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2020 PASS MASTER SCHEDULE
for North SLM, National SLM,
& North PASS MODS

 2019 POINTS HERE

PASS 2001-2019 RESULTS

2020 ENTRY FORMS & SCHEDULES

2020 LICENSED DRIVERS HERE

PASS 2001-2020 ARCHIVES

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PASS STATS TO 2019 HERE

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PASS Schedule
MAJOR EVENTS

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Postponed - Hickory Motor Speedway

- Easter Bunny 150

 

May 8-9, 2020 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- The Northeast Classic

 

June 26-27, 2020 - Star Speedway

- 200 Laps

 

August 28-30, 2020 - Oxford Plains Speedway
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The Oxford 250

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 Event Schedules:
THE 15th ANNUAL
EASTER BUNNY 150
POSTPONED
ENTRY FORM - HICKORY - 4-11
ENTRY LIST - HICKORY - 4-11
EVENT SCHEDULE - HICKORY - 4-11
THE NORTHEAST CLASSIC
POSTPONED to
MAY 8th and 9th
EVENT SCHEDULE - NHMS - 4-18
ENTRY FORM - SLM - NHMS - 4-18
SLM ENTRY LIST - NHMS - 4-18
SLM GARAGE STALL FORM - 4-18
ENTRY FORM - MODS - 4-18
NHMS MODS OPEN RULES - 4-18
MODS ENTRY LIST - NHMS - 4-18
ENTRY FORM - STREETS - NHMS-4-18
STREET STOCK OPEN RULES PDF
STREETS ENTRY LIST - NHMS - 4-18
STREET STOCK CONTACT
PAUL: 207-318-3850
NE CLASSIC CAMPING INFO
NE CLASSIC CAMPING REGISTRATION FORM
THE HONEY BADGER
BAR & GRILL PASS 150
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SUN, APRIL 26, 2020
ENTRY FORM - OPS - 4-26
ENTRY LIST - OPS - 4-26
EVENT SCHEDULE - OPS - 4-26
THE 47th ANNUAL


AUGUST 28 - 30, 2020
ENTRY FORM - 250 - 4-26
250 OPTIONAL RESERVED PARKING
EVENT SCHEDULE - 250 - FRIDAY
EVENT SCHEDULE - 250 - SATURDAY
EVENT SCHEDULE - 250 - SUNDAY
ENTRY LIST - OXFORD 250 - 8-30
2020 Licenses

2020 Super Late Model License Form
North - National
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2020 North MODS License Form
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LISTING of 2019 LICENSED DRIVERS

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PASS HOOSIER ANNOUNCEMENT
The Pro All Stars Series will be running on Hoosier tires in the North and the South in all divisions. Northern Race Tires will service the tires once again in the North and the South. Tires will be available at the race track until the conclusion of each event in the North and the South.
Call Jack at Northern Race Tires at 603-539-1566.
Ordering Hoosier Practice Tires:
Tires may be ordered fron Northern Race Tires (603) 539-1566 or Hoosier Tire South (336) 731-6100 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:00pm-5:00pm. Tires may be ordered by chalk size or stagger size. No sizing at warehouse. Payment can be made by cash or check. To pay by credit card, call Northern Race Tires before picking up tires at Hoosier Tire South.
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2020 NORTH SLM Schedule


April 26 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (150 Laps)
(also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series)

May 3 - Hudson Speedway, NH (150 Laps)
(also PASS MODS)

May 8 & 9 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NH (50 Laps)

May 17 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH
(150 Laps)

May 31 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (125 Laps) (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series)

June 21 - Speedway 95, ME (150 Laps)  (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series)

June 26 & 27 - Star Speedway, NH (200 Laps)

July 3 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME  (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series) (Twin 75 Laps for SLM, Twin 35 Laps for MODS, Twin 30 Laps for Street Stocks)

July 18 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH
(150 Laps)

July 29 (Wed) - Seekonk Speedway, MA (150 Laps) (also PASS MODS)

August 9 - Spud Speedway, ME
Aroostook Savings and Loan 3rd Annual Firecracker 200 (SLM 150 Laps, PASS MODS 50 Laps)

August 16 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (125 Laps) (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series))

August 28 to 30 - Oxford 250 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (250 Laps) (also PASS MODS)

Sept. 19 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH (150 Laps) (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series)

Oct. 2 - Thunder Road International Speedbowl, VT  (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series)

Oct. 17 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (125 Laps) (also PASS MODS & Honey Badger Street Stock Series)

