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Expanded "Road To The Oxford 250" Returns For 4th Year in 2017 HERE

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2017 PASS North SLM Schedule Highlighted By Return To Canada HERE

PASS Sets 2017 Dates
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National Champion HERE

2017 PASS South Super Late Model Schedule Released As Series Readies For 12th Season HERE
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with the
Pro All Stars Series
Naples ME - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry and Sunoco Race Fuels have announced a multi-year agreement making Sunoco Supreme and Standard racing gasoline the official spec fuel for all five PASS touring series through 2011 and beyond.

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

“Sunoco has been with us from day one,” said Mayberry in making the announcement. “Mike Joy, John Holland, Charlie Holland and the entire crew at New England Race Fuels have played a major role in the growth of our organization from a single northern New England based tour to five individual series with races from Florida to Maritime Canada. As we expanded to the southeast we have had tremendous support from Sunoco distributors such as Hank Thomas Performance, and the fact that most every race track where we compete pumps Sunoco Race Fuel makes it a perfect partnership, one that we hope will continue for many years to come.”
 
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Diverse Entry List Continues to
Grow for PASS Winter Meltdown
at Dillon Motor Speedway
CHARLOTTE, NC (January 18) - Diversity is the name of the game as drivers from far and wide continue to prepare for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model season opener at Dillon Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon, February 4. The "Original" Winter Meltdown will again be on Super Bowl weekend and will pit the best short track racers in North America against one another for 200 laps in the first race of the 2017 PASS National Championship series.

Sarah Cornett-Ching comes into 2017 with realistic goals in PASS and something to prove to herself starting at Dillon. For the 25-year-old driver from British Columbia, just being at the Meltdown will be a victory of sorts. Following a season that saw her finish seventh in ARCA Racing Series points in 2015, Cornett-Ching ran a partial schedule last year. In the ARCA season finale at Kentucky Speedway, she suffered a serious concussion after a devastating crash. Experiencing symptoms similar to those of Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Cornett-Ching was unsure of her racing future.

"I don't really know the exact time when I felt like I was 'coming back', but it's more like the symptoms began to go away slowly and I would wake up one day and realize I didn't feel nauseous anymore and then a few weeks later I would notice that I didn't have a headache all the time," says Cornett-Ching. "My memory would slowly improve and I would feel like I could do anything I used to be able to and when I started exerting energy it just knocked me back down. I am still working on getting my stamina back to where I was but thankfully the symptoms have totally gone away and the doctor has cleared me for all competition."

After three PASS starts in 2016, Cornett-Ching returns with Tony Blanchard and the Race 101 team this year, with plans to compete for the PASS South Super Late Model championship and possibly the PASS National title. She will also be looking to better the sixth place results of Tayla Orleans and Kenzie Ruston-Hemric, currently tied as the best finishes by a female driver in PASS history.

"I don't have lofty goals for 2017, but I hope to be a competitive top 10 car at each race I enter," says Cornett-Ching. "My ultimate goal is to be the most successful female ever to compete in the PASS Series, win races and be a threat each time I show up to the track. This will be my first race back after several months of not racing and I know the PASS Series has some high car counts and competitive racing. I would like to be in the top 10, but ultimately running 200 laps clean and finishing this race will be priority #1. I really like Dillon, it has some neat character and Ron Barfield has done a great job of facilitating us any way he can, so I am looking forward to an awesome time."

Joining Cornett-Ching at Dillon will be first time PASS starter, Tanner Thorson. Following in the footsteps of former PASS South winner, Christopher Bell, the Minden, NV driver is hoping to make the successful transition from open wheel cars to stock cars. After finishing as the USAC National Midget Series runner-up in 2015, Thorson did even better last year, capturing six wins and the series championship. Already this season, Thorson finished fourth in the Chili Bowl, the most prominent event for Midgets. Thorson joins the Bond Suss Motorsports team at Dillon for the Meltdown after the organization went to victory lane for the first time last November at the North-South Shootout at Concord Speedway with Dalton Sargeant behind the wheel.

Joining the growing list of drivers from New England on the entry list is New Hampshire's Joey Polewarczyk. The former ACT Late Model champion and Oxford 250 winner will be making his first trip to a PASS South race since 2013. Running a limited schedule last year, Polewarczyk captured three wins in just nine PASS North Super Late Model starts. The PASS Winter Meltdown will be Polewarczyk's first trip to Dillon Motor Speedway.

Action gets underway at Dillon Motor Speedway Speedway on Friday, February 3 with gates opening at 1 PM and rotating practice for the PASS Super Late Models, Late Models, and Pro 4s from 2 - 5 PM. On Saturday, February 4, gates will open at 8 AM, with rotating practice from 10 AM - Noon, qualifying at 12:30 PM, and feature events set to go green at 2 PM.

Entry forms for the PASS Winter Meltdown at Dillon Motor Speedway can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com. The 2017 license forms for the PASS Super Late Models are also available at ProAllStarsSeries.com. Drivers purchasing licenses for the 2017 season will receive bonus points for each race they are pre-registered for and will also save money towards any events that they enter early.

