9:24
For all of us at Speed51.com, this is Kevin Ramsell. Thanks for joining us and have a good night.
9:24
Special Thanks to B&B Racing Engines for sponsoring tonight’s Trackside Now coverage.
9:23
This will conclude our coverage from Marshfield Motor Speedway and coverage of the 2013 Yellow River Racing Series. Special thanks to Wayne Brevik and his staff for their great hospitality.
9:22
Yellow River Racing Series
Fall Classic 75
Unofficial Results

1. Tim Schendel
2. Mark Eswein
3. Brian Goodwin
4. MG Gajewski
5. Dean LaPointe
6. Dalton Zehr
7. Jamie Iverson
8. Brent Strelka
9. Colin Reffner
10. Travis Volm
11. Tommy Pecaro
12. Steve Holzhausen
13. Frank Nitzke
14. Dan Lindsley
15. Shawn Majkrzak
16. Tim Hintz
17. Kelsey Bauer
18. Monte Gress
19. Wyatt Blashe
20. Jerry Naturo
21. Alex Stumpf
22. Alex Bush
23. Jesse Oudenhoven
24. Kyle Rhoades
25. Kris Oliver
26. Jack Greenwood
27. Ryan Hinner
28. Darek Gress
29. Cardell Potter
30. Jeremy Lepak
31. Brandon Conrad

9:18
Just got a full rundown…give me a couple of minutes. Thanks!
9:17
(Speed51.com Photo)
9:17
Tim Schendel in a wet victory lane with his daughter Taylor. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:09
Steve Holzhausen has been named as the 2013 Yellow River Racing Series Champion.
9:08
Top Three

