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2013

Saturday, September 28th
Scott 2nd at OPS Final
OPS SLM TOP THREE: CASSIUS CLARK #77, 3rd and 2013 PASS North SLM Champion - Winner DJ SHAW #60 - SCOTT MULKERN #84, 2nd.
Scott 2nd at OPS
8th for Bobby Timmons & 25th for Austin Theriault
OXFORD, Maine – Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Maine, led the Mulkern Racing charge in the PASS North Series season finale, finishing second in the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine, on Saturday, September 28. Mulkern's best finish of the season was part of a two-car effort that also saw teammate Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finish 8th to give the team two cars in the Top-10 at the checkered flag. Mulkern led on two different occasions for a total of 62 laps, taking the lead for the second time with a three-wide pass around the outside of the leaders following a three-lap battle.

WHO: Scott Mulkern, Falmouth, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 84 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Community Pharmacies Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Gary Crooks, Mooresville, N.C.
WHAT: PASS North Series Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150
WHERE: Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, Maine (.375-mile oval)
STARTED: 7th - FINISHED: 2nd
LAPS LED: 2 times for 62 laps

WHO: Bobby Timmons, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: PASS North Series Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150
WHERE: Beech Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, Maine (.375-mile oval)
STARTED: 25th - FINISHED: 8th

SCOTT, YOU HAD A TREMENDOUS DAY IN THE NO. 84.
Boy, we had a really good car. That was a lot of fun, and I thought we had a shot at it. I was trying to be really respectful of all those guys that I was racing with. It was probably the best car I've had here, but (the No. 60) just got me on that last restart.
I just want to thank all the guys that worked on this thing. We had a chance there, just couldn't quite get back to the front.

BOBBY, HOW WOULD YOU SUM UP YOUR RUN?
I'll take that, considering where we'd been all day. We were really good in the morning and I thought we were going to be in really good shape, but it just kept fading as the day went on. I drew last in my heat, and that never helps. I got up to seventh but we were chasing a looseness, and then we thought we fixed that and got in the consi and we were fighting tightness. I didn't know where we were at at that point – we were only making subtle changes, but they were changing the car drastically.

We put two tires on and they dropped the green (in the feature), and I just rode around the white line and got up to eighth. That's about as far as I got.

DID YOUR CAR GO AWAY AT THE END, OR WAS IT JUST A MATTER OF ONCE YOU GOT TO THE TOP-10 IT WAS HARDER TO GAIN TRACK POSITION?
It's a pecking order. The good cars prevail, and the bad cars don't. I can't lie – we were definitely fading at the end. We weren't as good. I might have used it up or whatever. But even still – every year, it's late-race restarts. (The No. 4) got by me on the restart and trucked by me like I was standing still, and then after five laps I'd get back to him – inch, inch, inch – and get by him. I started to reel in the rest of the pack, but I just ran out of laps. Starting 25th doesn't help that.

Maybe one of these times we'll qualify up front and get to race for a win like Scott did. I was happy for him.
Flat Tires End Austin Theriault's Bid
OXFORD, Maine – Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Maine, finished 25th in the PASS North Series Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine, on Saturday, September 28. Theriault suffered flat right-side tires on two different occasions after racing his way into the Top-5 by the midway point of the event. Though the AT Racing No. 57 Pelletier Ford/Daigle Oil Ford raced up as high as sixth on the track by the time the checkered flag flew, Theriault was four laps down and unable to recover from the earlier setback. Theriault qualified ninth out of 48 cars in the field and started 13th by virtue of PASS' handicapping procedure.

WHO: Austin Theriault, Fort Kent, Maine
TEAM: AT Racing No. 57 Pelletier Ford/Daigle Oil Company Ford
WHAT: PASS Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150
WHERE: Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, Maine (.375-mile oval)
STARTED: 13th - FINISHED: 25th

AUSTIN, WHAT HAPPENED ON LAP 78?
We had just gone green and the right front tire started to go down. The caution came out, and we came in and put a right side tire on – and under the same caution, we had another tire go down. It as obviously not the result we wanted.

It's too bad. I thought we had a good weekend, but the results are not going to show that we did. It's too bad.

HOW GOOD WAS THE CAR BEFORE THAT?
We had to start outside of the Top-10, and I knew it was going to be difficult. Between Beech Ridge and Oxford, it's difficult to pass. At the start of the race, we were too tight, but the car kept getting better and better and everyone else started falling off. We got up into the Top-5, and it's unfortunate what happened after that.

It makes you feel better when you have cars capable of winning, but it's still not a good thing when you can't show it and you can't get the results you want.

WOULD YOU HAVE HAD A CAR THAT COULD CONTEND IF YOU'D GOTTEN BACK ON THE LEAD LAP?
We would have gotten a decent finish, but we had the tires mismatched. I think we were good enough to run Top-10 if we'd gotten the Lucky Dog, but it's so competitive, you need to have everything 100 percent. When you start thrashing and finding different tires and different sized tires with different laps on them, you're just trying to salvage a good finish.

We were close to getting one, but we just ran out of time. Everything didn't fall in our favor.
Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by Jamie Williams
Austin Theriault Wins PASS 300
At Beech Ridge
BKR Development Driver Dominates
For 2nd Career Series Victory
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Maine, returned for some home cooking and ended up feasting with a dominating performance in the PASS Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 300 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Sunday, September 15.

