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 Tech Contact: Charlie Rockwell - 802-754-2822 after 5 PM.   Loudon SLM Weights

2019 PASS MASTER SCHEDULE
for North SLM, National SLM,
& North PASS MODS

 2019 POINTS HERE

PASS 2001-2019 RESULTS

2019 ENTRY FORMS & SCHEDULES

2019 LICENSED DRIVERS HERE

PASS 2001-2018 ARCHIVES

.: 2020 :.
PASS Schedule

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April 11, 2020 - Hickory Motor Speedway

- Easter Bunny 150

 

April 18-19, 2020 - Oxford Plains Speedway
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PASS North Opener

 

June 26-27, 2020 - Star Speedway

- 200 Laps

 

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

 

November 14, 2020 - TBA
- The Georgia 200

  

*PASS 2020 schedule to be completed by December 1, 2019

Series Contact: 
Tom Mayberry, President

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(207) 693-6497
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email:  passracing@roadrunner.com
For Media/Marketing Questions:
Alan Dietz   (704) 231-2039
email:  alandietzpass@live.com
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NOVEMBER 15-16, 2019

The LANIER NATIONAL 200
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ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16

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ENTRIES RECEIVED - LANIER - 11-16
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EVENT SCHEDULE - LANIER - 11-16
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LEGENDS ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16
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PRO LEGENDS ENTRIES - LANIER
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BANDOLEROS ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16

 Race Fuel at Lanier. Sunoco Race Fuel is the required fuel for PASS Super Late Models. There is no fuel at the track.
Teams can email us at passracing@roadrunner.com
or leave a message at 207-693-6497 to order fuel. New England Race Fuel will bring fuel if teams need it. Must be pre-ordered by November 10, 2019.
2019 Licenses

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

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PASS ARCHIVES 2001-18 HERE

PASS STATS HERE

PASS HOOSIER ANNOUNCEMENT
The Pro All Stars Series will be running on Hoosier tires in the North and the South in all divisions. Northern Race Tires will service the tires once again in the North and the South. Tires will be available at the race track until the conclusion of each event in the North and the South.
Call Jack at Northern Race Tires at 603-539-1566.
Ordering Hoosier Practice Tires:
Tires may be ordered fron Northern Race Tires (603) 539-1566 or Hoosier Tire South (336) 731-6100 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:00pm-5:00pm. Tires may be ordered by chalk size or stagger size. No sizing at warehouse. Payment can be made by cash or check. To pay by credit card, call Northern Race Tires before picking up tires at Hoosier Tire South.
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2019 PASS North Schedule
Sun., April 7 - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (CT) - The Icebreaker

Sun., April 28 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sat., May 11 - Star Speedway (NH)


Sun., May 26 - Thunder Road (VT)

Sun., June 2 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sun., June 16 - Speedway 95 (ME)

Sun., June 23 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NEW DATE
Sun., July 7 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)
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Non Winner's Race - No Points

Sun., July 14 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sat., July 20 - White Mountain Motorsports Park (NH)

Tues., July 30 - Star Speedway (NH) - 200 Laps POSTPONED

Sun., August 4 - Spud Speedway (ME)

Sat., August 11 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME) ) NEW


Fri.-Sun., August 23 - 25 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME) - Oxford 250

Sun., September 15 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sat., September 21 - White Mountain Motorsports Park (NH)

Sat., September 28 - Thunder Road (VT)

Sat., October 19 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sat., October 26 - Seekonk Speedway (MA)

2019 PASS National Schedule
Sat., March 30 - Richmond Raceway (VA)

Sun., April 7 - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (CT)

Sat., April 20 - Hickory Motor Speedway (NC)

Sun., June 23 - New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Sun., August 25 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sat., October 26 - Seekonk Speedway (MA)

Sat., November 16 - Lanier Raceplex (GA)

2019 PASS MODS Schedule
Sun., April 28 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sun., May 5 - Hudson Speedway (NH)

Sun., June 2 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sun., June 16 - Speedway 95 (ME)

Sun., June 30 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sun., July 14 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Tues., July 30 - Star Speedway (NH) POSTPONED

