90 Renee Dupuis 132
27 98 Erick Rudolph 126
28 97 Bryan Dauzat 108
29 46 George Brunnhoelzl III 106
30 14 Jimmy Blewett 100
31 71 Rob Fuller 91
32 93 Rowan Pennink 72
33 99 Jamie Tomaino 47
34 26 Gary McDonald 43
35 O8 Johnny Kievman 33
36 8 Glenn Tyler 29
37 11 Zach Brewer 27

 

6:04

NASCAR has just called the event due to weather and Brett Moffitt has been declared the winner.

 

5:58

The jet dryers are on the track attempting to get this surface back to race conditions.

 

5:36

Comment From kjk yayyyy, Brett Moffitt and Gibbs Team

 

5:36

That is possible. Like I said before, we aren’t provided with scoring and we compiled the rundown by the scoring pylon under this rain delay, which came before they were able to restart.

 

5:35

Comment From sfm question on your rundown – swindell and crum were the cause of the yellow – do they belong 11th and crum 15th??

 

5:28

Current Running Order :
1 Brett Moffitt
2 Ryan Truex
3 Darrell Wallace Jr
4 Matt Kobyluck
5 Andrew Ranger
6 Jason Patison
7 Beto Monteiro
8 Matt Frahm
9 Cole Whitt
10 Jeff Anton
11 Kevin Swindell
12 Ryan Gifford
13 Jake Crum
14 Sergio Pena
15 Zach Germain
16 DJ Shaw
17 Max Gresham
18 Mackena Bell
19 Ryan Duff
20 Brandon Haley
21 Jody Lavender
22 Ty Dillon
23 John Salemi
24 Scott Bouley
25 Alan Tardiff
26 Andrew Smith
27 Eddie MacDonald
28 Josh Richards
29 Miguel Paludo
30 Steve Park
31 Guy Pavageau
32 Todd Peck

 

5:27

We are now under red flag and the cars have pulled into the pits.

 

5:19

They have waved off the restart for rain.

 

5:19

We have report of sprinkling rain on the frongstretch.

 

5:18

Correction : It was Jake Crum who spun with Kevin Swindell, not Bouley. Much apologies.

 

5:17

Kevin Sindell was also involved. All cars have pulled away under their own power.

 

5:17

Lap 170 : YELLOW – Bouley spins in turn four.

 

5:16

Lap 168 : GREEN – Brett Moffitt leads Ryan Truex into turn one.

 

5:15

DJ Shaw has just gotten the wave around and will join the tail of the field.

 

5:11

Jody Lavender and Ty Dillon are both out of their cars.

 

5:10

Lap 160 : GREEN – Brett Moffitt and Ryan Truex battled hard into turn one side by side but were sidelined by a caution as Ty Dillon made contact with Jody Lavender behind them and they both ended up in the frontstretch inside wall.

 

5:05

Lap 155 : YELLOW – Cole Whitt spins off turn two.

 

5:04

Lap 152 : GREEN – Ryan Truex carries the lead into the first turn as Brett Moffitt moves to second.

 

5:01

Lap 149 : YELLOW – Alan Tardiff has stopped in turn two.

 

4:59

Lap 145 : Kevin Swindell has made his way by Cole Whitt for fourth.

 

4:59

Lap 143 : The #37 of Andrew Smith who has been off the pace for a while has now pulled into pits.

 

4:57

The skies are looking dark here in Martinsville but we’ve got word that the rains should hold off until the conclusion of this race.

 

4:57

Lap 137 : Truex leads, Wallace Jr, Moffitt, Cole Whitt, and Jody Lavender.

 

4:56

Lap 135 : GREEN – Darrell Wallace Jr and Ryan Truex battle side by side for the lead into turn one.

 

4:54

Top-10
1. Ryan Truex
2. Brett Moffitt
3. Darrell Wallace Jr
4. Jody Lavender
5. Cole Whitt
6. Ty Dillon
7. Matt Kobyluck
8. Kevin Swindell
9. Andrew Smith
10. Sergio Pena

 

4:52

Lap 131 : YELLOW – Debris on the frontstretch.

 

4:52

“No more games on the restart” NASCAR has told Ryan Truex and Darrell Wallace Jr.

 

4:52

Lap 129 : GREEN – Ryan Truex pulled ahead of Darrell Wallace Jr into turn one and has taken the lead.

 

4:51

Current Top-5 :
1. Darrell Wallace Jr
2. Ryan Truex
3. Cole Whitt
4. Brett Moffitt
5. Andrew Smith

 

4:47

Lap 123 : YELLOW – Ryan Duff spins off turn four.

 

4:47

Lap 123 : Ryan Truex is looking below Darrell Wallace Jr for the lead.

 

4:45

Lap 120 : GREEN – Darrell Wallace Jr, who won the season opening event, leads into turn one.

 

4:44

Comment From roger Thanks for covering this race. It is nice to get real time information. AWESOME JOB!!!!!!

 

4:43

We have gotten word that they are replacing the battery on the #2 of Ryan Gifford.

 

4:42

Leader Jake Crum has come to pit road under this caution.

