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8-27-17 "250" Lap Board

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Series Contact: 
Tom Mayberry, President

(207) 693-6497
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Alan Dietz   (704) 231-2039 email:
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Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown
To Be Broadcast on MAVTV


PASS Announces Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 for

November at Hickory HERE

PASS Sets 2017 Dates
To Crown Super Late Model’s
National Champion HERE

2017 PASS South Super Late Model Schedule Released As Series Readies For 12th Season HERE

2017 Entry Forms,
Entry Lists,

 & Event Schedules:

The Mason-Dixon
MegaMeltdown 300

11-18-17 "300" Lap Board



Entry Form - 300 - 11-18

Entries Received - 300 - 11-18

Event Schedule - 300 - 11-18
2017 Licenses

2017 Super Late Model License Form

2017 North MODS License Form



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.
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 after 5 PM.

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Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown
To Be Broadcast
The Mid-Atlantic region's highest paying Super Late Model race will be making its way into living rooms nationwide. Announced on Thursday afternoon by Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials, the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown at the famed Hickory Motor Speedway will be broadcast on a tape-delayed basis on the MAVTV network.

The announcement comes just one day after PASS and MAVTV officials announced that the 44th Annual Oxford 250 will be aired on a national broadcast network for the first time.

"The south has been clamoring for an Oxford 250 style event and the MegaMeltdown at Hickory is that event," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "MAVTV's flag-to-flag coverage of the Oxford 250 and the MegaMeltdown 300 will give short track racers and their sponsors the coverage that they so desperately deserve and we are glad that PASS can provide them with that."

A winner's check of over $15,000 will be on the line for Super Late Model racers during the inaugural Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown on November 18. The race will serve as a rebirth of the traditional Mason-Dixon Meltdown with a larger purse, more laps and even more excitement.

The race will pay $15,000 to the winner and $1,000 to start, plus there will be an additional $25 per lap awarded to the race leader, which could push the winner's total to $22,500.

At 300 green flag laps, the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown will feature true, live pit stops and strategy throughout the race.

To add even more excitement to the race, it will serve as the final race of the 2017 battle for the PASS National Championship Series. This means that those watching on MAVTV will see drivers from both the north and south battling it out for bragging rights at "the birthplace of the NASCAR stars."

MAVTV, an American cable and satellite television channel owned by the automotive lubricant company Lucas Oil, has become the go-to channel for short track racing events in recent years. The company produces full race broadcasts for series such as the ARCA Racing Series, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Lucas Oil Modified Series and many more.

The addition of two Pro All Stars Series events, the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown and the Oxford 250, to the network's lineup further demonstrates the network's support of short track racing.

Plans are also underway for another special announcement from the Pro All Stars Series in the near future., the nation's leading short track racing news site, will handle the production of the television broadcast.

The air date for the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown will be announced at a later time.

With the addition of a nationally televised broadcast to both premier races, marketing opportunities will be at a premium. Those interested in marketing partnerships with the Pro All Stars Series are encouraged to email Alan Dietz at

About PASS
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 Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 and Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

Owned and operated by Lucas Oil Products, MAVTV is a television network with its roots deep in the automotive world. MAVTV offers an unparalleled line-up of exclusive motorsports, that includes prestigious events such as the Chili Bowl, The AMA Pro Motocross series, the Lucas Oil Challenge Cup and NHRA Drag Racing. But MAVTV goes far beyond the national mainstream events and also covers multitudes of grassroots series' from across the globe: Drag boats, sprint boats, drag racing, pro pulling, rally racing, drifting, dirt racing, ice racing and everything in between.

Since 2001, has been the source for short track news, behind-the-scenes stories, in-depth race coverage and live video broadcasts of short track events throughout North America, from NASCAR's Touring Divisions (Modifieds & K&N Pro Series)to Dirt Modifieds and numerous forms of Late Model & Modified racing. Speed51 TV, the live video broadcasting arm of, airs live video productions of short track events on both pavement and dirt. Speed51 TV also produces race broadcasts for network television. The Speed51 Video Network carries highlights, interviews and features from short track racing around the country on


11/28:  After additional investigations and communications, PASS will allow the 2018 Five Star Gen 6 Greenhouse ABC body for competition in 2018 with no weight penalty.