Oct. 24 - Seekonk Speedway, MA

*SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

2020 PASS MODS SCHEDULE

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2020 PASS MODS SCHEDULE PDF


April 26 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

May 3 - Hudson Speedway, NH

May 31 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

June 21 - Speedway 95, ME

July 3 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (Twin 35 Laps)

July 29 (Wed) - Seekonk Speedway, MA

August 9 - Spud Speedway, ME (50 Laps)
Aroostook Savings and Loan 3rd Annual Firecracker 200

August 16 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

August 28 to 30 - Oxford 250 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

Sept. 19 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH

Oct. 2 - Thunder Road International Speedbowl, VT

Oct. 17
- Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

*SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

2020 HONEY BADGER BAR & GRILL STREET STOCK SERIES SCHEDULE

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2020 PASS HBSSS SCHEDULE PDF

 

April 26 - Oxford Plains Speedway

May 31 - Oxford Plains Speedway

June 21 - Speedway 95

July 3 - Oxford Plains Speedway

August 16 - Oxford Plains Speedway

Sept 19 - White Mountain Motorsports Park

Oct. 2 - Thunder Road International Speedbowl

Oct. 17 - Oxford Plains Speedway

 *SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

     
 
2020 PASS SLM RULES
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2020 PASS MODS RULES

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2020 Super Late Model License Form
North - National
2020 North MODS License Form
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PASS STATS TO 2019 HERE
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2020 PASS MASTER SCHEDULE
 

Easter Message

This Easter things are very different for all of us. We are not able to celebrate with family and friends or attend our local church services. We need to stay at home a bit longer to keep everyone safe. Soon we'll be back with friends and family and back at the race track.

We send a special thanks to those in the medical field, first responders, store workers and other essential workers keeping things going for all of us.

We wish all of you a Happy Easter. Be safe and healthy. See all of you soon!

Sincerely,

The Mayberry Family
PASS Racing
Oxford Plains Speedway
 
ACT, PASS & Speed51 to Present
4/18 Northeast eClassic Event
4-7-20 - Drivers and race fans in the New England region will have something to look forward to on Saturday, April 18. Following the postponement of the real-world Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, the American-Canadian Tour (ACT), Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Speed51 have teamed up for the inaugural Northeast eClassic sim racing event.

The inaugural Northeast eClassic will feature Late Model racers from ACT, PASS, Oxford Plains Speedway, Thunder Road International Speedbowl and White Mountain Motorsports Park. A live broadcast of the race will be available for free on Speed51.

"All of us wish we could be at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on April 17-18, but we're happy to team up with PASS and Speed51 to offer a virtual version of the Northeast Classic during this tough time," said Cris Michaud, Co-Owner of ACT, Thunder Road and White Mountain. "This will be a great way to showcase our racers and give fans something to look forward to while we all eagerly await the start of the racing season."

The Northeast eClassic will be a 75-lap Super Late Model race at the virtual New Hampshire Motor Speedway, using the popular iRacing simulation service. To ensure a level playing field, a fixed setup will be used by all drivers during the event.

To compete in the event, drivers must have competed in at least one race on the American-Canadian Tour or Pro All Stars Series, or one race at Oxford Plains Speedway, Thunder Road International Speedbowl or White Mountain Motorsports Park.

Entry into the event is free for eligible drivers. Drivers who would like to compete in the event are required to fill out a registration form.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Speed51's live broadcast of the event on Saturday, April 18 will begin at 3 p.m. ET for qualifying and heat races. That will lead into the 75-lap main event at the virtual "Magic Mile."

Drivers will be able to participate in a one-hour practice session prior to the event. Additional practice sessions will be announced in the coming days.

The Northeast eClassic will be a four-tire event, with no tire changes allowed. Caution laps will count towards the 75-lap race distance, with three attempts at a green-white-checkered finish to end the race.

ACT and Thunder Road announcer Aaron Maynard will join the live broadcast to call the exciting racing action.

More details and information about the inaugural Northeast eClassic on Speed51 will be announced soon.

As you make your plans to participate or watch the Northeast eClassic, be sure to also make your plans to attend the rescheduled Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on May 8-9.

For more information on the American-Canadian Tour, visit www.acttour.com.

For more information on the Pro All Stars Series, visit www.proallstarsseries.com.

To view Speed51's full schedule of live sim racing broadcasts, click here.

