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Quick & Dirty Dover Results


1.  44  Brett Moffitt
2.  29  Ryan Gifford
3.  07  Corey LaJoie
4.  19  David Mayhew
5.  38  Alan Tardiff
6.  35  Steve Park
7.   7  Ryan Duff
8.  00  Ryan Truex (2009 champion)
9.  71  Eddie MacDonald
10. 74  Jarit Johnson
11. 18  Matt DiBenedetto
12. 39  Dustin Delaney
13. 12  Jesus Hernandez
14. 94  Tiffany Daniels
15. 40  Matt Kobyluck
16. 16  Jonathan Smith
17. 88  Jody Lavender
18.  5  Barney McRae
19. 58  Richard Gould
20. 32  Dale Quarterley
21. 26  Scott Bouley
22.  9  Kevin Swindell
23. 37  Alex Kennedy
24. 03  Josh Richards
25. 30  Jeff Anton
26. 60  Jonathon Gomez
27. 63  John Salemi
28. 10  Matt Kurzejewski

CHECEKRS: 44 wins by 2.5 seconds over 29 then 07

white flag: 44 29 07

lap 147: 44 laps 39 Delaney

five to go: 44 has a comfortable lead over 29 Gifford with 07 third then 19 38 35 and 7. 7 now down a lap

lap 144: 44 laps 16 Smith and now stares down 7 Duff

lap 141: 44 29 07 19 38 35 7 as 00 is now a lap down

lap 140: big trafic for 44: 37 gives way, now he's under 88, now he's outside 58, running down 00

lap 139: 32 has slowed in turn one, heading to the apron

lap 136: 44 29 07 19 38 35 00 7 on the lead lap, then 71 74 18 39 12 94 40 16

lap 135: smoke seen from 16 Smith as well

lap 135: 71 goes down a lap to 44 leaving eight cars on the lead lap

lap 132: 44 29 07 19 38 00 35 7 71 and that's it as 26 nearly takes 44 out of the park

lap 131: 44 29 as we get another report of smoke from the 00 Truex

lap 130: 32 is getting dinged for an unapproved tire change and will serve a two-lap penalty

lap 129: 71's smoke is being accompanied by scent as 40 Kobyluck has gone a lap down

lap 128: 44 29 07 19 38 00 35 7 71 40 - that's it for lead lap cars

lap 127: 9 is out, transmission. Dave Davis Motorsports had a promising day erased in a pretty short time span

lap 125: 32 makes a green-flag pit stop, no damage spotted

lap 124: 44 29 under a blanket, then over 4 seconds back is third place 07 LaJoie

lap 123: 74 Johnson goes a lap down to 44 and 29, next car to lap is previously dominant 18 DiBenedetto

lap 122: 58 Gould will get a pass-through penalty as his crew was over the wall too soon on his recent green-flag pit stop

lap 120: 44 29 then some lapped cars before finding 07 19 38 00 35 7 32 71

lap 118: 44 29 07 19 38 00 32 35 71 7 74 18 39 12 94 9 40 16 88 58 5 26 03 37 30 60 63 10 according to scoring monitor

lap 116: 44 passes 29 in lapped traffic (39 and 37)

lap 115: 9 slow with a right front tire down

reporting smoke from both 19 and 00 as 88 gets a right-side tire change

lap 112: 29 44 07 00 19 38 32 35 71 7 9 74 40 16 as 58 is going slow and 88 is on pit road

lap 111: 44 is catching 29 as 00 07 19 and 38 are battling hard while lapping 26

seeing some smoke from the 19 as well as it goes through the first turn

lap 110: 29 44 00 07 19 38 32 35 71 7 9

lap 109: 29 44 00 07 19 38 and 35 under 32

MacDonald Back In New Hampshire Victory Lane

Eddie MacDonald closed the gap on NASCAR Camping World Series East points leader Ryan Truex Friday night at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a win in the Heluva Good! Fall 125. MacDonald beat Kevin Swindell to the line on a Lap 92 restart and kept the lead when Swindell faltered on a Lap 97 green-white-checker restart to win the rain-delayed and darkness-shortened race in Loudon. Brett Moffitt wound up second Friday and was followed across the line by Ryan Truex, Matt Kobyluck, and Jesus Hernandez. Kobyluck led a race-high 38 laps but lost the lead to Swindell on the Lap 82 restart. The rest of the top 10 finishers were Jody Lavender, Alan Tardiff, Steve Park, Max Gresham and Swindell.