 

4:40

Lap 112 : YELLOW – Josh Richards got into the #40 of Matt Kobyluck and ended up spinning on the back straightaway.

 

4:39

Moffitt is 8th.

 

4:38

Comment From kjk where is moffitt

 

4:36

Lap 103 : The #2 of Ryan Gifford has been strung out on the outside and has fallen all the way back to ninth.

 

4:35

Lap 99 : GREEN – Jake Crum took the lead from Ryan Gifford on the restart but all eyes were on the #37 of Andrew Smith who broke out of line and passed several cars on the inside on the start.

 

4:34

Yup!

 

4:33

Comment From KyKid69Fan Thank you!

 

4:31

Defending series champion Ryan Truex is running sixth.

 

4:31

Comment From KyKid69Fan Where is Truex?

 

4:30

Lap 94 : YELLOW – Beto Monteiro spins in turn two.

 

4:27

Lap 86 : Gifford still leads with Jake Crum following in second. Revolution Racing teammates Sergio Pena and Darrell Wallace Jr battle for third.

 

4:27

Dillon is currently 16th.

 

4:26

Comment From guest Wheres Ty Dillon

 

4:26

Comment From skip wheres ty dillon?

 

4:26

Judging by our scoring, he’s somewhere around 24th.

 

4:26

Comment From Guest The nascar site is horrible. Keeps going off line. Do you know where DJ Shaw is?

 

4:24

Lap 75 : GREEN – Ryan Gifford performs another flawless restart and pulls away from Jake Crum, Sergio Pena, Darrell Wallace Jr, and Jody Lavender.

 

4:23

Thanks for the appreciation!

 

4:23

Comment From Guest Can you guys go to every race??

 

4:23

He is currently the third car of three cars three laps down.

 

4:22

Comment From branden is max’s day getting any better??

 

4:22

Nope, we’re going to stick to short track racing.

 

4:22

Comment From sfm Is Speed 51 going to do all K&N races – please

 

4:21

Comment From bdub well you do a hell of a job with no scoring info, nascar should be paying you guys! thanks again for the coverage

 

4:21

Current Top-10 :
1. Ryan Gifford
2. Jake Crum
3. Sergio Pena
4. Darrell Wallace Jr
5. Jody Lavender
6. Jason Patison
7. Cole Whitt
8. Kevin Swindell
9. Ryan Truex
10. Ryan Duff

 

4:20

Lap 71 : Scott Bouley spins alone in turn two.

 

4:19

Comment From J.Cote Yeah, 10-4 Linda

 

4:19

Lap 68 : GREEN – Ryan Gifford got a great restart on Jake Crum and has pulled away down the back straightaway.

 

4:17

Thanks!

 

4:17

Comment From Linda Ya’ll are doing a great job. Nascar’s website is still on lap 27.

 

4:16

That’s the way it looks.

 

4:16

Comment From Guest whoever don’t get a flat right front is gonna win!!

 

4:15

We aren’t supplied with scoring information.

 

4:15

Comment From bdub how man y laps down is dj shaw? is he up to speed?

 

4:15

Too early to call. We’ve got 135 laps to go in this 200-lap event.

 

4:14

Comment From Big E Who is going to win?

 

4:14

Andrew Smith gets the free pass under this caution.

 

4:14

Lap 63 : YELLOW – Eddie MacDonald has spun in turn two.

 

4:13

Lavender was 13th in the PASS event at Ace Speedway Friday night.

 

4:13

Comment From J.Cote How did Lavender do in PASS race Fri. night

 

4:12

Comment From Guest Go Gifford! Corey Williams hangs a mean body!

 

4:12

MacDonald, Bell and Anton have all come to pit road with right front tire issues.

 

4:12

Lap 58 : Jeff Anton has also come to pit road.

 

4:12

Lap 58 : Mackena Bell has also come to pit road.

 

4:11

Lap 56 : Eddie MacDonald who was running second brushed the wall on the frontstretch and has now come to pit road.

 

4:11

Lap 53 : From our vantage point here in turns one and two we have noticed that the cars are really sliding through the turns in this hot summer weather.

 

4:08

Lap 48 : Ryan Gifford and Eddie MacDonald have pulled away as the remainder of the field run nose to tail.

 

4:08

Lap 43 : The field is back to single filed racing here at the Martinsville paperclip.

 

4:06

Comment From Mike Ray Our thought’s and prayer’s go out to the Bilodeau family

 

4:06

Lap 41 : Gifford has recovered and still holds the lead over MacDonald, Moffitt, Cole Whitt and Kevin Swindell.

 

4:05

Lap 40 : GREEN – Ryan Gifford spins the tires on the restart allowing Eddie MacDonald to pull beneath him.

 

4:04

He tapped it as he spun but there was no major damage.

 

4:04

Comment From guest Did Andrew Smith hit the wall

 

4:04

Lap 38 : Max Gresham has been sent to the tail end of the longest line for running the stop sign at the end of pit road.

 

4:03

Comment From Guest DJ Shaw and Alan Tardiff are two guys in the field today who graduated from the Pro Series ranks at Beech Ridge, where multi-time champion Bub Bilodeau passed way last night. They all raced together a lot and I’m sure they will have heavy hearts in the race today.