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 Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

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

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
Early Entrants Abound for
Expanded PASS Winter Meltdown
at Dillon Motor Speedway
CHARLOTTE, NC (January 13) - With just three weeks left to go until the "Original" Winter Meltdown goes green, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model teams from across North America are beginning to make their final preparations. This year's fourth running of the early-season event looks to be the biggest yet as the Meltdown moves to its new home at Dillon Motor Speedway. Northern drivers have dominated the three previous runnings of the PASS Winter Meltdown with New Hampshire's Brad Leighton taking the checkered flag at New Smyrna Speedway in 2010 and Maine's Joey Doiron claiming the victory at Auburndale Speedway in 2013 and backing that up with a victory at Greenville last year.

Once again being on Super Bowl weekend, the PASS Winter Meltdown will be short track racing's first major points event of the year. The "Original" Meltdown will feature the 12th Annual South Carolina Clash for the PASS Super Late Models and will be bigger than ever before. The South Carolina Clash will now be 200 laps, paying $6,000 to win, and will give competitors the option to change two tires with 75 laps to go. The Winter Meltdown will also feature a 75 lap event for the Late Model Stocks paying $1500 to win and an event for the Pro 4s. The PASS Winter Meltdown will go green on Saturday afternoon, February 4 at 2 PM and will serve as the first race of 2017 for the PASS South Super Late Models and the PASS National Championship Series. Saturday's action will be preceded by an optional practice day for all divisions on Friday afternoon, February 3.

The first batch of PASS Super Late Models entries has been released and includes drivers from all over the United States. Tate Fogleman, the 2015 PASS South Super Late Model champion, scored his first series win last year at Hickory and will be joined by former South Carolina Clash winner and 2014 PASS South titlist, Tyler Church. Both North Carolina drivers will be seeking to become the first two-time series champion. New York youngster Christian Eckes will make his second trip to Dillon Motor Speedway for the Winter Meltdown. Eckes had several big, late season wins in 2016, including the Snowball Derby and Thanksgiving Classic at Southern National Motorsports Park in Super Late Models and the Myrtle Beach 400 in a Late Model Stock Car.

Teenager Kodie Conner from Kannapolis, NC will be back after an impressive rookie season in 2016 that saw him finish second at Dillon early in the season. Conner went on to follow that performance up by just missing out on the PASS South championship to Matt Craig. New England racers hope to continue their dominance in the Meltdown again this year and are well represented in the early entries. New Hampshire's Derek Griffith and Bryan Kruczek are both former winners in PASS North, while Jay, ME's Dave Farrington, Jr. will also be making his first start at Dillon as he looks to chase both the PASS National and PASS North series championships in 2017.

Third-generation racer Hayes Goodson, from nearby Darlington, is a former winner at Dillon in Late Models and Supertrucks and returns to his home track driving the iconic #16 his father, Hal, made famous, while Mike Speeney will make the move from Tour-type Modifieds over to PASS Super Late Models for his first start.

Action gets underway at Dillon Motor Speedway Speedway on Friday, February 3 with gates opening at 1 PM and rotating practice for the PASS Super Late Models, Late Models, and Pro 4s from 2 - 5 PM. On Saturday, February 4, gates will open at 8 AM, with rotating practice from 10 AM - Noon, qualifying at 12:30 PM, and feature events set to go green at 2 PM.

Entry forms for the PASS Winter Meltdown at Dillon Motor Speedway can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com. The 2017 license forms for the PASS Super Late Models are also available at ProAllStarsSeries.com. Drivers purchasing licenses for the 2017 season will receive bonus points for each race they are pre-registered for and will also save money towards any events that they enter early.

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 Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

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

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
 
"Road To The Oxford 250"

AUGUST 27th, 2017
Expanded "Road To The Oxford 250"
Returns For 4th Year in 2017
OXFORD, ME (December 24) - Oxford Plains Speedway owner and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry announced today the continuation of the "Road To The Oxford 250" program in 2017. Celebrating its fourth year in 2017, the groundbreaking "Road To The Oxford 250" concept will expand to give racers across the continent the chance to compete in short track asphalt racing's biggest event. As mentioned with the announcement of the Speedway 660 event over a month ago, competitors from Canada and the United States will have opportunity to race for guaranteed starting spots, while keeping the focus on the 250 throughout the season.

The 2016 Oxford 250 saw droves of race fans from across North America and over 60 Super Late Models make the annual August trek to Oxford Plains Speedway, making this one of the most successful editions of the venerable race in over a decade. Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of Pelham, NH, a winner of a "Road To The Oxford 250" qualifier in 2016, captured the checkered flag and took home nearly $30,000 for his winning efforts.

"This year's race was a great event and once again proved that the Oxford 250 is one of the premier events in all of short track racing," said Mayberry. "The 'Road To The Oxford 250' has grown every year since we first started it in 2014 and this year's will be the biggest yet. We will be able to keep the 250 in focus throughout the year and, while there will be several spots offered through the program, many of these will not have to be used since most of those competitors will advance through the famed heat races. The 'Road' will not reduce the number of starters that will be able to advance through qualifying."

The first event to be featured in the "Road To The Oxford 250" will be the PASS National Championship race at Orange County Speedway on March 25. The winner of the 10th Running Of The Orange Blossom Special will be the first driver with a guaranteed spot for the 250. The best Super Late Models in the North and South will come together at Orange County Speedway with the added bonus of making the prestigious race.

The "Road" then continues to a pair of international events in Canada in the late spring. PASS returns to Quebec at Autodrome Montmagny on May 21, with the top three finishers each from Canada and the United States advancing to the 250. Then, on June 3, PASS heads to the Canadian Maritimes for an event at Speedway 600 in New Brunswick. Like the Montmagny race, the top finishing drivers from Canada and the United States will advance to the 250, again this time three drivers will come from each country.

