11:27
That will do it for Speed51.com from New Smyrna tonight. We will see you tomorrow!

Your winners tonight:

Super Late Model – Kyle Benjamin
NASCAR Modified – Woody Pitkat
Pro Late Model – Jared Fryar
FL/IMCA Modified – Jerry Symons

FL/IMCA Modified World Series champ – Josh Todd. 

11:26
Longtime Modified crew chief and setup specialist Brad LaFontaine’s Northeast Race Cars & Parts, based in Pascoag, Rhode Island has been helping Modified racers and more win races for years. Northeast’s staff have over 50 years combined knowledge of the racing business. Providing racers on the East Coast with the parts they need through their retail warehouse. Their large stock of inventory allows them to ship the parts you need right away, usually the same day, with the technical support and quality product lines they have used themselves for years.

For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visitwww.nerace.com

11:26
We will also have live radio coverage of all four features. 
11:25
As we have through all of the World Series, Speed51.com will have complete Trackside Now coverage from the start of practice to the drop of the checkers. 
11:23
Order of Features
February 21, 2013 – Night #6

Pro Trucks 35
Super Late Models 35
Intermission
Pro Late Models 100

Tour Modifieds 35 

11:21
Comment From SanAntonioRose 

Congrats to driver Jared Fryar, car owner George Hagy and the entire 47G team. 

11:17
TECH:

Pro Late Models are clear. Jared Fryar is your official winner. 

11:13
John Sarppraicone Jr’s car waits to go across the scales. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:08
Comment From J.r. 

You guys are doing a good job speed 51.i wash you guys good luck rest of week. 

11:06
Jerry Symons on the scales. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:58
Jerry Symons takes the checkers. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:58
Comment From amanda 

Way to go josh! #harrisonmotorsports! 

10:58
Jerry Symons celebrating his Feature Win with the team. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:58
Comment From Shain 

Congrats Jerry Wish I could have been there 

10:58
Todd dedicates his championship to the memory of his father, who passed away over the winter.
10:57
2013 Florida/IMCA Modifieds Speedweeks Champion: 22 Josh Todd. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:56
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Symons on the win and Todd on the championship 

10:56
Comment From Rick Maring 

Nice job Jerry Symons and Tim Moore 

10:56
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS presented by Racecar Engineering
FL/IMCA Modified – Championship – 75L

1 66 Jerry Symons 75
2 86 John Sarppraicone, Jr. 75
3 57 Tim Moore 75
4 22 Josh Todd 75
5 4S Jarrett Snowden 75
6 13 Kevyn Terry 75
7 4B Alan Bruns 75
8 11 Earl Beckner 74
9 26 Bill Burba 73
10 9NH Matthew Bowaski 73
11 12 Dennis Uhlman 71
12 15T Tank Tucker 69
13 96 Matt Wheeler 55
14 38 Ricky Moxley 36
15 91 Dean Slappy 30
16 9J Kurt Jett 16
17 5W Lee Weldy 2
10:54
Symons grants a post race interview. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:52
LAP 75 – CHECKERED – Jerry Symons ends the FL/IMCA portion of the World Series with a win. John Sarppraicone, Jr was second with Moore, Todd, and Snowden rounding out the top-five. With fourth place finish, Todd is unofficially your champion by 5 points on Sappraicone. 
10:51
LAP 74 – WHITE – Sarppraicone quickly reels Symons back up 
10:51
LAP 73 – Sarppraicone tried to get to Symon’s bumper in Turn Two but overdrove the exit and falls back.
10:51
LAP 73 – Todd by Snowden for fourth. 
10:51
LAP 72 – Moore and Snowden get crossed up racing for third. 
10:50
RESTART – Symons rockets out to the lead and Sarppraicone will tuck in line for second. Todd to fifth.
10:50
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 71:

1 Jerry Symons
2 John Sarppraicone, jr.
3 Tim Moore
4 Jarrett Snowden
5 Alan Bruns

6 Josh Todd (despite the issue, still has a respectable cushion in the points)
7 Kevyn Terry
8 Dennis Uhlman 

10:50
Tank Tucker on pit road and done for the night. So are his Championship hopes. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:49
Josh Todd lap before he spun. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:49
Terry will also be sent to the rear for causing the caution.
10:48
The points leader will fall back to 8th. 
10:48
CAUTION – Terry gives Todd a pop and Todd goes around in Turn Four. 
10:47
LAP 70 – FIVE TO GO – Symons has the lead in hand, Todd in second looking great for the title. 
10:47
LAP 69 – Tucker breaks something mechanical and falls off the pace. 
10:47
LAP 68 – Kevyn Terry recovers, by Tucker for third. 
10:46
RESTART – Terry wheel spins badly and Symons, Todd, and Tucker all squirt around easily. 
10:43
RUNNING ORDER:

1 66 Jerry Symons
2 13 Kevyn Terry
3 86 John Sarppraicone, Jr.
4 22 Josh Todd
5 57 Tim  Moore

6 15T Tank Tucker
7 4S Jarrett Snowden
8 12 Dennis Uhlman
9 4B Alan Bruns
10 11 Earl Beckner

10:43
TECH UPDATE: It is appearing that they are doing a full teardown of Jared Fryar’s car in tech after winning the Pro Late Model feature. 
10:41
LAP 67 – CAUTION – Tucker does a half spin in Turn Two and Alan Bruns loops in Turn Two to avoid. 
10:40
LAP 66 – Todd is back in 4th, unofficially with a 6 point lead on Tucker (6th) 
10:40
LAP 65 – Ten to go – Jerry Symons may not win the title but the defending champ can end the World Series with a win. 
10:40
Hossfield told Speed 51 that he was nine points over the allowed gear ratio and that he is changing it for tomorrow night. 
10:39
LAP 63 – Symons with a half-second lead on Terry and the same distance back then to Sarppraicone, Jr. 
10:39
LAP 62 – Sarppraicone now under Todd as he takes third. 
10:39
LAP 61 – Sarppraicone snaps loose out of Four but gets enough of a run to pass Moore. 
10:38
LAP 60 – Symons, Terry, Todd, Moore, and Sarppraicone with fifteen laps to go. 
10:38
RESTART – Terry Spun his tires and Todd is now on his outside for second. What a turn of events for the points leader 
10:38
RUNNING ORDER  – LAP 59:

1 Jerry Symons
2 Kevyn Terry
3 Tim Moore
4 Josh Tood
5 Dennis Uhlman 

10:35
Sarppraicone will be sent to the rear for causing the caution. 
10:35
Hossfield is under his car. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:35
LAP 59 – CAUTION – Sarppraicone spins Tucker around racing for second. 
10:34
LAP 58 – Sarppraicone around the outside of Terry and is already back to third. 
10:34
LAP 57 – Symons, Tucker, Terry, with Sarppraicone up to 4th. Todd got the Lucky Dog and is up to 6th 
10:33
RESTART – Symons again with the good launch and he will pull Tucker through Turn One & Two. 
10:33
Official and UPDATED Finish presented by Racecar Engineering
John Blewett Memorial – NASCAR Modifieds – 76L

1 79 Woody Pitkat 76
2 70 Andy Seuss 76
3 07 Patrick Emerling 76
4 80 Jimmy Zacharias 76
5 6 Ronnie Silk 76
6 58 Eric Goodale 76
7 82 Danny Watts 75
8 1 Burt Myers 75
9 4 Jason Myers 75
10 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. 74
11 8 Earl Paules 74
12 13 Al Emmarino 74
13 79 Dylan Kopec 5
14 22 Chuck Hossfeld DQ
10:32
NASCAR Modified tech area. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:30
Heavy damage to Matt Wheeler’s machine. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:29
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Now nearly 60 years later, NASCAR racing will be back at Five Flags.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first-ever NASCAR event held at Five Flags, the legendary half-mile track will see the debut of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at the track April 12 and 13. See all the rising stars of NASCAR racing at Five Flags for the first time ever in the NAPA 150. Advanced reserved tickets are now available by calling the Five Flags Speedway box office at 850-944-8400 and more information can be found on www.5flagsspeedway.com

10:29
TECH:

2nd place John Blewett Memorial driver Chuck Hossfeld was disqualified for illegal rear end gears. Winner Pitkat and 3rd place Seuss are good as Seuss moves up a spot. 

10:28
CAUTION – LAP 56 – Wheeler hard into the inside backstretch wall. 
10:28
RESTART – Jerry Symons gets a good start on the outside and will clear Tucker through Turn One and Two. 
10:28
RESTART – Todd had to drop to the rear and will restart 11th. 
10:27
RUNNING ORDER as of this moment.

1 Jerry Symons
2 Tank Tucker
3 Kevyn Terry
4 Dennis Uhlman
5 John Sarppraicone, Jr.

6 Tim Moore
7 Josh Todd
8 Jarrett Snowden
9 Earl Beckner
10 Alan Bruns

It looks like Moore got the free pass. We’re also trying to figure out if Todd is 7th or will have to start further back. 

10:25
The pit crew swarms over John Sarppraicone Jr’s car. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:24
Jerry Symons is up to the lead. Tank Tucker to second. We will wait for the scoring to reset to see how this changes the points totals. 
10:23
Todd pits under this caution. 
10:22
CAUTION – LAP 56 – John Sarppraicone, Jr. spins out of the lead trying to get past Moore to lap him down. 
10:22
LAP 55 – Todd pulls over and lets the leaders by. 
10:21
LAP 52 – Todd has almost caught up to Moore. Even if Todd loses the lap, if he gets by Moore he should unofficially retake the points lead. 
10:21
LAP 51 – Symons has caught Sarppraicone just as Sarppraicone has caught up to 7th place Todd to lap. 
10:20
Comment From mike 

Great come back johnny lets go 88 

10:20
LAP 50 – RUNNING ORDER:

1 Sarppraicone
2 Symons
3 Tucker
4 Terry
5 Uhlman

6 Moore
7 Todd
8 Snowden
9 Bruns
10 Beckner 

10:20
LAP 47 – Symons seems to have hit the rocket boosters the last lap, he has chopped the lead down to a third of the second. 
10:19
LAP 46 – Symons still lurking, no change in the leaders’ difference the last 10 laps. 
10:19
Ricky Moxley’s race is over after the motor began sputtering. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:19
LAP 45 – Todd is driving for his life right now, he has stabilized his advantage over leader Sarppraicone and is reeling in Tim Moore for 6th. 
10:17
LAP 42 – The lead for Sarppraicone sits exactly at a second over Symons. This is the third car Sarppraicone has piloted this week but somehow has still managed to be right in the thick of the points battle. 
10:17
LAP 40 – Todd is only half a straightaway from being lapped in 7th. 
10:16
Dean Slappy calls it a night after losing his brakes. He elected to park his ride to avoid wrecking the car. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:16
LAP 38 – HALFWAY – John Sarppraicone continues to make this points battle interesting as he is first, Tank Tucker third, and Josh Todd 7th. 
10:16
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For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

10:16
LAP 37 – After losing the lead in traffic, Symons has remained just under a second of the leader Sarppraicone. 
10:15
Comment From mike 

Lets go johnny 88 

10:15
LAP 35 – RUNNING ORDER:

1 Sarppraicone
2 Symons
3 Tucker
4 Terry
5 Moore

6 Uhlman
7 Todd
8 Bruns
9 Snowden
10 Beckner

11 Wheeler
12 Bowaski
13 Burba
14 Moxley
15 Slappy
16 Jett
17 Weldy 

10:15
LAP 33 – Todd is up to 7th as he continues to fight for this title. He is still 5 seconds back of 6th place Uhlman. 
10:14
Comment From amanda 

Lets go josh #22 

10:14
Comment From Margaret G 

So excited for the IMCA Mods! Let’s go Dennis Uhlman #12 

10:13
LAP 30 – Tucker rides in third, with fast qualifier Terry in fourth. 
10:13
LAP 29 – Right now, the points lead is TIED between Tucker, Todd, and Sarppraicone. 
10:13
LAP 28 – Symons had to back way down as they were almost four wide on the front stretch. He is now a second back. 
10:12
LAP 27 – LEAD CHANGE – Completely boxed in by traffic, Sarppraicone sails around Symons on the outside line. 
10:12
LAP 27 – Josh Todd is up to 8th. 
10:12
LAP 25 – Symons has really been trapped behind traffic and Sarppraicone is there. 
10:11
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10:11
LAP 22 – Wheeler, Bowaski, and Beckner going hot and heavy trying to stay on the lead lap. 
10:11
Kurt Jett is done for the night. Said the car was horrible and pulled off. 
10:10
Kurt Jett is in the pits and is done for the night. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:10
LAP 20 – RUNNING ORDER:

1 Jerry Symons
2 John Sarppraicone
3 Tim Moore
4 Tank Tucker
5 Kevyn Terry

6 Dennis Uhlman
7 Alan Bruns
8 Jarrett Snowden
9 Josh Todd
10 Bill Burba 

10:10
LAP 18 – Uhlman runs up on Bruns back bumper right as Bruns gets loose, allowing Uhlman to claim 6th. 
10:09
LAP 17 – Jett parks his car as Slappy and Moxley lose laps to the leader Symons 
10:09
LAP 16 – Kurt Jett pits from 10th.
10:08
LAP 15 – Symons by a second on Sarppraicone 
10:08
LAP 14 – Points leader Todd needs positions here to keep up with Sarppraicone, he passes Burba for 10th. 
10:08
Symons (66) takes the lead from Tucker (15). (Speed51.com Photo)
10:07
LAP 11 – Jerry Symons is the defending champion of this division in the World Series, but a rough first few nights eliminated him from contention. He is still searching the first win of the week. 
10:07
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10:07
LAP 10 – Symons leads Sarppraicone, Moore, Tucker, and Terry. Alan Bruns has made a nice move early in this race to go to 6th over Uhlman and Jett. 
10:06
LAP 6 – Sarppraicone and Moore and now at it for second. Sarppraicone needs positions here to take the championship as Todd is stuck in 11th. 
10:05
LAP 5 – Moore and Sarppraicone freight train by Tucker for second and third. 
10:05
LAP 4 – Now Moore will try Tucker for second with Sarppraicone, Jr. watching it. 
10:05
LAP 3 – Jerry Symons gets a run off Turn Four to nip Tucker at the line for the lead. 
10:04
LAP 1 – Jerry Symons falls in line and begins to try the low groove to get around Tucker. 
10:04
GREEN – It’s Tucker and Symons side by side through the first corners. 
10:03
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (2013 World Series Championships 75)
Inversion = 5
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 15 Tank Tucker – 66 Jerry Symons
Row 2: 57 Tim Moore – 22 Josh Todd
Row 3: 13 Kevyn Terry – 86 John Sarppraicone Jr.
Row 4: 4B Alan Bruns – 12 Dennis Uhlman
Row 5: 9 Kurt Jett – 26 Bill Burba
Row 6: 38 Ricky Moxley – 4 Jarrett Snowden
Row 7: 9B Matt Bowaski – 11 Earl Beckner
Row 8: 96 Matt Wheeler – 5 Lee Weldy
Row 9: 91 Dean Slappy 