 

4:02

Scott Bouley

 

4:02

Comment From Guest Who got lucky dog?

 

4:02

Yes, DJ Shaw is back on track.

 

4:02

Comment From BSR did dj return to the track ???????

 

4:01

Lap 36 : Both Gresham and Truex have come back to pit road for adjustments.

 

4:01

Not sure, he did not receive the free pass under this caution though.

 

4:01

Comment From Boo How many laps did Max lose?

 

4:00

Lap 34 : Several cars have come to pit road including DJ Shaw, Ty Dillon, Max Gresham, Ryan Truex, Josh Richards, Jason Patison, Darrell Wallace Jr, and Ryan Duff.

 

3:58

Comment From Linda Go Jody Lavender!!

 

3:58

Lap 31 : YELLOW – The #37 of Andrew Smith has spun in turn two.

 

3:57

Comment From Guest go jody !!!

 

3:57

It appears the #18 of Max Gresham had a right front tire go down as his crew has now replaced it and he has rejoined the field.

 

3:57

Lap 28 : Max Gresham has come to pit road after sliding high in turns one and two and falling off the pace down the back straightaway.

 

3:55

Lap 23 : Ryan Gifford has about a ten car length lead over the #20 of Brett Moffit in second.

 

3:54

Lap 20 :
1. Ryan Gifford
2. Brett Moffitt
3. Eddie MacDonald
4. Sergio Pena
5. Cole Whitt
6. Kevin Swindell
7. Ty Dillon
8. Miguel Paludo
9. Matt Kobyluck
10. Jody Lavendar

 

3:53

Not sure but he came to the attention of his crew and has now made his way back out onto the track.

 

3:52

Comment From guest Whats wrong with the car?

 

3:52

Lap 14 : We are still under green as Shaw makes his way to the pits.

 

3:51

Lap 13 : DJ Shaw is off the pace in turn two.

 

3:50

Lap 11 : Guy Pavageau has also come to pit road.

 

3:50

Lap 10 : DJ Shaw has come to pit road for service.

 

3:50

Comment From rob staley, race22.com jody lavender’s had a busy weekend. just saw him race in the PASS series event at ace on friday night.

 

3:49

Lap 4 : The East Series cars are sliding around this track single filed at the moment as Gifford leads Moffitt, Eddie MacDonald, Sergio Pena, and Cole Whitt.

 

3:47

Lap 1 : Gifford has pulled ahead of Moffitt and holds the lead.

 

3:47

Lap 1 : GREEN – Ryan Gifford and Brett Moffitt battle side by side for the top spot.

 

3:46

The lineup was before the cars were sent to the rear.

 

3:46

Comment From sfm Did they recross the lineup when cars go to the rear??

 

3:46

Comment From Cale Wallace ought to be exciting to watch come thru the field? Pinball Machine Maybe?

 

3:45

Speaking of Jake Crum, this will be his first time racing back at Martinsville since his win here last year in the Bailey’s 300.

 

3:45

Comment From race fan Good luck to Darrel Wallace Jr., Jake Crum, Ty Dillon, and Steve Park!

 

3:44

Ryan Truex will not be the only one heading to rear before the green flag falls. Todd Peck (#50), Brandon Haley (#51) and Darrell Wallace Jr (#6) will all head to the rear for unapproved adjustments.

 

3:43

Starting Line Up for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event :
1. Ryan Gifford
2. Brett Moffit
3. Sergio Pena
4. Darrell Wallace Jr
5. Eddie MacDonald
6. Cole Whitt
7. Andrew Smith
8. Ty Dillon
9. Kevin Swindell
10. Miguel Paludo
11. Jody Lavendar
12. Matt Kobyluck
13. DJ Shaw
14. Steve Park
15. Max Gresham
16. Matt Frahm
17. Jake Crum
18. Allen Tardiff
19. Jason Patison
20. Andrew Ranger
21. Jeff Anton
22. Josh Richards
23. Mackena Bell
24. Brandon Haley
25. John Salemi
26. Beto Monteiro
27. Zach Germain
28. Ryan Duff
29. Scott Bouley
30. Todd Peck
31. Guy Pavageau
32. Ryan Truex

 

3:39

That is true, you’ve beat me to my East Series notes! Ryan Truex will be piloting his #00 from the rear today as he missed driver intros.

 

3:38

Comment From sfm Heard Truex is going to rear ??

 

3:37

Stick around! We’ve got 200 action packed laps of K&N Pro Series East competition coming up!

 

3:37

Comment From Mike Ray Thanks 51;peace,out.

 

3:37

The team considered it but found the source of their troubles yesterday and voted to keep their 16th place starting spot rather than have to start from the rear at a track as difficult to pass on as Martinsville.

 

3:36

Comment From Boo Heard Mad Max maybe went to a backup car?

 

3:36

Comment From pdf18 Great job girls!

 

3:35

It’s definitely a part of the experience here at Martinsville, just like the bologna burgers at South Boston!