1. 21 Tim Schendel
2. 71 Mark Eswein
3. 21 Brian Goodwin

9:07
The track officials have decided to call off the races for tonight with continous rain. They are declaring Tim Schendel as the winner and the other events have been cancelled.
8:55
We are under a rain delay here at Marshfield Motor Speedway. Looking at radar, promoters are in a tough spot.
8:48
Field is rolling on the pit road and coming to a stop.
8:46
There is a pretty good shower coming on the track. Cars are still out hoping they don’t lose the track.
8:43
CAUTION Lap 18: Starting to rain at the track.
8:43
Lap 17: Eswein rolls by Goodwin for the second spot and will try to chase down Schendel. Gajewski trying to get by Goodwin for third.
8:42
Lap 15: Gajewski gets by LaPointe for fifth. Iverson is seventh.
8:41
Lap 14: Goodwin moves to second. Eswein is following. LaPointe back to fourth.
8:41
Lap 12: Schendel out to a 10-car length lead as Goodwin has the edge over LaPointe for second.
8:40
Lap 10: Schendel goes around a lap car and the field splits around the lapped car and stay side-by-side.
8:40
lap 8: Schendel leads and begins to pull away while Goodwin and LaPointe battle for second. Gajewski and Eswein are behind them. Iverson joins the pack.
8:39
Lap 7: Schendel making his move early. Gets by LaPointe and Goodwin going into turn one and takes the lead.
8:39
Lap 5: Goodwin, LaPointe, Schendel up to third. Gajewski, and Eswein.
8:38
GREEN: LaPointe and Goodwin renew their battle. Goodwin gets a run on the outside going into three and takes the lead.
8:37
Green is waved off…one to go now.
8:37
One to go at the line…72 laps to go in this one.
8:35
Here is what happened. Green flag waved. Dean LaPointe and Brian Goodwin had a good side-by-side battle for the lead until the caution flew on lap 4 for Kelsey Bauer’s spin out of turn four. Bauer was running fourth at the time. Field is now choosing their lane for a restart.
8:34
We apologize for the delay. Having internet issues.
8:29
Still no laps completed.
8:29
Kris Oliver was the third car involved.
8:29
Jack Greenwood is one of the cars involved. It is possible he may have stopped short of making contact with the other cars. Rhoades is also involved.
8:25
Green is back out and the caution reappears. Three cars involved in an incident in turn four.
8:14
Steve Holzhausen just pulled back out with no body on the front end.
8:14
We got a confirmation that Schendel went up on the hill not Hinner. Schendel told his team that he thinks his car is alright.
8:12
Colin Reffner comes back out after repairs.
8:12
Everyone who can continue will get their original starting spot back since one lap was not completed.
8:11
Looking at the photo, it appears that Shawn Majkrzak was also involved. We can Jeremy Lepak also involved.
8:10
Travis Volm and Monte Gress are back out.
8:10
We are trying to identify as many as we can involved.
8:09
No laps are completed. This will be a full field restart.
8:09
(Speed51.com Photo)
8:09
Zehr comes back out from the pits.
8:08
Colin Reffner looks like he was involved.
8:08
Hinner and Schendel went to the pits for repairs and pull back out to re-join the field.
8:07
It appears that Conrad got loose going into three while battling with Conrad going into turn three. Conrad spun and came back up right into the middle of the field.
8:06
Hinner went for a wild ride up the hill in turn three but didn’t roll over.
8:05
Schendel, Darek Gress, Holzhausen, Conrad, Zehr and more involved. Red flag is out.
8:03
GREEN: Conrad and Goodwin. Conrad goes around in three. We have a pile up. Caution is out.
8:02
One to go at the line.
8:01
The field will get a couple of laps to warm up the Hoosier tires
7:59
The command has been given and engines have been fired for the Yellow River Racing Series Fall Classic 75.
7:58
Brandon Conrad, who is starting on the pole, is the Rookie of the Year at Wisconsin International Raceway.
7:57
YELLOW RIVER RACING SERIES 2/3 – TOP 12 OF 35 PARTICIPANTS
1. STEVE HOLZHAUSEN – 400
2. MARK ESWEIN – 340
3. TIM SCHENDEL – 336
4. EUGENE GREGORICH, JR. – 332
5. JASON WEINKAUF – 331
6. COLIN REFFNER – 300
7. RYAN HINNER – 282
8. DON TURNER – 268
9. CLAIRE DECKER – 267
10. PAIGE DECKER – 262
11. BRIAN GOODWIN – 257
12. DEAN LAPOINTE – 255
7:54
Eugene Gregorich will not make the start. We are being told he has a mechanical issue.
7:48
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7:47
Top 18 in qualifying were inverted.
7:47
Starting lineup

1. 14 Brandon Conrad
2. 21 Brian Goodwin
3. 15 Dean LaPointe
4. 7 Kelsey Bauer
5. 22 MG Gajewski
6. 97 Jamie Iverson
7. 71 Mark Eswein
8. 00 Darek Gress
9. 58 Cardell Potter
10. 21 Tim Schendel
11. 52 Brent Strelka
12. 23 Ryan Hinner
13. 87 Colin Reffner
14. 40 Jeremy Lepak
15. 9 Tommy Pecaro
16. 14 Eugene Gregorich Jr.
17. 97 Steve Holzhausen
18. 119 Dalton Zehr
19 7-11 Travis Volm
20 80 Monte Gress
21 18 Frank Nitzke
22 38 Shawn Majkrzak
23 79 Dan Lindsley
24 78 Wyatt Blashe
25 1 Tim Hintz
26 07 Alex Stumpf
27 45 Kyle Rhoades
28 1 Jesse Oudenhoven
29 5 Jerry Natrop
30 55 Kris Olver
31 7 Don “Thunder” Turner
32 33 Jack Greenwood

7:44
The Sportsman feature was about to pull out but because of weather coming to the area, they are rolling out the Yellow River Racing Series feature field now.
7:42
Adam Kryzkowski makes a late pass on Adam Eckes to win the X-Treme 4 feature.
7:31
15 laps to go in the X-Treme 4’s 20-lap feature. Adam Eckes leads with Phil Malouf in second.
7:29
South Alabama Speedway will host their big Fall event, the Alabama 200, on Saturday, October 19. There will be a 100-lap Pro Late Model feature, a 50-lap Street Stock Madness, and a 50-lap Modified event. Plus the Motorcycles and Coyotes will be in action as well. For more information, please visit www.southalabamaspeedway.com.
7:24
The X-Treme 4 feature is underway. Already had a couple of cautions for incidents in turn one.
7:01
Aaron Anderson wins the Vintage/Modified heat.
6:57
The Vintage cars are out for an 8-lap heat. This is the last heat race before intermission. After intermission, we will go to features.

