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PASS RULES:  | NEW SLM Rules Effective 7/1/14 | 2013 Sportsman | 2014 PASS MODS | NEW 2014 Strictlys/Wildcats |
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| Tech Bulletins | Tech Contacts: North: Charlie Rockwell - 802-754-2822 after 5 PM. South: Kyler Honeycut at 704-791-6115.

2014 PASS MASTER SCHEDULE
with 2014 Schedules for North SLM,
South SLM, South PLM, NELMS,
PASS MODS, & Sportsman

 2014 POINTS HERE

2014 LICENSED DRIVERS HERE

Series Contact: Tommy Mayberry, President
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All Super Late Model Teams
North and South Please Note:
SUPER LATE MODEL RULES
10.4 Wheelbase, Tread Width, Frame Height
a. Minimum wheelbase is 102” on either side. The left side wheelbase must be +/- 1” of right side. Maximum wheelbase is 108”
b. Maximum tread width front and rear is 66”.
c. Absolute minimum height of frame and cross members is 3” from ground before, during and after each race event with driver. No lifting allowed. The driver is to remain in the car until ride height is done or authorized by tech. Rear spoiler height maximum must be maintained before, during and after each event. 
TOM MAYBERRY’S
2nd ANNUAL

To RETURN on OCT. 24-25
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry, has recently announced that the Annual Swap Meet and Flea Market will once again take place in the fall of 2014 here at Oxford Plains Speedway.

“I am very excited about our inaugural event that took place this past October stated Mayberry. It was a very well attended event for the first time that we tried it. We had over fifty vendors and over fifteen hundred paying customers that seemed to enjoy the event immensely. We had everything from racecars and racing parts, vintage cars and parts, to items from people’s basements and attics. A lot of items were sold and that’s what it’s all about. We even had one race team sell their Super Late Model and their enclosed hauler!”

The dates for the 2014 event are as follows:
Friday, October 24th
REGISTRATION & SET-UP DAY – NOON-5PM

Saturday, October 25th
FLEA MARKET DAY #1 – 8AM-4PM

Sunday, October 26th
FLEA MARKET DAY #2 – 8AM-4PM
 

Home of the 42nd ANNUAL


2015 Date Announced For
42nd Annual Oxford 250
OXFORD, ME (August 27) – Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry announced today that the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 will move to a new date starting in 2015. The richest single day short track racing event in North America will now be contested August 28-30, 2015. The Oxford 250 will once again be a Pro All Stars Series (PASS) sanctioned, “open” Super Late Model event, with qualifying heat races and feature racing for the PASS Super Late Models on August 30 to continue the single day tradition the race has become famous for.

Oxford Plains Speedway officials felt that the move to August was needed to accommodate fans who might want to also attend events scheduled for next July at nearby New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

“By announcing the move of the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 to August 30, 2015, we feel this will give ample time to our fans who are looking to plan their summer vacations around this prestigious event,” said Mayberry. “The Oxford 250 is arguably the biggest event in short track racing and we look forward to seeing everyone next August.”

A full schedule of events and support divisions for the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway will be announced in the near future.

For media or marketing questions please contact Alan Dietz at
alandietzpass@live.com or 704-231-2039. More details will be announced soon.

PASS Series Crate Motor Tech Notice


 NEW SLM Rules Effective 7/1/14


Note: SLM Left side weight will remain
57% for the remainder of the 2014 season.


The rules for the 604 crate motor have been updated.

The updates for this motor package will make the weights and all other rules applying to these motors the same for the PASS North Super Late Model Series and the PASS South Super Late Model Series.

The updated rules for this motor package will go into effect on July 1st, 2014

PASS South Super Late Model
Testing Policy

The PASS South Super Late Models Series cut off day to test for an event is 7 full days before the event which means if the race is on a Saturday the last day a team can test without being penalized is the Friday of the week prior to the event. The only exception to this rule is if there is an open practice that is approved by the Pro All Stars Series and open to all competitors. If a team tests within 7 days of the event that team will only receive one lap in time trials and if they qualify they will start at the rear of the field for the main event. Teams will also forfeit 25 points for testing within 7 days of the event. Any driver, crew member, car owner, or crew chief from another team that is in the pits when another team is testing will also be penalized in the same way as the team that tests.

PASS South Pro Late Model
Testing Policy

The PASS South Pro Late Model Series testing policy is now 15 full days before an event the only exception to this rule is if there is an open practice that is open to all competitors and approved by the Pro All Stars Series. If a team tests within 15 days of the event that team will only receive one lap in time trials and if they qualify they will start at the rear of the field for the main event. Teams will also forfeit 25 points for testing within 15 days of the event. Any driver, crew member, car owner, or crew chief from another team that is in the pits when another team is testing will also be penalized in the same way as the team that tests. The PASS South Pro Late Model Series is a Series that is design to be economical and a division for driver’s to learn in, it is not meant for teams that want to do excessive testing prior to an event.
CHARLIE ROCKWELL NAMED
NEW CHIEF TECHNICAL

INSPECTOR FOR 2014
PASS NORTH SERIES RACES
PASS President, Tom Mayberry has announced that Charlie Rockwell will be taking over Chief Technical Inspector job for the PASS North Series in 2014. Rockwell will be taking over the position from long time inspector, Scott Reed whom is pursuing other interests. Rockwell will be taking over the job immediately, handling all technical questions from racers throughout the off-season.

Rockwell hails from Orleans, Vermont where he is a quality control inspector for the Ethan Allen Company. He resides with his wife Jamie, and young daughter, Marina. Rockwell has been involved in racing for numerous years, first working on race cars, then stepping behind the wheel for several years driving everything from Enduro cars to Late Models. In 2011, the heavy underdog qualified for the Oxford 250, putting a check mark on one of his bucket list items.

In 2010, Charlie and his wife Jamie took over as the Tech team at Canaan Fair Speedway where the team developed into one of the most respected in the business. His vast knowledge of everything from four cylinders, to Late Models, Super Late Models, as well as Modifieds made him a leading candidate for the job. Jamie Rockwell will also be joining the team as she will work side by side with her husband in the tech area.

“I am really excited to have Charlie and Jamie on board with us, stated Tom Mayberry, they are first class all the way, and will fit in nicely in our organization. Charlie’s knowledge of numerous types of racecars is important for us, and he and his wife Jamie, both have tremendous people skills. Losing Scotty left us with a big void, as his vast knowledge and tremendous work ethic will definitely be missed, but we feel that the Rockwell’s will be good replacements as we head into the future.”

The 2014 PASS North schedule will be released in the very near future.

For for technical questions for the PASS North Series, contact Charlie & Jamie Rockwell at 802-754-2822 after 5 PM.

If anyone needs technical support for the PASS South Series they may contact Kyler Honeycutt at
704-791-6115.

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Get the inside story about the Pro All Stars Series with hosts Alan Dietz and Dennis Michelsen as they bring you the latest news from the most competitive Super Late Model series in the country.

THIS WEEK (9/17):
Inside PASS returns tonight as Dennis Michelsen and Alan Dietz recap last weekend's PASS 400 Weekend from Beech Ridge Motor Speedway with race winner Derek Ramstrom. Plus we'll talk to PASS National Championship contender Tyler Dippel and newcomer Taylor Stricklin as they prepare for this weekend's Over The Mountain 150 at the legendary Hickory Motor Speedway.
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Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Launches
Job Weld Done Giveaway HERE



Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Launches
all NEW Miller Owners Club  HERE

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Contact CV Products, the PASS South exclusive trackside parts supplier, today at 1-800-448-1223 to place your parts order to be delivered directly to the track.
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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 in 2012. 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.

TRANSPONDER REMINDER!
All SUPER LATE MODEL teams that
do not have their own transponders must contact PASS Tech:
North: Charlie Rockwell at 802-754-2822 after 5 PM.
South: Kyler Honeycut at 704-791-6115.


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Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Launches all NEW Miller Owners Club
Free club offers exclusive access to welding tips, product previews and projects catered to individuals’ interests and products owned.
CAPPLETON, Wis. - Created for welders who are passionate about what they do, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. introduces the “Miller Owners Club,” which provides a personalized experience when visiting the website at Owners.MillerWelds.com. Since membership is limited to Miller equipment owners, members have exclusive access to product previews, welding tips and project ideas that support a welder’s ability to do great work.

“The Miller Owners Club individualizes the experience for the welder,” says John Swartz, Marketing Manager for Miller Electric Mfg. Co. “While we offer an extensive amount of information on MillerWelds.com, this Club provides the videos, tips and other how-to information unique to the products you own and use, for the projects you're most passionate about.”

Upon registering, members will be asked to complete a profile, providing information specific to the individual’s welding equipment, applications and interests — the more details received the more personalized experience Miller can give the member.

Upon joining, each member will enjoy the benefits the Miller Owners Club has to offer including:

Product previews
News and special events
How-to info and welding tips based on products the member owns
Exclusive merchandise offerings available only to members
Project ideas
Special offers including a free set of Miller decals with sign up – while supplies last

Interested Miller equipment owners are encouraged to sign up now at Owners.MillerWelds.com.
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Series Contact:  Tommy Mayberry, Pres.
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Sunoco Signs
Multi-Year Agreement
with the
Pro All Stars Series
Naples ME - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry and Sunoco Race Fuels have announced a multi-year agreement making Sunoco Supreme and Standard racing gasoline the official spec fuel for all five PASS touring series through 2011 and beyond.