 

3:35

Comment From ROCK309 I Want a Martinsville hot dog

 

3:35

You can scroll down or wait a few moment and we’ll post one shortly.

 

3:35

Comment From branden i can’t find a complete lineup for the next race…where to see it?

 

3:34

We understand.

 

3:34

Comment From ROCK309 Well ita a generic term, lol sry gals.

 

3:34

I love you too!

 

3:34

Comment From fan ally, i love you

 

3:31

The K&N Pro Series East cars are lined up and ready to roll onto the track as soon as the signal is given.

 

3:31

and girls?

 

3:30

Comment From ROCK309 Great coverage guysr.

 

3:30

Comment From cook Go DJ Shaw # 60!!!

 

3:30

Comment From Guest Great coverage from you guys alot better than nascar hometracks coverage

 

3:29

Comment From N Platte NE Great Job THANKS from Nebraska

 

3:29

Comment From branden thanks for your hard work!!

 

3:28

We are still awaiting full results from NASCAR. The top-10 we posted was from our own view.

 

3:28

Comment From Guest WHERE DID FRANK FLEMING FINISH????????????????????????????

 

3:27

Comment From earnie GO RYHEAD

 

3:27

Yep! It’s Ally at the keys!

 

3:27

Comment From guest is ally covering the race? lol

 

3:26

Comment From tracer22j ya good coverage goo eddie mac

 

3:26

Yea!

 

3:25

Comment From guest mad max should win the next one!!! go gresham!!!

 

3:25

Comment From sfm Go DJ – the north is pulling for you !!!!!

 

3:25

Comment From guest Go DJ

 

3:24

Comment From Herman Hoffner Thanks for the great play by play!

 

3:24

Comment From BSR GO DJ SHAW

 

3:24

Comment From bdub great work guys! Go DJ Shaw!!

 

3:22

Comment From KyleMac99 thx guys, lookin forward to the K&N Race! GO TY Dillon!

 

3:22

Photo : The Mystic Missile #4 has gone to Victory Lane here at Martinsville for the second time in four years. Donny Lia won this event in the #4 machine in 2007. This is Santos’ third win in four starts this season. (51 Sports Photo)

 

3:22

 

3:21

Comment From schooldude Thanks guys great job again.

 

3:21

Top-10 :
1. Bobby Santos
2. Justin Bonsignore
3. Todd Szegedy
4. Mike Stefanik
5. Burt Myers
6. James Civali
7. Eric Beers
8. Woody Pitkat
9. Richie Pallai Jr
10. Jason Myers

 

3:20

Bobby Santos was taken the Mystic Missile #4 to Victory Lane for his third win this season.

 

3:18

Lap 201 : GREEN – Santos got a great restart on Mike Stefanik who now battles side by side with Bonsignore for second.

 

3:18

Current Top-10 :
1. Santos
2. Stefanik
3. Bonsignore
4. B. Myers
5. Szegedy

 

3:17

We will make one attempt at a Green – White – Checkered finish.

 

3:16

Yes, Andy Seuss has been evaluated and released.

 

3:16

Comment From Guest is driver ok?

 

3:16

Lap 198 : YELLOW – Ron Silk spun on the front straightaway.

 

3:15

Lap 197 : Santos leads Stefanik by two car lengths.

 

3:14

Lap 195 : 5 laps to go. Stefanik closes in on Santos for the lead.

 

3:13

Lap 190 : Bobby Santos leads Mike Stefanik, Justin Bonsignore, Todd Szegedy, Burt Myers and James Civali.

 

3:12

James Civalli has fresh tires and has made his way up to fifth.

 

3:11

Lap 187 : Justin Bonsignore has taken over third.

 

3:11

Lap 186 : Mike Stefanik has taken the second spot from Pitkat.

 

3:11

Lap 185 : GREEN – Woody Pitkat got a great start on the outisde but wasn’t able to complete the pass on Santos as he pulls away.

 

3:09

Jason Myers and Kevin Goodale spin together in turn one.

 

3:09

Lap 182 : YELLOW – Myers and Stefanik battle hard for third.

 

3:08

Lap 180 : Santos has a large lead over Pitkat, B. Myers, Mike Stefanik and Justin Bonsignore.

 

3:07

Lap 178 : GREEN – Bobby Santos dominated the restart over Woody Pitkat and Burt Myers.

 

3:07

It appears the #6 of Ron Silk had a fuel issue and has now been penalized and will go to the tail end of the longest line because his crew pushed him more than three pit stalls down pit road.

 

3:04

Lap 174 : Ron Silk has come to pit road under this caution which hands the lead to Bobby Santos.

 

3:01

Lap 170 : YELLOW – Andy Seuss has hit the wall hard in turn three.

 

3:00

Lap 169 : GREEN – Silk gets a good start on Bobby Santos who was unable to hold on on the outside.

 

2:56

We remain under caution while track crews continue to clean up the mess in turns three and four at lap 165.