- Speed51 Press Release & Graphic
 

EASTER BUNNY 150
AT HICKORY
POSTPONED

The Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway has been postponed, after discussions with Hickory Motor Speedway, due to current events. 

We are looking at a possible May date if circumstances allow. 

The rescheduled date will be announce by the middle of April.  Wishing everyone good health during these trying times.

 
The NORTHEAST CLASSIC
Northeast Classic Officially Postponed to May 8 and 9
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME - 4-6-20 - Racers and fans awaiting the inaugural Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) will have to wait a few more weeks. American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Star Series (PASS) officials announced today the highly-anticipated event has officially been postponed to Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9.

The rescheduling comes in the wake of an ongoing stay-at-home order issued by the state of New Hampshire as a response to the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. The order is in effect until May 4, which spans through the original mid-April Northeast Classic date.

While the potential make-up dates had previously been set, officials elected to wait on an official postponement due to the fluidness of the situation. However, it eventually became clear that holding the event is April as initially planned was no longer a realistic possibility.

Open practice for the Northeast Classic is now is scheduled for Friday, May 8 with qualifying and features on Saturday, May 9. ACT and PASS are working with Star Speedway, White Motorsports Park, Oxford Plains Speedway and other weekly tracks with events scheduled on those dates to leave as few conflicts as possible. More information will be announced regarding the status of the tour-type Modified race, as a Tri-Track Open Modified Series event is also currently scheduled for that weekend.

Each series as well as NHMS will continue to post updates as they are available. Teams can still enter the Northeast Classic by visiting www.acttour.com or www.proallstarseries.com.

"The postponement is unfortunate but also necessary," ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. "We remained hopeful about keeping the event on schedule for as long as possible, but as we stated previously, we are committed to doing what's best for our teams and fans. We'll continue to put them first throughout this process and ask that everyone take proper precautions in the meantime."

"These are unprecedented times for everyone involved," PASS owner Tom Mayberry added. "We'll continue to abide by all state and federal orders and respond to any changes accordingly. We're thankful to the folks at NHMS for working with us to find a new date and to local tracks for being willing to accommodate the change."

For more information, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com.   Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
 

Statement from ACT and PASS

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have been monitoring the situation regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. We understand the situation is a serious one both locally and around the world. We also realize the situation is a fluid one, with circumstances changing by the day - and sometimes by the hour.

People have already started to ask us what the status is of our scheduled season-opening events at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on April 17/18 and Oxford Plains Speedway on April 25/26. The reality is that, due to the fluidness of the situation, we are in "wait and see" mode just like our teams and fans. That being said, we take the health of our teams and fans seriously, and we will ultimately do what's best in that regard. We also will abide by whatever local and federal executive orders regarding social gatherings are still in place come mid-to-late April.

Both ACT and PASS have been speaking with relevant experts and authorities regarding the situation. We will continue to take guidance from these authorities and will know more as we get closer to the scheduled dates.

We wish we had more to tell you, but as everyone has seen, circumstances can and will change quickly during these times. For the sake of everyone, we hope the COVID-19 threat passes sooner rather than later so people can resume their regular lives. In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy, and we hope to see everyone at the racetrack soon.
 

EASTER BUNNY POSTPONED

The Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway has been postponed, after discussions with Hickory Motor Speedway, due to current events. 

We are looking at a possible May date if circumstances allow. 

The rescheduled date will be announce by the middle of April.  Wishing everyone good health during these trying times.
ENTRY FORM - HICKORY - 4-11
ENTRY LIST - HICKORY - 4-11
EVENT SCHEDULE - HICKORY - 4-11
PASS North Drivers
Set to Invade Hickory
Naples, Maine -3-12-20 - There may still be some snow on the ground in the Northeast, but more than a dozen drivers are looking past it towards one of the seasons biggest races that is just over a month away. The 15th Annual Easter Bunny 150 will be run at historic Hickory Motor Speedway on April 10 and 11 and several familiar names from the Northern Pro All Stars Series (PASS) are looking to etch their names in a record book that stretches back some 60+ years.

Two-time Race Winner Ben Rowe is looking forward to the season debut with new crew chief Jason Ricker. "It seems like the Easter Bunny 150 is the spring race that everybody wants to go to. We have huge car counts, and it's a really stout field, plus it's Hickory and everyone wants to win at Hickory. I'm really looking forward to getting our season kicked off, especially with hiring Jason as crew chief and him working with Ricky Rolfe, we are looking for great things."

