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MAY 19 - SUN - WHITE MOUNTAIN
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Lap Leader Programs Open for the
Oxford 250 & All That’s Metal 300
2024 OXFORD 250 LAP BOARD
 2024 COA 300 LAP BOARD
Oxford, ME and Naples, ME -- Officials at Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced today that the popular lap leader programs are officially open for their two marquis events in 2024, the Oxford 250 and the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300. The Oxford 250 will have the traditional $100 laps while the 300 will feature $50 lap sponsorships up for grabs. Those wishing to participate will be given the option of the same laps in both races when available.

The lap leader program was introduced in the 1981 Oxford 250 as a way to add a unique twist to the strategy of a long distance race. The initial program paid $50 per lap to the leader, before growing to $100 per lap in 1984 and where it has stayed since that time. This year's early January opening marks earliest launch ever for the lap leader program.

"With two big events at Oxford this year we wanted to get a jump start on filling up these laps," Said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "These programs are a good way to add in some strategy to a long distance race and in some cases there are some low budget teams that earn a great payday by leading a bunch of laps, which really helps them."
Every single lap of the past two Oxford 250s were sold for the 49th and 50th annual edition of the late summer classic, and officials with OPS and PASS hope to accomplish the feat again for both of these races in 2024.

Laps sponsors are made available to businesses for advertising purposes, so those sponsoring 3 lap blocks or more are able to include a logo and number or link on the leaderboards. Oxford 250 laps at $100 will go directly to the leader of that lap while the $50 laps for the 300 will see $25 to the leader $25 to help support the purse.

Laps are also offered to individuals who wish to send a message of support to their favorite driver, celebrate a birthday, or even in memory of a loved one. All lap sponsors are displayed on the OPS and PASS websites and in person at the speedway with a billboard in the main concourse.

To sponsor a lap or many, contact Mary between 9am and 7pm at 207-693-6497 or Kevin at 207-577-1836.

To take advantage of marketing opportunities at the Pro All Stars Series or Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at OPSmarketing50@gmail.com.

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The Pro All Stars Series
and Racing America
Reach Multi-Year Agreement
CONCORD, N.C. (January 9, 2024) - The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Racing America have reached a multi-year agreement to continue their broadcasting partnership for the sanctioning body. With the agreement, Racing America remains the broadcasting home of the Pro All Stars Series for the coming years.

Among those events are a packed slate of Super Late Model races at Oxford Plains Speedway. This year's calendar includes the $40,000-to-win 300-lap Celebration of America on July 2-3, the PASS 400 weekend on October 19 and the biggest event of the year, the Oxford 250 on August 23-25.

"The streaming partnership between PASS and Racing America has been and will continue to be strong for years to come," said PASS President, Tom Mayberry. "The Oxford 250 continues as the richest single-day event in motorsports and folks all over the country will be able to watch on Racing America. Add the Celebration Of America in July paying $40,000 to win and PASS fans have a lot to be excited about."

"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the Pro All Stars Series in 2024 and beyond," said Colin Smith, President of Racing America. "PASS has become a favorite among our fanbase and we are excited to get their season underway."

The Oxford 250 is one of the biggest Super Late Model events of the year and celebrated its 50th annual running in 2023. Cole Butcher celebrated his second win in the event one year ago. Racing America has been the broadcasting home of the Oxford 250 since 2015, presenting what has always been considered one of the biggest short track events in the Northeastern United States to a national and international audience.

For the first time ever, Racing America's coverage of the Icebreaker Weekend and Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park will be available to RacingAmerica.TV subscribers in 2014. Due to broadcast rights restrictions, the NASCAR Whelen
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Update on "Bottle Cap Crate"
2024 SLM Engine Options
Dec, 27 - Naples, ME - Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) provided an update today on the new "Bottle Cap Crate" engine option that will be available for all PASS competitors for the 2024 season. The "Bottle Cap Crate" option was rolled out to competitors in early November and sales have been brisk.

PASS President Tom Mayberry commented about the new engine package option, "We are really. really happy with the initial round of orders for these motors. We have already had 15 or 16 teams order an engine, and we are getting calls and emails almost every day for more."

Each engine purchased through the PASS sealed engine program comes straight from GM to the PASS approved engine builder, LCM Racing Engines, for a dyno break-in and test. LCM sets the timing, performs a 4-hour break-in procedure, and then seals each motor with TWO PASS-specific seals registered with the sanctioning body. Teams simply provide their own fuel pump and distributor and then can pick up a race ready engine to drop into their cars and go.

"We felt like it was important to provide a good break-in procedure to verify that each engine is performing at its optimum level when it leaves the LCM Engine Shop," Said Mayberry. "LCM has agreed to do this at a discounted rate so we can keep the total cost to teams under $10k."