Theriault unofficially led 192 of the 300 laps for his fourth career PASS-sanctioned victory and the second PASS North Series win of his career.

“I'm kind of speechless right now, but this is huge. This is really a huge win for us,” Theriault said following the longest race on the PASS schedule, “but I'm doing fine. I've been more tired before.”

Theriault won the pole during Saturday's qualifying, but he was content to log laps until Lap 90 when he inherited the top spot. He led all the way until a Lap 169 pit stop – emerging first from pit road with four fresh tires and fuel. It took him only a handful of laps after a restart to regain the race lead.

From there, track position became key for the AT Racing No. 57 Daigle Oil/Pelletier Ford Ford Fusion. Theriault lost the lead for another brief stretch after being trapped in the low groove of the .333-mile race track, but a restart on Lap 204 – in which the Brad Keselowski Racing development driver restarted on the outside of the front row – handed him the lead he would not relinquish again.

He held off DJ Shaw on a restart with 12 laps to go and sailed off to a five car-length victory.

“These guys are some of the best short-track racers in the country,” Theriault said of the dramatic finish. “It does make you nervous on the final restart with them behind you. I did have to run hard at the end.”

Theriault now has two career wins at Beech Ridge, after winning an ACT Late Model Tour race at the track in July of 2012. The win Sunday was the longest win of the 19-year-old's career – his first in a race of more than 150 laps.

“First of all, I've got to thank the Lord, and second of all, the crew worked hard all weekend on the car,” Theriault said. “I've got to say, it was probably the easiest 300 laps I've ever driven. The car was just that awesome.

“I've got to thank Daigle Oil, Pelletier Ford, Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep, and especially Scott and Vickie Mulkern. They really helped us out a lot. This is a big win for us.”
9th Place Finish for Scott
Photos by
Norm Marx
Photos by
Jamie Williams
 

Saturday, September 8th

Triple Crown Race #3
The Thunder Valley National 200
Early Out for Austin at Chaudiere
Photos by Norm Marx
Bobby Timmons Wins
at Beech Ridge
Mulkern Racing Driver Capitalizes
On Late Restart For First Win Of '13
aSCARBOROUGH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series main event at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Saturday, August 17, using a late-race restart to score his first 40-lap Pro Series feature win of the season.

The victory was the second of his career for Timmons at Beech Ridge.

“The last four or five weeks have been so up and down and rough for us. I'm glad we finally figured out the Hoosier tire,” Timmons said. “The car wasn't really that great tonight, but I think with the ACT (Late Model Tour) rubber on the track, it wasn't about who was the best. It was who was the least worst.”

Timmons started in the top half of the field and rode inside the Top-3 for the first 30 laps of the event as the race went caution-free until Lap 35. Race leader Tyler King brought out the only yellow flag of the night when his engine expired, setting up Timmons on the inside of the front row for the ensuing restart.

The Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge scooted straight out to the lead and never looked back.

“I think I got the restart of my life there,” Timmons said. “I got to third, and the (leaders) were gone. I said, 'Well, with the last couple of weeks, I'll take third.' I look and I see (King) blowing up.

“I've been racing go-karts and Legends with Evan (Beaulieu) for a long time, so it was really cool to race with him for the win.”

With the win, Timmons inched closer to the Top-3 in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series point standings with just two races remaining in the season.

Tues. Aug. 6th - 7:30 PM

Triple Crown Race #2
The Budweiser 150
PASS North Series: Austin Theriault
Autodrome Chaudiere Race Report
Disappointing End To PASS Budweiser 150 For Austin
VALLEE-JONCTION, Que. – Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Maine, finished a disappointing 19th in the PASS North Series Budweiser 150 at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jonction, Que., on Tuesday, August 6. Theriault was battling for the lead in the Mulkern Racing No. 18 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Dodge with less than five laps remaining when he was turned on the frontstretch just past the start-finish line. Theriault had used a conservative tire strategy to run inside the Top-6 all night long, and he was in position to challenge race winner Kyle Busch on a late-race restart when he was sent through the infield grass after contact.

WHO: Austin Theriault, Fort Kent, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 18 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Johnny Killen, Mooresville, N.C.
WHAT: PASS North Series Budweiser 150
WHERE: Autodrome Chaudiere, Vallee-Jonction, Que. (.25-mile oval)
STARTED: 5th - FINISHED: 19th

AUSTIN, HOW GOOD WAS YOUR CAR LATE IN THE RACE?
We worked on getting the car comfortable for the entire two days we were there. We realized we weren't going to set fast time in practice or blister off a fast five laps, but we went into it with the mindset of trying to race our own race and not worry about who was fastest on the time charts. It was evident toward the end of race that we'd done what we needed to. There were some quicker guys than us, but the main goal of those four-tire races is having more tires than the other guys at the end.

With 10 to go, we were in position to at least go for a win. It just goes to show, you don't always need the fastest car. The quickest car doesn't always win. Kyle (Busch) was really fast all race, and a couple of other guys were fast going for the lead. We were riding around saving brakes – I did have some issues with the brakes, which made it hard to save track position – but we had enough at the end to at least get a podium if not challenge Kyle for the win.


