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2022 PASS

for North SLM, National SLM,
PASS 2001-2021 RESULTS
6:00 PM, Monday, NOV. 29th, 2021 at
New England Motor Racing Supply 261 Proctor Hill Rd, Hollis, NH 03049
RSVP to NEBSMS PR Director Spencer Morse at or 207-890-8719
As the 2021-2022 off season is just revving up the newest Super Modified division is moving ahead full force. The inaugural rules meeting for the NE Big-Block Super Modified Series is to be held November 29th, 2021 at New England Motor Racing Supply located in Hollis, NH.

New England Motor Racing Supply (NEMRS) caters to dozens of Super Modified Racers in New England from setup work to parts. No one is more in touch with the needs of the Super Modified teams than them. NEMRS has been a huge support system in the formation of the new tour and it seems only fitting to take the next step with their help. Also, the location in Hollis, NH is on par with the idea of limiting travel. The meeting is less than 2 hours away for most future teams.
There will be multiple items on the agenda. With the rules package being first and foremost. READ MORE
NE Big-Block
Super Modified Series
Looking To Launch
For 2022
Now introducing the formation of the NE Big-Block Super Modified Series. An organization to help save the high horsepower, lightweight, methanol fueled speed machines.

Big Block Super Modifieds have always been a fan favorite division, but car counts have been less than stellar lately. Brian Allegresso, of New England Motorsports Supply and a former ISMA (International Super Modified Association) Board Director, has his thoughts on the current problems with big black super modifieds, the cost. "ISMA is losing two cars a year and one of the biggest reasons is travel."

Brian explained a lot of the teams in New England don't even want to travel to Oswego let alone Ohio. With rising fuel costs and 6-12 hours of traveling the cost of hotel rooms and loss of time at work is keeping multiple cars home on jack stands. While ISMA races 8-9 times a year only a few races are one day trips for New England teams. Brian believes that is also preventing new cars from being built. READ MORE
Fri.-Sun., AUGUST 26 to 28

TWIN 150s - Hickory
Fri.-Sat., MARCH 18 & 19

Sat., APRIL 2

Fri.-Sat., APRIL 15 & 16

Sat. APRIL 23
60th World Series
of Speedway Racing
Series Contact: 
Tom Mayberry, President

(207) 693-6497
For Media/Marketing
Rebroadcasting, or using any other pictures, descriptions or accounts of PASS Events, without the express written consent of PASS Racing Inc, (Pro All Stars Series) is strictly prohibited.
2021 Licenses

2021 Super Late Model
License Form
North - National
2021 North MODS
License Form

LISTING of 2021

2021 Entry Forms,
Notes, Entry Lists,
& Event Schedules:
Tires and fuel must be ordered by 6:00 PM the Tuesday before an event. After this time you will pick your own tires on race day. Call or text Jack @ 603-387-5947
For 2021 the testing policy limitations & penalties in PASS Race Procedures 20.1 Section E will be followed.
teams that do not have their
own transponders must
contact PASS Tech:
Charlie Rockwell
802-754-2822 after 5 PM.

The Official Hotel Partner of PASS.
Receive a 15% discount while staying
at participating Choice hotels!

New England North Event = NEN
New England South Event = NES

-April 2 - Icebreaker - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, CT - NES NATL

April 15 & 16 - 2nd Northeast Classic - New Hampshire Motor Speedway - NH - NEN NES NATL

April 23 - 50th Sprint Sizzler - Stafford Motor Speedway, CT - NES NATL

May 7 - Honey Badger 150 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - NEN

May 15 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH - NEN

May 22 - Monadnock Speedway, NH - NES

June 5 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - NEN

June 19 - Feed the County 150 - Spud Speedway, ME - NEN

June 25 - an event may be moved to this date

July 10 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - NEN

July 16 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH - NEN NES

July 27 - Weds. - $10,000 To Win - Seekonk Speedway, MA - NES NATL

August 13 or 14 -  Pre 250 Warmup - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - NEN

