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| Tech Bulletins | Tech Contacts: North: Charlie Rockwell - 802-754-2822 after 5 PM. South: Kyler Honeycut at 704-791-6115.

2014 PASS MASTER SCHEDULE
with 2014 Schedules for North SLM,
South SLM, South PLM, NELMS,
PASS MODS, & Sportsman

 2014 POINTS HERE

2014 LICENSED DRIVERS HERE

PASS 2001-2014 RESULTS

Series Contact: Tommy Mayberry, President
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PASS 2015 NEWS
 
PASS SOUTH Adds Kingsport;
Teams With KOMA Modifieds
At Concord, Kingsport HERE
 
Airborne & Chaudiere
Will Host ACT/PASS Doubleheaders
in 2015 HERE
 
PASS Coming to
Thunder Road
in 2015 HERE
 
ACT and PASS
Reach Agreement
for 2015 HERE
 
2015 PASS South
Super Late Model

Schedule HERE
 
2015 PASS South
Pro Late Model

Schedule HERE
 
2015 Date Announced
For 42nd Annual
Oxford 250 HERE
2014 Entry Forms, Entry Lists,
 & Event Schedules

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2014 Licenses

| LISTING of 2014 LICENSED DRIVERS |
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| 2014 Super Late Model License Form |

| 2014 PASS MODS License Form |

| 2014 PASS Sportsman License Form |

| 2014 South Pro Late Model License Form |
All Super Late Model Teams
North and South Please Note:
SUPER LATE MODEL RULES
10.4 Wheelbase, Tread Width, Frame Height
a. Minimum wheelbase is 102” on either side. The left side wheelbase must be +/- 1” of right side. Maximum wheelbase is 108”
b. Maximum tread width front and rear is 66”.
c. Absolute minimum height of frame and cross members is 3” from ground before, during and after each race event with driver. No lifting allowed. The driver is to remain in the car until ride height is done or authorized by tech. Rear spoiler height maximum must be maintained before, during and after each event. 

Home of the 42nd ANNUAL


2015 Date Announced For
42nd Annual Oxford 250
OXFORD, ME (August 27) – Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry announced today that the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 will move to a new date starting in 2015. The richest single day short track racing event in North America will now be contested August 28-30, 2015. The Oxford 250 will once again be a Pro All Stars Series (PASS) sanctioned, “open” Super Late Model event, with qualifying heat races and feature racing for the PASS Super Late Models on August 30 to continue the single day tradition the race has become famous for.

Oxford Plains Speedway officials felt that the move to August was needed to accommodate fans who might want to also attend events scheduled for next July at nearby New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

“By announcing the move of the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 to August 30, 2015, we feel this will give ample time to our fans who are looking to plan their summer vacations around this prestigious event,” said Mayberry. “The Oxford 250 is arguably the biggest event in short track racing and we look forward to seeing everyone next August.”

A full schedule of events and support divisions for the 42nd 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.

PASS Series Crate Motor Tech Notice


 NEW SLM Rules Effective 7/1/14


Note: SLM Left side weight will remain
57% for the remainder of the 2014 season.


The rules for the 604 crate motor have been updated.

The updates for this motor package will make the weights and all other rules applying to these motors the same for the PASS North Super Late Model Series and the PASS South Super Late Model Series.

The updated rules for this motor package will go into effect on July 1st, 2014

PASS South Super Late Model
Testing Policy

The PASS South Super Late Models Series cut off day to test for an event is 7 full days before the event which means if the race is on a Saturday the last day a team can test without being penalized is the Friday of the week prior to the event. The only exception to this rule is if there is an open practice that is approved by the Pro All Stars Series and open to all competitors. If a team tests within 7 days of the event that team will only receive one lap in time trials and if they qualify they will start at the rear of the field for the main event. Teams will also forfeit 25 points for testing within 7 days of the event. Any driver, crew member, car owner, or crew chief from another team that is in the pits when another team is testing will also be penalized in the same way as the team that tests.

PASS South Pro Late Model
Testing Policy

The PASS South Pro Late Model Series testing policy is now 15 full days before an event the only exception to this rule is if there is an open practice that is open to all competitors and approved by the Pro All Stars Series. If a team tests within 15 days of the event that team will only receive one lap in time trials and if they qualify they will start at the rear of the field for the main event. Teams will also forfeit 25 points for testing within 15 days of the event. Any driver, crew member, car owner, or crew chief from another team that is in the pits when another team is testing will also be penalized in the same way as the team that tests. The PASS South Pro Late Model Series is a Series that is design to be economical and a division for driver’s to learn in, it is not meant for teams that want to do excessive testing prior to an event.
CHARLIE ROCKWELL NAMED
NEW CHIEF TECHNICAL

INSPECTOR FOR 2014
PASS NORTH SERIES RACES
PASS President, Tom Mayberry has announced that Charlie Rockwell will be taking over Chief Technical Inspector job for the PASS North Series in 2014. Rockwell will be taking over the position from long time inspector, Scott Reed whom is pursuing other interests. Rockwell will be taking over the job immediately, handling all technical questions from racers throughout the off-season.

Rockwell hails from Orleans, Vermont where he is a quality control inspector for the Ethan Allen Company. He resides with his wife Jamie, and young daughter, Marina. Rockwell has been involved in racing for numerous years, first working on race cars, then stepping behind the wheel for several years driving everything from Enduro cars to Late Models. In 2011, the heavy underdog qualified for the Oxford 250, putting a check mark on one of his bucket list items.

In 2010, Charlie and his wife Jamie took over as the Tech team at Canaan Fair Speedway where the team developed into one of the most respected in the business. His vast knowledge of everything from four cylinders, to Late Models, Super Late Models, as well as Modifieds made him a leading candidate for the job. Jamie Rockwell will also be joining the team as she will work side by side with her husband in the tech area.

“I am really excited to have Charlie and Jamie on board with us, stated Tom Mayberry, they are first class all the way, and will fit in nicely in our organization. Charlie’s knowledge of numerous types of racecars is important for us, and he and his wife Jamie, both have tremendous people skills. Losing Scotty left us with a big void, as his vast knowledge and tremendous work ethic will definitely be missed, but we feel that the Rockwell’s will be good replacements as we head into the future.”

The 2014 PASS North schedule will be released in the very near future.

For for technical questions for the PASS North Series, contact Charlie & Jamie Rockwell at 802-754-2822 after 5 PM.

If anyone needs technical support for the PASS South Series they may contact Kyler Honeycutt at
704-791-6115.

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Get the inside story about PASS
Get the inside story about the Pro All Stars Series with hosts Alan Dietz and Dennis Michelsen as they bring you the latest news from the most competitive Super Late Model series in the country.

THIS WEEK (11/19):
Inside PASS wraps up the 2014 season Wednesday night as Dennis Michelsen and Alan Dietz break down the 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown with first time winner Trevor Noles. Plus, we'll catch up with PASS South Super Late Model Champion, Tyler Church, and 3-Time PASS National Champion, Ben Rowe. And, we'll update more schedule news heading into the off season.
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Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Launches
Job Weld Done Giveaway HERE



Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Launches
all NEW Miller Owners Club  HERE

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Contact CV Products, the PASS South exclusive trackside parts supplier, today at 1-800-448-1223 to place your parts order to be delivered directly to the track.
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PASS ARCHIVES 2001-11 HERE

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PASS HOOSIER ANNOUNCEMENT
The Pro All Stars Series will be running on Hoosier tires in the North and the South in all divisions in 2012. 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.

TRANSPONDER REMINDER!
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.


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Miller Electric Mfg. Co. Launches all NEW Miller Owners Club
Free club offers exclusive access to welding tips, product previews and projects catered to individuals’ interests and products owned.
CAPPLETON, Wis. - Created for welders who are passionate about what they do, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. introduces the “Miller Owners Club,” which provides a personalized experience when visiting the website at Owners.MillerWelds.com. Since membership is limited to Miller equipment owners, members have exclusive access to product previews, welding tips and project ideas that support a welder’s ability to do great work.

“The Miller Owners Club individualizes the experience for the welder,” says John Swartz, Marketing Manager for Miller Electric Mfg. Co. “While we offer an extensive amount of information on MillerWelds.com, this Club provides the videos, tips and other how-to information unique to the products you own and use, for the projects you're most passionate about.”

Upon registering, members will be asked to complete a profile, providing information specific to the individual’s welding equipment, applications and interests — the more details received the more personalized experience Miller can give the member.

Upon joining, each member will enjoy the benefits the Miller Owners Club has to offer including:

Product previews
News and special events
How-to info and welding tips based on products the member owns
Exclusive merchandise offerings available only to members
Project ideas
Special offers including a free set of Miller decals with sign up – while supplies last

Interested Miller equipment owners are encouraged to sign up now at Owners.MillerWelds.com.
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Series Contact:  Tommy Mayberry, Pres.
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(207) 693-6497
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email: passracing@roadrunner.com

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Sunoco Signs
Multi-Year Agreement
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.”
 
BANQUET NOTICE

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015
HILTON GARDEN INN
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AUBURN, MAINE
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SOCIAL HOUR:  6 – 7 PM

DINNER:  7 – 8 PM

AWARDS:  8 – 9 PM

DANCING TO DJ:  9 – 11 PM

BANQUET TICKETS: $40 PER PERSON
Tickets must be ordered and paid for by January 10, 2015
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2015
PASS SOUTH
SCHEDULE
UPDATES
PASS SOUTH Adds Date At Kingsport;
Teams With KOMA Modifieds At Concord, Kingsport
CHARLOTTE, NC (November 17) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials have added a new race date to the 2015 PASS South Super Late Model schedule at Kingsport Speedway in Tennessee and new details concerning the May race date at Concord Speedway in North Carolina. Additionally, PASS will partner for the first time with the KOMA Unwind Modified Madness Series to feature both premier tours at the events at Kingsport and Concord.

"We're very excited to announce the addition to Kingsport to our schedule and are very glad the KOMA Unwind Modifieds will be joining us there and at Concord," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "Our new partnership with the KOMA Unwind Modified Tour will allow us to present two mega-events to our fans that will feature the best Super Late Model and Modifed racers in short track racing."