WHAT HAPPENED WITH FOUR LAPS TO GO?
Coming out of Turn 4, I was up to the left side tires of DJ (Shaw), and we were at the finish line. All of a sudden my car just turned left and headed toward the infield. It's almost like he tried to chop us. I can't see it any other way. It's really impossible for somebody to get loose off the corner and still be chasing it that far down the straightaway. That was definitely some miscommunication there or a little bit of a lack of respect. It was not only unfortunate for me, but unfortunate for everybody else. We tore up some race cars.

I feel bad for the (car owners) Scott and Vickie Mulkern. I thought we could have gotten them a win or a Top-3 finish. It's something that the whole program deserves at this point. Them giving me that opportunity, I felt like I needed to perform and give them something.

HOW DISAPPOINTING IS IT?
It's tough walking away from a race like that – knowing we could have contended for a win, or at least finished on the podium. I'm thankful to Scott and Vickie for letting me drive their car, and I just feel really badly for them.

The track races very rough – sometimes you've got to lean on people, sometimes you've got to bang doors and race hard. That's just how the racing is there. There's a lot of hard racing at that race track, and that's the way people were driving me last night, and that's the way I was driving them. At the same time, I wasn't wrecking people and they weren't wrecking me.
Blown Motor & 26th Place Finish
for Tony Ricci in the #84
The Southern Maine Motors #84 had a tough day at Autodrome Chaudiere.

In the heat, a spin in front of a pack of cars left the #84 with nose damage and a poor
starting spot.

Then in the 150 lap feature, the engine came apart on lap 10, making Tony the first one to drop out of the race.
Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by Jamie Williams
Theriault, Mulkern Racing
Team Up For Bud 150
Theriault To Tackle PASS At Autodrome Chaudiere In The No. 18
FALMOUTH, Maine – Brad Keselowski Racing development driver Austin Theriault will drive for Mulkern Racing in the PASS North Series event at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jonction, Quebec, this Tuesday, August 6.

Theriault, a Fort Kent, Maine, native, will drive the Mulkern Racing No. 18 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Dodge in the Budweiser 150. It will mark Theriault's second career appearance in the No. 18 and his first Super Late Model start at Autodrome Chaudiere.

“I'm excited to have this opportunity,” said Theriault, who has two PASS South Series victories in 2013. “Scott and Vickie Mulkern have been very good friends to our family, and they've been a big part of helping me get to where I am today. I'm looking forward to racing the No. 18 this week and trying to get them a win.”

Theriault will be part of a two-car effort for Mulkern Racing at Chaudiere. Tony Ricci of Westbrook, Maine, is slated to drive the No. 84 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Community Pharmacies Dodge.

“It will be fun having Austin race for us,” said Mulkern Racing co-owner Vickie Mulkern. “He's obviously very talented, and we think the world of both him and his family.”

In 2012, Theriault made one start for Mulkern Racing, finishing sixth in the PASS 150 at Seekonk Speedway. He had been running inside the Top-3 of that event at the 100-lap mark before losing power steering on the tight, bumpy bullring.

Theriault's only previous experience at Autodrome Chaudiere is in an ACT Late Model Tour ride. He has a best career finish of fifth at the banked quarter-mile.

After running at Chaudiere this week, Theriault will return to Brad Keselowski Racing for the World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park in Jefferson, Ga., on Saturday, August 10. The race was originally scheduled for July 4, but it was rained out.

Theriault has PASS South victories at both Dillon Motor Speedway in Dillon, S.C., and Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, N.C., this season.

Sunday, August 4th
Tony Ricci in the #84 at the
Rain Postponed WMMP Event
Twin 150s now scheduled for the Super Late Models
at the August 31st White Mountain Event
Scott 39th at The 250
Austin Theriault in the #57 carries
Southern Maine Motors to 4th.
#84 out with power steering hose failure.

Jamie Williams Photo

Mulkern Looks To Score
First Oxford 250 Win
Veteran's Best Finish Came In Last Start
In Summer's Biggest Race
FALMOUTH, Maine – The last time Scott Mulkern had a car capable of winning the Oxford 250, incidentally, was the last time he started the race.

Mulkern, of Falmouth, will join the best Super Late Model drivers from all reaches of the United States and Canada when he competes in the 40th annual TD Bank Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine, on Sunday, July 21. Mulkern finished fourth in the 2006 edition of the race, the last time it was contested under the current Super Late Model rules.

The Mulkern Racing No. 84 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Dodge has been a full-time entry into PASS competition this season for the first time in more than a decade. After six seasons under Late Model rules, the race returns to PASS North Series sanctioning and Super Late Model rules.

“Obviously, it's good that these cars are back in this race,” said Mulkern, who finished seventh at Oxford Plains in the PASS 150 last Friday night. “I've always wanted to have another chance to win the 250. We've been pretty good this year. I think we can have a shot at it.”

Mulkern qualified for eight previous Oxford 250s with two Top-10 finishes and one Top-5. This year in the PASS North Series, he has started all five races and sits sixth in the point standings with three Top-10s.

Joining Mulkern's efforts in trying to win the Oxford 250 for the first time will be crew chief Gary Crooks of Mooresville, N.C. Crooks is a Nova Scotia native who has always held the 250 in high regards.