Sun., August 4 - Spud Speedway (ME)

Sat., August 11 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME) ) NEW

Fri., August 23 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sun., August 25 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sun., September 15 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)

Sat., September 21 - White Mountain Motorsports Park (NH)

Sun., October 13 - Hudson Speedway (NH)

Sat., October 19 - Oxford Plains Speedway (ME)
.: 2020 :.
PASS Schedule

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April 11, 2020 - Hickory Motor Speedway

- Easter Bunny 150

 

April 18-19, 2020 - Oxford Plains Speedway
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PASS North Opener

 

June 26-27, 2020 - Star Speedway

- 200 Laps

 

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

 

November 14, 2020 - TBA
- The Georgia 200

  

*PASS 2020 schedule to be completed by December 1, 2019

FRI.-SAT.
NOV. 15-16, 2019
Race Details, Purse,
& Legend Cars
Announced For
PASS Finale At Lanier
SLM ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16
NAPLES, ME (June 20) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials today released details, entry forms, and the complete weekend schedule for the PASS National Championship season finale at Lanier Raceplex on November 15-16. The Lanier National 200 for the PASS Super Late Models will be 200 laps, paying $6000 to win and $1000 to start. The starting grid will be set by heat races in which their lineups will be determined by using last practice speeds. Finally, the popular Legends car and Bandoleros will complete the weekend of competition at Lanier Raceplex, featuring three divisions of Legend car racing; Pro, Semi-Pro, and the Young Lions.

"We've been working on this event at Lanier for quite a while and we are glad to be able to get this information out while in advance of the Lanier National 200," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "We have listened to our fans and racers and we believe the addition of heat races will provide even more action to this great weekend of racing. And, the Legends cars and Bandoleros were always popular at Lanier and, based on what we're hearing, there should be a lot of support for their return in November."

Now in its 12th season, Super Late Model racing's only true national championship will bring PASS drivers together from all over North America to compete this Fall at Lanier Raceplex. In addition to the grandstands being open, Lanier's famed trackside parking will be available to the fans for this event. The track was repaved and all infield buildings were torn down at Lanier Raceplex when the facility was transformed to host drifting events and Go-Kart racing for the public. All race cars will be pitted outside the track so fans will be able to enjoy an unobstructed view of the action from any vantage point at the speedway

When PASS began sanctioning Super Late Model races in the south, Lanier was one of the first tracks to come on board to host an event. Georgia native Jason Hogan won the first PASS race there in 2006, while Maine's Corey Williams took the checkered flag the final time PASS held a race at Lanier in 2007.

Numerous drivers cut their teeth racing Legends cars and Bandoleros at Lanier Raceplex, including Joey Logano, David Ragan, Daniel Hemric and more. With the concentration of Legends cars around the Atlanta area, the Carolinas, and much of the Eastern Seaboard, race officials believe splitting the cars in to Pro, Semi-Pro, and Young Lions will allow for even more action around the 3/8-mile speedway. There will be a payout throughout the field in each division with $500 to win for the Pro division, $400 to win for the Semi-Pros, and $300 to win for the Young Lions.

After sitting dormant for nearly a decade, the Lanier Raceplex will roar to life on Friday, November 15, with practice for PASS Super Late Models and Legends cars from 1 PM to 5 PM. On Saturday, November 16, pit gates will open at 8 AM, followed by practice at 10 AM, heat races for PASS Super Late Models, Legends, and Bandoleros at 12:30 PM, followed by the Lanier National 200 and remaining features. Sunday, November 17 will be reserved as a rain date if needed.

For Lanier National 200 entry forms and the complete weekend schedule please go to ProAllStarsSeries.com.

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 the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway, the Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway.

 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.

And, don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

Lanier Raceplex
To Host 2019
PASS National
Championship Finale
NAPLES, ME (April 15) - After sitting dormant for nearly a decade, officials from the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Lanier Raceplex announced late Monday that asphalt stock car racing will return to North Georgia later this year. The PASS Super Late Models will headline the PASS National Championship season finale on November 15-16 at the track formerly known as Lanier National Speedway. Details regarding the race, along with support divisions, will be announced in the coming days. A practice day for all divisions competing is scheduled for Friday, November 15, while additional practice, qualifying, and all features will take place on Saturday, November 16. Sunday, November 17 will be reserved as a rain date if needed.