The final race as part of the "Road To The Oxford 250" will be a special non-points, PASS Open at Oxford Plains Speedway on July 2. The Independence Weekend race changes from 2016 in that it will not be limited to PASS "non-winners." In 2017, the PASS Open will be a way for any driver to get more seat time at Oxford Plains Speedway and have the chance to get locked into the 250. The top three finishers who have not won a PASS event in the last five year will be guaranteed a spot in the 250, while the top two finishers who have won a PASS event will also be granted a provisional if needed.

Additionally, the top licensed drivers in points from PASS North, PASS South, and the PASS National Championship Series, will have a provisional available, if needed, as long as they have attempted to qualify for every race in their chosen series. All drivers that will have guaranteed spots through the "Road To The Oxford 250" or via championship points provisionals have to compete in their heat races or in their consolation race, but will not have to compete in the last chance race if they have not already advanced. A full schedule of events and support divisions for the 44th Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway will be announced in the near future.

For media or marketing questions please contact Alan Dietz at alandietzpass@live.com or 704-231-2039. More details will be announced soon and can be found at oxfordplains.com and ProAllStarsSeries.com.
 
WINTER MELTDOWN - FEB. 4th, 2017
Winter Meltdown Entry Forms,
2017 PASS Registrations
Now Available Online;
South Dates Finalized
NAPLES, ME (December 19) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today that entry forms for the upcoming 4th Running of the Winter Meltdown at Dillon Motor Speedway are now available online HERE (LEFT COLUMN) at ProAllStarsSeries.com. The "original" Winter Meltdown featuring the 12th Annual South Carolina Clash will go green on Saturday afternoon, February 4 at 2 PM and will serve as the first race of 2017 for the PASS South Super Late Models and the PASS National Championship Series.

The PASS Winter Meltdown will be bigger than ever in 2017 featuring more laps, more money, and the chance for teams to employ pit strategy. The PASS Super Late Models will compete for 200 green flag laps, with $6,000 up for grabs for the winner and $700 to start. Teams will also have the option to pit at lap 125 for fuel and two new tires, but are not required to take tires before returning to the tricky egg-shaped speedway for the action-packed final 75 laps. Being on Super Bowl weekend, the PASS Winter Meltdown will be the first major points event of 2017 and will also feature a 75 lap event for the Dillon Motor Speedway Late Models, paying $1500 to win. The "original" Meltdown is also the first opportunity for teams looking to lockdown a potential national championship provisional for the 44th Annual Oxford 250 to be held in August at Oxford Plains Speedway.

PASS officials also announced that 2017 licenses are now available online at ProAllStarsSeries.com for the PASS Super Late Model and PASS Modified divisions. Drivers purchasing licenses for the 2017 season will receive bonus points for each race they are pre-registered for, are eligible for provisional starting spots, and will also save money towards any events that they enter early.

"The Winter Meltdown started a number of years ago, but we believe it truly has found a home at Dillon," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "In 2017 we will get an early start to the season at Dillon with the PASS Winter Meltdown, which looks to be bigger than ever before. All of our competitors and fans are excited to get started at Dillon next year and we can't wait to get it underway in February. It will be here before you know it, that's for sure."

The 2017 PASS South Super Late Model schedule has now been finalized with dates at Southern National Motorsports Park on July 15 and South Boston Speedway on August 12. With the latest date announced, along with the previously scheduled event set for March, PASS will be the exclusive sanctioning body for Super Late Model events at Southern National in 2017. While the PASS South schedule is complete, additional details will be announced in the coming weeks for the return of PASS to Quebec on May 21, plus other exciting news surrounding the 44th Annual Oxford 250.

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 Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

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

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
 
2017 PASS North MODS Series
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April 22 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
April 29 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, ME
May 20 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
June 3 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
June 18 - Speedway 95 - Hermon, ME
July 8 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, ME
July 30 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
Aug. 12 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
Aug. 25-27 - 44th Annual Oxford 250 - Oxford, ME
Sept. 17 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, ME
Sept. 23 - White Mountain Motorsports Park - N Woodstock, NH
Oct. 14 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
Dates Subject To Change
 
2017 PASS North SLM Schedule Highlighted By Return To Canada
 
Oxford Plains Speedway To Host 5 Events Including The 44th Annual Oxford 250, Paying $25,000 To Win On Sunday, August 27

PASS North Season Opener To Be Part Of Prestigious Icebreaker Weekend At Thompson Speedway In April

PASS Returns To Quebec On May 21 and New Brunswick On June 3 with Oxford 250 Spots Up For Grabs
 
NAPLES, ME (December 8) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today the release of the 2017 schedule for the PASS North Super Late Models. The Northeast's top short trackers will once again compete at some of the best speedways in New England and Canada, highlighted by the 44th Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. The season will begin for the second year in a row at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Connecticut as part of the Icebreaker weekend on April 1-2. After a year hiatus, PASS will return to Canada in 2017 with events in the provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick. The PASS North Super Late Models will compete on 10 different speedways in 4 states and 2 Canadian provinces in 2017.

