2007 NASCAR Busch East Series

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2007 NASCAR Camping World East Series season
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The 2007 season for the NASCAR Busch East series has a thirteen race schedule beginning on April 28 at Greenville-Pickens Speedway with the Greased Lightning 150. The season finale is the Sunoco 150 on September 21 at Dover International Speedway. This season will be the last season under the Busch banner, thus ending a 21 year relationship with Anheuser-Busch.

Date Race Distance Venue TV
04/28/2007 Greased Lightning 150 150 Laps Greenville-Pickens Speedway SPEED*
05/18/2007 Minnesota 150 150 Laps Elko Speedway HDNet
05/20/2007 Featherlite Coaches 200 200 Laps Iowa Speedway HDNet
06/02/2007 Strutmasters.com 150 150 Laps South Boston Speedway
06/08/2007 TSI Harley-Davidson 150 150 Laps Stafford Motor Speedway SPEED*
06/29/2007 New England 125 125 Laps New Hampshire International Speedway SPEED*
07/14/2007 Pepsi Racing 100 100 Laps Thompson International Speedway HDNet
07/22/2007 Music City 150 150 Laps Music City Motorplex HDNet
07/28/2007 The Edge Hotel 150 150 Laps Adirondack International Speedway HDNet
08/18/2007 Mohegan Sun NASCAR Busch East 200 82 Laps/200 Kilometers Lime Rock Park HDNet
08/25/2007 Mansfield 150 150 Laps Mansfield Motorsports Park HDNet
09/14/2007 Aubuchon Hardware 125 presented by hardwarestore.com 125 Laps New Hampshire International Speedway HDNet
09/21/2007 Sunoco 150 150 Laps Dover International Speedway HDNet

* Races will air on delay only. All HDNet races will air live and re-air on SPEED.

Television[edit]

Both HDNet and SPEED will return to broadcast the races. All but one of the events will have television coverage. HDNet will broadcast nine of the races, including the final seven, live in high definition. SPEED will tape-delay broadcast three of the remaining four races. All of the races shown on HDNet will be re-broadcast in standard definition on SPEED.

2007 Series Races[edit]

Greased Lightning 150[edit]

The Greased Lightning 150 was run on April 28 at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Greenville, SC. Joey Logano sat on the pole for the event and went on to win the event. This marked Logano's first pole and first win in the series in his first start.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 1 20 Joey Logano Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 150
2 2 44 Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet 150
3 3 99 Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. Huntin The World Chevrolet 150
4 5 83 Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Clarance's Steakhouse Chevrolet 150
5 11 03 Rogelio López Mexico City, Mexico Telmex Chevrolet 150
6 8 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt Mooresville, N.C. Chevrolet 150
7 16 61 Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 150
8 21 37 Michelle Theriault Bristol, Conn. Glock Chevrolet 150
9 7 57 John Freeman Huntersville, N.C. Freeman's Stereo & Video Chevrolet 150
10 20 3 John Wes Townley Watkinsville, Ga. Zaxby's Chevrolet 150
11 26 4 Jesus Hernandez Fresno, Calif. Waste Management Chevrolet 150
12 12 18 Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 150
13 17 52 Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. Hendrick Honda Chevrolet 150
14 25 63 John Salemi Nashua, N.H. Salemi Racing Chevrolet 150
15 6 35 Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Chevrolet 150
16 29 26 Scott Bouley Wolcott, Conn. Bouley Racing Chevrolet 150
17 13 43 Tim Schendel Sparta, Wis. Matthews Solocam Dodge 150
18 28 30 Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute of Technology Chevrolet 150
19 19 66 Chase Austin Eudora, Kan. HomeLife Communities Dodge 150
20 15 58 Richard Gould N. Brunswick, N.J. Nassau Painting Chevrolet 150
21 4 40 Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 148
22 22 84 Dion Ciccarelli Severn, Md. Let Freedom Roar/Star Sales Chevrolet 147
23 9 91 Richard Jarvis Jr Ocean Pines, Md. Chevrolet 146
24 18 96 Mike Johnson Salisbury, Mass. Johnson Lumber Ford 144
25 27 2 Max Dumarey Gent, Belgium Bodycoach.net Dodge 144
26 14 21 German Quiroga Jr Mexico City, Mexico Telcel Chevrolet 128 Accident
27 24 50 Todd Peck Glendale, Penn. Addiction Chevrolet 124 Accident
28 23 23 Casey Wyatt Newport News, Va. Chevrolet 114 Accident
29 30 24 Patrick Dupree Saranac Lake, N.Y. Outback Steakhouse/Lindeman Wine Dodge 114 Accident
30 10 22 Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Family Dollar Dodge 114 Accident
Fastest Qualifier: Joey Logano, 87.481 mph (140.787 km/h), 20.576 seconds
Time of Race: 1 hour 27 minutes 37 seconds
Margin of Victory: 4.595 seconds
Lead changes: 3 among 2 drivers
Cautions: 4 for 62 laps
Lap Leaders: S.Caisse 1-74; J.Logano 75-121; Caisse 122-122; Logano, 123-150