 

2:56

Current Top-10 :
1. Ronnie Silk
2. Bobby Santos
3. Woody Pitkat
4. Eric Beers
5. Burt Myers
6. Mike Stefanik
7. Justin Bonsignore
8. Richie Pallai Jr
9. Wade Cole
10. James Civali

 

2:53

Lap 161 : Ed Flemke, Chris Pasteryak, L.W. Miller and Eric Goodale were all involved.

 

2:52

Lap 160 : YELLOW – Spin in turns three and four.

 

2:51

Lap 156 : GREEN – Silk pulled ahead of Santos and Pitkat down the back straightaway.

 

2:48

Andy Seuss, Jason Myers, James Civali, Chris Pasteryak, and Todd Szegedy spun off turn two and blocked the track bringing out the 14th caution of the day.

 

2:47

Lap 150 : GREEN – Silk lead into turn one before the field tangled behind him and the caution came back out.

 

2:44

Lap 148 : YELLOW – James Civali, Chris Pasteryak, and Kevin Goodale tangle in turns one and two.

 

2:43

Lap 146 : The duo continues to run side by side with Santos on the inside.

 

2:43

Lap 144 : GREEN – Bobby Santos and Ron Silk bump as they battle side by side for the lead.

 

2:42

Chuck Hossfeld is currently being pushed back to the pits by a wrecker.

 

2:39

Lap 140 : YELLOW – Kevin Goodale spins in turn four.

 

2:38

Current Top-5 :
1. Santos
2. Silk
3. Pitkat
4. B. Myers
5. Civali

 

2:37

Lap 137 : Santos has taken the spot and pulled away by a car length on Pitkat.

 

2:37

Lap 136 : Bobby Santos is under Pitkat for the lead.

 

2:36

Lap 132 : GREEN – Woody Pitkat pulls off a great restart and Bobby Santos follows in his tire tracks inside James Civali for the second spot.

 

2:31

Lap 125 : GREEN – James Civali made a hard charge for the lead around Woody Pitkat but before the field could complete a lap, Erik Rudolph found the turn one wall and the caution flew again.

 

2:26

After the yellow flew, Civali spun from the second spot but will regain his position.

 

2:26

Lap 120 : YELLOW – Kevin Goodale spins in turn four.

 

2:25

Lap 117 : Pitkat continues to lead Civali, E. Goodale, Santos, Pasteryak and Burt Myers.

 

2:24

Lap 114 : GREEN – Woody Pitkat successfully holds off James Civali’s challenge for the lead into turn one.

 

2:20

The engines have re-fired and the cars are now rolling under the yellow flag.

 

2:16

Yes, the #36 crew is still working on TC’s car in the pits.

 

2:15

Comment From Guest Is tc still behind the wall.

 

2:11

We are still under the red flag as we wait for the rescue teams to transport the jackman of the #3 team of Ryan Preece to be transported to an area hospital for further evaluation of injuries sustained on a pit stop.

 

2:11

Current Running Order :
1. Woody Pitkat
2. James Civali
3. Eric Goodale
4. Chris Pasteryak
5. Ryan Preece
6. Ronnie Silk
7. Eric Rudolph
8. Bobby Santos
9. Burt Myers
10. Kevin Goodale
11. Andy Seuss
12. Frank Fleming
13. L.W. Miller
14. Ed Flemke Jr
15. Richie Pallai Jr
16. Jason Myers
17. Eric Beers
18. Justin Bonsignore
19. Todd Szegedy
20. Chuck Hossfeld

 

2:07

Lap 111 : RED – The race has been red-flagged for clean up.

 

2:06

Zach Brewer is currently 37th and out of the event.

 

2:06

Comment From Guest where is zach brewer running

 

2:06

Comment From kevin where is zack brewer running

 

2:06

Comment From guest How’s Zach Brewer runnin?

 

2:05

Comment From kevin where is burt ,zack,and json running

 

2:05

Comment From Guest where is zach brewer running at?

 

2:05

Lap 108 : GREEN – Pitkat got away clean on the restart but the field checked up behind him and Mike Stefanik ended up in the turn two wall.

 

2:01

Blewett is being towed to the pits, his day is over.

 

1:59

Woody Pitkat is your halfway leader.

 

1:58

Lap 100 : YELLOW – Renee Dupuis and Jimmy Blewett spin going into turn one.

 

1:58

Lap 100 : HALFWAY – GREEN

 

1:58

We have been notified that the black flag for the #36 car was for an oil leak and he is now behind the wall fixing it.

 

1:54

The #28 of Woody Pitkat continues to lead under the caution.

 

1:54

The #36 of Ted Christopher has been black flagged for racing back to the caution.

 

1:53

Lap 93 : YELLOW – Bryan Dauzat spins in turns one and two.

 

1:52

Woody Pitkat has battled back around Christopher on the outside and taken the lead from Ted Christopher.

 

1:52

Lap 88 : GREEN – Christopher leads Pitkat, Civali, Goodale, Pasteryak, Bush, Silk, Stefanik, and Burt Myers.

 

1:50

Ready to go back green.

 

1:46

Comment From Huntington beach in the h seems like old days,, Ole Blue out front at martinsville..

 

1:46

The leaders are now coming to pit road.

 

1:46

Lap 84 : YELLOW – Danny Knoll Jr spins off turn four.

