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2015
"The Outlaw" Prevails in PASS
National Championship Series Action
at the "Magic Mile"

Eddie MacDonald wins again at NHMS in first-ever Super Late Model race at New England's Superspeedway
Loudon, New Hampshire - Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts added another page to his impressive New Hampshire Motor Speedway resume, scoring an impressive victory in the AIM 60 Pro All Stars Series race, the first-ever Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model race at the "Magic Mile."

It was the seventh victory on the 1.058-mile oval for MacDonald, a three-time winner in NASCAR K&N East Series competition at NHMS, to go along with three race victories in ACT Invitational Late Model competition.

MacDonald was tested in the early stages of the race by fellow front row starter, and reigning PASS North Super Late Model champion, DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire before Stonington, Connecticut competitor David Garbo, Jr. entered the picture.

Garbo, relegated to 25th starting position after running afoul of PASS technical inspectors following his heat race, methodically worked his way through the field, needing only 18 laps to take second position away from Shaw.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
FRI. JUNE 26th, 2015
REIGNING CHAMPION DJ SHAW SCORES FIRST PASS NORTH SLM VICTORY THIS SEASON AT LEE USA SPEEDWAY
Lee, NH – DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire raced past early leader Derek Ramstrom of West Boylston, Massachusetts and drove to his first AIM Recycling USA PASS North Super Late Model victory of the 2015 season Friday night at Lee USA Speedway in Lee, NH.

Shaw, the reigning champion of the series, fought an overheating Precision JLM-sponsored racecar in the early stages of the race, and survived long bouts with lapped traffic during a 120-lap green flag stretch to claim first-place hardware at the MacDonald family’s racetrack.

Ramstrom, making a rare appearance in his Super Late Model, held off several different challengers – including multi-time LEE USA and ACT Late Model champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr., during the race to claim a season-best runner-up finish.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE

HABITATIONS DANY LAGACE 150
JUNE 20th, 2015
Laperle Gives Canadian Fans
Something to Cheer Abou
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VALLEE-JUNCTION, QUEBEC (June 20) - Across the Canadian border, NASCAR star Denny Hamlin was in attendance with the #11 Denny Hamlin Foundation car to battle the stars of the Pro All Stars Series. When the checkers flew, it was St. Denis, Quebec native Patrick Laperle who would come home victorious. The #91 of Laperele would start the 150-lap event from the pole and other than a handful of laps would dominate the event.

The first caution would fly at lap 30 when the #7 of Mike Rowe would spin after contact entering turn 3. On the restart, Laperle would maintain his lead followed by PASS regulars, #17 of Travis Benjamin, #77 of Cassius Clark, #60 of DJ Shaw, and the #7L of Glen Luce. Another caution would quickly follow on lap 34 for the #33QC of Philippe Poulin. After the restart, Laperle would continue to lead the event through Lap 55 when contact in Turn 3 between Luce and the #73 of Joey Doiron would bring out the caution and end the night for both drivers.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
HIGHT CHEVROLET 150 AT SPEEDWAY 95
IS THIRD PASS NORTH SLM VICTORY
THIS SEASON FOR
HALL OF FAMER MIKE ROWE
Hermon, Maine -- Mike Rowe of Turner padded his lead in the AIM Recycling PASS North Super Late Model championship chase, posting an impressive victory in the Hight Chevrolet 150 at Speedway 95 in Hermon, Maine on Sunday afternoon. It was the third victory of the season for the Petit Motorsports team, winless on the PASS circuit for nine years before Rowe climbed into their equipment.

Reigning champion DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire and Turner's Glen Luce swapped the lead in the event's early stages while eventual winner Rowe, who started 11th, worked his way into the top five by the 34th lap. Working traffic like the Hall of Famer that he is, Rowe blasted into the race lead less than five laps later.

Both Shaw and Farmington's Cassius Clark, driving the Hight 77, mounted brief challenges to Rowe on late restarts, but the 64-year-old master prevailed for the third time in six starts on the PASS North Super Late Model circuit.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
SHAW - DOIRON - DAVIS
Joey Doiron Prevails in First-Ever PASS Super Late Model Race at Thunder Road
Barre, Vermont - Joey Doiron of Berwick, Maine held off a hard-charging Jeremy Davis to score an historic 150-lap AIM PASS North Super Late Model victory at the famed 1/4-mile Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, Vermont on Sunday afternoon (May 24).