Did not Qualify: (8) Jonathan Cash (#59), Jonathan Smith (#5), Pierre Bourque (#7), James Pritchard Jr (#41), Jeremy Clark (#25), Tim Cowen (#75), Glenn Sullivan (#15), Blair Addis (#8)

Notes: Logano's win in his first start in the series made him the first driver to repeat this feat since Kip Stockwell got his only win in his first start in the series at Thunder Road International SpeedBowl in 1997.

Minnesota 150[edit]

The Minnesota 150 took place on May 18 at Elko Speedway in Elko, Minnesota. This race marked the first time that the East and West series would meet during the regular season for a points race. Sean Caisse took the pole and went on to win the race. Only he and fellow East series competitor Mike Olsen would lead the race.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Series Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 1 44 E Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet 156
2 23 99 E Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. Huntin The World Chevrolet 156
3 18 2 W Mike David Modesto, Calif. Bennett Lane Winery Ford 156
4 12 03 E Rogelio López Mexico City, Mexico Telmex Chevrolet 156
5 5 61 E Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 156
6 11 83 E Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 156
7 10 4 E Jesus Hernandez Fresno, Calif. Waste Management Chevrolet 156
8 16 66 W Justin Lofton Westmorland, Calif. Lofton Cattle/Cometic Ford 156
9 30 5 W Eric Hardin Anaheim, Calif. Alta Dena Dairy Chevrolet 156
10 19 37 E Michelle Theriault Bristol, Conn. Glock Chevrolet 156
11 9 52 E Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. J.L. Hendrick Chevrolet 156
12 17 40 E Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 156
13 14 35 E Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Chevrolet 156
14 29 30 E Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute of Technology Chevrolet 156
15 24 9 W Mike Duncan Bakersfield, Calif. Lucas Oil Chevrolet 156
16 15 22 W Jason Bowles Ontario, Calif. Sunrise Ford/Turbo Torq Ford 156
17 7 43 E Tim Schendel Sparta, Wis. Matthews Solocam Dodge 156
18 26 54 W Tim Woods III Chino Hills, Calif. Chino Hills Ford Ford 156
19 2 16 W Brian Ickler San Diego, Calif. NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet 156
20 4 10 E Joey Logano Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil Chevrolet 156
21 27 32 E Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Supercuts Dodge 155
22 25 51 E Jonathan Smith Beacon Falls, Conn. Motion Racing Chevrolet 155
23 28 8 W Johnny Borneman Ramona, Calif. Twisted X Boots/Red Line Oil Ford 154
24 3 11 E Jeffrey Earnhardt Mooresville, N.C. DEI Chevrolet 145 Accident
25 8 92 E Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil Chevrolet 144
26 22 88 W Alex Haase Las Vegas, Nev. Motorway Auto Group of El Paso Chevrolet 108
27 20 81 W Brett Thompson Jerome, Idaho Pets Best Insurance Chevrolet 67 Clutch
28 13 18 W Moses Smith Tempe, Ariz. Hasa Pool Products Chevrolet 50 Accident
29 21 14 W Andrew Myers Newport Beach, Calif. Toyota of Escondido Chevrolet 50 Accident
30 6 91 E Richard Jarvis Jr Ocean Pines, Md. Herring Creek Buildings Chevrolet 37 Engine
Fastest Qualifier: Sean Caisse, 95.440 mph (153.596 km/h), 14.145 Seconds
Time of Race: 1 hour 11 minutes 26 seconds
Margin of Victory: .305 seconds
Lead changes: 4 among 2 drivers
Cautions: 9 for 72 laps
Lap Leaders: S.Caisse 1-28; M.Olsen 29-41; S.Caisse 42-72; M.Olsen 73-103; S.Caisse 104-156

