SPEED51.COM AND MOD SERIES SCENE ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP
Read Stories on Speed51.com and Discuss Them on Mod Series Scene Forums
Two websites that are familiar to fans of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour have joined forces to give fans a better voice on the Internet.  Speed51.com and Mod Scene Scene have announced an alignment to make MSS the Official Modified Fan Forum of Speed51.  The fan forum at MSS will replace the current 51 Modified message board and both sites will contain links to each other.
Campbell, who has controlled the maintenance for MSS since founder Lou Cady passed away in September of 2004. “We look forward to furthering this relationship more in the future.”

The real winners in this relationship will be Modified fans who can keep up with the latest news and race recaps on Speed51.com and then go and share their own thoughts on the MSS forum.

“I see Modified Tour drivers, crew members and fans posting on Mod Series Scene all of the time,” said Mike Twist, Speed51.com Northeastern correspondent.  “I know that there are even more lurkers out there as well.  Mod Series Scene really is the ‘town hall’ of the Modified community and at Speed51.com we try to be the ‘newspaper’ of that community, so to be able to come together is really a great thing.”

First established in 1999 by Lou Cady, Mod Series Scene (MSS) has become the unofficial home of the Modified Tour, giving fans a place where they can read and discuss the latest happenings of their favorite Modified drivers and teams.

Speed51.com has become a leader in online Motorsports information by focusing on the Short Track Racing realm.  51 realized nearly five years ago that there was a void in the industry for news and behind-the-scenes stories.  Now, 51 is viewed by thousands of fans per day.  The site fuels your Short Track appetite for NASCAR's Grand National and Elite Divisions, NASCAR Modifieds Tours, the USAR Pro Cup Series, Super Late Models from all across the country and much more.

51 Sports, publisher of Speed51.com, is continually signing up clients for its Sports Services and Web Design work for 2005 and beyond.  51 offers everything from single-time press releases to full campaigns, website development and much more.  If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us through www.speed51.com.

CLICK HERE To Visit The Mod Series Scene Message Boards



Love the Mods?  You can now talk about them at the official Mod Message Boards of Speed51.com at Mod Series Scene.
“Mod Series Scene has done a bunch for the modified world over the years and we at Speed51.com are big fans of theirs,” said Speed51.com founder and SPEED Channel personality Bob Dillner.  “This partnership will be a perfect fit to help for us to help build the media coverage of the Mod Squad even more.  Together we can bring their readers and ours together to view the message boards and show them our style of behind-the-scenes coverage Speed51.com gives the Modified Series'.

“We’re pleased and excited to join forces with an organization as renowned as Speed 51,” said Amie
The ASA Late Model Series will stay in the Hoosier State for the next two events. Race number seven of 15 in the 2005 schedule will see the cars and stars of the series make the trip to the famed Indianapolis (IN) Raceway Park on Saturday July 30th. The A.S.I. Limited 100 Presented by Howe Racing Enterprises and Holloway Sportswear is up next. The night will also be Lucas Oil Night at the Races. The traveling USA Modifieds Series will join the ASALM Series.

Then the Baer Field (IN) Speedway in Fort Wayne, Indiana will host the ASA Late Model Series for the second time this season on Friday August 5th for the eighth annual International Gold Cup 100.

GIBSON CHEVROLET 100
Illiana Speedway, Schererville, IN
1. 89 Stephen Leicht 100
2. 29 Brian Campbell 100
3. 2 Chad Wood 100
4. 53 Bobby Stremme 100
5. 70 Ryan Tedesco 100
6. 15 Doug Mahlik 100
7. 23 Kris Stump 100
8. 111 Chase Austin 100
9. 11 Peter Cozzolino 100
10 6 Jason Dietsch 100
11.97 Jason Tyler 100
12. 7 Landon Cassill 100
13. 92 Travis Dassow 99
14. 25 Brent Downey 99
15. 81 Jesse Smith 99
16. 84 Brett Piontek 99
17. 76 Pete Moore 99
18. 21 Joey Dennewitz 99
19. 31 Derek Bischak 98
20. 55 Tony Rosebrugh 98
21. 3 Bill Tomlinson 96
22. 80 Tony D’Ambrose 93
23. 28 Jack Smith 87
24. 93 Doug True 52
25. 32 Ryan Carlson 39
26. 90 Keeton Hanks 36



Chad Wood (left) and Brian Campbell (right) joined Leicht on the podium at Illiana.
Campbell settled for second as Chad Wood, Bobby Stremme, Ryan Tedesco, Doug Mahlik, Kris Stump, Austin, Cozzolino, and Dietsch would round out the top 10. Earlier in the evening, Campbell established the track record at Illiana for the ASA Late Model Series in the series’ inaugural appearance at the Schererville, Indiana oval. Campbell’s lap was a 19.731 which measures out to 91.22 MPH. Also earlier in the evening, Dusty Woodie led all 25 laps to give the Coshocton, Ohio driver his first ever series win in the GM Performance Parts Shootout. Greg Nienhouse was second over Mark Hartline, Bob Johnson, and Nick Mahlik, the top five.