X-Treme 4’s 20-lap feature
Sportsman 20-lap feature
YRRS Super Late Model 75
Vintage 15-laps

6:54
Phil Malouf wins the fast heat for the X-Treme 4’s.
6:52
Charles Dixon wins the second X-Treme 4 heat.
6:46
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6:46
Brandon Burr wins the first X-Treme heat.
6:41
The X-treme 4’s are out now for their heat races.
6:39
The 41st Annual Marion Edwards Memorial will be the championship race for the Bright House Challenge Series. The stars will compete on the famous New Smyrna Speedway half-mile oval in a 100-lap event to determint the 2013 season. More information can be found at www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org.
6:38
CHECKERS: Hinner gets the win with Strelka in second and Lepak in third. Pecaro is fourth with Zehr in fifth. Gregorich, Holzhausen and Reffner.
6:38
WHITE: Battle will be for second.
6:38
Lap 8: Hinner has about a six car length lead over Strelka. Lepak battling Strelka for second.
6:37
Lap 7: Zehr not having an easy time getting around Pecaro. Pecaro holds on to fourth.
6:37
Lap 5: Hinner, Strelka, Lepak then Pecaro holding off Zehr for fourth.
6:36
Lap 4: Strelka looks to the inside of Hinner going into three. Hinner gets a good run on the outside to hold on.
6:36
Lap 3: Hinner leads with Strelka in second. Lepak in third and Gregorich in fourth.
6:35
GREEN: Hinner gets the lead over Strelka.
6:34
YRRS 10-Lap Heat #4
Lineup

1. 52 Brent Strelka
2. 23 Ryan Hinner
3. 87 Colin Reffner
4. 40 Jeremy Lepak
5. 9 Tommy Pecaro
6. 14 Eugene Gregorich
7. 97 Steve Holzhausen
8. 119 Dalton Zehr

6:32
CHECKERS: LaPointe gets the win with Gajewski holding off Eswein for second. Tim Schendel is fourth and Bauer in fifth. The Gress, Iverson and Potter.
6:31
WHITE: LaPointe gets away from Gajewski.
6:31
Lap 8: Gajewski back to the inside of LaPointe.
6:30
Lap 6: LaPointe has a little edge over Gajewski.
6:30
Lap 5: Gajewski and LaPointe battle for the top spot with Eswein waiting. Eswein almost goes three wide.
6:29
Lap 4: Gajewski goes to the inside of LaPointe for the lead going into one.
6:29
Lap 3: LaPointe, Gajewski and Eswein breakaway.
6:29
Lap 2: LapPointe leads with Gajewski in second and Eswein in third. Bauer is fourth and Iverson in fifth.
6:28
GREEN: LaPointe gets the lead out of turn two.
6:28
Coming to green
6:28
YRRS 10-lap Heat 3
Lineup

1. 15 Dean LaPointe
2. 7 Kelsey Bauer
3. 22 MG Gajewksi
4. 97 Jamie Iverson
5. 71 Mark Eswein
6. 00 Darek Gress
7. 58 Cardell Potter
8. 21 Tim Schendel