 

1:45

Jimmy “Showtime” Blewett is currently 15th.

 

1:45

Comment From blewett fan how about showtime

 

1:44

Lap 79 : Preece continues to lead Silk, Christopher and Santos.

 

1:44

Rowan Pennink is out of the race due to a mechanical issue.

 

1:43

It appears Seuss is up to 14th.

 

1:43

Comment From Paul Andy Seuss, where is he up to since his spin?

 

1:42

While making his way to the bottom of the racetrack Szegedy cut down in front of leader Ryan Preece, luckily Preece made a quick move around him and we are still under green.

 

1:42

Todd Szegedy is coming to pit road with a right front flat.

 

1:41

We have gotten word that George Brunnhoelzl III is having carburetor issues.

 

1:40

Stat Boy knows his stuff!

 

1:40

Comment From Twisty On this morning’s Carey and Coffey radio show, Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor predicted a Ryan preece victory today. It’s still early, but it looks like Elgin might know what he is talking about.

 

1:39

Lap 64 : Christopher has taken the third spot back from Bobby Santos.

 

1:39

Lap 61 : GREEN – Ronnie Silk put a power move on the outside to challenge Ryan Preece for the lead but Preece shut the door off turn two and held on to the lead.

 

1:37

Ryan Preece continues to lead Silk, Santos, Christopher, Beers, Stefanik, Szegedy, Pasteryak and Flemke.

 

1:36

George Brunnhoelzl III has come to pit road for service.

 

1:36

Lap 59 : YELLOW – Caution is out for a spin in turn two by Bryan Dauzat.

 

1:35

Lap 57 : Ryan Preece has got a sizeable lead on Ronnie Silk in second.

 

1:35

Burt Myers is 14th and Jason is 23rd.

 

1:34

Comment From loudmouthracing where is the myers brothers running

 

1:34

Comment From Ben Where is burt running

 

1:34

Comment From Paul Where is myers at?

 

1:34

Comment From loudmouthracing where are the myer’s brother’s running?

 

1:34

Comment From loudmouthracing where is the myers brother running

 

1:33

Lap 52 : Silk has taken the second spot from Christopher.

 

1:33

Lap 51 : GREEN – Ryan Preece gets a great restart on Ted Christopher and leads the field into turn one.

 

1:33

We are getting set to go back green

 

1:32

Rowan Pennink has had major trouble in the pits with the left rear tire and has lost a lap in the pits.

 

1:30

Lap 48 : YELLOW – Caution is out for a spin by Jamie Tomaino.

 

1:27

We have gotten word that James Civali has pitted off sequence with the leaders as part of his race strategy.

 

1:27

Lap 38 : Preece takes the lead from Christopher off turn four.

 

1:26

Lap 37 : GREEN – Ted Christopher and Ryan Preece battle hard for the lead.

 

1:25

Top-10 : Christopher, Preece, Silk, Santos, Fleming, Beers, Rudolf, Flemke, Szegedy and Stefanik.

 

1:23

Lap 33 : YELLOW – Danny Knoll and Jonny Kievman spin in turn three.

 

1:22

Lap 29 : GREEN – Christopher gets another clean restart on Silk and Preece.

 

1:21

GBIII is currently 11th.

 

1:21

Comment From Guest wher is GB3 running

 

1:20

Woody Pitkat is charging hard through the field. On this tight racetrack he has come from his 31st starting position to running in the 20th position currently.

 

1:18

Lap 25 : YELLOW – Caution is out for a spin by the #70 of Andy Seuss in turn one.

 

1:17

Lap 21 : The field is now completely single-filed around this historic venue.

 

1:16

Lap 19 : Fleming has closed the door on Santos and held on to the fourth spot.

 

1:15

Lap 17 : The top-3 have pulled away from Frank Fleming and Bobby Santos as they run side by side for fourth.

 

1:14

Lap 13 : Current Top-5 – Ted Christopher, Ronnie Silk, Ryan Preece, Frank Fleming and Bobby Santos.

 

1:13

Lap 11 : Ryan Preece and Frank Fleming battle side by side for third

 

1:13

Lap 9 : GREEN – Christopher grabs the lead again into turn one.

 

1:12

The field is getting the one lap to go signal.

 

1:09

Lap 6 : YELLOW – The caution is out for a spin by Renee Dupuis.

 

1:08

Lap 3 : Christopher continues to lead Frank Fleming while Bobby Santos and Ronnie Silk battle for third.

 

1:07

Lap 1 : GREEN – Ted Christopher leads lap one.

 

1:06

We are ready to go green in the mod race.

 

1:01

Grandstand tickets are $25 for adults.

 

1:01

Comment From Martin How much are Grandstand tickets today?

 

1:01

There is not any radio coverage that we know of but SPEED Channel is here covering the events. The K&N Pro Series East race will air this Thursday June 10th at 6pm and the date has yet to be announced for the airing of the Whelen Modified Tour event.

 

1:00

Comment From loudmouthracing is there any radio station covering the race?