"We believe this is our strongest schedule yet for the PASS North Super Late Models," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "This year we will celebrate our 17th year of sanctioning races and we're very glad to be able to return to Canada in 2017. Our fans to the north are some of the most passionate in all of racing. The Oxford 250 has found a home with its August date and has solidified its place as one of short track racing's biggest events and we're glad to continue that this coming year."

The 44th Annual Oxford 250 looks to continue as one of the crown jewel events in short track racing with racers from all across North America expected to compete for $25,000 to win, plus guaranteed lap leader money on August 25-27. The 250 will again cap off a full weekend of short track racing action on the famed Oxford Plains Speedway in what many dub Maine's premier sporting event annually. And for the first time ever, the PASS National Champion will be crowned at the conclusion of the 250.

A final tune-up to the Oxford 250 will take place on Sunday, July 30 at Oxford Plains Speedway. In addition, Oxford Plains Speedway will once again host the PASS North Super Late Models on Saturday, April 22 and will crown the PASS North titlist with the season finale on Saturday, October 14.

Following a successful debut last year, PASS will again sanction a special Independence Day weekend show at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, July 2. This event will be a non-points event, featuring PASS "non-winners." The top three finishers will be given guaranteed starting spots for the 44th Annual Oxford 250. This year, Wayne Helliwell, Jr. won the PASS "non-winners" race before going on to capture the checkered flag in the Oxford 250.

In 2017, PASS North returns to Canada for two major events. On Sunday, May 21, PASS makes its way back to Quebec for an event at Autodrome Montmagny. And for the first time since 2014, the PASS North Super Late Models will be at Speedway 660 in New Brunswick for an Oxford 250 qualifier on Saturday, June 3. The top three teams from the United States and the top three teams from Canada will each receive guaranteed starting spots for the Oxford 250.

Maine's Beech Ridge Motor Speedway will host the PASS North Super Late Models three times in 2017 on Saturday, April 29, Saturday, July 8, and on Sunday, September 17. The PASS 300 in April will be one of six PASS National Championship events that were announced earlier this month.

Speedway 95 in Hermon, ME returns to the PASS North schedule for a fourth consecutive year with a 150 lap event slated for Sunday, June 18.

PASS will make its first of five trips in 2017 to the state of New Hampshire on Saturday, May 6 at Star Speedway. There will also be a special Thursday night event at Star Speedway on July 13. PASS will make its only trip to White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, September 23. The series will also be in the Granite State on Friday, June 23 for an event at Lee USA Speedway and then again on Friday, August 11.

The Super Late Models of PASS will compete again for the third straight year at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Vermont on Sunday, May 28. The PASS North Super Late Models will race for 150 laps and the Thunder Road Late Models will join them for the Mekkelsen Memorial Day Classic 100.

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 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com.

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

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
 
2017 PASS North Super Late Model Series
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April 2 - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park - Thompson, CT
April 22 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
April 29 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, ME
May 6 - Star Speedway - Epping, NH
May 21 - Autodrome Montmagny - Montmagny, QC
May 28 - Thunder Road International - Speedbowl Barre, VT
June 3 - Speedway 660 - Geary, NB
June 18 - Speedway 95 - Hermon, ME
June 23 - Lee USA Speedway - Lee, NH
*July 2 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME (*non-points)
July 8 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, ME
July 13 - Star Speedway - Epping, NH
July 30 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
Aug. 4 - Lee USA Speedway - Lee, NH
Aug. 25-27 - 44th Annual Oxford 250 - Oxford, ME
Sept. 17 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Scarborough, ME
Sept. 23 - White Mountain Motorsports Park - N Woodstock, NH
Oct. 14 - Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME
Dates Subject To Change
 

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

44th Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway to pay PASS Super Late Model winner $25,000, plus $25,000 in guaranteed lap leader money


Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Continues Tradition as Spring's Premier Super Late Model Event

Dillon, Orange County, Thompson, And Beech Ridge Fill Out Remainder Of Championship Schedule


NAPLES, ME (November 29) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials have released the six dates and locations that will make up the 10th Annual PASS National Championship Series. The schedule is comprised of six premier Super Late Model events in both PASS North and PASS South that will determine an overall PASS National Champion. The PASS National Championship Series will see the champion crowned for the first time ever at the prestigious 44th Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in August. And, the PASS National Championship Series will return to North Carolina's Orange County Speedway next March for the first time since 2014.

Since 2008, some of the best short track racers in North America have captured the PASS National Championship including Cassius Clark, Ben Rowe, Preston Peltier, Jay Fogleman, and Joey Doiron. While awards are currently still being finalized, the champion will once again receive a one-of-a-kind championship trophy featuring the American Bald Eagle. Additional awards will be announced at a later date.

"Ten years ago, with our presence across the Eastern Seaboard and Canada, we felt the time was right to crown Super Late Model racing's true National champion," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "We're very happy to be able to announce the PASS National Championship schedule for 2017 at such an early date. These events exemplify what's great about short track racing and we feel each of them will attract the best Super Late Model drivers from across the continent. We're also very happy to crown the 2017 PASS National Champion at the 44th Annual Oxford 250 for the first time in history. It's just another layer added to make this great race even better."

The PASS National Championship Series, along with the 2017 PASS South championship season, gets underway in just over two months with the Winter Meltdown at the South Carolina Clash at Dillon Motor Speedway in South Carolina on February 4. Fittingly on Super Bowl weekend, fans will get to see drivers from across the spectrum of short track racing as the PASS Super Late Models will race for 200 laps and $6,000 to win, plus a major event for the Dillon Motor Speedway Late Models as part of the Winter Meltdown at the South Carolina Clash.

