51's Weekend Update
Who Won and What Happened
ARCA - Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., in the No. 99 RoushFenway.com Ford, got the best of Scott Speed over the course of three late-race restarts to earn his career first ARCA RE/MAX Series victory in only his sixth series start Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway.

The Olive Branch, Mississippi driver not only left with the top trophy, he also left with the point lead by a slim five point margin over Frank Kimmel.  1) Stenhouse  2) Scott Speed  3) Ryan Fischer  4) Ken Butler III  5) John Wes Townley

ASALM South - Bluffton, South Carolina driver Jimmy Lang won his third consecutive ASA Late Model Series Southern Division feature in three starts Saturday night.  The 19-year-old took the lead from pole-sitter Justin Larson on Lap 17 of the Watermelon Bowl 100 under threatening Georgia skies and then lost the rest of the field en route to a convincing 3.607 second win over hometown favorite Beau Slocumb at Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, Georgia.  1)  Lang  2) Slocumb  3) David Odell  4) Colt James  5) Dustin Dunn

ASA Southeast - Jay Middleton went to victory lane at Bronson Motor Speedway in Saturday night’s Gator 100 RC Cola / MoonPie ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour.  Middleton led most of the 100 lap race and help of countless charges by Daniel Keene Jr. to score his first ASA SAT win.  1) Middleton  2) Keene  3) Tyler Milwood  4) Chris Fontaine  5) Kurt Jett

Mods - Mike Stefanik was the big winner of the first of the All-Star Modified events at All-Star Speedway (NH) Saturday night.  Andy Seuss got to within a foot of victory over Stefanik, but Stefanik beat Seuss by a nerf bar at the stripe.  1) Stefanik  2) Seuss 3) Ronnie Silk  4) Tommy Cravenho  5) Jon McKennedy

PASS South – 15-year-old Zach Stroupe became the youngest-ever winner in PASS South Super Late Modlel history on Saturday night by taking his first SLM victory in the “Mom 150” at Motor Mile Speedway (VA).  Stroupe qualified second to Corey Williams, redrew fifth, and took the lead for the first time on lap 29.  Trevor Sanborn took the lead on a mid-race restart, but when he and Alex Haase tangled several laps later, Stroupe found himself back up front and held off the advances of Corey Williams down the stretch for the win.  1) Stroupe  2) Williams  3) Haase  4) Heath Hindman  5) Sanborn

Sunbelt – Rookie Matt Bowers won his first-ever Sunbelt Super Late Model Series event Friday night at Orlando SpeedWorld (FL), but it was not without some fireworks late in the race.  With only two laps to go, Bowers was out front when he and Justin Drawdy got together coming down the backstretch with both spinning.  Bowers was put back to the point and Drawdy was sent to the rear.  Bowers went on to the victory on the final restart over Tim Russell and Jeremy Colangelo.  1) Bowers  2) Russell  3) Colangelo  4) David Rogers  5) Sam Watts