6:26
The 2013 Speed51.com Late Model Most Popular Driver presented by ARbodies voting is underway. You can vote for your favorite driver once a day – any additional votes will not be counted. The overall Most Popular driver will receive a free white “A” package ABC or Late Model Stock Car body from ARbodies.com. Vote today by visiting http://www.speed51.com/2013_Stories/MPD/MPD_voting.html
6:25
CHECKERS: Volm wins with Lindsley in second. Nitzke, Gress, Goodwin, Majkrzak and Conrad.
6:25
WHITE: Volm gets the lead out of two.
6:24
Lap 8: Side by side as they come to the white flag.
6:24
Lap 7: Volm reals in Lindsley and goes to the inside going into turn three. Battle for the lead.
6:24
Lap 5: Lindsley leads with Volm in second and Nitzke in third. Gress holding off Majkrzak for fourth. Then Goodwin and Conrad.
6:23
Lap 4: Volm and Nitzke touch on the frontstretch but Volm gets second going into turn one.
6:23
Lap 3: Lindsley leads with Nitzke holding off Volm for second. Majkrzak on the inside of Gress for fourth.
6:22
GREEN: Lindsley gets a big jump at the green. Has about a two car length lead after lap one. Nitzke to second.
6:21
One to go at the line.
6:21
The fourth Gulf Coast Doubleheader weekend for the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco is set for September 20 & 21. The weekend kicks off with a combination event for the Southern Super Series and the Buddy’s Home Furnishings Blizzard Series at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway on Friday, September 20. The action shifts a few miles down Interstate 10 to Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway on Saturday, September 21, for the combination Southern Super Series and Miller Lite Series 125-lap feature. For more details, visitwww.southernsuperseries.comwww.5flagsspeedway.com andwww.mobilespeedway.net.
6:20
We are still waiting for verification on how many will make the show tonight.
6:20
Comment From Guest 

does everyone make the feature?

6:20
Second YRRS 10-Lap Heat Lineup

1. 79 Dan Lindlsey
2. 38 Shawn Majkrzak
3. 18 Frank Nitzke
4. 80 Monte Gress
5. 7-11 Travis Volm
6. 14 Brandon Conrad
7. 21 Brian Goodwin

6:18
CHECKERS; HIntz, Stumpf, Oudenhoven, Blashe, Oliver, Turner.
6:17
WHITE: Hintz has a big lead over Stumpf. Blashe trying to catch Oudenhoven for third.
6:17
Lap 7: Stumpf goes to the inside of Oudenhoven down the backstretch and goes to second.
6:16
Lap 5: Hintz, Oudenhoven, Stumpf, Blashe, Oliver, Rhoades, Turner. Greenwood is off.
6:15
Lap 4: Hintz dives to the inside of turns three and four and goes by Hintz for the lead.
6:15
GREEN: Oudenhoven leads Hintz out of two. Hintz looking for the outside line.
6:15
One to go.
6:13
It appears the officials are going to only send Rhoades to the back and Hintz will restart in the second spot.
6:12
Sounds like he can’t get the car to start. The wrecker is coming out to get Natrop.
6:12
Natrop is off the pace in turn one.
6:11
Two laps complete with Oudenhoven in the lead. Alex Stumpf is up to second with Natrop up to third.
6:10
Lap 3: Hintz goes to the inside of Rhoades going into three. Rhoades shuts the door. They touch again out of turn four. Both spin on the frontstretch to bring out a caution.
6:09
Lap 2: Oudenhoven leads with Rhoades in second. HIntz up to third. Oliver back to fourth.
6:08
GREEN: Oudenhoven gets a great run on the outside. Outside line is moving.
6:08
One to go at the line.
6:07
YRRS First Heat Lineup

1. 55 Kris Oliver
2. 1 Jesse Oudenhoven
3. 45 Kyle Rhoades
4. 1 Tim Hintz
5. 5 Jerry Natrop
6. 78 Wyatt Blashe
7. 7 Don “Thunder” Turner
8. 33 Jack Greenwood

Rhoades appears to have fuel coming out his car. He goes to the pits and heads back out.