The PASS South Super Late Models and KOMA Unwind Modifieds will first partner on Friday night, May 8, 2015, to help celebrate the 50th Anniversary season at Kingsport Speedway. The event will revitalize the "Daniel Boone Classic" held originally at Newport Speedway in the late 2000's. This will be the first event for both series at the 3/8 mile speedway which will present a unique challenge as the only concrete track on their schedules.

PASS and the KOMA Modifieds will once again partner for the "Old Glory Twin 125's" at Concord Speedway to kickoff the popular Memorial Day weekend of racing. One slight change to the schedule is that the event which was originally scheduled for Saturday will move to Friday night May 22, 2015. Saturday will now be utilized as a rain date if needed.

The PASS South Super Late Models and PASS Pro Late Models will return on Saturday, March 7, 2015 to kickoff the season at Dillon Motor Speedway with the 10th Annual South Carolina Clash 

Don’t forget, to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14.
 
BELL  -  NOLES  -  ROWE
Noles Conquers Meltdown At Southern National; Rowe, Church Claim PASS Titles
LUCAMA, NC (November 15) – Trevor Noles capitalized on a bold 3-wide move with 10 laps to go to pass Christopher Bell and Jody Measamer and win Saturday afternoon’s Mason Dixon Meltdown 200 at Southern National Motorsports Park. Noles victory was his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model triumph and also marked the first series win for the Coulter Motorsports team.

“We finally got the monkey off our back and I just can’t thank Coulter Motorsports and Randy Renfrow, they give me 110 percent every week,” said Noles in victory lane. “I drove just as hard as I could those last few laps and we’re finally here where we belong. It’s been a long, cold weekend and I just can’t thank everybody enough for being here today.”

In qualifying, Jared Irvan shattered the old track record by more than a tenth of a second for his second career quick qualifying time with a lap of 98.186 miles per hour. In the top 10 qualifiers redraw, Irvan would pull pill number 9, while Tyler Dippel and Derek Ramstrom would move up to the front row.

On a very cold and brisk afternoon, Dippel and Ramstrom led the 31 car starting field to green. Dippel would lead the first five laps before Ramstrom moved by in turn three to take the lead. PASS South points leader Tyler Church experienced major mechanical problems early on heading to the pit area for over 30 laps on lap 8. With Church in the pits, the focus was on his nearest championship rival, Cole Timm, who was having a strong run inside the top 10.

Following a caution for a spin by Karl Weber in turn two on lap 31, Ramstrom and Austin Wayne Self would lead the field back to green for the restart. Self got a good start on the outside as the field roared into turn one. Ramstrom battled back on the low side, but spun exiting turn two in front of the entire field. The cars of Brandon Lynn, David Garbo, Jr., and Jeff Batten all made hard contact as they tried to avoid Ramstrom. All four drivers were eliminated in the crash.

On the ensuing restart, Dippel would have a mechanical problem and stop on the frontstretch to bring out a caution. Dippel pulled his car in to the pits and out of the race, handing Ben Rowe his 3rd career PASS National Championship.

Self and Christopher Bell were the class of the field much of the first half of the Mason Dixon Meltdown, but once they entered lapped traffic, the lead duo was joined by the cars of Timm and Brandon Setzer. On lap 108, Bell moved around Self to take the lead and began to quickly stretch his advantage. The caution would wave on lap 125 to allow teams to refuel and change two tires.

On the restart with 75 laps, Timm appeared to break an axle on his machine while running third. Timm would soon retire from the event giving Church his first career PASS South Super Late Model title, despite his problems from earlier in the race.
After a trio of cautions for relatively minor spins, Bell and Self again raced hard on the restart with Bell coming out on top in his Toyota. Self continued to struggle losing second to Setzer and would eventually fall out of the race.

Setzer quickly closed in on Bell for the lead as they entered lapped traffic. With 30 laps to go, Setzer took advantage of contact between Bell and Roger Lee Newton to take the lead exiting turn two. Setzer appeared to be cruising to his first career Super Late Model win when a broken rear suspension sent Setzer out of the race with 11 laps to go and brought out the ninth caution of the night.

On the restart, Bell and Jody Measamer brought the field to green, but Trevor Noles, who was in third, darted to the inside making an aggressive move to power by the leaders in turn one. As the field headed down the back straightaway, contact between Measamer and Rowe racing for third place sent Measamer hard into the outside wall.

This would give Bell one more shot at Noles, but Noles was again too quick on the restart. Despite Bell’s best efforts, Noles held on for his first career Mason Dixon Meltdown win. Rounding out the top five were Bell, Rowe, Dalton Sargeant, and Harrison Burton. Completing the top 10 were Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Jared Fryar, Newton, Michael Rouse, and Matt Craig.

Following the race, Rowe and Church joined Noles on the front straightaway to celebrate their championships. A very relieved Church expressed his gratitude following their frustrating race.

“I knew I was in trouble when we were sitting in the pits, but I told the Good Lord to take care of this and this is where we’re at,” said Church afterwards. “I’ve got to thank Harold [Johnson] and Preston [Peltier] for getting us into this, but me and my daddy have worked hard on this car. This is special and me and daddy will always cherish this moment.”

After a year that saw him go winless, Rowe was happy, not only for his third PASS National Championship, but to finish the season out on a high note.

“It feels like a win for us to finish third, I mean we’ve struggled all year long,” said Rowe. “It’s a fun series that PASS puts on. You go to all these different tracks in the North and South and Canada and see all these different fans and it’s a pretty neat deal.”

In the PASS Pro Late Model division, Kodie Conner took the lead from Jacob Schneider and never looked back as he went on to claim his fifth win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Erik Nash, Schneider, Ryan Krachun, and Matt Murphy. Walker Yates finished sixth en route to claiming his first career PASS Pro Late Model division title.

Clint Fields led flag-to-flag for the Pee Dee/Coastal Supertruck win over Jimmy Herrington, Kevin Parsons, Clay Thomas, and Tommy Peregoy.

Chris Lamb led every lap for the USAC Eastern Midget win over Scott Hunter, Kyle Craker, Blaine Leydig, and Jessica Bean.

Although the season is complete, the PASS South Super Late Models and PASS Pro Late Models will return on Saturday, March 7, 2015 to kickoff the season at Dillon Motor Speedway with the 10th Annual South Carolina Clash.

And, don’t forget, to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14.
Photos by Laura  -  LWpictures.com
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at SOUTHERN NATIONAL
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 11-15-14
A1) 2 – Trevor Noles 200
2) 52 – Christopher Bell 200
3) 4n – Ben Rowe 200
4) 5s – Dalton Sargeant 200
5) 12 – Harrison Burton 200
6) 27 – Wayne Helliwell, Jr. 200
7) 41 – Jared Fryar 200
8) 33 – Roger Lee Newton 198
9) 23 – Michael Rouse 198
10) 54 – Matt Craig 198
11) 12j – Trey Jarrell 197
12) 73 – Joey Doiron 195
13) 84 – Martin Latulippe 194
14) 98 – Jody Measamer 189
15) 5 – Steve Legendre 189
16) 6 – Brandon Setzer 187
17) 07 – Austin Wayne Self 177
18) 28 – Jared Irvan 148
19) 51 – Karl Weber 148
20) 16 – Lucas Jones 143
21) 57 – Cole Timm 140
22) 8f – Tate Fogleman 123
23) 42 – Eric St. Gelais 104
24) 28x – Justin Gill 67
25) 7 – Tyler Church 65
26) 45 – Mark Beard 42
27) 1 – Tyler Dippel 32
28) 35 – Derek Ramstrom 31
29) 4 – Brandon Lynn 31
30) 49 – Jeff Batten 31
31) 8 – David Garbo, Jr. 31
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NASH  -  CONNER  -  SCHNEIDER
PASS PRO LATE MODELS at SOUTHERN NATIONAL
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 11-15-14
1) 45 – Kodie Conner
2) 1x – Erik Nash
3) 81 – Jacob Schneider
4) 49 – Ryan Krachun
5) 7 – Matt Murphy
6) 02 – Walker Yates
7) 72 – Pete Johns
8) 24 – Mason Diaz
9) 24j – JP Josiasse
10) 11x – Jeremy Haudricourt
 
Airborne & Chaudiere Will Host
ACT/PASS Doubleheaders in 2015
Waterbury, VT – Another agreement between the Pro All Star Series (PASS) and
the American Canadian Tour (ACT) adds more welcome news for Late Model race fans and teams in the Northeast. Two more ‘doubleheader’ type events will be held following the announcement a week ago that the Oxford Plains Speedway would open the 2015 season with the first-ever PASS/ACT combination event on Saturday April 18, 2015.

The ACT International held at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY on July 18
and 19, 2015 will play host to the two most popular traveling series in the US and
Quebec. The races will be comprised of two 200-lap features for both PASS and ACT
teams. Qualifying will take place Saturday evening and feature races will be run on
Sunday.

Jamie Atkins, owner of Airborne Park Speedway said, “We are very excited about hosting this event. The ACT races we have at Airborne are some of the most competitive on any track that ACT competes at. I am sure the PASS Super Late Model cars will enjoy their experience on our half mile just as much. This should be a great summer weekend of racing for teams from throughout New England, New York and certainly Quebec.”

A final September combination event for the ACT Late Models and PASS Super Late
Models has been set with the popular Autodrome Chaudiere, located east of Quebec City in Vallée Jonction, QC. The fast quarter mile has hosted ACT events from its opening in 2006, and over the past three years the Super Late Models have been part of the Chaudiere season of racing. “This is very good news for Quebec race fans and teams. Having this combination event at Chaudiere join both Oxford Plains and Airborne is spectacular! We are pleased to have this on the ACT Quebec schedule for 2015,” said ACT Quebec Manager, Sylvain Brouillette.

In a related piece of news, the American Canadian Tour has also scheduled a standalone event for Saturday, June 27, 2015 at the Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine.

All schedules (ACT US & Quebec and PASS North) are expected to be completed and released within the next week or two.

For additional information contact the ACT office at 802.244.6963 or media@acttour.com or visit acttour.com or proallstarsseries.com.
 
Tyler Church Looks To Clinch PASS South Title At Mason Dixon Meltdown
CHARLOTTE, NC (November 13) – Entering this weekend’s 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown at Southern National Motorsports Park, Hickory, NC’s Tyler Church is on the cusp of winning his first Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model championship. Church comes into Saturday afternoon’s race as the defending winner and with a 40 point lead over second year Super Late Model driver Cole Timm.