10:02
(Speed51.com Photo)
10:02
(Speed51.com Photo)
10:01
Heat laps being given to these drivers. 
10:01
Fryar in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:01
Jared Fryar takes the checkers. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:01
Comment From CamRacing 

WTG Jared Fryar … great job kid 

10:00
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario veteran, Dennis Uhlman hopes to head back to Canada with a Feature Win at the end of 75 laps. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:59
The Florida Modifieds are rolling for their 75-lap feature. 
9:58
Unofficial Results presented by Racecar Engineering
Pro Late Models – 35 Laps

1 47 Jared Fryar 35
2 41 Brandon Johnson 35
3 129 Spencer Davis 35
4 36 Alex Labbe 35
5 39 Alex Guennette 35
6 45 Joey Mucciacciaro 35
7 11M Brad May 35
8 44 Wayne Smith 35
9 38 Kirk Hooker 35
10 37 Larry Gelinas 35
11 30 Fredrick Moore 35
12 12 Dan Leeck 35
13 75 Nathan Russell 35
14 56 Josh Collins 35
15 4G Kody Evans 35
16 13 Hunter Baize 35
17 8J Marc Jacobs 35
18 77 Gavin Landers 35
19 39 Danny Church, Jr. 35
20 3 Brennon Willard 35
21 14J Jaxson Jacobs 35
22 1 Cody Coughlin 24
23 94 Donnie Varcoe 24
24 98 Sandy Lee 18
25 2 Cole Rouse 11
26 6 Steve Desmarais 11
27 99M Mike Maresca 11
28 54 Jeff Fultz 11
29 11W David Weaver 8
30 19B Ray Black, Jr. 3
9:58
Speedweeks Points Leader, Josh Todd hopes to end the night as the first Champion of 2013 Speedweeks. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:56
A pair of four-time Speedweeks Champions, Tank Tucker (15) and Jerry Symons (66) will start on the front row of the 75-lap Florida/IMCA Modifieds World Series Feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:55
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9:53
Comment From camelie 

bravo quebec 

9:53
Comment From Kevin b 

Great job Brandon! 

9:52
By virtue of his second placde finish, Johnson should expand his points lead to 17 on Davis.
9:51
Fryar is the grandson of 1983 ALL PRO Super Series & two-time Snowball Derby champion Freddie Fryar. 
9:51
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For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

9:50
LAP 35 – CHECKERED – Johnson made a bonzai move into one, but lost too much momentum in Turn Two and falls behind Fryar. It’s too much to overcome in the final set of corners, so it’s Fryar claming the victory over Johnson, Davis, Labbe, and Guennette. 
9:49
LAP 34 – WHITE – It’s going to be a shootout. Johnson ducks under Fryar entering Turn One. 
9:49
LAP 33 – Labbe hangs on to 4th for now. 
9:49
LAP 33 – Johnson has closed up to Fryar’s rear bumper. 
9:49
LAP 32 – Guennette and teammate Labbe side by side through Turn One for fourth. 
9:49
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9:49
LAP 32 – Johnson sails past Davis into Turn Three. 
9:48
LAP 30 – Five to go. Jared Fryar is looking good in only his second Pro race of this World Series. Davis holds off Johnson for the time being. 
9:48
LAP 29 – Davis now under attack from points rival Johnson for second. 
9:48
LAP 28 – Gelinas and Mucciacciaro battle for 7th as May is an avid onlooker. 
9:47
LAP 27 – Johnson has pulled alongside Labbe for third and will take the spot in Turn Three. 
9:47
LAP 25 – Canadians Guennette and Smith battle for fifth with Guennette prevailing at this time. 
9:47
RESTART – Fryar again on the high line winds his car up through One & Two. Spencer Davis uses a good launch himself to take second. 
9:46
Varcoe told our pit reporter that he got spun around. 
9:46
Brandon Johnson (3rd) leads Spencer Davis (4th) by 16 points in the Pro Late Model division. He looks to extend his lead here in the waning laps.
9:45
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9:45
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 24:

1 Jared Fryar
2 Alex Labbe
3 Brandon Johnson
4 Spencer Davis
5 Alex Guennette

6 Wayne Smith
7 Larry Gelinas
8 Joey Mucciacciaro
9 Nathan Russell
10 Brad May

11 Kirk Hooker
12 Fredrick Moore
13 Dan Leeck
14 Josh Collins
15 Kody Evans

16 Hunter Baize
17 Marc Jabos
18 Jaxson Jacobs
19 Danny Church
20 Cody Coughlin 

9:45
Donnie Varcoe climbs out his car. (Speed51.com photo)
9:43
Helmet is off for Varcoe and his night seems to be over. 
9:43
Comment From Jodi Park 

Keep it goin’ Jared Fryar in Hagy’s 47G!!! 

9:43
Night #1 winner Cody Coughlin will pull up to pit, he was 13th. He has the hood wrinkled up. Pole sitter Brennon Willard, who had dropped to 18th, will also pit. 
9:43
Report from the pits…Sandy Lee thinks a spindle broke on his car that sent him hard into the wall. 
9:42
LAP 24 – CAUTION – Donnie Varcoe has looped his car into the infield at the edge of Turn Two. 
9:42
LAP 24 – Brad May under and by Nathan Russell for 9th. 
9:42
LAP 23 – Johnson takes third from Spencer Davis. 
9:41
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:41
LAP 22 – Johnson is on the move as he has taken fourth from Guennette and just turned a 18.482, which is the fastest lap so far today. 
9:41
LAP 21 – Brad May enters the top-ten after a blown engine Monday. 
9:41
Longtime Modified crew chief and setup specialist Brad LaFontaine’s Northeast Race Cars & Parts, based in Pascoag, Rhode Island has been helping Modified racers and more win races for years. Northeast’s staff have over 50 years combined knowledge of the racing business. Providing racers on the East Coast with the parts they need through their retail warehouse. Their large stock of inventory allows them to ship the parts you need right away, usually the same day, with the technical support and quality product lines they have used themselves for years.

For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

9:41
LAP 20 – Johnson ducks under Smith and will take fifth through Turn Three. 
9:41
Lee’s destroyed racer. (Speed51.com photo)
9:40
LAP 19 – Wayne Smith up to fifth but Brandon Johnson has followed him right up to 6th. 
9:40
LAP 18 – Fryar well clear of the pack this time as Labbe is second with Davis and Guennette going at it for third. 
9:40
RESTART – Fryar by half a doorlength at the line. 
9:40
Doubling up for the restart and yet again Fryar will choose the outside, forcing Labbe to the inside for the restart. 
9:39
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 18 of 35:

1 47 Jared Fryar
2 36 Alex Labbe
3 129 Spencer Davis
4 39 Alex Guenette
5 75 Nathan Russell

6 44 Wayne Smith
7 37 Larry Gelinas
8 41 Brandon Johnson
9 45 Joey Mucciacciaro
10 30 Fredrick Moore

11 38 Kirk Hooker
12 11 Brad May (up from the rear of the field)
13 1 Cody Coughlin
14 12 Dan Leeck
15 3 Brennon Willard (started on the pole)

16 56 Josh Collins
17 94 Donnie Varcoe
18 4G Kody Evans
19 13 Hunter Baize
20 39 Danny Church, Jr. 

9:39
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:38
Comment From André Mayer 

Go Alex #36 Go Qc. 

9:37
LAP 18 – CAUTION – Sandy Lee pounds the Turn Four wall with the right side and drives around the facility with sparks pouring from the battered sheet metal. 
9:37
LAP 17 – Labbe pulls to the inside of Fryar, but still can’t get enough grip on the extreme low line to get around Fryar. He’ll fall back in line and wait another lap. 
9:37
Report from the pits…Kurt Jett’s team helped Jeff Fultz get fuel in his car. 
9:36
LAP 16 – Previous PLM winner Joey Mucciacciaro has gone from 21st to now 9th at the expense of Kirk Hooker. 
9:36
LAP 15 – Labbe all over Fryar’s back bumper, trying to work the low line on the young rookie. 
9:36
LAP 14 – Gelinas gets by Johnson for 7th. 
9:35
LAP 13 – Nathan Russell recovered from his poor restart last time, past Smith for fifth. 
9:35
RESTART – Labbe and Fryar even through the first two corners but Labbe pushes loose at corner exit and falls in line. 
9:35
We will double up once more and get the green this time. 
9:33
Comment From Guest 

Gettum Hook 

9:33
Comment From Chris Ewing-Canada 

Show them boys how its done in the north! 

9:33
Comment From Jesse 

Wayne co owns his own race track. Petty International Raceway. Home to the 2nd oldest late model race in Canada. The International. 

9:32
The turn one carnage. (Speed51.com photo)
9:31
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9:30
CAUTION on the RESTART – Field stacks up big time on the restart. Nathan Russell could not get going and Marc Maresca plowed into the back of Steve Desmarais and Sandy Lee also piled in. 
9:29
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 11:

1 47 Jared Fryar
2 36 Alex Labbe
3 129 Spencer Davis
4 36 Alex Guenette
5 44 Wayne Smith

6 75 Nathan Russell
7 37 Larry Gelinas
8 38 Kirk Hooker
9 41 Brandon Johnson
10 45 Joey Mucciacciaro

11 30 Fredrick Moore
12 1 Cody Coughllin
13 3 Brennon Willard
14 11M Brad May
15 12 Dan Leeck

16 6 Steve Desmarais
17 94 Donnie Varcoe
18 56 Josh Collins
19 4G Kody Evans
20 99 Marc Maresca

21 8 Marc Jacobs
22 14x Jaxson Jacobs
23 9 Danny Church, Jr.
24 98 Sandy Lee
25 77 Gavin Landers

9:28
Great battle for the lead. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:26
CAUTION – LAP 11 – Jeff Fultz and Cole Rouse have looped their machines in Turn Two. 
9:26
LAP 10 – Brandon Johnson just ran the fastest lap of the race – 18.536 – but remains stuck in ninth. 
9:26
LAP 9 – Davis tries to get a run on Labbe, but slips off the corner allowing Guenette to take a peek. 
9:25
LAP 8 – The top-five are nose to tail. Nathan Russell is sixth while Monday’s winner Brandon Johnson has climbed to 9th. 
9:25
LAP 6 – After climbing to 6th, Weaver whitewalled his tires at the exit of Turn Four and falls off the pace. 
9:25
LAP 5 – Davis dives under Labbe for second, but Labbe keeps it wound on the outside and now picks up the chase of Fryar. 
9:24
LAP 5 – Ray Black, Jr. parks his machine.
9:24
LAP 4 – Fryar with a mirror-full of Labbe. Then it’s Davis, Guennette, and Wayne Smith. Three Canadians in the top-five. 
9:24
LAP 3 – David Weaver having his best run of Speedweeks, taking 6th as Willard continues to slip back, down to 7th. 
9:23
LAP 2 – Guennette by Willard for fourth. 
9:23
RESTART – Fryar lets Labbe hang tough for two corners but gets a launch down the backstretch to hold the lead. 
9:23
Doubling up for the restart. Fryar will choose the outside with Alex Labbe on the inside. 
9:22
Fultz’s team believes they have some sort of fuel issue as their first action has been to refuel the car.
9:21
Jeff Fultz  parks under this caution. 
9:21
CAUTION – LAP 1 – Gavin Landers spins in the apex of Turn One & Two and glances off the wall with his driver’s side door. 
9:20
LAP 1 – Fryar will lead the first circuit with Labbe on his tail. Spencer Davis up to third while Willard goes from pole to fourth. 
9:20
It’s an unprecedented triple-header of Super Late Model action North of the Border in 2013…the Autobus La Quebecois Triple Crown at the Autodrome Chaudiere in Valley Junction, Quebec in 2013. The Autobus La Quebecois Triple Crown will pit the best Super Late Model drivers from across North America in a series of three events with a purse totaling $135,000. And, as an added bonus, drivers who compete in all three Triple Crown events will vie for their share of a bonus points fund totaling $30,000. Round 1 will be a 150 lapper on May 18, 2013 and will double as the Autodrome Chaudiere season opener. Round 2 will be staged on August 6, 2013 and will feature NASCAR star Kyle Busch competing at Chaudiere. The final round will be a 200 lap race on September 7, 2013. It will be pay $10,000 to win and will pay $100 per lap to the race leader, a total of $20,000 in guaranteed lap leader money.

For more details, visit www.autodromechaudiere.com

9:20
START – Willard spins the tires and Fryar gets the lead from the outside groove. 
9:19
Field told to double up and we will see the green drop in a lap. 
9:19
Comment From gary willis 

everyone talking about kyle larson, better take a second look at kyle benjamin!!! 

9:18
Comment From Guest 

Lets get after it #9 Church! 

9:18
Comment From André Mayer 

Go #36 Alex Labbé Québec !!! 

9:17
Comment From Jimmy Jammz 

good luck Kody Evans 4G 

9:17
Comment From Shaws 

GO KIRK HOOKER GO!! 

9:17
Comment From SBMod28 

Good Luck Jeff Fultz 

9:16
Comment From Nelly 

Good luck Joey Mooch! 

9:16
Comment From DBLTRBL 

…lets go Wayne44 in PRO…HAMMER DOWN…GOOD LUCK FROM BACK HOME! #SmyrnaWS 

9:16
Comment From MI racing fan 

Good luck Dan Leeck, driving the #12 car. Beautiful new car lettered by Checkered Flag Graphics. Now drive that beauty on into victory lane! 

9:16
Comment From Scotch 

Go Cody! 

9:16
Comment From Jeremy 

Fast Freddie Moore! 

9:16
Comment From Ti-Gaz 

Good luck Team Labbé & Guénette to night 

9:16
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:15
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:15
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:15
TECH UPDATE:

Super Late Models have all cleared tech. Kyle Benjamin is your official winner. 

9:14
Pro Late Models are rolling off pit road. 
9:14
Pro Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps)
Inversion = 9 (Based off of the Feature Results from Monday, February 18th)
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 3 Brennon Willard – 47G Jared Fryar
Row 2: 44 Wayne Smith – 36 Alex Labbe
Row 3: 37 Larry Gelinas – 129 Spencer Davis
Row 4: 39 Alex Guenette – 30 Frederick Moore
Row 5: 41 Brandon Johnson – 11W David Weaver
Row 6: 4G Kody Evans – 9 Danny Church Jr.
Row 7: 75 Nathan Russell – 13 Hunter Baize
Row 8: 56 Josh Collins – 38 Kirk Hooker
Row 9: 14 Jaxson Jacobs – 8 Marc Jacobs
Row 10: 1 Cody Coughlin – 45 Joey Mucciacciaro
Row 11: 11 Brad May – 12 Dan Leeck
Row 12: 94 Donnie Varcoe – 8 Earl Paules
Row 13: 2 Cole Rouse – 99 Mike Maresca
Row 14: 6 Steve Demarias – 19 Ray Black Jr.
Row 15: 98 Sandy Lee – 54 Jeff Fultz
Row 16: 4B Alan Bruns – 77 Gavin Landers

9:14
Comment From forbsy 

Go get em hook 

9:13
Comment From Mark & Crystal in Tenn 

Good luck Dan Church 

9:13
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9:11
Pitkat taking the checkers. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:11
Comment From d.w. 