Quick & Dirty Lime Rock Park Finish


1. 00 Ryan Truex
2. 71 Eddie MacDonald
3. 81 Jason Holehouse
4. 37 Alex Kennedy
5. 61 Mike Olsen
6. 12 Jesus Hernandez
7. 7 Ryan Duff
8. 39 Dustin Delaney
9. 35 Steve Park
10. 44 Brett Moffitt
11. 30 Jeff Anton
12. 53 Derek Ramstrom
13. 88 Jody Lavendar
14. 10 Matt Kurzejewski
15. 16 Jonathan Smith
16. 18 Matt DiBenedetto
17. 40 Matt Kobyluck
18. 94 Tiffany Daniels
19. 38 Alan Tardiff
20. 63 John Salemi
21. 26 Scott Bouley
22. 75 Tim Cowen

CHECKERED FLAG: 00 71 81 37 12 61 7 39 44 35 53 but we'll hold off on saying that's close to official till we see the scoring monitor

WHITE FLAG: 00 71 81 12 37 61 7 39 44 35, 37 was pressuring 12 going into big bend

GREEN lap 84: they jumbled, even went three wide around 71 but got through clean. 00 still leads, 71 might have got away with staying in 2nd

running order with one to go: 00 71 81 61 12 7 37 39 35 44 53 30 then 88 10 on track but laps down

GREEN lap 82: no called off at the last second... track truck had not yet returned home. This is not going to help those who might be cutting it close gas-wise

Going one to go next time by: 00 71 81 61 12 7 37 39 35 etc etc. Restart on lap 82 for green-white-checker

Looks like the accident scene is at the bottom of the hill rather than on the frontstretch. Can't see much from here though

reports are that there is a car in the tire wall near the start-finish line, no ID yet. 00 71 81 61 12 37 35 39 7 44 is the running order so by process of elimination, 16 Smith is the affected car. 30 Anton gets the free pass as tow trucks take to the track

lap 77: dust off the downhill turn but no reports of any victims CAUTION

GREEN FLAG lap 76: 00 gaps 71 as 44 is forced off-course in big bend

one to go at the line, which puts green flag at lap 76 of 82

10 is back on the track. Under caution: 00 71 81 44 61 16 12 7 39 37 35 and now 53

10 to garage as 53 is learning how to be the "lucky dog" the hard way. 18 to the garage

10 car ordered to pit road as it's dragging debris from the back of the car

35 and 37 on pit road. There's talk of fluid on the track at the top of the uphill "at the point of impact". 53 Ramstrom will get back on the lead lap under this caution

One report (courtesy of Courchesne again) is that the 40 and 10 tangled and the 18 drove into the wreck. 18 is still on pit road

18 had built as much as a nine-second lead during this long green-flag run but that has gone by the boards

"incident up the hill". 40 and 18 are on pit road. 40 to garage with nose damaged, we can't see the 18 from here. Shawn Courchesne says the 18 is on pit road "wrecked"

lap 70: CAUTION as 18 has disappeared. 00 is leading

71 has passed 81 for 3rd

lap 68: 18 00 81 71 44 61 35 16 12 7 39 37 on the lead lap

lap 67: 37 has passed 18 to get badck on the lead lap as 71 approaches 81 to challenge for 3rd place

lap 66: (30 is back) 18 00 81 71 44 61 35 16 12. 40 has passed 18 to make up one lap and maybe also to prove a point, 37 is approaching

lap 65: 18 81 00 so I'm wrong again. 37 53 -1, 88 -2, 10 -6, 40 -32. 40 is running down 18 DiBenedetto though.00 passes 81 for 2nd place while 30 Anton is on pit road with the hood up

lap 64: 18 81 00 71. Expect 00 to be in front of 81 next time by the way it's looking

lap 62: 18 and now 44 is on pit road, gas stop. He comes out in front of 61 which recently passed 16

lap 61: 3.2 seconds between 1st and 2nd. 81 in 3rd is seeing a lot of 00 Truex in his rear-view

lap 60: 18 44 (37 returns) 81 00 71 16 61 35 12 30 7 39. 37 is off the lead lap, he had to pit to change a tire

lap 59: 37 hits pit road, giving 81 breathing room. 00 again under 71, might have the pass done by now

lap 58: 18 44 81 37 71 00 16 61 35 12 30 7 39

lap 57: 18 44 81 37 71 00, 00 looks under 71 going into big bend but can't make it stick

lap 55; 18 44 81 37 71 00 16 61 35 12 30 7 39 on the lead lap. 10 slid off in big bend but has driven away

35 showing a tire rub so that pass may have been a costly one

lap 53: 18 44 81 37 71 00 16 61 and 35 12 bounce off each other heading towards the first turn. Both recover, 35 completes the pass

lap 52: 40 has now passed 81 so the battle for third can resume

lap 51: 18 44 81 (40) 37 71 00 16 61 12 35 30 7 39 and back to 18

lap 50: 18 44 81 37 and 40 passes 37 going into 1, briefly suspending the battle for position between 81 and 37

lap 49: 18 44 81 37 (this is getting close) 00 passes 61 for seventh

lap 48: 88 is on pit road. Apparently he hasn't made his gas stop yet?