After competing in a partial schedule in 2013, Church captured his first PASS South win in the Over The Mountain 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway last September. But, it was a dominating performance in the Mason Dixon Meltdown at Southern National that not proved Church and his small family-owned team could compete with the best that short track racing has to offer.

“It was big because it was finally another racetrack that we were able to win at,” says Church. “You know Hickory is home and that was special. But, there was a lot of good cars at both races and I was honored to be able to win at both races.”
Church has emerged as one of the most consistent drivers in PASS South, scoring six top 5’s and 10 top 10’s in 13 starts this season. But despite a win at Ace Speedway back in May, Church believes his Church’s Carpet Chevrolet has been capable of performing even better as he seeks to become the first back-to-back winner of the Meltdown.

“I hope we can run as good at Southern National this time as we have every other time we’ve been there,” said Church. “I feel l like we could have won both races there earlier in the season. My Dad and I have worked so hard this year. We’ve been so close and fast so many times this year, but haven’t had a bit of luck the last half of this year.”

Church has struggled in recent weeks, finishing 13th at Orange County Speedway in October after breaking an axle while running third with 10 laps to go. And, then again most recently at Caraway Speedway for the North-South Shootout, where he finished 11th after being involved in a couple of incidents following a poor qualifying run. But, Southern National could be the place to turn it around for Church. After all, he’s finished no lower than eighth in three starts there including a win and a second place finish.

“I’m going to try a few things out during practice and see how everything feels,” said Church about this weekend’s 200 lapper. “It just depends on how the car’s working and what everybody else is doing. It would be great to cap the season off though with a win and a championship.”

While Church battles Cole Timm and Jared Irvan for the PASS South Super Late Model Championship, Maine’s Ben Rowe and New York’s Tyler Dippel will be competing for the PASS National Championship. In addition to Rowe, fellow New Englanders Joey Doiron, Derek Ramstrom, Steve Legendre, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Quebec’s Eric St. Gelais will be making the trip to Southern National. Christopher Bell is hoping to continue his streak of finishing no worse than second in the last two events and will be joined by Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Karl Weber. Tate Fogleman, Trevor Noles, Brandon Setzer, Tanner Rumburg, Jody Measamer, and Lucas Jones will each be seeking their first career PASS South wins.

Action at Southern National Motorsports Park for the 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown kicks off practice for all divisions on Friday, November 14 from 1 – 4:20 PM. On Saturday, November 15, practice will start at 10 AM, with qualifying at 1:15 PM, and racing slated to start at 3 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 200 laps, along with main events for the PASS Pro Late Models, Pee Dee/Coastal Supertrucks, and USAC Eastern Midgets.

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, the Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains 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 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
Kiel Spaulding #18s & Tyler Dippel #1
Ben Rowe #4n & Kevin Powell #Q104
PASS National Championship Contenders Ready to Race for Title at Southern National
CHARLOTTE, NC (November 11) – After a long season that has seen championship races contested in both the United States and Canada, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model National Championship will be decided on Saturday at Southern National Motorsports Park. The 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown will determine the 2014 champion and the contenders could not have come from more varied backgrounds than points leader Ben Rowe and rookie upstart Tyler Dippel.

Turner, Maine’s Ben Rowe has grown to become a true short track legend over the last decade, winning more PASS Super Late Model races than any driver in history. Not only has Rowe won 4 PASS North Super Late Model championships, but he also claimed the PASS South Super Late Model title in 2009. And he is no stranger to success in the Mason Dixon Meltdown, as the only driver to win the race twice, taking the checkered flag in 2007 at Concord Speedway and again in 2009 at South Boston Speedway.

Despite his accolades, which also include 2 previous PASS National Championship title reigns in 2009 and 2011, Rowe has been impressed with his young counterpart.

“You know I didn’t know a lot about Tyler [Dippel] coming into this year, but he’s really been impressive,” said Rowe. “The thing that surprised me the most was that he came to the tracks up North, tracks that he had never seen before, and not only held his own, but ran really well. We’ll definitely have our work cut out for us when we get down to Kenly this weekend.”

Despite being a teenager, Dippel has had quite extensive career, especially for a driver of his age. Dippel cut his teeth racing powerful Dirt Modifieds, primarily in his home state of New York. And the young driver has stayed busy in 2014, not only racing PASS Super Late Models on asphalt from South Carolina to Quebec, but continuing to race on dirt when his schedule has permitted. Dippel recently opened eyes competing in his Modified at the Dirt Track At Charlotte during the World Finals. But, now the focus returns to PASS for Dippel and trying to win a National Championship at Southern National.

“Basically, it’s just four points, so whoever finishes in front of the other driver is going to win the championship,” says Dippel, who has finished strong in his PASS National outings this year, including a sixth place effort in his first try at the Oxford 250 . “Our experience at Southern National hopefully will work out for us. It’s been an amazing year and I’m really happy at how our first year on asphalt has gone and to have a shot at the championship is really cool.”

Unlike the previous two PASS South events at Southern National Motorsports Park this year, the Meltdown will have an added element of strategy. At 200 green flag laps, the Meltdown will be 50 laps longer than the earlier races held at Southern National. Teams will be allowed to change two tires at lap 125, setting up a 75 lap dash for cash and the championship.

“You’re definitely gonna have to save a little more and have something left for the end,” said Dippel. “But, being able to get two tires, I think you will see some guys be able to push it and race hard the final 75 laps. We might have to race a little differently though with the championship on the line.”

While Rowe and Dippel battle for the PASS National Championship, Tyler Church, Cole Timm, and Jared Irvan will be competing for the PASS South Super Late Model title. In addition to Rowe, fellow New Englanders Joey Doiron, Derek Ramstrom, Steve Legendre, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Quebec’s Eric St. Gelais will be making the trip to Southern National. Christopher Bell is hoping to continue his streak of finishing no worse than second in the last two events and will be joined by Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Karl Weber. Tate Fogleman, Trevor Noles, Brandon Setzer, Tanner Rumburg, Jody Measamer, and Lucas Jones will each be seeking their first career PASS South wins.

Action at Southern National Motorsports Park for the 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown kicks off practice for all divisions on Friday, November 14 from 1 – 4:20 PM. On Saturday, November 15, practice will start at 10 AM, with qualifying at 1:15 PM, and racing slated to start at 3 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 200 laps, along with main events for the PASS Pro Late Models, Pee Dee/Coastal Supertrucks, and USAC Eastern Midgets.

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, the Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains 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.

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Worcester, Massachusetts native Derek Ramstrom #35
Super Late Model Racing’s Best Prepare for Mason Dixon Meltdown at Southern National
CHARLOTTE, NC (November 7) – As has been customary for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model division, the season will once again conclude with the running of the 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown on Saturday, November 15 at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, NC. Some of the best short trackers from Canada to Florida are busily preparing their machines for what will be, for many of them, the final race of a long campaign. One driver looking to cap off a pretty stellar 2014 season is Worcester, Massachusetts native Derek Ramstrom. During the late summer and early fall, Ramstrom went to victory lane in two of New England’s most prestigious events, the PASS 300 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway and the World Series of Stock Car Racing at Thompson Speedway in Connecticut. Following a successful 5th place outing with the Petit Motorsports team last weekend at Caraway Speedway’s North-South Shootout, Ramstrom is encouraged to return to his family owned team for another outing at Southern National.

“I love running the tracks down South,” said Ramstrom. “There a lot different from the tracks in the Northeast. They’ve got more banking, they’re a lot faster. I definitely love to come down here.”

It would seem that the bigger events on the short track calendar have played in Ramstrom’s favor in recent years. This year’s Mason Dixon Meltdown at Southern National Raceway Park is expected to have one of the biggest car counts of the season and to attract some of North America’s best racers. And, at 200 green flag laps and with the option to change two tires at lap 125, Ramstrom is hoping his past experiences in big events will play out with a win in the Meltdown.

“We usually run strong at Southern National,” said Ramstrom. “The last couple of years we’ve had some motor problems down there. As long as the car runs good, I think we will definitely have a top five finish.”

In 2013, Ramstrom led laps and battled much of the race with eventual winner Tyler Church, before motor problems eventually sidelined him with less than 40 laps to go. That performance has him excited to see what he and the Ramstrom’s Service Center team can do when they return to Southern National next weekend.
“You’ve just got to be consistent and try to stay in the top 10 in a long race like that,” says Ramstrom. “Hopefully we can make the right adjustments when we pit, work together as a team, and hopefully be there at the end.”

While Ramstrom seeks a season ending win to cap off 2014, several drivers will be competing for championships. Veteran Ben Rowe and rookie Tyler Dippel will be racing for the PASS National Chaampionship, while Tyler Church, Cole Timm, and Jared Irvan compete for the PASS South Super Late Model title. In addition to Ramstrom and Rowe, fellow New Englanders Joey Doiron, Steve Legendre, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Quebec’s Eric St. Gelais will be making the trip to Southern National. Christopher Bell is hoping to continue his streak of finishing no worse than second in the last two events and will be joined by Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Karl Weber. Tate Fogleman, Trevor Noles, Brandon Setzer, Tanner Rumburg, Jody Measamer, and Lucas Jones will each be seeking their first career PASS South wins.

Action at Southern National Motorsports Park for the 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown kicks off practice for all divisions on Friday, November 14 from 1 – 4:20 PM. On Saturday, November 15, practice will start at 10 AM, with qualifying at 1:15 PM, and racing slated to start at 3 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 200 laps, along with main events for the PASS Pro Late Models, Pee Dee/Coastal Supertrucks, and USAC Eastern Midgets.

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, the Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains 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

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PASS Coming to Thunder Road in 2015
Waterbury, VT –Thunder Road International Speedbowl officials announced that the Pro All Star Series (PASS), based in Naples, Maine, will make their first ever appearance at Thunder Road in Barre, VT during the 53rd Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic on Sunday, May 24, 2015.

The Super Late Models of PASS will join Thunder Road’s ACT Late Models in the Memorial Day twin bill. The PASS Super Late Models will race 150 laps, and the Thunder Road Late Models will race for the Mekkelsen Memorial Day Classic 100 honors.