Just wanta say thanks speed51 and go cody 1an team jegs 

9:10
Comment From Guest 

1 caution, that’s a real race. 

9:10
Comment From Montgomery Motorhead 

Congratulations Kyle Benjamin on your big SLM win tonight. 

9:10
We are in a short intermission to clear the Modifieds from the frontstretch and getting the field lined up for the Pro Late Models. 
9:08
Comment From Chris 

Nice run for andy seuss 3rd not bad at all 

9:08
Comment From JS 

The Candor Kid with a Top Five!! Good Job Zach 

9:07
Comment From Lenny 

Congrats to Pitkat on the win 

9:07
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:05
Fastest lap of the race was a 17.428 sec./103.282 mph by Ronnie Silk 
9:04
Remember, you can listen to the post-race interviews as well as the next two features on Speed51.com Radio: http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Speedweeks/Radio_Smyrna.html
9:04
Woody Pitkat chats in victory lane with Mark Keeler. (Speed51.com photo)
9:03
Comment From CT Fan 

Good Job Woody from your fans in CT! 

9:03
Comment From Guest 

Nice run jimmy z! 

9:03
Comment From Tara Hoover 

Wait to go team 79, great job! Roger is smiling at all of you! 

9:02
Unofficial Results presented by Racecar Engineering
John Blewett, III Memorial 76 for the NASCAR Modifieds – Night #5

1 79 Woody Pitkat 76
2 22 Chuck Hossfeld 76
3 70 Andy Seuss 76
4 07 Patrick Emerling 76
5 80 Jimmy Zacharias 76
6 6 Ronnie Silk 76
7 58 Eric Goodale 76
8 82 Danny Watts 75
9 1 Burt Myers 75
10 4 Jason Myers 75
11 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. 74
12 8 Earl Paules 74
13 13 Al Emmarino 74
14 79 Dylan Kopec 5
9:02
Pitkat makes the winning move. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:01
LAP 76 – CHECKERED – Woody Pitkat claims the John Blewett Memorial over Hossfeld, Seuss, Emerling and Jimmy Zacharias. Silk faded to 6th in the closing circuit. 
9:00
LAP 75 – WHITE – Pitkat looks to be the first repeat NASCAR Modified winner this World Series. 
9:00
LAP 74 – POPSICLE STICKS – Hossfeld began another run but overdrove the corner and falls back further. 
9:00
LAP 73 – Pitkat’s lead is at a half second. Lapped traffic of Myers Brothers may be caught by Pitkat though before this over. 
8:59
LAP 71 – Silk has faded well back from the leaders, in 4th place some 10 seconds back. Emerling may catch him for 4th before this is over. 
8:59
LAP 70 – Ever so surely, Pitkat is walking away from Hossfeld. 
8:59
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8:59
LAP 69 – Pitkat uses the high line to clear the lapped machines of Paules and Emmarino and now it’s clear track for the leaders. 
8:58
The Hossfeld crew watches the leaders flash by. (Speed51.com photo)
8:58
LAP 68 – Pitkat now has a quarter second cushion on Hossfeld but is now trapped behind lapped traffic. 
8:58
LAP 66 – A full lap side-by-side, but Pitkat finally prevails and is clear. Andy Seuss in third loved that battle and cut the deficit to the leaders in half. 
8:57
LAP 65 – LEAD CHANGE – Bottom shot move for Pitkat and he will lead that lap by .010 seconds 
8:57
LAP 63 – Myers gets a great run off of Two and dives under Bertuccio, but Bertuccio is strong in the high line and hangs on to 9th. 
8:56
LAP 62 – Watts by Bertuccio for eighth and now Myers will challenge Bertuccio for 9th. 
8:56
LAP 60 – RUNNING ORDER – 16 to go:

1 Hossfeld
2 Pitkat
3 Seuss
4 Silk
5 Emerling

6 Zacharias
7 Goodale
8 Bertuccio
9 Watts
10 B. Myers

11 J. Myers
12 Paules
13 Emmarino
14 Kopec 

8:55
LAP 58 – Pitkat, who lost the lead to Silk in the opening laps only to come on strong in the long run, is beginning to reel in Hossfeld as this run begins to look clean and green. 
8:54
LAP 54 – Bertuccio gets pushes up the track in Turn Two and falls back in the pack. 
8:54
LAP 53 – LEAD CHANGE – Hossfeld makes a power move in Turn Four to clear Pitkat for the lead. 
8:54
LAP 52 – Hossfeld tries the crossover move on Pitkat down the backstretch 
8:53
LAP 51 – Silk and Seuss remain in striking distance, but for now can only but watch the battle through their windshields. 
8:53
LAP 50 -Fans are now on their feet as Hossfeld tries riding the rim to get a fender outside of Pitkat for the lead. 
8:53
LAP 48 – Hossfeld tries a higher line through Three and Four and begins to reel back in Pitkat. 
8:52
LAP 47 – Silk is now up to third past Emerling and brings Seuss with him. 
8:52
RESTART – Hossfeld struggles to get going, allowing Pitkat to disappear into the Florida night. Hossfeld has to fight off Emerling for second, but wins that battle. 
8:52
Burt Myers team reported an air pressure adjustment while Jason Myers’ team focused on the right front stagger.

Going green next time by. Leader Pitkat will choose the outside groove for the restart. 

8:51
Extra work for Jason Myers. (Speed51.com photo)
8:51
RUNNING ORDER after the caution pit stops:

1 79 Woody Pitkat
2 22 Chuck Hossfeld
3 70 Andy Seuss
4 07 Patrick Emerling
5 58 Eric Goodale

6 6 Ronie Silk
7 80 Jimmy Zacharias
8 8 Earl Paules -1
9 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. -1
10 13 Al Emmarino -1

11 80 Danny Watts -1
12 4 Jason Myers -1
13 1 Burt Myers -1
14 79 Chris Kopec (out) 

8:47
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:47
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:46
Silk and Goodale just pitted to make adjustments. Teams can not change tires in this race. 
8:46
RUNNING ORDER – 46 laps in, 30 to go.

1 79P Woody Pitkat
2 6 Ronnie Silk
3 22H Chuck Hossfeld
4 70 Andy Seuss
5 58 Eric Goodale
6 07 Patrick Emerling
7 80 Jimmy Zacharias (lucky dog)
8 82 Danny Watts (-1)
9 1 Burt Myers (-1)
10 4 Jason Myers (-1)
11 8 Earl Paules (-1)
12 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. (-1)
13 13 Al Emmarino (-1)
14 79 Dylan Kopec (OUT) 

8:44
The start of the 2013 Florida United Promoters Late Model Season comes in just a few short weeks – March 2nd to be exact, with the running of the 33rd Annual Icebreaker 100 at Citrus County Speedway in Inverness, FL.

The event was recently moved to Citrus County by series officials.

This event in years past has been a must-race for such short track stars as Dick Trickle, Mike Eddy, Dick Anderson, Dave Pletcher and many more. This year, some of the best Super Late Model drivers from Florida and beyond will try to take the prestigious victory at Citrus County.

For more information on the Icebreaker 100, visit www.floridaunitedpromoterslatemodelseries.com

8:44
LAP 47 – CAUTION – Danny Watts has spun at pit entrance. 
8:44
LAP 46 – Seuss is trying the bottom line to get under Hossfeld, but Hossfeld keeps the outside line’s momentum and hangs on to the spot for now. 
8:44
LAP 45 – Pitkat is on a rail, lapping 7th place Zacharias. 
8:43
LAP 45 – Pitkat continues to put time and lapped cars between he and Silk. 
8:43
LAP 44 – Eighth place Watts loses the lead lap to Pitkat. 
8:43
LAP 43 – Seuss has passed Goodale for 4th. 
8:43
LAP 41 – Hossfeld must make up a 12 second deficit if he will convert his fast time into the feature victory tonight. 
8:42
LAP 40 – Pitkat’s lead has reached a second as he laps the Myers Brothers in 9th and 10th. 
8:42
LAP 38 – HALFWAY:

1 Pitkat
2 Silk
3 Hossfeld
4 Goodale
5 Seuss

6 Emerling
7 Zacharias
8 Watts
9 B. Myers
10 J. Myers

11 Paules
12 Bertucccio
13 Emmarino
14 Kopec 

8:41
LAP 37 – Hossfeld has caught Goodale for third and brought Seuss and Emerling with him. 
8:41
LAP 35 – Goodale in third is half a lap behind the two leaders. 
8:40
LAP 34 – Jason Myers by Paules for 10th as they are the last two cars on the lead lap. 
8:40
LAP 33 – LEAD CHANGE – Pitkat sails around Silk in Turn Four. 
8:40
LAP 31 – Leader Silk finally ekes by Bertuccio to lap the #2, but Silk’s lead is just a few inches over Pitkat’s front bumper. 
8:39
LAP 30 – Pitkat has caught Silk in traffic. 
8:39
LAP 25 – Racing remains tight from 7th to 11th as leader Silk is now on the same straightaway. It’s Zacharias in 7th, Paules 8th, Watts 9th, B. Myers 10th, and J. Myers 11th. 
8:38
LAP 24 – Zacharias continues to be the driver on the move, by Bertuccio for 9th and now takes Paules for 8th. 
8:37
LAP 23 – Zacharias by B. Myers for 10th, now quickly attacking Watts for 9th. 
8:37
Ron Silk (6) and Eric Goodale (58) in early action. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:37
LAP 21 – Fast qualifier Hossfeld has not advanced beyond fifth, we will see if driver is saving his equipment or if the car is just not up to snuff over the next few laps. 
8:36
LAP 20 – Silk by three-quarters of a second on Pitkat. Then it’s an eternity back to Goodale in third. 
8:36
LAP 17 – Good racing at the edge of the top-ten as Zacharias tries Burt Myers for 9th and Jason Myers gets past Bertuccio for 11th. 
8:35
Remember, you can listen live to all of the features tonight on Speed51 Radio. Matt Kentfield and Elgin Traylor are on the call for the Blewett Memorial now.

http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Speedweeks/Radio_Smyrna.html

8:35
LAP 15 – RUNNING ORDER:

1 6 Ron Silk
2 79 Woody Pitkat
3 58 Eric Goodale
4 07 Patrick Emerling
5 22H Chuck Hossfeld

6 8 Earl Paules
7 70 Andy Seuss
8 82 Danny Watts
9 1 Burt Myers
10 80 Jimmy Zacharias

11 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr.
12 4 Jason Myers
13 13 Al Emmarino
14 79 Dylan Kopec 

8:34
LAP 11 – Silk just ran the fastest lap of the race with a 17.428 second circuit. 
8:33
LAP 10 – LEAD CHANGE – Bottom shot again for Silk and he makes it stick to take the lead out of Turn Four. 
8:33
LAP 7 – Paules under and by Seuss for 6th. 
8:33
LAP 6 – Now Pitkat and Silk widening the lead over Goodale and Emerling. Silk though is keeping things interesting by being glued right on Pitkat’s bumper. 
8:32
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8:32
LAP 5 – Fast qualifier Hossfeld by Seuss for fifth as Kopec parks his machine. 
8:32
LAP 4 – Pitkat, Silk, Goodale, and Emerling all together as they begin to pull away by half a straightaway from the rest of the field. Seuss pulls the second group. 
8:31
LAP 2 – The ground shakes as 15 Modifieds fly by the frontstretch. Fans to go their feet as Silk makes a bottom shot move in Turn Three to take second. 
8:31
LAP 1 – Defending Richie Evans Memorial winner Goodale slides into second but he now has Silk working him over in Turn Three. 
8:30
START – Woody Pitkat is well clear of the pack by the time they enter Turn One.
8:30
One to go to green! 
8:30
Dylan Kopec, starting rear on the field, has been learning the Modified racing craft on the Connecticut bullrings the last few laps in SKs. He is getting ready for a full Valenti Modified Racing Series schedule in 2013 with some laps here tonight. 
8:29
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8:28
Fans are ready for 76 laps of NASCAR Modified racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:28
Comment From glenn 

good luck to Andy Suess from brett and glenn and all of new hampshire 

8:27
Engines fire on the NASCAR Modifieds. 76 laps here tonight and we are now rolling on pace laps. 
8:26
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8:25
NASCAR Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Inversion = 6
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 79 Woody Pitkat – 58 Eric Goodale
Row 2: 07 Patrick Emerling – 6 Ron Silk
Row 3: 70 Andy Seuss – 22 Chuck Hossfeld
Row 4: 80 Jimmy Zacharias – 8 Earl Paules
Row 5: 1 Burt Myers – 2 J.R. Bertuccio Jr.
Row 6: 4 Jason Myers – 82 Danny Watts
Row 7: 13 Al Emmarino – 44 Brandon Ward
Row 8: 79 Dylan Kopec 

8:25
Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Woody Pitkat 79 and HillBilly’s other driver 

8:24
Comment From Kassidy 

Good luck to my step-dad, Earl! #8 

8:23
Comment From SBMod28 

Nice run by Nasse 

8:22
Comment From KyleMac76 

Good Luck to Chuck Hossfeld and my brother his spotter Glenn! 

