Saturday, 1:30am CT - Sorry we had some Internet issues. Preston Peltier told Speed51.com after the race "This is it i am done, I have gone so far in debt trying to make this work I can't do it anymore." We will have more from Peltier later this week on Speed51.com
So as we here the Kenny Chesney concert off in the distance we wrap things up from Nashville as Ryan Crane take the victory lane in post race tech. here are the full results good night.
110Ryan Crane 274Jay Middleton 398Russell Fleeman 42John Bolen 515David Elliott 690Kenton Hanks 7O5Gene Kirila 851CBrandon Carlson 9O4Jarrod Foley 1084Mike Alexander 1170Jeff Choquette 1297John Weston 1351Joel Anderson 14O7Jeremy Mullinax 1540MTyler Miles 1647Chris Fontaine 171Stephan McCurley 1833Dillon Oliver 1931Tyler Millwood 2044Michael Pope 2140Taylor Satterfield 2226Bubba Pollard 2347SDakota Stroupe 2471Johnny Braizer DQ5Preston Peltier
Saturday, 11:11pm CT - Sorry thing took so long for us to get back online. After the race Preson Peltier got the checkered flag and the guitar from the Music City Motorplex. Post race tech revealed that Peltier had an illegal cold air box on his car. Peltier was disqualified and the victory was given to Ryan Crane his second victory of the week.
Saturday, 9:30pm CT - Preston Peltier has won the "RC Cola / MoonPie 100" We will have more. stay tuned...
Saturday, 9:27pm CT - GREEN FLAG is back one more time this time Peltier gets away again. back in the pits John Bolen moves into fifth.
Saturday, 9:23pm CT - GREEN FLAG is back out and Preston Peltier gets away clean on the restart. but behind them Dillon Oliver spun into the wall.
Crane had a little run going, but the caution slowed him down.
Saturday, 9:16pm CT - The caution comes out with 11 to go and Jeff Choquette stopped in the third turn, he had been dropping back through the pack in the last twenty laps.
Preston Peltier will have one more restart to fend off the other cars. Ryan Crane had a great start after the last yellow.
Saturday, 9:13pm CT - No change with 15 to go it's been all Preston Peltier tonight here in Nashville.
Saturday, 9:11pm CT - Lap traffic allowed Crane to close in, but Peltier pulled back out a bit as we have less then 20 to go. Peltier is going to be hard to beat.
Saturday, 9:09pm CT - Choquette has fallen back to fifth and he is in danger of losing that spot. Up front Ryan Crane is not letting Preston Peltier get away much. with 25 to go Peltier still leads by 10 car lengths.
Saturday, 9:05pm CT - The clean up took some time here and a few cars have gone behind the wall for the night. One car that is still going strong is Preston Peltier again pulled away on the restart. The passes that were made on the last restart were voided, but for a second time Ryan Crane has taken second away from Choquette.
Saturday, 8:59pm CT - The order before the restart will be Peltier, Choquette, Crane, Middleton, and Hanks. Russell Fleeman is sixth as we get ready to go back to green.
GREEN FLAG is back out and Peltier takes off again. Ryan Cran took second away and Jay Middleton cme around just as the yellow came out again. Michael Pope, Taylor Satterfield and Jeremy Mullinax got tangled up hard. It all started when Joel Anderson checked up and it caused a big mess. Pope's car is tore up bad and it sits in turn three.
Saturday, 8:52pm CT - at lap 60 Crane tried the low side for third and then second. He nearly lost it coming off turn two. He can't finally clears for third. Lap 64 YELLOW FLAG Brandon Carlson who came up from Florida spun and back it into the wall on the front stretch.
Saturday, 8:48pm CT - We are just past halfway and Preston Peltier is showing some big time power. He has a half straight-away lead on a tight group of Choquette, Hanks, Crane, Middleton and Fleeman.
Saturday, 8:44pm CT - Russell Fleeman has fallen back as Ryan Crane and Jay Middleton take fourth and fifth. We are approaching halfway.
Saturday, 8:42pm CT - GREEN FLAG is back out and the field is bunched up. Peltier Pulls away as Hanks jumps out on Choquette for second, but he has to fall back in line.
Saturday, 8:38pm CT - Lap 38 YELLOW FLAG Bubba Pollard back it into the turn three wall. Video replay shows that there was contact with Stephan McCurely.
Taylor Satterfield came to pit road and they have the hood up on on the 40 car.