“This is exciting news for our Thunder Road fans. Having the return to Thunder Road’s high banks with Mike and Ben Rowe, joined by Cassius and Johnny Clark, DJ Shaw, and Glen Luce should be a lot of fun to watch. There is also a possibility to see ACT Champions like Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Brian Hoar, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. bringing their PASS cars to Thunder Road for this event,” said Thunder Road promoter Tom Curley.

Thunder Road has run the Memorial Day Classic event with just about every kind of stock car available. From the early days of the flathead coupes and high horsepower modifieds, to the Flying Tigers in the 1960’s, then the NASCAR-type Late Models of the 70’s, and into the 80’s with ACT Pro Stocks, variety has dictated Thunder Road’s Memorial Day Classics. Since 1996, the ACT Late Models have carried on the Thunder Road tradition of opening the summer season with the Memorial Day Classic 100. The twin bill featuring the PASS Super Late Models in a 150-lap event is sure to add another dimension to the race program in 2015.

“I know there is going to be a lot of support and excitement for this show at Thunder Road from both our fans and competitors,” said President of PASS, Tom Mayberry. “I know that numerous times over the past 10 years I have had racers and fans ask me what the chances were that we could race at Thunder Road. It should be a great show, and we are all looking forward to our first time at the tough ¼ mile high banks.”

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Star Series (PASS) are working together to bring both traveling groups to new events during the 2015 race season. An earlier announcement that the first-ever combination event between the two premiere touring series in the Northeast, PASS and ACT, would take place as the opening event of the Oxford Plains Speedway season in Oxford, Maine on Saturday, April 18, 2015. That announcement alone has created a positive outlook for the coming race season. The addition of a second event with PASS at Thunder Road in Barre, VT should add to the anticipation and excitement for the 2015 race season in the region.

For additional information contact the ACT office at 802.244.6963 or media@acttour.com or visit acttour.com or thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
 
ACT and PASS Reach Agreement for 2015

Waterbury, VT –Two of the leading short track sanctioning bodies in the United States and Canada, the American Canadian Tour (ACT) located in Waterbury, VT and the Pro All Star Series (PASS) from Naples, Maine have reached an agreement entering the 2015 season.

The first ever “double-header” event to be held between the two groups will take place at the opening event for the 2015 PASS season at the Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS), Oxford, ME on Saturday, April 18, 2015. Both the ACT Late Models and the PASS Super Late Models will compete in 150-lap feature events to open the race season at the historic Oxford Plains Speedway. ACT has a traditional opening day event at the Lee USA Speedway with the annual New Hampshire Governor’s Cup race on Sunday, April 12, 2015.

“This agreement between PASS and ACT is going to be very good for the New England and Canadian race fans, and certainly for full fender race teams. ACT Late Model teams spent many years racing at Oxford, and they always put on some terrific shows. This will also allow a number of the ACT teams, who also have PASS Super Late Models, to compete with the stars of PASS. We see this as a win-win for teams and fans,” said Tom Mayberry, President of PASS and owner of the Oxford Plains Speedway.

The agreement between the two groups will also include a clearing of the ACT schedule on the weekend of the historic Oxford 250 to be held on August 29-30, 2015. There will be no ACT race or rain date scheduled on the date of the 2015 Oxford 250.

Tom Curley, President of ACT said, “I see this project between ACT and PASS as a work in progress. We expect that other possibilities can result from this initial negotiation, and we are excited about working with Tom (Mayberry) going forward. It certainly should provide for an exciting new era of racing in our region for both the fans and race teams.”

For additional information contact the ACT office at 802.244.6963 or media@acttour.com or visit acttour.com or proallstarsseries.com.

 

Sun. November 2nd
150 Lap PASS SLM  -  125 Lap Tour Mod
100 Lap South East Limited

35 Lap USAC Midgets
Race 1:30 PM

Ryan Moore Survives Wild Last Lap for North-South Shootout Win at Caraway
SOPHIA, NC (November 2) – Scarborough, Maine’s Ryan Moore survived an intense late race battle with Christopher Bell to secure his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win in the 12th Annual North-South Shootout Sunday afternoon at Caraway Speedway. Moore was able to take advantage of an opportunity when Bell appeared to make contact with his Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Karl Weber’s machine while trying to put him a lap down, which resulted in a slow leak on Bell’s right front tire. Bell tried to furiously to protect the inside groove as Moore closed in over the final laps, with the two cars making contact entering turn three on the last lap, sending Bell up the track and Moore to victory lane.

“I couldn’t run the 52 [Bell] down so I decided I would save my tires and take care of it and I knew we were gonna catch lap traffic and I caught him,” said Moore, alongside the RC Moore Transportation Chevrolet afterwards. “I hate he had to tear my car up there on the last lap, but he was going for the win too. It was an exciting trip down the backstretch I can tell you that. I didn’t know if we were both gonna wreck or what was gonna happen. It was a fun race.”

In qualifying Friday, Bell backed up his impressive win at Orange County Speedway last time out by scoring his first career quick qualifying lap with a speed of 99.945 miles per hour around the .455 mile speedway. After the top 10 qualifiers redraw, Bell would slot in at the fifth starting position, while veterans Jody Measamer and Brandon Ward moved up to the front row.

At the drop of the green flag for the 150 lap contest, Ward got the better of Measamer entering turn one, while third place starter Bill Catania struggled dropping he, Bell and others down the running order. While Catania continued to struggle, Bell regrouped, settling in eighth as he plotted a strategy for moving back towards the front.

Ward led the first third of the North-South Shootout, staying out front through the first caution flag of the event on lap 58 when Tate Fogleman spun exiting turn two. All the while, Bell was making his way back towards the front, eventually taking the lead from Ward just shy of the halfway mark. Ward continued to slide back, surrendering second to Ryan Moore.

The hardest accident of the day occurred with 55 laps to go when Kevin Powell spun entering turn three, making hard contact with the wall on the driver’s side. After a few tense moments, Powell emerged from his machine shaken, but otherwise okay.

On the restart, Moore was able to get the advantage over Bell entering turn one to take the lead for the first time in the race. Just two laps later, Ward slowed while running ninth due to an apparent broken track bar just in front of Derek Ramstrom. The two would make contact, sending Ward into the inside wall along with Trevor Noles.

Following a spin by PASS South points leader Tyler Church in turn four with 40 laps to go, Moore and Bell led the field coming back for the restart. Bell was able to move by Moore and started to stretch his lead over the field as he sought his second straight PASS South win. But, with about 15 laps to go, Bell entered slower traffic which allowed Moore to close the gap on the leader.

With less than 10 laps to go, Bell tried to put a lap on his teammate Karl Weber as they entered turn one. The two made slight contact that would prove to be disastrous for Bell. A slow leak developed on the right front tire allowing Moore to quickly close the gap. Over the last five laps, Bell tried to hold off Moore by protecting the low line. But, on the last lap, Moore was able to get on the inside of Bell as they headed down the backstretch. The two cars made hard contact as Bell tried to protect his lead. More contact was made entering turn three sending Bell sideways through the corner as Moore moved around and to the checkered flag.

“Whenever I got down there into those lapped cars I got my right front knocked down and just couldn’t turn,” said Bell. “Congrats to Ryan, it was a heck of a race for sure.”

Following Moore and Bell to the checkered flag were Measamer, Ben Rowe, and Ramstrom. Rounding out the top ten were Spencer Davis, Dalton Sargeant, Jared Irvan, Brandon Lynn, and Zane Smith.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action again for the final time in 2014 on Saturday, November 15 as part of the 9th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown 200 at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, NC. Championships will be decided for both the PASS National Championship Series and the PASS South Super Late Models. Also in action will be the PASS Pro Late Models, Pee Dee/Coastal Supertrucks, and USAC Eastern Midgets.

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BELL - MOORE - MEASAMER
Photos by Laura
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PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at CARAWAY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 11-2-14
1) 74 - Ryan Moore - 150 Laps
2) 52 - Chris Bell - 150
3) 98 - Jody Measamer - 150
4) 4n - Ben Rowe - 150
5) 7r - Derek Ramstrom - 150
6) 129 - Spencer Davis - 150
7) 5s - Dalton Sargeant - 150
8) 28 - Jared Irvan - 150
9) 4 - Brandon Lynn - 150
10) 66 - Zane Smith - 150
11) 7 - Tyler Church - 150
12) 33 - Brendon Bock - 150
13) 71 - Jimmy Doyle - 150
14) 57 - Cole Timm - 150
15) 45 - Kodie Conner - 149
16) 6 - Brandon Setzer - 149
17) 8F - Tate Fogleman - 149
18) 7k - Ted Mickelson - 147
19) 51 - Karl Weber - 145
20) 8x - David Garbo Jr. - 118
21) 62 - Brandon Ward - 98
22) 2 - Trevor Noles - 98
23) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 96
24) Q104 - Kevin Powell - 93
25) 18 - Bill Catania - 83
26) 09 - Randy Gentry - 61
| SLM Entres Received - Caraway - 11-2 |
Ben Rowe Hoping To Salvage Season With Another North-South Shootout Win
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 29) – Since the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models first began turning laps on the short tracks of New England and Canada in 2001, Ben Rowe has been there virtually from the beginning. Rowe, a 4-time PASS North Super Late Model Champion and 2-time winner of the prestigious Oxford 250, has become a modern day short track racing legend thanks to his exploits in PASS over the last 15 years. But, PASS Super Late Model racing’s all-time winningest driver, with nearly 40 checkered flags to his credit, has struggled in recent seasons. Last year, Rowe came South to Caraway Speedway for the North-South Shootout hoping to end the year on a strong note. And, following a late-race caution that eliminated several contenders for the win, Rowe did just that, taking his first win of the season and first in the North-South Shootout.

“It was kind of our strategy to back off, but the leaders got out front and we couldn’t run with them,” said Rowe, following last year’s come from behind win at Caraway. “I knew all hell was going to break loose with 10 or 15 laps to go and we just wanted to be in the right position. I’d rather be lucky than good any day and low and behold we got through the wreck and were leading with just a few laps to go.”