From Dillon Motor Speedway in February, it is back to one of the most traditional stops in the south as PASS returns to Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, NC for the first time since 2014. The 10th Running of the Orange Blossom Special on March 25 will see the PASS tour tackle the high banks for 150 laps. Orange County Speedway has been made famous for featuring three wide racing on its ultra-high banks.

Race three of the 2017 PASS National Championship Series will be the first of the year in New England and will be contested at one of the fastest tracks in the country. The PASS Super Late Models will compete for 75 laps at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Connecticut as part of the annual Icebreaker weekend April 1-2, along with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. PASS made a success return to Thompson Speedway last year in an event won by Garrett Hall. The Icebreaker will also once again double as the PASS North Super Late Model championship season opener.

The PASS National Championship Series will then head back south to the legendary Hickory Motor Speedway in North Carolina on April 15. The 12th Annual Easter Bunny 150 will continue in 2017 as one of short track racing's biggest events of the Spring. Since veteran Mike Rowe won the first Easter Bunny 150 back in 2006 to Ben Rowe winning the most recent edition last year, Hickory Motor Speedway's hallowed victory lane has been cherished by every Super Late Model driver that has followed in his their tire tracks.

Next up, the PASS National Championship Series will conclude a busy month of April at the Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, ME. The Beech Ridge 300 on April 29 is always a favorite for both fans and competitors and this year's contest will be no different.

The final race on the 2017 PASS National Championship Series will be at perhaps the most legendary of all short track races. The 44th Annual Oxford 250 at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway on August 27 will continue a tradition that started in 1974 and has seen such winners as Butch Lindley, Geoff Bodine, Junior Hanley, Ricky Craven, Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch. And, with one of the richest purses in all of Super Late Model racing, the Oxford 250 should once again attract North America's best drivers, all competing for the $25,000 winner's share. This year winner, Pelham, NH's Wayne Helliwell, Jr., bested over 60 other drivers to claim nearly $30,000 for his first win in the prestigious race.

The 2017 PASS North Super Late Model schedule will be announced in the next 7-10 days awaiting the confirmation of dates from two tracks. The final date for the PASS South Super Late Model schedule will also be announced in the coming days.

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

For technical information on the PASS National Championship Series please contact Charlie Rockwell after 5 PM at 802-754-2822.

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

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2017 PASS National SLM Championship Series

February 4 - Winter Meltdown - Dillon Motor Speedway - 200 laps

March 25 - Orange Blossom Special - Orange County Speedway - 150 laps

April 1-2 - The Icebreaker - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park - 75 laps

April 15 - Easter Bunny 150 - Hickory Motor Speedway - 150 laps

April 29 - Beech Ridge 300 - Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - 300 laps

August 27 - Oxford 250 - Oxford Plains Speedway - 250 laps

Dates Subject To Change
 
PASS North 2016 Banquet
Friday, November 18
Hilton Garden Inn
Auburn, Maine
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PASS NORTH SLM 2016 CHAMPION
DJ SHAW
 
PASS MODS 2016 CHAMPION
RYAN ROBBINS
 
PASS NATIONAL SLM 2016 CHAMPION
BEN ROWE
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2016 BANQUET PHOTO PAGE HERE
 
THURS.-SAT., NOVEMBER 3, 4, & 5
MASON-DIXON MELTDOWN 125
2016 PASS SOUTH SLM CHAMPION: MATT CRAIG #54
2016 PASS NATIONAL CHAMPION: BEN ROWE #4
   
TOP THREE: IRVAN - SARGEANT - PELTIER
MELTDOWN WINNER - DALTON SARGEANT #55
Photos by Laura
 LWpictures.com
PASS SLMs at CONCORD SPEEDWAY
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 11-5-16
1) 55 - Dalton Sargeant - 125 Laps
2) 33 - Preston Peltiert - 125
3) 28x - Jared Irvan - 125
4) 74 - Ryan Mooret - 125
5) 15x - Clay Rogerst - 125
6) 54 - Matt Craigt - 125
7) 25 - Josh Berryt - 125
8) 15 - Christian Eckest - 125
9) 02 - Jake Crumt - 125
10) 12 - Trey Jarrellt - 125
11) 7 - Dave Farrinton Jr.t - 125
12) 83 - Joey Padgettt - 125
13) 09 - Jeremy Davist - 125
14) 45 - Kodie Connert - 125
15) 4n - Ben Rowet - 125
16) 4s - Trevor Sanbornt - 124
17) 27 - Lee Tissot - 124
18) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 124
19) 16m - Vinnie Miller - 124
20) 28 - Terry Horak - 121
21) 13 - Wes Burton - 113
22) 29 - Spencer Davis - 110
23) 76 - Jake Spillars - 102
24) 22 - Trevor Noles - 78
25) 53 - Jerry White - 77
26) 24j - JP Josiasse - 53
27) 59 - Dustin Dunn - 5
| Entries - NSS - 11-5-16 |
Sargeant Claims Meltdown
at Concord Speedway;
Rowe, Craig Win PASS Titles
MIDLAND, NC (November 5) - Dalton Sargeant held off Preston Peltier in a near photo finish to claim his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win Saturday afternoon in the Mason-Dixon Meltdown as part of the North-South Shootout at Concord Speedway. Maine's Ben Rowe also celebrated his fourth career PASS National Championship, while Matt Craig edged out Kodie Conner for the PASS South Super Late Model title.