Body must be mounted to Gen 6 Greenhouse ABC specifications with allowances same as Traditional Roof ABC Bodies PASS Rules. No trimming of front nose. Must remain full length as manufactured.

See SLM Rules Section 10.2.1




DINNER:  7 - 8 PM
  8 - 9 PM

DJ:  9 - 11 PM



DECEMBER 27, 2017

NOVEMBER 18, 2017

PASS South Super Late Models Champion
Matt Craig - #54
PASS Natl. Super Late Models Champion
Ben Rowe - #4n
11-18-17 "300" Lap Board
Late-Race Contact Propels
Brandon Setzer To $15,000
PASS Win At Hickory
HICKORY, NC (November 18) - Hometown favorite Brandon Setzer took the lead after contact with Garrett Hall coming to the white flag to go on and win the Mason-Dixon MegMeltdown 300 for the Pro All Star Series (PASS) Super Late Models Saturday afternoon at Hickory Motor Speedway. Setzer's third PASS Super Late Model win was the biggest of his career as he took home the $15,000 winner's prize.

"He [Hall] had the best car, I hate it ended like that, but the lapped car just screwed him up," said Setzer, driver of the Romeo Guest Construction/The Jewelry Exchange Ford #6. "As soon as he [Hall] went to the outside I saw the lapped car waving to the inside and I said, 'Oh, I've got a hole,' I filled the hole, he tried to come back down, but at that point I couldn't back out. Man, this means the world to me. I could've won the Daytona 500 and not be this happy."

In qualifying, Kodie Conner beat two-time PASS North champion Travis Benjamin by 0.001 seconds to claim his second career pole. After the top 10 qualifiers redraw, former PASS champions DJ Shaw and Tate Fogleman would move to the front row, while Conner moved back to the fifth starting position.

The 300 lapper got off to a slow start with five cautions in the first 21 laps, including one on a lap 17 restart that knocked 2017 PASS South Super Late Model champion, Matt Craig, and Garrett Evans from contention. Shaw and Fogleman would trade the lad back and forth before Shaw would eventually settle for the lead on lap 38. By this time, Cassius Clark, whose team had struggled to cross the American/Canadian border for four days before arriving just in time for the race, had charged from the rear of the field into the top 10.

Shaw would pit on lap 99 after a caution for the stalled car of Jeff Batten, handing the lead over to Benjamin. After making it as high as fourth, Clark would have to pit under green on lap 125 with a flat left rear tire, losing three laps in the process. Another group of leaders pitted on lap 130 after Roy Hayes made contact with the turn four wall, but Benjamin again stayed out and continued to lead.

While Cole Butcher and Spencer Davis would take turns up front, Benjamin would make his way back to the front each time. But, Benjamin would pull to a stop while leading on lap 183 after his car ran out of fuel. On the restart, Garrett Hall would take the lead from Davis for the first time in the race. On lap 225, Derek Ramstrom spun from third allowing Setzer, Shaw and others to pit for four tires, while Hall stayed out to maintain the lead. The final caution of the night would wave when Dennis Spencer, Jr. spun entering turn three, collecting Clark and Gracie Trotter. With the free pass, Benjamin would be able to take the pass around to get back on the lead lap.

Hall continued to lead with Setzer in his tire tracks over the final laps. Shaw moved into third, until Benjamin came charging through the field to take the spot with 19 laps to go. Hall and Setzer continued to weave their way through lapped traffic until they encountered the car of David Calabrese. With two laps to go, as they entered turn three, Hall looked to pass Calabrese on the outside. Calabrese instead moved up, causing Hall to check up. Setzer took advantage of the opening, turning inside Hall and making contact. Hall spun up the track causing Benjamin to check up while Setzer would go on to take the win over Shaw, Conner, Davis and Ben Rowe, who claimed his fifth PASS National Championship. Rounding out the top 10 were Hall, Travis Stearns, Nicholas Naugle, Benjamin, and Spencer.

The Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 from Hickory will air on MAV TV in mid-January, 2018 so please check local listings. Look for more on the newly crowned champions, Ben Rowe and Matt Craig, later this week.

The 2017 PASS Super Late Model is complete, but continue to monitor over the coming weeks for more on the upcoming season. Be sure to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14.
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1) 6 - Brandon Setzer - 300 Laps
2) 60 - DJ Shaw - 300
3) 45 - Kodie Conner - 300
4) 55 - Spencer Davis - 300
5) 4 - Ben Rowe - 300
6) 94 - Garrett Hall - 300
7) 16ME - Travis Stearns - 300
8) 08 - Nicholas Naugle - 300
9) 7 - Travis Benjamin - 300
10) 46 - Dennis Spencer Jr. - 300
11) 24 - Mike Rowe - 299
12) 53 - Cole Butcher - 299
13) 7L - Glen Luce - 296
14) 49 - Jeff Batten - 294
15) 43 - David Calabrese - 294
16) 98 - Jody Measamer - 291
17) 24J - JP Josiasse - 291
18) 7F - Dave Farrington Jr. - 281
19) 55T - Gracie Trotter - 245
20) 35 - Derek Ramstrom - 243
21) 13 - Cassius Clark - 243
22) 54 - Matt Craig - 238
23) 12 - Trey Jarrell - 191
24) 8 - Tate Fogleman - 152
25) 15 - Roy Hayes - 125
26) 61 - TJ Brackett - 71
27) 12G - Derek Griffith - 63
28) 9 - Chris Dilbeck - 42
29) 47 - Gabe Brown - 38
30) 4M - Kyle McCallum - 22
31) 09 - Kayla Eshleman - 22
32) 64 - Garrett Evans - 21
33) 99 - John Gustafson - 16
DNS: 41 - Trevor Sanborn
Entries Received - 300 - 11-18

PASS MegaMeltdown To Feature
Live Pit Stops And National
Championship Battle
CHARLOTTE, NC (November 16) - With practice now under way for the 12th Annual Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 At Hickory Motor Speedway, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model racers from all across the continent are ascending on the legendary race track. While the focus for fans may be on who can take home over $15,000 for winning, teams are focusing on how to achieve that goal.

An intriguing factor for this weekend's race will be strategy and live pit stops. With 300 green flag laps before them on Saturday afternoon, teams will have the opportunity to change up to six tires at any point in the MegaMeltdown. Since caution laps will not count, grassroots teams will not be faced with employing "ringers," professional pit crews brought in for race day only. And, teams will also be basing their strategies on what type of power plant they have under the hood. Some teams with "built" motors will utilize the horsepower advantage they have to try and over power their competition. But, teams with less horsepower under the hood will have the opportunity to conserve tires and possibly cut back on the number of stops they make in favor of making up track position.

While everyone has the goal to take the big paycheck and the checkered flag in front of a nationwide audience on MAV TV, two drivers will also be focusing on winning Super Late Model racing's only national championship. Both Ben Rowe and Dave Farrington, Jr. come into Saturday afternoon's action with a shot at the PASS National title. For Rowe, a multi-time winner at Hickory Motor Speedway, a fifth national title would push his overall tally to 10 PASS championships.

"I think it's pretty neat to have a shot at the PASS National title because there is a lot of traveling and work from everybody on the team, that people just don't realize to get to those national races," says Rowe, driver of the Richard Moody & Sons Construction/Hancock Lumber #4 Toyota. "I think capping it all off at Hickory, one of my favorite racetracks, will be pretty cool."

For Farrington, who enters the MegaMeltdown trailing Rowe by just 29 points, it will be his first time ever competing for the national championship. This year, Farrington became the first driver since Rowe in 2009 to compete in every PASS Super Late Model event, north and south.