August 26 to 28 - 49th Oxford 250 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - NEN NATL

Sept. 17 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH - NEN NES NATL

Sept 24 - DAV Fall Classic - Seekonk Speedway, MA - NES

Sept. 30 - Milk Bowl Weekend - Thunder Road International Speedbowl, VT NEN NES

Oct. 8 - World Series Weekend - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, CT - NES NATL

Oct. 15 - PASS Finale - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - NEN NATL

Oct. 22 & 23 - Rain Dates If Necessary


March 18 & 19 - Easter Bunny Twin 150s - Hickory Motor Speedway, NC

April 2 - Icebreaker - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, CT

April 15 & 16 - 2nd Northeast Classic - New Hampshire Motor Speedway - NH

April 23 - 50th Sprint Sizzler - Stafford Motor Speedway, CT

July 27 - Weds. - $10,000 To Win - Seekonk Speedway, MA

August 26 to 28 - 49th Oxford 250 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

Sept. 17 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH

Oct. 8 - World Series Weekend - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, CT

Oct. 15 - PASS Finale - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

Oct. 22 & 23 - Rain Dates If Necessary

May Be 1 Natl. Event Added by January 1st


May 7 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

May 15 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH

May 22 - Monadnock Speedway, NH

June 5 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

June 19 - Spud Speedway, ME

July 10 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

July 27 - Weds. - Seekonk Speedway, MA

August 13 or 14 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME (DATE TBD)

August 26 to 28 - 49th Oxford 250 - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME - MODS on 27 & 28

Sept. 17 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH

Sept. 30 - Milk Bowl Weekend - Thunder Road International Speedbowl, VT

Oct. 15 - PASS Finale - Oxford Plains Speedway, ME

Oct. 22 & 23 - Rain Dates If Necessary

May be 2 MODS Events Added



DINNER: 7 - 8 PM
AWARDS: 8 - 9 PM
DJ: 9 - 10 PM


BY: DECEMBER 17, 2021
The Pro All Stars Series has announced the schedules for the 2022 season. Twenty races are on the schedule with notable events including the 17th annual trip to Hickory Motor Speedway to kick start the season for national points with twin EASTER BUNNY 150s, as well as another trip to the Magic Mile in April for the 2nd annual NORTHEAST CLASSIC.

The stars and their cars will also compete in two events at Thompson for the ICEBREAKER and WORLD SERIES. New to the schedule FOR 2022, PASS will be returning to Stafford Motor Speedway for the SPRING SIZZLER. This will be the Pro All Stars Series first trip to Stafford since 2012 when the late, great Teddy Christopher picked up the victory.

Also returning to the schedule for 2022 is Spud Speedway in Caribou, Maine. A trip up to the county is special for many drivers including Ben Rowe, DJ Shaw and Derek Griffith who all have victories there just south of the Canadian border.

The famed OXFORD 250 once again holds its spot on the last weekend in August. Cassius Clark will look to defend his title in the 49th annual running of the event.

The PASS MODS schedule has also been released. The 13-race schedule is similar to last year with the great additions of Monadnock Speedway and Spud Speedway with two more races to be announced.

With defending champion Max Cookson moving up to the Super Late Model ranks, the young guns Garrett Lamb, Brandon Varney, and Ajay Cates look to hunt their first championship in the rapidly growing division, while wily veteran Shawn Knight looks for Cookson's old car to take him to victory lanes across New England.