Rowe comes to Saturday afternoon’s 12th Annual John Blewitt III Memorial North-South Shootout Presented In Memory Of Charles Kepley in a similar position as last year. The Turner, Maine veteran struggled through another PASS North Super Late Model season in 2014, going winless and without scoring a single top five finish. Despite all that, Rowe still finished sixth in the final standings and appeared to be getting the program turned around on the famed Richard Moody & Sons Construction #4. Now, with two North-South Shootouts at Caraway Speedway under his belt, including the win last year, Rowe hopes to end the season on a high note by contending for another win.

“Last year was kinda strange really,” says Rowe. “It seemed pretty clean until the end then everyone went nuts. Getting another win in the North-South Shootout would be a huge lift for all of us, especially after the season we’ve head.”

And, despite his New England roots, PASS South has been good to Ben Rowe. In fact, he won the PASS South Super Late Model Championship in 2009 on the way to his first PASS National Championship. Of his 8 career PASS South wins, two have come in the Mason-Dixon Meltdown, at Concord Speedway in 2007 and at South Boston Speedway in 2009. As he did last year, Rowe will stay in North Carolina following the North-South Shootout for the 9th Annual Mason-Dixon Meltdown which will be held at Southern National Motorsport Park on Satuday, November 15. Rowe leads the PASS National Championship standings heading to the final race of the season hoping to hold off rookie Tyler Dippel for his third National title.

But before they do that, Rowe and Dippel will have to attend to this weekend’s business at Caraway Speedway. This year’s North-South Shootout has all the earmarks of another classic as Tyler Church, Cole Timm, and Jared Irvan look to bounce back after lackluster performances at Orange County Speedway as they compete for the PASS South Super Late Model championship. Tate Fogleman, Trevor Noles, and Brandon Setzer will each be seeking their first career PASS South wins. Other drivers who have pre-entered for Saturday afternoon’s race include veterans Jimmy Doyle, Randy Gentry, Brandon Lynn, Jody Measamer, Ted Mickelson, Kevin Powell, and Brandon Ward. Massachusetts driver Derek Ramstrom is planning on double-duty in the North-South Shootout competing in both the PASS South Super Late Model race and Tour-type Modified feature.

Action at Caraway Speedway gets started early for the 12th Annual North-South Shootout with an optional practice for all divisions on Thursday, October 30th from Noon – 6 PM. On Friday, October 31 practice will go from 11 AM – 4:10 PM, with grandstand gates opening at 4 PM, and qualifying set to start at 5 PM for the PASS South Super Late Models, Tour-type Modifieds, USAC Eastern Midgets, and Limited Late Models, followed by the PASS last chance race, Tour-type Modified heat races and support division features at 7 PM. On Saturday, November 1, practice will start at 9:30 AM, with grandstand gates opening at 11 AM, the pit party at 12:30 PM and racing slated to start at 2 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with 125 laps for the Tour-type Modifieds, and 100 laps for the Limited Late Models.
Caraway’s North-South Shootout Brings Out The Best In PASS South Racers
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 23) – In its 12-year history, the John Blewett III Memorial North-South Shootout presented in memory of Charles Kepley has become known for attracting the best in short track racing. And, as the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Models enter its third season being a part of the North-South Shootout at Caraway Speedway, this has also proven to be the case as well.

PASS South has competed at Caraway Speedway five times since 2008 when Justin Wakefield took the first checkered flag there. But, it’s been in the North-South Shootout when the best PASS has to offer has shined. In 2012, North Carolina legend Jay Fogleman battled throughout the 150 lap event with Ross Kenseth before finally prevailing for his second win of the season. That win at Caraway sent Fogleman on his way to his first of two straight PASS National Championships.

Last year’s PASS South Super Late Model portion of the North-South Shootout at Caraway is still a race fans are talking about today. Two-time PASS South Caraway winner Kyle Grissom appeared to be on his way to a third win at the speedway, but a characteristic late race surge by Daniel Hemric propelled him to the lead and seemingly on the way to a victory. But, a late race caution changed all of that, as Hemric and Grissom made contact entering turn one on the restart and collected several other lead lap contenders. Maine legend and 4-time PASS North Champion, Ben Rowe, avoided the carnage, advancing from seventh place on the restart to claim his first victory in the prestigious event.

This year’s event has all the earmarks of another classic as Tyler Church, Cole Timm, and Jared Irvan look to bounce back after lackluster performances at Orange County Speedway as they compete for the PASS South Super Late Model championship. One of the most impressive group of Super Late Model drivers ever assembled for the North-South Shootout is expected as they look to defend the bragging rights for their respective regions.

Action at Caraway Speedway gets started early for the 12th Annual North-South Shootout with an optional practice for all divisions on Thursday, October 30th from Noon – 6 PM. On Friday, October 31 practice will go from 11 AM – 4:10 PM, with grandstand gates opening at 4 PM, and qualifying set to start at 5 PM for the PASS South Super Late Models, Tour-type Modifieds, USAC Eastern Midgets, and Limited Late Models, followed by the PASS last chance race, Tour-type Modified heat races and support division features at 7 PM. On Saturday, November 1, practice will start at 9:30 AM, with grandstand gates opening at 11 AM, the pit party at 12:30 PM and racing slated to start at 2 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with 125 laps for the Tour-type Modifieds, and 100 laps for the Limited Late Models.

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, the Autobus La Quebecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains 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 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
 
PASS Releases 2015
Pro Late Model Schedule
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 21) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today a schedule of at least 12 PASS Pro Late Model events for the upcoming 2015 season. Each PASS Pro Late Model event in 2015 will be in conjunction with the PASS South Super Late Model division. Most events will be 50 laps in length and will continue under the same format that was utilized this season.

"The PASS Pro Late Model division has proven to be a great stepping stone for drivers looking to eventually make the move up to PASS South," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "Having the PASS Pro Late Models as a companion event to most of our PASS South Super Late Model races sets up a great weekend of action for our fans. We have several new teams planning to join the series next year and are excited about the potential growth of the PASS Pro Late Model division in 2015."

The PASS Pro Late Model season will begin on Saturday, March 7 at Dillon Motor Speedway and conclude with the final of two events at Hickory Motor Speedway as part of the Mason Dixon Meltdown weekend of action on Saturday, November 21. Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, NC will host the PASS Pro Late Model division the most of any track in 2015 with three events. Additional PASS Pro Late Model events will be held at Myrtle Beach Speedway, Concord Speedway, Anderson Motor Speedway, Greenville-Pickens Speedway, and tentatively at Orange County Speedway.

Additional dates may be added and the final schedule will be confirmed by
January 1, 2015.

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

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2015 PASS South Pro Late Model Schedule
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March 7  -  Dillon Motor Speedway  -  Dillon, SC

March 21  -  Southern National Motorsports Park  -  Lucama, NC

April 4  -  Hickory Motor Speedway  -  Hickory, NC

April 25  -  Myrtle Beach Speedway  -  Myrtle Beach, SC

May 8  -  Kingsport Speedway  -  Kingsport, TN

May 22  -  Concord Speedway  -  Concord, NC

June 19  -  Anderson Motor Speedway  -  Williamston, SC

July 3  -  Greenville Pickens Speedway  -  Easley, SC

July 25  -  Southern National Motorsports Park  -  Lucama, NC

September 12  -  Possible Date  -  (To Be Determined)

September 26  -  Southern National Motorsports Park -  Lucama, NC

October 17  -  Orange County Speedway (Tenative)  -  Rougemont, NC

November 21  -  Hickory Motor Speedway  -  Hickory, NC
Dates Subject To Change
Additional Dates Could Be Added
 
NEMECHECK - BELL - PELTIER
Christopher Bell Makes Impressive Debut With PASS South Win At Orange County
ROUGEMONT, NC (October 18) – Making only his second start in an asphalt stock car, Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell dominated the second half of the Orange County 150 presented by CV Products Saturday night at Orange County Speedway for his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win. The victory was the second of the 2014 PASS season for the Kyle Busch Motorsports team to go along with a win by Busch at Canada’s Autodrome Chaudiere in August.

“This is just unbelievable to come out here and run with John Hunter Nemechek and all of these guys and come out on top,” said Bell after scoring the win in his PASS South Super Late Model debut. “I can’t thank all of my guys enough. They took me racing for the first time a few weeks ago and I really struggled. But, they believed in me and stuck with me and now here we are.”

In qualifying, Preston Pelter took his fourth straight quick qualifying time with a lap of 97.248 miles per hour around the high banked, 3/8 mile speedway. In the top 10 qualifiers redraw, Jared Irvan moved to the pole position with Bell flanked alongside and Peltier moving back to start fourth.

On a brisk and breezy night, Irvan led the field into turn one, but was soon overtaken for the top spot by Bell’s Toyota. John Hunter Nemechek quickly moved into second from the sixth starting position and set his sights on Bell. The two drivers would swap the lead back and forth several times throughout the first half of the race. Meanwhile, Peltier dropped back through the field, falling as far back as 13th by lap 20.

The first caution of the race would wave on lap 38 when the top 10 running cars of Karl Weber and Jody Measamer crashed entering turn three. Just two laps later, two-time Orange County Speedway winner Roger Lee Newton and Trey Jarrell made contact entering turn one sending Jarrell hard into the outside wall.
On the restart, Bell continued to lead with Joey Doiron moving around Nemechek into second. But, Doiron would have problems on lap 49 as his car careened hard into the turn one wall putting an early end to his night. Less than 20 laps later, Doiron’s teammate Rich Gould driving a second Woodman Racing entry had a similar fate ending his night along the turn one wall as well.

Following a qualifying infraction that resulted in starting outside the top 20, PASS South points leaders Tyler Church and Cole Timm steadily made their way through the field in the first third of the race and into the top ten. By lap 59, Timm was challenging Peltier for a spot in the top five followed closely by Church.
With Bell and Nemechek continuing to pace the field, Timm began to backslide while Church was surging, moving around Ryan Moore for fourth with 61 laps to go. Church would eventually make his way into third before a mechanical issue with 10 laps to go sent him to the pits and out of the race.

Bell and Nemechek masterfully worked lapped traffic over the last half of the Orange County 150 with Bell stretching his lead to as many as 15 car lengths at times. In the end, Bell cruised to his first major stock car victory by nearly a second over Nemechek, Peltier, Brandon Setzer, and Moore. Harrison Burton finished sixth followed by rookie Lucas Jones, Brandon Ward, Tyler Dippel, and Timm to complete the top 10.