"This is something we have been working on for a very long time," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "We plan to announce more details soon but wanted to let drivers and fans know as soon as possible that stock car racing will be returning to Lanier in 2019 so they can make their plans to join us."

Now entering its 12th season, Super Late Model racing's only true national championship will bring drivers together from all over North America to compete this Fall at Lanier Raceplex. In addition to the grandstands being open, Lanier's famed trackside parking will be available to the fans for this event. The track was repaved and all infield buildings were torn down at Lanier Raceplex as the facility was transformed to host drifting events and Go-Kart racing for the public. All race cars will be pitted outside the track so fans will be able to enjoy an unobstructed view of the action from any vantage point at the speedway

When PASS began sanctioning Super Late Model races in the south, Lanier was one of the first tracks to come on board to host an event. Georgia native Jason Hogan won the first PASS race there in 2006, while Maine's Corey Williams took the checkered flag the final time PASS held a race at Lanier in 2007.

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.
 
FRI-SAT, NOVEMBER 15th-16th

The LANIER NATIONAL 200
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EVENT SCHEDULE - LANIER - 11-16
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ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16
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ENTRIES RECEIVED - LANIER - 11-16
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LEGENDS ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16
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PRO LEGENDS ENTRIES - LANIER
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BANDOLEROS ENTRY FORM - LANIER - 11-16

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Bandolero rules update for Lanier:
Red restrictor plate  -  14-54 or 15-57 gear  -  All Bandoleros 
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Lanier Just Days Away From
Rebirth For PASS Finale
NAPLES, ME (November 7) - In just over a week, the sounds of race engines will again permeate the hills and countryside of North Georgia when the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models hit the pavement at Lanier Raceplex. Throwing back to the original name of the speedway which has been shuttered for the better part of the last decade, the Lanier National 200 will pay $6,000 to win and $1,000 just to start the feature on Saturday, November 16. Along with the 200 lap contest, points leader, Mike Hopkins of Maine, will look to be crowned the 12th PASS National Super Late Model Champion. Joining the PASS Super Late Models in action will be feature events for Legends Pros/Masters, Semi-Pros, and Young Lions, along with racing for Bandeleros.

Opened as a dirt track by Bud Lunsford in 1982, the .375-mile speed plant hosted the World Of Outlaws Sprint Cars six times, with open wheel legends Steve Kinser and Sammy Swindell each taking the checkered flag twice. In 1987, Lanier National Speedway was paved and the late Darrell Brown of Alabama scored the win in the first big event there on pavement for the NASCAR Winston All-American Challenge Series.

From 1989-1992, Lanier hosted the NASCAR Busch Grand National Series with Ronald Cooper, Chuck Bown, David Green, and Bobby Labonte all taking home the checkered flags. The track continued to host some of the biggest Super Late Model events in the country through the 1990s as short track pavement legends like Mike Garvey, Freddie Query, Billy Bigley, Jr., Wayne Willard, among others taking home wins at Lanier. A new generation of drivers came up through the ranks at Lanier in the 2000s, including Bubba Pollard, Casey Roderick and Paul Kelley.

When PASS initially began sanctioning Super Late Model races in the south, Lanier was one of the first tracks to come on board to host an event. Georgia native Jason Hogan won the first PASS race there in 2006, while Maine's Corey Williams took the checkered flag the most recent time PASS held a race at Lanier in 2007.

Now in its 12th season, Super Late Model racing's only true national championship will bring drivers together from all over North America to compete next weekend at Lanier Raceplex. In addition to the grandstands being open, Lanier's famed trackside parking will be available to fans for this event for just $10. The track was repaved and all infield buildings were torn down when the facility was transformed to host drifting events and Go-Kart racing for the public. All race cars will be pitted outside the track so fans will be able to enjoy an unobstructed view of the action from any vantage point at the speedway. For just $20, fans and teams can camp at the speedway as well.