Checkout the full schedules below.
The North, National, and MODS schedules are also posted at the bottom of the left hand, home page column HERE.
SAT., OCTOBER 23rd, 2021
Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by Sharon Perry
Photos by Michael Rothwell
1) 54 - Johnny Clark - 100 Laps
2) 8 - Angelo Bellsito - 100
3) 60 - DJ Shaw - 100
4) 46 - Dylan Estrella - 100
5) 72 - Ryan Kuhn - 100
6) 29 - Trevor Sanborn - 100
7) 88 - Brandon Barker - 100
8) 52d - Dave Darling - 100
9) 97 - Joey Polewarczyk Jr. - 100
10) 1 - Kyle DeSouza - 100
11) 27nh - Wayne Helliwell Jr. - 100
12) 73 - Joey Doiron - 100
13) 20 - Rowland Robinson Jr. - 100
14) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 100
15) 52 - Jake Matheson - 100
16) 81 - Dan Winter - 100
17) 11ri - Ryan Vanesse - 100
18) 12g - Derek Griffith - 100
19) 10 - Kate Re - 99
20) 27 - Mike Brightman - 99
21) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 99
22) 02 - Brian Whalley - 99
23) 4 - Ben Rowe - 99
24) 14me - Anthony Constantino - 98
25) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 43
26) 0 - Kenny Spencer - 31
27) 2s - Tom Scully Jr. - 10
A Decade Later: Johnny Clark
Still Crushing the Competition
Seekonk, MA - The Pro All Stars Series held their last race of the 2021 season at the last remaining race track in the state of Massachusetts. Three of the last four years PASS has closed out the season in the Commonwealth to crown its series champion and cap off its 8-month long season. This year the tour made two prior trips to Seekonk and Johnny Clark #54 picked up his first win at Seekonk in 10 years this July. DJ Shaw #60 scored the victory in September. Those two were among the favorites going in. However, with 34 of the best Super Late Models in New England in the pits, it would be anyone's race.

The day started with three heat races won by Johnny Clark, 4-time Seekonk Track Champion Dylan Estrella #46 and Derek Griffith #12g. With the heat win Johnny Clark officially clinched the 2021 PASS North Championship while Derek Griffith clinched the 2021 PASS National Championship.

There was still a PASS New England South Championship up for grabs although DJ Shaw had a 30-point lead over Clark after the heats concluded. Meaning Clark would have to win and Shaw would have to finish outside of the top 16 for Clark to overcome the gap.

Former Legend car champion at Seekonk Jake Matheson #52 and Hot Rod Kate Re #10 of Harrison, Maine picked up the two consolation race victories earning spots in the 27-car feature event.

Dylan Estrella #46 and Wayne Helliwell #27nh lead the field to green for The Haunted Hundred main event. Estrella, a Seekonk regular, took off with the lead and that would be the story for much of the early going. Two early cautions slowed the event one for Ryan Robins #36 on lap 4 and one for Tom Scully Jr. #2s on lap number 10.

The Rocket Ryan Vanesse #11 had at that point worked his way past Helliwell for the second spot and restarted outside Estrella. On the lap 11 restart Vanesse put on an impressive charge to the outside and took the lead on lap 12. That proved to be short lived as Estrella battled back on the inside and retook the lead a lap later.

While Estrella led the way and opened up a sizeable gap on the field, the cream was slowly starting to rise to the top. By lap 25 Johnny Clark had already improved from his 11th place starting position to the top 5, while DJ Shaw and Hudson, New Hampshire's heroes Griffith and Joey Polewazczyk Jr. #97 were making their way forward as well.

The Seekonk Regulars of Estrella and Ryan Kuhn #72 led the way at Lap 50 while 2019 Haunted Hundred winner Anthony Bellsito #8 started turning up the wick in the third spot on the hunt for second. Clark joined the battle just in time for Bellsito to open the hole underneath the Everett Auto Parts Machine of Kuhn and Belsito and Clark took the second and third spot while Kuhn fell to fourth.

Belsito would continue his march taking the lead away from Estrella on lap 70. Clark made his way underneath Estrella with 25 laps to go moving himself to the the second spot just before the fifth-place car of Derek Griffith took a spin on the backstretch with 24 to go. On the restart Bellsito took the early advantage. Soon the top five got into single file formation with DJ Shaw running them down in the sixth spot.