Kodie Conner took the lead from Jeremy Haudricourt with 13 laps to go and held on to survive a wild PASS Pro Late Model race for his fourth win of the season. Hickory winner Nick Robinson led the first 33 laps before a slip in turn two allowed Haudricourt and Conner to move by. Robinson’s night got even worse from there, crashing hard into the turn one wall, along with Mason Diaz, with seven laps to go. Following Conner to the checkered flag was Ryan Krachun, John Holleman, Matt Murphy, and Haudricourt.

In the USAC Eastern Midget feature, Nikki Carroll took his first career win over Chris Lamb, Scott Hunter, Tyler Corriher, and Matthew Lundstrum.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action again on Saturday, November 1 as part of the North-South Shootout at Caraway Speedway.

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PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at ORANGE COUNTY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 10-18-14
1) 52 - Chris Bell - 150 Laps
2) 8 - John Hunter Nemecheck - 150
3) 26 - Preston Peltier - 150
4) 6 - Brandon Setzer - 150
5) 74 - Ryan Moore - 150
6) 12 - Harrison Burton - 149
7) 16 - Lucas Jones - 149
8) 62 - Brandon Ward - 149
9) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 149
10) 57 - Cole Timm - 149
11) 28 - Jared Irvan - 148
12) 15 - Tanner Rumburg - 148
13) 7 - Tyler Church - 139
14) 7k - Ted Mickelsen - 129
15) 2 - Trevor Noles - 129
16) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 87
17) 18 - Randy Pearce - 68
18) 24 - Richard Gould - 65
19) 98 - Jody Measamer - 64
20) 13 - Joe Ryan Osborn - 53
21) 4 - Joey Doiron - 49
22) 12j - Trey Jarrell - 39
23) 33 - Roger Lee Newton - 39
24) 51 - Karl Weber - 37
25) 71 - Jimmy Doyle - 34
26) 19 - Chris Bohlman - 8
| SLM Entries Received - Orange County - 10-18 |
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KRACHUN - CONNOR - HOLLEMAN
PASS PRO LATE MODELS at ORANGE COUNTY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 10-18-14
1) 45 - Kodie Conner - 50 Laps
2) 49 - Ryan Krachun - 50
3) 4 - John Holleman - 50
4) 7 - Matt Murphy - 50
5) 11x - Jeremy Haudricourt - 50
6) 02 - Walker Yates - 50
7) 81 - Jacob Schneider - 50
8) 24 - Mason Diaz - 45
9) 71 - Nick Robinson - 45
10) 1x - Erik Nash - 39
DNS - 23 - Zachary Dabbs

Irvan Eyes First PASS South Win
At Orange County This Weekend
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 14) – With another season headed into the record books over the next month or so for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model division, teams busily prepare for their next challenge coming up this weekend in the Orange County 150 presented by CV Products at Orange County Speedway. Amongst them is the Auramist-sponsored #28 team of young Jared Irvan. The third generation racer currently sits third in PASS South Super Late Model points competing in his first full season racing full-bodied stock cars.

Under the guidance of his father, 1991 Daytona 500 winner Ernie Irvan, Jared has developed a style all his own. Conspicuously smooth and conservative, especially for his young age, Jared Irvan has been knocking on the door of his first victory in PASS South. Last year while competing in a limited schedule of events, he came just nine laps short of victory at South Boston Speedway, finishing second to eventual winner Ross Kenseth. And, this year, in addition to finishing fourth in the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway, Irvan led laps late in the race at Southern National Motorsports Park in July before eventually finishing in fifth. Those runs have Irvan confident he can get another good finish this Saturday night at Orange County Speedway.

“This year’s been pretty good, we’ve made some changes over the last couple of races and I think we’ve got a real good chance to come out and win the race,” said Irvan. “Every time we go back to a race track I get better. Hopefully this time at Orange County I can go out and get a win.”

Orange County Speedway has produced some of the most memorable finishes in PASS South Super Late Model history over the year. With its steep banking on both the straightaways and in the turns, Orange County provides multiple grooves for drivers to choose from as they pilot their 600+ horsepower machines.

In his first ever trip to Orange County Speedway behind the wheel of a PASS South Super Late Model last year, Irvan survived a wild race to come home with a solid eighth place finish. Irvan believes that this weekend’s Orange County 150 presented by CV Products could be equally as challenging as last year’s event. But, it is a challenge he thinks he and his team will be ready for.

“Orange County is a lot of fun, really fast and a lot of action every second,” said Irvan. “You can run right up next to the wall and get right next to it and get everything you can get every lap. You can win the race from the bottom or you can win it from the top, wherever’s faster for you.”

Another great field of PASS South Super Late Models is expected for this weekend’s Orange County 150 presented by CV Products including championship contenders Tyler Church, Cole Timm, Jared Irvan, and Trevor Noles. Hometown favorite Tate Fogleman will be looking to defend his dad Jay Fogleman’s win in this race a year ago. Preston Peltier will be back as he goes for his fourth straight PASS South win, while Brandon Setzer, Trey Jarrell, Tanner Rumburg, and Lucas Jones will seek out their first career wins. Veterans Brandon Ward, Jimmy Doyle, Jody Measamer, and Ted Mickelson return as they look to get to victory lane for the first time this season.
Action at Orange County Speedway will get under way on Friday, October 17th with rotating practice for all divisions from 3 – 6 PM. On Saturday, October 18th, practice will start at 1 PM, followed by qualifying at 4:30 PM and racing slated to start at 6 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with 50 laps for the PASS Pro Late Models, and 35 laps for the USAC Eastern Midgets.
PASS South Racers Prep
For Return To Orange County
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 8) – As the 2014 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model season enters the homestretch, teams are busy preparing for their next challenge. The South’s top short trackers will tackle the high-banked Orange County Speedway near Durham, NC for race #12 on Saturday, October 18th. The Orange County 150 will almost certainly be a thriller if past races are any indication.

With the exception of Hickory Motor Speedway, no track on the PASS South schedule has hosted more events than Orange County Speedway. Since Wade Day won the inaugural event there in 2006, nine different PASS South drivers have gone to victory lane at Orange County throughout the years. With his win at Orange County in April, Roger Lee Newton joined Preston Peltier, Corey Williams, and Trevor Sanborn as the only drivers to win more than one PASS South event at the tough 3/8 mile oval.

The Fogleman name has been synonymous with racing at Orange County Speedway since the 1960’s. In his final season as a full-time PASS South competitor, Jay Fogleman was finally able to visit victory lane at his home track and parlayed that win in to the 2013 PASS South Super Late Model championship. Tate Fogleman is the third generation to race at Orange County Speedway and would love nothing more than to take his first PASS South checkered flag there in the Orange County 150.

“My Dad started racing there and so did my Grandpa and we’re hoping to draw a good crowd of family and friends and get a good finish,” said Fogleman, driver of the #8 Speedco Truck Lube & Tire Ford. “We’re really looking forward to the Orange County 150 and hoping to get a good practice in so we can get the setup right and get a good finish.”

Following a successful tenure in the PASS Pro Late Model division, Fogleman made the leap up to the PASS South Super Late Models in 2013. Throughout a season that saw its share of ups and downs, Fogleman remained consistent and finished fifth in both the PASS South and PASS National points standings.

The 2014 season has seen Fogleman mature as a driver and challenge more consistently for top five finishes, particularly in the second half of the year. Fogleman followed up a sixth place finish at South Boston Speedway in June with a career-best third place finish at Southern National Motorsports Park a month later. Those finishes have allowed Fogleman to become more confident in his abilities and in his Bull City Race Cars team heading back to Orange County.

“I think we finally found out what our car likes at all tracks basically and we’re starting to get good finishes now that we’ve got our setup right,” said Fogleman. “We’re really, really looking forward to our race at Orange County now that we’ve got our car right and I think we’re going to get at least a top five finish.”
Action at Orange County Speedway will get under way on Friday, October 17th with rotating practice for all divisions from 3 – 6 PM. On Saturday, October 18th, practice will start at 1 PM, followed by qualifying at 4:30 PM and racing slated to start at 6 PM. The PASS South Super Late Models will race for 150 laps, along with 50 laps for the PASS Pro Late Models, and 35 laps for the USAC Eastern Midgets.

PASS South Super Late Model and PASS Pro Late Model entry forms as well as the weekend schedule for the Orange County 150 at Orange County Speedway can be found HERE.

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, the Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains 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.

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2015 PASS South Super Late Model Schedule Released For 10th Anniversary Season
Hickory Motor Speedway to host season-ending Mason Dixon Meltdown for the first time, in addition to the traditional running of the Easter Bunny 150 in the Spring
Series will host first racing event of any kind since 2012 at Concord Speedway on Memorial Day weekend
Myrtle Beach Speedway and Anderson Motor Speedway return to PASS South Super Late Model schedule in 2015
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 5) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today the release of the 2015 schedule for the PASS South Super Late Models. The 10th Anniversary season for the South's top short track series will be highlighted by the return of stock car racing to the triangular shaped, half-mile Concord Speedway on Memorial Day weekend and by the move of the Mason Dixon Meltdown to the legendary Hickory Motor Speedway for the first time in series history. With 15 dates confirmed and an additional date to possibly be added in September, the PASS South Super Late Models will compete at 11 different venues over the course of the 2015 season.

"We are very pleased to be able to release our 2015 PASS South Super Late Model schedule at such an early date and hope that will help our fans and competitors as they prepare for next season," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "We're very excited and honored that the PASS South Super Late Models will be bringing new life to Concord Speedway on Memorial Day weekend. Additionally, Hickory Motor Speedway has been at the heart of the series since it started in 2006 and we look forward to capping off our 10th Anniversary season there in November. All in all, we've got a great group of tracks returning to the schedule next year and are excited for the possibilities."

For the fifth time in the last seven years, the 2015 PASS South Super Late Model season will kickoff on Saturday, March 7th with the 10th Annual South Carolina Clash at Dillon Motor Speedway. The series will then travel north on Interstate 95 for the first of three PASS South Super Late Model events to be hosted by Southern National Motorsports Park in Lucama, NC on Saturday, March 21. The series will return to Southern National again on Saturday, July 18, while the Fall race at the 4/10 mile speedway will move up to Saturday, September 27.

