11:56
So we’ll close out everything from New Smyrna Speedway and on behalf of all of us with Speed51.com we wish a pleasant a due…. 
11:55
Speed51.com is back tomorrow (Tuesday, February 19th) to continue on with 2013 Florida Speedweeks, but at a different location as New Smyrna Speedway will go dark as the UNOH Battle at the Beach takes center stage.The entire Speed51.com staff will be at Daytona International Speedway’s temporary 4/10s (0.400) mile paved oval located within the superstretch of the 2.5 mile oval.

The NASCAR K&N Pro East & West Series as well as the NASCAR Whelen Modifieds will co-headline the action packed show with a pair of 150-Lap Features and Speed51.com will be there with Wall-to-Wall coverage from this historic event.

11:54
Remaining Schedule of Events for the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing:Tuesday, February 19 – Scheduled Night Off 

Wednesday, February 20 – Night #5
5th Annual – John Blewett III Memorial
NASCAR Modifieds – 76 Laps
FL/IMCA Type Modifieds 75 Laps
Super Late Models 35, Pro Late Models 35

Thursday, February 21 – Night #6
Pro Late Models 100 Laps
Super Late Models 35, NASCAR Modified 35,
Pro-Trucks 35

Friday, February 22 – Night #7
28th Annual Richie Evans Memorial
NASCAR Modifieds – 100 Laps
Super Late Models 35, Pro Late Models 35, Pro-Trucks 35

Saturday, February 23 – Night #8
Super Late Model Championship / FASCAR Triple Crown Championship – 100 Laps,
Pro-Trucks 75 Laps, NASCAR Modifieds 35, Pro Late Models 35

11:53
The other Florida Modifieds have cleared tech. 
11:53
Tonight’s Feature Winners:
17 Bobby Santos III – USAC Midgets
71 Kyle Benjamin – Super Late Models
41 Brandon Johnson – Pro Late Models
22 Josh Todd – Florida/IMCA Modifieds

11:52
REVISED Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Unofficial Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 22 Josh Todd
2. 66 Jerry Symons
3. 13 Kevyn Terry
4. 57 Timothy Moore
5. 9 Matt Bowaski
6. 12 Dennis Uhlman
7. 86 Maverick MacDonald
8. 26 Bill Burba
9. 5 Lee Weldy
10. 15 Tank Tucker
11. 96 Matt Wheeler
12. 91 Dean Slappy
13. 88 John Sarppraicone Jr.
DQ: 9 Kurt Jett
11:51
Super Late Models have cleared tech. 
11:50
TECH: Kurt Jett has failed post-race inspection for being too low. 
11:48
Tech is still on-going for the Super Late Models down in Ricky Brooks’ “Room of Doom”
11:43
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11:39
Comment From Caterade 

Congrats to jett on that top 3 that has been iluding him all week !! 

11:39
Josh Todd and crew celebrate his first Speedweeks Feature Win. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:39
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Unofficial Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 22 Josh Todd
2. 66 Jerry Symons
3. 9 Kurt Jett
4. 13 Kevyn Terry
5. 57 Timothy Moore
6. 9 Matt Bowaski
7. 12 Dennis Uhlman
8. 86 Maverick MacDonald
9. 26 Bill Burba
10. 5 Lee Weldy
11. 15 Tank Tucker
12. 96 Matt Wheeler
13. 91 Dean Slappy
14. 88 John Sarppraicone Jr.
11:38
Kurt Jett was third. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:38
Jerry Symons finished second. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:37
Josh Todd celebrates in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:35
CHECKERED: Josh Todd WINS the Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature. 
11:35
WHITE FLAG: Todd leads and is through the lapped traffic. 
11:35
LAP 33: Two laps to go for Todd. 
11:35
LAP 32: Todd carefully negotiates around some potential lapped traffic which allows Symons to close in. 
11:34
LAP 30: Five laps to go as Todd’s lead is starting to slip a bit as Symons has closed the gap to less than a second. 
11:33
LAP 28: Jett is comfortable in third with Terry and Moore rounding out the top five. 
11:33
LAP 27: Todd’s advantage climbs to 1.4 seconds. 
11:32
LAP 25: 10 Laps to go for Todd who has opened up a 1.2 second lead over Symons. 
11:32
LAP 24: Todd is approaching the back of the lead lap cars. 
11:31
LAP 22: Todd has found some extra speed and has began to pull away from the Four-Time and Defending Speedweeks Champion, Symons. 
11:31
LAP 20: Todd continues to show the way but Symons is making up some real estate on the leader. 
11:30
LAP 18: Halfway (Top 5):
1. Josh Todd
2. Jerry Symons
3. Kurt Jett
4. Kevyn Terry
5. Timothy Moore 
11:30
LAP 17: Moore slides by Burba and is in the top five. 
11:29
LAP 15: Todd leads but his advantage is dwindling as here comes Symons. 
11:29
LAP 14: Tucker heads back out but is several laps down. 
11:28
LAP 13: Terry to the inside of Burba to take over fourth spot. 
11:28
LAP 12: Todd leads Symons, Jett, Burba and Terry. 
11:27
Right front tire being changed on Tank Tucker. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:27
LAP 10: Symons and Jett collide and Symons saves the car and takes over second. 
11:27
LAP 9: Burba and Terry battle for fourth spot. 
11:27
LAP 7: Todd continues to lead with Jett and Symons battling for second. 
11:26
We’re back to GREEN. 
11:26
One to go. 
11:23
New Smyrna Speedway will go dark tomorrow (Tuesday, February 19th) as the UNOH Battle at the Beach takes center stage as the entire Speed51.com staff will be at Daytona International Speedway’s temporary 4/10s (0.400) mile paved oval located within the superstretch of the 2.5 mile oval.The NASCAR K&N Pro East & West Series as well as the NASCAR Whelen Modifieds will co-headline the action packed show with a pair of 150-Lap Features and Speed51.com will be there with Wall-to-Wall coverage from this historic event.
11:22
Sarppraicone thinks his car will need a new right front clip. 
11:17
Sarppraicone is fine after a hard wreck. 
11:15
Water barrels are destroyed. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:14
The point of impact. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:14
RED Flag has been thrown in order to clean up the water that is now on the race track. 
11:14
A big puddle on pit road after Sarppraicone hit the water barrels.(Speed51.com Photo)
11:13
Sarppraicone comes to a rest after a hard hit with the inside wall. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:12
CAUTION: Sarppraicone Jr., tried to pass Todd for the lead and they touched sending Sarppraicone Jr., hard into the inside front stretch wall and into the safety water barrels. 
11:11
GREEN is back out with Todd leading Sarppraicone Jr., Tucker, Jett and Symons. 
11:11
One to go at the line. 
11:10
CAUTION: Wheeler spins coming down the front stretch. 
11:10
LAP 3: Sarppraicone Jr., is in second stalking the leader. 
11:10
LAP 1: Todd leads the first lap. 
11:07
Looked like Sarppraicone touched the front stretch wall on the start 
11:06
We’ve got one to go this time by. 
11:05
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11:05
CAUTION: Waldy spins going down the backstretch. Complete Restart. 
11:04
GREEN Flag is out and we’re racing. 
11:04
All 14 starters are on the track. 
11:04
One to go at the line. 
11:03
The Florida/IMCA Modifieds haven’t been on the race track since about 2:00pm today, over nine hours. So these teams will get some extra warm up laps to get some heat in the tires and warmth in the motors. 
11:01
John Sarppraicone Jr. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:00
Tank Tucker (Speed51.com Photo)
11:00
Kevyn Terry (Speed51.com Photo)
10:59
Josh Todd (Speed51.com Photo)
10:59
Kurt Jett (Speed51.com Photo)
10:58
Bill Burba (Speed51.com Photo)
10:56
Florida/IMCA Modifieds will close out the night with their 35-Lap Feature. 
10:56
Kyle O’Gara finished second.(Speed51.com Photo)
10:56
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps) Inversion = 7
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 26 Bill Burba – 12 Dennis Uhlman
Row 2: 9 Kurt Jett – 22 Josh Todd
Row 3: 13 Kevyn Terry – 15 Tank Tucker
Row 4: 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. – 91 Dean Slappy
Row 5: 57 Timothy Moore – 66 Jerry Symons
Row 6: 9 Matt Bowaski – 86 Maverick MacDonald
Row 7: 96 Matt Wheeler – 5 Lee Weldy
10:55
Kyle O’Gara just jumped into the stands to hug his family. 
10:55
USAC Midgets Feature Unofficial Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 17 Bobby Santos III
2. 27 Kyle O’Gara
3. 7C Caleb Armstrong
4. 17B Dave Steele
5. 67 Tanner Swanson
6. 7a Dalton Armstrong
7. 3 Darren Hagen
8. 24 Tracy Hines
9. 71 Chris Bell
10. 5 Cole Carter
11. 55 Taylor Ferns
12. 67K Riley Emmel
13. 47 Randy Cabral
14. 20 David Byrne
Did Not Start: 6 Aaron Pierce
10:54
Bobby Santos III in victory lane after taking home the Win. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:54
Santos…” I hate to see yellows but I knew my car was good.” 
10:52
Bobby Santos III in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:52
Top three. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:50
CHECKERED: Bobby Santos III WINS the USAC Midgets Feature. 
10:50
WHITE FLAG: One to go for Santos III as O’Gara is loosing ground. 
10:50
LAP 28: Two to go for Santos III who pulls away again. 
10:49
GREEN Flag is back out. 
10:49
One to go this time by. 
10:48
27 Laps Completed – 3 Laps To Go (Top 5):
1. Santos III
2. O’Gara
3. C. Armstrong
4. Santos III
5. Hagen 
10:47
CAUTION: Bell spins in turn two. 
10:47
LAP 27: O’Gara and C. Armstrong still battling for second with O’Gara starting to pull away. 
10:46
Byrne wasn’t happy when he got out of the car. 
10:46
LAP 26: Santos III with a full straightaway lead over the rest of the field. 
10:46
LAP 25: Five laps to go for Santos III who continues to show the way here in the Final USAC Midgets appearance of the World Series. 
10:45
LAP 23: Santos III begins to work past the back of the lead lap cars putting a few a lap down. 
10:45
LAP 21: Byrne pulls down onto pit road. 
10:44
LAP 20: 10 laps to go for Santos III. 
10:44
LAP 19: Santos III is in the lead by over two seconds. 
10:44
LAP 17: Steele and Hagen battle for fourth. 
10:44
LAP 15: Halfway Home as Santos III continues to set the pace with O’Gara in second with C. Armstrong in third. 
10:43
LAP 13: Santos II with a comfortable lead still. 
10:41
LAP 10: Steele shuffled back to fourth as C. Armstrong now on the podium. 
10:41
LAP 8: O’Gara gets underneath Steele for second. 
10:41
LAP 7: Santos III TAKES THE LEAD coming out of turn four. 
10:40
LAP 6: C. Armstrong and Hagen battle for fourth with Armstrong taking the spot. 
10:40
LAP 4: Steele and Santos III try to pull away but O’Gara will have none of that and makes it a three-car battle for the lead. 
10:39
LAP 2: O’Gara solidly in third. 
10:39
LAP 1: Steele leads teammate Santos III and the two #17’s pull away early. 
10:39
GREEN Flag is out and here we go for 30 Laps of USAC Midgets Feature Racing. 
10:38
One to go signal being given. 
10:36
USAC Midgets Feature Starting Line-Up (30 Laps)
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 17B Dave Steele – 17 Bobby Santos III
Row 2: 27 Kyle O’Gara – 7A Dalton Armstrong
Row 3: 7C Caleb Armstrong – 3 Darren Hagen
Row 4: 24 Tracy Hines – 55 Taylor Ferns
Row 5: 5 Cole Carter – 71 Chris Bell
Row 6: 67 Tanner Swanson – 20 David Byrne
Row 7: 67K Riley Emmel – 47 Randy Cabral
10:33
Comment From Gmoney 