"It's such a unique opportunity and I can't thank everyone with our family-owned team and Woodman Racing for making this possible," says Farrington, who will pilot the Energy Dynamics/Plant's Seafood Chevrolet #7 this weekend. "We hope to continue a program going in to 2018 and we will be giving it everything we've got to win this national championship. We know we will need some help, but our team will not give up."

All the action gets under way on Thursday, November 16 at Hickory Motor Speedway with PASS hauler parking and optional practice from 1 - 4 PM. On Friday, November 17, practice will begin at 10 AM, followed by Must Racing Sprint Car qualifying. On Saturday, November 18, practice will begin at 9 AM, with PASS Super Late Model qualifying at 11 AM, followed Must See Racing Sprints for 50 laps and the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300.

PASS Super Late Model entry forms and the complete weekend schedule for the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 at Hickory Motor Speedway can be found at

For marketing opportunities and in car camera inquiries for MAV TV's coverage of the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown at Hickory can be made by contacting Alan Dietz 704-231-2039 or

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 and PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 and Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or

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.
NOVEMBER 3rd - 4th, 2017
Photos by Laura -
Craig Claims PASS South Checkers at
Concord’s North-South Shootout
MIDLAND, NC (November 4) - Matt Craig all but locked up his second straight Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model championship by claiming his sixth win of the season Saturday afternoon in the North-South Shootout at Concord Speedway. Craig's seventh career PASS South win was his first at Concord Speedway, but not the first for his family-owned team at the track, where they have also gone to victory lane in the past with drivers like Rodney Childers, Jeff Fultz, and Clay Rogers.

"This track means so much to my family, we've always had success here, it was a little bit bumpy for me the first few times out here, but we've finally got it conquered and figured it out this time," said Craig, driver of the C&C Boilers Sales & Service Chevrolet #54. "We've had a phenomenal year and we've been doing so good. We've tested and really done our homework and I'm just the lucky one that gets to drive them."

In qualifying on Friday, Craig just barely beat out Midwest standout Ty Majeski for his third quick qualifying time of the year with a lap of 15.925 seconds (113.030 MPH). After the top 10 qualifiers redraw, former Truck Series racers Erik Darnell and Chad McCumbee would move to the front row, while Craig moved back to the fifth starting position.

At the drop of the green flag, Darnell would move to the point, while McCumbee settled into second in front of Jared Irvan. Craig did not take long to flex his muscle, leading Majeski by McCumbee into second and third respectively on lap 13. Just 15 laps later, McCumbee continued to slide back, losing fifth to Christian Eckes.

The first caution of the afternoon would wave on lap 46 when Dave Farrington, Jr. stalled in the dogleg with a broken shock mount, after contact the lap before nearly sent Tate Fogleman and Colt James spinning.

On the restart, Darnell and Craig bumped in turn one and nearly crashed, allowing Majeski to make a bold move in the short chute and into the lead. The battle continued between Darnell and Craig for second with Craig finally able to wrestle the spot away on lap 73.

Majeski had built up nearly a straightaway advantage over Craig, but that was all erased when the caution waved with 36 laps to go after contact between Eckes and Spencer Davis sent Eckes hard into the turn one wall. Coming back to the green flag for the restart, Majeski's car stumbled, allowing Craig to assume the lead.

The final caution of the afternoon would wave with 27 laps to go for a spin by Fogleman exiting turn three. Craig led on the restart and would lead the rest of the way to take the win over Majeski, Davis, Jake Crum, and McCumbee. Rounding out the top 10 were Kodie Conner, James, Roy Hayes, Darnell, and Irvan.