Did not Qualify: (16) Ryan Foster (#21W), John Salemi (#63E), Stan Silva, Jr. (#65W), Eric Richardson (#20W), Jim Inglebright (#1W), Scott Bouley (#26E), Chase Austin (#64E), Dion Ciccarelli (#84E), German Quiroga Jr (#12E), Lloyd Mack (#09W), Jack Sellers (#15W), Blair Addis (#3E), Daryl Harr (#71W), Jerick Johnson (76E), Mike Gallegos (#77W), Pierre Bourque (#7E)

Note: Both series would meet again 2 days later for the second and final combination race at Iowa Speedway

Featherlite Coaches 200[edit]

The Featherlite Coaches 200 was run on May 5 at the Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa. This race, sponsored by Featherlite Coaches, was the second and final meeting between the East and West series during the regular season. Kevin Harvick was on hand to take part in the race. Harvick would narrowly take the pole over Joey Logano. These two drivers would proceed to swap the lead 15 times between the two of them. In the end, it would be Logano taking the win over the Nextel Cup star.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Series Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 2 10 E Joey Logano Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil Chevrolet 200
2 1 33 W Kevin Harvick Bakersfield, Calif. Featherlite Coaches Chevrolet 200
3 23 4 E Jesus Hernandez Fresno, Calif. Waste Management Chevrolet 200
4 37 8 W Johnny Borneman Ramona, Calif. Twisted X Boots/Red Line Oil Ford 200
5 3 9 W Mike Duncan Bakersfield, Calif. Lucas Oil Chevrolet 200
6 17 66 W Justin Lofton Westmorland, Calif. Lofton Cattle/Cometic Ford 200
7 12 81 W Brett Thompson Jerome, Idaho Pets Best Insurance Chevrolet 200
8 7 30 E Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute of Technology Chevrolet 200
9 18 20 W Eric Richardson Bakersfield, Calif. GreenFrogRoastCo.com Chevrolet 200
10 31 31 W Tim McCreadie Watertown, N.Y. FERRIS/RCR Chevrolet 200
11 33 21 W Ryan Foster Anderson, Calif. Golden Gate Petroleum Chevrolet 200
12 11 63 E John Salemi Nashua, N.H. Milwaukee Tools/Express Signs Chevrolet 200
13 19 6 W David Mayhew Atascadero, Calif. HPS/Victory Circle/Attune Systems Chevrolet 200
14 27 51 E Jonathan Smith Beacon Falls, Conn. Motion Racing/Sign-A-Rama Chevrolet 200
15 39 5 W Eric Hardin Anaheim, Calif. Alta Dena Dairy Chevrolet 200
16 36 03 E Rogelio López Mexico City, Mexico Telmex Chevrolet 200
17 34 71 W Daryl Harr St. Albert, AB WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 200
18 32 11 E Jeffrey Earnhardt Mooresville, N.C. DEI Chevrolet 200
19 8 16 W Brian Ickler San Diego, Calif. NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet 200
20 24 2 W Mike David Modesto, Calif. Bennett Lane Winery Ford 199
21 42 57 E John Freeman Huntersville, N.C. Kenwood/Freeman's Stereo & Video Chevrolet 199
22 35 22 W Jason Bowles Ontario, Calif. Sunrise Ford/Turbo Torq Ford 199
23 28 1 W Jim Inglebright Fairfield, Calif. Jelly Belly Chevrolet 198
24 40 84 E Dion Ciccarelli Severn, Md. Operation Gratitude Chevrolet 198
25 9 14 W Andrew Myers Newport Beach, Calif. Toyota of Escondido Chevrolet 197
26 20 37 E Michelle Theriault Bristol, Conn. Glock, Inc. Chevrolet 197
27 41 88 W Alex Haase Las Vegas, Nev. Motorway Auto Group of El Paso Chevrolet 197
28 10 52 E Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. J.L. Hendrick Chevrolet 196
29 29 61 E Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 192
30 13 32 E Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Supercuts Dodge 175
31 22 29 W Scott Lynch Burley, Idaho Jasper Engines/Intertech Dodge 175 Accident
32 25 7 E Pierre Bourque Ottawa, Ont. driving.ca Dodge 171 Accident
33 14 46 W Jeff Barkshire Auburn, Wash. Centennial Batteries Chevrolet 166
34 5 92 E Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil Chevrolet 165 Vibration
35 26 91 E Richard Jarvis Jr Ocean City, Md. Herring Creek Blds/Hudson Chevrolet 150 Vibration
36 21 40 E Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 113 Accident
37 6 44 E Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet 94 Accident
38 16 35 E Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Chevrolet 76 Engine
39 38 99 E Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. Huntin The World Chevrolet 51 Clutch
40 4 83 E Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 51 Engine
41 30 43 E Tim Schendel Sparta, Wis. Matthews Solocam Dodge 9 Accident
42 15 3 E John Wes Townley Watkinsville, Ga. Zaxby's/BB&T Chevrolet 3 Accident
Fastest Qualifier: Kevin Harvick, 133.775 mph (215.290 km/h), 23.547 seconds
Time of Race: 2 hours 10 minutes 8 seconds
Margin of Victory: 2.400 seconds
Lead changes: 18 among 4 drivers
Cautions: 10 for 68 laps
Lap Leaders: Harvick 1-38; Logano 39-41; Harvick 42-44; Logano 45-60; Harvick 61-85; Logano 86; Harvick 87-89; Logano 90; Harvick 91; Logano 92-101; Lofton 102-103; Duncan 104-130; Lofton 131-135; Harvick 136-162; Logano 163; Harvick 164-165; Logano 166-184; Harvick 185-193; Logano 194-200