Derek Ranstrom survived a wild 2019 race which saw Popular Bubba Pollard and five-time Easter Bunny Race winner Preston Peltier swap paint in the waning laps of the race. Pollard ultimately payed the price with a turn four spin off the machine of Peltier putting them both to the rear. The ensuing restart saw youngster Tate Folgleman going around in a cloud of smoke off the bumper of Corey Heim, also relegating both of those drivers to the end of the next restart. With them out of the way, Ranstrom went on to fend off fellow north competitor Mike Hopkins for his first career Hickory win exclaiming, "This place is incredible!"

Northern transplant John Peters hopes to make his first trip to Hickory a memorable one. Peters, now residing in Morrisville, NC said, "We are at a point now as a team where we'd like to continue knocking things off the long-term bucket list, and really enjoy the racing we're still able to do. We've always been interested in the Easter Bunny 150 and my move to North Carolina gave us a little extra motivation to do it now. It would be awesome to win and would be a great way to start the season. Regardless, the experience itself will be worth it.

Hickory Motor Speedway has boasted some of racing's most recognizable names over its history, and the traditional Easter Bunny 150 is no exception. Drivers like the aforementioned Peltier, Rowe and 4 time Pass North Champion have graced victory lane a combined Eight times between the three drivers.
 
Representing the Canadian contingent will be Nova Scotia resident Cole Butcher. The driver from Canada has showed a lot of speed at various venues up and down the eastern seaboard in recent years, and hopes to figure out the tricky and bumpy Hickory surface. "It would mean the world to win it," Butcher said, "That race puts people on the map. It's big Motor Vs. Small Motor and you really never know how it's going to end up." Butcher makes reference to the Northern teams tendency to focus on handling and getting through the corners quickly while their southern counterparts are known to feature bigger power but less handling, setting up a classic tire wear battle on the old and abrasive surface.

For some drivers, it's more about luck then power or handling. 23-year-old Derek Griffith falls into that category. "We had a really good car last year but unfortunately got wrecked by someone early. I think we have run that race 4 times, and just had bad luck." Coming off five PASS North wins in 2019, and a hot early season, the New Hampshire resident hopes this is his year to turn it around. "Hickory is a special place so any race there seems to put on a good show. That race has been won by a ton of very good guys, so it would be cool if we can add our name to that list."

One more driver adding Hickory to his bucket list is Maine's Ben Ashline. The driver of the Picard racing 99 joined the PASS tour late in 2019 and made a big splash by winning at the Lanier Raceplex in Georgia. Ashline hopes to put his name in the record books alongside the others. "We show up to win, second stinks. It looks very unique. Every track has its own characteristics and this one appears to have plenty of its own from the videos I have seen online. New tracks and new competitors bring new challenges, and we love a good challenge."

Ashline and crew will certainly be put to the test. Also on the early entry list is last year's runner up in the race, and PASS National Champion Mike Hopkins. Hopkins is no stranger to big races and his home track, Speedway 95, is said by some to have a lot of the same characteristics as Hickory. 2019 PASS Champion and past Easter Bunny winner DJ Shaw heads up the Shaw Racing entrants along with his protégée teenager Gabe Brown. Scarborough's Garrett Hall, a twice PASS winner in 2019, along with Jake Johnson, JP Josiasse, Angelo Belsito, and Bangor's Gary Smith have also filed early entries for the 15th annual holiday weekend race. Adding to the pressure of it all is this is the first PASS National race of 2020 making it an especially important race for every driver who enters.

As entries continue to pour into PASS headquarters, the names and accomplishments of those hoping to take home the hardware reads of a who's who in short track Super Late Model racing.

MASS Street Stocks and Mini-Stocks will join the docket with a pair of 50 Lap open races.

All the action gets under way Friday April 10th with rotating practice for all three competing divisions with the pit gate opening at noon and closing at six. On Saturday, April 11, pit gates open at 11:30 with practice beginning at 1:30 followed by time trials at 4:30. An autograph party will follow the qualifying at 6pm with an Easter egg hunt for the kids at 6:30. Racing begins promptly at 7pm with the mini-stocks, followed by the MASS Street Stocks and the Easter Bunny 150.

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ROWE - SWEET - GERRY
PASS Registered Drivers Surpasses 30
Naples, ME - 3-1-20 - With six weeks to go before the first race of the 2020 season, the number of registered drivers for Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North/National sits at 33. With an 18 race schedule starting with the Easer Bunny 150 on April 11th in Hickory North Carolina and culminating with the championship race at Seekonk October 24th, excitement is growing as the snow begins to melt away.