6:04
Brent Bray won the Sportsman heat. First YRRS Heat is up next.
6:00
Racing is underway at Marshfield. The Sportsman 8-lap heat is out.
5:57
Sportsman Heat is out on track for an on time start at 6pm.
5:56
The Sportsman, Xtreme 4’s and Vintage will have eight lap heats. The Yellow River Racing Series Super Late Models will have 10-lap heats.
5:52
The 44th Annual Oktoberfest Race Weekend will take place on Oktober 3,4,5,6 at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in West Salem, WI. This is the big fall event that will crown many Champions from the Speedway to the visiting touring series. There will be over 500 cars with 600+ laps of feature racing with 19 divisions in which five are Late Model divisions. This is one race weekend that you need to put on your bucket list and attend. www.oktoberfestraceweekend.com.
5:52
Thanks to the Marshfield Tech…we were told that Jack Greenwood’s chassis was built in 12/1985.
5:50
Headed into Daytona, New Smyrna Beach or Orlando, Florida areas for some exciting racing action this year or during Speedweeks 2014? Need a great place to stay right in the heart of the beach and racing action? Look no further than the Hampton Inn in New Smyrna Beach. For reservations, click this link…http://hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/florida/hampton-inn-new-smyrna-beach-DABNSHX/index.html
5:50
Comment From Matt R 

Good luck to Brent Strelka and Jeremy Lepak from Alsip, Illinois. Seeing those two finish 1 and 2 in the feature would make my night.

5:13
Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida will host their Night of Champions on Saturday, September 28. The highlight of the night will be the Allen Turner Hyundai Pro Late Model Tune Up 100. Plus the Modifieds, Pro Trucks, Sportsmen, and Bombers will be in action. It could be a great preview of the Snowflake 100 annual event during the Snowball Derby weekend. www.5flagsspeedway.com.
4:59
Not sure to be honest…I know he has had for the last few years. He is a racer at heart.
4:59
Comment From jon 

Too bad for jack. Shows up weekly. What year late model do u think jacks car is?

4:59
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4:50
Dalton Zehr is tonight’s fast qualifier. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:45
The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
4:44
Jack Greenwood has been experiencing mechanical problems today. They have yet to get the car started.
4:43
Wyatt Blashe (Speed51.com Photo)
4:42
Quick note on Wyatt Blashe. The young driver ran as a rookie this season at Golden Sands Speedway in Plover, WI. Blashe is the grandson multi-time Wisconsin International Raceway Champion Terry Baldry.
4:40
Comment From Lenny 

