51's Weekend Update
Who Has Been Winning This Weekend
Compiled From Various Series and Track PR Reports
Updated - Monday, July 5th, 10:40am ET

ACT CASTROL - St-Felicien’s Karl Allard earns his third straight Série ACT Castrol Edge event in the Montmagny 250 at Autdrome Montmagny on Saturday, July 3. Allard came from the thirteenth starting position and took the lead on lap 64. He would lead the remainder of the 250 lap event. Sylvain Lacombe took second while Jonathan Urlin earned third.

ASA LM NORTH - Will be at the Grundy County Speedway in Morris, Illinois on Sunday July 4th for the Firecracker 150.

BIG 8 - Johnny Baumeister Jr. went wire-to-wire to march into the winner’s circle for the first time in his Big 8 Series career Friday night, staving off late race challenges from Ryan Goldade and Steve Rubeck to take the checkers in the ‘Gordie Boucher Fireworks 48’ at Madison International Speedway (WI).

CANADIAN TIRE - DJ Kennington beat Scott Steckly for the win in a thilling last lap pass at  St. Eustache in Quebec.

CARQUEST - Shawn Turple of Enfield, NS, returned to Scotia Speedworld’s victory lane after leading all 100 laps of the Lockhart Truck Center 100 on Saturday night. Fredericton’s Shawn Tucker battled hard in the end to try to take the victory from Turple, but came over the line 0.305 seconds after the 2009 CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour Champion. Mike MacKenzie end up in the final podium spot. Donald Chisholm and Kent Vincent rounded out the top five.

CRA SUPER SERIES Tommy St. John picked up his new car at Hamke on Monday, and led flag to flag to win the CRA Super Series, EMF Corp. 125 at Angola Motor Speedway.  Despite taking the lead from his outside front row starting position, St. John had to fight off first Scott Hantz and then Johnny VanDoorn who came from deep in the field to take second for many laps only to have his right rear tire go down with 10 laps to go allowing Hantz to get by him as the race wound down.  Hantz finished second, VanDoorn third, Terry Fisher, Jr fourth and Tyler Roahrig fifth.

CRA SPORTSMAN - Steve Minich, Jr. made it two in a row at Angola Motor Speedway taking the ProFab 75 with a last lap pass to win.  Derek Griffin finished second, Charlie Hanna third, Keith Sterkowitz fourth and Jason Atkinson fifth.

FAST – Thursday night’s Clyde Hart Memorial/Sunoco FAST 100 at New Smyrna Speedway (FL) has been cancelled due to weather. The event has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 4, 2010.

KEN-TEN - Sammy Sanders won both twin 50 Ken-Ten Pro Late Model races last night at Beech Bend Raceway Park (TN).

KNPSE -  Picking up where he left off at Infineon Raceway two weeks ago, Andrew Ranger returned to Victory Lane on a road course, this time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at Lime Rock Park.

Race leader Cole Whitt ran off the course after contact with Ranger on Lap 52 of the 66-circuit event. Ranger assumed the lead and gradually drove away, beating Whitt to the checkered flag by 5.899 seconds.

Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Max Gresham and Brett Moffitt finished third and fourth, respectively. Points leader Ryan Truex finished fifth.

KNPSW Auggie Vidovich captured his first career win in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West with a victory in the King Taco 200 at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale on Saturday night.  The 29-year-old Lakeside, Calif., driver, who was the 2003 champion in the former NASCAR Elite Division Southwest Tour, dominated the event after taking the lead from Blake Koch on Lap 59.  1) Vidovich  2) Koch  3) Brett Thompson  4) Moses Smith  5) Chris Johnson

LMSCDeac McCaskill won Friday night’s Bailey’s 200 at South Boston Speedway (VA).

LMSC - Revolution Racing driver Megan Reitenour won Friday night's 150 lap Late Model Stock event at Tri-County Speedway (NC) for her first career Late Model win. R.A. Brown and Grant Wimbish followed her across the line.

MAIN EVENT - Scott Baker was the winner on Friday night at Midvale Speedway (OH). Brian Short, Harold Fair Jr., Don Harvey Jr. and Tim Ice complete the top five in the 25 car feature.

MODIFIED RACING SERIES - 33 cars were on hand for the 100 lap event at Monadnock Speedway (NH) that saw Kirk Alexander go to victory lane after starting fifth. Jim Boniface, Jon McKennedy, Chris Pasteryak ans Dwitght Jarvis made up the rest of the top five.

PASS NORTHBen Rowe captured his 40th career PASS North Super Late Model victory Saturday night and denied Johnny Clark a chance at four-straight victories on the tour with the win at Canaan Fair Speedway in New Hampshire.  1) Rowe  2) J. Clark  3) Richie Dearborn  4) Trevor Sanborn  5) Adam Bates

PASS SOUTHRyan Blaney charged from his 15th starting spot to take the lead from local favorite Jody Lavender to score the PASS South win at Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC) on Friday night.  Andy  Loden made his way to second in his quest for a fourth-straight PASS South win while Kyle Bonsignore was a surprising third.

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SOUTHEAST LIMTED LM:   Ryan Glenski won a crash filled race in the inaugural Southeast Limited Late Model event at Florence Motor Speedway (SC).  Averitt Lucas, Chris Chapman, Ben Stanton and AJ Sanders made up the top five.

SUPER SIX Russell Fleeman set fast time and went on to win the Super Six Pro Late Model race at Lanier National Speedway (GA) Saturday night.  1) Fleeman  2) Dwayne Buggay  3) Jason Hogan

UARABrennan Poole started on the tail at Lonesome Pine Raceway (VA) and marched to the front, eventually getting together with then-leader Coleman Pressley to take the lead.  Pressley spun out, while Poole went ont to score his third-career win and second straight in UARA competition. Ronnie Bassett Jr., Lee Tissott, Kyle Grissom and Alex Yontz made up the top five.  

WoO LATE MODEL - Shane Clanton repelled several challenges from Steve Francis and barely escaped two incidents en route to victory Saturday night at Tazewell Speedway in Tennessee for his third WoO LMS triumph of 2010 and the 14th of his career. 1) Clanton 2) Francis 3) Josh Richards 4) Tommy Kerr 5) Chub Frank

On Friday night, Tim McCreadie scrawled his name all over the first-ever World of Outlaws Late Model Series event at Wartburg Speedway (TN).  1) McCreadie  2) Shane Clanton  3) Billy Ogle, Jr.  4) Clint Smith  5) Chub Frank

WoO SPRINT CARS - Jason Meyers certainly has known the way to Victory Lane this season with the World of Outlaws, as he started the year on a tear winning six times in the first 19 races of the 2010 campaign. Entering Saturday's event at North Central Speedway in Brainerd, Minnesota, it had been 12 races since he picked up a win and he wanted nothing more in his second visit to the 1/3-mile bullring than to pick up a victory. The native of Clovis, California did exactly that, besting Donny Schatz and Joey Saldana to score his series-leading seventh A-Feature win of the year.

WMT - Dale Quarterley charged to the front of the field in the closing laps at Lime Rock Park (CT) to score his third career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win.  Todd Szegedy finished second after leading most of the race with Ron Silk, Ryan Preece and Ted Christopher rounding out the top five.

WSMT - John Smith passed LW Miller on the final restart and holds on to win the 150 lap event at Caraway Speedway (NC) for his first-career victory. Miller is second, James Civali is third with Jason Myers and Burt Myers rounding out the top five.