Sunday - 6:55pm CT - Paul Kelley held off John Bolen and several others and scored his first career ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour win. Kelley was one of the few drivers that came to race this weekend with the focus on only the Five Flags Speedway track. After the race he talked about it.
"We came down here on Thursday and watched it rain for a couple of days," said Kelley. "It really helped us focus on this track by practicing here on Saturday. "We have had some good runs here, but to finally get a win after several years really does feel good. I really have to thank Hedman Husler Hedders, they do so much for us and our racing program."
Hunter Robbins had a strong car and was leading, but a lap car spun and took him out just after halfway. That's all from Five Flags Speedway, check out Speed51.com for more information later this week. Here are the results for the "Estrol Oil 100" goodnight!
123Paul Kelley 22John Bolen 341T J Reaid 410Ryan Crane 592Jason Hogan 6151Brandon Carlson 717Patrick Long 804Jerrod Foley 938Josh Hamner 107-11Max Gresham 1140Taylor Satterfield 1239HFriday Hasler Jr. 1340MTyler Miles 1439Scott Patton 1533Jeff Choquette 1607George Crenshaw 1728Lee Langford 1827Jason Young 1924Parker Hammons 20127Ronnie Smith 2121Ricky Vice 2207FBlake Ferguson 236Hunter Robbins 2428HTerry Horak 2563Austin Pickens 2639C J Faison 2710Johanna Long 2816Brandon Odom 2911Logan Boyett 3031Tyler Millwood DNS28BSean Bass Sunday - 3:35pm CT - Speed 51 Radio is getting ready to provide live flag-to-flag coverage of today's race on RaceTalkRadio.com. Be sure to listen in as Elgin Traylor, Wesley Outland and Doc Love broadcast the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour "Estrol Oil 100". You can click here to listen to the race broadcast We invite you to switch over to listen live. We will have the results after the race.
Sunday - 3:30pm CT - Here are the results from qualifying. The new top six will be TJ Reaid and Tyler Millwood on the front row, Jason Young and Johanna Long in the second row, and Paul Kelley and Josh Hamner.
11151Brandon Carlson17.052 1440Taylor Satterfield17.101 2107George Crenshaw17.401 2507FBlake Ferguson 17.526 3039HFriday Hasler Jr.18.290
Sunday - 3:22pm CT - Josh Hamner has won the pole for the today's race. After the re-draw he will start sixth. We will have the full rundown in a minute.
Sunday - 2:15pm CT - ASA SAT teams are putting on tires in preparation for qualifying. We will have those results after time trials.
Sunday - 2:00pm CT - Speed 51 Radio is getting ready to provide live flag-to-flag coverage of today's race on RaceTalkRadio.com. Be sure to listen in as Elgin Traylor, Wesley Outland and Doc Love broadcast the ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour "Estrol Oil 100". You can click here to listen to the race broadcast We invite you to switch over to listen live when we get closer to race time. We are anticipating a 3:30pm Central time start. That's 4:30pm for you on the east coast.
Sunday - 1:43pm CT - As we finished the practice session Jeff Choquette got a piece of the wall in turn two. He had to be brought in on the wrecker after the incident. The team is hard at work getting things square for qualifying. Also Johanna Long went for a spin on the backstretch. Her car looked fine as the ASA SAT teams prep for qualifying.
Sunday - 1:38pm CT - We have to give Patrick Long some credit as he come to the ASA SAT tour this weekend having run lots of left and right course in his career. He is a former America Le Mans Series winner and he ran in the 10 in this years 24 hours of Daytona. Last night Patrick never got to run a lap as his car lost power prior to the green flag. He's back today and hopes for better results.
Several drivers chose to run this event and not the race at Mobile. Paul Kelley was one of those drivers. He was among the fastest car in each round of practice. Here are the speed from the last practice.
7-11Max Gresham17.145 2John Bolen17.156 38Josh Hamner17.159 11Logan Boyett17.168 10Ryan Crane17.172 33Jeff Choquette17.174 10Johanna Long17.184 23Paul Kelley17.206 92Jason Hogan17.254 27Jason Young 17.262
Sunday - 1:00pm CT - Here are the fast 10 from the first round of practice.
Sunday - 12:45pm CT - Here are the list of the cars that are here for today's race. We are still checking to see if we have any additional entries. The first round of practice is in the books, the local cars are taking their turn on the track.
2John Bolen 04Jerrod Foley 6Hunter Robbins 07George Crenshaw 10Johanna Long 10Ryan Crane 11Logan Boyett 16Brandon Odom 17Patrick Long 23Paul Kelley 24Parker Hammons 27Jason Young 28Lee Langford 31Tyler Millwood 33Jeff Choquette 38Josh Hamner 39C J Faison 39Scott Patton 40Taylor Satterfield 41T J Reaid 63Austin Pickens 92Jason Hogan 127Ronnie Smith 151Brandon Carlson 7-11Max Gresham 07FBlake Ferguson 28BSean Bass 28HTerry Horak 39HFriday Hasler Jr. 40MTyler Miles
Sunday - 12:10pm CT - The drivers meeting has just wrapped up and one new rule has been added. Starting with this event any time the race is inside 10 laps to go the field will go from a normal double-file restart to a single file restart. Last night the all the driver ran well with the double-file starts until the late stages of the event.
The cars are rolling on the track for the first round of practice. Today will be a very fast paced event with both ASA SAT officials and Five Flags Speedway officials looking to get drivers on the road after the event as soon as they can.
Sunday - 11:22am CT - Max Gresham had an amazing drive from 16th to to the front to score his first career ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour win. If Gresham can score another win tonight he will pocket an additional $1,000 dollar bonus.
Sunday - 11:15am CT - Last night Josh Hamner had a car that races only dream about. The 2008 Blizzard Super Late Model champion led most of the race before tire problems sent him back through the pack in the middle of the race. He did rebound to battle for the lead late in the race before contact with DJ Vanderlay sent them both off along with a bunch of other cars in the third turn.
Hamner still found reason to smile as he comes back to his favorite track Five Flags Speedway. He feels that they can make up for last night with a win today.
Sunday - 10:52am CT - Today's race will be live on RaceTalkRadio.com just like last night's event. In case you missed the action last night you can listen to the full race or just the highlights from Mobile International Speedway (AL). Today's broadcast with Elgin Traylor, Wesley Outland and Doc Love is expected to go on the the air 3:30pm Central Time.
Sunday - 10:45am CT - Good morning from Five Flags Speedway! We have taken a 60 plus mile trip to the east for the second leg of this weekends RC Cola / MoonPie ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour doubleheader. The pits are alive with nearly 30 cars and the big buzz is about what went down last night in Mobile. The final two laps of the race where filled with action and heartbreak. In the end Max Gresham went to victory lane and getting by John Bolen on the final lap of the event.
Here is a brief rundown of today's events
11:45am Drivers Meeting
Qualifying will follow and the Estrol Oil 100 is expected to go green around 3;30pm.