Go Schendel

4:34
YELLOW RIVER RACING SERIES
FALL CLASSIC 75
QUALIFYING RESULTS

1 119 Dalton Zehr 18.248
2 97 Steve Holzhausen 18.263
3 14 Eugene Gregorich 18.303
4 9 Tommy Pecaro 18.316
5 40 Jeremy Lepak 18.331
6 87 Colin Reffner 18.367
7 23 Ryan Hinner 18.400
8 52 Brent Strelka 18.450
9 21 Tim Schendel 18.459
10 58 Cardell Potter 18.508
11 00 Darek Gress 18.536
12 71 Mark Eswein 18.550
13 97 Jamie Iverson 18.562
14 22 MG Gajewski 18.584
15 7 Kelsey Bauer 18.585
16 15 Dean LaPointe 18.654
17 21 Brian Goodwin 18.693
18 14 Brandon Conrad 18.782
19 7-11 Travis Volm 18.798
20 80 Monte Gress 18.805
21 18 Frank Nitzke 18.811
22 38 Shawn Majkrzak 18.846
23 79 Dan Lindsley 18.850
24 78 Wyatt Blashe 19.037
25 1 Tim Hintz 19.061
26 07 Alex Stumpf 19.083
27 45 Kyle Rhoades 19.084
28 1 Jesse Oudenhoven 19.315
29 5 Jerry Natrop 19.396
30 55 Kris Olver 19.683
31 7 Don “Thunder” Turner 20.092
32 33 Jack Greenwood DNQ
4:28
79 – Dan Lindsley
Lap 1: 19.246
Lap 2: 18.850
Best: 18.850
4:28
78 – Wyatt Blashe
Best: 19.037
4:27
71 – Mark Eswein
Lap 1: 18.814
Lap 2: 18.550
Best: 18.550
4:26
7-11 – Travis Volm
Lap 1: 18.913
Lap 2: 18.798
Best: 18.798
4:25
58 – Cardell Potter
Lap 1: 18.750
Lap 2:18.508
Best: 18.508
4:24
5 – Jerry Natrop
Lap 1: 19.236
Lap 2: 19.396
Best: 19.396
4:24
55 – Kris Oliver
Lap 1: 19.738
Lap 2: 19.683
Best: 19.683
4:23
52 – Brent Strelka
Lap 1: 18.651
Lap 2: 18.450
Best: 18.450
4:22
45 – Kyle Rhoades
Lap 1: 19.256
Lap 2: 19.084
Best: 19.084
4:21
40 – Jeremy Lepak
Lap 1: 18.482
Lap 2: 18.331
Best: 18.331
4:20
38 – Shawn Majkrzak
Lap 1: 19.048
Lap 2: 18.846
Best: 18.846
4:19
23 – Ryan Hinner
Lap 1: 18.799
Lap 2: 18.400
Best: 18.400
4:19
22 – MG Gajewski
Lap 1: 18.778
Lap 2: 18.584
Best: 18.584
4:18
21 – Brian Goodwin
Lap 1: 19.200
Lap 2: 18.693
Best: 18.693
4:17
21 – Tim Schendel
Lap 1: 18.502
Lap 2: 18.459
Best: 18.459
4:16
9 – Tommy Pecaro
Lap 1: 18.725
Lap 2: 18.316
Best: 18.316
4:15
1 – Tim Hintz
Lap 1: 19.025
Lap 2: 19.061
Best: 19.061
4:15
18 – Frank Nitzke
Lap 1: 18.832
Lap 2: 18.811
Best: 18.811
4:13
15 – Dean LaPointe
Lap 1: 18.852
Lap 2: 18.654
Best: 18.654
4:13
14 – Eugene Gregorich Jr.
Lap 1: 18.554
Lap 2: 18.303
Best: 18.303
P3
4:12
14 – Brandon Conrad
Lap 1: 18.822
Lap 2: 18.782
Best: 18.782
4:11
7 – Don “Thunder” Turner
Lap 1: 20.398
Lap 2: 20.092
Best: 20.092
4:10
7 – Kelsey Bauer
Lap 1: 18.672
Lap 2: 18.585
Best: 18.585
4:09
07 – Alex Stumpf
Lap 1: 19.197
Lap 2: 19.083
Best: 19.083
4:09
1 – Jesse Oudenhoven
Lap 1: 19.358
Lap 2: 19.315
Best: 19.315
4:08
00 – Darek Gress
Lap 1: 18.853
Lap 2: 18.536
Best: 18.536
4:07
119 – Dalton Zehr
Lap 1: 18.381
Lap 2: 18.248
Best: 18.248
P1
4:06
97 – Jamie Iverson
Lap 1: 18.709
Lap 2: 18.562
Best: 18.562
4:05
97 – Steve Holzhausen
Lap 1: 18.565
Lap 2: 18,263
Best: 18.263
4:05
87 – Colin Reffner
18.367 is his best
4:04
80 – Monte Gress
Lap 1: 18.805
Lap 2: 18.838
Best Lap: 18.805
Position: 1st
4:01
YELLOW RIVER RACING SERIES 2/3 – TOP 12 OF 35 PARTICIPANTS
1. STEVE HOLZHAUSEN – 400
2. MARK ESWEIN – 340
3. TIM SCHENDEL – 336
4. EUGENE GREGORICH, JR. – 332
5. JASON WEINKAUF – 331
6. COLIN REFFNER – 300
7. RYAN HINNER – 282
8. DON TURNER – 268
9. CLAIRE DECKER – 267
10. PAIGE DECKER – 262
11. BRIAN GOODWIN – 257
12. DEAN LAPOINTE – 255
4:01
We are close to qualifying for tonight’s Yellow River Racing Series Fall Classic 75.
3:59
B&B Racing Engines in Appleton, WI has partnered with Speed51.com to present today’s 51’s Trackside Now coverage of the Yellow River Racing Series Super Late Model event at Marshfield Motor Speedway (WI). B&B Racing Engines is a full service engine builder specializing in high performance racing engines. They are the engine builder for 2012 ARCA Midwest Tour champion Jonathan Eilen. For more information call 920-739-1550 or “Like” them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bandbracing.
3:56
Snack time. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:51
The Yellow River Racing Series Super Lates will be the first cars out to qualify. They are going through pre-tech now and lining up.
3:45
It is the biggest Super Late Model event in the country, the 46th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Last year, Erik Jones made a bold outside pass on Kyle Busch to win his first Derby. It will be a who’s who of Late Model stars from all across North America. Make your plans now to be a part of this incredible event. For more information, visit www.snowballderby.com.
3:41
Scuff session has ended. Qualifying is scheduled to begin at 4pm.
3:38
Jerry Natrop (5) and Alex Stumpf (07) (Speed51.com Photo)
3:37
Jeremy Lepak about to head out. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:36
Frank Nitzke (18) and Kyle Rhoades (45) (Speed51.com Photo)
3:35
Dalton Zehr, MG Gajewski, Dan Lindsley, Monte Gress, Shawn Majkrzak, Kelsey Bauer, Tim Schendel are the first ones out. More are heading out now.
3:34
Autograph session has ended and drivers went to their cars to get a quick scuff session in.
3:33
The 48th Annual Florida Governor’s Cup weekend provides three great days of racing action on the popular half-mile oval in central Florida on October 24-26. The Governor’s Cup 200 on Saturday, October 26. Thursday, October 24 will highlight Sportsman, Super Stocks, Pro-Trucks,and Strictly Stocks. Friday, October 25 will include the Pro Late Models 100, Mini-Stocks 50 and E-Modifieds 50. Find out more by visiting www.newsmyrnaspeedway.org.
3:22
(Speed51.com Photo)
3:21
For those just joining us, the track doesn’t have transponders and we do not have practice times to pass along.
3:20
Dalton Zehr gives a fan her first racing t-shirt. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:20
Dean LaPointe (left) and MG Gajewski (right) meet with fans. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:15
Late Model drivers are coming across to the stands for an autograph session.
3:14
It is one of the crown jewel Super Late Model events in the country. The 42nd Annual Winchester 400 will take place on October 11-12-13 at the high-banked Winchester Speedway in Winchester, IN. Some of the biggest Super Late Model stars from all across the U.S.A. will be “gunning” their way to victory lane. Advance ticket sale forms are available at www.winchesterspeedway.com.
3:13
Did you know that you can follow more than one Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage today? In fact, you can follow all four we have going today, just open a separate window for each.