Hickory Motor Speedway, the longest tenured facility on the PASS South circuit, will also host two of the premier events in short track racing in 2015. The 10th Annual Easter Bunny 150 will bring some of the best racers in North America together again on Saturday, April 4. And, for the first time since its inception, championships will be decided on Saturday, November 21 when the 10th Annual Mason Dixon Meltdown 200 lap event moves to Hickory Motor Speedway in 2015.

Two of the premier short track facilities in the South will rejoin the PASS South Super Late Model schedule in 2015. Myrtle Beach Speedway will host the series on Saturday, April 25 and Anderson Motor Speedway returns to the schedule for the first time since 2012 for the Electric City 125 on Friday, June 19.

An event sure to attract the attention of racers and fans alike will be the PASS South Super Late Model return to Concord Speedway on Saturday, May 23. The famed half-mile, known for its legendary Big 10 Series, has sat quite since PASS South held the Mason Dixon Meltdown there in 2012. Nearly three years later, the speedway will come to life again on Memorial Day Weekend 2015.

South Boston Speedway will again host two popular weekends of racing that see the PASS South Late Models on a stout racing card coupled with Twin 75's for the NASCAR Late Model Stocks and Legends cars on June 6 and August 15.

Greenville-Pickens Speedway, which first began hosting stock car events in 1946 and was once a hotbed for Super Late Model racing, will again host the Firecracker 125 on Friday, July 3. That event successfully returned to Greenville-Pickens in 2014 after originally being held there from 2008-2010.

Orange County Speedway, a favorite of many PASS South Super Late Model competitors, returns for a tenth straight year with the Orange Blossom Special on October 17. And, Caraway Speedway will welcome the PASS South Super Late Models back on Saturday, November 7 as part of the North-South Shootout along with the Tour-type Modifieds.

Look for schedules for the PASS North Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, PASS Sportsman and PASS Pro Late Models to be released in the near future.

And, don't forget, the biggest short track race on asphalt has a new date in 2015. The 42nd Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine will take the green on Sunday, August 30, 2015, paying $25,000 to the winner plus lap leader bonus money.

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 Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudiere.

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.
2015 PASS South Super Late Model Schedule
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March 7  -  Dillon Motor Speedway (150 laps)  -  Dillon, SC


March 21  -  Southern National Motorsports Park (150 laps)  -  Lucama, NC

April 4  -  Hickory Motor Speedway (150 laps)  -  Hickory, NC

April 25  -  Myrtle Beach Speedway (125 laps) -  Myrtle Beach, SC

May 8  -  Kingsport Speedway (125 laps) -  Kingsport, TN

May 22  -  Concord Speedway (125 laps)  -  Concord, NC

June 6  -  South Boston Speedway (150 laps)  -  South Boston, VA

June 19  -  Anderson Motor Speedway (125 laps)  -  Williamston, SC

July 3  -  Greenville Pickens Speedway (125 laps) -  Easley, SC

July 25  -  Southern National Motorsports Park (150 laps)  -  Lucama, NC

August 15  -  South Boston Speedway (150 laps)  -  South Boston, VA

September 12  -  Possible Date (To Be Determined)

September 26  -  Southern National Motorsports Park (150 laps)  -  Lucama, NC

October 17  -  Orange County Speedway (150 laps)  -  Rougemont, NC

November 7  -  Caraway Speedway (150 laps)  -  Sophia, NC

November 21  -  Hickory Motor Speedway (200 laps)  -  Hickory, NC
Dates Subject To Change
Additional Dates Could Be Added
 

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th
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PASS SLM RIPLEY & FLETCHER FORD 150

PASS MODS 40, PASS SPORTSMAN 40,
LEGENDS 25, OUTLAW SPORTSMAN/
STREET STOCKS 40,
& MINI-STOCKS 40


PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
TRIPLE CROWN RACE #3 - 50 LAPS
PASS NORTH SLM CHAMPION - DJ SHAW
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS: OLIVER - DOIRON - SHAW
Photos by
Norm Marx
JOEY DOIRON WINS PASS NORTH SLM FINALE,
DJ SHAW CLAIMS SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP
Oxford, Maine – Joey Doiron of Berwick outran DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire to the checkered flag to win the Ripley & Fletcher Ford PASS 150 for Super Late Models Saturday at Oxford Plains Speedway.

For Doiron it was his second victory of the season on the series. While Shaw came up a bit short in the race, his runner-up finish was enough to wrap up his first Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model championship.

Late-race cautions gave Doiron the opportunity to battle for the victory with Standish veteran David Oliver, who dominated much of the event prior to the final restart with just a handful of laps remaining. Oliver settled for a third-place finish, completing a sweep of the podium finishes for Dale Shaw Race Cars drivers.

Johnny Clark of Farmingdale, the most prolific champion in Pro All Stars Series history, entered the event with hopes of overtaking Shaw in the championship standings, but came up a bit short with a fourth-place finish. Glen Luce of Turner ended up fifth both in the race and the 2014 championship standings.

Scott Mulkern of Falmouth, Scott McDaniel of Livermore, early race leader Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Oxford Plains Speedway legend Mike Rowe of Turner and two-time Oxford 250 champion Travis Benjaminof Morill rounded out the top ten.

Mitch Miller of West Boylston, Massachusetts claimed his second victory of the season in the 40-lap PASS Modified main event. Former champion Mark Lucas of Harpswell was the best of the rest, with Lovell’s Evan Armington nailing down a third-place finish. Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire, another former champion, ended up with a fourth-place finish and claimed the series championship in the PASS Modified class.

Brad Babb of Windham got by Corey Mason of Stark, New Hampshire late in the 50-lap race for PASS Northeast Late Models and claimed not only the race win, but the three-race series championship as well. Mike Kenison of Lancaster, New Hampshire made a late charge pay off with a second-place finish, just in front of series runner-up Ryan Morgan of Mystic, Connecticut. Ryan Deane of Winterport and Mark Lundblad, Jr. of Conway, New Hampshire completed the top five.

Multi-time PASS Sportsman Champion Dan McKeage of Gorham closed out the 2014 season in victory lane, but his 40-lap score was not enough to overtake his hometown rival, Joe Pastore, Jr., atop the series final rankings. Portland’s Scott Dorr prevailed in an entertaining, spirited battle for runner-up honors with Scarborough’s Frank Wear. Pastore wrapped up his title with a fourth-place finish. The winner’s father, Lyman McKeage of Gorham, rounded out the top five.

Bobby Weymouth of Topsham got to the front of the pack early and drove to victory in the 25-lap headliner for the visiting NELCAR Legends cars tour. Trevor Sanborn of Parsonsfield, who destroyed his Super Late Model in a morning practice session, nailed down second-place honors in front of Lincoln’s Alan Smith. Mathew Burgoine of Newport stayed atop the championship standings with a fourth-place finish. Tyler Braunschweig of West Newfields rounded out the top five.

Once Leeds racer Kyle Hewins got by early race leader Lewis Anderson of Buxton it was all over in the 40-lap Street Stock main event. Hewins dominated the remainder of the event, winning by over a half-lap over Waterford’s Richie Morse, making his first appearance of the season. BJ Chapman of Bridgton crossed the finish line in third position, followed by Auburn’s Mike Short and Corey Morgan of Lewiston.