Saturday, 8:34pm CT - At 25 laps no change up front Peltier still leads as Choquette is 15 car lengths back. Chris Fontaine has lost a lap early on it looks as if the car is not handling to his liking.
Ryan Crane did get into fifth a little after 25 laps, he has a ways to go to chase down the leaders. Peltier is now lapping Taylor Satterfield.
Saturday, 8:30pm CT - Russell Fleeman is now fourth as Ryan Crane is hounding Mike Alexander Jr. for fifth.
Saturday, 8:28pm CT - Peltier still leads after ten laps Choquette, Keeton Hanks, Mike Alexander Jr. and Russell Fleeman round out the top five.
Saturday, 8:25pm CT - GREEN FLAG is out and the race is on. Jeff Choquette leads the charge to turn one, he will lead lap one. a lot of good racing in mid pack as Preston Peltier goes to second and tries for the lead on lap 3.and he will get it.
Saturday, 8:18pm CT - Engines have fired and cars are rolling here in Nashville. Dakota Stroupe had some issues and was late getting to the gird. He will race and he rolls off 21st.
Saturday, 7:30pm CT - The "RC Cola / MoonPie 100" will be underway in a bit. Right now teams are bringing their crash carts to pit road. We will have an autograph session before we go green. we;ll be back in a few minutes.
Saturday, 7:20pm CT - Rolling off third will be Mike Alexander Jr., his dad finished 12th in the last Sprint Cup race that was held here in 1984. Geoff Bodine won that final race here at the fairgrounds Darrell Waltrip was second and Dale Earnhardt was third.
Saturday, 7:10pm CT - We can't express how bad of a weekend that Taylor Satterfield is having. They wrecked at Peach State on Thursday and they were 25th in qualifying this afternoon. He did have a similar night to this at Senoia, he started deep in the field and finished in the top five.
Jay Middleton may lead the overall points, but Michael Pope leads the Blue Ridge region. Pope had solid runs at Watermelon Capital and Senoia Speedway. Pope leads by five points over Middleton and Satterfield.
Saturday, 6:50pm CT - The support division cars are on the track, there are two features prior to the "RC Cola / MoonPie 100"
Saturday, 6:10pm CT - Well the redraw was a little uneventful Choquette keeps the pole and Hanks keeps the outside. Mike Alexander Jr. will roll off 3rd and Preston Peltier and Russell Fleeman round out the draw.
Saturday, 6:00pm CT - Here are the results from qualifying, again there will be a re-draw among the top five cars. That will set the line up for the feature event.
851CBrandon Carlson18.940 11O7Jeremy Mullinax18.987 131Stephan McCurley19.011 2147SDakota Stroupe 19.353 2540Taylor Satterfield19.805
Saturday, 5:50pm CT - Jeff Choquette has won the pole for tonight's race... There will be a redraw and we will all of that information in a few minutes.
Saturday, 4:30pm CT - We are heading trackside for the drivers meeting and we will be back after qualifying which is slatted for 5:15pm
Saturday, 4:20pm CT - Guys like Bubba Pollard, Stephan McCurley, Michael Pope, Gene Kirila and Taylor Satterfield are all making thier first Nashville start today.
Saturday, 3:55pm CT - Angela Ross will be performing here tonight at the Music City Motorplex. She is a new and up coming signer and songwriter originally from Knoxville, TN. We will give you our opinion after the pre race show.
click on the link below for more info about Angela Ross.
Saturday, 3:45pm CT - The local division have wrapped up their practice, they will qualify at the top of the hour.
Saturday, 2:45pm CT - Practice is now in the books here are the speeds from the final round. We are going to take a break as the ASA cars are off the track until qualifying at 5:15pm CT
1040Taylor Satterfield19.677 1351CBrandon Carlson19.777 1547SDakota Stroupe 20.087 165Preston PeltierNo Time 1998Russell FleemanNo Time 2384Mike AlexanderNo Time
Saturday, 2:18pm CT - Here are the speeds from the third practice. We can see now that Preston Peltier has a pretty good hot rod as he is the fastest in two of the three sessions that have been run.
951CBrandon Carlson19.604 1147SDakota Stroupe 19.623 17O7Jeremy Mullinax20.011 2084Mike AlexanderNo Time 2271Johnny BraizerNo Time 2447Chris FontaineNo Time 2540Taylor SatterfieldNo Time
Saturday, 1:50pm CT - John Bolen has been out in both his crate motor car and his 9:1 car as well. Searching for speed is the name of the game here today at the Music City Motorplex.