Joining earlier entrants like hometown favorite Shane Chastain and former PASS champions, Derek Griffith and Tate Fogleman, Maine's Ben Ashline and Ryan Moore are entered, along with longtime fan favorite, Randy Gentry.

Lanier Raceplex officially roars back to life on Friday, November 15 with practice for PASS Super Late Models and Legends cars from 1 PM to 5 PM. On Saturday, November 16, pit gates will open at 8 AM, followed by practice at 10 AM, heat races for PASS Super Late Models, Legends, and Bandoleros at 12:30PM, followed by the Lanier National 200 and remaining features. Sunday, November 17 is reserved as a rain date if needed.

PASS Super Late Model, Legends, and Bandolero entry forms and the complete weekend schedule for Lanier Raceplex are available at ProAllStarsSeries.com

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 the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway, PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway. 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. And, don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
Camping & Trackside Parking Available
For PASS National Finale At Lanier
NAPLES, ME (October 31) - While the 2019 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model North season has concluded, the PASS National Series still has one last race and it's a big one. The PASS National Super Late Model Championship will be determined in the Lanier National 200 at Georgia's Lanier Raceplex on November 15-16. While the championship will conclude a season that began at Richmond Raceway in March, the Lanier National 200 will pay $6,000 to the winner, and an eye-popping $1,000 just to start. Joining the PASS Super Late Models at Lanier, will be three divisions of Legends cars and the Bandoleros. The Legends Pro/Masters will race for $500 to win, Semi-Pros will compete for $400 to win, and the Young Lions will race for $300 to win.

In addition, to the great racing fans will be able to see on the famed 3/8-mile speedway located just outside the Atlanta metro area, camping and trackside parking will be available for purchase the weekend of the race only. Camping spots can be purchased at the track on race weekend for just $20.

One of Lanier Raceplex's most famous views is from the tiered trackside parking along the backstretch. Fans can purchase unreserved spots for just $10 to get a truly unique viewpoint of the Lanier National 200.

Since being announced earlier this year, the Lanier National 200 has become oneof the most anticipated events of the season. Hosting oval track racing for the first time in nearly a decade, the Lanier National 200 will crown the 2019 PASS National Champion and, hopefully, start a new fall tradition. And, now that all infield buildings have been removed and hauler parking will be in the outside pit area, fans will have an unobstructed view of all the action, no matter where they sit.

Richmond and Seekonk winner, Mike Hopkins, brings a commanding 76-point lead to Lanier over defending PASS national champion, Derek Griffith. Joining the championship contenders among the early entries will be New Hamsphire drivers Gabe Brown and Bryan Kruczek, along with Canadian, JP Josiasse. PASS southern stalwarts, Tate Fogleman and Kodie Conner, plan to make the tow from North Carolina, along with former Lanier star, Shane Chastain from Georgia.

Sunoco Race Fuel is the required fuel of PASS and is not available at the track. Teams can email PASS at passracing@roadrunner.com or leave a message at 207-693-6497 to order fuel. New England Race Fuel will bring fuel if teams need it. Fuel must be pre-ordered by November 10.

The Lanier Raceplex will roar back to life on Friday November 15 with practice for PASS Super Late Models and Legends cars from 1PM to 5 PM. On Saturday, November 16, pit gates will open at 8 AM, followed by practice at 10 AM, heat races for PASS Super Late Models, Legends, and Bandoleros at 12:30PM, followed by the Lanier National 200 and remaining features. Sunday, November 17 is reserved as a rain date if needed.

PASS Super Late Model, Legends, and Bandolero entry forms for Lanier Raceplex, can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com.

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 the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway, Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway. 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. And, don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
JASON HOGAN
Exciting Innovations Announced
As PASS Looks To Lanier Return
NAPLES, ME (August 29) - In June, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced that the PASS National Super Late Model Championship would be decided at Georgia's Lanier Raceplex on November 15-16. The Lanier National 200 for the PASS Super Late Models will be 200 laps, paying $6000 to win and $1000 to start. The starting grid will be set by heat races in which their lineups will be determined by using last practice speeds. And, for the first time ever, the pre-race tech will be set by the order that entries are received, giving teams longer to prepare for practice and the race. The first entrants for the Lanier National 200 are North Carolina's, Tate Fogleman, New Hampshire drivers, Bryan Kruczek and Gabe Brown, and Ontario, Canada's, JP Josiasse.