The Pro All Stars Series sanctions and promotes five racing series in the eastern United States and Canada. 2011 marks the series’ eleventh anniversary.

“Sunoco has been with us from day one,” said Mayberry in making the announcement. “Mike Joy, John Holland, Charlie Holland and the entire crew at New England Race Fuels have played a major role in the growth of our organization from a single northern New England based tour to five individual series with races from Florida to Maritime Canada. As we expanded to the southeast we have had tremendous support from Sunoco distributors such as Hank Thomas Performance, and the fact that most every race track where we compete pumps Sunoco Race Fuel makes it a perfect partnership, one that we hope will continue for many years to come.”
 

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th
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PASS SLM RIPLEY & FLETCHER FORD 150

PASS MODS 40, PASS SPORTSMAN 40,
LEGENDS 25, OUTLAW SPORTSMAN/
STREET STOCKS 40,
& MINI-STOCKS 40


PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
TRIPLE CROWN RACE #3 - 50 LAPS
PASS NORTH SLM CHAMPION - DJ SHAW
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS: OLIVER - DOIRON - SHAW
Photos by
Norm Marx
JOEY DOIRON WINS PASS NORTH SLM FINALE,
DJ SHAW CLAIMS SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP
Oxford, Maine – Joey Doiron of Berwick outran DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire to the checkered flag to win the Ripley & Fletcher Ford PASS 150 for Super Late Models Saturday at Oxford Plains Speedway.

For Doiron it was his second victory of the season on the series. While Shaw came up a bit short in the race, his runner-up finish was enough to wrap up his first Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model championship.

Late-race cautions gave Doiron the opportunity to battle for the victory with Standish veteran David Oliver, who dominated much of the event prior to the final restart with just a handful of laps remaining. Oliver settled for a third-place finish, completing a sweep of the podium finishes for Dale Shaw Race Cars drivers.

Johnny Clark of Farmingdale, the most prolific champion in Pro All Stars Series history, entered the event with hopes of overtaking Shaw in the championship standings, but came up a bit short with a fourth-place finish. Glen Luce of Turner ended up fifth both in the race and the 2014 championship standings.

Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Scott McDaniel of Livermore, early race leader Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Oxford Plains Speedway legend Mike Rowe of Turner and two-time Oxford 250 champion Travis Benjaminof Morill rounded out the top ten.

Mitch Miller of West Boylston, Massachusetts claimed his second victory of the season in the 40-lap PASS Modified main event. Former champion Mark Lucas of Harpswell was the best of the rest, with Lovell’s Evan Armington nailing down a third-place finish. Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire, another former champion, ended up with a fourth-place finish. Scott Alexander of Newburgh posted a fifth-place finish to claim his first series championship in the PASS Modified class.

Brad Babb of Windham got by Corey Mason of Stark, New Hampshire late in the 50-lap race for PASS Northeast Late Models and claimed not only the race win, but the three-race series championship as well. Mike Kenison of Lancaster, New Hampshire made a late charge pay off with a second-place finish, just in front of series runner-up Ryan Morgan of Mystic, Connecticut. Ryan Deane of Winterport and Mark Lundblad, Jr. of Conway, New Hampshire completed the top five.

Multi-time PASS Sportsman Champion Dan McKeage of Gorham closed out the 2014 season in victory lane, but his 40-lap score was not enough to overtake his hometown rival, Joe Pastore, Jr., atop the series final rankings. Portland’s Scott Dorr prevailed in an entertaining, spirited battle for runner-up honors with Scarborough’s Frank Wear. Pastore wrapped up his title with a fourth-place finish. The winner’s father, Lyman McKeage of Gorham, rounded out the top five.

Bobby Weymouth of Topsham got to the front of the pack early and drove to victory in the 25-lap headliner for the visiting NELCAR Legends cars tour. Trevor Sanborn of Parsonsfield, who destroyed his Super Late Model in a morning practice session, nailed down second-place honors in front of Lincoln’s Alan Smith. Mathew Burgoine of Newport stayed atop the championship standings with a fourth-place finish. Tyler Braunschweig of West Newfields rounded out the top five.

Once Leeds racer Kyle Hewins got by early race leader Lewis Anderson of Buxton it was all over in the 40-lap Street Stock main event. Hewins dominated the remainder of the event, winning by over a half-lap over Waterford’s Richie Morse, making his first appearance of the season. BJ Chapman of Bridgton crossed the finish line in third position, followed by Auburn’s Mike Short and Corey Morgan of Lewiston.

Justin Trombley of Winter Harbor patiently worked his way through traffic, took the lead from Turner’s Calvin Rose, Jr., and cruised to victory lane following the 30-lap Mini Stock feature event. Rose held on to second-place for the balance of the race, with Rob Greenleaf of West Bath claiming third-place spoils. Nik Coates of Lisbon abd Green’s George Fortin rounded out the top five.
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at OXFORD PLAINS
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-27-14
1) 73 - Joey Doiron - 150 Laps
2) 60n - DJ Shaw - 150
3) 21 - David Oliver - 150
4) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
5) 7L - Glen Luce - 150
6) 84 - Scott Mulkern - 150
7) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 150
8) 57me - Austin Theriault - 150
9) 24 - Mike Rowe - 150
10) 17 - Travis Benjamin - 150
11) 20 - Mike Landry - 150
12) 00 - Bryan Kruczak - 149
13) 56 - Evan Beaulieau - 149
14) 33 - Richie Dearborn - 149
15) 53x - Dave Rogers - 149
16) 7 - Curtis Gerry - 149
17) 94 - Shawn Martin - 149
18) 4 - Ben Rowe - 148
19) 61 - TJ Brackett - 148
20) 2 - Nick Cusak - 148
21) 60 - Tim Brackett - 148
22) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 148
23) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 148
24) 28 - Kirk Thibeau - 146
25) 32 - Jean Dechesneau - 144
26) 75 - Jessie Smith - 127
27) 53 - Alan Wilson - 86
28) 21d - Kevin Douglas - 74
29) 25 - Shawn Knight - 64
30) 20x - Joey Pastore - 57
31) 03 - Scott Moore -56
32) 48 - Bobby Timmons - 37
33) 66 - Mike Fowler - 12
34) 73me - Adam Polvinen - 1
| SLM Entries Received-OPS-9-27 |
PASS MODS CHAMPION - SCOTT ALEXANDER
PASS MODS
PASS Modified (40 laps) 1 7 Mitch Miller, West Boylston, MA; 2 5 Mark Lucas, Harpswell; 3 9 Evan Armington, Lovell; 4 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 5 17a Scott Alexander, Newburgh; 6 22 Doug McClure, Buxton; 7 33 Billy Dixon, Waterboro; 8 89 Ryan Phillips, Buxton; 9 14 Scott McDaniel, Livermore; 10 00 JR Baril, Haverhill, MA; 11 86 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin; 12 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 13 64 Matt Sanborn, Westbrook; 14 4 Josh Brown, Center Conway, NH; 15 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester; 16 12 Jimmy Emerson, Windham; 17 22x Zac Darveau, Chelsea.
2014 PASS Modified Champion: Scott Alexander, Newburgh.
PASS SPORTSMAN CHAMPION - JOE PASTORE JR.
PASS SPORTSMAN
PASS Sportsman (40 laps) 1 43 Dan McKeage, Gorham; 2 60 Scott Dorr, Portland; 3 20x Frank Wear, Scarborough; 4 20 Joe Pastore, Jr., Gorham; 5 58 Lyman McKeage, Gorham; 6 01 Rob Drew, Lovell; 7 4 Jeremy Hall, Franconia, NH; 8 36 Nate Leavitt, Buxton; 9 1 Brad Hammond, Turner.
2014 PASS Sportsman Series Champion: Joe Pastore, Jr., Gorham.
PASS NELMS CHAMPION - BRAD BABB
PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODELS SERIES
PASS Northeast Late Model (50 laps) 1 15 Brad Babb, Windham; 2 3 Mike Kenison, Lancaster, NH; 3 3 Ryan Morgan, Mystic, CT; 4 54 Ryan Deane, Winterport; 5 28 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Conway, NH; 6 21 Shane Clark, Winterport; 7 1 Brad Hammond, Turner; 8 1 Corey Mason, Stark, NH; 9 12 Bobby Pelland III, Cranston, RI; 10 36 Nate Leavitt, Buxton; 11 77 Dale Verrill, South Paris; 12 8 Keith Stuart, Naples.
2014 PASS NorthEast Late Model Champion: Brad Babb, Windham.
NELCAR LEGENDS
NELCAR Legends Cars (25 laps) 1 399 Bob Weymouth, Topsham; 2 29 Trevor Sanborn, Parsonsfield; 3 33 Alan Smith, Lincoln; 4 38 Mathew Burgoine, Newport; 5 70 Tyler Braunschweig, West Newfields; 6 96 Wyatt Alexander, Ellsworth; 7 8 Matt Chagnot, Derry, NH; 8 00 Phillip Brackett III, South Portland; 9 19 Kevin Girard, Old Orchard Beach; 10 10 Ed Getty, Gray; 11 27 Richard Humphrey, Parsonsfield; 12 81 Dan Winter, Windham; 13 42 Steve Johnson, North Conway, NH; 14 61 Garrett Johnson, n/a; 15 2 Darren Johnson, Pembroke, NH; 16 72 Mike Humphrey, Cornish.
STREET STOCKS/OUTLSWS
Street Stocks/Outlows (40 laps) 1 51 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 2 04x Richie Morse, Waterford; 3 58 BJ Chapman, Bridgton; 4 3 Mike Short, Auburn; 5 26 Corey Morgan, Lewiston; 6 81 Lewis Anderson, Buxton; 7 36 Rick Spaulding, Lisbon; 8 17 Gary Davis, Harrison; 9 40 Mac Hannan, Jr., Union; 10 33x Travis Burrows, Brownfield; 11 5 Guy Childs, North Turner; 12 33 Andrew Breton, Sabattus; 13 777 Mike St. Germain, Auburn; 14 4 Curtis Gleason, South Portland; 15 82 Chaz Briggs, Westbrook; 16 05 Glen Reynolds, Greene; 17 2x Adam Lovejoy, Sanford; 18 2 Dale Lawrence, Lewiston; 19 73 Troy Jordan, Poland; 20 1 Ed Connolly, Scarborough.
MINI STOCKS
Mini Stock (30 laps) 1 34 Justin Trombley, Winter Harbor; 2 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 3 2 Rob Greenleaf, West Bath; 4 4 Nik Coates, Lisbon; 5 9 George Fortin, Greene; 6 77 Ashley Marshall, Jay; 7 61 Chris Morris, Auburn; 8 2x Butch Keene, Turner; 9 14 Matt Moore, Mechanic Falls; 10 90 Desmond Skillings, Antrim, NH; 11 10 Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 12 4j Joe Katula, Lisbon Falls; 13 12 Darrell Moore, Mechanic Falls; 14 18 Tim Collins, Farmingdale; 15 83 Brady Romano, Liverore Falls; 16 25 Nick Skillings, Warner, NH.
 