Kobyluck is 18th but he's now running competitive lap times. Just has to make up 32 laps to get back in the hunt. He has the 2nd fastest lap of the day (DiBenedetto has the fastest)

lap 45: 18 44 81 37 71 16 61 00 12 35 30 7 88 39 53. 38 has retired from the event due to brakes and the 53 just went a lap down to 17 DiBenedetto

lap 43: 18 44 81 37 71 16 61 00 12 35 30 7 88 39. 40 is 32 laps down, 10 is 6 laps down. They say they're still working on the 38 which has a brake problem

37 is creeping closer to 81. 7 passes 88

halfway home: 18 44 81 37 71 16 (how about that) 61 00 12 35 30 88 7 39 53

lap 39: 18 44 81 37 16 71 61 12 00 35 88 30 7 39 53. 10 and 40 are also on track but laps down

boy that 81 is pretty. Fast, too

lap 37: 18 44 81 37 16 71 61 12 00 88 35 30 7 39 53

lap 36: 18 44 81 37 16 71 and hey 40 Kobyluck is back on track. 00 Truex passes 88 going into one

best battle that we can see is 16 Smith holding off 71 MacDonald although we see 35 inside 30 into turn one

lap 33: 18 44 81 37 16 71 12 61 88 00 30 35 7 39 53 and that's it for lead lap cars

lap 32: 18 44 81 37 16 71 12 passes 88, then 61

lap 31: 18 44 81 37 16 71 88 12 61 00 30 35 7 39 as 10 pits again

lap 30: 12 pits. 53 is back on lead lap and 18 is back in the lead with a good lead over 44 81 37 88 16 71 and now 12 falls into place

lap 29: 12 stays out and has huge lead over 18 44 81 and 37 passes 88, then 16 71 61 and 00 passes 30, 35 7 39

lap 28: 12 hasn't yet pitted and leads, then lapped 53, then some ways back to lapped 10, then 18 88 (not yet pitted) 44 81 37 71 61 30 00 35 7 39

lap 28: 12 leads while 16 comes to pit road. Second is 18 then 88 44 81 37 71 61 30 00 35 7 39

lap 27: 2 16 (10 returning) 88 18 4 81 37 71 61 30 00 35 7 39

lap 26: 12 16 (neither pitted0 then 88 18 (88 not yet pitted) 44 81 37 71 61 30 00 35 7 39

lap 25: 81 pits, 12 leadsa 16. 94 out, engine. 39 pits, 88 runs third, then 18 44 37 71 6 30 35 00 7

lap 24: 81 leads as 10 pits, then 12 16. 10 to garage.

lap 23: 00 stalled, needed crew to push to get off pit road so he's lost a ton of time. 81 still leads then 12 16 39 (7 pits) 88 (53 pit) 18 44 37 71 61 30 35

lap 22: 00 pitting, handing lead to 81 12 16 so 37 also pitting. 39 7 follow 16 on track

lap 21: 00 81 no 44 so he must have pitted as 37 passes 12, then 16. 71 also pitted

lap 20: 94 pits, 00 81 44 12 37 71 16 so 61 must be pitting. Also 35 pitting as 94 goes to garage

lap 19: 18 pits, giving 00 lead followed by 81 44 etc

40 to garage. lap 18: 18 00 81 44 12 37 71 61 16 39 35 88 7 10 53 - 12 and 37 are having a whale of a battle

lap 17: 40 seems to have gone missing. 18 00 81 44 12 37 71 61 16 39 35 88 7 10 53 as now 40 is slowly coming to pit road

38 to garage. lap 16: 18 00 81 44 12 37 71 61 16 39 88 7 35

30 is back in business as 40 also returns. Lap 15: 18 00 81 44 12. 63 out - clutch as 38 pits

GREEN lap 14: clean through 1 with 30 on pit road

one to go till green. Running order: 18 00 81 44 12 37 71 61 16 30 88 39 7 35 53 10 94 38 as attrition is pretty high for this early in the event

pitting under yellow: none of the top 5, maybe even none of the top ten. 38 had been on pit road earlier but is back and up to speed. 63 Salemi to garage