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3:10
Qualifying is scheduled to get underway at 4pm with racing at 6pm tonight at Marshfield Motor Speedway.
3:08
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3:08
Sportsman are heading out for their final practice session. The pre-qualifying tech line for the YRRS Super Lates opens in about five minutes.
3:02
B&B Racing Engines in Appleton, WI has partnered with Speed51.com to present today’s 51’s Trackside Now coverage of the Yellow River Racing Series Super Late Model event at Marshfield Motor Speedway (WI). B&B Racing Engines is a full service engine builder specializing in high performance racing engines. They are the engine builder for 2012 ARCA Midwest Tour champion Jonathan Eilen. For more information call 920-739-1550 or “Like” them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bandbracing.
3:01
The All-American 400 is one of the most prestigious short track events in the country and it’s back in 2013 even bigger and better than before. Set for November 1 and 2 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville in Tennessee, the AA400 will be a return to glory for the event that has seen the biggest names in the sport go to its victory lane. Butch Lindley, Bob Senneker, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller, Jeff Purvis, Bobby Gill, Freddie Query, Wayne Anderson and Mike Garvey have all etched their name onto the All-American 400 record books over the years. The top names in Super Late Model racing and more will be on hand to battle for the famed guitar that goes to the AA400 winner. This year’s event will be a Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco Super Late Model race co-sanctioned by Champion Racing Association.  More details are to be announced soon for this year’s All-American 400.  Visitwww.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com for more.
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YELLOW RIVER RACING SERIES
FALL CLASSIC 75
DRIVER’S LIST