Good job sergi. 

10:33
Comment From Marvin from Maine 

congrats to Larry Gelinas for a top 5 finish 

10:33
USAC midgets being pushed off 
10:32
Pro Late models have cleared tech. 
10:31
Super Late Model Feature Results Unofficial – Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 71 Kyle Benjamin
2. 66 Stephen Wallace
3. 74 Ryan Moore
4. 37 Larry Gelinas
5. 20 Anthony Sergi
6. 51 Stephen Nasse
7. 11 David Rogers
8. 129 Spencer Davis
9. 36 Devin McLeod
10. 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
11. 3 Gary Terry
12.25 Brandon Lynn
13. 18 Bill Catania
14. 03 Paige Decker
15. 17 Gary Passer
16. 12 Derek ZGriffith
17. 110 Michael Seay
18. 112 Steve Weaver Jr
19. 52 Matthew Stickman
20. 13 Frank Alberson
21. 68 Russell Shaw
22. 67 Denver Foran
10:30
Stephen Wallace was talking to his crew after the race. Still chasing the setup. 
10:30
Kyle Benjamin and crew in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:28
Ryan Moore figured out an engine problem. Got the car going in the right direction. They will figure it out. 
10:26
Kyle Benjamin salutes the crowd after his first Speedweeks Win. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:25
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10:24
Kyle Benjamin gets the win. Wallace is second with Moore in third. Gelinas is fourth and Sergi rounds out the top five. We will have a full rundown shortly.
10:24
White flag is out for Benjamin. Wallace second and Moore in third. 
10:23
Two laps to go for Kyle Benjamin. 
10:23
Lap 32: Benjamin pulls away. Wallace is able to get away from Moore for second. 
10:23
Lap 30: Benjamin gets a run off of two and gets the lead. Moore on the inside of Wallace for second. 
10:22
Green flag is out! 
10:22
Benjamin will re-start on the outside with Wallace on the inside. 
10:21
The field will get one to go. 
10:20
The reason why Foran’s night is over. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:19
Six laps to go. 
10:19
29 laps completed
1. Benjamin
2. Wallace
3. Moore
4. Gelinas
5. Davis
6. Sergi
7. Rogers
8. Nasse
9. McLeod
10. Kwasniewski 
10:19
Denver Foran comes to rest on pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:18
CAUTION: Lap 29 Denver Foran loses a tire going down the backstretch. 
10:17
Lap 27: Leaders working their way around lap traffic. Wallace leads Benjamin. Benjamin goes to the inside of Wallace out of two. Goes to the high side in three. Benjamin takes the lead. 
10:16
Lap 26: Benjamin tries to make a move but lap traffic slows his move. 
10:16
Lap 25: Wallace is being challenged by Benjamin for the lead. 
10:16
Lap 23: Benjamin is chasing down Wallace. 
10:15
Lap 22: Benjamin completes the move and sets his sights on Wallace. 
10:15
Lap 21: Benjamin gets his nose on the inside of Moore going into three. They are side by side. 
10:15
Lap 20: Moore has a run on the outside and holds the position. 
10:14
Lap 19: Benjamin goes on the inside of Moore coming off of turn four. 
10:14
Lap 18: Benjamin catches up to the rear bumper of Moore. 
10:14
TECH: All Pro Late Models have cleared tech. 
10:14
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10:14
Lap 16: Spencer Davis is up to fifth. 
10:13
Lap 15: Benjamin gets by Gelinas for third. He is looking chase down Moore. 
10:13
Lap 14: Wallace, Moore, Gelinas, Benjamin, Davis, Sergi, Nasse, Rogers, Catania, Kwasniewski 
10:12
Lap 12: Ryan Moore gets by Gelinas and takes over second. 
10:12
Lap 11: Wallace gets a run off of two and takes the lead off of four. Kyle Benjamin is up to fifth. 
10:11
Lap 9: Wallace back on the inside of Gelinas for the lead. 
10:11
Lap 8: Wallace backs off as they go by the lap car of Alberson. 
10:11
Lap 6: Gelinas leads. Wallace gets second and goes on the inside on Gelinas for the lead. 
10:10
Lap 4: Gelinas still leads with Sergi in second. Wallace on the outside of Sergi for second. 
10:09
Lap 3: Tight battle for the lead as Stephen Wallace sticks his nose in there 
10:09
LAP 1: Larry Gelinas gets the early lead over Sergi. They are still side by side. 
10:08
Green flag is out
10:08
Lights are out on the pace truck. We are about to go green. 
10:06
Comment From Amanda C 

Lets go Anthony Sergi you can do it tonight 

10:06
Comment From Moore Family 

Good Luck Ry! 

10:05
Comment From kitty 

~Good Luck To My Son Devin McLeod #36 ~ 

10:05
Super Late Model field is rolling. 
10:04
Comment From South Carolina 

Come on Kyle Benjamin…bring that #71 to the front!! 

10:03
The damage to Cody Coughlin’s Pro Late Model after his late race tangle. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:00
Its been a busy day for Dylan Kwasniewski who will start Fourth. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:59
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9:58
Anthony Sergi will lead the field off of pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:57
Stephen Wallace will go P3. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:56
Bill Catania will start on the front row. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:56
Comment From Larry Blount 21 

Way to go Brandon! 

9:56
Comment From vickie summers 

WAY TO GO BRANDON!!!!!!! 

9:56
The Super Late Model 35-lap feature is up next.
Super Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps) Inversion = 10
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 37 Larry Gelinas – 18 Bill Catania
Row 2: 66 Stephen Wallace – 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
Row 3: 74 Ryan Moore – 129 Spencer Davis
Row 4: 11 David Rogers – 36 Devin McLeod
Row 5: 51 Stephen Nasse – 71 Kyle Benjamin
Row 6: 20 Anthony Sergi – 25 Brandon Lynn
Row 7: 3 Gary Terry – 03 Paige Decker
Row 8: 12 Derrick Griffith – 67 Denver Foran
Row 9: 17 Gary Passer – 110 Michael Seay
Row 10: 13 Frank Alberson – 18 Bruce Gowland
Row 11: 26 Jessica Murphy – 68 Russell Shaw
9:55
Brandon Johnson takes over the points lead with the triumph. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:55
Pro Late Model Feature Unofficial Results presented Racecar Engineering
1. Brandon Johnson
2. Frederick Moore
3. Alex Guennette
4. Spencer Davis
5. Larry Gelinas
6. Alex Labbe
7. Cory Deuser
8. Wayne Smith
9. Jarrett Fryar
10. Brennon Willard
11. David Weaver
12. Kody Evans
13. Danny Church Jr.
14. Nathan Russell
15. Hunter Blaze
16. Josh Collins
17. Steve Laking
18. Jaxson Jacobs
19. Marc Jacobs
20. Cody Coughlin
21. Joseph Mucciacciaro
22. Lee Weldy
23. Brad May
24. Dan Leeck
25. Denver Foran
26. Noel Dowler Jr. 
9:53
Johnson talks to P.A Announcer Mark Keeler in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:52
Brandon Johnson prepares to climb out of the car. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:51
Looks like Mooch will be credited with 20th and Coughlin 21st. 
9:51
Johnson will easily win. Back in turn two. Coughlin and Mucciacciaro get together. Both spin. 
9:50
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9:49
White flag is out for Johnson. 
9:49
Popsicle sticks are in the air for Johnson. 
9:49
Three laps to go for Johnson. 
9:49
LAP 31: Johnson has a 2.160 second lead over Moore. Guennette is on Moore’s bumper. 
9:48
Five laps to go for Brandon Johnson. 
9:48
LAP 29: Battle for seventh as Coughlin tries to get by Deuser for seventh. Deuser holds. 
9:47
Brad May pulls off and he is done for the night. 
9:47
LAP 26: Johnson, Moore, Guennette, Davis, Labbe 
9:47
LAP 25: Johnson has a 1.070 lead over Moore. Guennette in third. 
9:46
LAP 24: Johnson gets a big lead while Moore goes to second. 
9:46
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Points Standings after Night #3:Super Late Models
1. 11 David Rogers – 188
2. 74 Ryan Moore – 186
3. 2 Joey Coulter – 185
4. 129 Spencer Davis – 184
5. 66 Stephen Wallace – 177