Leading the charge is back-to-back champion DJ Shaw out of Center Conway, New Hampshire. Shaw has been perennial contender for the PASS Championship over the past decade and hopes to make it three in a row and his fifth.

Hoping to put a stop to the Shaw reign will be New Hampshire's Derek Griffith. The youngster from Hudson narrowly missed his first PASS North Championship in 2019 by a scant 21 points and led the series with five season wins. Griffith does have the 2018 PASS National Championship on his resume, showing he is more than capable of running up front week in and week out at a variety of different tracks.

Turner's Ben Rowe has had a rejuvenation of sorts over the last couple of years showing a lot of speed and finishing a not so distant third in the 2019 championship picture. The 51-time race winner and four-time North Champion had 4 top 3 finishes in 2019, including three of them at home track Oxford Plains Speedway. Rowe is also a five-time National Champion and has a wealth of experience and a seasoned crew behind his 2020 campaign.

Perhaps the biggest wild card in the deck is teenager Gabe Brown. The 2018 Super Late Model Champion at Oxford Plains Speedway embarked on a full season of completion with PASS in 2019. Garnering five top 5's and 11 top ten's, the 17 year old driver showed he is more than capable of running at the front in one of the Northeast's most competitive touring series. With a full season under his belt, Brown is sure to see victory lane in 2020 and contend for the title in his Shaw chassis.

Ben Ashline came on strong at the end of 2019 in the P&A Racing number 99 Chevy. In five races Ashline scored a top five and a seventh place finish in the Oxford 250 before nailing down a popular victory at Lanier, Georgia in November. Ashline has long since showed speed in his various racing endeavors and as a Distance Racing employee, has learned how to adapt setups from track to track.

Scoring a pair of victories last year was Vermont's Nick Sweet and Maine's Garret Hall. While neither driver has secured a PASS Championship as of yet in their young careers, eight career wins between them and a multitude of podium finishes show they should be considered threats on a weekly basis.

Two-time Champion Travis Benjamin took a step back in the middle of the 2019 season after a slow start. The Petit Motorsports driver nailed down a weekly win at Oxford Plains before securing his third career Oxford 250 win. Benjamin scored 4 top finishes on the season and finished sixth in the season title hunt. 2020 looks to be a rebound year for the driver out of Morrill. Brandon Barker has stated his intent to run the entire North schedule in 2020. With six top 10s in a limited schedule over the past two season, the youngster from Windham is poised to make a charge for his first Pass win.

Add into the mix part time veteran drivers like Mike Rowe, Curtis Gerry, Mike Hopkins, Johnny Clark, and Eddie MacDonald along with new comers like Evan Hallstrom and Craig Weinstein and it doesn't take long to realize picking a winner week in and week out may be difficult.

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DJ SHAW #60  -  DEREK GRIFFITH #12G

2020 Pro All Stars Series
 SLM Schedule Preview

Naples, ME -2-27-20 - Hickory Motor Speedway will be the venue for the 15th Annual Easter Bunny 150 that will kick off the 2020 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Schedule on April 11th. Among the early entrants are two-time winner Ben Rowe and 2019 Pass North Champion DJ Shaw. A strong Northern contingent of Super Late Models, including Mike Hopkins, Ben Ashline, and Cole Butcher have already entered in hopes of etching their names in the record books alongside some prestigious race winners at the historic oval.

Just a week later, PASS returns to New England's biggest stage for the first annual Northeast Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on April 18. Ten-time NHMS winner Eddie MacDonald looks to add another victory to his lengthy resume, but will have to fend off a full field as 23 other drivers are already entered for the 75 lap main event.

Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) on April 26th and Hudson Speedway on May 3rd will host a pair of 150 races to complete the four races in four weeks early season schedule. Scenic White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) on the 17th will see Derek Griffith try to repeat his August victory before a return to Oxford Plains Speedway on the 31st for the second of six races at the famed speed plant.

A Mid-Season break in the first three weeks of June will allow teams to re-tool and gear up for the remainder of the summer's aggressive part of the 19 race schedule. Speedway 95 host their annual 150 lap event where home town favorite Mike Hopkins promises to be a big threat to win, before PASS heads down to Star Speedway on the 26th and 27th for a 200 lap event, the third major of the season.

