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Catch Up With Who Has Been Winning Where This Weekend
Last Updated: Monday, 6-16, 8:30am ET

ACT Quebec Series - Serie ACT Castrol stock car driver Donald Theetge of Boischatel, QC won a caution-filled Coors Light
100 at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jct., QC Saturday night.  Theetge started seventh in the 26-car field and took the lead from
Daniel Descoste on lap 7, then survived 17 caution periods and a race-long duel with St-Nicolas, QC driver Yvon Bedard for the

The pair traded the lead six times during the Coors Light 100 before the checkered flag flew.

Advance Auto Parts Pro Truck Series - With 14 laps to go, Logan Bordeau took the lead and went on to win in Advance Auto Parts Pro Truck action at Orlando Speedway (FL).  1) Bordeau  2) Keith Lilley  3) Barry Bartlett  4) Tyler Laing  5) George Gorham

ARCA RE/MAX Series - ARCA RE/MAX Series rookie Justin Lofton led the final 11 circuits Saturday at Michigan Int'l Speedway to win the Racing For Wildlife 200.

Lofton, in the Lofton Cattle Dodge, capitalized on the late-race misfortunes of Sean Caisse and then kept Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. at bay to earn his career-first series victory in only his eighth series attempt.

Caisse, who led 51 of 100 laps, was leading with 12 laps to go when the Pelham, New Hampshire rookie made an unscheduled pit stop to replace a left-rear tire that had gone flat. Caisse, in the Shigeaki Hattori-owned Toyota, went one lap down in the exchange and finished 19th.  1) Loftin  2) Stenhouse  3) Frank Kimmel  4) Scott Speed 5) Brian Scott

ASA Late Model Series Challenge Division - Another thriller at Berlin Raceway saw Brian Campbell win his first ASA LM Challenge Series event of the season. Berlin is Campbell's hometrack and it showed. He passed Robbie Pyle for the lead with 15-laps to go after coming from the rear of the pack from an early race spin. Peter Cozzolino took over the series point lead with a second place finish.  Defending series champ Travis Dassow was third. Sean Murphy, who had won the first three ASA Challenge races of the season, tangled with Robbie Pyle coming to the line. The finish is still unofficial.

ASA Midwest Tour - Massive flooding in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa area postponed Friday's Keith Fleck Miller 100 to a later date.  Click here for full story

ASA RC Cola/Moon Pie Southeast Asphalt Tour - Jay Middleton won Saturday night at Dillon Motor Speedway and Speed51.com was there to bring you all of the details.


CRA Super Series - Jeff Lane jumped out to an early lead over pole sitter Zach Taylor in the Ivy Tech 125 [resented by Great Deals, before an accident right in front of the leaders gathered him up and ended his day on lap 17.  Brian Rievley took the lead on lap 17 and held it until a bump with a lap car sent him spinning into the turn 1 wall on lap 109, giving the lead to Rick Turner who went on to win his second CRA Super Series race at Anderson Speedway.  1) Turner  2) Jason Shively  3) Scott Hantz  4) Boris Jurkovic  5) Rievley

Georgia Asphalt Series - The Georgia Asphalt Series was in action at New Senoia Speedway (GA) on Saturday night and Ryan Sieg won the feature event.  1) Seig  2) Russell Fleeman  3) Bubba Pollard  4) Mazx Gresham  5) T.J. Reaid.

Late Models - Jessica Murphy won Saturday night's Late Model 50 lapper at New Smyrna Speedway (FL).  1) Murphy  2) Drew Brannon  3) Chad Akins  4) Austin Kirkpatrick  5) Gary Fountain

Modifieds - Not soon after practice was run, heavy rains pounded Mahoning Valley Speedway (PA) and track officials were left with no choice but to call off the night of racing.  The next event in the Modified 500 Series will be on Friday night, July 4. The Firecracker Modified 100, a 100-lap $3000 to win feature for the Modifieds will be the top billing.