Pro Late Models
1. 1 Cody Coughlin – 194
2. 41 Brandon Johnson – 192
3. 11 Brad May – 181
4. 129 Spencer Davis – 180
5. 39 Alex Guenette – 177

Florida/IMCA Modifieds
1. 86/88 John Sarppraicone Jr. – 195
1. 15 Tank Tucker – 195
3. 22 Josh Todd – 189
4. 8 D.J. Hoelzle – 178
5. 57 Timothy Moore – 177

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

9:46
Comment From kevin 

where are the point standing being posted at? 

9:46
Green is out. 
9:46
Smoke is still coming from May’s car. 
9:46
12 laps to go. 
9:45
Field is doubling up from this quickie yellow. 
9:45
CAUTION: Something happened to Russell where he got into Collins. Collins spin in one. 
9:45
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9:44
Green is back out. 
9:44
Brad May gets ready to head back out. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:44
It looks like Brad May will re-join the field at the rear. 
9:44
12 laps to go.
1. Johnson
2. Guennette
3. Smith
4. Moore
5. Coughlin
6. Davis
7. Mucciacciaro
8. Labbe
9. Fryar
10. Gelinas 
9:43
Hood now coming off the leaders car. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:42
23 laps completed. Officials have said that May is leaking and his crew lift the hood to look for the leak. Brandon Johnson will inherit the lead. 
9:42
The hood comes up on Dan Leeck’s #12. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:41
Officials are looking over May’s car. 
9:41
May comes on pit road to the attention of his crew. When he would come off the corners, there was a billow of smoke coming out of the rear of his car. 
9:41
CAUTION: Josh Collins goes for a spin in turn two. 
9:40
LAP 22: May has smoke coming out of his car. 
9:40
Denver Foran comes down pit road. 
9:40
LAP 20: May leads with Johnson a car length back. Guennette is 1.5 seconds behind. 
9:39
LAP 19: Mucciacciaro continues to move to the front. He is up to 8th. 
9:39
LAP 17: Coughlin goes on the inside of Davis to battle for sixth. 
9:38
Lap 16: May continues to lead with Johnson in second. Guennette moves to third with Smith in fourth. 
9:38
LAP 14: May secures the lead as Johnson falls in behind him. 
9:37
LAP 13: May gets a run off of turn two but Johnson is still on the inside as they cross the stripe. 
9:37
Green is back out. 
9:36
Field gets the one to go signal. 
9:36
Officials do not find anything leaking from Guennette’s car. He will re-join the field and will get his spot back. 
9:34
Guennette comes down pit road as officals are looking under his car to see if he is leaking fluid. 
9:33
12 Laps completed.
1. May
2. Johnson
3. Smith
4. Guennette
5. Moore
6. Davis
7. Coughlin
8. Labbe
9. Deuser
10. Mucciacciaro 
9:32
Mucciacciaro started 22nd and now up to 10th. 
9:32
CAUTION: Lap 13, Hunter Blaze goes for a spin in turn two. He re-fires and joins the field. 
9:31
LAP 10: May and Johnson pull away from Smith. About 1.2 seconds separate second and third. 
9:30
LAP 8: Johnson gets within a car length of May for the lead. 
9:30
LAP 7: Johnson gets second and has a car length over Smith. 
9:29
LAP 6: May gets a good run and takes the lead. Johnson and Wayne Smith battle for second. 
9:29
Johnson on the inside with May on the outside. 
9:29
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

9:29
Field gets one to go, 30 laps to go. 
9:28
Russell comes down pit road to get service from his crew. He takes off and re-joins the field. 
9:28
Damage to Dowler Jr’s machine. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:28
Dowler has pulled his car into the pits and it appears that he is done for the night. 
9:27
Five laps complete.
1. May
2. Guennette
3. Johnson
4. Smith
5. Davis
6. Moore
7. Coughlin
8. Labbe
9. Deuser
10. Weaver 
9:26
CAUTION: Noel Dowler and Nathan Russell get together in turn three. Both go into the wall. Dowler has heavy rear end damage. Russell has a little rear end damage but rejoins the field. 
9:24
LAP 2.: May continues to lead with Guennette in second and Johnson in third. 
9:24
The light fixture outside of turn for as the field goes by. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:24
LAP 1: Brad May has the preferred line on the high side and will take the lead. Kyle Geunette goes to second. 
9:23
Green flag is out!!! 
9:23
We are about to come to green. 
9:22
One of the portable light fixtures being used this evening. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:21
Field continues to go around and warm up their tires. 
9:20
Its been a few hours since the Pro Late Models have been on the race track. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:20
One driver that will be fun to watch tonight is Joe Mucciacciaro who is starting in row 11. He won the Pro Late Model feature on Saturday night. 
9:19
The field is starting to roll out of pit road. Drivers are already working on scrubbing heat into the tires. 
9:19
Noel Dowler Jr., arrived from Daytona to race in the Pro Late Models Feature tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:18
Great to see a solid field of 27 cars for tonight’s Pro Late Model feature. 
9:17
Field is slowly starting to roll out for the Pro Late Model feature. 
9:17
Brandon Johnson is still looking for his first Speedweeks Win. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:16
Comment From Rich 

Lets go Cody!! 

9:15
Finish for the second USAC Midget scramble.1. Bobby Santos
2. Dalton Armstrong
3. Darren Hagen
4. Taylor Ferns
5. Chris Bell
6. David Byrne
7. Randy Cabral
9:15
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9:14
Speedweeks Points Leader, Cody Coughlin will start third. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:14
Comment From Scot Durocher 