"We tried hard to include some breaks in our schedule, while at the same time giving fans and competitors some of the major events they enjoy," said PASS President Tom Mayberry, "With the Northern racing season being short, we feel like we have a schedule that has the best of both worlds."

A new twist will kick off the OPS race in July 3rd as the drivers will compete in a pair of 75 lap sprints, something that could come into play for August's Oxford 250. WMMP hosts its second 150 race of the season on the 18th before the first of two events at Seekonk on the 29th.

As the calendar flips to August, attention turns to the 47th Annual Oxford 250 at the end of the month, but not before a trip to popular Spud Speedway on the 9th, and the final 250 tune up at OPS on the 16th. With nearly 50 entries for the August showdown, this year's edition of the one of the most prestigious races in Super Late Model racing promises to become an instant classic.

Only one Race on September 19th at WMMP will allow teams a chance to rejuvenate before the October stretch run of Thunder Road (2nd), Oxford Plains Speedway (17th) and Seekonk Speedway (24th) will decide this year champion.

31 Drivers have already registered licenses for competition in 2020 including perennial contenders Ben Rowe, Travis Benjamin, and Johnny Clark. Coupled with youngsters like Gabe Brown, and veterans like Mike Rowe the 2020 Pro All Stars Series looks to showcase the best competition in years.

For more information on the Pro All Stars Series visit Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ProAllStarsSeries/

For marketing opportunities call 207-693-6497 and email passracing@roadrunner.com  or 207-577-1836 and email opsmarketing@yahoo.com.
 

Veterans, Youngsters Making
PASS MODS Tour a Home

2020 PASS MODS SCHEDULE PDF
Naples, ME - 2-4-20 - Coming off one of the most successful years in recent memory, the PASS MODS Tour is finding a niche with new drivers and veterans alike, spurring a massive growth leading into 2020. At least nine new drivers have stated intentions on running parts or all of the 13 race schedule while the majority of last year's class is planning another campaign.

Among the returnees are last year's champion and two time winner Spencer Morse. When asked why he thought the MODS were seeing such growth Spencer said, "It's a great stepping stone for young drivers, and a great landing spot for older guys that have run out of money but still have some talent. Plus they are a ton of fun to drive, it's like a SLM and a Street Stock had a baby."
 
Tyler King, who joined the series on race three in 2019 made his mark by leading the series in wins, hopes to keep Morse and last year's runner up, Jairet Harrison in his rearview all season. Fans can add to that driver trio, perennial contenders like Mike Carrigan and Mark Lundblad Jr, the always popular Matty Sanborn, and youngsters Justin Larsen, Colby Benjamin, Ryan Nelson and Spencer Vaughn to the mix.

Making his return to the series after a one year absence is twice champion and 15-time race winner Ben Tinker out of New Gloucester, Maine. While Tinker has yet to commit to the entire 13 race schedule, he will surely be a contender for race wins when he is able to be present. Said Tinker about his schedule, "It's still in the works, and so much of it depends on what sponsors want to do. We will see how the first few races go and decide from there what's best."

Joining the Pass MODS this year will be a large and diverse crop of faces new and old to the racing scene. Kevin Durgin, Gary Dwinal, Ajay Cates, Dwight Moody and Mark Simond headline some names with a wide variety of experience. Rookies Ashley Beyea, Jake Madore, and Joe Day will join other new comers Tyler Fiscus, Mark Proctor, Jake Madore and Mike Nichols who has also registered a number to make a run at the tour this summer.

Add into the mix drivers like Kristina Nadeau, or her husband Bobby, Geoff Rollins who snagged a victory in 2019, and occasional appearances by the likes of Billy Dixon, Patrick Sullivan and Mike Brown and it's not hard to imagine fields as high as 25 cars at some races.

With all the new faces coupled with a healthy returning contingent, the PASS MODS Tour has become one of the fastest growing touring divisions in New England.

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2020 Oxford 250 Entries Top 40
a Full Seven Months in Advance!
Oxford, ME - 1-31-20 - The 2020 edition of the Oxford 250 has reached the highest number of entries for this time of year in nearly a decade. King Racing veteran Cassius Clark officially filed the 43rd entry for the prestigious race set to be run in the last weekend in August, nearly seven months away. This puts the pace well ahead of the last few years when the historic weekend drew 55 or more of the best Super Late Model drivers in the nation.

"We are absolutely thrilled that so many top-notch drivers are already committing to be a part of one of the biggest weekends on the Eastern Seaboard," said PASS President Tom Mayberry, "The last few 250s have had some phenomenal racing, and by the looks of our entry list so far, this year will be no exception."