"First off, I really want to thank Preston [Peltier] for driving me as clean as he did, I really respect that," said Sargeant in victory lane. "I think we had a little bit better drive off the corner than he did, but it's just amazing to get this win as part of the PASS North-South Shootout. I've got to thank my guys for all the hard work they've put in all year long."

In qualifying, Jared Irvan blistered the half-mile triangle for his fourth career PASS South quick qualifying lap with a time of 15.822 seconds (113.766 MPH). After the top 10 qualifiers redraw, Irvan would slot into the third starting position, while Clay Rogers and Sargeant would move up to the front row.

PASS South points leader Kodie Conner would have an uphill slog racing for the championship as he would start 21st and second place points driver Matt Craig would start fifth. For Ben Rowe, he secured the PASS National Championship by merely starting the race.

Rogers led the field at the drop of the green flag, but was quickly overtaken by Irvan on lap five as they raced through the dogleg. The big mover early on was the winner at Concord in May, Ryan Moore. After starting 12th, Moore moved by Tate Fogleman for 10th on lap 15 and was making his way up towards the leaders.

The first caution of the afternoon waved on lap 34 for a solo spin by Terry Horak in turn three. Just two laps later, Horak would again spin, along with Ontario's JP Josiasse, in turn three. Irvan continued to lead, now over Sargeant, who moved by Rogers for second. The caution would wave again on lap 50 for the third time during the race as Wes Burton spun down the frontstretch.

After struggling on several restarts due to a broken shifter, Peltier made his way up to third as Sargeant began closing in on Irvan for the lead. The final caution of the afternoon would wave with 45 laps to go when former Meltdown winner Trevor Noles spun in turn three.

On the restart, Sargeant got a slightly better start than Irvan and was able to use the advantage to take the lead. As Irvan continued to struggle with the handling on his Chevrolet, Peltier moved by to take second and set his sights on Sargeant for the lead with 30 laps to go. Both drivers masterfully worked through slower traffic, but Sargeant was able to maintain just a one car length advantage over Peltier.

Peltier made one final run at Sargeant on the last lap, but the Boca Raton, FL driver held the advantage at the finish for his first career PASS South Super Late Model win. Irvan finished third, with Moore in fourth and Rogers in fifth. Rounding out the top 10 were Craig, Josh Berry, Christian Eckes, Jake Crum, and Trey Jarrell.

With his sixth place finish, Craig was able to overtake Conner to become the PASS South Super Late Model titlist by just 12 points.

"All week I just put in my mind that it wasn't a big deal, but every day I got more and more nervous and this morning was pretty rough," said a relieved Craig afterward. "A lot of good guys have come through this series and a lot of the tracks are tough and prove yourself as a racer and I'm very proud to be the PASS South champion."

For Rowe having only to start the race, his championship run might have been a bit anti-climactic. But for him and his team, a chance to call himself the nation's only true national champion is an honor he truly relishes.

"You know we all start off the beginning of the year with the goal to be the PASS National Champion and luckily we were able to do it again this year," said Rowe. "We really enjoy coming down to race with the southern guys, but we were just a little bit off today. My guys did a great job all year long and we're looking forward to celebrating some more when we get back to Maine."

While the 2016 season is in the books, next year is just around the corner. The first race for both the PASS National Championship and PASS South will be on Saturday, February 4, 2017, with return of the Winter Meltdown featuring the South Carolina Clash at Dillon Motor Speedway.

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

Dillon Motor Speedway To Host Winter Meltdown Featuring The South Carolina Clash In February


Southern National Motorsports Park And Orange County Speedway Return To Schedule

Hickory Motor Speedway To Host Easter Bunny 150 For 12th Straight Season


CHARLOTTE, NC (September 15) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today the release of the 2017 schedule for the PASS South Super Late Models. The South's original and longest running Super Late Model series will be highlighted in 2017 by the return to two of the series original tracks with events at Southern National Motorsports Park and Orange County Speedway. With 10 dates confirmed, the PASS South Super Late Models will compete on at least six different venues over the course of the 2017 season.

"As always we work very hard for our fans and competitors to get the southern schedule out as early as possible," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "We realize everyone is busy and have again worked very hard to avoid any conflicts with other series or track schedules. We believe this schedule should work well for our racers next year. We're also very appreciative for all of our enthusiastic track owners and operators for their cooperation to help make this happen. All in all, we've got a great group of tracks returning to the schedule next year and are excited for the possibilities."

The 2017 season will start once again on Super Bowl weekend, February 3-4, at Dillon Motor Speedway with the return of the Winter Meltdown and an expansion of the annual South Carolina Clash. The Winter Meltdown will also be the first event of the 2017 PASS National Championship Series.

The PASS South Super Late Models will then move to the Tarheel State for race number two of the 2017 season on Saturday, March 4 as they return to Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, NC. PASS will be the exclusive Super Late Model series at Southern National in 2017 and will be joined by a major support division for this event.

Just three weeks later, PASS heads to another North Carolina favorite as the series returns to Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, NC for the first of two visits in 2017. The 10th Orange Blossom Special will go green on Saturday, March 25 and then the series will return for the penultimate race of the season on Saturday, October 21.

