51's Weekend Update
Who Has Been Winning This Weekend
Compiled From Various Series and Track PR Reports
Updated - Sunday, September 19th, 10:30am ET

ACT - Hudson, New Hampshire’s Joey “Pole” Polewarczyk, Jr. took claimed the win in the Second Annual ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. Pole worked his way through the field from the 27th starting position, taking advantage of a 58 lap green flag run, to lead the final eight laps of the 60 lap event.  1) Polewarczyk  2) Wayne Helliwell, Jr.  3) Jamie Fisher  4) Brian Hoar  5) Eddie MacDonald


ARCA - Dakoda Armstrong weaved his way through heavy traffic late in the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA Fall Classic 200 at Salem Speedway, holding off Joey Coulter all the way through the final laps to secure his second victory in ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX and Menards competition. Armstrong, a native of Indianapolis suburb New Castle, became the third driver with multiple wins in 2010, and the first to win in his home state this season.  1) Armstrong  2) Joey Coulter  3) Tom Hessert  4) Mikey Kile  5) Justin Marks

ASA Late Model North - Chris Anthony won Saturday night's ASA Late Model North Series race at Berlin Raceway (MI). Alec Carll was second, fast qualifier Erik Jones was third, followed by Eddie Hoffman and Jordan Dahlke.

Canadian Tire - DJ Kennington moved into the driver's seat for the 2010 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 championship with a win Saturday in the Komatsu 300 presented by Wilson Equipment at Riverside International Speedway.  Kennington, who entered the race weekend trailing JR Fitzpatrick by just 21 points, used lapped traffic to take the lead for the final time from Scott Steckly on Lap 215 and withstood Steckly's challenge on an ensuing restart to pick up the win. The victory, combined with Fitzpatrick's 13th-place finish gives Kennington the points lead by 40 heading into the final race of the season next weekend.  1) Kennington  2) Scott Steckly  3) Don Thomson, Jr.  4) Ron Beauchamp, Jr.  5) Jason Hathaway

CRA - Ross Kenseth outran the field to win the CRA Super Series’ Welch and Wilson Motorsports Rock and Race 100 Saturday at O’Reilly Raceway Park (IN).  Josh Hamner finished second with a hard charging Evan Jackson moving up and challenging him as the race wound down.  Fast qualifier Griffin McGrath finished fourth and Scott Hantz finished fifth.

DIRT- Same track, different conditions yet same results. For ‘Super Matt’ Sheppard the weekend couldn’t have come off any better at Mohawk Int’l Raceway as he swept both ends of the Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar doubleheader for Big-Block and Small-Block Modifieds to head back home with another $10,000 in the bank.  1) Sheppard   2) Brett Hearn  3) Danny Johnson

FAST - Wayne Anderson won Saturday’s Sunoco Florida All Stars Tour event at Columbia Motorsports Park (FL).  Anderson led every lap, but had to hold off Jeff Scofield for almost all of the 100 circuits before Scofield was passed by Steve Dorer late for second.  1) Anderson  2) Dorer  3) Scofield  4) Brian Finney  5) Austin Kirkpatrick

KNPSE - Ryan Truex put a stranglehold on his bid to earn a second consecutive NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as he took the checkered flag in the New Hampshire 125.  Truex, driver of the No. 00 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota, inherited the lead on Lap 123 and held on through two green-white-checker finishes for the sweep of the two K&N Pro Series East races at New Hampshire in 2010.  1) Truex  2) Brett Moffitt  3) Jeff Anton  4) Miguel Paludo  5) Cole Whitt


LOLMDS - Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA completed the weekend sweep in the Commonwealth State of Virginia as he captured the $15,000 to win ASI Racewear 31st Annual "USA 100" on Saturday Night at Virginia Motor Speedway.  Davenport's win marked his second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory in two nights.  Friday Night he captured the win at Winchester Speedway.  Trailing Davenport to the finish line were current series point leader, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN and 4-time series champion, Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL.  Completing the top five were Steve Shaver of Vienna, WV and Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA.

PASS North - Hollis, Maine’s Richie Dearborn got the best of Travis Benjamin on a late-race restart to capture  Friday night’s 150-lap Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Model feature at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock New Hampshire. Benjamin, who had led from the green flag, held off Cassius Clark to finish second, .743 seconds behind the winner.

SLM - Chase Elliott made sure all the accolades were kept in the family winning the inaugural George Elliott Memorial 100 Presented By Monolith Companies Saturday at Gresham Motorsports Park.  Elliott captured the event honoring his grandfather by leading every lap of the 100-circuit Super Late Model test on the GMP half-mile oval. It wasn't easy, however, as Elliott had to hold off a hard-charging Bubba Pollard over the final 15 laps to score the victory. 1) Elliott  2) Pollard  3) Ben Kennedy


WMT - Ryan Newman completed a sweep of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Saturday with a dominating win in the F.W. Webb 100.  It was the third Modified win of the season for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, who also picked up the victory at Bristol.  1) Newman  2) Jimmy Blewett  3) Mike Stefanik  4) Doug Coby  5) Ron Silk