Good luck to the TM Ranch team of David Rogers and Brad May 

9:14
The last time these cars were on track was around 2:30pm today. They did not qualify tonight. 
9:13
Late Nights Feature Winner, Brad May starts P2. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:12
Pro Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps) Inversion = 2
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 41 Brandon Johnson – 11 Brad May
Row 2: 1 Cody Coughlin – 39 Alex Guenette
Row 3: 129 Spencer Davis – 44 Wayne Smith
Row 4: 30 Frederick Moore – 36 Alex Labbe
Row 5: 35 Noel Dowler Jr. – 14 Corey Deuser
Row 6: 47 Jarrett Fryar – 75 Nathan Russell
Row 7: 39 Danny Church Jr. – 11W David Weaver
Row 8: 8 Marc Jacobs – 13 Hunter Baize
Row 9: 14 Jaxson Jacobs – 37 Larry Gelinas
Row 10: 3 Brennon Willard – 12 Dan Leeck
Row 11: 45 Joey Mucciacciaro – 54 Denver Foran
Row 12: 61 Gord Vipond – 98 Lee Weldy
Row 13: 38 Kirk Hooker – 4G Kody Evans
9:12
The Pro Late Models 35-lap feature is about to roll out. 
9:10
CHECKERED: Bobby Santos III WINS the second USAC Midgets Heat Race. 
9:10
WHITE FLAG: Top three running together. 
9:10
LAP 10: Hagen is third and is reeling in the leaders. 
9:09
Lap 9: Santos III and D. Armstrong pull away to battle for the lead. 
9:09
LAP 7: Ferns and Hagen are now in a battle for third. 
9:09
LAP 6: Halfway home, Santos III. D. Armstrong and Ferns are the top three. 
9:08
LAP 5: Santos III TAKES THE LEAD and pulls away. 
9:08
LAP 4: Santos III is now on the back nerf bar of D. Armstrong. 
9:08
LAP 3: Santos III is in second and is looking for a way around D. Armstrong. 
9:07
LAP 1: D. Armstrong leads the first lap with the remainder of the field right behind him. 
9:07
GREEN Flag is out and Heat Race #2 is under way. 
9:06
One to go. 
9:05
The field is now bunched up two by two as they continue to circle the 1/2 mile. 
9:03
USAC Midgets Heat 2 is being pushed off and the teams will turn some warm-up laps. 
9:01
USAC Midgets Heat 2 Starting Line-up (12 Laps)
Row 1: 20 David Byrne – 55 Taylor Ferns
Row 2: 71 Chris Bell – 7A Dalton Armstrong
Row 3: 3 Darren Hagen – 17 Bobby Santos III
Row 4: 47 Randy Cabral
9:01
CHECKERED: Dave Steele scores the Win and the Pole Position in tonight’s 30-Lap Feature. 
9:01
Last night these cars had average lap speeds of 107mph
9:01
WHITE FLAG: Steele leads over O’Gara and C. Armstrong. 
9:00
LAP 10: Steele still leads with two laps to go. 
9:00
The results of this race determine the inside lane of tonight’s 30-Lap Feature. 
9:00
LAP 8: Steele maintains about a half a second lead over O’Gara and C. Armstrong. 
8:59
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8:59
LAP 6: Steele leads with O’Gara and C. Armstrong battling for second. 
8:59
LAP 4: Carter and C. Armstrong battle for third with Armstrong now in the final podium position. 
8:58
LAP 2: Steele TAKES THE LEAD going down the backstretch. 
8:58
LAP 1: O’Gara leads lap one with Steele trailing. 
8:57
GREEN is back out. 
8:57
CAUTION: USAC Officials have called for the caution as it has been deemed a False Start. 
8:56
GREEN Flag is out and after a 1 Hour and 26 Minute delay, we’re Racing! 
8:56
One to go this time by. 
8:55
USAC Midgets Heat 1 Starting Line-Up (12 Laps)
Row 1: 27 Kyle O’Gara – 5 Cole Carter
Row 2: 17B Dave Steele – 24 Tracy Hines
Row 3: 67 Tanner Swanson – 7C Caleb Armstrong
Row 4: 67K Riley Emmel
8:54
All cars that are starting Heat 1 have been pushed off and are turning some warm up laps. It’s been over 2 1/2 hours since these teams have been on the race track and in addition to the cool weather here this evening, the teams are getting some extra warm up laps to bring everything up to temperature. 
8:52
Aaron Pierce has scratched for the remainder of the evening due to mechanical gremlins that have kept creeping up on the former ARCA/CRA Super Series competitor’s machine. 
8:50
Cars are being pushed off and we’re about to start racing here at New Smyrna Speedway. 
8:50
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8:47
USAC Midgets Heat Race #1 is about to be pushed off onto the track.  
8:46
USAC Midgets Heat 1 Starting Line-Up (12 Laps)
Row 1: 27 Kyle O’Gara – 5 Cole Carter
Row 2: 17B Dave Steele – 24 Tracy Hines
Row 3: 67 Tanner Swanson – 7C Caleb Armstrong
Row 4: 67K Riley Emmel – 6 Aaron PierceUSAC Midgets Heat 2 Starting Line-up (12 Laps)
Row 1: 20 David Byrne – 55 Taylor Ferns
Row 2: 71 Chris Bell – 7A Dalton Armstrong
Row 3: 3 Darren Hagen – 17 Bobby Santos III
Row 4: 47 Randy Cabral
8:41
Track and USAC Officials have called for the USAC Midgets drivers to get to their cars immediately. 
8:40
The Intermission scheduled for between the Super Late Models and USAC Midgets Features has been scrapped. We are about 5 or so minutes away from getting our racing events started beginning with the 2 USAC Midgets 12-Lap Heat Races. 
8:36
Most of the lights have come back on here at the speedway. Track Crews are now adjusting the portable lights, so we should be racing soon. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:33
A view from the Infield. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:32
Lights are slowly coming back on around the speedway and we’re hoping to get racing started here soon. 
8:28
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

8:27
The Speed51.com Staff here in Florida during Speedweeks is split up tonight as some of the crew is here at New Smyrna while more staff members are also working at near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
8:26
Remainder of the Order of Events for Monday, February 18thRacing Starts (As soon as the lights are fully operational)
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

8:23
Turn 1. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:22
Turn 4. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:21
From the top of the tower. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:20
We’re now under total darkness here in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:18
Track Officials have informed Speed51.com that we are about 15-20 minutes away from the start of racing here this evening. The entire lighting system has to be reset. So they will be completely shut down and it takes a bit of time for those lights to come back on fully. 
8:17
Mooresville, North Carolina’s Circle Track Warehouse’s inventory changes daily with new and used oval track racing parts from short track to NASCAR. If CTW doesn’t have it in stock, they’ll help find the part you’re looking for. CTW also now stocks all top brands of New Catalog order parts. They also pride themselves on buying, selling and trading to help keep racing affordable. Contact CTW today by calling 704-662-9570 or by visiting www.circletrackwarehouse.com
8:14
Track Crews are still working on correcting the lighting issues as more portable lights are being placed in the darker areas of the speedway. 
8:05
McGunegill Engine Performance has been a leader in developing high performance, cost effective race engine solutions. The family run business, now owned and operated by DeWaine McGunegill, has led the development of the highly successful Sealed Engine program for Super Late Models in the last nine years. Their innovative Sealed Engine package has drastically cut the cost of purchasing a competitive Super Late Model engine. McGunegill Engine Performance has also been a top builder and rebuilder of crate engines competing in Pro Late Model divisions including the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance for several years. For more on MEP, visit www.mcgunegillengines.com
8:05
Temporary lights are bring placed on pit road to shine out into the dark spots on the track. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:05
We still have a bank of lights that are out behind the stands in the frontstretch down by turn four. It is appearing that they are trying to put up temporary lights. 
8:01
Just a reminder, Speed51.com’s LIVE Radio Broadcasts from the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing here at New Smyrna Speedway will begin on Wednesday, February 20th and go through the rest of the World Series here in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.Join a wide range of voices who will all have a hand in the call of the last four nights of racing (February 20-23rd) here at the fast 1/2 (0.500) mile high-banked paved oval.
8:01
Comment From Mark 

Thanks for the coverage! Switching between your coverage and catching your boss on Speed. Go Nathan Russell! 

7:58
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7:58
7:57
Its still a bit dark coming out of turn four coming down the front stretch. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:56
The USAC Midgets scrambles will be up first. 
7:56
For those just joining us, we are under a delay as the track had a bank of lights go out in turns three and four. The lights have come back on and hopefully we should be able to go shortly. Thank you for joining us tonight.
7:53
The lights are illuminated in turns three and four. Fingers are crossed they will stay on. There is one set of lights in the backstretch that is not on. 
7:52
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
7:51
Most of the lights are now on with just a couple coming out of turn four and halfway down the front stretch still not fired up yet. 
7:47
(Crossing Fingers) 
7:47
It looks like the lights are coming on again in turns three and four. Let’s see if they will stay on now. 
7:45
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7:45
For those just joining us, thank you for following us tonight. We are under a delay as the lights are out in turns three and four. There is an electrician on site trying to fix the issue. 
7:43
The USAC Midget drivers have come across to sign autographs during the delay. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:43
It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash! The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands. For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visit www.kalamazoospeedway.com
7:42
Comment From Old Man Richard 

You folks are wareing us out today == going back in forth == But It’s well worth it == As always you folks have it all covered == There’s nothing better == What a week == You are helping my Racing Addiction == Thanks to everyone that something to do === with putting on this show == For us here at home == Everyone have a safe race == What a deal == Thanks Nascar == Conyers, Ga. 

7:41
Comment From JP from Maine 

lets go larry #37!!! 

7:41
It’s a little dark in turns three and four. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:39
Comment From Nina 

Good luck Mooch, you got this!! 

7:38
The lights just went out again in turns three and four.
7:38
Comment From Amanda Chaves 

lets go #20 sergi you got this tonight 

7:37
The lights are getting brighter in turns three and four. Looks like we are about to get underway in a little bit with the USAC Midget scrambles.
7:36
Comment From Kris from ME 

Gelinas on the pole!!! You are making your Beech Ridge Speedway followers proud!!! 

7:35
It appears that some of the lights are coming on in four. They do have an electrician on site and we are hoping to go racing shortly. 
7:35
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.
7:35
7:33
The Speed51.com Staff here in Florida during Speedweeks is split up tonight as some of the crew is here at New Smyrna while more staff members are also working at near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
7:32
Just a reminder, Speed51.com’s LIVE Radio Broadcasts from the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing here at New Smyrna Speedway will begin on Wednesday, February 20th and go through the rest of the World Series here in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.Join a wide range of voices who will have a hand in the call of the last four nights of racing (February 20-23rd) here at the fast 1/2 (0.500) mile high-banked paved oval.
7:30
USAC Midgets Heat 1 Starting Line-Up (12 Laps)
Row 1: 27 Kyle O’Gara – 5 Cole Carter
Row 2: 17B Dave Steele – 24 Tracy Hines
Row 3: 67 Tanner Swanson – 7C Caleb Armstrong
Row 4: 67K Riley Emmel – 6 Aaron PierceUSAC Midgets Heat 2 Starting Line-up (12 Laps)
Row 1: 20 David Byrne – 55 Taylor Ferns
Row 2: 71 Chris Bell – 7A Dalton Armstrong
Row 3: 3 Darren Hagen – 17 Bobby Santos III
Row 4: 47 Randy Cabral
7:29
Throughout this year’s World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, be sure to tweet with the hashtag #SmyrnaWS for your Twitter posts to appear on the Five Star Race Car Bodies Twitter Box beside the Trackside Now coverage on Speed51.com. Check out Five Star’s line of the industry’s toughest bodies, plus their new “Ultraglass” line, visit www.fivestarbodies.com
7:27
Pre-Race Ceremonies are complete and (as soon as the lights in turns three and four come on) it’ll be time to go racing here at New Smyrna Speedway with Night #4 of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. 
7:23
Pre-Race Ceremonies will commence as Track Crews continue to work on the lights as the Invocation has started and National Anthem(s) (Both Canadian and American) will start soon afterwards. 
7:19
Pre-Race Ceremonies are scheduled to get under way here in just a couple of minutes, however the lights in turns three and four have still not come on. 
7:18
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7:18
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7:16
Speed51.com and its Smyrna Speedweeks coverage is powered by JEGS, the leading high performance auto parts store. JEGS has the best discounts on Accel, K&N, Holley, MSD and Moroso and more. No matter what type of car, from your street rod to your Late Model, JEGS.com has a full line of products ready for you.www.JEGS.com.
7:13
The lights have still not come on in turns three and four as Track Officials continue to work on rectifying the situation. (Speed51.com Photo)
7:11
Remainder of the Order of Events for Monday, February 18th7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)
7:30pm – Racing Starts
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

7:11
A reminder, the Speed51.com Staff here in Florida is split up tonight as some of the crew is here at New Smyrna while more staff members are also working at near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
7:08
Speed51.com and its Smyrna Speedweeks coverage is powered by JEGS, the leading high performance auto parts store. JEGS has the best discounts on Accel, K&N, Holley, MSD and Moroso and more. No matter what type of car, from your street rod to your Late Model, JEGS.com has a full line of products ready for you.www.JEGS.com.
7:06
Comment From Amy From Maine 

Our guy from Maine is on the pole tonight. Let’s go LARRY! 