Teams running the "Bottle Cap Crate"  option will be afforded a 25 lb. weight break at every track on the PASS schedule, with additional breaks at Thompson and New Hampshire Motor Speedway TBD.
Mayberry went on to say there will be another order placed with GM within the next month or so to accommodate the ever growing interest for both the PASS tour and weekly competition at Oxford Plains Speedway.

The 602 "Bottle Cap"  crate motor option for PASS MODS was also rolled out less than a month ago and interest has been high there as well. "We had one driver order one right away, and we have had several more calls from drivers in need of a fresh motor who want to order very soon," said Mayberry. "PASS MODS race a little less than the SLM's so an engine may last a team a little longer. But as they wear out, it's a great way for them to get a sealed motor and get a weight break. It's the same engine they are already running, just with a seal so we know it has not been tampered with."

To place your order, please contact the Offices of PASS at (207) 693-6497 or passracing@roadrunner.com before February 1st, or contact Tom and Mike Mayberry to get your name on this list, For technical questions please call Louie Mechalides at 978-265-2630
     
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7/6 PASS MODS RACE AT OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY HAS
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd, 2024


$40,000 TO WIN
300 LAPS FOR THE SLMs
 
SLM ENTRIES - OPS 300 - 7-3
 $125,000 Promoter’s Purse Distribution
1st $40,000; 2nd $12,000; 3rd $10,000; 4th $7,000; 5th $5,000; 6th $4,000; 7th $3,000; 8th $2,500; 9th $2,000; 10th $1,500; 11th $1,400; 12th $1,350; 13th $1,300; 14th $1,250; 15th $1,200; 16th $1,500; 17th $1,400; 18th $1,300; 19th $1,250; 20th $1,200; 21st $1,200; 22nd $1,200; 23rd $1,200; 24th $1,200; 25th $1,200; 26th $1,200; 27th $1,250; 28th $1,200; 29th $1,200; 30th $1,200; 31st $1,200; 32nd 1,200; 33rd $1,200; 34th $1,200; 35th $1,200; 36th $1,200; 37th $1,200; 38th $1,200; 39th $1,200; 40th $1,200
2024 COA 300 LAP BOARD 
CASSIUS CLARK - JOEY DOIRON - DEREK GRIFFITH
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS - OPS
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 7-3-24
1) 73d - Joey Doiron - 300 Laps
2) 444 - Derek Griffith - 300
3) 13 - Cassius Clark - 300
4) 54 - Johnny Clark - 300
5) 39 - Max Cookson - 300
6) 60s - DJ Shaw - 300
7) 94 - Garrett Hall - 300
8) 23 - Dave Farrington - 300
9) 20 - Joe Pastore - 300
10) 44 - Trevor Sanborn - 300
11) 12x - Cory Bubar - 300
12) 42 - Kyle Reid - 300
13) 32 - Brandon Barker - 300
14) 5m - Dylan Moltz - 300
15) 17ma - Eddie MacDonald - 300
16) 14s - Josh St. Clair - 300
17) 72x - Ryan Kuhn - 299
18) 1v - Brandon Varney - 299
19) 47 - Gabe Brown - 298
20) 09 - Silas Ripley - 298
21) 31 - Daniel Hemric - 298
22) 24 - Mike Rowe - 297
23) 25 - Shawn Knight - 294
24) 51 - Kyle Busch - 271
25) 153 - Travis Stearns - 269
26) 15 - Mike Hopkins - 258
27) 90 - Derek Kneeland - 2243
28) 12s - Dennis Spencer - 235
29) 32ct - Thomas Abele Jr. - 215
30) 5r - Ben Rowe - 181
31) 19 - Rusty Poland - 181
32) 63 - Kyle Salemi - 176
33) 18s - Mike Scorzelli - 112
34) 61 - TJ Brackett - 91
35) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 71
36) 5p - Troy Patterson - 70
37) 29t - Austin Teras - 47
38) 60b - Tim Brackett - 5
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CELEBRATION of AMERICA 300 FINISH
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Joey Doiron Takes Home $40,000
With Inaugural COA 300 Victory
by Zach Evans - www.racingamerica.com/news
On Wednesday night at Oxford Plains Speedway, there was no denying Joey Doiron.

Doiron powered to the lead on a lap 266 restart and held off Derek Griffith to win the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300, earning a $40,000 payday in the holiday spectacular.

Doiron, already a winner this season with the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models at Oxford Plains, knew he had a car capable of winning the inaugural edition of the Celebration of America. He simply hoped he could seal the deal, considering how elusive the Oxford 250 has been for him over the years.

“I knew we’d have a good chance," Doiron told Racing America. "Our car was super hooked-up this year. We always seem to run well in the long races here. The car was there at the end. The 250 has treated us so bad, I didn’t know if we’d be able to get this one."