8:21
The starting field for the John Blewet Memorial 76. (Speed51.com photo)
8:20
In memory of John Blewett, III (Speed51.com Photo)
8:20
Tonight is the John Blewett, III Memorial 76 for the NASCAR Modifieds. It is named in honor of the late NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour driver John Blewett, III. The son of Wall Stadium great John Blewett, Jr., Johnny cut his teeth on that same historic New Jersey race track and went on to win 10 times on the Whelen Tour. John himself was also a winner here at New Smyrna Speedway. Tragically, John passed away in a racing incident in 2007. A popular competitor among fellow drivers, drivers quickly clamored for a race to be named in his honor. New Smyrna was happy to do so and the 76 lapper has proven to be one of the marquee events of the World Series. 
8:20
Benjamin makes it two in a row. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:18
C.E. Falk III joins us on Speed 51 radio. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:16
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8:16
We are now transitioning over to the NASCAR Modifieds. 
8:15
The link to our radio coverage tonight is here:

http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Speedweeks/Radio_Smyrna.html

8:14
Kyle Benjamin takes the checkers. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:14
The Benjamin crew shows off two fingers signifying their second win of the week. (Speed51.com photo)
8:13
Make sure to listen to Speed 51 radio. CE Falk III is in the tower and will join us shortly. 
8:13
Spencer Davis debriefs with his dad after another podium run. (Speed51.com photo)
8:12
Unofficially, the points lead tonight will remain with Maine’s Ryan Moore by just a single marker on Florida’s David Rogers. 
8:11
Unofficial Results presented by Racecar Engineering
Super Late Model Feature – Night #5 – 35 L

1 71 Kyle Benjamin 35
2 51 Stephen Nasse 35
3 129 Spencer Davis 35
4 11 David Rogers 35
5 74 Ryan Moore 35
6 66 Stephen Wallace 35
7 03K Dylan Kwasniewski 35
8 08 Jake Griffin 35
9 20 Anthony Sergi 35
10 37 Larry Gelinas 35
11 03D Paige Decker 35
12 17 Gary Passer 35
13 18C Bill Catania 35
14 36P Gary Padula 35
15 67 Denver Foran 35
16 110 Michael Seay 35
17 112 Steve Weaver, Jr. 35
18 52 Matthew Stickman 34
19 13 Frank Alberson 34
20 19B Ray Black, Jr. 28
21 3 Gary Terry 18
22 39 Kenzie Ruston 18
23 12 Derek Griffith 18
24 18G Bruce Gowland 8
25 36M Devin McLeod 5
26 68 Russell Shaw 2
8:10
Benjamin celebrates amid a shower of camera flashes. (Speed51.com photo)
8:08
LAP 35 – CHECKERED – Defending series champ Kyle Benjamin cruises to victory here at New Smyrna over Stephen Nasse, Spencer Davis, David Rogers, and Ryan Moore. 
8:07
LAP 33 – POPSICLE STICKS – Rogers and Davis door to door for third. 
8:07
LAP 32 – Benjamin gets a good run on the outside of Turn Two and is clear for the lead. 
8:07
RESTART – Benjamin  tries to bog down Nasse, but Nasse having none of it and we are indeed door to door through Turn 3. 
8:06
8:06
We have seen two photo finishes between Benjamin and Nasse so far this week. Unfortunately, the Night #1 battle was nullified in tech, but Nasse came back to edge Benjamin and keep the win in Night #3. Will we continue the pattern and be door to door at the checkered in Night #5? We get the one to go signal.
8:06
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:05
For American stock car racing fans, the Daytona 500 is the biggest event on their calendar. As the Great American Race is upon us, one event many Midwest short track racers considered “their 2012 Daytona 500” was held at the Milwaukee Mile last June. Over 12,000 spectators turned out on a warm Tuesday night to witness third-generation Wisconsin racer Travis Sauter beat several NASCAR stars – in a field of 71 super late model racers – to score a popular victory in the 150-lap Midwest Tour super late model race at the historic Milwaukee Mile.
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Tickets for the July 8-9, 2013 “ARCA Fest” go on sale Friday, February 22nd at 10:00 a.m. Central Time online at www.ARCAfest.com

8:05
Griffith is done for the night. 
8:05
Comment From Guest 

Didn’t Derek Griffith get back out or did they park it? 

8:05
LAP 31 – CAUTION – Matthew Stickman is pointed the wrong way in Turn Two. 
8:04
LAP 30 – Five to go. Moore and Wallace continue to put on a whale of a battle for fifth but they are falling behind the leaders. 
8:04
Comment From KB fan 

I’m in the stands and listening on speed51 radio! Great race! Benjamin is on it! GO #71 

8:04
LAP 28 – Benjamin extending the lead, it has grown to a full second on Nasse. 
8:03
LAP 27 – Jake Griffin has gotten by Decker for 9th and is now ducking under Sergi for eighth. 
8:03
LAP 26 – Moore and Wallace are the first real battle on the track right now as Moore is searching for a groove under Wallace for fifth. 
8:02
LAP 24 – Benjamin leads Stephen Nasse, David Rogers, Spencer Davis, Stephen Wallace, Ryan Moore, Dylan Kwasniewski, Anthony Sergi, Paige Decker, and Jake Griffin 
8:02
LAP 21 – Nasse will clear Rogers for second out of Turn Four. 
8:02
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:01
LAP 20 – Rogers pulls Nasse by half a door down the backstretch but Nasse remains persistent and we are side-by-side for yet another lap for second. 
8:01
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8:01
LAP 19 – Benjamin hangs on as Nasse sets up Rogers for second.
8:01
RESTART – Benjamin gets the lead as Rogers tries to stay at the left rear panel down the backstretch 
8:00
A few of the low-budget drivers – Shaw, Stickman, Gowland, and Seay – have not qualified all week to save wear and tear on their machines. As a result of not qualifying, they automatically start on the rear of the field. 
8:00
Comment From Guest 

did i hear the name Mathew Stitchman on the radio broadcast? not seeing it anywhere in the lineups 

7:59
Ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:58
Sparks fly from Derek Griffith’s car. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:57
Ruston goes by the frontstretch stands on the hook. Her front end has been smashed in a good foot 
7:56
Ruston’s car on the hook. (Speed51.com photo)
7:56
RUNNING ORDER:

1 71 Kyle Benjamin
2 11 David Rogers
3 129 Spencer Davis
4 51 Stephen Nasse
5 74 Ryan Moore

6 66 Stephen Wallace
7 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
8 20 Anthony Sergi
9 03D Paige Decker
10 37 Larry Gelinas

11 08 Jake Griffin
12 17 Gary Passer
13 18C Bill Catania
14 19 Ray Black, Jr.
15 67 Denver Foran 

7:55
Comment From Jesse 

Nasse can get this done! I have a good feeling about tonight. 

7:54
Derek Griffith also seems to have sustained significant right front damage and has parked his car on pit road. 
7:53
Battle for the lead between Rogers (11) and Benjamin (71). (Speed51.com Photo)
7:53
Terry’s car sits idle and is attended to by the tow truck. Kenzie Ruston’s car limps from the scene but the damage looks terminal for the evening. 
7:52
Paige Decker (03) and Kenzie Ruston (39) battle. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:52
CAUTION – They only make it one corner before Ruston and Gary Terry collide and both sustain signifcant front clip damage. 
7:52
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7:51
RESTART – Benjamin grabs a gear and goes, leaving Nasse to challenge Rogers for the lead. 
7:51
One to go signal is given, Benjamin will choose the outside line, forcing Rogers to his inside. But we will wave it off for a lap because Gary Padula spun his machine trying to exit pit road. 
7:50
Comment From Tina 

C’mon Rogers!! You’ve got this! 

7:50
Comment From South Carolina 

Get it done #71 

7:50
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 18/35

1 71 Kyle Benjamin
2 11 David Rogers
3 129 Spencer Davis
4 51 Stephen Nasse
5 74 Ryan Moore

6 66 Stephen Walace
7 03K Dylan Kwasniewski
8 3 Gary Terry
9 20 Anthony Sergi
10 39 Kenzie Ruston

11 03D Paige Decker
12 37 Larry Gelinas
13 08 Jake Griffin
14 12 Derek Griffith
15 17 Gary Passer 

7:49
Gary Terry (3) and Ryan Moore (74) battle for position. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:48
Comment From John Rogers Used Cars 

Keep that #11 in the front David 

7:48
We will wait to see who race officials rule as the leader as they were door-to-door at the time of the caution. For now, it looks like Benjamin is being given the nod.
7:47
CAUTION – LAP 18 – Gary Passer around in Turn Two and noses his left front into the outside wall. 
7:47
LAP 18 – HALFWAY – Rogers leading that lap by just .016 seconds at the line. 
7:47
LAP 16 – Benjamin gets under Rogers down the backstretch and challenges Rogers on the inside for a lap and a half but no doing just yet and will duck back in line for a moment. 
7:46
LAP 15 – Rogers leads Benjamin by half a carlength as they pull away from the rest of the pack. 
7:46
LAP 13 – Points leader Ryan Moore is up to 5th after getting by Stephen Wallace. 
7:45
LAP 12 – Benjamin gets a great launch out of Four, taking Davis by surprise. A little contact forces Davis to burp the throttle for a second and it’s Benjamin second. 
7:45
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7:45
LAP 11 – Rogers has a carlength lead on the battle for second. Davis almost clears Benjamin half a lap later, but Benjamin is holding tough on the outside. 
7:45
(Speed51.com Photo)
7:44
RESTART – Rogers with a great jump on the start and now Benjamin pulls on the outside of Davis for second. 
7:44
RUNNING ORDER – 10 Laps down, 25 to go.

1 11 David Rogers
2 129 Spencer Davis
3 51 Stephen Nasse
4 71 Kyle Benjamin
5 66 Stephen Walace

6 74 Ryan Moore
7 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
8 3 Gary Terry
9 20 Anthony Sergi
10 03D Paige Decker

We will get one to go now, with Rogers choosing the outside line and Davis will go to his inside. 

7:44
(Speed51.com Photo)
7:43
Devin McLeod thinks they dropped a valve but will have it fixed up for tomorrow night. 
7:43
McCloud’s night is over a little early. (Speed51.com photo)
7:43
Our link to tonight’s radio coverage is now online. Adam Mackey and Matt Prieur are on the call.

http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Speedweeks/Radio_Smyrna.html

7:43
CAUTION – LAP 10 – Frank Alberson and Matthew Stickman have spun in Turn Three. The leaders have to take evasive action and run right against the wall to sneak by. 
7:42
LAP 10 – Davis throws it in to Turn One, is able to get under Rogers, but can’t make the move stick thru Two and has to fall back. 
7:42
LAP 9 – Rogers has the lead but is by no means getting away as Davis is half a carlength back and Nasse and Benjamin keep lurking there as well. 
7:41
LAP 8 – Benjamin ducking his nose low on corner exit to see if he can get a run on Nasse for third. 
7:41
Wallace, Nasse and Rogers battle. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:41
LAP 6 – Stephen Nasse is up to third on the restart and Kyle Benjamin from 8th to 4th since that restart. 
7:40
LAP 5 – Rogers and Davis still door-to-door as Rogers finally gets a good run through Turn Four and clear for the lead. 
7:40
LAP 5 – Devin McLeod off the pace and will pit from the top-five. 
7:40
Davis and McLeod battle. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:40
RESTART – Davis gets a good restart but Rogers gets a good enough run to stay alongside down the backstretch 
7:40
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 4:

1 129 Spencer Davis
2 66 Stephen Wallace
3 11 David Rogers
4 51 Stephen Nasse
5 36M Devin McLeod

6 03K Dylan Kwasniewski
7 74 Ryan Moore
8  71 Kyle Benjamin
9 20 Anthony Sergi
10 3 Gary Terry

11 39 Kenzie Ruston
12 18 Bill Catania
13 08 Jake Griffin
14 12 Derek Griffith
15 03D paige Decker

16 17 Gary Passer
17 37 Larry Gelinas
18 36P Gary Padula 

7:37
CAUTION – LAP 4 – Bruce Gowland has hit the wall in Turn Four. 
7:37
LAP 4 – Rogers clears Nasse for third. 
7:37
LAP 3 – Rogers trying to fight back, inside of Nasse for third. 
7:37
RESTART – Davis chooses the outside and easily clears Rogers in to Turn One. Wallace and Nasse also blow by Rogers. 
7:36
RUNNING ORDER – LAP 2 (of 35):

1 129 Spencer Davis
2 11 David Rogers
3 36M Devin McLeod
4 66 Stephen Wallace
5 71 Kyle Benjamin
6 51 Stephen Nasse
7 74 Ryan Moore
8 03 Dylan Kwasniewski 

7:36
Comment From Kel Kel 

thanks for the coverage!!! LETS GO KENZIE!!! 

7:35
Shaw will park his car. He and Stickman did not attempt a qualiyfing lap tonight and went to the rear of the pack for the start along with Bruce Gowland and Michael Seay. 
7:34
CAUTION  – Matthew Stickman and Russell Shaw get together in Turn One and both loop it. 
7:34
LAP 2 – Rogers takes second from McLeod. Wallace is settled in fourth. 
7:34
LAP 1 – Davis clears McLeod down the frontstretch as David Rogers ducks under McLeod for second. 
7:33
GREEN – Davis and McLeod are door to door into Turn One, but Davis will get a good enough run to lead by half a carlength into Turn Three. 
7:33
Field told to double up and we are going green next time by. 
7:30
Now these Super Late Models begin to circle the field at half-speed to get some heats in their tires. 
7:29
Pace laps are underway. 
7:29
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7:29
Our link to tonight’s radio coverage is now online. Adam Mackey and Matt Prieur are on the call.

http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Speedweeks/Radio_Smyrna.html

7:29
Spencer Davis, tonight’s pole sitter, gets some last minute advice. (Speed51.com photo)
7:28
Super Late Model engines have fired. 
7:28
Comment From Bub 

SHOW’EM HOW ITS DONE DEVIN (MCLEOD #36 SLM)!!!! 

7:28
Comment From GENE PARRY 

GOOD LUCK RYAN MOORE #74!!!! 

7:27
Super Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps)
Inversion = 6
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1:  129 Spencer Davis – 36 Devin McLeod
Row 2: 11 David Rogers – 66 Stephen Wallace
Row 3: 51 Stephen Nasse – 71 Kyle Benjamin
Row 4: 74 Ryan Moore – 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
Row 5: 08 Jake Griffin – 3 Gary Terry
Row 6: 20 Anthony Sergi – 18C Bill Catania
Row 7: 39 Kenzie Ruston – 03 Paige Decker
Row 8: 12 Derek Griffith – 37 Larry Gelinas
Row 9: 17 Gary Passer – 19 Rusty Ebersole
Row 10: 67 Denver Foran – 36 Gary Padula
Row 11: 112 Steve Weaver – 13 Frank Alberson

7:27
Kyle Benjamin gets focused for the Super Late Model feature. (Speed51.com photo)
7:26
Tonight’s Feature Order:

Super Late Models (35 Laps)
NASCAR Modifieds (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Intermission
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (75 Laps – 2013 Speedweeks Championship Race) 

7:26
Super Late Models are ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:25
Great crowd on hand. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:25
Fans are ready for racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:23
Invocation and the national anthem are being given. 
7:23
Ryan Moore gets ready to climb in. (Speed51.com photo)
7:21
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7:20
Comment From Marilyn Uhlman sault ste. marie ontario canada 

Good Luck to Canadian driver…my son Car #12 Dennis Uhlman Florida/IMCA modified…Enjoy your coverage speed51 

7:20
Comment From Doug & Karen PA. 

Good Luck to Earl Paules #8, the Hurricane!!! 

7:19
Our link to tonight’s radio coverage is now online! Our call of the features will be coming up in a few minutes, but you can go ahead and turn on the feed now and listen to pre-race music and information.

http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/Speedweeks/Radio_Smyrna.html

7:18
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 July 4 in the 30th annual running of the 300-lap event. For more details on the 30th Annual World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park, visit www.racegmp.com
7:16
Officials are getting ready for tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:13
Comment From renopower 

Good luck to Paige Decker & David Rogers this evening 

7:12
Comment From Scott Anderson 

Good Luck tonight #03 Paige Decker!!! 