The PASS Super Late Models will be in action again in front of the MAV TV cameras and for the final time in 2017 on Saturday afternoon, November 18, for the 12th Annual Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 at Hickory Motor Speedway, racing for $15,000 to win. Entry forms and the complete weekend schedule are available at

Be sure to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14.
1) 54 - Matt Craig - 125 Laps
2 16 - Ty Majeski - 125
3) 55 - Spencer Davis - 125
4) 01 - Jake Crum - 125
5) 16M - Chad McCumbee - 125
6) 45 - Kodie Conner - 125
7) 15J - Colt James - 125
8) 15 - Roy Hayes, III - 125
9) 7 - Erik Darnell - 124
10) 28 - Jared Irvan - 124
11) 8F - Tate Fogleman - 124
12) 24J - JP Josiasse - 117
13) 4M - Kyle McCallum - 96
14) 15X - Christian Eckes - 89
15) 64 - Garrett Evans - 86
16) 13 - Wes Burton - 81
17) 7F - Dave Farrington, Jr. - 60
18) 11 - Jordan McCallum - 51
DNS: 6 - Matt Wallace
Entries Received - NSS - 11-4

Photos by Laura -
1) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 150 Laps
2) 54 - Matt Craig - 150
3) 4p - Kyle Plott - 150
4) 7f - Dave Farrington Jr. - 150
5) 45 - Kodie Conner - 150
6) 2 - Trevor Noles - 149
7) 11m - Jordan McCallum - 148
8) 7r - Casey Roderick - 148
9) 98 - Jody Measamer - 148
10) 15 - Roy Hayes III - 148
11) 4m - Kyle McCallum - 147
12) 24j - JP Josiasse - 147
13) 7c - Tyler Church - 94
14) 4f - Jay Fogleman - 47
15) 99 - Donnie Carlton - 18
16) 74 - Ryan Moore - 18
Entries Received - OCS - 10-21
Tate Fogleman Tames The Howler in
PASS South Action at Orange County
ROUGEMONT, NC (October 21) - Tate Fogleman claimed the lead just shy of 20 laps from the start and led the rest of the way in a caution-free race for his first Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win of the season Saturday night at Orange County Speedway. The third-generation driver from nearby Durham, NC dominated The Howler 150 for a popular win in front of the hometown crowd.

"We've raced and practiced a lot here and I was starting to think we would never get a Super win here, but I can't thank these boys enough because we were really struggling in practice ," said Fogleman, driver of the Solid Rock Carriers/Fogleman Soils Ford #8. "Something we've wanted to do all year is prove that we're one of the best teams out here and we got it done tonight."

In qualifying, points leader Matt Craig just beat out Jody Measamer for his second quick qualifying time of the year with a lap of 14.083 seconds (95.860 MPH). After the top 10 qualifiers redraw, 2014 PASS South champion, Tyler Church, and Kodie Conner would move to the front row, while Craig moved back to the sixth starting position.

At the drop of the green flag, Conner would move to the point, while Church settled into second in front of Kyle McCallum. McCallum would soon move into second, but would be quickly overtaken by Fogleman on lap 13. Turning some of the quickest laps of the night, Fogleman wasted little time, moving past Conner for the lead just three laps later.

While Fogleman stretched his lead over the field, Craig was slowly making his way to the front, passing Conner for second on lap 60. Kyle Plott, making his PASS South debut, moved around Conner for third on lap 83 and began to set his sights on Craig for second.

Fogleman set a torrid pace at the front of the field, stretching his lead to nearly a straightaway over the battle for second between Craig and Plott. With less than 15 laps to go, Casey Roderick almost brought out a caution as he got very close to the wall in turn four. And, with just four laps to go, McCallum would slap the wall in turn three but was able to continue.

Fogleman would to dominate to take his second career PASS South Super Late Model over Craig, Plott, Dave Farrington, Jr., and Conner. Rounding out the top 10 were Trevor Noles, Jordan McCallum, Roderick, Measamer, and Roy Hayes.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action again on Saturday afternoon, November 4, for 125 laps at Concord Speedway as part of the 15th Annual North-South Shootout. Entry forms and the complete weekend schedule are available at