Did not Qualify: (10) Chase Austin (68 E), Mike Gallegos (77 W), Stan Silva, Jr. (65 W), Chris Bristol (12 E), Kyle Cattanach (59 W), Jerick Johnson (76 E), Scott Bouley (26 E), Tim Woods III (54 W), Jack Sellers (15 W), Trevor Bayne (00 E)

South Boston 150[edit]

The South Boston 150 was run on June 2 at the South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Virginia. Peyton Sellers, who was the track’s Late Model champion in 2005 en route to winning the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series title and also has a grandstand at the track named after him took the pole in qualifying. The race turned into a two man race between Sellers and Matt Kobyluck swapping the lead for eleven of the twelve lead changes. Sellers lead a race high of 101 laps while Kobyluck lead 46. Sean Caisse would be the only other driver to lead during the race when he managed to jump into the lead for the first three laps. With restarts coming with 10 laps to go and again at 4 to go, Kobyluck was able to maintain the lead and go on to win his first race of the season.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 4 40 Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 150
2 1 83 Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 150
3 3 20 Joey Logano Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Racing Oil Chevrolet 150
4 5 92 Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. WHUR 96.3 Chevrolet 150
5 6 03 Rogelio López Mexico City, Mexico Telmex/Lucas Oil Chevrolet 150
6 14 52 Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. J.L. Hendrick Chevrolet 150
7 8 61 Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 150
8 20 35 Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Ford 150
9 18 43 Tim Schendel Sparta, Wis. Mathews Archery/Texpar Energy Dodge 150
10 16 66 Chase Austin Eudora, Kan. HomeLife Communities Dodge 150
11 10 91 Richard Jarvis Jr Ocean City, Md. Herring Creek Builders Chevrolet 150
12 19 30 Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute/Engineered Floors Chevrolet 150
13 11 99 Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. HuntinTheWorld.com Chevrolet 150
14 15 42 Landon Cassill Charlotte, N.C. National Guard Chevrolet 150
15 9 58 Ben Stancill Ayden, N.C. Nassau Painting Chevrolet 150
16 25 22 Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Family Dollar Dodge 150
17 12 84 Dion Ciccarelli Severn, Md. Star Sales/Operation Gratitude Chevrolet 150
18 17 5 Jonathan Smith Beacon Falls, Conn. Motion Racing Chevrolet 150
19 32 25 Jeremy Clark Concord, N.C. Drake Oil Chevrolet 150
20 21 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt Mooresville, N.C. Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet 150
21 23 63 John Salemi Nashua, N.H. John Salemi Racing Chevrolet 149
22 30 50 Todd Peck Glenville, Pa. Addiction Management Center Chevrolet 148
23 27 28 A.J. Lane Carleton, Mich. Maxie Bush Motorsports Ford 147
24 26 26 Scott Bouley Wolcott, Conn. Cutting Edge Signs & Shirts Chevrolet 147
25 22 16 Max Dumarey Gent, Belgium BodyCoach.net Chevrolet 147
26 28 21 Chris Bristol Columbus, Ohio Raintree Vacation/Aqua Pure Chevrolet 146
27 2 44 Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Management Chevrolet 144
28 31 41 James Pritchard Jr Wharton, N.J. Mannings USA Chevrolet 139
29 24 59 Jonathan Cash Oxford, N.C. Strutmasters.com Ford 139
30 29 3 Blair Addis Greenville, S.C. Dick James Law Firm Chevrolet 137
31 7 4 Jesus Hernandez Fresno, Calif. Waste Management Chevrolet 133
32 13 37 Michelle Theriault Bristol, Conn. Glock, Inc. Chevrolet 117
Fastest Qualifier: Peyton Sellers, 92.414 mph (148.726 km/h), 15.582 seconds
Time of Race: 1 hour 13 minutes 15 seconds
Margin of Victory: 0.411 seconds
Lead changes: 12 among 3 drivers
Cautions: 8 for 52 laps
Lap Leaders: Caisse 1-3; Sellers 4-20; Kobyluck 21-30; Sellers 31-66; Kobyluck 67; Sellers 68-82; Kobyluck 83-99; Sellers 100-102; Kobyluck 103; Sellers 104; Kobyluck 105-110; Sellers 111-139; Kobyluck 140-150

