51's Weekend Update
Who Won and What Happened
ASA LATE MODELS - Eddie Hoffman continued his mastery of Music City Motorplex in Nashville by winning Saturday nigth's ASA Late Model feature that helped make up the All-American 400 weekend.  1) Hoffman  2) Jacob Goede  3) Keeton Hanks  4) Jesse Smith  5) Trent Snyder

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CRA SUPER SERIES - John Van Doorn won the pole and bnacked that up with the race victory in Sunday's CRA portion of the All-American 400 weekend at Nashville's Music City Motorplex.  1) Van Doorn  2) Jason Hogan  3) Robbie Pyle  4) Eddie Mercer  %) Andy Hanson

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MODIFIEDS (JOHN BLEWETT, III MEMORIAL NORTH SOUTH SHOOTOUT) – For the second year in a row, young Matt Hirschman won the Modified man to beat at Concord Motorsports Park.  On Saturday night, he won the John Blewett, III Memorial North South Shootout at the track.  1) M. Hirschman  2)  Eric Beers  3) Bobby Santos, III  4) Burt Myers  5) Donny Lia

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MODIFIEDS – Jerry Symons took his #66 Modified to victory lane in Saturday night's Ed Meredith Memorial 100 at New Smyrna Speedway (FL).  1) Symons  2) Robbie Cooper  3) Lee Collins  4) James  Tucker  5) Arnold "Skip" Honaker  2

SUNBELT SUPER LATE MODEL SERIES – Patrick Conrad won after a rain-delay in Friday's Sunblet Super Late Model Series event at Orlando Speedworld (FL).  1) Conrad  2) Tim Russell  3) Dusty Cornelius  4) Brian Finney  5) James Powell III

UARA-STARS – BJ Mackey won Saturday night's season finale for the UARA-STARS Late Model Series at Caraway Speedway.  Ross Furr clinched the 2007 series championship, which was ensured when chief rival Mark Setzer crashed hard at the end of the race.  Setzer was not injured.  1) Mackey  2) Matt DiBenedetto 3) Roger Lee Newton  4) Matt McCall  5) Furr

USAR PRO CUP SERIES – Bobby Gill took care of any drama left in the championship battle by winning the Robert H. Brooks Aaron’s 250 presented by the NGA Hooters Pro Golf Tour at USA Int’l (Fla.) Speedway on Saturday night.

Gill, who needed a 15th-place finish to clinch the title, fought off a hard-charging Trevor Bayne on a late-race restart to claim his series-high 46th win and fourth Hooters Pro Cup National title. The title was Gill’s first since the 2001 season.  1) Gill  2) Bayne  3) James Buescher  4) Mark McFarland  5) Matt Hawkins