 

1:00

Comment From steve ive heard that the race is going to be on some tv station can you tell us which one

 

1:00

Comment From steve were can i listen to the race on the radio or tv

 

1:00

Comment From Guest are they going to air the races on tv

 

12:47

We have heard that yes, it is in fact his first asphalt race.

 

12:47

Comment From Boo Any idea if this is Brandon Haley’s first ever race on asphalt? I know he has run dirt late models as long as I can remember.

 

12:46

Yes, we’ll be here all day, all 400 laps.

 

12:46

Comment From KyleMac45 you guys covering the K&N Race today after the Mods?

 

12:24

We are a little over 30 minutes away from the start of the Made in America 200.

 

12:14

PHOTO: It’s good to see Steve Park here today racing and East car.  Park of course ran both the East Series and the Mod Tour prior to his NASCAR top three series rides. (51 Sports Photo).

 

12:13

 

12:13

PHOTO: The East cars will race after the Modifieds today. (51 Sports Photo)

 

12:13

 

12:12

PHOTO: Burt Myers looks on as fans wait to talk to him. (51 Sports Photo)

 

12:12

 

12:11

PHOTO: Drivers will be looking to avoid the yellow curb on the inside of the track in the turns. (51 Sports Photo)

 

12:10

 

12:00

Here is a link to last night’s first issue with Civali and Brown.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzj0KOl68sA

 

11:59

There has been a lot of talk on the Modified side about what happened last night at Bowman Gray Stadium.  James Civali and Tim Brown had a battle on the track that got pretty heated. We have head that cars were torn up and punches were almost thrown.  One thing we know for sure it’s not over.  Civali is in the race today and said he gained 18,000 fans last night for spinning out Brown at the Madhouse.

 

11:51

We are going to head out to the track for the autograph session.

 

10:47

Andy Seuss and James Civali have teams based in the south and run in the Whelen Southern Tour, but they run both races.

 

10:46

This is a Whelen Modified event, but we have several boys from the south looking to mix it up here today.  Burt Myers (23rd), Jason Myers (21st), Zach Brewer (22nd), Bryan Dauzat (36th) make up the guys in the middle of the field while Frank Fleming will start from the pole.

 

10:44

Both races are 200 laps today so it’s nice full day of racing here at Martinsville Speedway.  If you are in the area come on down and join us for the Made In America 200 and the UNHO Performance 200.

 

10:38

PHOTO: Ryan Gifford will have the pole for the East race later today. (51 Sports Photo)

 

10:38

 

10:34

PHOTO: Bobby Santos will look to keep his early season hot streak going here at Martinsville. (51 Sports Photo)

 

10:34

 

10:33

PHOTO: Jimmy “Showtime” Blewett told us that he’s going to come from the back today.  He’ll roll off 26th. (51 Sports Photo)

 

10:33

 

10:21

Looks good, sunny and hot.

 

10:20

Comment From Jeff Just wondering what the forecast for today is? Thanks.

 

10:14

East Series Starting Lineup
1. (2) Ryan Gifford, Winchester, Tenn., Chevrolet, 92.097
2. (20) Brett Moffitt, Grimes, Iowa, Toyota, 92.056
3. (4) Sergio Pena, Winchester, Va., Chevrolet, 91.985
4. (00) Ryan Truex, Mayetta, N.J., Toyota, 91.954
5. (6) Darrell Wallace, Jr., Mobile, Ala, Chevrolet, 91.802
6. (71) Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, Mass., Chevrolet, 91.749
7. (84) Cole Whitt, Alpine, Calif., Toyota, 91.638
8. (37) Andrew Smith, Pooler, Ga., Chevrolet, 91.602
9. (3) Ty Dillon, Lewisville, N.C., Chevrolet, 91.576
10. (9) Kevin Swindell, Germantown, Tenn., Chevrolet, 91.562
11. (77) Miguel Paludo, New Silver, Brazil, Toyota, 91.253
12. (88) Jody Lavender, Hartsville, S.C., Chevrolet, 91.183
13. (40) Matt Kobyluck, Uncasville, Conn., Chevrolet, 91.148
14. (60) D.J. Shaw, Conway, N.H., Chevrolet, 91.130
15. (08) Steve Park, East Northport, N.Y., Chevrolet, 91.104
16. (18) Max Gresham, Griffin, Ga., Toyota, 91.073
17. (33) Matt Frahm, North Salem, N.H., Ford, 90.659
18. (01) Jake Crum, Statesville, N.C., Chevrolet, 90.646
19. (38) Alan Tardiff, Lyman, Maine, Chevrolet, 90.638
20. (17) Jason Patison, Corona, Calif., Chevrolet, 90.521
21. (35) Andrew Ranger, Roxton Pond, Quebec, Chevrolet, 90.503
22. (30) Jeff Anton, Russell, Mass., Chevrolet, 90.331
23. (1) Josh Richards, Shinnston, W.VA., Chevrolet, 90.300
24. (8) Mackena Bell, Carson City, Nev., Chevrolet, 90.133
25. (51) Brandon Haley, Lavonia, Ga., Ford, 90.094
26. (63) John Salemi, Nashua, N.H., Chevrolet, 89.642
27. (12) Beto Monteiro, Recife, Brazil, Dodge, 89.405
28. (24) Zach Germain, Bexley, Ohio, Toyota, 89.253
29. (7) Ryan Duff, Hazard, KY., Chevrolet, 89.249 +
30. (26) Scott Bouley, Thomaston, Conn., Chevrolet, 88.585 +
31. (50) Todd Peck, Glenville, Pa., Chevrolet, No speed +
32. (05) Guy Pavageau, Columbia, Md., Chevrolet, 85.136 +

 

10:13

On the east side, Ryan Gifford earned his first career Coors Light Pole Award on Saturday. It was the first series pole for Revolution Racing and the NASCAR-supported Drive for Diversity initiative, and Gifford became the first African-American pole winner in series history.

