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Post by nhood53 on April 22nd 2019, 9:48 pm

Qualifying:
1. 99
2. 58
3. 16
4. 31
5. 60
6. 57
7. 18
8. 97
9. 88
10. 43
11. 6
12. 47
13. 17
14. 11
15. 21
16. 56
17. 98
18. 5
19. 7
20. 20
21. 41
22. 49
23. 24
24. 04
25. 3
26. 8
27. 4
28. 48
29. 19
30. 53
31. 84
32. 37
33. 65
34. 73
35. 22
36. 33
37. 34
38. 74
39. 45
40. 2
41. 38
42. 9
Lap 1: We get a brief break in the rain and we are green, Bubba Martin gets a great start on Deville as the field is 3 wide behind.
Lap 6: Still some great battles in the mid field, Ferreya looks to fill the gap vacated by 3rd place Fukuda to pass the 16, Webber wants to make it three wide but backs out, now Patterson does go three wide on Duncan and Pericles for 7th.
Lap 20: Webber makes a three wide move for fourth, it pays off as he gets Ferreya moved up high, now he's battling Pedro.
Lap 12: Last season's New Hampshire winner Katie Anderson cracks the top 10.
Lap 17: Mark Jones finally clears Patterson for sixth, now Duncan is going for the seventh spot, meanwhile Anderson has been shoved high for ninth.
Lap 22: Caution as the rain storms hit for the first time. Possible that the race could be delayed to tomorrow, however it is slightly possible that we could get to 75 laps tonight.
Running order:
99, 58, 60, 88, 16, 97, 6, 17, 31, 21, 98, 7, 43, 18, 11, 24, 57, 41, 19, 49, 47, 34, 45, 4, 38, 5, 56, 3, 20, 65, 9, 2, 53, 48, 74, 84, 04, 33, 8, 37, 73, 22, 4, 38
*It is of note that Aidan Shepherd and Phil Montgomery chose to pit and fall to the rear during this caution period, it is likely that this decision may cost them in the long run, but it was worth the gamble considering neither were running inside the top 20.
Lap 26: Bubba Martin gets away on the restart, Fukuda and Deville fight for second.
Lap 30: Fukuda up to second, Hierra and Devillle fighting over third, give it to Hierra after the failed crossover attempt by the 58.
Lap 35: Patterson takes Anderson and Duncan three wide and takes the spot, now the 43 of Long looks to pass Anderson.
Lap 38: And it's back, the series has no choice but to delay the rest of the race until tomorrow. At the moment, Martin holds a lead over Fukuda, Hierra, and Deville.

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Post by nhood53 on April 23rd 2019, 4:49 pm