Two-time race winner Ben Rowe in his familiar yellow number 4 was the first of this year's entrants even before the calendar flipped into 2020. It wasn't long after that when entries began to flood the Rte. 26 office. Northeast Legend Mike Rowe was the 20th driver to officially file his intent to compete in his 38th Oxford 250 in hopes to add to his three previous wins in three different decades.

The impressive entry list reads like a Who's Who of Super Late Model racing in the Northeast, including nine-time track champion Jeff Taylor, 2019 track champion and multi-time Pro-All Star Series (PASS) winner Curtis Gerry, and back-to-back winner Eddie MacDonald who still seeks his first 250 win in a SLM.

Making the long haul all the way from Washington State will be Super Late Model standout Garret Evans whose lone appearance in 2016 resulted in a disappointing 23rd place finish after running near the front most of the day. Local young hot shoes like Austin Teras and Josh Childs, who have both been feature winners at the famed 3/8 mile oval, promise to make the veterans earn their way, while the Canadian contingent will be represented by Cole Butcher, who has shown a tremendous amount of speed in several races.

Among the most recent entries are the likes of three-time 250 Champion Travis Benjamin, four-time PASS Champion DJ Shaw, and last year's runner up Derek Griffith who will all compete to wear the wreath at the end of 250 laps. With 43 of the best drivers in America already on the entry list, the 47th annual Oxford 250 promises to be the best yet with the entry list sure to rise in coming months.

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The NORTHEAST CLASSIC
PASS & ACT ANNOUNCE 2020
NORTHEAST CLASSIC SCHEDULE
EVENT SCHEDULE - NHMS - 4-18
Naples, & ME Waterbury, VT - 1-29-20 - Officials for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) have announced the event schedule for the inaugural 2020 Northeast Classic slated for Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18. The two premier full fendered series' in the Northeast are partnering up on New England's biggest stage for what is hoped to be a yearly event.

"What bigger way to open our 2020 Northeast racing season than on the biggest stage in the region," said Pass president Tom Mayberry. "We're glad to be working with ACT and NHMS on this event and aim to make it a new annual tradition for racers from Connecticut to Quebec." The Northeast Classic will also feature open races for the powerful Tour-type Modifieds, the always popular Street Stock class, as well as the newly added New England Mini-Stock Tour (NEMST) making its 7th appearance at the "Magic Mile".

All the action kicks off on Friday April 17th with a full card of rotating practice for all five divisions. Saturday April 18th will feature qualifying and main event racing with Sunday the 19th held in reserve as a rain date.

The Northeast Classic promises to give center stage to some of the region's top local drivers while providing fans with a diverse card of racing, making it an instant must see for fans of any type of racing in the region.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For more information on ACT, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

Modified teams can contact Ed Bennett at (732) 278-6200 and Greg Felton at (413) 695-2272 with any questions or concerns.

Bennett, Felton to Run Modified Open
at NHMS Northeast Classic

Waterbury, VT - 1-2-20 - Two of the most reputable names in Northeast Modified racing will be part of the operations team for the inaugural Northeast Classic. American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials have announced that Ed Bennett and Greg Felton will oversee the Modified Open at Loudon's New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18.

Bennett and Felton have been part of the regional Modified racing scene for decades. Each currently holds a major role with the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS). Bennett joined the series in January 2019 as a managing partner in charge of race day operations. He is also a longtime Modified car owner who has fielded rides for drivers such as Matt Hirschman, Jimmy Blewett, Chuck Hossfield, and Erick Rudolph.

Felton was named Series Head of Race Tech for the Tri-Track Modifieds in February 2019. Felton has been a successful Modified crew chief for decades, winning races and championships with Woody Pitkat, Kirk Alexander, Todd Szgedy, and others. He transitioned to a race official in recent years and served as a technical advisor for MRS prior to joining TTOMS.

Bennett and Felton now bring their expertise to the first-ever Northeast Classic. The Modified Open will be a 50-lap event as part of a packed schedule at the "Magic Mile" that includes the season-openers for the ACT Late Model Tour and PASS North Series as well as an open event for eight-cylinder Street Stocks.

"We're excited that Ed and Greg have agreed to take the reins for the Modified Open," ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. "When Tom (Mayberry) and I were putting the Northeast Classic together, we knew getting the right people for the Modified portion was a must. Ed and Greg's resumes speak for themselves. They're doing great things with the Tri-Track Modifieds and they'll do a great job for us at NHMS."