7:12
Comment From garrett from maine 

go larry gelinas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

7:11
7:30 pm, thank you 
7:11
Comment From John 

When does the audio coverage start? Great coverage all week too! 

7:10
Comment From jonathoncook 

best place for updates 

7:10
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7:09
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7:04
We are just half an hour away from the start of the features. 
6:56
Thanks Patrick and everyone tuning in tonight. The best way to thank us and all the drivers you are cheering for, though, is to show up at the track and cheer them on in person. Fans in the stands are the best way to ensure the success of short track racing for years to come. 
6:56
Comment From Patrick Reynolds 

Thank you Speed51 for the coverage. I sit on your page every day during New Smyrna week! 

6:54
Comment From Mike Ray 

Pulling for the #79 Hillbilly Racing Coors Light Hot Rod from Raleighwood,N.C. 

6:36
Comment From Ti-Gaz 

Great Job Team Speed51. 

6:30
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6:20
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Points Standings after Night #3:

NASCAR Modifieds
1. 79 Woody Pitkat 146
1. 22 Chuck Hossfeld 146
3. 59 Matt Hirschman 145
3. 07 Patrick Emerling 145
5. 8 Earl Paules 138

Super Late Models
1. 74 Ryan Moore 233
2. 11 David Rogers 231
3. 129 Spencer Davis 226
4. 66 Stephen Wallace 225
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 216

Pro Late Models
1. 41 Brandon Johnson 242
2. 129 Spencer Davis 226
3. 1 Cody Coughlin 224
3. 39 Alex Guenette 224
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 212

Florida/IMCA Modifieds
1. 22 Josh Todd 239
2. 15 Tank Tucker 235
3. 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. 232
4. 57 Timothy Moore 223
5. 13 Kevyn Terry 220

For the Complete World Series Points Standings, click on the link provided: (NOTE: The first set of Super Late Models Points reflect the tracks Triple Crown Series, which will also serve as the World Series Finale this Saturday, February 23rd meaning that two separate Championships will be decided in the 100-lap World Series Finale): http://speednetdirect.com/points.php?track_id=6062

6:17
Comment From Tara Hoover 

Tonight is the night for #79 and the Hillbilly Racing Team! Bring it home Woody! 

6:17
Comment From charles 

good luck to the ladies Go Kenzie and Paige 

6:16
Super Late Models and Pro Late Models from across the country will battle for the famed Rattlesnake Trophy during the 37th Annual Rattler 250 weekend at South Alabama Speedway, March 15, 16 and 17. Some of short track racing’s biggest names have put their name in the Rattler 250 record books over the years and this year many Super Late Model racers will try to do the same. Pro Late Model racers will also have a major part in Rattler weekend with their 100-lap feature. For more details on Rattler weekend, visit www.southalabamaspeedway.com
6:13
Remaining Order of Events for Wednesday February 20th

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)

7:30pm Features Start
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
NASCAR Modifieds (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Intermission
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (75 Laps – 2013 Speedweeks Championship Race)

6:11
Super Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps)
Inversion = 6
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1:  129 Spencer Davis – 36 Devin McLeod
Row 2: 11 David Rogers – 66 Stephen Wallace
Row 3: 51 Stephen Nasse – 71 Kyle Benjamin
Row 4: 74 Ryan Moore – 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
Row 5: 08 Jake Griffin – 3 Gary Terry
Row 6: 20 Anthony Sergi – 18C Bill Catania
Row 7: 39 Kenzie Ruston – 03 Paige Decker
Row 8: 12 Derek Griffith – 37 Larry Gelinas
Row 9: 17 Gary Passer – 19 Rusty Ebersole
Row 10: 67 Denver Foran – 36 Gary Padula
Row 11: 112 Steve Weaver – 13 Frank Alberson

NASCAR Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Inversion = 6
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 79 Woody Pitkat – 58 Eric Goodale
Row 2: 07 Patrick Emerling – 6 Ron Silk
Row 3: 70 Andy Seuss – 22 Chuck Hossfeld
Row 4: 80 Jimmy Zacharias – 8 Earl Paules
Row 5: 1 Burt Myers – 2 J.R. Bertuccio Jr.
Row 6: 4 Jason Myers – 82 Danny Watts
Row 7: 13 Al Emmarino – 44 Brandon Ward
Row 8: 79 Dylan Kopec

Pro Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps)
Inversion = 9 (Based off of the Feature Results from Monday, February 18th)
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 3 Brennon Willard – 47G Jared Fryar
Row 2: 44 Wayne Smith – 36 Alex Labbe
Row 3: 37 Larry Gelinas – 129 Spencer Davis
Row 4: 39 Alex Guenette – 30 Frederick Moore
Row 5: 41 Brandon Johnson – 11W David Weaver
Row 6: 4G Kody Evans – 9 Danny Church Jr.
Row 7: 75 Nathan Russell – 13 Hunter Baize
Row 8: 56 Josh Collins – 38 Kirk Hooker
Row 9: 14 Jaxson Jacobs – 8 Marc Jacobs
Row 10: 1 Cody Coughlin – 45 Joey Mucciacciaro
Row 11: 11 Brad May – 12 Dan Leeck
Row 12: 94 Donnie Varcoe – 8 Earl Paules
Row 13: 2 Cole Rouse – 99 Mike Maresca
Row 14: 6 Steve Demarias – 19 Ray Black Jr.
Row 15: 98 Sandy Lee – 54 Jeff Fultz
Row 16: 4B Alan Bruns – 77 Gavin Landers

Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (2013 World Series Championships 75)
Inversion = 5
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 15 Tank Tucker – 66 Jerry Symons
Row 2: 57 Tim Moore – 22 Josh Todd
Row 3: 13 Kevyn Terry – 86 John Sarppraicone Jr.
Row 4: 4B Alan Bruns – 12 Dennis Uhlman
Row 5: 9 Kurt Jett – 26 Bill Burba
Row 6: 38 Ricky Moxley – 4 Jarrett Snowden
Row 7: 9B Matt Bowaski – 11 Earl Beckner
Row 8: 96 Matt Wheeler – 5 Lee Weldy
Row 9: 91 Dean Slappy 

6:11
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6:09
Comment From Christy Adams 

Go getem tonight Devin McLeod, good luck from all of us and stay safe! 

6:09
Comment From Jerry 

Thanks for the coverage 51 

6:05
Longtime Modified crew chief and setup specialist Brad LaFontaine’s Northeast Race Cars & Parts, based in Pascoag, Rhode Island has been helping Modified racers and more win races for years. Northeast’s staff have over 50 years combined knowledge of the racing business. Providing racers on the East Coast with the parts they need through their retail warehouse. Their large stock of inventory allows them to ship the parts you need right away, usually the same day, with the technical support and quality product lines they have used themselves for years.

For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

6:03
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (2013 World Series Championships 75)
Inversion = 5
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 15 Tank Tucker – 66 Jerry Symons
Row 2: 57 Tim Moore – 22 Josh Todd
Row 3: 13 Kevyn Terry – 86 John Sarppraicone Jr.
Row 4: 4B Alan Bruns – 12 Dennis Uhlman
Row 5: 9 Kurt Jett – 26 Bill Burba
Row 6: 38 Ricky Moxley – 4 Jarrett Snowden
Row 7: 9B Matt Bowaski – 11 Earl Beckner
Row 8: 96 Matt Wheeler – 5 Lee Weldy
Row 9: 91 Dean Slappy 

5:59
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5:59
The 73 Super Late Model of Cole Powell will not race tonight thanks to a broken clutch. They plan on fixing it to run tomorrow. 
5:55
We just checked in with Brandon Ward and the number 44 NASCAR Modified. They broke an engine and will not race tonight. They are working on a plan as if they will stay and race Friday. 
5:54
Qualifying Results presented by Racecar Engineering
FL/IMCA Modifieds – Night #5

1 13 Kevyn Terry 18.413
2 22 Josh Todd 18.459
3 57 Tim Moore 18.543
4 66 Jerry Symons 18.551
5 15T Tank Tucker 18.594
6 86 John Sarppraicone, Jr. 18.625
7 4B Alan Bruns 18.788
8 12 Dennis Uhlman 18.799
9 9J Kurt Jett 18.804
10 26 Bill Burba 18.845
11 38 Ricky Moxley 18.975
12 4 Jarrett Snowden 19.084
13 9B Matthew Bowoski 19.214
14 11 Earl Beckner 19.277
15 98 Matt Wheeler 19.352
16 5W Lee Weldy 19.692
17 91 Dean Slappy 19.829

 

5:52
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #96 Matt Wheeler

L1: 19.717
L2: 19.352 (+)

Position: 15th of 17 

5:52
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #9J Kurt Jett

L1: 18.970
L2:  18.804 (+)

Position: 9th of 16 

5:51
Matt Wheeler (Speed51.com Photo)
5:51
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #15T Tank Tucker

L1: 18.861
L2: 18.594 (+)

Position: 5th of 15 

5:50
Kurt Jett (Speed51.com Photo)
5:50
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #4B Alan Bruns

L1: 19.103
L2: 18.788 (+)

Position: 6th of 14 

5:50
Tank Tucker (Speed51.com Photo)
5:49
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #26 Bill Burba

L1: 19.021
L2: 18.845 (+)

Position: 7th of 13 

5:49
Alan Bruns (Speed51.com Photo)
5:48
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #57 Tim Moore

L1: 18.740
L2: 18.543 (+)

Position: 3rd of 12 

5:48
Lil Willy is ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:48
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #86 John Sarppraicone, Jr.

L1: 18.894
L2: 18.625 (+)

Position: 4th of 11 

5:47
Timmy Moore (Speed51.com Photo)
5:47
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #38 – Ricky Moxley

L1: 19.228
L2:  18.975 (+)

Position: 5th of 10 

5:46
John Sarppraicone Jr. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:46
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #12 Dennis Uhlman

L1: 19.245
L2: 18.799 (+)

Position:  4th of 9 

5:46
Ricky Moxley (Speed51.com Photo)
5:45
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #22 Josh Todd

L1: 18.620
L2: 18.459 (+)

Position: 2nd of 8 

5:45
Dennis Uhlman (Speed51.com Photo)
5:44
In June of 1953, Herb Thomas spoiled a dominant effort by Lee Petty to win a race in the series now known as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at a newly-opened Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.

Now nearly 60 years later, NASCAR racing will be back at Five Flags.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first-ever NASCAR event held at Five Flags, the legendary half-mile track will see the debut of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at the track April 12 and 13. See all the rising stars of NASCAR racing at Five Flags for the first time ever in the NAPA 150. Advanced reserved tickets are now available by calling the Five Flags Speedway box office at 850-944-8400 and more information can be found on www.5flagsspeedway.com

5:44
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #66 Jerry Symons

L1: 18.673
L2: 18.551 (+)

Position: 2nd of 7

5:44
Josh Todd (Speed51.com Photo)
5:44
NASCAR Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Inversion = 6
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 79 Woody Pitkat – 58 Eric Goodale
Row 2: 07 Patrick Emerling – 6 Ron Silk
Row 3: 70 Andy Seuss – 22 Chuck Hossfeld
Row 4: 80 Jimmy Zacharias – 8 Earl Paules
Row 5: 1 Burt Myers – 2 J.R. Bertuccio Jr.
Row 6: 4 Jason Myers – 82 Danny Watts
Row 7: 13 Al Emmarino – 44 Brandon Ward
Row 8: 79 Dylan Kopec 

5:44
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #11 Earl Beckner

L1: 19.471
L2: 19.277 (+)

Posiiton: 4th of 6 

5:43
Jerry Symons (Speed51.com Photo)
5:43
Earl Beckner (Speed51.com Photo)
5:42
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #9NH Matthew Bowaski

L1: 19.770
L2: 19.214 (+)

Position: 3rd of 5 

5:42
(Speed51.com Photo)
5:42
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #91 Dean Slappy

L1: 20.057
L2: 19.829 (+)

Position: 4th of 4 

5:41
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #13 Kevyn Terry

L1: 18.871
L2: 18.413 (+)

FAST TIME after 3 cars. 

5:40
Dean Slappy (Speed51.com Photo)
5:40
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #5w Lee Weldy

L1: 20.183
L2: 19.692 (+)

Position: 2nd of 2 

5:40
Kevyn Terry (Speed51.com Photo)
5:39
(Speed51.com Photo)
5:39
FL/IMCA Modifieds – #4 Jarrett Snowden

L1: 19.311
L2: 19.084 (+) 

5:38
Jarrett Snowden (Speed51.com Photo)
5:38
Ron Silk was third quick in time trials. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:37
There was a small shake up with the 07 team of Patrick Emerling as the crew peeled the Hoosier stickers off their tires which drivers were told not to in the drivers meeting. Emerling then had to get new rubber to qualify. The driver was frustrated about the situation, but still turned a good lap. 
5:36
Qualifying Results presented by Racecar Engineering
NASCAR Modifieds – Night #5

1 22 Chuck Hossfeld 16.975
2 70 Andy Seuss 17.170
3 6 Ronnie Silk 17.179
4 07 Patrick Emerling 17.261
5 58 Eric Goodale 17.289
6 79P Woody Pitkat 17.334
7 80 Jimmy Zacharias 17.373
8 8 Earl Paules 17.430
9 1 Burt Myers 17.474
10 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. 17.677
11 4 Jason Myers 17.758
12 82 Danny Watts 17.876
13 13 Al Emmarino 18.148
5:35
Chuck Hossfeld sets fast time with a sub-17 second rocket lap over Andy Seuss. 
5:34
Pro Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps)
Inversion = 9 (Based off of the Feature Results from Monday, February 18th)
Presented by Racecar Engineering

Row 1: 3 Brennon Willard – 47G Jared Fryar
Row 2: 44 Wayne Smith – 36 Alex Labbe
Row 3: 37 Larry Gelinas – 129 Spencer Davis
Row 4: 39 Alex Guenette – 30 Frederick Moore
Row 5: 41 Brandon Johnson – 11W David Weaver
Row 6: 4G Kody Evans – 9 Danny Church Jr.
Row 7: 75 Nathan Russell – 13 Hunter Baize
Row 8: 56 Josh Collins – 38 Kirk Hooker
Row 9: 14 Jaxson Jacobs – 8 Marc Jacobs
Row 10: 1 Cody Coughlin – 45 Joey Mucciacciaro
Row 11: 11 Brad May – 12 Dan Leeck
Row 12: 94 Donnie Varcoe – 8 Earl Paules
Row 13: 2 Cole Rouse – 99 Mike Maresca
Row 14: 6 Steve Demarias – 19 Ray Black Jr.
Row 15: 98 Sandy Lee – 54 Jeff Fultz
Row 16: 4B Alan Bruns – 77 Gavin Landers

5:34
NASCAR Modifieds – #13 – Al Emmarino

L1: 18.311
L2: 18.148 (+)

Position: Car #13 goes out 13th and finishes 13th. 