Did not Qualify: None

TSI Harley-Davidson 150[edit]

The TSI Harley-Davidson 150 took place on June 6 at Stafford Motor Speedway in Stafford, Connecticut. Sean Caisse would sit on the pole for the first time this season, but it would be Eddie MacDonald, who was making his first start of the season that would go on to take the win in grand fashion by leading the final 81 laps.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 5 48 Eddie MacDonald Rowley, Mass. New England Mechanical Overlay Chevrolet 150
2 8 61 Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 150
3 2 40 Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 150
4 9 18 Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 150
5 4 99 Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. HuntinTheWorld.com Chevrolet 150
6 13 4 Jesus Hernandez Fresno, Calif. Allstate Chevrolet 150
7 11 96 Mike Johnson Salisbury, Mass. Johnson Lumber Ford 150
8 10 66 Chase Austin Eudora, Kan. HomeLife Communities Dodge 150
9 22 63 John Salemi Nashua, N.H. John Salemi Racing Chevrolet 150
10 15 2 John Freeman Charlotte, N.C. Family Dollar Dodge 150
11 6 20 Joey Logano Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 150
12 20 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt Mooresville, N.C. Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet 150
13 25 26 Scott Bouley Wolcott, Conn. Cutting Edge Signs & Shirts Chevrolet 150
14 3 83 Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 150
15 16 22 Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Family Dollar Dodge 150
16 12 52 Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. J.L. Hendrick Chevrolet 149
17 27 03 Rogelio López Mexico City, Mexico Telmex/Lucas Oil Ford 149
18 18 30 Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute/Engineered Floors Chevrolet 149
19 7 35 Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Ford 149
20 24 84 Dion Ciccarelli Severn, Md. Star Sales/Operation Gratitude Chevrolet 149
21 26 16 Max Dumarey Gent, Belgium BodyCoach.net Chevrolet 148
22 19 5 Jonathan Smith Beacon Falls, Conn. Motion Racing Chevrolet 146
23 14 91 Richard Jarvis Jr Ocean City, Md. Herring Creek Builders Chevrolet 132 Fuel Pump
24 1 44 Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Management Chevrolet 132
25 17 37 Michelle Theriault Bristol, Conn. Glock, Inc. Chevrolet 115
26 21 43 Tim Schendel Sparta, Wis. Mathews Archery/Texpar Energy Dodge 109 Brakes
27 29 15 Glenn Sullivan Westbury, N.Y. Waste Management Chevrolet 90 Brakes
28 23 21 German Quiroga Jr Mexico City, Mexico Telcel/Raintree Vacation Chevrolet 78 Rear End
29 28 41 James Pritchard Jr Wharton, N.J. Mannings USA Chevrolet 71
30 30 85 Rob Humphreys Elbridge, N.Y. Humphreys Garage Chevrolet 53 Overheating
Fastest Qualifier: Sean Caisse, 91.963 mph (148.000 km/h), 19.573 seconds
Time of Race: 1 hour 12 minutes 36 seconds
Margin of Victory: 1.236 seconds
Lead changes: 4 among 4 drivers
Cautions: 5 for 31 laps
Lap Leaders: S.Caisse 1-30; M.Kobyluck 31-37; P.Sellers 38; M.Kobyluck 39-69; E.MacDonald 70-150

Did not Qualify: None

New England 125[edit]