Be sure to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14.
SATURDAY, OCT. 14th - 1:00 PM
PASS North Super Late Models Champion
Travis Benjamin - #7
PASS MODS Champion
Ben Tinker - #19
1) 7g - Curtis Geery - 150 Laps
2) 7 - Travis Benjamin - 150
3) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
4) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 150
5) 73 - Joey Doiron - 150
6) 12g - Derek Griffith - 150
7) 7L - Glen Luce - 150
8) 72 - Scott Robbins - 150
9) 14g - Tract Gordon - 150
10) 27nh - Wayne Helliwell - 150
11) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
12) 51 - John Peters - 150
13) 88 - Brandon Baker - 149
14) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 149
15) 24 - Mike Rowe - 149
16) 57me - Austin Therault - 149
17) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 149
18) 94 - Garrett Hall - 149
19) 44p - Rusty Polland - 149
20) 46 - Dennis Spencer - 149
21) 53 - Cole Butcher - 148
22) 73me - Adam Polvinen - 148
23) 1vt - Scott Dixon - 148
24) 52 - Dustin Tucker - 148
25) 9t - Alan Tardiff - 129
26) 94me - Shawn Martin - 108
27) 0 - Scott Luce - 97
28) 53x - Billy Rogers - 97
29) 44 - Kyle Treadwell - 89
30) 54 - Johnny Clark - 88
31) 61 - TJ Brackett - 88
32) 60 - Tim Brackett - 50
Entries Received - OPS - 10-14
Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by Lindsay Ellison
Curtis Gerry wins PASS Super Late
Model race at Oxford Plains Speedway,
Travis Benjamin earns second
PASS North Championship
Oxford, ME -- Curtis Gerry of Waterboro nailed down his second PASS Super Late Model win this season at Oxford Plains Speedway Saturday afternoon, while his closest on-track rival, Travis Benjamin of Belfast, riding a runner-up finish to nail down his second career PASS North championship.

Gerry, who added his name to the lists of Legends by winning the 44th Annual Oxford 250 back in August, had the best season of his career hot on the heels of what was previously his best year ever in 2016.

The Saco House of Pizza #7 and Gerry methodically cruised into contention from 12th starting position as Ben Rowe, Tracy Gordon, Dave Farrington and Joey Doiron took turns setting the race pace, with Brandon Barker also a notable early factor.

Benjamin, steering the Petit Motorsports Weirs GMC / Fisher Snowplows 7, is now a two-time winner of both the PASS North title and the annual Oxford 250 Classic. He lined up one spot behind race winner Gerry, finishing 1.58-seconds behind him under the checkered flag.

2016 PASS North champion DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire filled out the podium aboard the Precision JLM / Dale Shaw Race Cars 60. Reid Lanpher of Manchester and Berwick's Doiron filled out the top five rundown.

Sixth through tenth in the finishing order were Hudson, New Hampshire's Derek Griffith, Glen Luce of Turner, Scott Robbins of Dixfield, early frontrunner Gordon, of Strong and 2016 Oxford 250 champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of Dover, New Hampshire.

Doiron, Ben Rowe, Gerry and Benjamin won 15-lap PASS Super Late Model heat races. John Peters of Westbrook and Maine Hall of Famer Mie Rowe of Turner aced the 15-lap last chance qualifiers.

Mark Lundblad, Jr. of Conway, New Hampshire raced to a career-first victory in the 40-lap PASS Mods main event, a rare, non-stop affair for the increasingly-popular open-wheel class. Lundblad started fourth and took command from Windham's Matty Sanborn, who led a healthy chunk of the main event before Lundblad took over.

Windham's Jimmy Emerson made an impressive, three-wide move to claim runner-up honors ahead of Sanborn, wrapping up his finest campaign with a little help from his many friends. Bruce Helmuth raced hard en route to a fourth-place finish.

Ben Tinker of New Gloucester rounded out the top-five, preserving his perfect record this season in that department on his way to the 2017 PASS Mods championship. In thirteen starts, Tinker won seven times.

Tyler King of Livermore coasted to victory lane once in front of the field after chasing Turner's Matt Dufault for the first half of the 50-lap finale to the Street Stock Quad Series. King could not seem to find a a way by Dufault under green-flag racing conditions early on, then powered away on a mid-race restart to leave no doubt on this afternoon.