Hickory Motor Speedway, the longest tenured facility on the PASS South circuit dating back to 2006, will once again hold the biggest and most traditional Super Late Model race in the Carolinas. The 12th Annual Easter Bunny 150 will bring some of the best racers in North America together again on Saturday, April 15. The Easter Bunny 150 expects to attract some of the top short track racers in the country for one of the most sought after trophies in the sport. PASS will also return to Hickory for its traditional Fall date on Saturday night, September 23.

In May, the series will move to the two biggest tracks on the 2017 schedule. Caraway Speedway near Asheboro, NC will host a special Friday night event on May 4. PASS will then expand its relationship with Concord Speedway near Charlotte by again hosting the Old Glory Weekend on May 26-27 as part of the big Memorial Day festivities in the Charlotte area. The famed triangular half-mile, known for its legendary Big 10 Series, will see the PASS South Super Late Models race on Saturday night, May 27.

PASS will close out the 2017 season by crowning the series champion at the 15th Annual North-South Shootout. Final confirmation for July 15 and any other additional dates will be released by November 1. Additional information on support divisions will be announced in the near future.

Look for the release of the 2017 schedule for the PASS North Super Late Models and the remainder of the PASS National Championship Series dates to be released in the near future.

And, don't forget, the biggest short track race on asphalt, the 44th Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine will take place August 25-27, 2017, paying $25,000 to the winner plus additional lap leader bonus money. Wayne Helliwell, Jr., the 2016 Oxford 250 winner, took home nearly $30,000 for his triumph in this year's event.

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 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway. For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. Please visit ProAllStarsSeries.com for more information. 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.

2017 PASS South Super Late Model Schedule

February 4 - Dillon Motor Speedway - Dillon, SC

March 4 - Southern National Motorsports Park - Lucama, NC

March 25 - Orange County Speedway - Rougemont, NC

April 15 - Hickory Motor Speedway - Hickory, NC

May 5 - Caraway Speedway - Sophia, NC

May 26-27 - Concord Speedway - Midland, NC

July 15 - Southern National Motorsports Park - Lucama, NC

August 12 - South Boston Speedway, South Boston, VA

September 23 - Hickory Motor Speedway - Hickory, NC

October 21 - Orange County Speedway - Rougemont, NC

November 3-4 - North-South Shootout - TBA

Dates Subject To Change
Additional Dates Could Be Added
 
SATURDAY, OCT. 15th
2016 PASS NORTH SLM CHAMPION: DJ SHAW #60 
 
2016 PASS MODS CHAMPION: RYAN ROBBINS #36 
     
 
 
 
 
 
Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by Lindsay Ellison
PASS SLMs at OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 10-15-16
1) 7L - Glen Luce - 150 Laps
2) 7 - Travis Benjamin - 150
3) 73 - Joey Doiron - 150
4) 4n - Ben Rowe - 150
5) 84 - Scott Mulkern - 150
6) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
7) 53x - Cole Butcher - 150
8) 12g - Derek Griffith - 150
9) 23 - Dave Farrington - 150
10) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
11) 61 - TJ Brackett - 150
12) 73M - Adam Polvinen - 150
13) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 150
14) 03 - Joe Squeglia - 150
15) 88 - Jeff Taylor - 149
16) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 149
17) 40 - Dan McKeage - 149
18) 36 - Scott Robbins - 149
19) 46 - Dennis Spencer - 149
20) 41 - Tracy Gordon - 149
21) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 149
22) 22 - Scott Farrington - 149
23) 13 - Cassius Clark - 149
24) 16me - Travis Stearns - 148
25) 24 - Mike Rowe -148
26) 60b - Tim Brackett - 148
27) 81 - Dan Winter - 147
28) 28 - Kirk Thibeau - 147
29) 9 - Alan Tardiff - 147
30) 72 - Chris Coolidge -146
31) 25 - Shawn Knight - 146
32) 51 - John Peters -144
33) 0 - Shawn Turple -140
34) 50 - Jeff White - 138
35) 75 - Gary Smith - 134
36) 21 - David Oliver - 121
37) 20 - Mike Landry - 97
38) 48 - Bobby Timmons - 91
39) 53w - Alan Wilson - 82
40) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 73
| SLM Entries - OPS - 10-15-16 |
Glen Luce wins PASS Super Late
Model finale, DJ Shaw wraps up
North SLM Series Championship

Ryan Robbins wins PASS Modified
Race and Title

Street Stock Open Win for Calvin Rose, Jr. 
Oxford, Maine - Glen Luce of Turner earned a trip to victory lane the hard way, driving from 29th starting position to victory lane Saturday on Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model Championship Day at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Luce ran afoul of tech inspectors after a heat race and was forced to the consolation rounds, where he charged from the back of the field to finish fifth. He made most of his progress during a 100-plus lap green flag stretch in the remarkably-competitive race.

Luce took the lead away from Travis Benjamin, the HP Hood Oxford 250 runner-up this year, after Benjamin looked like the man to beat. Benjamin had started from 11th position, and it took quite awhile for the 7 to chase down nine-time track champion Jeff Taylor of Farmington, clearly the dominant force as the race first unfolded.

Taylor, racing rarely these days, last visited Super Late Model victory lane at this event last season. Back-to-back triumphs were not to be for the track's most prolific top-class kingpin. Benjamin was again the runner-up, following his HP Hood Oxford 250 finish in that same position. Berwick's Joey Doiron, who swapped the early race lead with Taylor, claimed a third-place finish.