Saturday, September 20th
Peltier Makes It Three-In-A-Row with PASS South Win at Hickory
HICKORY, NC (August 16) – Preston Peltier took the lead with five laps to go from race long dominator Tyler Dippel and held on for his third straight Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win in the Over The Mountain 150 Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway. The win increases Peltier’s All-Time series wins total to 13, the most in PASS South history.

“Tyler [Dippel] just kept pushing me higher and higher into the loose stuff on that last restart, but I finally got a good enough run coming off turn two that I was able to clear him and get the win,” said Peltier after his fifth PASS South Super Late Model win at Hickory since 2010. “I don’t know what it is about this place, but we’ve got a really good setup and the breaks just seem to fall our way in the end.”

In qualifying, Peltier edged out PASS South Super Late Model points leader Tyler Church for his 17th career quick qualifying time and third straight at Hickory in the Over The Mountain 150. Peltier’s good fortune continued in the top 10 qualifiers redraw when he drew pill number one to start from the pole position in the Robert Hamke-owned Dodge Challenger.

But, at the drop of the green flag to start the race, Jody Measamer got the advantage over Peltier to lead the strong 30 car field into turn one. By lap 18, Dippel established himself as the driver to beat, moving around Measamer for the top spot. Racing was heated back behind the leaders as competitors raced two and three wide for position, 10 rows deep. The first caution of the night waved when the machine of Brandon Lynn slowed in the middle of the pack resulting in a grinding crash back behind him which collected Trevor Noles, Spencer Gallagher, Tate Fogleman, and Lucas Jones.

Following a minor spin in turn two for Jimmy Doyle, Dippel continued to pace the field until lap 33 when Heath Hindman, making his first start since 2011, raced to the front for the first time in the race. However, Hindman’s stint up front was short lived as Dippel made his way back into the lead on lap 44.

Just two laps later, Jeff Batten spun exiting turn four with Kevin Powell and David Latour, Jr. collected in the aftermath. On the restart, the fourth place machine of Measamer struggled to come up to speed, dropping back in the pack and taking Church and Jared Irvan with him as others moved by. Measamer eventually made it to the pits with a flat tire, while Church and Irvan continued on after having fallen back to 14th and 15th respectively.

Meanwhile, Jason Stanley was making an impressive charge to the front after starting in 30th. Stanley moved around Peltier and into the top five on lap 55. By lap 83, Stanley passed Hindman for second and set his sights on the leader Dippel. That was as far as Stanley would go, though, as he began to struggle with the setup of his car eventually falling out of the top five when Church moved around him with 44 laps to go.

After falling back as far as 7th at one point, Peltier methodically began to make his way back to the front, passing rookie Kodie Conner for second with 11 laps to go. The final caution of the night waved just two laps later when Fogleman had more problems and made contact with the backstretch wall.

On the restart, Dippel and Peltier raced hard for the lead, making contact on several occasions over the next four laps. But, with five laps to go, Peltier got the run he needed exiting turn two and moved by Dippel for the lead. Peltier led the rest of the way taking the win over Church, Dippel, Conner, and Cole Timm.

Rounding out the top ten were Brandon Setzer, Brandon Ward, Brandon Lynn, Irvan, and Matt Craig.

In the PASS Pro Late Model division, Nick Robinson led flag-to-flag to record his first career win. Rounding out the top five were fast qualifier Ryan Krachun, Kodie Conner, Erik Nash, and Walker Yates.

Chris Lamb held off a hard charging Scott Hunter for the win in the USAC Eastern Midgets with Tyler Corriher, Matthew Lundstrum, and Mike Ward completing the top five.

Kyle Beattie prevailed in a great battle with Alex Pacheco and Joey Padgett for the Legends feature win.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action again on Saturday, October 18thth at Orange County Speedway along with the PASS Pro Late Models and USAC Eastern Midgets.
Photos by Laura
LWpictures.com
PASS SOUTH SUPER LATE MODELS at HICKORY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-20-14
1) 74 - Preston Peltier - 150 Laps
2) 7 - Tyler Church - 150
3) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 150
4) 45 - Kodie Conner - 150
5) 57 - Cole Timm - 150
6) 6 - Brandon Setzer - 150
7) 62 - Brandon Ward - 150
8) 4 - Brandon Lynn - 150
9) 28 - Jared Irvan - 150
10) 54 - Matt Craig - 150
11) 12 - Heath Hindman - 150
12) 43 - Jason Stanley - 150
13) 12j - Trey Jarrell - 149
14) 6w - Matt Wallace - 149
15) Q104 - Kevin Powell - 148
16) 49 - Jeff Batten - 148
17) 7k 0 Ted Mickelson - 148
18) 33x - Brendon Bock - 147
19) 66 - Zane Smith - 143
20) 14 - Clete Caywood - 141
21) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 138
22) 98 - Jody Measamer - 135
23) 7x - Taylor Stricklin - 112
24) 71 - Jimmy Doyle - 102
25) 33 - Roger Newton - 72
26) 56 - Gus Dean - 57
27) 89L - David Latour Jr. - 45
28) 23 - Spencer Gallagher - 18
29) 16 - Lucas Jones - 18
30) 2 - Trevor Noles - 18
| SLM Entries Received - HICKORY - 9-20 |
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PASS PRO LATE MODELS at HICKORY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-20-14
1) 71 – Nick Robinson
2) 49 – Ryan Krachun
3) 45 – Kodie Conner
4) 1x – Erik Nash
5) 02 – Walker Yates
6) 81 – Jacob Schneider
7) 23 – Zachary Dabbs
8) 82 – Jason Lasky
9) 7 – Matt Murphy
Setzer Seeking Hometown Glory
In PASS South Start At Hickory
CHARLOTTE, NC (September 17) – Entering the 2014 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model campaign, Brandon Setzer had high hopes for success. But the season, did not start out the way he had hoped. Motor problems at Greenville-Pickens and Hickory, coupled with an accident at Dillon, had Setzer mired far back in the standings. But a mid-season switch from his family owned team to the potent Dick Woodman Racing entry saw Setzer score back-to-back podium finishes at Ace and Southern National. Since then, Setzer has returned to the family team and the good runs have continued. He now sits seventh in PASS South Super Late Model points, just 34 points out of the top five as the series prepares for this weekend’s Over The Mountain 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway.

Hickory Motor Speedway means a lot to the Setzer family. Brandon’s dad, Dennis, parlayed Late Model Stock track championships there in 1983 and 1992 into a successful tenure in the Busch and Truck Series. Likewise, Brandon got his start at Hickory Motor Speedway, learning his craft in the track’s Late Model Supertruck and Limited Late Model divisions. Making his third PASS South Super Late Model start at the track this weekend, Setzer feels the ingredients are right for the team to score its first victory.