Stephan McCurley is knocking on the door for a top ten time here in practice, each week the youngster comes from Texas to race with the ASA Southeast Series. This week they put at least a thousand miles on their rig getting to Nashville.
Saturday, 1:45pm CT - Here are the speeds from practice number two.
101Stephan McCurley19.528 1451CBrandon Carlson19.608 15O7Jeremy Mullinax19.622 2247SDakota Stroupe no time 2347Chris Fontaineno time 2440Taylor Satterfieldno time 255Preston Peltierno time
Saturday, 1:30pm CT - We told you that the Music City Motorplex has been in operation for 50 years. On July 3rd the tracks first champion "Bullet" Bob Reuther passed away. We at Speed51.com send on condolences to the Reuther family.
Saturday, 1:15pm CT - Here are the practice speeds after round one. We can tell you that Keeton Hanks had a 18.904 last night in final practice. The weather was much cooler when he broke the 19 second mark.
647SDakota Stroupe 19.460 751CBrandon Carlson19.504 111Stephan McCurley19.671 2040Taylor Satterfield20.421 2370Jeff Choquetteno time 2598Russell Fleemanno time
Saturday, 1:00pm CT - After the first 30 minute session we saw practically every car on the track. We will have times as soon as we can.
Saturday, 12:00pm CT - We are heading trackside for the drivers meeting and practice, we will back in a while.
Saturday, 11:55am CT - We have a lot of good stories to tell you from the pits. Ryan Crane is here after winning on Thursday night at Peach State Speedway (GA). ASA SAT regular John Bolen was one of the fastest cars in practice last night, he looks to win after he was stripped of his victory last week in Pensecola, FL.
List of drivers here today
11Stephan McCurley 22John Bolen 35Preston Peltier 410Ryan Crane 515David Elliott 626Bubba Pollard 731Tyler Millwood 833Dillon Oliver 940Taylor Satterfield 1044Michael Pope 1147Chris Fontaine 1251Joel Anderson 1370Jeff Choquette 1471Johnny Braizer 1574Jay Middleton 1684Mike Alexander 1790Keeton Hanks 1897John Weston 1998Russell Fleeman 2040MTyler Miles 2147SDakota Stroupe 2251CBrandon Carlson 23O4Jarrod Foley 24O5Gene Kirila 25O7Jeremy Mullinax
Saturday, 11:45am CT - Good Morning from Nashville, TN! We don't need a jaunty tune to get this day started because we are in the heart of county music! Today history meet youth as the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour invades the Music City Motorplex for their seventh race of the season. ASA SAT is the new kid on the block, while the Music City Motorplex has been in operation for 50 years.
Here is a look at today's schedule:
Pit Pass/Registration opens 9:30am
Pits Open 10:00am
Tech Opens (Mandatory) 10:15am
Pre Practice Drivers Meeting 12:15pm
Practice for ASA Cars Only12:30-2:30pm Break every Half hour to clear Gate.
Clear Infield 2:30-2:45pm
MCM DIVISION PRACTICE
Legends Semi Pro 2:45-3:05pm
Legends Pro/Master 3:05-3:20pm
MCM DIVISION QUALIFYING
Legends Semi Pro 4:00-4:10pm
Legends Pro/Master 4:10-4:20pm
Pre Qualifying Tech ASA 2:45-4:15pm
Chapel Service 4:40pm
Drivers Meeting (MANDATORY) 4:55pm
Qualifying ASA 5:15pm
Clear InfieldImmediately Following ASA Qualifying
Opening Ceremonies 6:00pm
** PIT ROW INTERVIEWS** FAST TIME AWARDS**TV PROMOS
**SPONSOR PRESENTATIONS**COMPETITOR INTERVIEWS**ETC
** ENTERTAINMENT**MUSIC CITY STOCK CAR EXPERIENCE**
LAST CHANCE ASA 25 laps (if necessary)
Legends Semi Pro 20 laps
Legends Pro/Master 25 laps
Thunderstox 20 laps
**** INTERMISSION- CHANGE WALLS****
ASA SOUTHEAST ASPHALT TOUR RC COLA/MOON PIE 100
Driver introsApprox 8:30-9:00pm
DRIVERS START YOUR ENGINES