The New England 125 took place on June 6 at New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. Joey Logano took the pole and went on to lead the most laps en route to his third win of the series. Series veteran Brad Leighton was in contention until he was deemed to have jumped the final restart leading to a green-white-checkered finish and subsequently was black flagged. Rather than risk disqualification, Leighton gave the lead back to Logano and would have to settle for a second place finish.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 1 20 Joey Logano Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 126
2 11 55 Brad Leighton Center Harbor, N.H. Irving Oil Chevrolet 126
3 26 43 Tim Schendel Sparta, Wis. Mathews Archery/Texpar Energy Dodge 126
4 6 42 Landon Cassill Charlotte, N.C. National Guard Chevrolet 126
5 14 45 Brian Hoar Williston, Vt. Goss Dodge Dodge 126
6 13 40 Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 126
7 24 31 James Buescher Plano, Texas Coca-Cola Chevrolet 126
8 18 22 Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge 126
9 4 83 Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 126
10 25 52 Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. J.L. Hendrick Chevrolet 126
11 16 61 Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 126
12 3 2 Josh Wise Riverside, Calif. Family Dollar/Burger King Dodge 126
13 23 37 Michelle Theriault Bristol, Conn. Glock, Inc. Chevrolet 126
14 22 30 Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute/Engineered Floors Chevrolet 126
15 42 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt Mooresville, N.C. Tracker Boats Chevrolet 126
16 29 14 Joe Masessa Franklin Lakes, N.J. North Jersey Dermatology Chevrolet 126
17 27 88 Mike Gallo Saco, Maine Komatsu/C.N. Wood Ford 126
18 30 63 John Salemi Nashua, N.H. John Salemi Racing Chevrolet 126
19 34 26 Scott Bouley Wolcott, Conn. Cutting Edge Signs & Shirts Chevrolet 126
20 8 57 John Freeman Charlotte, N.C. Freeman's Stereo/Video Chevrolet 126
21 35 41 James Pritchard Jr Wharton, N.J. Mannings USA Chevrolet 126
22 41 84 Dion Ciccarelli Severn, Md. Star Sales/Operation Gratitude Chevrolet 126
23 19 4 Jesus Hernandez Fresno, Calif. Allstate Chevrolet 126
24 2 44 Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Management Chevrolet 126
25 39 24 Patrick Dupree Saranac Lake, N.Y. Outback Steakhouse/Lindeman Wine Dodge 125
26 38 96 Mike Johnson Salisbury, Mass. Johnson Lumber Ford 123
27 28 16 Max Dumarey Gent, Belgium BodyCoach.net Chevrolet 121
28 10 18 Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 120 Accident
29 17 47 Kelly Moore Scarborough, Maine NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet 120 Accident
30 36 50 Todd Peck Glenville, Penn. Addiction Management Center Chevrolet 118 Accident
31 37 13 Garrett Liberty Jonesboro, Ga. Certainteed Chevrolet 110 Accident
32 15 66 Chase Austin Eudora, Kan. HomeLife Communities Dodge 104 Accident
33 32 21 German Quiroga Jr Mexico City, Mexico Telcel/Raintree Vacation Chevrolet 103 Accident
34 33 5 Jonathan Smith Beacon Falls, Conn. Kodak Chevrolet 94 Accident
35 21 06 Ryan Seaman Toms River, N.J. ERS Fleet Repair Chevrolet 68 Accident
36 12 33 Tim McCreadie Watertown, N.Y. Camping World Chevrolet 68 Accident
37 40 25 Jeremy Clark Concord, N.C. Douglas Motorsports Chevrolet 66 Radiator
38 20 35 Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Chevrolet 56 Accident
39 31 15 Glenn Sullivan Westbury, N.Y. Waste Management Chevrolet 51 Suspension
40 9 99 Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. HuntinTheWorld.com Chevrolet 31 Engine
41 7 48 Eddie MacDonald Rowley, Mass. New England Mechanical Overlay Chevrolet 28 Suspension
42 43 28 A.J. Lane Carleton, Mich. Maxie Busch Motorsports Ford 24 Handling
43 5 03 Rogelio López Mexico City, Mexico Telmex/Lucas Oil Chevrolet 15 Fire
Fastest Qualifier: Joey Logano, 125.294 mph (201.641 km/h), 30.399 seconds
2 hours 0 minutes 55 seconds
Margin of Victory: 0.430 seconds
Lead changes: Logano 61, Leighton 48, Holmes 7, Buescher 6, Sellers 4.