“Growing up in Nova Scotia, it's like the Daytona 500 to us,” Crooks said. “Back then, I'd never even heard of the Snowball Derby or races like that. Even now, I've taken cars to both of those races, and I still get way more amped up at Oxford than I do at Pensacola.”

Mulkern hopes what the team learned at Oxford Plains last weekend will point them in the right direction this week. Teams will practice Saturday and Sunday, with qualifying set to begin at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.

“We were pretty good there last weekend,” Mulkern said. “We were just a little bit too loose, but the car was still going good. I just needed a little bit more at the end, but now we know some more and we should be pretty good.”

FRI. JULY 12th
Scott 7th at July 12th OPS 150
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Scott 6th at July 6 Southern Maine 150
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NASCAR Whelen All-American Series:
Bobby Timmons Beech Ridge
Motor Speedway Race Report

3rd at Miller Lite 50 on July 5
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finished third in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Miller Lite 50 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Friday, July 5. It was Timmons' third Top-3 finish in the last four starts in the Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge as he continues climbing toward the top of the Pro Series point standings. Timmons started ninth in the caution-free main event and spent most of the race challenging for the runner-up spot while trying to chase down the leader. In six races this season, Timmons now has five Top-5 finishes.

WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Miller Lite 50
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 9th - FINISHED: 3rd
NEXT RACE: July 13, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 40, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)

BOBBY, HOW GOOD WAS YOUR CAR TONIGHT?
We definitely had a good car. We tried a little tire strategy (in practice) but it didn't work, so we went back to what we were doing. Third again – third time in four weeks – that's good with me. We've only been out of the Top-5 only once this year. I think we're probably the only one who can say that.

I probably could have used a yellow tonight to shake things up a little bit. But I'm happy with third, it was a good points night and we beat everybody we needed to beat except for the 40 car. He was going pretty well. Congrats to Tyler King. They've been here a long time and finally turned their program around and got the win.

WERE YOU CONTENT TO RIDE BEHIND THE NO. 40 FOR A WHILE?
As the tires got hotter, the car got worse on the inside. It was kind of a double-edged sword. My dad said to set in behind the 40 and see if we could run (King) down, but there just wasn't enough time. The 11 was going pretty good.

WHERE DID YOU FEEL LIKE YOU WERE GETTING BEAT?
I tried one more time with about 10 to go to get by the 40, and I just couldn't do it. That's the only thing that's hindering us right now – there's just no bite on (corner) exit on the bottom. With Alan (Tardiff) a couple weeks ago and last week in the 100-lapper, it happened again. That's our only weak spot right now.

If we figure that out, we're going to be pretty good.
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series:
Bobby Timmons Beech Ridge
Motor Speedway Race Report

3rd at Pro Series 100 on June 29
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finished a career-best third in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Saturday, June 29. Timmons started seventh in his second career start in the marquee event of the season for the Pro Series division, and he patiently logged laps inside the Top-10 until first cracking the Top-5 at the 75-lap mark. He capitalized on a late-race restart to gain much-needed track position and pull out the podium finish. It was the first race in a four-day span for the driver of the Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge, as Timmons returns to Beech Ridge for the Miller Lite 50 on Tuesday, July 2.

WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 100
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 7th - FINISHED: 3rd
NEXT RACE: July 2, Miller Lite 50, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)

BOBBY, WHEN THE RACE STARTED, DID YOU THINK YOU HAD A CAR CAPABLE OF FINISHING THIRD?
No. I had the car to win, I think. DJ (Shaw) was good – he was good all day – and I thought I was going to be better than Dale (Shaw), but his car came to him. We just got behind on the eight-ball. I spent more laps than I would have liked trying to get around Billy (Rodgers), and by the time I got by him, the leaders were gone. I drove the wheels off the thing.

I caught Kelly (Moore), the right front was chattering, the right rear was not staying on the race track. I thought to myself, 'If we get a (late) caution, I don't know if we're even going to finish.' Sure enough, we got a caution. I don't know what happened (to Kelly), but he didn't go. My dad was hollering 'Clear, clear, clear! Go get it!' on the radio. I tried to drive underneath Dale, and I got a very good look at the scoreboard, and I figured we were just going to have to finish third.

WOULD A CAUTION EARLIER IN THE RACE HAVE HELPED YOU?
If I could have gotten in the right line. I was always in the wrong line – the 73 got by me, the 8 got by me. I was better than them, but they were all racing side-by-side out there. You just couldn't go anywhere. They weren't do anything wrong, but it got frustrating having to sit there.

It's hard to believe that in a short-track Saturday night race, track position really is that big of a deal.

But we're third, we're in one piece, and we'll go get it on Tuesday. I'm ready to win one of these things.
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series:
Bobby Timmons Beech Ridge
Motor Speedway Race Report

3rd at Beech Ridge on June 15
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finished a season-high third in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 40 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, in Saturday, June 15. Timmons made a quick drive to the front in the Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge from his sixth-place starting spot, and he was engaged in a three-car battle for the lead over the second half of the race. Timmons found himself shuffled back out of contention for the win on a couple of late-race restarts, but he was happy to have driven away with a podium finish and a strong effort after a rough start to the season.

WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 40
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 6th - FINISHED: 3rd
NEXT RACE: June 22, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 40, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)

BOBBY, DOES IT FEEL GOOD TO FINALLY HAVE A FINISH REFLECTIVE OF HOW FAST YOUR CAR HAS BEEN THIS SEASON?
Oh, definitely. You can't complain. I probably only had the second- or third-best car, anyway. It was fading at the end. I used it up trying to catch Alan (Tardiff) early. It's one of those things you'll never know. If Kelly (Moore) hadn't dive-bombed me, maybe I could have gotten the win. I don't know. It's just racing.

We had a fast car. I politely told him I wasn't happy with him, but it's in one piece. It's stove up again, shocker. But it ran good, and it's kind of a pick-me-up after the way the season's started.

WAS THE CAR BETTER THAN YOU EXPECTED IT TO BE AFTER PRACTICE?
We finally kind of got a handle on our heat race package, which we've struggled forever with. We made some changes for the feature – but we might have went a little too far. It was a little snug. I could drive in and through the middle (of the corner) a ton, but I just couldn't get the drive off. It's just hard to get a perfect race car here.

Maybe Kelly saved his stuff a little better early. I know the first 20 laps or so, he was nowhere to be found. Usually, I'm a save-your-stuff kind of driver, but with the season we've been having, I was hungry to get going and go after it.

DID THE LATE RACE RESTARTS HURT YOU?
I'm not good at them. I think I'm getting better at it – I didn't miss a shift or anything. I would have liked to see it go green-to-checker, just because I'm a better long-run driver and nobody would have caught us.

Like I said, I didn't see Kelly for the first half of the race but once those cautions came, he started being a factor. Nonetheless, we had a third-place car and we finished third.
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series:
Bobby Timmons Beech Ridge
Motor Speedway Race Report

21st at Beech Ridge on June 8
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finished 21st in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 50 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Saturday, June 8. Timmons was among several cars who were collected in a multi-car incident on a Lap 2 restart after a mid-pack car spun in front of the rest of the field. Timmons started 12th in the main event after a solid effort in both practice and qualifying earlier in the day, but saw his feature efforts thwarted with a wrecked race car before even getting a single full lap at speed.

WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 50
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 12th - FINISHED: 21st
NEXT RACE: June 15, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 50, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)

BOBBY, WHAT HAPPENED?
Just another Saturday night. There's two types of guys – there's guys who aren't good and there's guys who are good. And when the guys who aren't good try and drive with the guys that are good, that's what happens. It happened last week, it happened last year, and we were always very fortunate to stay out of it. Tonight just wasn't our night.

There's a big sign on the backstretch that Andy often reminds us is there, and it says, “Just Race.” It seems like nobody can do that.

DO YOU KNOW WHAT CAUSED THE WRECK?
We dropped the green and went down the backstretch, and the car in front of me just lost it. I tried to get away from him, but I drilled him. I had nowhere to go. Steve Berry might have hit me, and Brad (Babb) might have gotten into him. I don't know. Needless to say, they didn't get a lap in and and they got five race cars that are completely demolished.

It's just another night at the races.

HOW GOOD WAS YOUR CAR?
It's hard to tell. We were too tight in the heat, but that seems to always happen. In hot laps it seemed to go pretty good, and it was turning. You can't always tell 100 percent from the hot laps, but I think we probably had a Top-5 car. I saw the Top-5 rundown and it seemed to be all cars that were around me that were fortunate enough to stay out of all the messes.

That's the thing – it's survival this year. I think they ought to change Car Wars to NASCAR Nites and turn NASCAR Nites into Car Wars. That's what it seems like it is.

It's not too badly damaged. We can obviously get it fixed. That's not going to stop us. It just sucks to start Week 2 with a DNF. We'll just start going week by week. It's not the kind of night I wanted to have to start the year, but we can rebound.

Sat. June 8th
Due to rain, 660 has been cancelled
for the entire weekend.
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NASCAR Whelen All-American Series:
Bobby Timmons Beech Ridge
Motor Speedway Race Report

5th at the Opener on June 1
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finished fifth in the season-opening NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 50 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Saturday, June 1. Timmons recovered from misfortune in his qualifying race and a mid-pack starting spot to roll to the Top-5 in the Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge. Timmons was one of many drivers to come out of the feature event showing signs of a rough night behind the wheel, but he was encouraged by a strong start to the season. He'll return to action next Saturday night, June 8, for Round No. 2 of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at the .333-mile oval.

WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 50
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 13th - FINISHED: 5th
NEXT RACE: June 8, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series 40, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)

BOBBY, HOW WOULD YOU SUM UP THE DAY?
We started off the day really good, and we were really fast all day in practice. Then we drove the heat race, and I don't know if everybody's brains just shut off, because we got wrecked on Lap ½. Then we got wrecked again on Lap 3. Then like five other dudes got wrecked, too, which wasn't cool. I'm not all about that.

We had a bleeder stick (in the heat race), so we had no stagger and the car was really tight. We ended up finishing seventh. We still managed to gain a spot (from our starting position), but I don't know how. We made the right changes for the feature. I just put the car in the hands of my crew, and they made all the right changes and we finished fifth.

