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Starting lineup for the Martinsville Late Model Stock 300

Martinsville Speedway

The stage has been set.

Following three 25-lap heat races and a 25-lap last chance race, the 42-car field has been decided for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway.

Stacy Puryear and Tommy Lemons Jr. automatically qualified into the 200-lap main event based on posting the fastest two laps in time trials on Friday night. The rest of the field was determined by who finished in the top-10 for each of the heats and the LCQ.

Philip Morris, Josh Berry and Brandon Pierce won their respective heats. Justin Carroll won the Last Chance Qualifier.

The race will feature breaks at lap 100 and lap 180 where teams can make adjustments, add fuel and change any number of their extra four tires.

READ MORE: Why Todd Gilliland withdrew from the race

The main event will start shortly after 8 p.m. and can be watched live on FansChoice.TV. The complete starting line-up can be found below.

  1. Stacy Puryear
  2. Tommy Lemons
  3. Philip Morris
  4. Josh Berry
  5. Brandon Pierce
  6. Kres VanDyke
  7. Lee Pulliam
  8. Layne Riggs
  9. Jeff Oakley
  10. Ryan Repko
  11. CE Falk
  12. Trevor Ward
  13. Kyle Benjamin
  14. Timothy Peters
  15. Trevor Noles
  16. Myatt Snider
  17. Peyton Sellers
  18. Mike Darne
  19. Dexter Canipe, Jr.
  20. Woody Howard
  21. Grayson Cullather
  22. Tyler Hughes
  23. Mason Diaz
  24. Colin Garrett
  25. Ty Gibbs
  26. Bubba Pollard
  27. Matt Leicht
  28. Kevin Neal
  29. Bobby McCarty
  30. Corey Heim
  31. Jeremy Burns
  32. Thomas Scott
  33. Justin Carroll
  34. Blake Stallings
  35. Derrick Lancaster
  36. RD Smith
  37. Jonathan Findley
  38. Austin Thaxton
  39. Mike Looney
  40. Ryan Millington
  41. Justin Hicks
  42. Bruce Anderson

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Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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