Now with $40,000 in his pocket and the confidence of this win, Doiron carries a new level of confidence into next month's 51st Annual Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Oxford 250. Doiron finished second in last year's event, and hopes to finish one spot better this year.

“Now that we’ve got this one, I’m looking forward to August," said Doiron. "Hopefully, we can get that one, so then I’ll be happy and I can ride off into the sunset. It’s been a hell of a year.”

The victory did not come with a few heart-in-your-throat moments for Doiron. One came in the first half of the race, when Doiron saved his car from an unplanned excursion through the infield.

“There were a couple of times there at the end where I was going to either be in the lead or wreck out of the lead. Honestly, probably around lap 90, I got hit in a chain reaction out of four and I was almost going down pit road. That was the one I couldn’t believe I saved."

Another moment came with 20 laps to go, when Doiron and Griffith made contact while battling for the win. Doiron clipped the inside curb in turns one and two, upsetting his car in front of Griffith. Fortunately for Doiron, he again made the save, kept the lead and pulled away.

“I knew I was better than him, but when I kept striking the curb, I needed five or six laps to get away from him," Doiron. "I was like, man, I’m going to do this one too many times, he’s going to get me. That’s about as close as you can come to throwing it away.”

"Joey hopped the curb, and I saw a chance," said Griffith. "I filled the spot too quick, and we got together. After that, I was just holding on.

The 300-lap race saw a wide range of strategies. Griffith took a particularly radical approach, waiting until lap 220 to put on fresh tires and then charging back into contention.

"We hung it out there 200 laps, 220 laps, whatever it was, on the same set of tires. I still thought we were pretty good. I had fun driving up through the field there. It was pretty wild."

Former Oxford 250 winner Cassius Clark finished third after a wild week of his own. The King Racing team made wholesale changes to the No. 13 after a poor showing in Tuesday's qualifiers, and they were rewarded with a podium finish.

“We were not very good in the 75-lapper last night," said Clark. "I thought we had a good car going into the heat, but it didn’t work out. They did everything to it this morning. Got here early this morning, took the whole rear-end out of the car, changed out shocks, swings, sway bars, whole nine yards just to get it ready for first practice.

“I lost power steering near the end of it there. We were fighting that a little bit. We had a pretty good car. It just sucks being that close, being able to taste it. I don’t get to do this often, so I hate to let it slip.”

The mid-week event drew a pair of NASCAR Cup Series competitors, Kyle Busch and Daniel Hemric. Busch was in contention late in the race, but spun from the fourth position on lap 271.

Hemric finished 21st in the final running order, while Busch was 24th.

PASS teams return to Oxford Plains on August 4 for another tune-up to the Oxford 250. The Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Oxford 250 takes place later that month on August 23-25.
        

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100 LAPS - $10,000 to WIN
NESS ENTRIES - OPS - 7-3
$38,000 Promoter’s Purse Distribution
1st 10,000; 2nd $4,000; 3rd $3,000; 4th $2,500; 5th $2,000; 6th $1,500; 7th $1,400; 8th $1,300; 9th $1,200; 10th $1,100; 11th $1,000; 12th $1,000; 13th $1,000; 14th $1,000; 15th $1,000; 16th $1,000; 17th $1,000; 18th $1,000; 19th $1,000; 20th $1,000
RUSS WOOD - JONATHAN MCKENNEDY - BEN SEITZ

NESS 100 LAP FEATURE FINISH
Photos by Norm Marx
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Photos by Sharon Perry
        
 
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LITTLE WEBB'S
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JIM STORACE - JEFFERY BATTLE - RUSTY POLAND

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TUESDAY, JULY 2nd, 2024


TWIN 75 LAP QUALIFIERS FOR THE SLMs
SLM ENTRIES - OPS 300 - 7-3

 On Tuesday, July 2, there will be two 75 lap qualifying events. 

Purses for the Qualfiers: 1st $1000; 2nd $600; 3rd $400;
4
th - 15th $300.
  
ONLY the top 15 are paid

PASTORE - SANBORN - CLARK

QUALIFIER #1 FINISH
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QUALIFIER #2
FINISH

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50 LAP FEATURE
NESS ENTRIES - OPS - 7-2
$20,775 Promoter’s Purse Distribution
1st 3,500; 2nd $2,000; 3rd $1,400; 4th $1,100; 5th $1,000; 6th $900; 7th $875; 8th $850; 9th $825; 10th $800; 11th $800; 12th $800; 13th $800; 14th $800; 15th $800; 16th $800; 17th $800; 18th $800; 19th $800; 20th $800
SWANSON - MCKENNEDY - TIMMONS