DID YOU HAVE BETTER THAN A FIFTH-PLACE CAR?
We were catching (fourth-place Bill Rodgers) at the end. I don't know if we had enough to get by him, but we were catching him at the end. It's opening night, the car's in one piece, I'll take fifth-place. It's a good start to the year.

WAS THERE MUCH DAMAGE TO THE CAR?
We had a little bit of damage, but compared to what I think some of these guys are going to have this year, I'll take a bumper or two every week. I think some of these guys will be missing entire race cars the way we were racing tonight. We'll see. On to next week.

Sat. May 18th. - 5:45 PM

Triple Crown Race #1
The 150
Scott 12th at Chaudiere
With a 4th in the third heat, the #84 started from 12th on the grid. Scott nailed the backstretch wall early on in the race, and with all the cautions (14 total), it was difficult to get going. So Scott tried to stay out of trouble rather than overdrive and be involved in the incidents.
Scott 6th and Bobby 12th at
Beech Ridge “Southern Maine Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge 150”
SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Maine, finished sixth in the PASS North Series Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, to lead a two-car Mulkern Racing charge on Saturday, May 4. Teammate Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, finished 12th to give the team two cars in the top half of the field. Mulkern ran as high as fourth late in the race before a late restart, while Timmons battled from a 22nd-place qualifying effort with an ill-handling race car at his home track.

WHO: Scott Mulkern, Falmouth, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 84 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Community Pharmacies Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Gary Crooks, Mooresville, N.C.
WHAT: PASS North Series Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 14th
FINISHED: 6th
NEXT RACE: May 18, PASS 150, Autodrome Chaudiere, Vallee-Jonction, Que. (.25-mile oval)

WHO: Bobby Timmons, Windham, Maine

TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
WHAT: PASS North Series Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
STARTED: 22nd
FINISHED: 12th
NEXT RACE: May 18, PASS 150, Autodrome Chaudiere, Vallee-Jonction, Que. (.25-mile oval)

BOBBY, WHAT DID YOU THINK OF YOUR RUN TODAY?
That was a little rougher than I would like. The car's pretty beat up. We just missed it – we weren't good. Ever. It's just one of those deals, I probably got into some guys, upset some guys, but it's one of those deals. It's in one piece – kind of – so I think that's it for some PASS races for a while.

We'll get it home, get it cleaned up, regroup and get ready for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series on Saturdays.

WHERE WERE YOUR HANDLING ISSUES?
It just wasn't good. It was OK on entry, tight in the middle, but the tight in the middle made it really loose off. It just made it tough to go. It was really good on the bottom on cold tires for like three laps, so I tried to make the best I could. After that, it was just like, look in the mirror and wait for a hole to open outside.

It's tough here. I think with the (traction compound) it just makes it a one-lane race track all the way around. It makes it so tough to pass, and I think that's why it's so rough.

GARY CROOKS, CREW CHIEF FOR SCOTT MULKERN, HOW WAS YOUR DAY? It was pretty good. We fought tight all day, and at the end of the race that's what we needed. We needed to just be able to turn a little better. If we started a little better, had a little bit more track position at the end, I think we had something to race with. But we just couldn't pass, because it was too tight.

DID TRACK POSITION HURT YOU?
There was a couple of times in the race on restarts that we restarted on the inside and lost four or five spots, and we had to make them back up. At the end of the day, when we take those tires off and look at them, we'll probably see that we burned the fronts off.

I'm not disappointed. We put on a good race and had fun. The best you can do is hope to put yourself in contention and have fun, and that's what we did.
Timmons Hopes to Keep Momentum Going at Beech Ridge on 5/4
FALMOUTH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, seeks a third consecutive Top-10 finish in PASS North Series competition when he heads to the Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine, on Saturday, May 4. Timmons posted his first career PASS Top-5 two weeks ago at Oxford Plains Speedway, the same track where he finished eighth in his series debut last October. Timmons competes weekly at Beech Ridge in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, and last season he won his first career Pro Series race at the track en route to a sixth-place finish in the final point standings. He has never competed in a PASS event at Beech Ridge.

THE FACTS
WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Community Pharmacies/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
BEST CAREER BEECH RIDGE MOTOR SPEEDWAY FINISH: N/A
LAST RACE AT BEECH RIDGE MOTOR SPEEDWAY: N/A
WHAT: PASS North Series Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150
WHERE: Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)
WHEN: Thursday, May 2 – 12 noon, practice; Friday, May 3 – 12 noon, practice; Saturday, May 4 – 11:30 a.m., practice; 3 p.m., qualifying; 6 p.m., race
PASS North Series
LAST RACE: April 21, Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150, Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, Maine (5th)
NEXT RACE: May 18, PASS 150, Autodrome Chaudiere, Vallee-Jonction, Que. (.25-mile oval)

DID YOU KNOW?
- Team owner Scott Mulkern will also compete at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway this weekend in the Mulkern Racing No. 84 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/ Community Pharmacies Dodge. Mulkern plans to run the entire PASS North Series season for the first time since 2003.

- Bobby Timmons scored his first career Super Late Model win in a 40-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series feature event at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in July of 2012.

- Bobby Timmons qualified 16th for the PASS 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway last October and recovered from contact midway through the event to post his first career Top-10 in PASS competition.

- Bobby Timmons and his father, Bobby Timmons Jr., have spent part of the offseason building a small-block Supermodified. Timmons Jr. raced Supermodifieds during his driving career.