"To run a successful Modified event, you need people who understand Modifieds," PASS president Tom Mayberry added. "Cris and I are full-fendered guys, so we knew we had to find people for the Modified side that were in their element. Getting Ed and Greg on board was a priority for us, and we're happy they'll be part of the team putting on the first-ever Northeast Classic."

Modified teams can contact Ed Bennett at (732) 278-6200 and Greg Felton at (413) 695-2272 with any questions or concerns.

The full Northeast Classic event schedule will be announced in the coming weeks. Open practice for all divisions is set for Friday, April 17 with qualifying and feature action on Saturday, April 18. The rain date is Sunday, April 19.

For more information on ACT, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com.  Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

PASS & ACT to Open 2020
Championship Seasons at NHMS

Naples, ME - Waterbury, VT -  Loudon, NH's New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) will be the launching pad for the 2020 Northeast Late Model racing season. The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and the Pro All Star Series (PASS) announced today they will visit the "Magic Mile" on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, 2020 for the inaugural Northeast Classic.

ACT and PASS are partnering up as co-promoters of the extravaganza that features two of the region's top touring series. Both will be point-counting events that open the 2020 title chases for their respective series.

The event is ACT's first visit to NHMS since the 2017 ACT Invitational. It will be the second-ever point-counting event for the series at the 1.058-mile speedway, joining the ACT All-Star Challenge in 2011. PASS returns to the Magic Mile for the second straight year and third time overall after running National Championship Series events in 2015 and 2019.

In addition to ACT and PASS, the Northeast Classic also includes open shows for Tour-type Modifieds and 8-cylinder Street Stocks. The Modifieds will have a 50-lap main event while the Street Stocks will go 25 laps. It adds up to a full afternoon of racing for fans of both full-fender and open-wheel action.

Friday, April 17 has been set as Practice Day for the Northeast Classic with racing on Saturday, April 18. The rain date will be Sunday, April 19. More details on all events will be announced soon.

"We're beyond excited to return to NHMS," ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. "A few months ago, an event like this wasn't even on our radar. But Tom Mayberry and the folks at NHMS worked with us to make it happen, and we've put something together that we think racers and fans will love. ACT had a great run at NHMS with the Invitational for nine years, and we're happy to start a new chapter at this great racetrack."

"We're already looking forward to April," PASS owner Tom Mayberry added. "A big event always gets a season started on the right foot. What bigger way to open our 2020 Northeast racing season than on the biggest stage in the region? We're glad to be working with ACT and NHMS on this event and aim to make it a new annual tradition for racers from Connecticut to Quebec."

For more information on ACT, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com.  Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
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Choice Hotels International Returns
as Official PASS Hotel Partner

Pro All Stars Series (PASS) president Tom Mayberry is pleased to welcome back Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH) as the Official Hotel Partner of the Pro All Stars Series.

Established in 2001, PASS sanctions and promotes short track racing series throughout the eastern seaboard and maritime Canada.

PASS race teams, fans, family and friends can receive a discount at Choice brand hotels when booking hotel rooms through the Choice Hotels Sports Desk at 877.240.AWAY (2929) or via www.choicesportstravel.com. Discount subject to availability.

Choice Hotels has more than 4,500 Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge, and Rodeway Inn brand hotels across the country and many within close proximity to the series race locations.

In making the announcement Mayberry said, "Many of our race teams, fans and friends of the series took advantage of our partnership with Choice Hotels International. We all know that travel expenses are a big chunk of any race team or race fans' budget, and the PASS discount really adds up over the course of the racing season. We're especially pleased with our association with Choice Hotels because it extends well beyond race teams on race day. Our racers, their fans, friends, and family can all take advantage of the Choice Hotels discount for both business and pleasure travel. It's a winning proposition for us all, and we appreciate Choice Hotel International's continued support."

"Our hope with this partnership provides PASS Racing and its members with the convenience and affordability of the more than 4,500 properties in the Choice Hotels domestic system," said Karen Krupka, manager, sports marketing, Choice Hotels. "We look forward to continuing and growing the partnership."

To take advantage of the PASS/Choice Hotels discount program,
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Choice Hotels International franchises more than 6,000 hotels, representing more than 455,000 rooms, in the United States and 38 countries and territories. The company's Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn brands serve guests worldwide.

Additional corporate information may be found on Choice Hotels Internet site, which may be accessed at choicehotels.com.

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