Lap 42: The field gets back going after the long delay, Martin jumps out to a huge lead as Hierra takes second away from Fukuda.
Lap 45: Fukuda continues his fall through the pack, he is down to fifth after Webber and Patterson both passed him, now is under threat from Jacob Long.
Lap 50: Recall the strategy move Aidan Shepherd and Phil Montgomery made a couple rain delays ago? That move has put them up to the top 25, meanwhile 3 wide for the sixth spot between Yarbough, Fukuda and Ferreya.
Lap 56: John Jacobs is one of the most consistent racers this season, he has made his way to the top 10 but now has beeen forced three wide between Pericles and Ferreya, also to note, Fukuda FINALLY got to the bottom lane and is in sixth.
Lap 60: Aidan Shepherd AND THERE'S A CRASH! Ferreya tried to make it four wide on Shepherd, Jones, and Deville, backed out into three wide with Anderson and Lagasse, then came down while Anderson came up into Lagasse, squeezing the three of them into the outside wall. Anderson spun, Kaz Makella with nowhere to go then he gets slammed by David Hogg, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Andrew Knight. Minor damage to Knight and Jackson as well as Lagasse and the 18, the others will all likely be out of the race after that.
Lap 66: Bubba Martin leads on the restart, but Hogg is in front of him and is very slow, holding up fourth place Patterson, move Long to fourth, Lankford to fifth.
Lap 78: Officially this race could be called now should there be any rain, but that doesn't seem to be the case, leaders form a single file train for the first 19 cars from Martin back to Kyle Patterson in 19th.
Lap 87: Andrew Knight falls a lap down after his involvement in the lap 61 crash.
Lap 105: 90 laps to go. Hogg has fallen a second lap down, so if more rain comes he will be deemed ineligible to participate in the restart (one must be at most 1 lap down to restart on a rain delay caution)
Lap 110: Now same can be said for Andrew Knight, as Lankford uses the 34 as a pick to pass Jacob Long for fourth, now John Jacobs into fifth and Yarbough to sixth.
Lap 116: Andrew Knight will be the first to pit.
Lap 131: Beginning to see drivers get a little more brave with their passing attempts. We saw John Jacobs try on Lankford as well as Long try on Yarbough. Now comes the 3 slow lapped cars of Jackson, Knight, and Hogg again.
Lap 137: Lankford gets by Webber with the help of the 34, so will Jacobs, Yarbough, and Long.
Lap 139: Jacobs and Long are the first of the leaders to come to the pits.
Kap 142: Pedro Hierra becomes the first person to lead not named Bubba Martin.
Lap 143: And is followed to the lead by Pericles when he pits.
Lap 144: New leader: John Jacobs after the pit cycle, followed by Martin and Lankford.
Lap 162: Jacobs looks outmatched by the 99, but he hasn't lost the lead yet.
Lap 166: Martin slipped a little in 1, Lankford tried to take advantage and failed, leading to a failed pass attempt by Long the next lap.
Lap 170: Martin thought he could get by Jacobs on the outside in lapped traffic but got faked out by Lankford and is now down to fifth.
Lap 189:Martin and Long fighting for fourth, meanwhile shout out to Austin James in twelfth.
Lap 195: John Jacobs holds on to win over Harrison Lankford and Pedro Hierra!

1. 20 John Jacobs R 51
2. 19 Harrison Lankford R
3. 16 Pedro Hierra 1
4. 99 Bubba Martin 142
5. 47 Ryan Yarbough
6. 43 Jacob Long R
7. 88 Darren Webber
8. 4 Aidan Shepherd
9. 31 Nick Pericles 1
10. 97 Mark Jones
11. 48 Craig Jacobs
12. 24 Scott Parsons R
13. 60 Ren Fukuda R
14. 6 William Duncan
15. 2 Austin James R
16. 11 Matt Preston R
17. 18 Tyler Ferreya R
18. 45 Mike Alladore R
19. 53 Tagahari Nawasaki R
20. 65 Mackenzie Johnson R
21. 98 Wilson Wallace
22. 5 Tyquan Jacobs
23. 38 Phil Montgomery R
24. 49 Alexa Luchon R
25. 73 Atilio Munari R
26. 8 Steven Wallace R
27. 56 Leigh Lagasse R
28. 74 Daniel Bouchard
29. 58 Aaron Deville R
30. 17 Kyle Patterson
31. 37 Henri Cresto R
32. 41 Ryder Smith R
33. 04 Sven Roethlisberger R
34. 7 Christian Merrick Sr.
35. 22 Robbie Johnson R
36. 9 Tina Hanson R
37. 21 Katie Anderson (should not have been on roster for race due to Claridge bumping her)
38. 3 Paul Jackson
39. 34 Andrew Knight
40. 84 David Hogg R
41. 57 Kaz Makella R
42. 33 Billie Joe Armstrong R
43. 10 Chris Claridge R (OOC: I accidentally forgot to put you on the roster for the race Chris, sry)
44. 54 Cody Goforth R DNQ
45. 51 Kyle Laperta R DNQ

No change in the top 35 following this race because of the highly predictable finishing order (top of points up front, bottom of points out back) despite Claridge not qualifying
Leader of most of the race fails to win yet again
Barrage of rain delays help Aidan Shepherd rebound from early unscheduled pit stop to top ten finish
Anderson and Ferreya exchange words after the race, "That move was too bold and too early, rookie mate."

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