Justin Trombley of Winter Harbor patiently worked his way through traffic, took the lead from Turner’s Calvin Rose, Jr., and cruised to victory lane following the 30-lap Mini Stock feature event. Rose held on to second-place for the balance of the race, with Rob Greenleaf of West Bath claiming third-place spoils. Nik Coates of Lisbon abd Green’s George Fortin rounded out the top five.
PASS SUPER LATE MODELS at OXFORD PLAINS
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-27-14
1) 73 - Joey Doiron - 150 Laps
2) 60n - DJ Shaw - 150
3) 21 - David Oliver - 150
4) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
5) 7L - Glen Luce - 150
6) 84 - Scott Mulkern - 150
7) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 150
8) 57me - Austin Theriault - 150
9) 24 - Mike Rowe - 150
10) 17 - Travis Benjamin - 150
11) 20 - Mike Landry - 150
12) 00 - Bryan Kruczak - 149
13) 56 - Evan Beaulieau - 149
14) 33 - Richie Dearborn - 149
15) 53x - Dave Rogers - 149
16) 7 - Curtis Gerry - 149
17) 94 - Shawn Martin - 149
18) 4 - Ben Rowe - 148
19) 61 - TJ Brackett - 148
20) 2 - Nick Cusak - 148
21) 60 - Tim Brackett - 148
22) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 148
23) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 148
24) 28 - Kirk Thibeau - 146
25) 32 - Jean Dechesneau - 144
26) 75 - Jessie Smith - 127
27) 53 - Alan Wilson - 86
28) 21d - Kevin Douglas - 74
29) 25 - Shawn Knight - 64
30) 20x - Joey Pastore - 57
31) 03 - Scott Moore -56
32) 48 - Bobby Timmons - 37
33) 66 - Mike Fowler - 12
34) 73me - Adam Polvinen - 1
| SLM Entries Received-OPS-9-27 |
PASS MODS CHAMPION - ANDY SHAW
PASS MODS
PASS Modified (40 laps) 1 7 Mitch Miller, West Boylston, MA; 2 5 Mark Lucas, Harpswell; 3 9 Evan Armington, Lovell; 4 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 5 22 Doug McClure, Buxton; 6 33 Billy Dixon, Waterboro; 7 89 Ryan Phillips, Buxton; 8 14 Scott McDaniel, Livermore; 9 00 JR Baril, Haverhill, MA; 10 86 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin; 11 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 12 64 Matt Sanborn, Westbrook; 13 4 Josh Brown, Center Conway, NH; 14 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester; 15 12 Jimmy Emerson, Windham; 16 22x Zac Darveau, Chelsea; DQ 17a Scott Alexander, Newburgh
2014 PASS Modified Champion: Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH.
PASS SPORTSMAN CHAMPION - JOE PASTORE JR.
PASS SPORTSMAN
PASS Sportsman (40 laps) 1 43 Dan McKeage, Gorham; 2 60 Scott Dorr, Portland; 3 20x Frank Wear, Scarborough; 4 20 Joe Pastore, Jr., Gorham; 5 58 Lyman McKeage, Gorham; 6 01 Rob Drew, Lovell; 7 4 Jeremy Hall, Franconia, NH; 8 36 Nate Leavitt, Buxton; 9 1 Brad Hammond, Turner.
2014 PASS Sportsman Series Champion: Joe Pastore, Jr., Gorham.
PASS NELMS CHAMPION - BRAD BABB
PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODELS SERIES
PASS Northeast Late Model (50 laps) 1 15 Brad Babb, Windham; 2 3 Mike Kenison, Lancaster, NH; 3 3 Ryan Morgan, Mystic, CT; 4 54 Ryan Deane, Winterport; 5 28 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Conway, NH; 6 21 Shane Clark, Winterport; 7 1 Brad Hammond, Turner; 8 1 Corey Mason, Stark, NH; 9 12 Bobby Pelland III, Cranston, RI; 10 36 Nate Leavitt, Buxton; 11 77 Dale Verrill, South Paris; 12 8 Keith Stuart, Naples.
2014 PASS NorthEast Late Model Champion: Brad Babb, Windham.
NELCAR LEGENDS
NELCAR Legends Cars (25 laps) 1 399 Bob Weymouth, Topsham; 2 29 Trevor Sanborn, Parsonsfield; 3 33 Alan Smith, Lincoln; 4 38 Mathew Burgoine, Newport; 5 70 Tyler Braunschweig, West Newfields; 6 96 Wyatt Alexander, Ellsworth; 7 8 Matt Chagnot, Derry, NH; 8 00 Phillip Brackett III, South Portland; 9 19 Kevin Girard, Old Orchard Beach; 10 10 Ed Getty, Gray; 11 27 Richard Humphrey, Parsonsfield; 12 81 Dan Winter, Windham; 13 42 Steve Johnson, North Conway, NH; 14 61 Garrett Johnson, n/a; 15 2 Darren Johnson, Pembroke, NH; 16 72 Mike Humphrey, Cornish.
STREET STOCKS/OUTLSWS
Street Stocks/Outlows (40 laps) 1 51 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 2 04x Richie Morse, Waterford; 3 58 BJ Chapman, Bridgton; 4 3 Mike Short, Auburn; 5 26 Corey Morgan, Lewiston; 6 81 Lewis Anderson, Buxton; 7 36 Rick Spaulding, Lisbon; 8 17 Gary Davis, Harrison; 9 40 Mac Hannan, Jr., Union; 10 33x Travis Burrows, Brownfield; 11 5 Guy Childs, North Turner; 12 33 Andrew Breton, Sabattus; 13 777 Mike St. Germain, Auburn; 14 4 Curtis Gleason, South Portland; 15 82 Chaz Briggs, Westbrook; 16 05 Glen Reynolds, Greene; 17 2x Adam Lovejoy, Sanford; 18 2 Dale Lawrence, Lewiston; 19 73 Troy Jordan, Poland; 20 1 Ed Connolly, Scarborough.
MINI STOCKS
Mini Stock (30 laps) 1 34 Justin Trombley, Winter Harbor; 2 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 3 2 Rob Greenleaf, West Bath; 4 4 Nik Coates, Lisbon; 5 9 George Fortin, Greene; 6 77 Ashley Marshall, Jay; 7 61 Chris Morris, Auburn; 8 2x Butch Keene, Turner; 9 14 Matt Moore, Mechanic Falls; 10 90 Desmond Skillings, Antrim, NH; 11 10 Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 12 4j Joe Katula, Lisbon Falls; 13 12 Darrell Moore, Mechanic Falls; 14 18 Tim Collins, Farmingdale; 15 83 Brady Romano, Liverore Falls; 16 25 Nick Skillings, Warner, NH.
 


Saturday, September 20th
Peltier Makes It Three-In-A-Row with PASS South Win at Hickory
HICKORY, NC (August 16) – Preston Peltier took the lead with five laps to go from race long dominator Tyler Dippel and held on for his third straight Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win in the Over The Mountain 150 Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway. The win increases Peltier’s All-Time series wins total to 13, the most in PASS South history.

“Tyler [Dippel] just kept pushing me higher and higher into the loose stuff on that last restart, but I finally got a good enough run coming off turn two that I was able to clear him and get the win,” said Peltier after his fifth PASS South Super Late Model win at Hickory since 2010. “I don’t know what it is about this place, but we’ve got a really good setup and the breaks just seem to fall our way in the end.”

In qualifying, Peltier edged out PASS South Super Late Model points leader Tyler Church for his 17th career quick qualifying time and third straight at Hickory in the Over The Mountain 150. Peltier’s good fortune continued in the top 10 qualifiers redraw when he drew pill number one to start from the pole position in the Robert Hamke-owned Dodge Challenger.

But, at the drop of the green flag to start the race, Jody Measamer got the advantage over Peltier to lead the strong 30 car field into turn one. By lap 18, Dippel established himself as the driver to beat, moving around Measamer for the top spot. Racing was heated back behind the leaders as competitors raced two and three wide for position, 10 rows deep. The first caution of the night waved when the machine of Brandon Lynn slowed in the middle of the pack resulting in a grinding crash back behind him which collected Trevor Noles, Spencer Gallagher, Tate Fogleman, and Lucas Jones.

Following a minor spin in turn two for Jimmy Doyle, Dippel continued to pace the field until lap 33 when Heath Hindman, making his first start since 2011, raced to the front for the first time in the race. However, Hindman’s stint up front was short lived as Dippel made his way back into the lead on lap 44.

Just two laps later, Jeff Batten spun exiting turn four with Kevin Powell and David Latour, Jr. collected in the aftermath. On the restart, the fourth place machine of Measamer struggled to come up to speed, dropping back in the pack and taking Church and Jared Irvan with him as others moved by. Measamer eventually made it to the pits with a flat tire, while Church and Irvan continued on after having fallen back to 14th and 15th respectively.

Meanwhile, Jason Stanley was making an impressive charge to the front after starting in 30th. Stanley moved around Peltier and into the top five on lap 55. By lap 83, Stanley passed Hindman for second and set his sights on the leader Dippel. That was as far as Stanley would go, though, as he began to struggle with the setup of his car eventually falling out of the top five when Church moved around him with 44 laps to go.

After falling back as far as 7th at one point, Peltier methodically began to make his way back to the front, passing rookie Kodie Conner for second with 11 laps to go. The final caution of the night waved just two laps later when Fogleman had more problems and made contact with the backstretch wall.

On the restart, Dippel and Peltier raced hard for the lead, making contact on several occasions over the next four laps. But, with five laps to go, Peltier got the run he needed exiting turn two and moved by Dippel for the lead. Peltier led the rest of the way taking the win over Church, Dippel, Conner, and Cole Timm.

Rounding out the top ten were Brandon Setzer, Brandon Ward, Brandon Lynn, Irvan, and Matt Craig.

In the PASS Pro Late Model division, Nick Robinson led flag-to-flag to record his first career win. Rounding out the top five were fast qualifier Ryan Krachun, Kodie Conner, Erik Nash, and Walker Yates.

Chris Lamb held off a hard charging Scott Hunter for the win in the USAC Eastern Midgets with Tyler Corriher, Matthew Lundstrum, and Mike Ward completing the top five.

Kyle Beattie prevailed in a great battle with Alex Pacheco and Joey Padgett for the Legends feature win.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action again on Saturday, October 18thth at Orange County Speedway along with the PASS Pro Late Models and USAC Eastern Midgets.
Photos by Laura
LWpictures.com
PASS SOUTH SUPER LATE MODELS at HICKORY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-20-14
1) 74 - Preston Peltier - 150 Laps
2) 7 - Tyler Church - 150
3) 1 - Tyler Dippel - 150
4) 45 - Kodie Conner - 150
5) 57 - Cole Timm - 150
6) 6 - Brandon Setzer - 150
7) 62 - Brandon Ward - 150
8) 4 - Brandon Lynn - 150
9) 28 - Jared Irvan - 150
10) 54 - Matt Craig - 150
11) 12 - Heath Hindman - 150
12) 43 - Jason Stanley - 150
13) 12j - Trey Jarrell - 149
14) 6w - Matt Wallace - 149
15) Q104 - Kevin Powell - 148
16) 49 - Jeff Batten - 148
17) 7k 0 Ted Mickelson - 148
18) 33x - Brendon Bock - 147
19) 66 - Zane Smith - 143
20) 14 - Clete Caywood - 141
21) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 138
22) 98 - Jody Measamer - 135
23) 7x - Taylor Stricklin - 112
24) 71 - Jimmy Doyle - 102
25) 33 - Roger Newton - 72
26) 56 - Gus Dean - 57
27) 89L - David Latour Jr. - 45
28) 23 - Spencer Gallagher - 18
29) 16 - Lucas Jones - 18
30) 2 - Trevor Noles - 18
| SLM Entries Received - HICKORY - 9-20 |
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PASS PRO LATE MODELS at HICKORY
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-20-14
1) 71 – Nick Robinson
2) 49 – Ryan Krachun
3) 45 – Kodie Conner
4) 1x – Erik Nash
5) 02 – Walker Yates
6) 81 – Jacob Schneider
7) 23 – Zachary Dabbs
8) 82 – Jason Lasky
9) 7 – Matt Murphy
 

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2015 Date Announced For
42nd Annual Oxford 250
OXFORD, ME (August 27) – Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry announced today that the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 will move to a new date starting in 2015. The richest single day short track racing event in North America will now be contested August 28-30, 2015. The Oxford 250 will once again be a Pro All Stars Series (PASS) sanctioned, “open” Super Late Model event, with qualifying heat races and feature racing for the PASS Super Late Models on August 30 to continue the single day tradition the race has become famous for.

Oxford Plains Speedway officials felt that the move to August was needed to accommodate fans who might want to also attend events scheduled for next July at nearby New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

“By announcing the move of the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 to August 30, 2015, we feel this will give ample time to our fans who are looking to plan their summer vacations around this prestigious event,” said Mayberry. “The Oxford 250 is arguably the biggest event in short track racing and we look forward to seeing everyone next August.”

A full schedule of events and support divisions for the 42nd 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.
 
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2013 PASS NORTHWEST EVENTS

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.

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