63 has stalled on course, tow trucks have been dispatched. Pits will open, the gas window might be open

lap 10: 18 00 81 44 FULL COURSE CAUTION 40 stopped on course

lap 9: 18 00 81 44 12 37 71 61 16 30 88 39 and 35 inside 7, 63 53 and 40 is back

lap 8: 18 00 81 44 12 and 37 inside 71, 61 16 30 and 88 inside 39, 7, 35 inside 10, 63 53

lap 7: 18 00 81 44 12 71 37 61 16 30 88 39 7 10 35 63

lap 6: 18 00 81 44 and we see some smoke from the 61, might just be smoke from under braking

GREEN FLAG: 18 00 81 44 12 and 71/37 side by side. Clean through one. 26 is out, engine

running order under caution: 18 00 81 44 12 71 37 61 16 30 88 39 63 7 10 35 53 94 38 with 40 on pit road two laps down. Green flag next time by

75 is out due to timing chain. 26 is off to the garage while tow trucks have been dispatched to retrieve 40 Kobyluck

they're going by slowly under yellow and the 40 was last in line, quite a ways back. Car looked unscathed, now I hear it's stopped in the Esses

Lap 1: 18 00 81 44 12 and 37 inside 71, then 61 and 16. 26 Bouley spun off the frontstretch and is stopped under the bridge. Full course caution

GREEN FLAG: clean into 1 with 18 leading 00

38 Tardiff is also volunteering to go to the rear. We're on one to green, next time they come by they'll be going fast

Looks like 53 Ramstrom is voluntarily giving up his starting spot to take the green at the tail. 10 35 and 7 are all working their way in that direction as well

63 Salemi is now rolling but 75 Cowen is still being pushed, is now turning into pit out and is off to the garage

One team feels they have an internal engine problem and the car won't start. Didn't catch who but we'll figure it out soon. 63 also needs a push.

Engines have been fired. We'll have three pace laps and then 82 laps of stock car racing

The engines haven't yet been started and someone's already in trouble. Crew chief of 10 Kurzejewski will be meeting with series brass after the race because one of his spotters is late to report to his post

The national anthem has been sung so we are mere moments away from the firing of engines

12:42 p.m. - Driver introductions are happening on Lime Rock Park's frontstretch as we speak. We have been told that four cars are giving up their qualifying positions before the start of the race: 7 Duff (transmission change), 35 Park (engine change), 10 Kurzejewski (unapproved adjustment), and 40 Kobyluck (unapproved adjustment). We're trying to determine how many cars Kobyluck will pass on the first lap, and how long it'll take him to break into the top ten. We could have both answers at the same time.

12:06 p.m. - We've just had lunch here at Lime Rock while the crews are setting up on pit road for 82 laps of road racing starting at 1:00 p.m. We've got a decent view of the frontstretch and first turn as well as a live timing & scoring monitor so we'll give the lap-by-lap coverage a go. Check in here as we get set to bring you the Mohegan Sun 200 from Lime Rock Park.

10:15 a.m. - A quick update before the 10:30 drivers meeting: all cars have gone through inspection and are now gridded in impound, so there is nothing to see or do in the garage area. After the drivers meeting there is an autograph session up on the hill starting at 11:00 and going for 45 minutes. I think we know where we'll be watching the race and there's a wireless router nearby. If there's electricity, we're probably set for lap-by-lap coverage, but we don't know yet if that is a definite. That sounds like the next plan for battle, so let's do that and check in sometime before pre-race festivities start (12:30 p.m.)

9:15 a.m. Saturday - We've arrived on the grounds of Lime Rock Park anticipating a spectacular day for racing once the fog burns off. Teams are busy prepping race cars and going through inspection and we have to figure out what's up with those who encountered difficulty yesterday. We'll report back, and also do some homework regarding where we can see the race from and see if we'll be able to do lap-by-lap from wherever that may be. Stay tuned for updates.

5:20 p.m. - Qualifying results are posted Here. Time to head to Mom & Dad's in time for a home-cooked meal.

5:00 p.m. - Now we have word that 7 Ryan Duff is changing his transmission and will start from the rear along with 40 Kobyluck and 35 Park. Still no qualifying results, as soon as we have them they'll be posted. 75 Cowen has been battling an overheating problem and is trying to fix it without changing the engine.