DJ made quick work of Trevor Sanborn #29 and Kuhn, then setting his sights on Estrella with 20 laps to go. DJ finally caught Estrella and made the PASS with 5 to go setting himself up for a late race restart. Unfortunately, for Shaw that wouldn't come.

Clark was the fastest car on the track in the closing laps and coming out of four with two to go Clark made a daring move inside of Belsito. No contact was made, but Belsito got sideways going into turn one. Clark made quick work of him and sailed off with the win to go with the highly coveted PASS North Championship.

An exuberant Johnny Clark had a lot of insight into the last few laps in Everett Auto Parts Victory Lane. "I didn't think I had anything for the 8 on that restart. He was doing everything just right at Seekonk to use the track. (This place) brings it out in you. If you are on the outside you've got to pinch them down. If you're on the inside you've got to get single file. That's the only fast way around here. I was watching what he was willing to do the whole race. If I get the opportunity, I'm going to do whatever it takes. (I was) fortunate that he messed up getting in, and I drove it in real deep coming to the white flag and it stuck. I got side by side with him and didn't really have to use him up. It's been 10 years since I won a championship and it took me 10 years to get back to Victory Lane at Seekonk. Really awesome that we were able to pull this off."

Clark's ten years between Championships is the biggest gap in the history of the PASS tour. While those years had not been completely unsuccessful (last year, he pulled off the biggest win in his career at the 2020 Oxford 250), prior to last season he had only amassed three wins in the previous six seasons. People may have started to wonder if Johnny had lost a step, but after the past two years Clark has proved that his hall of fame career is far from over.

The #8 car of Belsito finished second, satisfied with a strong run to end his otherwise lackluster season with that particular car. DJ Shaw ended up in the third spot and secured the first PASS New England South Championship by 26 points over Clark. Fourth went to Dylan Estrella, Fifth was Ryan Kuhn. Derek Griffith in the 12g finished in the 18th position as the last car on the lead lap after his late race spin. His prior efforts were still good enough to earn himself his second PASS National Championship, adding to his NASCAR worthy resume.

That concludes the 2021 Pro All Stars Series Season with first time winners, the birth of new stars, and familiar faces continuing their reign of dominance into the next decade. The offseason is here but luckily PASS will be back before you know it.

Keep an eye out for the full 2022 Pro All Stars Series schedule to be released in the coming weeks. We hope to see you all at the 17th Annual Easter Bunny at Hickory Motor Speedway in the spring to kick off the 2022 Season!
SAT., OCTOBER 16th, 2021

Spencer Beats the Best
for First PASS Victory
Max Cookson MODS Champ
Oxford, Maine - While the weather forecast looked bleak Saturday, October 16th weather was a non-factor for the Spencer Group Paving PASS New England North finale. Competitors were able to get all 375 Laps of feature racing in at Oxford Plains Speedway. Over 100 cars entered the pits for four exciting divisions. 44 of which were Super Late Models.

With only 35 Spots available for the Spencer Group Paving 150 and 44 participants Oxford proved for exciting heat racing action like always. The four Super Late Model Heats were won by Trevor Sanborn, Scott, McDaniel, Garret Hall and Scott Mulkern as he continues his comeback after a failed attempt at retirement.

Due to those heat wins Mulkern and McDaniel led the field to green for the Spencer Group Paving 150. McDaniel in the #14 battled hard on the outside of the #84 of Mulkern for a dozen laps before finally clearing to the bottom just before 2001 Oxford 250 Champion Gary Drew took a spin on the front stretch causing the first caution of the race.