Billy Childs, Jr., of Leeds, was the best of the rest, wrapping up a track championship season almost as well as possible. Andrew Breton of Greene wrapped up his best season with a late charge good enough to earn third-place hardware in victory lane.

Bryce Mains kicked up some dust with a fourth-place finish, and the Bridgton driver knew that was enough to nail down the 2017 Street Stock Quad Series crown, putting an exclamation point in his best-ever campaign. Teammate Dufault filled out the top five.

Casey Call of Pembroke, New Hampshire is building a good collection of trophies on his visits to Oxford Plains Speedway, and on Saturday it was the big one as the 14-year-old outran fellow teen racer Trenton Goodrow of Carver, Massachusetts by a comfortable margin in the 25-lap Legends Cars main event.

Parker Varney of Windham, Gray's Kevin Oliver and Colby Meserve of Windham rounded out the top five. Defending track champion Austin Teras was in Las Vegas for Legends Cars National Championship action. Teras and the Jay Cushman team had built a sufficient margin in the championship standing to earn this year's title despite, understandably, skipping the final race.

Jamie Heath of Waterford led all the way, though definitely feeling pressure much of the time, to win both the 25-lap Bandits division race and the 2017 Bandits Triple Crown Series title. Heath was challenged most of the way by fellow former division champion Shaun Hinckley of Oxford, but it was Turner's Tyler Green claiming runner-up honors as the checkered flag waved. Hinkley did join Heath and Green o0n the podium, with the top-five rundown completed by Kyle Hewins of Leeds and the Tornado, Travis Verrill of South Paris.

For more information please call (207) 539-8865.

Unofficial results from the Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model and Mod races Oxford Plains Speedway; Oxford, Maine; Saturday, October 14, 2017 showing finishing position, car number, driver's name, driver's hometown:

Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model (150 laps)
1 7 Curtis Gerry, Waterboro; 2 7 Travis Benjamin, Belfast; 3 60 DJ Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 4 59 Reid Lanpher, Manchester; 5 73 Joey Doiron, Berwick; 6 12 Derek Griffith, Hudson, NH; 7 7 Glen Luce, Turner; 8 72 Scott Robbins, Dixfield; 9 14 Tracy Gordon, Strong; 10 27 Wayne Helliwell, Dover, NH; 11 4 Ben Rowe, Turner; 12 51 John Peters, Westbrook; 13 88 Brandon Barker, Windham; 14 14 Scott McDaniel, Livermore; 15 24 Mike Rowe, Turner; 16 57 Austin Theriault, Fort Kent; 17 23 Dave Farrington, Jr., Jay; 18 94 Garrett Hall, Scarborough; 19 44 Rusty Poland, Windham; 20 46 Dennis Spencer, Oxford; 21 53 Cole Butcher, Porter's Lake, NS; 22 73 Adam Polvinen, Hebron; 23 1 Scott Dragon, Milton, VT; 24 52 Dustin Tucker, Fredericton, NB; 25 9 Alan Tardiff, Lyman; 26 94 Shawn Martin, Turner; 27 0 Scott Luce, Strong; 28 53 Billy Rodgers, Old Orchard Beach; 29 44 Kyle Treadwell, Buckfield; 30 54 Johnny Clark, Farmingdale; 31 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield; 32 60 Tim Brackett, Oxford. DNQ: 1 Billy Penfold, Oxford; 47 Gabe Brown, Center Conway, NH; 77 Nick Reno, West Bath; 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 2 Chad Munro, Waterboro; 01 Sammy Gooden, Whitefield, NH; 81 Dan Winter, Windham; 03 Scott Moore, Anson; 29 Kevin Morse, Woolwich; 28 Kirk Thibeau, Fort Farifield; 02 Shane Lane, Anson; 11 Jeff Burgess, Fairfield; 09 Jeremy Davis, Tamworth, NH.