Four-time series champion Ben Rowe of Turner picked up a fourth-place finish after a slam-bang battle for the spot on the final lap with Taylor, who failed to complete the final circuit. Local racing legend Scott 'Kernal' Mulkern of Falmouth made a rare appearance in the cockpit and claimed an impressive top-five finish.

Mulkern finished one spot in front of a car that he is an associate sponsor on, the Precision JLM 60 driven by DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire. Shaw's sixth-place finish was enough to win a second Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model championship. Shaw succeeds Hall of Famer Mike Rowe as Pro All Stars Series champion. Shaw was the titlist in the year prior to Rowe's title.

Cole Butcher of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, the 2016 Parts For Trucks Maritime Pro Stock Tour champion, raced with the frontrunners all afternoon and was seventh underneath the checkered flag. Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire; Dave Farrington of Jay and six-time series champion Johnny Clark, of Farmingdale rounded out the top ten.

Ryan Robbins of Dixfield climbed past seven-time and reigning PASS Modified Champion Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire in the championship standings, claiming both the 40-lap feature race and 2016 championship with an impressive victory.

Starting tenth, Robbins avoided a first-lap incident that cost Shaw valuable track position, then methodically worked his way to victory lane, netting the series title in the process after entering the afternoon with a four-point deficit.

Ben Tinker earned runner-up honors in the race, and a third-place ranking for his first PASS Modified campaign. Bruce Helmuth of Wales led the first part of the race and racked up yet another podium finish, crossing the finish line in third position. Ron Henry of New Gloucester was fourth, followed by Jariet Harrison of Freeport.

Newly-crowned Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock division champion Calvin Rose, Jr. of Turner prevailed in a special, 75-lap Open Competition Street Stock Special. Rose inherited the lead when his closest rival for the 2016 track title, Matt Dufault of Turner, encountered problems after leading the early stages of the race by a large margin.

Rose went on to outrun West Poland's David Whittier to the checkered flag, with Zach Emerson of Sabattus claiming yet another third-place trophy this year. Jordan Russell of Norway had one of his best runs against the stout field, finishing fourth. Richard Spaulding of Lisbon rounded out the top five.

Geoff Rollins of Groton, Massachusetts led the early stages of the 75-lap Street Stock Open en route to a sixth-place finish. Super Late Model regular Kyle Treadwell of Buckfield was seventh in the Ryan Hewins 5. Nathan Leavitt of Buxton, Jonathan Emerson of Sabattus and Andrew Breton of Sabattus rounded out the top ten.

Ryan Kuhn of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts won the 25-lap Legends Cars main event by a healthy margin over 14-year-old Austin Teras, the division's top winner and points champion for 2016 at Oxford Plains Speedway. Windham's Charlie Buxton claimed the third-place trophy. Hiram's Roger Edgecomb was fourth under the checkered flag, followed by Casey Call of Pembroke, New Hampshire.

Cody Childs of Auburn dominated the action in the 40-lap race for Runnin' Rebel division competitors, but it was a wildly-entertaining event behind the winner. Matthew Mahar of Buckfield earned runner-up honors in front of an ultra-competitive Gerard Cote of Oxford.

Oxford Plains Speedway is located on State Route 26 at 877 Main Street in Oxford, Maine. For more information visit oxfordplains.com or call (207) 539-8865.
Photos by
Norm Marx
Pro All Stars Series Modified (40 laps) 1 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 2 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester; 3 25 Bruce Helmuth, Wales; 4 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester; 5 85 Jariet Harison, Freeport; 6 17 Austin Teras, Gray; 7 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 8 64 Matty Sanborn, Westbrook; 9 33 Steve Jones, Saco; 10 15 Patrick Sullivan, Poland; 11 05x Dennis Scribner, Otisfield; 12 34 David Vaughn, Naples; 13 44 David Grysk, Standish; 14 28 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Albany, NH; 15 00 Geoff Rollins, Groton, MA.
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Choice Hotels International Returns as
Official PASS Hotel Partner

Pro All Stars Series (PASS) president Tom Mayberry is pleased to welcome back Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH) as the Official Hotel Partner of the Pro All Stars Series in 2014.

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

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

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

In making the announcement Mayberry said, "Many of our race teams, fans and friends of the series took advantage of our partnership with Choice Hotels International in 2008 and 2009. We all know that travel expenses are a big chunk of any race team or race fans' budget, and the PASS discount really adds up over the course of the racing season. We're especially pleased with our association with Choice Hotels because it extends well beyond race teams on race day. Our racers, their fans, friends, and family can all take advantage of the Choice Hotels discount for both business and pleasure travel. It's a winning proposition for us all, and we appreciate Choice Hotel International's continued support."

"Our hope with this 2010 partnership provides PASS Racing and its members with the convenience and affordability of the more than 4,500 properties in the Choice Hotels domestic system," said Karen Krupka, manager, sports marketing, Choice Hotels. "We look forward to continuing and growing the partnership."

To take advantage of the PASS/Choice Hotels discount program,
BOOK YOUR ROOMS HERE
About Choice Hotels

Choice Hotels International franchises more than 6,000 hotels, representing more than 455,000 rooms, in the United States and 38 countries and territories. The company's Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn brands serve guests worldwide.

Additional corporate information may be found on Choice Hotels Internet site, which may be accessed at choicehotels.com.

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

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