7:06
Yes there is 
7:06
Comment From Guest 

so theres racing at both tracks tonight? 

7:05
We are having some technical problems both on the track and in the tower, Lights have gone out in turns 3 and 4 and internet doesn’t seem to want to agree with us very well tonight. We are all working very hard to get these troubles fixed 
6:58
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6:58
6:56
Comment From Christy 

Good luck Dan Leeck, all the way from northern MI. Go get em! 

6:52
Larson wins the first Daytona heat (Speed51.com Photo)
6:52
DAYTONA: Kyle Larson continued his brilliant Speedweeks, capturing the first of two qualifying heats this afternoon for the 150 lap Whelen All American Series feature coming up in a half hour. Ben Rhodes won the second heat and by virtue of a coin toss will start on the pole with Larson on his outside. In addition to this World Series coverage you are enjoying on Speed51, hop on over to NASCARHomeTracks.com and join the other half of our crew on NASCAR Home Tracks Race Central Live powered by Speed51.com as we also bring you the action from Daytona.
6:46
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6:38
BREAKING NEWS EXCLUSIVELY to Speed51.com:JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance Heading to Lebanon I-44 Speedway for the richest paying event in series history.

The Salem, Indiana based series and Lebanon I-44 Speedway located in Lebanon, Missouri will jointly announce that Missouri’s only asphalt oval will be playing host to the marquee event for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Presented by Chevrolet Performance for the 2013 racing season on Saturday, May 18.

The touring series visits the NASCAR-sanctioned facility for an astonishing, minimum $8,000 to win, $600 to start in the Mercy “Masters of the Pros” 144 late model showcase. Besides taking home the record top prize, the winner will don a signature green jacket, similar to the one that is known for adorning the champion of golf’s Masters event.

More Details will be available later this evening on both Speed51.com as well as on CRA’s website at: www.cra-racing.com and Lebanon I-44 Speedway’s Website located at: www.i44speedway.net

6:33
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.
6:32
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps) Inversion = 7
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 26 Bill Burba – 12 Dennis Uhlman
Row 2: 9 Kurt Jett – 22 Josh Todd
Row 3: 13 Kevyn Terry – 15 Tank Tucker
Row 4: 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. – 91 Dean Slappy
Row 5: 57 Timothy Moore – 66 Jerry Symons
Row 6: 9 Matt Bowaski – 86 Maverick MacDonald
Row 7: 96 Matt Wheeler – 5 Lee Weldy
6:29
Pro Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps) Inversion = 2
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 41 Brandon Johnson – 11 Brad May
Row 2: 1 Cody Coughlin – 39 Alex Guenette
Row 3: 129 Spencer Davis – 44 Wayne Smith
Row 4: 30 Frederick Moore – 36 Alex Labbe
Row 5: 35 Noel Dowler Jr. – 14 Corey Deuser
Row 6: 47 Jarrett Fryar – 75 Nathan Russell
Row 7: 39 Danny Church Jr. – 11W David Weaver
Row 8: 8 Marc Jacobs – 13 Hunter Baize
Row 9: 14 Jaxson Jacobs – 37 Larry Gelinas
Row 10: 3 Brennon Willard – 12 Dan Leeck
Row 11: 45 Joey Mucciacciaro – 54 Denver Foran
Row 12: 61 Gord Vipond – 98 Lee Weldy
Row 13: 38 Kirk Hooker – 4G Kody Evans
6:28
TECH: Devin McLeod will be going to the rear for not being approved to take extra practice laps from Ricky Brooks. Also, Kody Evans will be going to the rear for the Pro Late Model feature for taking extra practice laps. 
6:24
Super Late Models Feature Starting Line-Up (35 Laps) Inversion = 10
Presented by Racecar EngineeringRow 1: 37 Larry Gelinas – 18 Bill Catania
Row 2: 66 Stephen Wallace – 03 Dylan Kwasniewski
Row 3: 74 Ryan Moore – 129 Spencer Davis
Row 4: 11 David Rogers – 36 Devin McLeod
Row 5: 51 Stephen Nasse – 71 Kyle Benjamin
Row 6: 20 Anthony Sergi – 25 Brandon Lynn
Row 7: 3 Gary Terry – 03 Paige Decker
Row 8: 12 Derrick Griffith – 67 Denver Foran
Row 9: 17 Gary Passer – 110 Michael Seay
Row 10: 13 Frank Alberson – 18 Bruce Gowland
Row 11: 26 Jessica Murphy – 68 Russell Shaw
6:20
The Super Late Models Inversion was a “10” putting Larry Gelinas and Bill Catania on the front row of their 35-Lap Feature later tonight. 
6:19
USAC Midgets Qualifying Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 7C Caleb Armstrong 16.783
2. 17 Bobby Santos III 16.809
3. 67 Tanner Swanson 16.824
4. 3 Darren Hagen 16.974
5. 24 Tracy Hines 16.975
6. 7A Dalton Armstrong 16.995
7. 17B Dave Steele 17.059
8. 71 Chris Bell 17.310
9. 5 Cole Carter 17.345
10. 55 Taylor Ferns 17.387
11. 27 Kyle O’Gara 17.432
12. 20 David Byrne 17.739
13. 67K Riley Emmel 17.844
14. 47 Randy Cabral 18.234
15. 6 Aaron Pierce NO TIME
6:16
USAC Midgets Qualifying is now complete as Caleb Armstrong sets Fast Time with a 16.783. Those results are coming in a few minutes. 
6:15
USAC Midgets
3 Darren Hagen
17.427
16.974 (4th Fastest)  
6:15
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6:14
USAC Midgets
55 Taylor Ferns
17.584
17.387 
6:14
Hagen is strapped in (Speed51.com Photo)
6:13
USAC Midgets
71 Chris Bell
17.702
17.310 
6:13
Christopher Bell (Speed51.com Photo)
6:12
USAC Midgets
7C Caleb Armstrong
16.964
16.783 (FAST TIME)  
6:11
Caleb Armstrong is set to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:11
USAC Midgets
17B Dave Steele
17.205
17.059 (5th Quick) 
6:10
USAC Midgets
47 Randy Cabral
18.592
18.234 
6:10
Dave Steele is in the car that Kyle Larson won with last night. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:09
Randy Cabral (Speed51.com Photo)
6:09
USAC Midgets
67K Riley Emmel
18.710
17.844 
6:08
Riley Emmel. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:08
USAC Midgets
27 Kyle O’Gara
17.894
17.432
6:07
USAC Midgets
24 Tracy Hines
17.278
16.975 (3rd Quick)
6:07
Kyle O’Gara. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:06
USAC Midgets
17 Bobby Santos III
17.227
16.809 (FAST TIME)
6:06
Tracy Hines. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:05
USAC Midgets
67 Tanner Swanson
17.242
16.824 (FAST TIME) 
6:05
Bobby Santos III. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:04
Tanner Swanson is ready. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:04
USAC Midgets
5 Cole Carter
17.577
17.345 (2nd Quick) 
6:03
Cole Carter. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:03
USAC Midgets
20 David Byrne
18.126
17.739 
6:03
David Byrne. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:02
Dalton Armstrong. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:02
USAC Midgets
7A Dalton Armstrong
17.351
16.995
6:01
USAC Midgets Qualifying is up next and here we go. 
6:00
Super Late Models Qualifying Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 71 Kyle Benjamin 17.402
2. 51 Stephen Nasse 17.444
3. 36 Devin McLeod 17.585
4. 11 David Rogers 17.654
5. 129 Spencer Davis 17.677
6. 74 Ryan Moore 17.697
7. 03 Dylan Kwasniewski 17.738
8. 66 Stephen Wallace 17.742
9. 18 Bill Catania 17.777
10. 37 Larry Gelinas 17.789
11. 20 Anthony Sergi 17.889
12. 25 Brandon Lynn 17.947
13. 3 Gary Terry 17.968
14. 03 Paige Decker 18.145
15. 12 Derek Griffith 18.227
16. 67 Denver Foran 18.329
17. 17 Gary Passer 18.423
18. 110 Michael Seay 19.762
19. 13 Frank Alberson 19.792
5:58
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5:54
Kyle Benjamin Wins his third Fast Qualifier Award out of the four nights ran so far as he turned a 17.402. 
5:54
18 Bruce Gowland and 68 Russell Shaw were unable to answer the call for Qualifying. 
5:54
Super Late Models
66 Stephen Wallace – Mooresville, NC
18.054
17.742 
5:53
Stephen Wallace is the last car to qualify. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:53
Super Late Models
37 Larry Gelinas – Buxton, ME
17.956
17.789
5:52
Super Late Models
20 Anthony Sergi – Geneva, FL
18.233
17.889 
5:52
Larry Gelinas (Speed51.com Photo)
5:51
Super Late Models
3 Gary Terry – St. Joseph, MI
18.227
17.968 
5:51
Anthony Sergi (Speed51.com Photo)
5:50
Super Late Models
17 Gary Passer – Alcona Beach, ONT
19.072
18.423 
5:50
Gary Terry has new brakes and is ready to qualify. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:50
Super Late Models
129 Spencer Davis – Dawsonville, GA
18.052
17.677 (5th Fastest) 
5:50
Gary Passer ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:49
Super Late Models
51 Stephen Nasse – Pinellas Park, FL
17.672
17.444 (2nd Fast) 
5:49
Spencer Davis is looking for a top-five run. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:48
Super Late Models
18 Bill Catania – Winston-Salem, NC
18.090
17.777 (6th) 
5:48
Stephen Nasse is looking for two in a row.(Speed51.com Photo)
5:47
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5:47
Super Late Models
13 Frank Alberson – Lakeland, FL
20.130
19.792 
5:47
Bill Catania (Speed51.com Photo)
5:46
Super Late Models
12 Derrick Griffith – Hudson, NH
18.620
18.227 
5:46
Frank Alberson (Speed51.com Photo)
5:45
Super Late Models
36 Devin McLeod – Zephyhills, FL
17.872
17.585 (2nd Quick) 
5:45
Derek Griffith is hoping to find the speed around NSS. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:45
Super Late Models
71 Kyle Benjamin – Easley, SC
17.631
17.402 (FAST TIME) 
5:44
Devin McLeod is back tonight. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:44
Super Late Models
74 Ryan Moore – Scarborough, ME
17.915
17.697 (2nd Quick) 
5:43
We’re back to Qualifying. 
5:43
Ryan Moore is the next car to go out. 
5:40
Denver Foran comes to a stop in turn three after hitting the backstretch wall in qualifying. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:39
Ocean Properties, via phone and their recently redesigned website www.oceanprops.com, is ready to help you find your Florida Speedweeks “home away from home” if you’re still en route to the area or for your vacation plans year-round.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.
5:39
Super Late Models
67 Denver Foran – Edmonton. ALB
18.329
No Time
5:38
67 Denver Foran slams the backstretch wall and has come to rest at the bottom of the race track. 
5:38
Super Late Models
25 Brandon Lynn – Penn Yann, NY
18.193
17.947 (3rd Quick)
5:37
Larson at speed at Daytona (Speed51.com Photo)
5:36
DAYTONA: Last night’s USAC winner Kyle Larson turned in a 18.55 to lead Whelen Mod practice for the UNOH Battle At The Beach over Burt Myers and Eric Goodale. In addition to this World Series coverage you are enjoying on Speed51, hop on over to NASCARHomeTracks.com and join the other half of our crew on NASCAR Home Tracks Race Central Live powered by Speed51.com as we also bring you the action from Daytona.
5:36
Ryan Moore (Speed51.com Photo)
5:36
Denver Foran (Speed51.com Photo)
5:35
Brandon Lynn (Speed51.com Photo)
5:35
Super Late Models
11 David Rogers – Orlando, FL
17.832
17.654 (FAST TIME) 
5:34
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5:34
David Rogers has been fast every night. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:34
Super Late Models
03 Paige Decker – Eagle River, WI
18.355
18.145 
5:33
Super Late Models
110 Michael Seay – Longwood, FL
19.762
19.870 
5:33
Paige Decker getting ready for her second night of racing. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:32
Super Late Models
03 Dylan Kwasiewski – Las Vegas, NV
17.947
17.738 
5:32
Michael Seay is hoping for a good qualifying run. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:32
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5:31
Here we go, first qualifier on the track. 
5:29
Drivers are getting strapped in and we’re about ready to go. 
5:27
Comment From Ti-Gaz 