2017 PASS North Super Late Model Champion: Travis Benjamin, Belfast.

Photos by Norm Marx
PASS Mods (40 laps)
1 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Conway, NH; 2 12 Jimmy Emerson, Windham; 3 64 Matty Sanborn, Windham; 4 25 Bruce Helmuth, Wales; 5 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester; 6 60 Gary Shackford, Center Conway, NH; 7 17 Scott Alexander, Glenburn; 8 85 Jariet Harrison, Freeport; 9 2 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin; 10 16 Patrick Sullivan, Poland; 11 44 David Grystwicz; Standish; 12 78 Ivan Kaffell, Raymond.

2017 PASS Mods Champion: Ben Tinker, New Gloucester.

Allen's Coffee Flavored Street Stock (50 laps)
1 11 Tyler King, Livermore; 2 1 Billy Childs, Jr., Leeds; 3 33 Andrew Breton, Greene; 4 77 Bryce Mains, Bridgton; 5 61 Matt Dufault, Turner; 6 09 Mark Turner, Norway; 7 85 Kenny Harrison, Durham; 8 34 David Vaughn, Naples; 9 51 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 10 11 Danny Wear, Scarborough; 11 97 Donnie Wentworth, Otisfield; 12 93 Dave Langlais, Springvale; 13 4 Jordan Russell, Norway; 14 55 Kurt Hewins, Leeds; 15 8 Jimmy Duguay, Lewiston; 16 42 Kim Tripp, Oxford.

Quad Series Street Stock Champion: Bryce Mains, Bridgton.

Legends Cars (25 laps)
1 90 Casey Call, Pembroke, NH; 2 31 Trenton Goodrow, Carver, MA; 3 18 Parker Varney, Windham; 4 28 Kevin Oliver, Gray; 5 92 Colby Meserve, Windham; 6 399 Bobby Weymouth, Topsham; 7 84 Matt Grant, Windham; 8 4 Peter Cook, Poland; 9 6 Bryan Lancaster, Skowhegan; 10 14 Aliyah Neale, South Royalston, MA; 11 21 Mike Humphrey, Cornish; 12 09 Tom Searles, Upton, MA; 13 76 Russ Godbout, Mount Vernon; 14 0 Annette Humphrey, Parsonsfield; 15 717 Brian Damon, Gorham.

2017 Legends Cars Champion: Austin Teras, Windham.

Bandits (25 laps) 1 91 Jamie Heath, Waterford; 2 26 Tyler Green, Turner; 3 2 Shaun Hinkley, Oxford; 4 52 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 5 24 Travis 'Tornado' Verrill, South Paris; 6 51 Adam Sanborn, West Paris; 7 77 Rob Crepeau, Minot; 8 44 Tyler Libby, Auburn; 9 4 Dave Brennan, Winthrop; 10 00 John Lizotte, Lewiston; 11 55 Dean Jordan, Jay; 12 83 Adam Josselyn, Waterford; 13 93 Justin Spear, Wiscasset; 14 81 Dustin Salley, Poland; 15 53 Ron Hinkley, Monmouth.

Bandits Triple Crown Series Champion: Jamie Heath, Waterford.

At OPS on 8/12, Jimmy Emerson of Windham raced to his first-ever PASS Mods win, outdistancing the competition by a large margin in the 40-lap race.  Emerson, a frequent winner in other divisions earlier in his racing career, wasted no time getting to the lead in an event that got a bit rough behind him.

Ben Tinker of New Gloucester prevailed in the battle for second place, a full straightaway behind Emerson.  Glenburn’s Scott Alexander ended up in third spot, followed by Bruce Helmuth of Wales and Freeport’s Jariet Harrison.

PASS MODS (40 laps)  1 12 Jimmy Emerson, Windham; 2 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester; 3 17 Scott Alexander, Glenburn; 4 25 Bruce Helmuth, Wales; 5 85 Jariet Harrison, Freeport; 6 28 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Conway, NH; 7 64 Matty Sanborn, Windham; 8 21 Mike Carignan, Lebanon; 9 60 Gary Shackford, Center Conway, NH; 10 2 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin; 11 16 Patrick Sullivan, Poland; DQ 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH.

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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 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 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,
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.

Copyright 2009 Choice Hotels International, Inc. All rights reserved.
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