5:33
Al Emmarino (Speed51.com Photo)
5:33
NASCAR Modifieds – #2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr.

L1: 17.785
L2: 17.677 (+)

Position: 10th of 12 

5:32
J.R. Bertuccio Jr. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:32
NASCAR Modifieds – #22 Chuck Hossfeld

L1: 17.009
L2: 16.975 (+)

Hossfeld obliterates the 17-second barrier as he sets fast time thus far.

5:31
Chuck Hossfield (Speed51.com Photo)
5:31
NASCAR Modifieds – #79P Woody Pitkat

L1: 17.532
L2: 17.334 (+)

Position: 5th of 10 

5:31
Woody Pitkat (Speed51.com Photo)
5:30
NASCAR Modifieds – #80 Jimmy Zacharias

L1: 17.519
L2: 17.373 (+)

Position: 5th of 9 

5:30
NASCAR Modifieds – #07 – Patrick Emerling

L1: 17.313
L2: 17.261 (+)

Position: 3rd of 8 

5:30
Jimmy Zacharias (Speed51.com Photo)
5:29
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5:29
Patrick Emerling (Speed51.com Photo)
5:29
NASCAR Modifieds – #58 Eric Goodale

L1: 17.516
L2: 17.289 (+)

Position: 3rd of 7 

5:28
Eric Goodale (Speed51.com Photo)
5:28
NASCAR Modifieds – #82 Danny Watts

L1: 18.113
L2: 17.876 (+)

Position: 6th of 6 

5:27
NASCAR Modifieds – #8 Earl Paules

L1: 17.615
L2: 17.430 (+)

Position: 3rd of 5 

5:27
Danny Watts (Speed51.com Photo)
5:26
#70 – Andy Seuss

L1: 17.428
L2: 17.170 (+)

Position: FAST TIME after four cars. 

5:26
Earl Paules (Speed51.com Photo)
5:26
#4 – Jason Myers

L1: 18.092
L2: 17.758 (+)

Position: 3rd of 3 

5:25
Andy Suess (Speed51.com Photo)
5:25
NASCAR Modifieds – #1 Burt Myers

L1: 17.543
L2: 17.474 (+)

Position: 2nd of 2 

5:25
Jason Myers (Speed51.com Photo)
5:24
NASCAR Modifieds – #6 Ronnie Silk

L1: 17.240
L2: 17.179 (+) 

5:24
Burt Myers (Speed51.com Photo)
5:23
Ron Silk (Speed51.com Photo)
5:21
Qualifying Results presented by Racecar Engineering
Super Late Models – Night #5

1 71 Kyle Benjamin 17.272
2 51 Stephen Nasse 17.479
3 66 Stephen Wallace 17.550
4 11 David Rogers 17.570
5 36M Devin Mcleod 17.588
6 129 Spencer Davis 17.602
7 03 Dylan Kwasniewski 17.660
8 08 Jake Griffin 17.666
9 3 Gary Terry 17.741
10 20 Anthony Sergi 17.763
11 18C Bill Catania 17.773
12 39 Kenzie Ruston 17.775
13 03 Paige Dekcer 17.819
14 12 Derek Griffith 17.865
15 37 Larry Gelinas 17.957
16 74 Ryan Moore 18.000
17 17 Gary Passer 18.180
18 19 Rusty Ebersole 18.243
19 67 Denver Foran 18.390
20 36 Gary Padula 18.479
21 112 Steve Weaver 18.577
22 13 Frank Alberson 19.334
5:20
Russell Shaw was unable to get his car fired and did not make a qualifying attempt.

Kyle Benjamin set fast time with a 17.272, two-tenths ahead of Stephen Nasse. 

5:19
Super Late Models – #39 Kenzie Ruston

L1: 18.052
L2: 17.775 (+)

Position: 13th of 22 

5:18
Super Late Models – 3 – Gary Terry

L1: 18.044
L2: 17.741 (+)

Position: 10th of 21

5:18
Kenzie Ruston (Speed51.com Photo)
5:17
Super Late Models – #03 – Paige Decker

L1:  18.157
L2: 17.819 (+)

Position: 12th of 20 

5:17
Gary Terry (Speed51.com Photo)
5:17
Super Late Models – #37 – Larry Gelinas

L1: 18.209
L2: 17.957 (+)

Position: 13th of 19 

5:17
Gresham Motorsports Park is ready to kick off its 2013 season in a big way on March 30th with the Larry Fleeman Memorial Race when Mini Stocks, Renegades, Sportsman, Trucks, Outlaw Late Models and Pro Late Models return to GMP. The Larry Fleeman Memorial features a 198-lap, two-segment Pro Late Model event that will draw some of the best short trackers in the country to the Jefferson, Georgia half-mile. For more details on the Larry Fleeman Memorial, visit www.racegmp.com
5:16
Paige Decker (Speed51.com Photo)
5:16
Super Late Models – #67 Denver Foran

L1: 18.529
L2: 18.390 (+)

Position: 15th of 18

5:15
Larry Gelinas (Speed51.com Photo)
5:15
Super Late Models – #74 Ryan Moore

L1: 18.000
L2: 17.614 (+)

Position: 7th of 17 

5:15
Denver Foran (Speed51.com Photo)
5:14
Super Late Models – #08 Jake Griffin

L1: 18.067
L2: 17.666 (+)

Position: 8th of 16

5:14
Ryan Moore (Speed51.com Photo)
5:14
Top-Five in Super Late Model qualifying after 15 cars:

17.272 71 Kyle Benjamin
17.479 51 Stephen Nasse
17.550 66 Stephen Wallace
17.570 11 David Rogers
17.588 36M Devin McLeod
5:13
#20 – Anthony Sergi

L1: 18.113
L2:  17.763 (+)

Position: 8th of 15 

5:13
Jake Griffin (Speed51.com Photo)
5:13
#12 – Derek Griffith

L1: 18.215
L2: 17.865 (+)

Position: 9th of 14 

5:12
Anthony Sergi(Speed51.com Photo)
5:12
Super Late Models – #112 – Steve Weaver

L1: 18.882
L2: 18.577 (+)

Position: 12th of 13 

5:11
Derek Griffith (Speed51.com Photo)
5:11
#129 – Spencer Davis

L1: 17.889
L2: 17.602 (+)

Position: 6th of 12

5:10
Steve Weaver Jr. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:10
Super Late Models – #13 – Frank Alberson

L1: 19.643
L2: 19.334 (+)

Position: 11th of 11 

5:10
Spencer Davis (Speed51.com Photo)
5:09
Super Late Models – #18C – Bill Catania

L1: 18.031
L2:  17.773 (+)

Position: 7th of 10 

5:09
Frank Alberson (Speed51.com Photo)
5:08
#71 – Kyle Benjamin

L1: 17.581
L2: 17.272 (+)

Position: FAST TIME. This is also the fastest time in SLM qualifying thus far this World Series. 

5:08
Bill Catania (Speed51.com Photo)
5:07
#51 – Stephen Nasse

L1: 17.752
L2: 17.479 (+)

Position: FAST TIME 

5:07
Kyle Benjamin (Speed51.com Photo)
5:07
Super Late Models – #11 David Rogers

L1: 17.748
L2: 17.570 (+)

Position: 2nd of 8 

5:07
Russell Shaw appears to have a problem. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:06
Super Late Models – #36M – Devin McLeod

L1: 17.799
L2: 17.588 (+)

Position: 2nd 

5:06
Jason Myers waits to finish tech. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:06
Stephen Nasse (Speed51.com Photo)
5:05
Super Late Models – #66 Stephen Wallace

L1: 17.700
L2: 17.550 (+)

Position: FAST TIME

5:05
David Rogers (Speed51.com Photo)
5:04
Super Late Models – #17 – Gary Passer

L1: 18.549
L2: 18.180 (+)

Position: 2nd of 4 

5:04
Devin McLeod (Speed51.com Photo)
5:03
Super Late Models – #36 – Gary Padula

L1: 19.551
L2: 18.479 (+)

Position: 3rd of 3

5:03
Stephen Wallace (Speed51.com Photo)
5:03
Gary Passer (Speed51.com Photo)
5:02
Super Late Models – #03 – Dylan Kwasniewski

L1: 17.852
L2: 17.660 (+)

Position: FAST time of 2 

5:02
Gary Padula (Speed51.com Photo)
5:01
Super Late Models – #19 Rusty Ebersole

L1: 18.518
L2:  18.243 (+) 

5:01
Dylan Kwasniewski (Speed51.com Photo)
5:01
Longtime Modified crew chief and setup specialist Brad LaFontaine’s Northeast Race Cars & Parts, based in Pascoag, Rhode Island has been helping Modified racers and more win races for years. Northeast’s staff have over 50 years combined knowledge of the racing business. Providing racers on the East Coast with the parts they need through their retail warehouse. Their large stock of inventory allows them to ship the parts you need right away, usually the same day, with the technical support and quality product lines they have used themselves for years.

For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

5:00
Crews are being told to clear pit wall and we are about to go qualifying. 
4:55
Rusty Ebersole will be the first one out. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:55
Remaining Order of Events for Wednesday February 20th

5:00pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
NASCAR Modifieds
Florida/IMCA Modifieds

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)

7:30pm Features Start
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
NASCAR Modifieds (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Intermission
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (75 Laps – 2013 Speedweeks Championship Race)

4:55
Spencer Davis and crew spent yesterday putting new PFC brakes on the number 129. (Davis racing Photo)
4:52
We are ten minutes away from the start of qualifying. Super Late Models will go out first followed by NASCAR Modifieds and FL/IMCA Modifieds 
4:51
Comment From Guest 

Go Steve Wallace! I’m a big Wallace fan, i keep my thermostat set on 66 in his honor 

4:51
Originally Kenzie Ruston was only going to Practice and then park the car for the remainder of the night, but after topping the Super Late Models Practice charts overall today, the El Reno, Oklahoma driver, who will be racing for Turner-Scott Motorsports in the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series in 2013, has decided she will indeed race in tonight’s 35-Lap Feature. 
4:45
Gary Terry (3) and Kenzie Ruston (39) will be the last two Super Late Models to go out to Qualify. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:44
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Ocean Properties offers a selection of luxurious, yet affordable, “Condo-Tels.” The units combine the comforts of home with a beach side setting with the convenience of a hotel. Ocean Properties also has other rental properties that are available for any length of stay, from one night through the full Speedweeks experience. For more details, visit www.oceanprops.com or call Ocean Properties’ rental office at 1-800-521-9657.

4:42
Jake Griffin has spent the majority of Speedweeks competing in an UMP DIRTcar Modified at near by Volusia Speedway Park. Tonight is only his second pavement appearance of the week. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:38
Burt Myers will be the first in line for NASCAR Modifieds Qualifying after the Super Late Models are done with their Time Trials. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:35
Cody Coughlin and his JEGS ride. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:35
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4:34
Paige Decker is competing for the final time tonight as she will head back to University of Wisconsin/Stout tomorrow morning to resume classes. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:30
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4:28
Kyle Benjamin is hoping to be first across the start/finish line again tonight in Super Late Models. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:25
Donnie Varcoe got the car fixed from Mondays crash and will be back in the lineup tonight in the Pro Late Models. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:22
CRA Officials getting fed in the back of the JEGS pit stall. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:15
Dylan Kopec (#79K) and Woody Pitkat (#79P). (Speed51.com Photo)
4:14
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4:12
Jason Myers has arrived and is getting through opening tech (Speed51.com Photo)
4:08
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4:06
J.R. Bertuccio got out of shape in our practice (Speed51.com Photo)
3:59
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For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

3:54
Comment From Lenny 

Good luck to Decker,Nasse,Ruston,Hossfled,and Fultz 

3:54
Comment From Larry Blount 21 

Cody with an 18.165? Thats fast! 

3:51
For American stock car racing fans, the Daytona 500 is the biggest event on their calendar. As the Great American Race is upon us, one event many Midwest short track racers considered “their 2012 Daytona 500” was held at the Milwaukee Mile last June. Over 12,000 spectators turned out on a warm Tuesday night to witness third-generation Wisconsin racer Travis Sauter beat several NASCAR stars – in a field of 71 super late model racers – to score a popular victory in the 150-lap Midwest Tour super late model race at the historic Milwaukee Mile.
This summer, the highly-anticipated event returns to the Milwaukee Mile with the ARCA Midwest Tour and moves to the second Monday and Tuesday in July. Event organizers, building on the success of last year, are adding a Monday night concert featuring the heritage Southern rock band 38 Special.
Tickets for the July 8-9, 2013 “ARCA Fest” go on sale Friday, February 22nd at 10:00 a.m. Central Time online at www.ARCAfest.com
3:51
3:50
Fast Times in Practice for Today (Wednesday, February 20th):

NASCAR Modifieds Practice #1: 70 Andy Seuss 17.401
NASCAR Modifieds Practice #2: 22 Chuck Hossfeld 17.306

Super Late Models Practice #1: 129 Spencer Davis 17,984
Super Late Models Practice #2: 39 Kenzie Ruston 17.723

Pro Late Models Practice #1: 41 Brandon Johnson 18.410
Pro Late Models Practice #2: 1 Cody Coughlin 18.165

Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice #1: 66 Jerry Symons 18.834
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice #2: 22 Josh Todd 18.810 

3:45
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
FL/IMCA Modifieds – Wednesday Session #2

1 22 Josh Todd 18.810
2 66 Jerry Symons 18.815
3 13 Kevyn Terry 18.854
4 57 Tim Moore 18.886
5 86 John Sarppraicone, Jr. 18.919
6 4B Alan Bruns 18.927
7 15T Tank Tucker 18.932
8 4S Jarrett Snowden 19.097
9 9J Kurt Jett 19.146
10 12 Dennis Uhlman 19.215
11 9B Matthew Bowaski 19.352
12 38 Ricky Moxley 19.365
13 26 Bill Burba 19.434
14 5W Lee Weldy 19.520
15 11 Earl Beckner 19.526
16 91 Dean Slappy 19.759
3:44
“Old School” is the approach the Southern Super Series is taking in their debut season of 2013. The 16-race slate brings together five racetracks in four different states and will include such legendary races as the World Crown 300 and the All American 400. Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway and Montgomery Motor Speedway, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park and Tennessee’s Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville make up the facilities that some of the best Super Late Model racers will compete on with the series this coming year.