00 Darek Gress
1 Jesse Oudenhoven
5 Jerry Natrop
07 Alex Stumpf
7 Don “Thunder” Turner
7 Kelsey Bauer
9 Tommy Pecaro
14 Brandon Conrad
14 Eugene Gregorich
15 Dean LaPointe
18 Frank Nitzke
18 Wyatt Blashe
21 Brian Goodwin
21 Tim Schendel
22 MG Gajewski
23 Ryan Hinner
33 Jack Greenwood
38 Shawn Majkrzak
45 Kyle Rhoades
52 Brent Strelka
55 Kris Olver
58 Cardell Potter
71 Mark Eswein
79 Dan Lindsley
80 Monte Gress
87 Colin Reffner
97 Jamie Iverson
97 Steve Holzhausen
119 Dalton Zehr
7-11 Travis Volm
2:55
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2:51
Xtremes are waiting to go out. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:45
Brian Goodwin (Speed51.com Photo)
2:42
Dalton Zehr about to head out. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:40
Just a few minutes remaining in practice for the Super Lates.
2:39
Frank Nitzke (18) and Kyle Rhoades (45) (Speed51.com Photo)
2:38
Jamie Iverson (Speed51.com Photo)
2:19
Track is now open for YRRS Super Lates.
2:19
We have 29 Super Lates on hand tonight. We are in the pits and will post a list later on.
2:08
Pits are full today. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:49
We are going to head down to the pits and work on getting a drivers list put together for today.
1:46
The Sportsman cars are out on track now. There is a vintage car out as well.
1:31
The first practice session for the Yellow River Racing Series Late Models has ended. The X-Treme 4-Cylinders are out next.
1:29
Don “Thunder” Turner, Steve Holzhausen, Frank Nitzke, Dean LaPointe, Ryan Hinner, MG Gajewski, Travis Volm, and Brent Strelka are currently on track.
1:27
Today’s Schedule…

Now until 1:30pm – YRRS Super Late Practice
1:45pm – Dirt Midwest Mods Practice
2:00pm – Vintage Practice
2:15pm – Sportsman Practice
2:30pm – YRRS Super Late Practice
3:00pm – X-Treme 4-Cylinder Practice
3:10pm – Dirt Midwest Mod Practice
3:10pm – Autograph Session – YRRS Super Late Models
3:30pm – Practice Ends – YRRS Pre-Tech
4:00pm – Qualifying Begins
5:15pm – Drivers Meeting
5:40pm – Opening Ceremonies
6:00pm – Racing Begins
Heats
Features
X-Treme 4’s – 20 Laps
Sportsman – 20 Laps
YRRS Super Lates – 75 Laps
Dirt Midwest Mods – 20 Laps
Vintage – 15 Laps

1:18
Cory Kemkes and Ryan Hinner are now out.
1:13
B&B Racing Engines in Appleton, WI has partnered with Speed51.com to present today’s 51’s Trackside Now coverage of the Yellow River Racing Series Super Late Model event at Marshfield Motor Speedway (WI).  B&B Racing Engines is a full service engine builder specializing in high performance racing engines. They are the engine builder for 2012 ARCA Midwest Tour champion Jonathan Eilen. For more information call 920-739-1550 or “Like” them on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/bandbracing.
1:12
The YRRS Super Lates are about to head out for their first practice session.  Unfortunately, MMS doesn’t use electronic timing/scoring so we are unable to provide a full rundown of practice times for you.
1:10
Good afternoon from Marshfield Motor Speedway and today’s running of the 2013 Fall Classic.  The Yellow River Racing Series will have theirs season finale tonight with close to 30 cars on hand for the event.
1:08
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Trackside Now – Yellow River Racing Series – Marshfield Speedway (WI) – 9/14/13