51's Weekend Update
Races, and a Title, Are Won
ACT Late Model Series – Eddie MacDonald won his first ACT Late Model event at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME) on Saturday night affer a late-race pass for the lead.  MacDonald barely held off the rapidly charging weekly Oxford duo of Ricky Rolfe and Travis Adams.  1) MacDonald  2) Rolfe  3) Adams  4) Roger Brown  5) Jean Paul Cyr

ARCA RE/MAX Series – With the hammer down and plenty of gas in the tank, ARCA RE/MAX Series regular Jeremy Clements drove away from Ganassi Racing's Bryan Clauson to win the Toyota ARCA 150 Saturday afternoon at Nashville Superspeedway.  1) Clements  2) Clauson  3) Frank Kimmel  4) Cale Gale  5) Brian Keselowski

ASA Late Model, South Series – Corey Williams showed that he can win in PASS South three times this season and now he has shown that he can win in ASA Late Models.  Driving the #40 entry of David Stremme, Williams won at Orange County Speedway in his first ever series start.  1) Williams  2) Sean Murphy  3) Jeff Choquette  4) Beau Slocumb  5) Tommy King

ASA Midwest Series - Dan Fredrickson continued his Summer hot streak as he took the lead in dramatic fashion, with just a few laps to go as he won the American Speed Association Kwik Trip Midwest Tour's Shakopee 100 at Raceway Park in Shakopee, MN.  1) Fredrickson  2) Adam Royle  3) Steve Carlson  4) Jamie Iverson  5) Nathan Haseleu

Late Models - Kip Stockwell made it back-to-back main event victories at Thunder Road Speedbowl (VT), taking Thursday’s 50-lap NAPA Auto Parts/Make-A-Wish Trophy Dash for the American- Canadian Tour Late Model division.  Stockwell steadily held off the challenges of John Donahue and Shawn Fleury of for his third win of the season.

“I dream at night about winning at Thunder Road,” said an emotional Stockwell as he climbed out of his Sabil & Sons/Stockwell’s Garage Chevrolet.  “I love this place, and the last two weeks have been unbelievable.”

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour - With a motor that overpowered clutch problems, Ted Christopher broke a year-long winless streak on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour by holding off Todd Szegedy to win the the New England Dodge Dealers 150 Saturday night at Stafford Motor Speedway (CT).  1) Christopher  2) Szegedy  3) Mike Stefanik  4) Doug Coby  5) Donny Lia

PASS North Super Late Models - Mike Rowe, of Turner, ME, won the Atlantic Cat 250 Saturday night at Scotia Speedworld. Rowe Starting from the 12th spot worked his way through traffic to win his second 250-lap race in Nova Scotia this summer. He also won the IWK 250 at Riverside Speedway in James River, NS.  1) M. Rowe  2) Travis Benjamin  3) Johnny Clark  4) Donald Chisholm  5) Adam Bates

Pro Late Models - Hunter Robbins won Saturday's 100-lap Viper Series Pro Late Model race at South Alabama Speedway.  1) Robbins  2) DuWayne Middelbrooks  3) Ronnie Sanders  4) Korey Ruble  5) Trey Mitchell

True Value Modified Racing Series – Jon McKennedy scored his first TVMRS victory at Canaan Fair Speedway (NH) on Saturday night.  1) McKennedy  2) Les Hinckley  3) Rob Goodenough  4) Ed Dauchenhausen  5) Kirk Alexander

USAR Pro Cup North – Jeff Agnew picked up a long-overdue USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series win at South Boston Speedway on Saturday night. The Virginia native wrestled the lead away from Benny Gordon on Lap 147 of the Miller Lite 250 and never looked back en route to his first win of the season.  By finishing third, Gary St. Amant clinched the 2007 USAR Pro Cup Northern Division title.  1) Agnew  2) Gordon  3) St. Amant  4) Derek Kale  5) Matt Carter

World of Outlaw Sprints – Donny Schatz dominated the 47th Annual SuperClean Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway on Saturday night.  Schatz survived a couple of tense moments with Terry McCarl on Lap 18 before surging to a huge lead and driving away with his second consecutive title — and $150,000 — in sprint car racing’s biggest event.  1) Schatz  2) Joey Saldana  3) Terry McCarl  4) Craig Dollansky  5) Paul McMahan