- Bobby Timmons spends his off weekends during the summer working on the crew for Scott Mulkern both during PASS race events and at other Super Late Model events around the country.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
BOBBY TIMMONS III, Driver of the Mulkern Racing No. 48 Community Pharmacies/Timmons Machine Dodge, On his confidence level after an impressive Top-5 run at Oxford Plains Speedway two weeks ago: “Definitely after that last race, no matter where we were going next, it would give us some confidence. But going to a place where I have a win and a lot of laps definitely helps the confidence even more.

“I didn't want to bring up running this race until I waited for my dad to ask me what I thought about it. When he did, he asked me if I thought we should race and I said I think we should. We've got more experience and more laps at Beech Ridge than we did at Oxford, so I don't really see any reason why we can't be good again.”

On the differences between racing at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway and Oxford Plains Speedway: “It's harder to pass at Beech Ridge than Oxford, so track position is key. The surface is older, and there just isn't much grip.

“At Oxford, as the rubber got down during the weekend, the track got a little more grip, but Beech Ridge has never been that way. They put that (traction compound) in second groove, and everyone pretty much drives the middle of the race track. I think you look at Joey (Doiron) last year – he had that race won, but got a late caution and got pinched down on the restart on the bottom. It's just hard to get by guys down there.”

On if he will change his approach this weekend: “Basically, we're going to do the same thing. We'll go in on Friday, run one, two, three practice runs or whatever on the set of tires we had at Oxford, just to see how this car is going to be on old tires.

“The thing about Beech Ridge is that it changes every time you go on the race track. It's probably worse that way than anyplace I've ever been. From Friday to Saturday, it's going to be a totally different track. I think that's where running weekly there helps us – we know that it's going to keep changing, and hopefully we know what to expect with that.”

SUN APRIL 21
PASS North Series: Mulkern Racing
Oxford Plains Speedway Race Report
- Bobby Timmons Posts First Career
PASS Top-5 Finish
- Scott Blows Right Front Tire While
Running 4th Just 10 Laps from Finish
OXFORD, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, posted his best career PASS North Series result when he finished fifth in the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine. Timmons led a two-car Mulkern Racing effort, qualifying 11th in the 34-car field and running inside the Top-5 throughout the second half of the event in the No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Timmons Machine Dodge. Following an eighth-place finish at Oxford Plains last October, Timmons now has Top-10 finishes in each of his only two career PASS North Series starts. It looked like the team would have more than one car in the Top-5 at the checkered flag, but Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Maine, blew a right front tire while running fourth just 10 laps from the finish.

BOBBY, WHAT DID YOU THINK OF YOUR RUN TODAY?
That was as good as could be expected. We practiced on junk rubber all day yesterday and all day today, and we didn't really change much. We put sticker tires on this afternoon, and we were really good. We had a little bit of a side-bite issue... and we couldn't quite find the happy medium. We were too loose in the heat and too tight in the feature, but the longer we went, the better we got.

Those cautions at the end, they always kill me. It never fails.


DID YOU HAVE ANYTHING FOR THE LEADERS AT THE END?
Not really. I was on the bottom (on the last restart), but for some reason – I don't know if it's the car or me or whatever – we just take two or three laps to get up to speed. That last restart, it was tight so I was stabbing the brakes to try and get it to turn. The cross-member hit the ground so bad, I don't even think the left front hit the ground so I couldn't get it to turn.

HOW DOES IT FEEL TO GET YOUR FIRST CAREER TOP-5 IN A PASS RACE?
It's cool. I've seen a lot of guys in this series for years and years only get one or two of them, so in our second start to finish fifth (is nice). If a couple different things went went our way, a couple adjustments another way, I think we could have had a Top-3 car.

But I'm not going to complain with fifth. The car's in one piece, it's a good start to the year, and hopefully if we run like this I can convince my old man to let us run Beech Ridge in a couple of weeks.
PASS North Series: Bobby Timmons
Oxford Plains Speedway Race Preview
FALMOUTH, Maine – Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, will attempt to make his second career PASS North Series start when the tour opens its 2013 season with the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine, on Sunday, April 21. Timmons made his series debut last October, also at Oxford Plains, and finished eighth after completing his rookie campaign in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at nearby Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. Timmons' Mulkern Racing No. 48 Community Pharmacies/Timmons Machine Dodge will be joined at Oxford by the team's full-time PASS North Series entry, the No. 84 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Dodge driven by veteran driver and team owner Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Maine.

THE FACTS
WHO: Bobby Timmons III, Windham, Maine
TEAM: Mulkern Racing No. 48 Community Pharmacies/Timmons Machine Dodge
CREW CHIEF: Bobby Timmons Jr., Windham, Maine
BEST CAREER OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY FINISH: 8th (October 2012)
LAST RACE AT OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY: 8th (October 2012)
WHAT: PASS North Series Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150
WHERE: Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, Maine (.375-mile oval)
WHEN: Saturday, April 20 – 11 a.m., practice; Sunday, April 21 – 10 a.m., practice; 2 p.m., qualifying; 4:30 p.m., race
PASS North Series
NEXT RACE: May 4, Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Scarborough, Maine (.333-mile oval)

DID YOU KNOW?
- Bobby Timmons scored his first career Super Late Model win in a 50-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series feature event at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in July of 2012.