NASCAR Canadian Tire Series - J.R. Fitzpatrick (No. 84 Fitzpatrick Motorsports Chevrolet) used his one and only chance to get to Victory Lane for the first time since Edmonton last July. The chance came on the final lap of the Dickies 200 presented by Lucas Oil at Mosport International Raceway when he had to work past two cars on a wet race track. On that final lap, the Cambridge, Ont., driver overtook D.J. Kennington (No. 17 Castrol/NPP Dodge) and teammate Don Thomson Jr. (No. 4 Home Hardware Chevrolet).  1) Fitzpatrick  2) Kennington  3) Thomson  4) Scott Stekley  5) Alex Tagliani

PASS- Due to inclement weather, the Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model. Modified, and Pluffybilt Sportsman Series Sportsman division events scheduled for Wiscasset Raceway on Sunday have been postponed to a later date. UPDATE, 6/16 - The event has been rescheduled for next Sunday, 6/22.

Pro Challenge - Clint King and Nick Stroupe put on a show for the lead on Saturday night at Dillon Motor Speedway, with King edging Stroupe at the finish for the victory.  Speed51.com was there to bring you all of the details.


RoC Modifieds - Early afternoon thunderstorms that rolled through the Perry, NY area on Saturday afternoon left enough moisture behind which made the task of running the races on Saturday impossible. Officials of the Wyoming County International Speedway waited as long as they could to make a decision due to the quality field of Race of Champions Dart Asphalt Modifieds that had already assembled. Unfortunately the decision to cancel the show was made a couple of hours ahead of the scheduled starting time due to saturated grounds from the rain. At this time no make – up date has been announced.

SK Modifieds - The 35th Annual Coors Light SK Modified® 100 at Stafford Motor Speedway (CT) played out perfectly for Ted Christopher in the game of numbers.  On Friday, June 13th, Christopher drove car number 13 to his 100th career feature victory at Stafford by winning the Coors Light SK Modified® 100.  1) T. Christopher  2) Woody Pitkat  3) Tom Bolles   4) Keith Rocco  5) Frank Ruocco

Super Late Models - 16-year-old PASS North regular Derek Ramstrom won Thursday night's NASCAR Whelen All American Series Pro Stock (Super Late Model) feature at Thompson International Speedway (CT).

Super Late Models - In the Irving Lubricants "Best of the Best" feature at Speedway 660 near Fredricton, New Brunswick some familiar faces showed up to compete in the two race "Best of the Best" series. Tour drivers, Lonnie Sommerville in the #23, and Craig Slaunwhite in the #23S, began the race leading the field. The pair battled it out for eight laps until the familiar yellow hood of Dave O'Blenis, in the #48, charged past Slaunwhite to take the second spot on lap nine. Sommervile continued to hold on to the lead position through the race, right up until lap 79 when the #28 Ford of Kirk Thibeau appeared on his passenger side door long enough to pass
him. Thibeau would go on to win the race while Sommerville finished in second. Rounding out the top three was the #8 Speedway 600 regular of Hal O'Neal.

True Value Modified Racing Series - Vinnie Annarummo (commonly known in New England as "Vinnie Who") won Saturday's TVMRS feature at his home track of Seekonk Speedway (MA).  1) Annarummo  2) Chris Pasteryak  3) Jon McKennedy  4) Les Hinckley  5) David Pinkham

UARA-STARS - Jamey Caudill won Saturday night's UARA-STARS Late Model Stock Car event at Hickory Motor Speedway (NC).  1) Caudill  2) BJ Mackey  3) Jake Crum  4) Kyle Grissom  5) Richard Boswell

USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series - After building leads of over two second in the final 100 laps on Saturday night at Mansfield Motorsports Park (OH), Jeff Agnew’s No. 73n Team 7 Ford sputtered on the final lap, allowing Derek Kale to sneak by in Turn 4 and pick up his first Hooters Pro Cup victory in his 35th start.  1) Kale  2) Mark McFarland  3) Gary St. Amant  4) Benny Gordon  5) Sam Fullone