4:45 p.m. - There's one more car taking time (Jeff Anton's) but unless he tops the current pole speed, Matt DiBenedetto will win the pole for tomorrow's Mohegan Sun 200 at Lime Rock Park. Running second is Ryan Truex, followed by Jason Holehouse, Brett Moffitt, and Ryan Duff. Matt Kobyluck completed one lap under time and then stopped on the track; the team is reporting water in his gas. Steve Park ran qualifying but is now about to embark on an engine change, the same procedure has been going on with Tim Cowen's ride since the end of second practice. Full results will be here once we have them. 7 changing transmission, will go to the back

3:00 p.m. - We're an hour away from qualifying here at Lime Rock Park and Matt Kobyluck has paced both practice sessions this afternoon. There have been a couple off-track incidents but nothing serious and we have no reason to believe that all 22 cars here will attempt qualifying. Practice times are posted below and the next update will have qualifying results.

10:56 a.m. - We're back after being social butterflies in the garage area and now we have an entry list to post. Next up is practice starting about, well, now, so we're going to go take some pictures.

9:30 a.m. - We're here at the first race, for us, since the season opener. We've taken a quick tour of the garage area on our way to parking but we haven't seen enough yet to say who's here and who's not - this is next on the list. So we'll grab the notebook and start working on an entry list and that'll be the next thing you see in this space. It's good to be back at the track and, our flaky internet willing, we'll be here all weekend. We don't know if we'll have an adequate view of the track from indoors to do lap-by-lap of the actual race, though - once we get a better idea of what's here for resources to the (cough cough) working media, we'll fill in the details.

Park Drives Way Back To Victory Lane

Veteran Steve Park showed he hasn’t forgotten his way to Victory Lane, leading the final five laps Saturday evening at Adirondack International Speedway en route to the win in The Edge Hotel 150 presented by Casella Waste Systems. It was Park’s first NASCAR Camping World Series East victory in 13 years. Park got the jump on race leader Jody Lavender on the race’s final restart and led the the rest of the way. Truex got by Lavender in the closing laps to grab second. Jesus Hernandez and defending race winner Matt Kobyluck rounded out the top five. Eddie MacDonald won his first career Coors Light Pole Award and led a race-high 101 laps. However, he got shuffled back late in the race and finished 10th. Truex was able to stretch his points lead to 26 over Lavender with three races remaining. The top six drivers are seperated by just 100 points.

Moffitt Keeps Breaking Records With South Boston Win

Brett Moffitt already broke one of Joey Logano’s NASCAR Camping World Series records. It didn’t take him long to take care of another. Moffitt became the youngest winner in NASCAR Camping World Series history Saturday night with his win in the South Boston 150 at South Boston (Va.) Speedway. His No. 44 brettmoffitt.com Chevrolet led 81 laps – including the last 67 – and outpaced a pair of fellow teenagers in runner-up Ryan Gifford and third-place Ryan Truex. Moffitt and Truex traded the lead three times. Moffitt pulled away on the final lap 103 restart and won by 3.691 seconds. Truex, the 19-year-old younger brother of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Martin Truex Jr., won his first career Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day.

Kyle Busch Wins Combination Race At Iowa Speedway

NEWTON, Iowa – Kyle Busch accomplished on Sunday what previous visiting NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers could not do – win the NASCAR Camping World Series East-West combination race at Iowa Speedway. While Kevin Harvick had to settle for second place in 2007 and Kasey Kahne came away as the runner-up in 2008, Busch took the first-place trophy in the Long John Silver’s 200. Busch made the most of a Sunday morning practice session at Iowa to fine tune the set up of his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. He went on to capture the Coors Light Pole Award and dominate the race – leading 168 of the 200 laps.

DiBenedetto Breaks Through In Second Start

Matt DiBenedetto took just two starts to find Victory Lane. The 17-year-old Grass Valley, Calif., driver passed Austin Dillon on a back-and-forth battle following a green-white-checkered finish to Saturday night’s Tri-County 150 to earn his first career NASCAR Camping World Series East victory. DiBenedetto, a Joe Gibbs Racing development driver, and Dillon, a Richard Childress Racing development driver, swapped the lead six times over the second half of the race. The event was stretched to 165 laps due to a pair of late cautions. DiBenedetto led four times for 75 laps, while Dillon led three times for 15 laps.

Ickler Dominates NASCAR Local Tracks 150 at Greenville-Pickens Speedway

Brian Ickler is hoping to use the NASCAR Camping World Series East as a launching pad. Performances like Saturday night at historic Greenville Pickens Speedway certainly don’t hurt his cause, as Ickler led nearly every lap from start to finish in winning the season opening NASCAR Home Tracks 150 presented by Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet. Ickler recorded his fourth career NASCAR Camping World Series East victory and seventh NASCAR Camping World Series victory overall. Veteran Jody Lavender scored a career-best second-place finish, while Eddie MacDonald finished third. Josh Richards and Brett Moffitt, both making their first career NASCAR starts, rounded out the top five.


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