9 changes among 4 drivers

Cautions: 10 for 64 laps
Lap Leaders: S.Caisse 1-30; M.Kobyluck 31-37; P.Sellers 38; M.Kobyluck 39-69; E.MacDonald 70-150

Did not Qualify: None

07/14/2007 Pepsi Racing 100, Thompson International Speedway[edit]

The Pepsi Racing 100 was run on July 14, at Thompson International Speedway in Thompson, CT. Sean Caisse would sit on the pole and nearly lead flag to flag in the race that was extended to 108 laps due to late race cautions that required two green-white-checkered attempts to end the race. Caisse only relinquished the lead for two laps en route to his second win of the season, breaking a four race streak of bad luck.

Official Results
Finish Start Car # Driver Hometown Car Laps Reason Out
1 1 44 Sean Caisse Pelham, N.H. Casella Waste Management Chevrolet 108
2 12 40 Matt Kobyluck Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Chevrolet 108
3 7 61 Mike Olsen N. Haverhill, N.H. Little Trees Chevrolet 108
4 13 55 Brad Leighton Center Harbor, N.H. Irving Oil Chevrolet 108
5 4 20 Joey Logano # Middletown, Conn. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 108
6 8 31 James Buescher Plano, Texas Coca-Cola Chevrolet 108
7 9 22 Ruben Pardo Mexico City, Mexico Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge 108
8 15 99 Bryon Chew Mattituck, N.Y. Huntin The World Chevrolet 108
9 11 35 Eric Holmes Salida, Calif. Waste Management Recycle America Ford 108
10 20 30 Jeff Anton Russell, Mass. Baran Institute/Engineered Floors Chevrolet 108
11 19 63 John Salemi Nashua, N.H. John Salemi Racing Chevrolet 108
12 5 83 Peyton Sellers Danville, Va. Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 108
13 30 39 Dustin Delaney Mayfield, Conn. Delaney Infrastructure Chevrolet 108
14 10 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt # Mooresville, N.C. Tracker Boats Chevrolet 108
15 25 11 Laine Chase Beverly, Mass. Hot Tubs & More Chevrolet 108
16 3 71 Eddie MacDonald Rowley, Mass. Grimm Construction Chevrolet 108
17 23 16 Max Dumarey Gent, Belgium BodyCoach.net Chevrolet 108
18 6 4 Jesus Hernandez # Fresno, Calif. Allstate Chevrolet 108
19 18 84 Dion Ciccarelli Severn, Md. Star Sales/Operation Gratitude Chevrolet 107
20 28 21 Chris Bristol Columbus, Ohio Raintree Vacation/Aqua Pure Chevrolet 107
21 21 5 Jonathan Smith # Beacon Falls, Conn. Kodak Chevrolet 107
22 22 96 Mike Johnson Salisbury, Mass. Johnson Lumber Ford 107
23 16 37 Michelle Theriault # Bristol, Conn. Glock, Inc. Chevrolet 106
24 29 15 Glenn Sullivan Westbury, N.Y. Waste Management Chevrolet 100
25 14 66 Chase Austin Emporia, Kan. HomeLife Communities Dodge 99
26 17 03 Rogelio López Aquascalientes, Mexico Telmex/Lucas Oil Chevrolet 91
27 24 52 Jamie Hayes Norlina, N.C. J.L. Hendrick Chevrolet 40 Overheating
28 2 18 Marc Davis Mitchelville, Md. Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 33 Accident
29 26 41 James Pritchard Jr Wharton, N.J. Mannings USA Chevrolet 25 Accident
30 27 26 Scott Bouley Wolcott, Conn. Cutting Edge Signs & Shirts Chevrolet 25 Rear End
Fastest Qualifier: Sean Caisse, 109.508 mph (176.236 km/h), 20.382 seconds
Time of Race: 1 hour 2 minutes 43 seconds
Margin of Victory: .328 seconds
Laps Lead: S. Caisse 106; M. Davis 1; M. Kobyluck 1.
Lead changes: 3 changes involving 3 drivers
Cautions: 9 for 47 laps
Lap Leaders: M.Davis 1; S.Caisse 2-91; M.Kobyluck 92; S.Caisse 93-108.

Did not Qualify: (1) Rob Humphreys (#85)

07/22/2007 Music City 150, Music City Motorplex[edit]

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07/28/2007 The Edge Hotel 150, Adirondack International Speedway[edit]

- Coming Soon

08/18/2007 Mohegan Sun NASCAR Busch East 200, Lime Rock Park[edit]

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08/25/2007 Mansfield 150, Mansfield Motorsports Park[edit]

- Coming Soon

09/14/2007 Aubuchon Hardware 125 presented by hardwarestore.com, New Hampshire International Speedway[edit]

- Coming Soon

09/21/2007 Sunoco 150, Dover International Speedway[edit]

- Coming Soon

Points Standings[edit]

There are the final points standings for the 2007 season.