- Bobby Timmons qualified 16th for the PASS 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway last October and recovered from contact midway through the event to post his first career Top-10 in PASS competition.

- Bobby Timmons and his father, Bobby Timmons Jr., have spent part of the offseason building a small-block Supermodified. Timmons Jr. raced Supermodifieds during his driving career.

- Bobby Timmons spends his off weekends during the summer working on the crew for Scott Mulkern both during PASS race events and at other Super Late Model events around the country.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
BOBBY TIMMONS III, Driver of the Mulkern Racing No. 48 Community Pharmacies/Timmons Machine Dodge, On returning to PASS North Series competition this weekend: “It's all about seat time and having fun. We're coming off a Top-10 run there last year, and we're bringing the same thing this time around – just with a lot more confidence. I'm really just looking to improve on that.

“We're really focused on what we're doing with Mulkern Racing. When we're not racing ourselves, we'll go and help Scott's team at the track with whatever they need.”

On the biggest thing he learned in his PASS North Series debut last season: “You learn something every time you get behind the wheel of a car – it doesn't matter – from practice to qualifying to racing. Myself, Corey (Bubar), Alan Tardiff, we all race weekly at Beech Ridge, and we all ran up in the Top-10 of that race (at Oxford Plains) in October. I feel like we can match up with the regular guys that are there with PASS every week.

“I think the big thing I learned is how crucial track position in those races. We were really good early in that race, and then we got turned around. We were just as fast as the leaders at the end, but we just couldn't get all the way up through again. For 150-lap race without any pit stops, the most crucial thing in the race is track position. Once you lose it, it's hard to get it back.”

On his plans for future PASS races in 2013: “As of right now, this is the only one we're planning on. The three (PASS races at) Beech Ridge are all up in the air. We don't want to exhaust our whole budget and wear out our resources for the year when it comes to our weekly stuff.

“The ones in the middle of the season or at the end of the season, it really depends how things go for us. It's just going to be on a race-by-race basis.”

UP NEXT
Bobby Timmons returns to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway for the season opener on Saturday night, May 25... Timmons recorded one feature event win in the Pro Series and finished sixth in the final 2012 standings – just 24 points out of the championship lead.

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Mulkern Racing Set For
Multi-Car Effort In 2013
Organization To Back PASS North,
Beech Ridge Teams This Season
FALMOUTH, Maine – For the second time in as many seasons, Mulkern Racing have representation in both the PASS North Series and in weekly NASCAR Whelen All-American Series competition at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in 2013.

Veteran pilot Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Maine, will make his return to full-time PASS racing for the first time in a decade after several seasons of part-time efforts, while Bobby Timmons III of Windham, Maine, will return to the seat at Beech Ridge where he was a rookie in 2012.

“I can say 'thank you' over and over again, but it doesn't really truly show how appreciative we are – me, my father and my team – of what everybody at Mulkern Racing is doing for us,” Timmons said. “It's everybody at Mulkern Racing that's part of this. They help us out and give us everything we need.

“I think we'll be forever indebted.”

It's a change at the top for Mulkern Racing, which has fielded multi-car PASS efforts over the previous three seasons but will pare down to one car for the majority of the tour's schedule this year. Mulkern himself hasn't competed full-time in the series, which he has been a longtime supporter of, since he finished fifth in the final standings in 2003.

“I've never really been a points racer,” Mulkern said. “I've always wanted to do the whole thing again at some point, and this felt like the right time to give it one good shot.”

Mulkern will have Gary Crooks of Mooresville, N.C., – who served the same position for the team's second car a year ago – as his crew chief on the familiar No. 84, with sponsorship from Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Community Pharmacies.

Mulkern made just seven PASS starts a year ago, after winning the 2011 season finale at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Timmons finished sixth as a rookie in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Pro Series standings at Beech Ridge in 2012, including his first career win in July. He'd like to improve upon that showing this season in the ultra-competitive top division at the track.

“Last year was pretty much as good as could be expected for our first season in these cars,” said Timmons, who'll drive the No. 48 Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Community Pharmacies/Timmons Machine Dodge. “There were some nights where I felt we left a little bit on the table, but overall – looking at the whole season in one picture – it went about the way we wanted it to go. Yeah, we left some on the table, but it could have been a lot worse some nights, too.

“I don't think (the championship) is out of the question this year. That's my goal – but that's every racer's goal. To come out and say, 'I want to win a championship,' I think it's a no-brainer. I want to win one. Everybody who races does. You have to have good cars and be good every week, but you have to have good luck, too. Take nothing from (Brad Babb) last year, but he had some luck, too.”

Timmons will enter the first PASS North Series race of the season, at Oxford Plains Speedway on April 21, but has no firm plans to run PASS races beyond that. He finished eighth in his PASS debut at Oxford Plains Speedway last October.

“It's all about seat time and having fun,” Timmons said. “We're coming off a Top-10 run there last year, and we're bringing the same thing this time around – just with a lot more confidence. I'm really just looking to improve on that.

“We're really focused on what we're doing with Mulkern Racing. When we're not racing ourselves, we'll go and help Scott's team at the track with whatever they need.”

 

 
 
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