From the time the Lanier National 200 was announced in June and that racing would return to Lanier Raceplex for the first time in nearly a decade, the reaction of fans and the short track racing community has been tremendous. Home state favorite, Bubba Pollard, has confirmed that he has had several drivers inquire with him about racing at Lanier come November.

PASS actually raced at Lanier in 2006 and 2007. Home town favorite Jason Hogan scored his only win in the series at the inaugural event at Lanier, while Maine's Corey Williams took the win the following year. Hogan says there is a need for asphalt racing in Georgia and he is glad to see racing return to Lanier in the Atlanta-metro area.

"I do think it is a great deal and should have a really good turnout," said Hogan, who currently owns and operates a successful printing business in the area. "Not sure how the fan base will be since racing has been gone from here for so long, but these folks really do miss that track. I think the car count will be awesome."

So, of course we had to ask if a return to the driver's seat at Lanier was in the cards for the driver from nearby Cleveland, GA?

"Well, me and Richie Wauters have talked about running at Lanier," says Hogan. "But, I also have a new baby on the way and the wife is not a 100 percent sold on it as of yet."

In addition to the new tech lineup procedures to be introduced at Lanier, heat racing will return to the south for the first time since 2006. Heat racing has long been used in determining the starting order at tracks in New England, including last weekend's Oxford 250 which had nearly 60 competitors show up to try and make the field. When PASS came south in 2006, innovations like heat races, double-file restarts, and not counting caution laps during features were brought down with the series from New England. Now at many tracks around the country, all of those things have been adopted, and the new tech procedures could be the next to be utilized by more series.

In its 12th season, Super Late Model racing's only true national championship will bring PASS drivers together from all over North America to compete this Fall at Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts and in the season finale at Lanier Raceplex. In addition to the grandstands being open, Lanier's famed trackside parking will be available to the fans for this event. The track was repaved and all infield buildings were torn down at Lanier Raceplex when the facility was transformed to host drifting events and Go-Kart racing for the public. All race cars will be pitted outside the track so fans will be able to enjoy an unobstructed view of the action from any vantage point at the speedway

Numerous drivers cut their teeth racing Legends cars and Bandoleros at Lanier Raceplex, including Joey Logano, David Ragan, Daniel Hemric and more. With the concentration of Legends cars around the Atlanta area, the Carolinas, and much of the Eastern Seaboard, race officials believe splitting the cars in to Pro, Semi-Pro, and Young Lions will allow for even more action around the 3/8-mile speedway. There will be a payout throughout the field in each division with $500 to win for the Pro division, $400 to win for the Semi-Pros, and $300 to win for the Young Lions.

The Lanier Raceplex will roar to life on Friday, November 15, with practice for PASS Super Late Models and Legends cars from 1 PM to 5 PM. On Saturday, November 16, pit gates will open at 8 AM, followed by practice at 10 AM, heat races for PASS Super Late Models, Legends, and Bandoleros at 12:30 PM, followed by the Lanier National 200 and remaining features. Sunday, November 17 will be reserved as a rain date if needed.

For the Lanier National 200, PASS Super Late Models, Legends, and Bandoleros entry forms and the complete weekend schedule are posted at ProAllStarsSeries.com. Entry forms for PASS North events at Oxford Plains Speedway, White Mountain Motorsports Park, and Thunder Road International Speedbowl can also be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com.

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 the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway, the Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway.

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.

And, don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd
2019 PASS BANQUET
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OXFORD CASINO EVENT CENTER
OXFORD, MAINE
2019 PASS North SLM & PASS MODS Champions
DJ Shaw & Spencer Morse
Special Awards
PASS MODS
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS
Photos by Norm Marx
Oxford Casino Event Center
Hosts 2019 PASS Banquet
The 2019 PASS Banquet was held Saturday, November 2 at the Oxford Casino Event Center in Oxford, Maine. After a delicious buffet dinner the awards segment of the evening began with Tom Mayberry's welcome and opening remarks.