Great Job Team Speed51. 

5:27
Dylan Kwasniewski will be the first car out. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:23
Cars are lined up on pit road and we’re about to Qualify here in just over five minutes. 
5:20
Dylan Kwasniewski, the 2012 NASCAR K&N Pro West Series Champion has arrived at the track after practicing today at near-by Daytona International Speedway. The Las Vegas, Nevada driver, who has been competing in the Super Late Models division here at New Smyrna throughout the World Series so far and is seventh in points, was drawn the #1 pill by one of his crew members and will be the first qualifier despite no track time here today. 
5:19
Dylan Kwasniewski made it from Daytona to New Smyrna to qualify for tonight’s Super Late Model feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:15
We are 15 minutes away from Super Late Models Qualifying. The USAC Midgets will follow. 
5:12
Comment From Lindy 

You guys at Speed 51 rock! Love the play by play when I cannot be at the track! Keep up the great work! 

5:12
A reminder that the Pro Late Models and the Florida/IMCA Modifieds are not Qualifying again this evening as their Feature line-ups are determined by an inversion from last nights Feature results, as has been the case since opening night of the World Series.Both divisions will Qualify on their respective “Big” nights of Speedweeks which for the Pro Late Models will be on Thursday, February 21st for their World Series 100-Lap main and for the Florida/IMCA Modifieds, their finale is on Wednesday, February 20th as they will race in a 75-Lap Feature.
5:07
The tower staff returns to their respective perches. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:07
Gary Terry said he had brake problems. Has new brakes on all four sides. 
5:02
Super Late Models begin lining up for Qualifying on pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:56
A reminder, the Speed51.com Staff here in Florida is split up today as some of the crew is here at New Smyrna while more staff members are also working at near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
4:53
We just about 35 minutes or so away from Qualifying as the Super Late Models are now making their way through Pre-Qualifying Tech and once complete there, will head out onto pit road to get in line. 
4:45
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4:42
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
4:41
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
4:40
Remainder of the Order of Events for Monday, February 18th5:30pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
USAC Midgets

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)
7:30pm – Racing Starts
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

4:26
K & N cars at speed in the UNOH Battle practice (Speed51.com Photo)
4:26
DAYTONA: In the lone K & N Pro Series practice, Greg Pursley and teammate Cameron Hayley paced a field of 32 cars. Also fast were Derek Thorn, Corey LaJoie, and Ben Kennedy In addition to this World Series coverage you are enjoying on Speed51, hop on over to NASCARHomeTracks.com and join the other half of our crew on NASCAR Home Tracks Race Central Live powered by Speed51.com as we also bring you the action from Daytona.
4:15
“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/
4:05
We’re going to take a pause in the coverage from Day #4 of the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing as the next on-track activity will be at 5:30pm. The Speed51.com staff here at the track is going to take advantage of this opportunity to feed and water ourselves in preparation for the rest of the racing action here at New Smyrna Speedway. We’ll be back in just a little while. 
4:01
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4:00
3:55
While we have some downtime here at New Smyrna, the Speed51.com Staff here in Florida is split up today as some of the crew is also at near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
3:50
Fast Times in Practice for Today (Monday, February 18th):USAC Midgets Practice #1: 67 Tanner Swanson 16.627
USAC Midgets Practice #2: 17B Bobby Santos III 16.802

Super Late Models Practice #1: 66 Stephen Wallace 17.878
Super Late Models Practice #2: 51 Stephen Nasse 17.736

Pro Late Models Practice #1: 11 Brad May 18.321
Pro Late Models Practice #2: 11 Brad May 18.194

Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice #1: 66 Jerry Symons 18.795
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice #2: 15 Tank Tucker 18.742

3:50
Revised Order of Events for Monday, February 18th5:30pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
USAC Midgets

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)
7:30pm – Racing Starts
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

3:49
The USAC Midgets have decided to forgo their final Practice Session, so hot laps are now complete here at New Smyrna Speedway. 
3:47
A change in the Schedule as Qualifying will now start at 5:30pm beginning with the Super Late Models and followed by the USAC Midgets. 
3:46
The USAC Midgets have one practice session left.
3:44
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

3:43
Devin McLeod is now getting a few laps as well. 
3:42
Comment From Dave Westerman 

Joey Coulter is finished racing at New Smyrna and now running a dirt LM at Volusia. 

3:42
Kody Evans is on track to get a few practice laps. He had some issues in practice and officials are allowing him an opportunity to shake his car down before the final USAC Midget practice. 
3:41
USAC Midgets Practice #2 Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 17 Bobby Santos III 16.802
2. 24 Tracy Hines 16.869
3. 27 Kyle O’Gara 16.898
4. 7C Caleb Armstrong 16.944
5. 55 Taylor Ferns 17.019
6. 17B Dave Steele 17.042
7. 6 Aaron Pierce 17.102
8. 7A Dalton Armstrong 17.102
9. 5 Cole Carter 17.173
10. 3 Darren Hagen 17.268
11. 67 Tanner Swanson 17.340
12. 20 David Byrne 17.422
13. 67K Riley Emmel 17.441
14. 47 Randy Cabral 17.501
15. 71 Chris Bell 17.834
3:38
The second of three USAC Midgets Practice Sessions is wrapped up. Those times coming soon. The third and final session will roll out here in a just a few minutes. 
3:33
Bruce Gowland making an engine change in his Super Late Model. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:29
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

3:25
The Second of Three USAC Midgets Practice Sessions is now on the track. 
3:23
Kyle Larson (Last Night’s Feature Winner), Bryan Clauson and Kyle Hamilton are not here today of those who raced last night. 
3:22
USAC Midgets Practice #1 Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 67 Tanner Swanson 16.627
2. 7C Caleb Armstrong 16.707
3. 27 Kyle O’Gara 16.867
4. 17 Bobby Santos III 16.874
5. 3 Darren Hagen 16.875
6. 71 Chris Bell 16.945
7. 17B Dave Steele 16.967
8. 55 Taylor Ferns 17.046
9. 24 Tracy Hines 17.068
10. 7A Dalton Armstrong 17.081
11. 5 Cole Carter 17.174
12. 6 Aaron Pierce 17.217
13. 67K Riley Emmel 17.296
14. 47 Randy Cabral 17.355
15. 20 David Byrne 17.464
3:21
Dave Steele and Bobby Santos III wait to go back out for another practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:14
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3:10
We will have radio coverage for the last four nights here at New Smyrna Speedway. 
3:10
Comment From Cindy 

Will we be able to LISTEN live tonight? 