NESS 50 LAP FEATURE FINISH
          

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MAD BOMBERS - 50 LAP FEATURE
M.S.Ambrosio  Mad Bombers (50 laps): 1. 26 Corey Morgan, 2. 42 Tyler Jalbert, 3. 33 Michael Dearden, 4. 4 Cody Macomber, 5. 08 Cole Mcintire, 6. 63 Adam Stearns, 7. 1 Thomas Brackett, 8. 14 Tyler Lerman, 9. 68 Adam Lovejoy, 10. 24 Kenny Hoyt, 11. 95 Maddy Herrick, 12. 20 Fred Bird, 13. 08 Callahan Cox, 14. 53r Thomas Richards, 15. 7 Kyle Richardson, 16. 6 Andrew Webber, 17. 18 Darin Kilton, 18. 61 Brandon Caron, 19. 53 Nick Wilson, 20. 56 Addie Mcdaniel, 21. 8 Michael Roe, 22. 30 Matt Veinott, 23. 39 Brad Weisman, 25. 11 Tyler Connolly
          

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LIMITEDS - 75 LAPS - $2,000 to WIN
Dow Excavating Inc. Limiteds (40 laps): 1. 00 PJ Merrill, 2. 04 Zach Bowie, 3. 1 Charlie Sanborn, 4. 34 Dylan Thyng, 5. 35 Kristina Nadeau, 6. 25 Landon Tapley, 7. 70 Ricky Thompson Jr; 8. 34me DJ Moody, 9. 4 Jordan Russell
         

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BAR HARBOR BANK & TRUST TO SPONSOR THE OXFORD 250!
Naples ME - June 4th - Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) are thrilled to announce Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has agreed to be the title partner for the 51st annual Oxford 250. The Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Oxford 250 is known as one of the biggest short track races in the country and will be contested on August 25th 2024.

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has been serving the financial needs of Northern New England residents and businesses since it was founded in 1887. Recognized by Forbes as one of the "World's Best Banks" for multiple years, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust offers a full range of personal and business banking services and wealth management services through its subsidiary, Bar Harbor Wealth Management. Bar Harbor Bank & Trust provides the technology offerings and capabilities you would expect from a larger bank, as well as a personal approach to banking that customers desire, including a full-service network of more than 50 branches and 90 ATMs across Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.    READ MORE
      
 
2024 PASS BANQUET - Nov. 16 in Auburn MORE
SPUD 150 on 7/21 to be an OXFORD 250 Qualifer MORE
Pierson Heating and Cooling to Sponsor Special Year-End Awards plus 8/4 PASS Race at OPS MORE

Open Comp 200 Slated for Friday of 250 Weekend MORE

Update on "Bottle Cap Crate" 2024 SLM Engine Options MORE
NATIONAL SLM POINTS EVENT AS WELL AS PASS NORTH EVENT
MARCH 16 - SAT - HICKORY MOTOR SPEEDWAY - SLM - 2 RACES
(NATIONAL POINTS ONLY - NO PASS NORTH POINTS)

APRIL 6 - SAT - THOMPSON - ICE BREAKER - SLM

APRIL 13 - SAT - NHMS - NORTHEAST CLASSIC- SLM

APRIL 28 - SUN - OPS - SLM/
MODS

MAY 19 - SUN - WHITE MOUNTAIN - SLM/
MODS/NESS

JUNE 16 - SUN - OPS - SLM/
MODS

JUNE 22 - SAT - STAR - SLM/MODS/NESS

JULY 2-3 - TUES-WEDS - OPS - CELEBRATION of AMERICA - SLM/NESS

JULY 6 - SAT - OPS - MODS - RAINOUT

JULY 14 - SUN - WHITE MOUNTAIN - SLM/
MODS/NESS

JULY 21 - SUN - SPUD SPEEDWAY - SLM (Non-Points, 250 Qualifier)

JULY 27 - SAT - SEEKONK - BAY STATE SUMMER CLASSIC - SLM

AUG. 4 - SUN - OPS - SLM/
MODS/NESS

AUG. 14 - WEDS - THOMPSON -
 NESS 


AUG. 23-25 - FRI-SUN - OPS - 51st OXFORD 250 - SLM
/
MODS/NESS

SEPT. 6 - FRI - THUNDER ROAD - NESS

SEPT. 13-14 - FRI-SAT - STAR - CLASSIC - SLM/
MODS/NESS


SEPT. 21 - SAT - WHITE MOUNTAIN - SLM
/NESS

OCT. 5 - SAT - THUNDER ROAD - SLM
/
MODS/NESS 

OCT. 12 - SAT - THOMPSON - WORLD SERIES - SLM/NESS 

OCT. 19 - SAT - OPS - PASS 400 WEEKEND - SLM/
MODS 

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Choice Hotels International
the 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
BOOK YOUR ROOMS HERE. 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. And now the full range of Radisson Hotels.

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

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

To take advantage of the PASS/Choice Hotels discount program,
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