“To get a win at Hickory would be huge and that’s what we’re working towards,” said Setzer, driver of the Romeo Guest Construction/The Jewelry Exchange Ford #6. “We’re putting extra effort into Hickory. We want to run good everywhere, but we really want to run well at there. We were disappointed with our last race at Hickory and we’re looking forward to going back there again.”

Most of Brandon Setzer’s experience at Hickory Motor Speedway has been in Trucks or Limited Late Models. Competing at the highest level of Super Late Model racing this year has given the young driver quite a bit of knowledge on how to approach the legendary speedway driving in lighter, quicker machines.

“The heavier cars, you can kind of hang them out and drive a slide and with these PASS cars you have to be a lot more careful,” says Setzer. “They’re lighter and have a lot more horsepower and you can get into trouble a lot quicker just based on the speed. But it’s a lot of fun in these PASS cars for sure.”

The other factor Setzer and his PASS South counterparts will be dealing with this weekend at Hickory is just how much the track has changed since the series last raced there in April. With a hot summer and a full season of racing in the books at the 60-year-old speedway, Setzer feels like fans will see a much different race than what they did there in the spring.

“It’s going to be a little bit warmer and tire conservation is going to be big as always at Hickory,” said Setzer. “You’ve got to do a lot more tire saving in these long PASS races. It’s going to be a slick, hot place and fun to race.”

The best of the best will come together this weekend as another outstanding field of the Southeast’s top Super Late Model drivers are expected at Hickory Motor Speedway for the 8th Running of the Over The Mountain 150. 4-time Hickory Motor Speedway PASS winner Preston Peltier will drive the Robert Hamke house car as he seeks his third straight series win. PASS South points leader and defending race winner Tyler Church, a Hickory native, will be among the contenders, along with championship combatants Cole Timm, Jared Irvan, Tyler Dippel, Trevor Noles, and Tate Fogleman. Local standout Taylor Stricklin will be making his PASS South debut after wrapping up the track’s Limited Late Model championship last weekend, along with Spencer Gallagher and Jason Stanley. PASS Pro Late Model standout Kodie Conner will be doing double duty as he makes his first Super Late Model start and will be joined by fellow PASS Pro Late Model racer, Lucas Jones. Brandon Lynn makes his PASS South return for Woodman Racing as a teammate to Kevin Powell. Gus Dean makes his PASS South return as well along with Jody Measamer and Lee Hansard. Veterans Brandon Ward, Jimmy Doyle, Clete Caywood, Tim Pinion, and Ted Mickelson will each be looking for their first Hickory wins, along with up-and-coming racers Trey Jarrell and Tanner Rumburg.

Action gets under way on Friday, September 19th with rotating practice for all divisions from 4 – 7:15 PM. On Saturday, September 20th, practice will start at 1 PM, followed by qualifying at 4:15 PM and racing slated to start at 6 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with 50 laps for the PASS Pro Late Models, and feature racing for the USAC HPD Midgets and Legends cars.

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Peltier Hoping For More PASS
South SLM Success At Hickory
CHARLOTTE, NC (September 9) – As Super Late Model teams from across the Southeast prepare for a return to the Hickory Motor Speedway on September 20 for the Over The Mountain 150, one thing is quite clear. In all likelihood, whoever is contending for the win will most likely have to battle Preston Peltier. Throughout the nearly 10 year history of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model tour, no driver has seen more success at Hickory Motor Speedway than Preston Peltier.

“I think we’ve been so good there, mainly, because it’s so wore out that you have to really drive the car,” said Peltier on why he has been so successful at Hickory. “It’s a momentum racetrack which suits my driving style, but you have to take care of the tires and I think that’s what has made us so good there.”

Peltier is one of the true veterans of the PASS South Super Late Model series, competing regularly on the tour ever since it began at Hickory in 2006. But success was not quick to come to the transplanted Californian who now lives in North Carolina, working for Hendrick Motorsports on the championship rides of Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon. After learning the ropes at Concord Speedway’s legendary Big 10 Series, Peltier did not achieve success in the PASS South series until a win at Orange County Speedway in 2009. In 2010, Peltier scored his first win at Hickory Motor Speedway in the Easter Bunny 150 before eventually winning both the PASS South and PASS National Championships later that season. Since that first win at Hickory, Peltier has become the driver to beat there, with four wins and five quick qualifying times over the last five years.

“The key there for me is not to slip at all, period,” says Peltier. “When you’re racing somebody, when you’re driving into the corner, through the center, getting back to the throttle, if you don’t slip those tires, you’ll be fine.”

Peltier has a pair of wins in both the Easter Bunny 150 and the Over The Mountain 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway. While the Easter Bunny is usually contested in the relative cool of early Spring, the Over The Mountain 150’s late September date presents quite a different animal to drivers hoping to utilize a similar setup as they tackle the 60-year-old speedway.

“You never can tell with Hickory, you can be there in the middle of Summer or early in February for testing, it doesn’t matter, the place changes on a whim,” said Peltier. “So you never know what you’re going to get there and you’ve just got to be versatile enough to adjust for it.”

As always, another great field of the Southeast’s top Super Late Model drivers are expected at Hickory Motor Speedway for the 8th Running of the Over The Mountain 150. In addition to Peltier, local favorites Brandon Setzer and PASS South points leader and defending race winner Tyler Church will be among the contenders. PASS National Championship series points leader Tyler Dippel will be looking to build on a strong run at Hickory in April, along with championship contenders Jared Irvan, Trevor Noles, and Tate Fogleman. Local standout Taylor Stricklin will be making his PASS South debut, along with PASS Pro Late Model standout Kodie Conner and Spencer Gallagher. Brandon Lynn makes his PASS South return for Woodman Racing as a teammate to Kevin Powell. Veterans Brandon Ward, Jimmy Doyle, Clete Caywood and Ted Mickelson will each be looking for their first Hickory wins, along with up-and-coming racer Trey Jarrell.

Action gets under way on Friday, September 19th with rotating practice for all divisions from 3 -6 PM. On Saturday, September 20th, practice will start at 1 PM, followed by qualifying at 4:30 PM and racing slated to start at 6 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with 50 laps for the PASS Pro Late Models, and feature racing for the USAC HPD Midgets and Legends cars.
Hickory Is A Special Place For
PASS South Points Leader Tyler Church
CHARLOTTE, NC (August 28) – Hickory Motor Speedway is a special place for stock car racing fans. A place that has seen greats such as Gwen Staley, Junior Johnson, Ned Jarrett, Tommy Houston, Harry Gant, Dennis Setzer and countless others turn lap after lap around a layout that has changed very little since it first opened in 1951.

Hickory Motor Speedway is a special place for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) too. When many thought Super Late Model racing was a thing of the past in the Southeast, 33 racers from around the country gathered at Hickory on Easter weekend in 2006 to start one of the most successful touring series in the country. More PASS South Super Late Model races have been contested at Hickory Motor Speedway than any other track in the region.

One of the most emotional PASS South events at Hickory was last September in the 7th Running of the Over The Mountain 150. After only a handful of starts, hometown hero Tyler Church held off the series all-time winningest driver, Preston Peltier, for his first career PASS South Super Late Model victory.

“That win last year definitely raised my name up for sure as far as people knowing about us,” said Church. “That was huge, especially right there at home. And, I felt like we should have had the Easter Bunny this year, but hey, that’s racing and we’ll try again.”

Church comes to this year’s Over The Mountain 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway on September 20 in a completely different situation as compared to last year. After racing a limited schedule in 2013, Church heads to his home track as the PASS South Super Late Model points leader with a win at Ace Speedway in May under his belt and another in the prestigious Mason Dixon Meltdown in last year’s season finale. Despite all that, Church says he feels little pressure heading home to Hickory.

“It’s not an ego thing, but it’s just home,” said Church, driver of the Church’s Carpet Chevrolet #7. “I’ve made a bunch of laps around there, won some races, and after winning in the PASS series there last year in this same race, I feel excited going back.”
 