3:10
Caution is out as we have a piece of debris in turn one. 
3:08
Just like yesterday, there will be three Practice Sessions all running back to back to back within their 75-minute time frame. 
3:07
Green flag is out for the USAC Midgets. 
3:07
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Points Standings after Night #3:Super Late Models
1. 11 David Rogers – 188
2. 74 Ryan Moore – 186
3. 2 Joey Coulter – 185
4. 129 Spencer Davis – 184
5. 66 Stephen Wallace – 177

Pro Late Models
1. 1 Cody Coughlin – 194
2. 41 Brandon Johnson – 192
3. 11 Brad May – 181
4. 129 Spencer Davis – 180
5. 39 Alex Guenette – 177

Florida/IMCA Modifieds
1. 86/88 John Sarppraicone Jr. – 195
1. 15 Tank Tucker – 195
3. 22 Josh Todd – 189
4. 8 D.J. Hoelzle – 178
5. 57 Timothy Moore – 177

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

3:06
Comment From Mike Ray 

Thank you Speed51.com

3:04
The USAC Midgets are getting pushed out to the high banks of New Smyrna Speedway. 
3:03
We are not sure if he will be racing tonight. He did not practice today. 
3:03
Comment From Mike Ray 

Is Joey Coulter at New Smyrna today? 

3:00
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3:00
2:59
FLORIDA/IMCA MODIFIED PRACTICE 2 RESULTS
1 15 Tank Tucker 18.742
2 22 Josh Todd 18.747
3 66 Jerry Symons 18.758
4 86 Mav MacDonald 18.780
5 57 Timothy Moore 18.873
6 9J Kurt Jett 18.965
7 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. 19.045
8 26 Bill Burba 19.122
9 13 Kevyn Terry 19.129
10 9B Matthew Bowaski 19.338
11 96 Matt Wheeler 19.641
12 91 Dean Slappy 19.921
13 5 Lee Weldy 20.632 
2:59
The Speed51.com Staff here in Florida is split up today as some of the team is also at near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
2:57
Remainder of the Order of Events for Monday, February 18thPractice
3:05-4:15pm – USAC Midgets

5:00pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
USAC Midgets

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)
7:30pm – Racing Starts
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

2:57
USAC Midgets will be getting pushed off here in just a few minutes as they will have the track to themselves for an hour and 15 minutes. 
2:55
Florida Modified practice is over Tank Tucker was the fastest with a time of 18.742. We will have full rundown ASAP. 
2:54
Comment From Patrick Reynolds 

One tab for New Smyrna. One tab for Battle at the Beach. A great Monday thanks to Speed51. Appreciative of the coverage! 

2:53
Randy Cabral is ready to Practice after crashing yesterday. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:51
Aaron Pierce and crew prepare for USAC Midgets Practice which is coming up. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:49
Matt Wheeler makes the hard turn into the infield pits. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:48
Kurt Jett pulls into his pit stall. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:48
Matt Wheeler is the only car on the track right now. He is currently tenth with a time of 19.641. 
2:47
Matt Bowoski is making his first World Series appearance today. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:45
Tank Tucker is the fastest so far in the second practice session for the Florida/IMCA Modifieds with a time of 18.742. Josh Todd is second with a time of 18.747. Mav MacDonald is third with a time of 18.780. 
2:44
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SUPER LATE MODEL PRACTICE 2 RESULTS
1 51 Stephen Nasse 17.736
2 71 Kyle Benjamin 17.807
3 11 David Rogers 17.836
4 66 Stephen Wallace 17.869
5 3 Garry Terry 17.877
6 74 Ryan Moore 17.882
7 03 Dylan Kwasniewski 17.903
8 25 Brandon Lynn 17.923
9 03 Paige Decker 17.955
10 129 Spencer Davis 18.047
11 20 Anthony Sergi 18.058
12 67 Denver Foran 18.078
13 37 Larry Gelinas 18.139
14 26 Jessica Murphy 18.208
15 18 Bill Catania 18.211
16 12 Derek Griffith 18.288 
2:38
Florida/IMCA Modifieds will head out for their last Practice of the day. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:38
We will have times posted shortly. 
2:38
Super Late Model practice has ended with Stephen Nasse with a time of 17.736. 
2:35
USAC Midgets will go out for 75 minutes spread over three Practice Sessions after the Florida/IMCA Modifieds. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:34
Just a few minutes remaining in the final Super Late Model practice. Stephen Wallace and Ryan Moore are the only two cars out. 
2:29
Clay Rogers, who is practicing Dylan Kwasniewski’s car, is out on the track along with Derek Griffith. 
2:29
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2:29
Derek Griffith rolls back out with just a few minutes left in Practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:28
Denver Foran is back out after making adjustments. The adjustments must have worked as he went from 16th to ninth on the chart with a time of 18.078. He returns to pit road. 
2:27
Anthony Sergi joins Decker on track. Sergi is currently eighth quick with a time of 18.064. 
2:27
Denver Foran gets service before heading back out. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:26
Paige Decker is out on the track and is currently sixth quick with a time of 17.955. 
2:26
Stephen Nasse sits at the top of the charts so far in the second Super Late Model practice with a time of 17.736. Kyle Benjamin is second with a time of 17.807. David Rogers is third with a time of 17.836. 
2:24
PRO LATE MODELS – PRACTICE 2 RESULTS
1 11 Brad May 18.194
2 41 Brandon Johnson 18.23
3 1 Cody Coughlin 18.252
4 39 Alex Guennette 18.301
5 45 Joseph Mucciacciaro 18.33
6 8 Earl Paules 18.376
7 129 Spencer Davis 18.398
8 44 Wayne Smith 18.495
9 99 Zach Germain 18.511
10 75 Nathan Russell 18.524
11 14 Cory Deuser 18.532
12 30 Frederick Moore 18.539
13 36 Alex Labbe 18.615
14 47 Jarrett Fryar 18.646
15 3 Brennon Willard 18.648
16 38 Steve Laking 18.755
17 12 Dan Leeck 18.865
18 14 Jaxson Jacobs 18.878
19 39 Danny Church Jr. 19.028
20 8 Marc Jacobs 19.099
21 56 Josh Collins 19.197
22 61 Gord Vipond 19.751
23 98 Lee Weldy 21.655 
2:23
Everyone is looking at David Rogers’ back bumper right now in terms of Super Late Models Speedweeks Points after three nights. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:21
Jessica Murphy waits her turn to go out to Practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:18
Super Late Models get ready for their Final Practice of the day. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:17
Practice has ended for the Pro Late Models. We will have times posted shortly. 
2:15
Brad May’s #11 sits on jack stands after turning in the fastest lap of this session. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:15
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2:14
Comment From Christy Adams 

Good luck today Devin McLeod from all of us here at team SAR! 