Tom welcomed the teams and thanked all for coming and for their support throughout the season. He discussed the upcoming 2020 season, with few rule changes for teams. The 2020 schedule should be announced around the beginning of December.

Tom thanked the PASS staff for their dedication throughout the season. Tom also had a special thanks for this year's Oxford 250 Grand Marshall, Bob Bahre and Gary Bahre for making this year's 250 so memorable.

Tom presented a few special awards:

Modified Sportsmanship Award: Kate Re

Super Late Model Sportsmanship Award: Nick Sweet

And the Life Time Achievement Award was presented to Rita and Julio Miglioli. Rita and Julio have been involved with racing for many years and they are dedicated to the sport. Julio accepted the award as Rita was unable to attend due to a power outage at their home.

Mike Mayberry then presented the season points trophies, with assistance from Liza Macomber and Marina Rockwell. Beginning with the Modified Rookie of the Year, Spencer Vaughan. Trophies were presented to 8th place finisher Colby Benjamin, 7th place finisher Spencer Vaughan, 6th place finisher Matty Sanborn, 5th place finisher Tyler King, 4th place finisher Kate Re, 3rd place finisher Mike Carignan, 2nd place finisher Jairet Harrision and the 2019 Modified Season Champion, Spencer Morse. Spencer took time to thank his many friends and family who have helped him along the way.

Mike then awarded the Super Late Model season points trophies. 9th place finisher Bobby Therrien, 8th place finisher Reid Lanpher, 6th place finisher Travis Benjamin, 5th place finisher Nick Sweet, 4th place finisher Gabe Brown, 3rd place finisher Ben Rowe, 2nd place finisher Derek Griffith and the 2019 Super Late Model Champion DJ Shaw. DJ spoke thanking his family and team for their support.

After the awards the teams enjoyed the DJ and all entertain-ment that the Oxford Casino has to offer.

Another PASS North season has come to an end and we look forward to racing in 2020. Congratulations to all the drivers, their teams and families. PASS Racing and Tom Mayberry thank the teams, staff and fans for all of their support.

The 2020 schedule is expected out around the beginning of December.

And please join PASS for the Super Late Model event at Lanier Speedway in Braselton, GA November 15 & 16.
     
 
SATURDAY, OCT. 26th
     

Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by
Mike Rothwell
PASS N0RTH SLMs at SEEKONK
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 10-26-19
1) 15 - Mike Hopkins - 150 Laps
2) 72 - Ryan Kuhn - 150
3) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 150
4) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
5) 47 - Gabe Brown - 150
6) 9t - Alan Tardiff - 150
7) 99 - Ben Ashline - 150
8) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
9) 17ma - Eddie MacDonald - 150
10) 7 - Travis Benjamin  - 150
11) 30 - Fred Astle  - 150
12) 27nh - Wayne Helliwell Jr. -150
13) 97 - Joey Polewarczyk Jr. -150
14) 8 - Angelo Belsito - 150
15) 48 - Ryan Lineham - 150
16) 2 - Tom Scully - 150
17) 52 - David Darling - 149
18) 2ri - Derryck Anderson Jr.-149
19) 81 - Dan Winter - 149
20) 12g - Derek Griffith - 149
21) 12 - Bobby Pelland - 149
22) 46 - Dylan Estrella - 149
23) 24 - JP Josiasse - 147
24) 40vt - Nick Sweet - 144
25) 90 - Craig Weinstein - 135
26) 15ma - Jake Johnson - 135
27) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 105
28) 14 - Rich Martin - 59
29) 40 - Mike Mitchell - 7
DNS - 96 - Wyatt Alexander
-ENTRIES RECEIVED - SEEKONK 10-26
Rollercoaster Saturday at Seekonk
Decides PASS North Champion

Story by: Brandon Paul, Speed51.com Editor
A day full of ups and downs for a pair of championship contenders decided the 2019 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North champion Saturday afternoon at Seekonk Speedway (MA).