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PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at BEECH RIDGE
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-14-14
1) 35 - Derek Ramstrom - 300 Laps
2) 60 - DJ Shaw - 300
3) 57 - Austin Teriault - 300
4) 17 - Travis Benjamin - 300
5) 24 - Mike Rowe - 300
6) 54 - Johnny Clark - 300
7) 4n - Ben Rowe - 300
8) 59 - Reid Lampher- 300
9) 21 - David Oliver - 299
10) 33 - Richie Dearborn - 299
11) 73 - Joey Doiron - 299
12) 23 - David Farrington Jr. - 298
13) 7 - Curtis Geary - 298
14) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 298
15) 29 - Trevor Sanborn - 298
16) 16me - Travis Stearns - 297
17) 7L - Glen Luce - 297
18) 00 - Bryan Kruczek - 296
19) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 296
20) 42 - Corey Bubar - 295
21) 73me - Adam Polvinen - 295
22) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 294
23) 94 - Garrett Hall - 286
24) 3 - Tom Scully Jr. - 281
25) 14 - Bradley Babb - 281
26) 47 - Kelley Moore - 281
27) 55 - Tony Ricci - 268
28) 66 - Mike Fowler - 244
29) 22 - Scott Farrington - 230
30) 97 - Joey Polewaczyk - 109
31) 61 - TJ Brackett - 107
32) 55vt - Brent Dragon - 75
33) 23x - Lonnie Somerville - 72
34) 84 - Scott Mulkern - 39
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PASS MODS at BEECH RIDGE
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-14-14
1) 17a - Scott Alexander
2) 7 - Mitch Miller
3) 12 - James Emerson
4) 89 - Ryan Phillips
5) 0 - Andy Shaw
6) 2 - JT Thurlow
7) 36 - Ryan Robbins
8) 22 - Doug McLure
9) 64 - Matt Sanborn
10) 00 - JR Baril
11) 5 - Mark Lucas
12) 9 - Evan Armington
13) 14 - Scott McDaniel
14) 05 - Ron Henry
15) 33 - Billy Dixon
PASS SPORTSMAN at BEECH RIDGE
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-14-14
1) 20 - Joe Pastore
2) 1 - Brad Hammond
3) 36 - Nathan Leavitt
4) 8 - Clyde Hennesey
5) 37 - Robert Bodwell
6) 60 - Scott Dorr
7) 58 - Lyman McKeage
8) 92 - Frank Eldridge
9) 18 - Raymond Dinsmore
10) 15 - Mike St Pierre
11) 01 - Rob Drew
12) 4 - Brandon Barker
13) 43 - Dan McKeage
14) 7oz - Grant Aither
15) 20x - Frank Wear
16) 23 - Kris Watson
DEREK RAMSTROM WINS the
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The 2014 PASS 400 Weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway brought to you by Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep has come to an end after what was a very exciting three days of racing.

On Sunday the Super Late Model last chance race was the first event of the day as the driver that had not already qualified for the 300 lap main event had one more shot to get in the big show. Lonnie Sommerville won the last chance race as he battled Bradley Babb throughout most of the race.

Next on track was the PASS Sportsman for their 100 lap main event which was full of action from the green flag to the checkered flag. Point leader Joe Pastore would end up taking the victory after a race that was full of ups and down for Pastore as he battled his way from the back of the field to the front several times. Brad Hammond finished second in the race after leading several laps of the race a late race incident caused him to have to fight his way back from the back of the pack. Nate Leavitt also had a good run as he battled with the leaders for the majority of the race and ended up finishing with a solid third.

After the PASS Sportsman race the PASS Modifieds rolled onto the speedway for their second 40 lap main event of the weekend. Point leader Scott Alexander won the race with Mitch Miller in second. Jimmy Emerson had a strong run in the PASS Modified race finishing third after leading a substantial portion of the 40 lap race.

For the Super Late Models feature Tyler Dippel from New York starting on the pole. Derek Ramstrom started on the outside of row one after also claiming a heat race victory on Saturday. Ramstrom broke out to a strong lead at the start of the race but he was soon challenged by the #60 car of DJ Shaw after Shaw navigated his way through the the field from last place. Shaw was able to take the lead away from Ramstrom on lap 75 after they battle side by side for several laps.

Throughout the rest of the race Ramstrom and Shaw battled each other regularly for position. Ben Rowe also looked to be a strong contender mid race as he took over the helm for several laps.

As the race came to an end the top three cars of Derek Ramstrom, DJ Shaw, and Austin Theariualt were nose-to-tail and side-by-side as they battled for the lead. DJ Shaw and Derek Ramstrom swapped the lead several times in the last 50 laps of the event with Theariault always on their heels.

In the end the driver from West Boylston, Massachusetts Derek Ramstrom was able to join the list of names that have won the prestigious 300 lap PASS Super Late Model race. DJ Shaw finished a close second and Austin Theariault finished third after making several runs on DJ Shaw for second place in the closing laps.
Excitement Is The Name Of The Game
at Beech Ridge for PASS 400 Weekend
NAPLES, ME (September 11) – Over the past number of years, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway has established itself as one of the top short tracks in New England. And once again, the PASS 400 Weekend Presented by Southern Maine Motors will be one of the highlights as the 2014 season begins to wind down. A stellar field of Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models, along with a full complement of PASS support divisions will highlight an extended weekend of racing action that will go from Friday through Sunday.

Beside the action on the track at Beech Ridge, everyone will be focused on two tight PASS Super Late Model points battles this weekend. New York rookie and PASS South regular Tyler Dippel holds a scant 15 point edge over two-time PASS National Champion, Ben Rowe. Dippel has been impressive in several PASS National races this season, leading at Hickory Motor Speedway and finishing 6th in his first try at Oxford Plains Speedway’s Oxford 250 and 5th last weekend at Autodrome Chaudiere in Quebec. Despite being in contention for the National Championship, Ben Rowe has endured one of the toughest years of his career and is hoping a win at Beech Ridge, where he has won twice before in the 300, can salvage an otherwise subpar season.

The race for the PASS North Super Late Model title is even tighter heading into the PASS 400 weekend, with only 49 points separating the top four drivers in points (DJ Shaw, Johnny Clark, Mike Rowe, and Joey Doiron). Of the four championship contenders, the edge would seem to favor Johnny Clark and Mike Rowe at Beech Ridge. Each driver has won the 300 lapper at Beech Ridge three times. While Clark is seeking his record 7th PASS North title, veteran Mike Rowe is looking for his first series title. However, Rowe has won several track championships at Beech Ridge over the last few seasons.

After dominating three-quarters of the Thunder Valley National 200 last weekend at Autodrome Chaudiere, Joey Doiron comes to Beech Ridge as the most recent PASS North winner at the track. Doiron took home the checkered flag at Beech Ridge on July 5 in the Southern Maine Motors 150 and has clawed his way back in to contention for the championship.

“Beech Ridge is such a finesse track,” said Doiron. “You need such a good handling car and, with how much the track changes over the course of the day, you really need to stay on top of the setup.”

But Sunday’s 300 lapper presents a different challenge from the shorter PASS events held at Beech Ridge earlier in the year. With twice the number of laps, adjustability and endurance are two of the keys Doiron believes will help get a driver to victory lane in the PASS 400 Weekend.

“The biggest difference with the 300 is making sure you’re there with 40-50 laps to go,” says Doiron. “The race is so long that you can’t put yourself in a bad position and you just need to take care of your car so you will have something there at the end.”
FEATURES - PASS 400 WEEKEND - SAT. SEPT. 13th

MODIFIEDS

Pos. Car # Driver Name
1 17A SCOTT ALEXANDER
2 0 ANDY SHAW
3 5 MARK LUCAS
4 9 EVAN ARMINGTON
5 36 RYAN ROBBINS
6 14 SCOTT MCDANIEL
7 7 MITCH MILLER
8 64 MATT SANBORN
9 00 JR BARILL
10 89 RYAN PHILLIPS
11 12 JAMES EMERSON
12 05 RON HENRY
13 2 JT THURLOW
14 33 BILLY DIXON
15 22 DOUG MCLURE
16 4 JOSH BROWN

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Pos. Car # Driver Name
1 3CT RYAN MORGAN
2 15 BRAD BABB
3 21 SHANE CLARK
4 15ME BEN ASHLINE
5 77 JON BRILL
6 54 RYAN DEANE
7 23 DAVE FARRINGTON
8 32 NICK JENKINS
9 28 MARK LUNBLAD, JR.

STRICTLY / WILDCATS

Pos. Car # Driver Name
1 04X ZACH BOWIE
2 12 JUSTIN KARKOS
3 11 CRAIG SMITH
4 343 SPENCER MORSE
5 1 ED CONNOLLY
6 34 DAVID VAUGHN
7 51 KYLE HEWINS
8 82 MATT DOW
9 70 DAN BEAN
10 5 RYAN HEWINS
11 36 NATHAN LEAVITT
12 3 MIKE SHORT
13 38 CODY WEBSTE
14 51X DONNIE DINSMORE
15 42 JOHNNY WOLFE
16 4 JEREMY MORAIS
17 47 BRIAN CASWELL
18 25 JASON WEBSTER
19 777 MIKE ST. GERMAIN
20 81 LEWIS ANDERSON
21 4X ???NO ENTRY FORM ???
22 40 MAC HANNON, JR.
23 17 GARY DAVIS
DQ 29 DAVID WILDES
DNS 22 BJ CHAPMAN
DNS 4 ADAM LOVEJOY
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Race Results of the Saturday, Sept. 13th Beech Ridge
Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Pass 400
Day two of the PASS 400 Weekend presented by Southern Maine Motors Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep featured qualifying for Sunday’s 300 Lap PASS Super Late Model Event along with PASS Modifieds, NELCAR Legends, Street Stocks, and the PASS Northeast Late Model Series (NELMS).

The PASS Super Late Model (SLM) heats race put on some great side by side action as the top 18 cars were locked into the field with the top six cars in each heat qualifying for tomorrow's 300 lap event. Johnny Clark took the win in heat race one, Tyler Dippel won heat race two, and Derek Ramstrom also grabbed a heat race victory.

Later in the racing program the SLM consolation races also hosted some great action with only the top 4 cars from each of those two races making it into the main event Kelly Moore won the first consi race and Mike Rowe won the second. This leaves the remaining cars that have not qualified with just one more chance to qualify for the Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep 300 on Sunday as they will have to race their way in from the last chance qualifier.