2:12
Brennon Willard gets new shoes before heading back out late in this session. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:11
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2:11
Brad May continues to stay at the top of charts in the second Pro Late Model practice with a time of 18.194. Brandon Johnson is second with a time of 18.230. Cody Coughlin is third with a time of 18.252. 
2:10
Gord Vipond is making his first World Series appearance today.(Speed51.com Photo)
2:05
Jared Fryar is back behind the wheel of George Hagy’s #47 today. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:05
Brad May is at the top of the charts for the Pro Late Models. He currently has a time of 18.194. Brandon Johnson is third with a time of 18.230. 
2:04
Earl Paules is back in his Pro Late Model after taking a couple of nights off. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:02
Pressley at speed at Daytona (Speed51.com Photo)
2:02
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2:02
Joey Mucciacciaro Is going to turn his luck around after dropping out early last night. The previous evening he won, the Feature. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:02
FLORIDA/IMCA MODIFIEDS PRACTICE ONE
1 66 Jerry Symons 18.795
2 57 Timothy Moore 18.905
3 15 Tank Tucker 18.977
4 22 Josh Todd 19.011
5 86 Mav MacDonald 19.117
6 9 Kurt Jett 19.12
7 13 Kevyn Terry 19.163
8 88 John Sarppraicone Jr. 19.338
9 26 Bill Burba 19.338
10 96 Matt Wheeler 19.566
11 9 Matthew Bowaski 19.694 
2:01
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1:55
Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice is Complete. Those times are coming in just a few minutes. The Pro Late Models will now roll out for their Final Practice of the day. 
1:52
Sarppraicone taking some laps. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:51
Five Minutes left in this first Florida/IMCA Modifieds Practice Session (Top 5): Symons 18.795, Moore, Tucker, Todd, MacDonald. 
1:47
Donald Crocker goes around off of turn four but gets going. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:47
Early Top 5: Symons 18.795, Moore, Tucker, Todd, MacDonald. 
1:47
Caution for a spin in turn four. No damage and we’re right back to green. 
1:44
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1:44
Jerry Symons is back out today. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:44
57 Timothy Moore is on the track and is joined by 5 Donald Crocker and 86 John Sarppraicone Jr.
1:43
Tank Tucker rolls on to pit road. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:41
Maverick MacDonald is back in his own car after John Sarppraicone Jr., took the #86 to victory lane last night in the Florida/IMCA Modifieds. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:40
Bowaski is making his first Speedweeks appearance here today. 
1:40
Florida/IMCA Modifieds are now on the track and they include: 9 Matt Bowaski, 66 Jerry Symons, 15 Tank Tucker, 86 Maverick MacDonald, 13 Kevyn Terry, 96 Mat Wheeler, 26 Bill Burba, 22 Josh Todd and 9 Kurt Jett. 
1:39
Super Late Models Practice #1 Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 66 Stephen Wallace 17.878 – 100.682mph
2. 11 David Rogers 17.880
3. 71 Kyle Benjamin 17.898
4. 51 Stephen Nasse 17.906
5. 36 Devin McLeod 17.967
6. 20 Anthony Sergi 18.080
7. 74 Ryan Moore 18.094
8. 129 Spencer Davis 18.117
9. 3 Gary Terry 18.156
10. 18 Bill Catania 18.283
11. 03 Paige Decker 18.289
12. 67 Denver Foran 18.322
13. 03 Clay Rogers (Subbing for Dylan Kwasniewski) 18.362
14. 37 Larry Gelinas 18.374
15. 26 Jessica Murphy 18.396
16. 25 Brandon Lynn 18.431
17. 17 Gary Passer 18.567
1:35
Wallace to the top of the charts very late in the session as Super Late Models Practice #1 is now complete. Those times are coming in a few minutes. The Florida/IMCA Modifieds are up next.  
1:35
Stephen Wallace up to the top five in practice.(Speed51.com Photo)
1:34
Revised Order of Events for Monday, February 18thPractice
1:40-1:55pm – Florida/IMCA Modifieds
2:05-2:20pm – Pro Late Models
2:25-2:40pm – Super Late Models
2:45-3:00pm – Florida/IMCA Modifieds
3:05-4:15pm – USAC Midgets

5:00pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
USAC Midgets

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)
7:30pm – Racing Starts
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

1:32
Just under five minutes remaining in this Practice Session (Top 5): Rogers 17.880, Benjamin, Nasse, McLeod, Wallace. 
1:32
David Rogers is fast!(Speed51.com Photo)
1:29
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1:29
McLeod to fourth at a 17.967 while Wallace is fifth with a 17.980. 
1:26
Rogers to the top of the charts with a 17.880. 
1:25
Sergi up to fifth at an 18.119. 
1:25
Clay Rogers is currently in Dylan Kwasniewski’s car while the 17-year-old is practicing his K&N car at Daytona. Kwasniewski will be in the car later today and tonight. 
1:25
Early Top 5: Benjamin 17.898, Nasse, Moore, Davis, Terry. 
1:23
18 Bill Catania, 20 Anthony Sergi, 36 Devin McLeod, 26 Jessica Murphy, 11 David Rogers, 66 Stephen Wallace and 17 Gary Passer all head out to turn some laps. 
1:22
We’re Green. 
1:22
Super Late Models are now on the track and the first wave of competitors are: 71 Kyle Benjamin, 67 Denver Fordan, 3 Gary Terry, 25 Brandon Lynn, 74 Ryan Moore, 51 Stephen Nasse, 129 Spencer Davis, 03 Paige Decker, 37 Larry Gelinas and 03 Clay Rogers (Subbing for Dylan Kwasniewski). 
1:20
Pro Late Models Practice #1 Results Presented by Racecar Engineering1. 11 Brad May 18.321 – 98.248mph
2. 41 Brandon Johnson 18.372
3. 1 Cody Coughlin 18.407
4. 38 Steve Laking 18.485
5. 45 Joey Mucciacciaro 18.512
6. 39 Alex Guennette 18.520
7. 47 Jared Fryar 18.567
8. 99 Zach Germain 18.573
9. 30 Frederick Moore 18.588
10. 44 Wayne Smith 18.617
11. 14 Corey Deuser 18.624
12. 129 Spencer Davis 18.626
13. 54 Denver Foran 18.678
14. 36 Alex Labbe 18.681
15. 14 Jaxson Jacobs 18.922
16. 4G Kody Evans 18.923
17. 3 Brennon Willard 18.947
18. 56 Josh Collins 18.968
19. 39 Danny Church Jr. 19.175
20. 8 Marc Jacobs 19.379
21. 61 Gord Vipond 19.825
22. 12 Dan Leeck NO TIME
23. 75 Nathan Russell NO TIME
24. 8 Earl Paules NO TIME
25. 13 Hunter Baize NO TIME
1:18
Stephen Wallace waits to get into the infield. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:18
Kyle Benjamin is ready for practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:16
Checkered Flag on this session for the first of two Pro Late Models Practices. Those times are coming momentarily. The Super Late Models will roll out next for their first of two Practices. 
1:16
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1:15
Laking up to fourth quick late in this Practice which is impressive considering that car was so mangled from last nights crash. 
1:14
Leeck, Paules and Russell were on the track but none of their Transponders were working, so no times for those three cars and it appears they are done for this session. 
1:13
56 Josh Collins makes an appearance on the track with only a few minutes remaining in this session. 
1:13
Comment From Dean 

Great coverage for all of us stuck up north in the cold – Thanks! 

1:12
Back to Green flag conditions. 
1:11
Top 5: May 18.321, Johnson, Coughlin, Guenette, Mucciacciaro. 
1:10
Five Minutes remaining in this Practice Session. 
1:10
Devin McLeod’s crew said that they replaced the hime joint on the panard bar after it broke in warm up laps for the Super Late Model feature. Said the car should be fast. 
1:10
Caution on the track as Baize has come to rest in turns one and two. 
1:09
Last Night’s Feature Winner, Brad May to the top of the charts with an 18.321. 
1:08
61 Gordon Vipond is making his first appearance of Speedweeks and is on the track. 
1:07
Cody Coughlin is fast early in practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:06
Early Top 5: Coughlin 18.417, Germain, Moore, Mucciacciaro, Deuser. 
1:05
39 Alex Guennette, 41 Brandon Johnson, 8 Marc Jacobs, 8 Earl Paules, 3 Brennon Willard and 38 Steve Laking are waiting to head out as well. 
1:04
Pro Late Model practice is underway.(Speed51.com Photo)
1:02
Green Flag is out. 
1:01
Cars are now being sent out onto the race track and Day #4 of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing has Officially started. 
12:59
47 Jared Fryar, 12 Dan Leeck, 14 Jaxson Jacobs, 11 Bray May, 39 Danny Church Jr., and 36 Alex Labbe are in line as well. 
12:58
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12:55
Pro Late Models are starting to line up on Pit Road as 44 Wayne Smith, 14 Corey Deuser, 13 Hunter Baize, 75 Nathan Russell, 99 Zach Germain, 129 Spencer Davis, 30 Frederick Moore, 1 Cody Coughlin, 54 Denver Foran, 45 Joey Mucciacciaro and 4G Kody Evans are waiting to head out. 
12:51
The Speed51.com Staff down here in Florida is split up today as some members are also near-by at Daytona International Speedway for Day #1 of the UNOH Battle at the Beach. You can also keep up with all the action from there as well by clicking on the link provided: http://hometracks.nascar.com/race-central-live_Daytona_021812
12:50
Another beautiful day at New Smyrna Speedway. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:50
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12:43
Austin Luedtke was involved in a crash during the Super Late Model feature last night. Luedtke posted on his Facebook page that the damage was to severe for him to continue racing for the rest of the week. He thanked his crew, fans, and sponsors for allowing him the opportunity to come down and compete. 
12:43
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12:42
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12:42
Comment From Lenny 

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12:40
The Drivers Meeting has let out and Practice will start at 1:00pm beginning with the Pro Late Models.
12:39
UNOFFICIAL Points Leaders after Night #3 of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing:(NOTE: The updated points are currently being finalized by Track Officials and the link to the current World Series Points will be available soon.)

Super Late Models: 11 David Rogers
Pro Late Models: 1 Cody Coughlin
Florida/IMCA Modifieds: 86/88 John Sarppraicone Jr.
ASCAR Modifieds: 79 Woody Pitkat & 22 Chuck Hossfeld (Tied)

12:36
47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Feature Winners: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

12:35
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12:28
Order of Events for Monday, February 18th
(Day #4 of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing)12:15pm – Drivers Meeting

1:00pm – Practice Begins
1:00-1:15pm – Pro Late Models
1:20-1:35pm – Super Late Models
1:40-2:15pm – USAC Midgets
2:20-2:35pm – Florida/IMCA Modifieds
2:40-2:55pm – Pro Late Models
3:00-3:15pm – Super Late Models
3:20-3:55pm – USAC Midgets
4:00-4:15pm – IMCA Modifieds

5:00pm – Qualifying
Super Late Models
USAC Midgets

7:20pm – Pre-Race Ceremonies / Invocation / National Anthem(s)
7:30pm – Racing Starts
USAC Midgets Heat Races

Features
Pro Late Models (35 Laps)
Super Late Models (35 Laps)
Intermission
USAC Midgets (30 Laps)
Florida/IMCA Modifieds (35 Laps)

12:24
Good Afternoon from New Smyrna Speedway in New Smyrna Beach, Florida for Day #4 of the 47th annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. 
12:23
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