McDaniel maintained the lead on the ensuing restart but on Lap 16 Calvin Rose snuck to the inside of McDaniel just before a Justin Larson spin slowed the field for the second caution. Rose took his Lake City Exports Chevrolet to the point and took off leading the next 30 plus laps before Dennis Spencer Jr. found his rhythm in the outside groove. Dennis ran down and passed both Calvin Rose and Oxford standout Curtis Gerry. Spencer has over thirty victories at Oxford and 4 Oxford Plains Track Championships in the Limited Sportsman and Late Model ranks. He had won about everything you can at Oxford except a PASS race.

While Spencer was opening up an impressive lead Johnny Clark was on the move, looking to clinch his 7th PASS North Championship. With 85 Laps to go Johnny's Clark's Scrap Metals Crushing/Port City Racecars #54 made contact with the 7L of Glen Luce who was running 4th. Luce spun and slowed the field for the fourth time on the day. Clark would continue his march to the front by getting past Calvin Rose and would work his way past Curtis Gerry for a moment. However Gerry would fight back and regain the second spot. Gerry had the fastest car late in the race and got to the back bumper of Spencer but it was to no avail as Spencer won his first Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model event by less than a car length.

Dennis said later in victory lane, "Early in the race the guys were trying to tell me to save my stuff. I wasn't really driving it that hard. When Curtis was with me that's all I had. It's just awesome to win. Best in the business second and third. To beat them guys is awesome."

Curtis Gerry has been on a streak of seconds lately coming up just short in the Oxford 250 to Cassius Clark this year. By Gerry's count this was the fifth big race this season where he finished second right on the back bumper of the winner.

Johnny Clark came home third and was crowned the Pass New England North Champion, and his efforts were good enough to almost clinch his 7th career Pass North Overall Championship and his first since 2011.

4th place went to 2014 Pass Sportsman Champion Joey Pastore #20 and the top 5 was rounded out by the #99 Ben Ashline of Elmira, Maine.

The Super Late Models still have one race left to go on the season October 23rd at Seekonk. "The Haunted Hundred" will also decide the last two Championships, The New England South battle as well as the PASS National Championship. Derek Griffith, DJ Shaw and Johnny Clark will all have another chance to pick up season long hardware in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

The other Championship to be decided on 10/16 was a lot more hotly contested. The PASS MODS division has quickly become one of the most competitive divisions in the northeast with 6 drivers mathematically having a shot at the championship coming into the final event of the year. 18-year-old Max Cookson lead the point standings by just 2 points over 19-year-old Garret Lamb with Ajay Cates, Brandon Varney, Shawn Knight and Spencer Morse having outside chances to win the Championship.

In the 18 years of PASS MODS competition a rookie had never won the championship, and Cookson, Lamb and Brandon Varney all had the opportunity to do just that. Cates, Varney and another rookie Alex Ricker all took heat race wins. Ricker and Varney lead the field to green for the 75 lap feature.

Varney took off with the early advantage over Ricker and looked on pace to win his first ever PASS MODS race, leading 51 laps and holding off a host of different competitors throughout a multitude of restarts.

The PASS MODS normally only run 50 laps but the extended race caused the #1 Henry's Concrete Modified to fade. "The Iracing Kid" Max Cookson was there to capitalize pulling past Varney on lap 52.

Ryan Ripley and Tyler King were also charging to the front, but once Max took the lead it was obvious that Max would be picking up his 6th official win of the season and his third straight. Lamb had an off day finishing 13th after a late race incident, handing Max the Championship by 30 points.

It wasn't all easy for Max this year although it did look it on the track. Max recovered from an early season disqualification and a 100-point disadvantage to win his first championship in his first full season in a stock car let alone the highly competitive MODS tour. Max has already sold his current car and will be moving up to the weekly Super Late Model ranks at Oxford in 2022.

Cookson took home the checkers with 2020 Champion Tyler King in second. 2021 two-time winner Ryan Ripley was third with Spencer Morse and Dan Brown rounding out the top 5.

Street Stocks...Limited Sportmen...READ MORE
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th, 2021
PREVIOUS 2001 to 2021

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 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,
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

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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