The NELCAR Legends were the first feature event of the afternoon with Trevor Sandborn winning in the number #29. Sandborn who was pulling double duty was also able to look himself into the 300 lap SLM race with a solid run in his heat race.

The PASS Modified Feature was full of side by side action as point leader Scott Alexander would end up taking the victory followed by Andy Shaw and Mark Lucas. The PASS Modifieds will be back again on Sunday for another 40 laps of open wheel action

The Strictlys/Wildcats 75 lap open featured a 24 car strong field. Ryan Hewins was out to an early lead and looked to be the car to beat, but an early race spin turned the lead over Kyle Hewins. Hewins was then passed Zach Bowie who had charged his way through the field. Bowie would end up taking the win followed by Justin Karkos in second place and Craig Smith in third place.

In the PASS Northeast Late Model Series Connecticut's Ryan Morgan #3 proved to be the dominant car with Bradley Babb finishing second and Shane Clark in third.

FEATURES - PASS 400 WEEKEND - FRI. SEPT. 12th

MID WEEK - TRUCKS

Pos. Car # DRIVER
1 44 JEFFREY GILLETTE, SR.
2 96X CHAD BINETTE
3 5 BRIAN DARLING
4 07 MARK GRANTHAM
5 00 KEITH PETRIN
6 1 MATT CURTIS
7 24 STEVE CARRIGAN
8 69 DAVID LAMSON
9 96 JEREMY BINETTE
10 5X LANCE STEVENS
11 02 DALE GAGNE
12 28 KEVIN OLIVER
13 DNS SEAN SMITH

MID WEEK - 305 MAD BOMBERS

Pos. Car # Driver Name
1 94 ARCHER BERNARD
2 4 JEREMY MORAIS
3 10 JASON GAMMON
4 42 JOHNNY WOLFE
5 7B CHRIS BURGESS
6 56 EDDIE MCCONOLOGUE
7 88 BRANDON LUSSIER
8 17 TOM LOVEJOY
9 5X GUY CHILDS
10 78 SCOTT FOWLER
11 7 CHAD REYNOLDS
12 00 MATT LUDE
13 33 BENJAMIN JONES
14 51 BRANDI LIBBY
15 15 ERIC COOPER
16 99 JAMES DEAN
17 22 RYAN LUND
18 42X RICH VARNEY
19 5 DEVIN CURIT
20 2 DAVE CAMERON
21 04 RAYMOND CHESLEY
DNS 51X DOUG SHORES

MID WEEK - 4-CYLINDER

Pos. Car # Driver Name
1 29 KYLE HEWINS
2 9 JAMIE HEATH
3 01 CAMERON CHILDS
4 2 WADE WORSTER
5 1 JOHN PETERS
6 0 BILLY CHILDS, JR.
7 55 CRAIG PYY II
8 77 RAY PHILLIPS
9 44 DAVID COOK
10 43 DEREK MCKEEN
11 20 KARA VACHON
12 56 MIKE RAND
13 42X DAVID STONE
14 4J CALVIN ROSE, JR.
15 15 NATE DUBUC
16 82 BEN KRAUTER
DNS 11 JEFF WALKER
DNS 28X DAVID STONE, JR.
DNS 84 DOUG DEGROAT

MID WEEK - 350/305 V8 VARSITY

Pos. Car # Driver Name
1 26 COREY MORGAN
2 73 TROY JORDAN
3 67 MICHAEL HAYNES
4 19 STEVE MOON
5 77 BRYCE MAINS
6 4 JEREMY MORAIS
7 72 DEANNE BISBEE
8 5X SHAWN EMERY
9 7B CHRIS BURGESS
10 97 SHANNON JUDD
11 24 JOE MOREY
12 2 DAVE CAMERON
13 99 GEORGE HASKELL
14 39 JERRY FREVE
DNS 56 ROBBY BODWELL
DNS 33 JONAH FARRINGTON
Race Results of the Friday, Sept. 12th Beech Ridge
Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Midweek Open
The #96 of Jeremy Binette started on the pole in the sport truck feature in The Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Midweek Open. The 35 lap truck feature was host to a hard fought battle between Jeff Gillette and Chad Binette, with Binette trying everything to make a move stick on Gillette’s #44 truck. As they crossed the strip it was all Gillette taking the checkers.

In the 305 Mad Bombers race Guy Childs jumpied out to an early lead and looked to be unbeatable. Childs lead 34 laps in the 35 lap feature but with one to go lost the lead after having a right front tire go flat. This gave the lead and the win to the #94 car of Archer Bernard.

The 4 cylinder Rebels race saw Jaime Heath jump out to the early lead, but Kyle Hewins had the fastest car at the end of the race as he charged into the lead. Kyle Hewins won the 35 lap feature with Jaime Heath as runner up and Cam Childs finishing third.

The 350 Outlaws race featured a tough battle between Corey Morgan and 2014 Oxford Plains Speedway Outlaw Sportsman Series Champion Troy Jordan. In the end Corey Morgan was victorious and Troy Jordan took home a well earned second place trophy.

The Midweek Series Open has officially kicked off what is sure to be another action packed PASS 400 Weekend sponsored by the great people from Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep.
 

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From 24th to 1st Labbe Wins
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at Autodrome Chaudiere
The VR Victoriaville #36 of Alex Labbe was disqualified from his heat race in post-race tech due to a ride height infraction. This would place him in the 24th starting position for the feature event where he would eventually work his way to the front and emerge victorious. By the ½-way point in the race, Labbe had moved into the 2nd position where he would battle for the win with the runner up, Joey Doiron in the Wild Willy’s Burger #73. Patrick Laperle of St.-Denis Quebec earned the final podium finish with his Lasalle Ford #91.

Center Conway’s DJ Shaw and Tyler Dippel from Walkill, NY rounded out the top-five in the finishing order. Turner, Maine natives Mike Rowe and Ben Rowe were sixth and seventh across the finish line. Chicoutimi, Quebec’s Michael Lavoie ended up in the eighth position, with Curtis Gerry of Waterboro ninth across the finish line, and Bangor’s Gary Smith rounding out the top-ten.

Eight cautions in the first 100 laps would see five cars retired prior to the mandatory caution at Lap 101. The 8F of Durham, NC native Tate Fogleman came to a stop on the inside of Turn 1 on Lap 2 bringing out he first caution of the day and ultimately seeing that car retired from the race. Caution would fly three more times for minor spins before Lap 8 which would result in the 80QC of Donald Theetge retiring his car from competition. On Lap 46 the caution would fly again as the 2QC of Dany Poulin took a wild ride off Turn 1. Poulin emerged from his car unscathed, but unfortunately the same could not be said for the car. On the restart, the 84QC of Martin Latulippe and the 98QC of Etienne Cliché would tangle resulting in the 6th caution of the day and would see the Cliché retired from the race. Caution #7 was the result of debris left on the track when the 16 of Kevin Roberge broke, ending his day. Caution would fly one more time on Lap 81 for a minor spin, before seeing the caution at Lap 101 for the mandatory 10 minute pit stop to allow teams to make adjustments, change tires, and refuel.

At the ½ way break the top three were the #73 of Doiron having moved up from the 11th starting spot, followed the #36 of Labbe, and Patrick Laperle in the Lasalle Ford #91. Starting fourth would be Ben Rowe in the #4 Hancock Lumber car moving up from a 21st starting position. Rounding out the top five would be the #60 Precision JLM car of DJ Shaw who started from the rear of the feature in the 25th starting position.

Twenty cars returned to action following the ½ way pit stop, with all but one car on the lead lap. Caution would fly on Lap 116 for the 84QC of Martin Latulippe who would retire to pit road. Caution flew again on Lap 118 for an incident in turn 3 between the 40 of Chris Michaud and the 83 of Martin Goulet, Jr. which would result in both cars being unable to continue. Lap 132 saw the third caution of the second half when the 97QC Jacques Poulin spun. This would lead to the longest green flag run of the event (50 laps) before caution was out once again on Lap 182 for a spin. Following re-alignment of the field, the 61 car of William Roberge was shown the black flag for not maintaining his position in line and was sent to the pits. Four laps after the restart, as it looked like the field was sorting out nicely; caution would fly for the final time on Lap 186. The 7L of Glen Luce and 54 of Johnny Clark would get together on the backstretch heading into turn 3, resulting in both cars spinning with Luce hitting the wall in turn 3 ending his day and Clark spinning, losing a lap but able to continue.

Berwick, Maine’s Joey Doiron had checked out on the field and had victory in his sight when this late race caution brought the field back in tow and put the 36 of Alex Labbe to the outside of Doiron on the restart. When the green flag flew, Doiron would get the advantage, but it would be short lived as Labbe gave Dorion a bump to move him out of the way and take the lead on Lap 190. Doiron would return the favor on the following lap and the two would race side by side for the next several laps before Labbe would clear Doiron on Lap 196 and go on to win the Thunder Valley National 200.

With his 4th place finish in the Thunder Valley National 200, DJ Shaw just edged out Joey Doiron by a single point, 358 to 357 for the Triple Crown Championship. Mike Rowe will finish in the third spot with a total of 342 points.