The inaugural season’s opener comes on Saturday, April 6th at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. For more details on this event visit www.southernsuperseries.com and http://www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com/

3:41
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Points Standings after Night #3:

Super Late Models
1. 74 Ryan Moore 233
2. 11 David Rogers 231
3. 129 Spencer Davis 226
4. 66 Stephen Wallace 225
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 216

Pro Late Models
1. 41 Brandon Johnson 242
2. 129 Spencer Davis 226
3. 1 Cody Coughlin 224
3. 39 Alex Guenette 224
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 212

Florida/IMCA Modifieds
1. 22 Josh Todd 239
2. 15 Tank Tucker 235
3. 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. 232
4. 57 Timothy Moore 223
5. 13 Kevyn Terry 220

NASCAR Modifieds
1. 79 Woody Pitkat 146
1. 22 Chuck Hossfeld 146
3. 59 Matt Hirschman 145
3. 07 Patrick Emerling 145
5. 8 Earl Paules 138

For the Complete World Series Points Standings, click on the link provided: (NOTE: The first set of Super Late Models Points reflect the tracks Triple Crown Series, which will also serve as the World Series Finale this Saturday, February 23rd meaning that two separate Championships will be decided in the 100-lap World Series Finale): http://speednetdirect.com/points.php?track_id=6062

3:41
Todd will end practice at the top of the chart. We will have a full rundown shortly. 
3:40
Josh Todd is back to the top with a time of 18.810. Symons is second quick with a time of 18.815. 
3:38
Jerry Symons, a four-time Speedweeks Champion, hopes to salvage a subpar 2013 World Series with a Win tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:36
Jerry Symons is at the top of the chart with a time of 18.815. Josh Todd is second with a time of 18.829. Kevyn Terry is third with a time of 18.854. 
3:34
Josh Todd Won the Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature on Monday and hopes to return to victory lane tonight at the end if the 75-lap Feature later tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:33
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
Pro Late Models – Session #2

1 1 Cody Coughlin 18.165
2 41 Brandon Johnson 18.199
3 47G Jared Fryar 18.251
4 11M Brad May 18.258
5 36 Alex Labbe 18.278
6 39G Alex Guennette 18.289
7 45 Joseph Mucciacciaro 18.320
8 75 Nathan Russell 18.410
9 54J Jeff Fultz 18.483
10 129 Spencer Davis 18.501
11 44 Wayne Smith 18.507
12 99M Marc Maresca 18.511
13 38 Kirk Hooker 18.544
14 6 Steve Desmarais 18.606
15 30 Fredrick Moore 18.611
16 77 Gavin Landers 18.649
17 12 Dan Leeck 18.705
18 3 Brennon Willard 18.723
19 4G Kody Evans 18.803
20 19B Ray Black, Jr. 18.804
21 94 Donnie Varcoe 18.813
22 56 Josh Collins 18.847
23 14J Jaxson Jacobs 18.982
24 9C Danny Church, Jr. 19.097
25 8J Marc Jacobs 19.276
26 98 Sandy Lee 19.537
3:30
The Florida Modifieds are out for their final practice session. 
3:29
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3:29
Jarrett Snowden is making only his second appearance of the World Series here today. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:27
Practice has ended with Coughlin at the top. Full rundown coming shortly. 
3:27
Cody Coughlin goes to the top with a time of 18.165. 
3:23
After Steve Laking started the week in the car, primary driver Kirk Hooker is back behind the wheel of the familiar #38. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:20
Safety crew is using a Bobcat to take Josh Collins car back to the pits. (Speed51.com photo)
3:19
Cole Rouse is making his first World Series appearance today in Pro Late Models. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:18
Safety crew is working on removing Josh Collins car on the frontstretch. Brandon Johnson is still the fastest in the final Pro Late Model session with a time of 18.410. Cody Coughlin is second with a time of 18.498. Joseph Mucciacciaro is third with a time of 18.609. Alex Guennette is fourth with a time of 18.620 and Gavin Landers rounds out the top five with a time of 18.712. 
3:16
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3:15
Heavy front end damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:13
Josh Collins sits on the front stretch after hard contact with the wall. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:13
Josh Collins after pounding the wall. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:12
Josh Collins has made heavy contact with the frontstretch wall. 
3:09
Nathan Russell has been fast all week and is hoping today the Feature results will reward his efforts. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:07
Gavin Landers looks to get some Practice Time in this final Pro Late Model session. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:07
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
NASCAR Modifieds – Wednesday Session #2

1 22H Chuck Hossfeld 17.306
2 6 Ronnie Silk 17.356
3 70 Andy Seuss 17.387
4 07 Patrick Emerling 17.397
5 1 Burt Myers 17.731
6 80 Jimmy Zacharias 17.752
7 58 Eric Goodale 17.771
8 79P Woody Pitkat 17.873
9 79K Dylan Kopec 17.884
10 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. 17.967
11 82 Danny Watts 18.081
12 13 Al Emmarino 18.231
3:06
Current Pro Late Models Speedweeks Points Leader, Brandon Johnson waits to go out. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:04
Practice has ended for the NASCAR Modifieds. Chuck Hossfield was the fastest with a 17.306. Ron Silk was second with a time of 17.356. Andy Suess was third with a 17.387. We will have a full rundown in just a little bit.
3:03
Two #79’s in attendance today as Dylan Kopec (White) and Woody Pitkat (Orange). (Speed51.com Photo)
3:02
Longtime Modified crew chief and setup specialist Brad LaFontaine’s Northeast Race Cars & Parts, based in Pascoag, Rhode Island has been helping Modified racers and more win races for years. Northeast’s staff have over 50 years combined knowledge of the racing business. Providing racers on the East Coast with the parts they need through their retail warehouse. Their large stock of inventory allows them to ship the parts you need right away, usually the same day, with the technical support and quality product lines they have used themselves for years.

For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

3:00
Burt Myers sits in the car while adjustments are made to his machine. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:59
Ron Silk is up to second with a time of 17.356. 
2:57
Hossfield is still at the top of the standings with a time of 17.306. 
2:55
We have not seen Ted Christopher on the ground today and the place where his hauler was previously parked is now vacant
2:55
Comment From Guest 

is the 00 there 

2:54
Chuck Hossfield is at the top of the charts with a time of 17.306. Patrick Emerling is second with a time of 17.397. Andy Suess is third with a time of 17.554. Ron Silk is fourth with a time of 17.648. 
2:52
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
Super Late Models – Wednesday Session #2

1 39 Kenzie Ruston 17.723
2 51 Stephen Nasse 17.735
3 08 Jake Griffin 17.771
4 11 David Rogers 17.907
5 3 Gary Terry 17.919
6 66 Stephen Wallace 17.940
7 03K Dylan Kwasniewski 17.963
8 129 Spencer Davis 17.966
9 74 Ryan Moore 17.989
10 36M Devin McLeod 18.039
11 20 Anthony Sergi 18.083
12 18C Bill Catania 18.100
13 12 Derek Griffith 18.128
14 67 Denver Foran 18.181
15 37 Larry Gelinas 18.247
16 03D Paige Decker 18.250
17 17 Gary Passer 18.288
18 19E Rusty Ebersole 18.351
19 36P Gary Padula 18.435
20 99 Austin Dyne 18.659
21 112 Steve Weaver, Jr. 20.385
22 13 Frank Alberson 20.594
2:50
Brandon Ward is here today for the first time this week. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:50
Andy Suess was the fastest in their first practice session. 
2:49
Practice is underway for the NASCAR Modifieds. 
2:49
Getting ready for the NASCAR Modifieds to take the track. Officials are securing the crossover gates. 
2:49
Andy Seuss (70) and Danny Watts (82) wait to head out for Final NASCAR Modifieds Practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:49
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2:46
Practice has ended for the Super Late Models with Ruston at the top of the charts with her time of 17.723. We will have a full rundown shortly. 
2:45
Kenzie Ruston goes to the top of the chart with a time of 17.723. Nasse is second with a 17.735. 
2:41
NASCAR Modifieds are starting to roll out onto pit road as they will be next after this Final Super Late Models Practice. 
2:38
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Points Standings after Night #3:

Super Late Models
1. 74 Ryan Moore 233
2. 11 David Rogers 231
3. 129 Spencer Davis 226
4. 66 Stephen Wallace 225
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 216

Pro Late Models
1. 41 Brandon Johnson 242
2. 129 Spencer Davis 226
3. 1 Cody Coughlin 224
3. 39 Alex Guenette 224
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 212

Florida/IMCA Modifieds
1. 22 Josh Todd 239
2. 15 Tank Tucker 235
3. 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. 232
4. 57 Timothy Moore 223
5. 13 Kevyn Terry 220

NASCAR Modifieds
1. 79 Woody Pitkat 146
1. 22 Chuck Hossfeld 146
3. 59 Matt Hirschman 145
3. 07 Patrick Emerling 145
5. 8 Earl Paules 138

For the Complete World Series Points Standings, click on the link provided: (NOTE: The first set of Super Late Models Points reflect the tracks Triple Crown Series, which will also serve as the World Series Finale this Saturday, February 23rd meaning that two separate Championships will be decided in the 100-lap World Series Finale): http://speednetdirect.com/points.php?track_id=6062

2:33
Just a few minutes remaining in this Final Super Late Models Practice (Top 5): Nasse 17.747, Rogers, Davis, Griffin, Moore. 
2:32
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
FL/IMCA Modified – Wednesday Session #1

1 66 Jerry Symons 18.834
2 86 John Sarppraicone, Jr. 18.929
3 57 Tim Moore 18.987
4 15T Tank Tucker 18.993
5 22 Josh Todd 19.015
6 13 Kevyn Terry 19.101
7 9J Kurt Jett 19.187
8 4B Alan Bruns 19.245
9 38 Ricky Moxley 19.321
10 4S Jarrett Snowden 19.390
11 9B Matthew Bowaski 19.435
12 26 Bill Burba 19.545
13 11 Earl Beckner 19.666
14 5W Lee Weldy 20.454
2:32
Both Ruston and Dyne are making their first World Series appearances today as Dyne has purchased several pieces of equipment from the Ruston stable as she will make the move to the NASCAR K&N Pro East Series for Turner-Scott Motorsports in 2013. She will be keeping one Super Late Model in the shop for off weekends. 
2:31
17 Gary Passer has made his way out for the first time this session as well. 
2:30
The start of the 2013 Florida United Promoters Late Model Season comes in just a few short weeks – March 2nd to be exact, with the running of the 33rd Annual Icebreaker 100 at Citrus County Speedway in Inverness, FL.

The event was recently moved to Citrus County by series officials.

This event in years past has been a must-race for such short track stars as Dick Trickle, Mike Eddy, Dick Anderson, Dave Pletcher and many more. This year, some of the best Super Late Model drivers from Florida and beyond will try to take the prestigious victory at Citrus County.

For more information on the Icebreaker 100, visit www.floridaunitedpromoterslatemodelseries.com

2:30
2:29
11 Brad May, who has been racing with the Pro Late Models all week up to this point, has joined the Super Late Models for this Practice Session. 
2:28
11 David Rogers has joined the pack out on the race track along-with 19 Rusty Ebersole. 
2:27
Early Top 5: Nasse 17.474, Griffin, Davis, Ruston, Moore. 
2:25
Green is out on this Final Super Late Models Practice. 
2:24
Super Late Models are now rolling out onto the track. 
2:24
Spencer Davis has been solid all week long and is a threat in Pro and Super points. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:24
18 Bill Catania is also on pit road. 
2:24
39 Kenzie Ruston is on pit road as well as the teams from the North Pits are now coming down. joining Ruston is: 99 Austin Dye, 20 Anthony Sergi, 36 Devin McLeod, 112 Steve Weaver Jr., and 37 Larry Gelinas. 
2:23
Super Late Models waiting on pit road are: 67 Denver Foran, 13 Frank Alberson, 66 Stephen Wallace, 74 Ryan Moore, 03 Dylan Kwasniewski, 03 Paige Decker, 3 Gary Terry, 51 Stephen Nasse, 08 Jake Griffin, 129 Spencer Davis and 12 Derek Griffith. 
2:21
Checkered Flag is out on this session. Those Results are coming in just a little bit. The Super Late Models will roll out next for their second and final Practice Session of the day. 
2:21
Top 5 with less than a minute remaining in this first of two Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice Sessions: Symons 18.834, Sarppraicone Jr., Moore, Tucker, Todd. 
2:20
Caution: Bruns spins in turn four. 
2:20
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
Pro Late Models – Wednesday Session #1

1 41 Brandon Johnson 18.410
2 1 Cody Coughlin 18.498
3 45 Joseph Mucciacciaro 18.609
4 39G Alex Guennette 18.620
5 77 Gavin Landers 18.712
6 30 Fredrick Moore 18.721
7 44 Wayne Smith 18.739
8 13 Hunter Baize 18.747
9 99 Marc Maresca 18.777
10 38 Kirk Hooker 18.817
11 129 Spencer Davis 18.821
12 4B Alan Bruns 18.846
13 56 Josh Collins 18.847
14 75 Nathan Russell 18.852
15 12 Dan Leeck 18.859
16 94 Donnie Varcoe 18.921
17 47G Jared Fryar 18.927
18 54 Jeff Fultz 18.934
19 3 Brennon Willard 18.973
20 19 Ray Black, Jr. 19.024
21 4G Kody Evans 19.031
22 9 Kurt Jett 19.171
23 37 Larry Gelinas 19.231
24 14J Jaxson Jacobs 19.321
25 8J Marc Jacobs 19.393
26 98 Sandy Lee 19.867
27 2 Cole Rouse 20.132
28 36 Alex Labbe 38.360
29 6 Steve Desmarais 46.631
2:19
Just a few minutes remaining in this Practice Session. 
2:17
4B Allan Bruns makes his second appearance of the day and first in his Florida/IMCA Modified. 
2:17
Florida Mods in action. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:16
Early Top 5: Sarppraicone Jr. 18.956, Tucker, Todd, Symons, Terry. 
2:16
Sarppraicone looking for three wins in five nights. (Speed51.com photo)
2:15
Super Late Models and Pro Late Models from across the country will battle for the famed Rattlesnake Trophy during the 37th Annual Rattler 250 weekend at South Alabama Speedway, March 15, 16 and 17. Some of short track racing’s biggest names have put their name in the Rattler 250 record books over the years and this year many Super Late Model racers will try to do the same. Pro Late Model racers will also have a major part in Rattler weekend with their 100-lap feature. For more details on Rattler weekend, visit www.southalabamaspeedway.com
2:14
Josh Todd looking for two in a row. (Speed51.com photo)
2:14
Green Flag is out on this session. 
2:12
86 John Sarppraicone Jr., is on the track as well in Car Owner Maverick MacDonald’s #86. 
2:12
Speed51.com photographers looking for a prime parking spot on the infield. (Speed51.com photo)
2:12
New Smyrna officials add the new Victory Lane insignia to the frontstretch (Speed51.com Photo)
2:12
Florida/IMCA Modifieds waiting to head out include: 26 Bill Burba, 9 Kurt Jett, 9NH Matt Bowaski, 22 Josh Todd, 38 Ricky Moxley, 66 Jerry Symons, 15 Tank Tucker, 11 Earl Beckner, 57 Timothy Moore, 5 Lee Weldy 13 Kevyn Terry and 4 Jarrett Snowden. 
2:11
Jaxson Jacobs said it took 20 hours for his team to travel to New Smyrna Speedway. But they took their time and did it over a three-day period. Jacobs flew down. He really likes NSS but has a 604 crate in his car. He said he brought a knife to a gun fight. 
2:09
Brandon Johnson pulls pitside with quick time. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:08
Rush hour on the backstretch. (Speed51.com photo)
2:08
This first Practice for the Pro Late Models is done. Those times are coming momentarily. The Florida/IMCA Modifieds will come out next for their first of two Practice Sessions. 
2:06
Did ya blow his doors off? Nope, just the graphics. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:05
Green Flag is back out on this first Pro Late Models Practice Session as this has been extended due to the clean up. 
2:03
Beginning Tonight (Wednesday, February 20th) Speed51.com will start the LIVE Radio Broadcasts from New Smyrna Speedway (FL) and for the remainder of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.