Official Results
Pos Car # Driver Total Att Starts Poles Wins Top5s Top10s DNFs
1 20 Joey Logano 2123 13 13 2 5 10 10
2 44 Sean Caisse 1957 13 13 5 4 8 8 1
3 83 Peyton Sellers 1862 13 13 1 4 9 1
4 40 Matt Kobyluck 1840 13 13 1 2 5 7 3
5 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt 1736 13 13 1 4 5 2
6 61 Mike Olsen 1721 13 13 3 6 2
7 03 Rogelio López 1671 13 13 1 1 5 5 1
8 52 Jamie Hayes 1661 13 13 1 5 2
9 18 Marc Davis 1654 13 13 4 6 4
10 30 Jeff Anton 1630 13 13 1 4
11 99 Bryon Chew 1603 13 13 4 6 3
12 4 Jesus Hernandez 1495 12 12 3 5 1
13 37 Michelle Theriault 1434 13 13 2 1
14 63 John Salemi 1416 13 12 1 2
15 66 Chase Austin 1322 13 11 4 1
16 5 Jonathan Smith 1286 13 12 4
17 22 Ruben Pardo 1278 11 11 3 2
18 84 Dion Ciccarelli 1262 13 12 1 3
19 16 Max Dumarey 1134 11 11 2 1
20 26 Scott Bouley 1066 13 11 1
21 48 Eddie MacDonald 988 8 8 1 2 3 1
22 43 Tim Schendel 847 7 7 1 2 2
23 35 Jerry Marquis 847 6 6 3
24 2 John Freeman 843 7 7 2 1
25 35 Eric Holmes 798 7 7 1 3 2
26 41 James Pritchard Jr 789 10 9 1 2
27 96 Mike Johnson 655 6 6 1
28 31 James Buescher 569 4 4 4
29 91 Richard Jarvis Jr 542 5 5 3
30 55 Brad Leighton 481 3 3 2 3
31 21 German Quiroga Jr 408 6 5 5
32 50 Todd Peck 392 5 5 3
33 58 Richard Gould 367 3 3 1
34 21 Chris Bristol 310 4 3 1
35 25 Jeremy Clark 307 4 3 1
36 15 Glenn Sullivan 299 5 4 2
37 42 Landon Cassill 281 2 2 1 1
38 21 Antonio Perez 264 3 3 1
39 85 Rob Humphreys 259 4 3 2
40 24 Patrick Dupree 243 3 3 1
41 39 Dustin Delaney 233 2 2
42 3 John Wes Townley 228 2 2 1 1
43 9 Tim Andrews 227 2 2 1 1
44 76 Jason Cochran 221 2 2 1
45 33 Tim McCreadie 210 2 2 1 1 1
46 91 Ben Stancill 209 2 2 1
47 11 Laine Chase 206 2 2
48 15 Brian Ickler 206 2 2 1
49 14 Joe Masessa 201 3 3
50 7 Pierre Bourque 181 4 2 1
51 3 Jeffrey Oakley 179 2 2 1
52 3 Stephen Berry 179 2 2
53 47 Kelly Moore 158 2 2 1
54 45 Brian Hoar 155 1 1 1 1
55 06 Ryan Seaman 152 2 2 2
56 74 Ryan Moore 142 1 1 1
57 53 Steve Park 142 1 1 1
58 88 Larry Moloney 134 1 1 1
59 28 A.J. Lane 131 2 2 1
60 75 Tim Cowen 129 3 1 1
61 2 Josh Wise 127 1 1
62 3 Nicholas Formosa 118 1 1
63 88 Mike Gallo 112 1 1
64 23 Casey Wyatt 110 2 1 1
65 59 Jonathan Cash 107 2 1
66 00 Trevor Bayne 104 2 1 1
67 28 Kevin Leicht 103 1 1
68 81 Mark McFarland 102 1 1
69 8 Skip McCord 100 1 1
70 3 Blair Addis 99 3 1
71 76 Jerick Johnson 87 3 1
72 05 Guy Pavageau 79 1 1 1
73 13 Garrett Liberty 70 1 1 1
74 29 Scott Lynch 61 1 1 1

Notes: By virtue of NASCAR’s lower age limit of 16 starting this year for its touring series, Logano became the youngest champion of the series. Logano turned 17 on May 24.