The annual PASS 400 weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, also a PASS National Championship Series race, is scheduled for Friday-Sunday, September 12-14. All four PASS divisions will be in action including the PASS Super Late Models, PASS Northeast Late Models (NELMS), PASS Modifieds, and PASS Sportsman.

The PASS NELMS Late Model Series will be running a 100 laps event on Saturday, and the PASS North Super Late Model Series will be running their 300 Lap event on Sunday.

PASS North Super Late Models, Sportsman Series and Modified racers conclude their championship seasons on Saturday, September 27 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as PASS South’s Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, the Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudiere, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com.

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PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at CHAUDIERE
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-7-14
1) 36 - Alex Labbe - 200 Laps
2) 73 - Joey Doiron - 200
3) 91 - Patrick Laperle - 200
4) 60 - DJ Shaw - 200
5) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 200
6) 23 - Mike Rowe - 200
7) 4 - Ben Rowe - 200
8) 10 - Michael Lavoie - 200
9) 7 - Curtis Gerry - 200
10) 75 - Gary Smith - 200
11) 54 - Johnny Clark - 199
12) 7A - Karl Allard - 199
13) 42 - Eric St. Gelais - 199
14) 32 - Jean Duchesneau - 199
15) 7L - Glen Luce - 185
16) 97 - Jacques Poulin - 182
17) 61 - William Roberge - 180
18) 83 - Martin Goulet Jr. - 118
19) 40 - David Michaud - 117
20) 84 - Martin Latulippe - 116
21) 16 - Kevin Roberge - 52
22) 98 - Etienne Cliche - 47
23) 2 - Dany Poulin - 46
24) 80 - Donald Theetge - 8
25) 8F - Tate Fogleman - 2
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Home of the 42nd ANNUAL


2015 Date Announced For
42nd Annual Oxford 250
OXFORD, ME (August 27) – Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry announced today that the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 will move to a new date starting in 2015. The richest single day short track racing event in North America will now be contested August 28-30, 2015. The Oxford 250 will once again be a Pro All Stars Series (PASS) sanctioned, “open” Super Late Model event, with qualifying heat races and feature racing for the PASS Super Late Models on August 30 to continue the single day tradition the race has become famous for.

Oxford Plains Speedway officials felt that the move to August was needed to accommodate fans who might want to also attend events scheduled for next July at nearby New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

“By announcing the move of the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 to August 30, 2015, we feel this will give ample time to our fans who are looking to plan their summer vacations around this prestigious event,” said Mayberry. “The Oxford 250 is arguably the biggest event in short track racing and we look forward to seeing everyone next August.”

A full schedule of events and support divisions for the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway will be announced in the near future.

For media or marketing questions please contact Alan Dietz at
alandietzpass@live.com or 704-231-2039. More details will be announced soon.
 

Saturday, August 16th
SETZER - PELTIER - DOIRON
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Peltier Takes 2nd Straight PASS South Triumph At South Boston
SOUTH BOSTON, VA (August 16) – Preston Peltier took the lead on a restart with 59 laps to go and led the rest of the way to win the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model South Boston 150 Saturday night at South Boston Speedway. The win was his first at the Virginia short track and pushed his series leading wins total to 12.

“I was pretty dejected earlier today when I hit the wall in practice and almost decided to load up and go home, but everybody came over and thrashed to get this thing ready and here we are,” said Peltier after his second straight PASS South Super Late Model win this season. “We wrecked last Saturday down in Georgia and worked all week to get here, worked a lot of late nights, and it all paid off.”

Following some pretty significant wall contact in the first practice session of the afternoon, Pelter bounced back to claim his 16th career quick qualifying time with a lap of 93.349 miles per hour around the quick 4/10 mile speedway. Peltier and second fastest qualifier Harrison Burton would slide back to 8th and 9th starting positions respectively following the top 10 redraw, while Maine’s Joey Doiron and June South Boston winner Cole Timm would move up to the front row.

At the drop of the green flag for the 150 lap feature, Timm quickly moved to the front, but was overtaken for the lead on lap 15 by Doiron in turn one. The first caution of the night waved on lap 30 when championship contender Jared Irvan stopped in turn four due to a fire caused by a steering problem.

On the restart, Timm moved back to the front. On lap 49, rookie Tyler Dippel moved into contention utilizing a slide job in turn one to take the lead from Timm. Following a caution for a spin by Lucas Jones in turn two on lap 56, Timm again had the advantage on the restart as he reassumed the lead from Dippel.

The third caution of the night would wave on lap 63 when Trey Jarrell came to a stop in turn four. On the ensuing restart, it appeared that Burton missed a shift causing the field to stack up behind him. Will Gallaher made hard contact with the inside wall and collected his teammate Spencer Wauters, along with Blake Stallings and Michael Rouse.

Timm continued to pace the field until lap 74 when Doiron moved by in turn three to retake the lead. Following a spin by Tanner Rumburg in turn one on lap 85, Doiron continued to struggle on the restarts allowing both Timm and Peltier to move around.

The sixth caution of the night would wave with 60 laps to go when rookies Jeff Batten and Matt Wallace made contact with the front straightaway wall. On the restart, Peltier took the lead from Timm for the first time in the race. Despite two more cautions, Peltier led the rest of the way to take the win over Doiron, Brandon Setzer, Dippel, and Burton. Rounding out the top 10 were Timm, Trevor Noles, points leader Tyler Church, Jared Fryar and Tate Fogleman.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action again on Saturday, September 20th for the 8th Running of the Over The Mountain 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway along with the PASS Pro Late Models and Legends.

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PASS SOUTH SLM at SOUTH BOSTON SPEEDWAY
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 8-16-14
1) 26 - Preston Peltier - 150 Laps
2) 4d - Joey Doiron - 150
3) 6 - Brandon Setzer - 150
4) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 150
5) 12 - Harrison Burton - 150
6) 57 - Cole Timm - 150
7) 2 - Trevor Noles - 150
8) 7 - Tyler Church - 150
9) 16 - Jared Fryar - 150
10) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 150
11) 15 - Tanner Rumburg - 150
12) 13 - Joe Ryan Osborne - 150
13) Q104 - Kevin Powell - 148
14) 49 - Jeff Batten - 89
15) 6w - Matt Wallace - 89
16) 42 - Tim Pinion - 89
17) 18s - Kiel Spaulding - 85
18) 5w - Spencer Wauters - 64
19) 5g - Will Gallagher - 63
20) 188 - Blake Stallings - 63
21) 23 - Michael Rouse - 63
22) 16j - Lucas Jones - 61
23) 12j - Trey Jarrell - 60
24) 71 - Nick Robinson - 52
25) 28 - Jared Irvan - 29
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Harrison Burton Looking For More
In PASS Return To South Boston
CHARLOTTE, NC (August 13) – Throughout the stock car racing fraternity, there are families that are synonymous with certain speedways. That is certainly the case with the Burton family and South Boston Speedway. Jeff Burton and his older brother Ward honed their skills at their hometown track throughout the late 80’s and early 90’s as they began their ascent up the racing ladder. Likewise, Ward’s son, Jeb, was a staple in the track’s Late Model Stock division in recent years and has since moved on to the Truck Series. On Saturday night, Jeff’s 13-year-old-son, Harrison will continue the family tradition as he competes with the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model division in the South Boston 150.

Harrison Burton has emerged as one of Super Late Model racing’s top young talents, but will only be competing at South Boston Speedway for the second time in his brief career. He has to be considered one of the favorites Saturday night after electrifying the partisan crowd this past June by leading the most laps in his first ever start at South Boston before eventually finishing a solid fourth.

“South Boston Speedway is where my family started racing stock cars and it’s definitely got a lot of history for us,” said Burton, driver of the Dex Imaging/Morton Builders/Cessna #12 Chevrolet. “I feel more excitement than pressure racing at places that my dad started out at, like Orange County and South Boston. Just to run the same laps that he ran and feel the same track that he felt, it’s a really cool experience for me. I can’t wait to add to that history and possibly get a PASS win there.”

Harrison’s impressive run at South Boston Speedway in June against some of Super Late Model racing’s top talent certainly turned a few heads and the significance was not lost on many, particularly with his dad, Jeff.

“It’s fun for us as a family going back to South Boston,” said Jeff Burton. “Harrison thought it was cool to race there because myself, his Uncle Ward, and Jeb all raced there. We always have a lot of great supporters at South Boston that know our family and we’re looking forward to going back since he led a lot of laps there in June. It’s always a fun experience.”

Despite the success Harrison had at South Boston a couple of months ago, the Burtons know they will have their work cut out for them as he seeks his first career PASS South Super Late Model win. And even though the team had one of their best runs of the season, Jeff believes it will take a different approach on Saturday night in order to beat a tough field of great competitors.

“I’ve never raced in this type of car and, honestly, I don’t have a lot of experience at South Boston in its current configuration,” says Jeff Burton. “Jeb ran a Late Model Stock there, but the PASS Supers that Harrison races run a much more different line around the track than the Late Models do. So, we almost gave Harrison too much information last time because the cars are so different. He’s had own experience at South Boston now and that should help him a lot this weekend.”