 

10:11

Modifed Starting Lineup

1. (40) Frank Fleming, Mt. Airy, N.C., Ford, 98.563
2. (36) Ted Christopher, Plainville, Conn., Chevrolet, 98.394
3. (76) Eric Beers, Northampton, Pa., Chevrolet, 98.446
4. (4) Bobby Santos, Franklin, Mass., Dodge, 98.702
5. (70) Andy Seuss, Hampstead, N.H., Chevrolet, 98.492
6. (3) Ryan Preece, Berlin, Conn., Chevrolet, 98.656
7. (46) George Brunnhoelzl, III, W. Babylon, N.Y., Chevrolet, 98.945
8. (6) Ron Silk, Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet, 98.960
9. (16) Mike Stefanik, Coventry, R.I., Pontiac, 99.386
10. (2) Todd Szegedy, Ridgefield, Conn., Ford, 98.996
11. (59) Chuck Hossfeld, Ransomville, N.Y., Chevrolet, 98.364
12. (98) Erick Rudolph, Ransomville, N.Y., Chevrolet, 98.354
13. (93) Rowan Pennink, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., Chevrolet, 98.257
14. (10) Ed Flemke, Jr., Southington, Conn., Chevrolet, 98.236
15. (52) Chris Pasteryak, Lisbon, Conn., Chevrolet, 98.180
16. (51) Justin Bonsignore, Holtsville, N.Y., Chevrolet, 98.094
17. (50) Kevin Goodale, Riverhead, N.Y., Chevrolet, 98.089
18. (71) Rob Fuller, Boylston, Mass., Ford, 97.891
19. (90) Renee Dupuis, Glastonbury, Conn., Chevrolet, 97.689
20. (74) Jason Myers, Walnut Cove, N.C., Ford, 97.623
21. (58) Eric Goodale, Riverhead, N.Y., Chevrolet, 97.518
22. (11) Zach Brewer, Winstom-Salem, N.C., Chevrolet, 97.422
23. (1) Burt Myers, Walnut Cove, N.C., Ford, 97.402
24. (39) Richie Pallai, Jr., Yorktown Heights, N.Y., Chevrolet, 97.392
25. (99) Jamie Tomaino, Howell, N.J., Chevrolet, 97.272
26. (14) Jimmy Blewett, Howell, N.J., Chevrolet, 97.272
27. (30) L.W. Miller, Dushore, Pa., Pontiac, 97.013
28. (79) James Civali, Meriden, Conn., Pontiac, 96.869
29. (33) Wade Cole, Riverton, Conn., Chevrolet, 96.795
30. (15) Danny Knoll, Jr., Buffalo, N.Y., Chevrolet, 96.317
31. (28) Woody Pitkat, Stafford, Conn., Chevrolet, 96.220
32. (8) Glenn Tyler, Hampton Bays, N.Y., Chevrolet, 95.995
33. (68) Johnny Bush, Huntington Station, N.Y., Chevrolet, 95.165 +
34. (38) Jake Marosz, Middletown, Conn., Chevrolet, 94.125 +
35. (26) Gary McDonald, Ronkonkoma, N.Y., Chevrolet, 93.822 +
36. (97) Bryan Dauzat, Midland, N.C., Chevrolet, 95.932 +
37. (08) Jonny Kievman, Deerfield Beach, Fla., Chevrolet, No speed +

 

10:11

All the qualifying took place here yesterday at Martinsville.  Mike Stefanik took the pole for the mod race, but will start ninth after the redraw.

 

9:45

Today’s Schedule: Sunday, June 6
8:30 a.m. – Garage opens
9:00 a.m. – Fan gates open
10:00 a.m. – NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour drivers meeting
10:30 a.m. – NASCAR K&N Series drivers meeting
11:00 a.m. – On track autograph session for both series
1:00 p.m. – Whelen 200 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race
3:00 p.m. – UNOH Performance 200 K&N Pro Series East race

 

9:39

Good morning and welcome to Martinsville Speedway for today’s NASCAR doubleheader. Today’s it’s the Whelen Modified Tour and the NASCAR K &N Pro East Series doubleheader here at the famous Virginia track. Both events will be 200 laps with the Modified race rolling off at 1pm. Kick back and enjoy our Trackside Now coverage from the Paperclip.

Trackside Now: Whelen 200/ UNOH Performance 200 – Martinsville Speedway – 6/6/10