Derek Griffith entered the season-ending race with an eight-point advantage over defending champion DJ Shaw. Ultimately, Shaw overcame that deficit to claim his fourth PASS North championship; however, the rollercoaster ride was anything but easy.

"This was about the worst day we could have possibly had and still pulled this off," Shaw said after the race. "I don't even know what to say. I can't believe it, really. It was a bad day. We missed it on the setup and Griffith got caught up in wrecks all day. We were just fortunate to survive."

The whirlwind day began at the start of the day during qualifying heats when Shaw started second and won his heat race. A few minutes later, Griffith pulled out for his heat race and made an early bid for the lead after starting third. As Griffith attempted to make a pass on Travis Benjamin, the two made contact and Griffith spun towards the infield. After restarting fourth, trouble continued when he was involved in another accident that forced him to retire from his heat race early.

At that point, Griffith's eight-point advantage was trimmed to just three points entering the 150-lap feature. Shaw started the race in 11th, while Griffith started 24th. When the green flag waved, Shaw took over the points lead.

The next turn on the rollercoaster ride occurred before lap 24 when Shaw decided to bring his No. 60 to pit road for adjustments. That decision gave Griffith, who had raced up to 15th at the time, the lead in the championship battle.

"He got to the front so fast," Shaw said of Griffith. "I came into this weekend content that I was second and that it was a long shot. After the heat, it became a reality and you had to go back into that mentality that you just had to beat one guy. On lap 20, after he starts 30th and I start 11th, if he's already there I'm not going to beat him in a 150-lap race. We had to take a swing at it."

A pair of incidents in the second half of the race collected Griffith, forcing him to pit road on two separate occasions. From there, the deficit was too large to make up. Shaw survived the chaos to finish seventh, while Griffith was credited with a 21st-place finish, unofficially.

"It all started with that heat race. We just got no respect from the people that we race with," Griffith said. "He runs us like that all the time, I have no idea. It's kind of mind boggling that we're running for a championship and just have no respect at all.

"After that, it was just an incident," he continued. "A guy got loose and cleaned us out, put us right into the frontstretch wall. He didn't mean anything by that. Then we just kind of picked our way up throughout he field. We had a restart on the outside and I got clear to the bottom and someone just ran right through me. Then we got caught up in another wreck after that."

For Griffith, a five-time PASS winner this season, his performance Saturday was not indicative of the season his LCM Motorsports team had. After escaping major carnage for much of the season, a full dose of bad luck and misfortune was handed to them in the season finale.

"We haven't had body panels off this thing all year," Griffith said. "Now we have a whole door tore off, fender, quarter panel is half gone. Just no respect at all. It's a huge bummer because we had a good run this year. We were really close. It is what it is. Congrats to DJ and those guys, they did a good job this year.

"We've tried our hardest, had an awesome year and won a lot of races. We have to take second in points as what it is and move forward. We were real close. We beat everyone one in wins this year with PASS. Had a good year all year, just had one more bad day than he did."

While the championship race took turn after turn, Maine native Mike Hopkins collected his first PASS North victory of the season in his first career start at Seekonk Speedway. Hopkins passed local racer Ryan Kuhn with less than 30 laps remaining to claim the win. Speed51.com will have more on that story in the coming days.
     
 
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13th
PASS N0RTH MODS at HUDSON
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 10-13-19
1) 00 - Geoff Rollins
2) 10 - Kate Re
3) 21 - Mike Carignan
4) 11 - Tyler King
5) 34 - Spencer Morse
6) 50 - Jeremy Davis
7) 85 - Jairet Harrison
8) 52 - Colby Benjaman
9) 33 - Bill Dixon
10) 7 - Spencer Vaughn
11) 13 - Ryan Nelson
12) 28 - Mark Lundblad
     
 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25th
FULL RACE PAGE HERE
SHAW - BENJAMIN - GRIFFITH 
 
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Choice Hotels International Returns
as Official PASS Hotel Partner

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

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

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

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

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

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

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