But, a win at South Boston Speedway is never easy and, with one of the strongest groups of pre-entries signed up, this weekend’s race will be no exception. PASS South points leader Tyler Church and championship contenders Jared Irvan, Tyler Dippel, and Trevor Noles lead the list of drivers currently pre-entered for this weekend’s action at South Boston Speedway, along with June race winner, Cole Timm. Brandon Setzer will be looking for another strong run following a string of podium finishes as of late. Jared Fryar returns after a strong fifth place finish at SoBo in June along with Tate Fogleman, who is coming off a career best third place finish at Southern National Motorsports Park. The Woodman Racing team will field two cars piloted by PASS North front runner Joey Doiron and PASS South veteran Kevin Powell. Veterans Brandon Ward and Clete Caywood return as they seek strong runs at South Boston. Virginia’s Tanner Rumburg will also be back as he competes at a track he has seen great success in while competing in the Modified ranks, along with fellow commonwealth drivers Tim Pinion, Trey Jarrell, and Alex Malycke. With an off weekend for the PASS Pro Late Model division, newcomers Lucas Jones and Nick Robinson will be making their first career PASS South Super Late Model starts this weekend.

Action gets under way on Friday, August 15th at South Boston Speedway with rotating practice for all divisions from 10 AM - 4 PM. On Saturday, August 16th, practice will start at 2 PM, followed by qualifying at 4:45 PM and racing slated to start at 7 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with a Twin 75s for the NASCAR Late Model Stocks, and 25 laps for the Legends.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as PASS South’s Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, the Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com.

Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
It’s All About Parity As PASS South
Prepares For South Boston Return
CHARLOTTE, NC (July 30) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model teams are currently enjoying a much needed summer break, but they are also busily preparing for the final third of the 2014 season. And one word more than any other can be used to describe the action seen so far this year…parity.

As the PASS South Super Late Models look towards their upcoming event on August 16 at South Boston Speedway in Virginia, fans and racers alike are excited to see what will happen next. Only Daniel Hemric has been able to win more than one PASS South Super Late Model race this year, and of those wins, Hemric took the lead with 12 or fewer laps to go in each of them. As a matter of fact, with the exception of Preston Peltier’s recent win at Southern National Motorsports Park and Hemric’s win in the season opener at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, there has been at least one lead change in the final five laps of every race so far this year.

Championship contenders Tyler Church and Cole Timm each have one win in 2014, with Church just 28 points ahead of Timm in the battle for the title. And, South Boston could play well into Timm’s championship hopes since he edged out Peltier there for his first career win back in June. Other winners this year include PASS North Super Late Model front runner DJ Shaw’s exciting win over Church in the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and Concord, NC’s Roger Lee Newton taking the checkered flag at Orange County Speedway back in April.

But, when looking even harder at the numbers, you will realize that the parity in PASS South this year goes even deeper. Of the 75 drivers who have raced in at least one PASS South event in 2014, 14 have led laps. In three of those races, Garrett Campbell at Greenville-Pickens, Gus Dean at Dillon Motor Speedway, and Brandon Ward at Southern National, each led the most laps in their respective events, but failed to take home the victory.

Add to that, several other drivers have been knocking on the door to victory, but just have not quite gotten there. Championship contenders Jared Irvan, Tyler Dippel and Trevor Noles have all led laps this year and raced in the top five. Brandon Setzer has been one of the hottest drivers in the series as of late finishing in the top 5 in four of the last five events, while fellow rookie Harrison Burton has also shown strength during the summer, leading the most laps at South Boston in June and recording a career best second place finish at Greenville-Pickens in July. Add to the mix, third generation racer Tate Fogleman who has finished in the top 10 in two of the last three races, including a strong third place finish at Southern National.

When you put all of these factors together, it is very likely that we will see even more different winners this year and, possibly, several first time winners. And, you can’t ask for much more than that when you go to see a great short track race.
 
     
DAVE’S SMALL ENGINE REPAIR TO SPONSOR
NEW PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
Oxford Plains Speedway General Manager, Dick Therrien is pleased to announce that Dave’s Small Engine Repair, 910 Main Street on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine has signed on as the major sponsor for the all new PASS Northeast Late Model Series, which features three events at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine in 2014. The three dates include Friday, June 13th, Saturday, July 19th and Saturday, September 27th.

This Friday night, June 13th is Applebee’s Night at the races which will feature the Husqvarna 100 for the new series, courtesy of Dave’s Small Engine Repair Service. Husqvarna is known for their quality power equipment and their quality is second to none. Dave’s Small Engine Repair offers Husqvarna, Ventrac, Toro and more. They are the area's leader in Sales, Service, Parts, and Rental Equipment and soon will be offering Storage Rentals. Dave’s is open Monday through Friday 8am-5pm, and Saturday’s 8am til noon.

“Oxford Plains Speedway is proud to have Dave’s Small Engine Repair on board with us in 2014," stated Therrien. "Not only are they sponsoring the new Pass Northeast Late Model Series, they also will be headline sponsor on Friday night, August 29th. Each event, Dave’s will put together a nice product display for fans to enjoy and ask questions about. Fans will have the opportunity to check out all the fine products that Husqvarna has to offer in the opener, and the next two events will feature products from Ventrac and Toro. Dave, Krissy and the professional staff at Dave’s Small Engine Repair are quality people and we welcome them to our team for the 2014 race season! This Friday with Applebee’s as the headliner, and Dave’s Small Engine Repair as divisional sponsor, fans will be treated to a great night of racing.”

Joining the new Dave’s Small Engine Repair, PASS Northeast Late Model Series will be the Budweiser Pro Late Models, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, Ripley and Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman, and the all new Banditos division. Post time is 7:30pm.

For information on Oxford Plains Speedway go to www.oxfordplains.com.

Oxford Plains Speedway is located at 871 Main Street, on Route 26 in Oxford, ME.
PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
EXPANDED TO
FOUR RACES
Pro All Stars Series President, Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce that the new Dave’s Small Engine Repair, PASS Northeast Late Model Series has expanded to four races from the original three race schedule. Besides the three races already scheduled for Oxford Plains Speedway on July 4th, July 19th, and September 27th, the PASS Northeast Late Model Series will now be a part of the PASS 400 weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine on Saturday, September 13th.

“The PASS 400 weekend, presented by Southern Maine Motors, is a huge weekend for the PASS Tour and all PASS divisions stated Mayberry. This new PASS division is really taking off and we felt that they deserved to be part of the weekend, so we added them to the Saturday schedule. I think it will be a day that both racers and race fans will enjoy.”

The added event will see the PASS Northeast Late Models racing 100 green flag laps with the winner receiving a check for $2,000. Saturday’s schedule will include qualifying races for several classes with features for support divisions and the PASS Northeast Late Model Series. More information will be coming in the next few weeks.
PASS LAUNCHING NORTHEAST
LATE MODEL SERIES IN 2014
PASS President Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce a brand new series for Late Models which will be unveiled at Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. The division will race three times this season at OPS with the possibility of a full fledged Late Model Series developing in 2015.

Mayberry explains, “The timing is right for a new Late Model Series to be developed and implemented on a test basis in 2014. There are tons of Late Models just sitting idle, and several other tracks, and series cars will be able to participate as well. We have developed a universal set of rules that will just about encompass any racecars with just minimal changes. We will be debuting the PASS Northeast Late Model Series at Oxford on Friday, June 13, 2014 with a 100 lap, $2,000 to win main event. Round number two will take place on the Saturday of the Oxford 250 weekend, July 19th. This race will feature a 125 lap main event paying $4,000 to win, or $3,000 and a guaranteed provisional for the Oxford 250 on Sunday. The final event of the Series will take place on the PASS Championship Weekend at OPS, which is slated for September 26th and 27th. This race will also feature a $2,000 to win, 100 lap main event. We are all excited about launching the PASS Northeast Late Model Series, and have a very good feeling that this Series will be very successful. The Late Model Series will carry the PASS banner in 2014. If the initial endeavor is successful than we will look to expand the Series in 2015.”

The purses are listed below for the three race Series:

June 13 & September 27, 2014 Purses:
1st, $2,000, 2nd $1,200, 3rd $800, 4th $600, 5th $550, 6th $500, 7th $475, 8th $450, 9th 425, 10th $400, 11th $375, 12th $350, 13th $340, 14th $330, 15th $320, 16th $310, 17th-32nd $300

July 19, 2014 Purse:
1st, $4,000/$3,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,200, 4th $800, 5th $600, 6th $550, 7th $500, 8th $475, 9th 450, 10th $425, 11th $400, 12th $390, 13th $380, 14th $370, 15th $360, 16th $350, 17th $340, 18th $330, 19th $320,
20th $310, 21st – 32nd $300

Rules for the PASS Northeast Late Model Series may be found here RULES PDF. If you have any questions on the rules you may contact Charlie Rockwell after 5pm at 802-754-2822.
 
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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 in 2014.

Established in 2001, PASS sanctions and promotes four 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 in 2008 and 2009. 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 2010 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,
BOOK YOUR ROOMS HERE
About Choice Hotels

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.

Choice Hotels, Choice Hotels International, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn are proprietary trademarks and service marks of Choice Hotels International.

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