Join several 51 staffers throughout the remaining four days of Speedweeks as many will have a hand in the call of all the big races such as the 5th annual John Blewett II Memorial 76 for NASCAR Modifieds Tonight, the Pro Late Models 100-lap Main on Thursday, 2/21, the 28th annual Richie Evans Memorial 100 and the 100-Lap Triple Crown / World Series Finale, which closes out the World Series on Saturday, 2/23.

Starting at approximately 7:15pm., the Radio Broadcast will begin. 

2:00
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For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

1:59
Put it down thick. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:59
Kody Evans waiting to go green. (Speed51.com photo)
1:56
Nathan Russell hoping for good luck tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
1:54
Fill me up with quick dry. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:54
Dan Church Jr. is back in the 9 car. (Speed51.com photo)
1:53
Track Crews are surveying the track for more fluids as we are still under caution. 
1:51
Dan Leeck’s car stands out at day and night. (Speed51.com photo)
1:51
Blaize loops it in the turn. Liquid is on the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:50
19 Ray Black Jr., is now on the track and is making his first appearance of Speedweeks. 
1:50
Caution: Baize goes around in turn four. 
1:50
Early Top 5: Coughlin 18.498, Mucciacciaro, Guenette, Moore, Smith. 
1:49
Little three wide action (Speed51.com photo)
1:49
Comment From CD 

Good luck Dan Leeck! Beautiful car! 

1:48
Side-by-side in turn four. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:48
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1:47
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
NASCAR Modifieds – Wednesday Session #1

1 70 Andy Seuss 17.401
2 6 Ronnie Silk 17.427
3 07 Patrick Emerling 17.538
4 22 Chuck Hossfeld 17.562
5 8 Earl Paules 17.619
6 79 Woody Pitkat 17.752
7 58 Eric Goodale 17.819
8 2 J.R. Bertuccio, Jr. 17.860
9 13 Al Emmarino 18.029
10 82 Danny Watts 18.221
1:46
Reuse and Bruns are making their first Pro Late Models appearance of Speedweeks while Bruns has also been racing his Florida/IMCA Modified all week long. 
1:46
A gaggle of cars wait to go out that are still on pit road and they include: 12 Dan Leeck, 8 Marc Jacobs, 2 Cole Rouse, 56 Josh Collins, 41 Brandon Johnson, 77 Gavin Landers, 38 Steve Laking, 4G Kody Evans, 6 Steve Demarias, 75 Nathan Russell, 9 Danny Church Jr., 37 Larry Gelinas, 54 Denver Foran, 4b Allan Bruns and 39 Alex Guenette. 
1:44
Also the #98 of Lee Weldy is on the track as well. 
1:43
Almost out of room for Pro LMs on pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:43
Pro Late Models that are lined up on pit road are: 44 Wayne Smith, 45 Joey Mucciacciaro, 36 Alex Labbe, 13 Hunter Baize, 94 Donnie Varcoe, 1 Cody Coughlin, 99 Zach Germain, 47 Jarrett Fryar, 129 Spencer Davis, 30 Frederick Moore and 14 Jaxson Jacobs. 
1:42
Seuss to the top of the charts in practice #1. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:41
Seuss was fast. (Speed51.com photo)
1:40
Checkered Flag is out on this session. Those results are coming in just a few minutes. The Pro Late Models will roll out in just a few minutes. 
1:40
One lap to go in this first NASCAR Modifieds Practice. 
1:39
J.R. Bertuccio Jr.’s #21 he raced last night in the UNOH Battle at the Beach is now on the track for the first time this week. 
1:39
Woody Pitkat won on Friday night. (Speed51.com photo)
1:38
Seuss now on top with a 17.401 followed by Silk at a 17.427. 
1:38
As the NASCAR Modifieds continue to circle around the 1/2 (0.500) mile high-banked paved oval, the Pro Late Models are starting to line-up down on pit road. So far 17 PLM teams are waiting. 
1:38
Smooth as Silk. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:37
Chuck Hossfield looking for a win at New Smyrna. (Speed51.com photo)
1:36
“50-50, Get your 50-50 here.” (Speed51.com Photo)
1:35
Patrick Emerling hoping for another podium or win tonight. (Speed51.com photo)
1:35
Emerling to the top of the charts with a 17.538. 
1:33
70 Andy Seuss is now on pit road waiting to head out. He is the second driver who raced at Daytona and had not been here to New Smyrna yet this week. 
1:32
07 Patrick Emerling is on the track for the first time today. 
1:32
Early Top 5: Silk 17.582, Hossfeld, Paules, Pitkat, Bertuccio Jr. 
1:31
Brandon Lynn waits to leave the infield. (Speed51.com photo)
1:30
Silk went right to the top of the charts early in this Practice despite making his first World Series appearance here today. 
1:30
In June of 1953, Herb Thomas spoiled a dominant effort by Lee Petty to win a race in the series now known as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at a newly-opened Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.

Now nearly 60 years later, NASCAR racing will be back at Five Flags.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first-ever NASCAR event held at Five Flags, the legendary half-mile track will see the debut of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at the track April 12 and 13. See all the rising stars of NASCAR racing at Five Flags for the first time ever in the NAPA 150. Advanced reserved tickets are now available by calling the Five Flags Speedway box office at 850-944-8400 and more information can be found on www.5flagsspeedway.com

1:28
Green flag is out on the first NASCAR Modifieds Practice of the day. 
1:28
Spencer Davis after setting quick time in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:28
Stephen Wallace and Brandon Lynn have a conversation.(Speed51.com photo)
1:28
NASCAR Modifieds Practice has been extended due to the delay. 
1:27
NASCAR Modifieds are now rolling out onto the track as clean up is complete over in turn four from the Lynn incident. 
1:27
Lynn’s crew said he broke the fuel pump which caused the fire. 
1:27
6 Ron Silk and 2 J.R. Bertuccio Jr., are now on pit road. Silk is one of a feew drivers who have come over from Daytona after not being here the first few days of the World Series. 
1:25
Stephen Wallace talks to Corey Schultz of Five Star Race Car Bodies.
1:23
Brandon Lynn and his crew survey the damage.
1:23
Track crew cleaning up the mess where Lynn’s fuel spill occurred. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:22
82 Danny Watts has joined the quintet on pit road as Track Crews continue the clean up process in turn four. 
1:22
Brandon Lynn is fine. He said he is done for this week. He explained that when he went down the straights the car would not go straight. He went into the corner, over corrected and went into the wall. He said in hindsight, he should have brought it on a couple laps earlier. Not sure if there was something wrong with the steering box or rear end. 
1:21
Practice Times presented by Racecar Engineering
Super Late Models – Wednesday Session #1

1 129 Spencer Davis 17.984
2 71 Kyle Benjamin 18.015
3 11 David Rogers 18.034
4 08 Jake Griffin 18.101
5 36M Devin McLeod 18.164
6 74 Ryan Moore 18.178
7 20 Anthony Sergi 18.197
8 3 Gary Terry 18.225
9 39 Kenzie Ruston 18.266
10 03D Paige Decker 18.267
11 12 Derek Griffith 18.292
12 19 Rusty Ebersole 18.337
13 66 Stephen Wallace 18.378
14 67 Denver Foran 18.439
15 18C Bill Catania 18.466
16 17 Gary Passer 18.466
17 25 Brandon Lynn 18.534
18 03K Dylan Kwasniewski 19.251
19 36P Gary Padula 24.837
1:21
22 Chuck Hossfeld has joined the pack in line and will be heading out soon. 
1:21
Tire marks leading to the wall as if the throttle hung. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:20
We have a few NASCAR Modifieds that have not been to New Smyrna this week prior to going to Daytona for the UNOH Battle at the Beach and we’ll introduce them as they come out for Practice. 
1:18
Amazing that they can even tow it. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:18
The right side damage. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:18
NASCAR Modifieds waiting on pit road include: 8 Earl Paules, 58 Eric Goodale, 13 Al Emmarino and 79 Woody Pitkat. 
1:17
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1:16
Stephen Wallace just climbed out of his car and said it is fast. 
1:15
Driver climbing from wreckage. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:15
NASCAR Modifieds will roll out next for their first of two sessions. 
1:14
Super Late Models Practice #1 is now complete. Those time will be coming in a few minutes. 
1:13
Smoke and fire under the hood. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:13
Devin McLeod (36) and Stephen Wallace (66) using different lines off of turn two.(Speed51.com photo)
1:12
Brandon Lynn moments after impact. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:12
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Points Standings after Night #3:

Super Late Models
1. 74 Ryan Moore 233
2. 11 David Rogers 231
3. 129 Spencer Davis 226
4. 66 Stephen Wallace 225
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 216

Pro Late Models
1. 41 Brandon Johnson 242
2. 129 Spencer Davis 226
3. 1 Cody Coughlin 224
3. 39 Alex Guenette 224
5. 37 Larry Gelinas 212

Florida/IMCA Modifieds
1. 22 Josh Todd 239
2. 15 Tank Tucker 235
3. 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. 232
4. 57 Timothy Moore 223
5. 13 Kevyn Terry 220

NASCAR Modifieds
1. 79 Woody Pitkat 146
1. 22 Chuck Hossfeld 146
3. 59 Matt Hirschman 145
3. 07 Patrick Emerling 145
5. 8 Earl Paules 138

For the Complete Speedweeks Points Standings, click on the link provided: (NOTE: The first set of Super Late Models Points reflect the tracks Triple Crown Series, which will also serve as the World Series Finale this Saturday, February 23rd meaning that two separate Championships will be decided in the 100-lap Speedweeks Finale): http://speednetdirect.com/points.php?track_id=6062

1:11
Brandon Lynn makes hard contact with the turn four wall and is on fire. Track Safety Crews are right on the scene. 
1:09
Spencer Davis quick so far. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:07
Lunch time for this track official. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:06
Comment From Corey Deuser 

Thanks for the coverage as im back at school today 

1:06
Caution for Debris and we’re right back to Green. 
1:05
Early Top 5: Davis 17.984, Griffin, McLeod, Decker, Ruston. 
1:04
11 David Rogers and 74 Ryan Moore are now on pit road waiting to head out as well. 
1:03
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1:02
Green Flag is out and we’re under way here for Super Late Models Practice. 
1:02
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1:01
Cars are now on the race track and we’re ready to resume the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing after taking the day off yesterday for the UNOH Battle at the Beach. 
1:00
Cole Rouse is here today.(Speed51.com photo)
1:00
The pit stalls that were occupied by Teddy Christopher this week. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:59
12 Derek Griffith, 67 Denver Foran, 17 Gary Passe, 3 Gary Terry, 71 Kyle Benjamin and 51 Stephen Nasse are also lined up on pit road. 
12:58
Kenzie Ruston is buckled in and ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:57
Super Late Models are on pit road as they get ready to head out onto the race track and they include: 129 Spencer Davis, 36 Gary Padula, 36 Devin McLeod, 03 Paige Decker, 66 Stephen Wallace, 25 Brandon Lynn and 39 Kenzie Ruston who is making her first appearance of Speedweeks. 
12:55
Bubba Pollard has confirmed that he will be racing Friday and Saturday for sure. Possibly tomorrow night. 
12:52
Eric Goodale is here today after his second place at the Battle at the Beach last night. (Speed51.com photo)
12:50
John Sarppraicone Jr. is here after a bad wreck on Monday night with a backup car. Primary focus…win tonight’s race. 
12:49
Today’s Trackside Now coverage is presented by Northeast Race Cars & Parts. Longtime Modified crew chief and setup specialist Brad LaFontaine’s Northeast Race Cars & Parts, based in Pascoag, Rhode Island has been helping Modified racers and more win races for years. Northeast’s staff have over 50 years combined knowledge of the racing business. Providing racers on the East Coast with the parts they need through their retail warehouse. Their large stock of inventory allows them to ship the parts you need right away, usually the same day, with the technical support and quality product lines they have used themselves for years.

For more information on Northeast Race Cars & Parts, visit www.nerace.com

12:42
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Feature Winners:

Night #4 – Monday, February 18th
17 Bobby Santos IIII – USAC Midgets
71 Kyle Benjamin – Super Late Models
41 Brandon Johnson – Pro Late Models
22 Josh Todd – Florida/IMCA Modifieds

Night #3 – Sunday, February 17th
17 Kyle Larson – USAC Midgets
51 Stephen Nasse – Super Late Models
11 Brad May – Pro Late Models
86 John Sarppraicone Jr. – Florida/IMCA Modifieds

Night #2 – Saturday, February 16th
36 Devin McLeod – Super Late Models
22 Chuck Hossfeld – NASCAR Modifieds
45 Joey Mucciacciaro – Pro Late Models
15 Tank Tucker – Florida/IMCA Modifieds

Night #1 – Friday, February 15th
11 David Rogers – Super Late Models
79 Woody Pitkat – NASCAR Modifieds
1 Cody Coughlin – Pro Late Models
88 John Sarppraicone Jr. – Florida/IMCA Modifieds

12:41
Order of Events for Wednesday February 20th

1:00 Practice Begins
1:00-1:15pm – Super Late Models
1:20-1:35pm – NASCAR Modifieds
1:40-1:55pm – Pro Late Models
2:00-2:15pm – Florida/IMCA Modifieds
2:20-2:35pm – Super Late Models
2:40-2:55pm – NASCAR Modifieds
3:00-3:15pm – Pro Late Models
3:20-3:35pm – Florida/IMCA Modifieds

5:00pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
NASCAR Modifieds
Florida/IMCA Modifieds

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)

7:30pm Features Start
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
NASCAR Modifieds (5th annual John Blewett III Memorial 76)
Intermission
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (75 Laps – 2013 Speedweeks Championship Race) 

12:36
Good Afternoon from New Smyrna Speedway in New Smyrna Beach, Florida for Day #5 of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing as we have reached the crossed flags signal on 2013 Speedweeks. 
12:35
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Trackside Now: World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing – Night Five – New Smyrna Speedway (FL) – 2/20/13