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We were saddened to hear of the
passing of Tom Curley on May 5th.

Tom Curley was a great ambassador
and innovative leader in the sport of
short track racing. He brought great
stability to short track racing in the
Northeast. He will be sadly missed.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to
his family and friends at this time.

PASS Racing,
Oxford Plains Speedway, &
The Mayberry Family

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Regarding Official Finish of PASS 300 Event
The finish of the PASS 300 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway event on 4/29 has been adjusted and is now official.

The #7 car of Curtis Gerry had finished 2nd. There were concerns about the motor in the car being legal. He was offered the opportunity by PASS Tech to have the engine torn down. Curtis Gerry chose not to go through the tear down procedure. As per PASS rules this resulted in an automatic disqualification from the event.
RAMSTROM - LANPHER - GERRY
300-LAP SCORE at BEECH RIDGE is
SECOND STRAIGHT PASS SLM
WIN FOR REID LANPHER
Scarborough, Maine - Reid Lanpher of Manchester backed up a career-first Pro All Stars Series victory the previous week at Oxford Plains Speedway with a dominant performance in Saturday's 300-lap PASS National Championship Series Super Late Model race at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine.

Lanpher was chased across the finish line by the reigning Pro Series champion at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Curtis Gerry of Waterboro, who passed a fleet of racecars after a spin relegated him to the back of the pack midway through the marathon. Derek Ramstrom of West Boylston, Massachusetts claimed third-place honors, in front of Belfast racer Travis Benjamin and Turner's Glen Luce.

Lanpher, a former NASCAR Pro Series track champion at Beech Ridge, started the race from 11th position and patiently worked his way into contention, occasionally challenging three-time 2016 PASS Super Late Model winner Garrett Hall of Scarborough, who led the first 109 laps before Lanpher made his move to the front during an extended green flag run that went well past the halfway point when a caution flag sent just about the entire field to pit road for tires.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
LUCE - LANPHER - BUTCHER
REID LANPHER WINS PASS
SPEEDWAY HOMES 150 at OPS
Oxford, Maine - Reid Lanpher of Manchester earned a first-ever Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model win Sunday afternoon in the Speedway Homes 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Lanpher won the first heat race to earn the first starting position in the lid lifter at the historic oval track on State Route 26, but it was no easy romp to the winner's circle for the young racer, who swapped the lead with both Turner's Glen Luce and Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. of Hudson, New Hampshire after a couple of restarts.

Polewarczyk, a multi-race PASS winner in part-time competition the previous season, looked strong once in front of the field, but about ten laps past the event's halfway point, Polewarczyk's race came to a smoky end with severe mechanical difficulties. Lanpher reclaimed the lead and battled most of the rest of the distance with Luce, the 2015 Oxford 250 champion.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
43rd Annual ICEBREAKER
Sat. & Sun., April 8th & 9th
SHAW - MACDDONALD - FATSCHER
Eddie MacDonald Prevails in PASS Icebreaker at Thompson
Thompson, CT - Eddie MacDonald, New England's full-bodied "outlaw" race driving star, nailed down his second career Pro All Stars Series victory Sunday afternoon, outrunning 14-year-old PASS newcomer Eddie Fatscher of East Northport, New York in the 75-lap Icebreaker for Super Late Models at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.

MacDonald earned a front row starting spot with a heat race win on Saturday and swapped the race lead early in the event with two-time and defending PASS North Super Late Model champion DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire.
Soon Fatscher, the 2016 INEX Legends Cars Young Guns National Champion, made his presence felt, duking it out with MacDonald's Exit Realty-sponsored 17, owned by Dave Lemieux, and the Precision JLM 60 of reigning series champion Shaw.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
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