For Doiron it was a homecoming of sorts, as he made his first appearance at the track in some six years, moving on to the Super Late Model ranks after winning the ACT Late Model Rookie of the Year award in his only full season of Late Model; competition.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
 
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SUNDAY, MAY 17th - Racing at 12:30 PM
VALLEE-JONCTION, QC, CANADA
DOIRON - B. ROWE - ROBERGE
Ben Rowe Wins at Autodrome Chaudiere
The AIM Recycling PASS North Super Late Models presented by Kenny U-Pull made the first rip to Canada in 2015 on Sunday, May 17th for the Frameco 150 at Autodrome Chaudiere. Veteran PASS Super Late Model Competitor Ben Rowe of Turner, ME won the event with Joey Doiron finishing second, and Kevin Roberge scoring a third place finish.

Cassius Clark of Farmington, ME had a strong run early in the event, leading the first 42 Laps. On lap 43 Joey Doiron was able to take over the lead. Doiron would lead the most laps in the Frameco 150, maintaining the spot until lap 106 when Ben Rowe took the top spot and held on to it until the Sunoco Checkered Flag waved.
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OLIVER - M. ROWE - B. ROWE
Father Outduels Son in
Battle of the Rowes at Star
-By Brandon Paul, Speed51.com Editor - Twitter: @Brandon_Paul51

64-year-old Maine racing legend Mike Rowe has been involved in his fair share of battles throughout his year's winning Super Late Model races in the Northeast. On Saturday night at Star Speedway, Rowe was involved in one of the most exhausting battles of his career as he battled it out for the lead against his son, Ben Rowe, on the quarter-mile Epping, New Hampshire bullring.

The battle was one that had fans on their feet. It was one that involved multiple taps to the back of his No. 7 Petit Motorsports machine. But in the end, it was a thrilling battle that the elder Rowe came out on top of as he fended off his son to win his second Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North event of the 2015 season.

"My spotter was telling me where he was and Ben has a little more smoke than I do, he's got a little more motor than I do," Rowe told Speed51.com powered by JEGS. "He got into me a couple times and I knew he wouldn't spin me being my kid. I am really happy for him. He had been struggling for a while and I'm just glad he's going well. It was fun racing with him whether I finished first or he did. It was an awesome race."
FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
BRYAN KRUCZE AND THE #00 TEAM
Kruczek’s First Super Late Model Win is PASS Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150
at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on 5/3

Oliver, Doiron share podium in AIM Recycling USA-sponsored class
Scarborough, ME - Bryan Kruczek of Newmarket, New Hampshire claimed his first-ever victory in a Super Late Model car in the Southern Maine Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram 150 for AIM PASS Super Late Models Saturday at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough.

Kruczek led early and late in the 150-lap grind, swapping the top spot with hometown racer Kelly Moore through the opening stages of the race, cruising with the contenders during a stretch dominated by Turner's Glen Luce, then outrunning a late charge by Dave Oliver of Standish.

Oliver made an impressive closing run that sliced Kruczek's once-healthy lead to a margin of victory of about a car length. The highlight of Oliver's charge was a move from fifth to second in less than a lap, with Mike Rowe and Johnny Clark in that mix. Joey Doiron of Berwick rallied late to score a third-place finish after starting in 12th position.
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MIKE ROWE AND THE #7 TEAM
MIKE ROWE, JOEY POLE ACE 150-LAP OPENERS AT OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
151st career main event win for Hall of Famer tops busy racing card
Oxford, ME - Mike Rowe of Turner, Maine raced to his 151st Oxford Plains Speedway main event win, earning a trip to victory lane in his maiden voyage aboard Peter Petit's lucky number 7 in AIM Recycling Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model competition at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday afternoon, while Joey 'Pole' Polewarczyk prevailed in the co-headlining ACT Late Model Tour 150-lapper.

Rowe, a 64-year-old veteran, multi-time track champion and all-around legend at the speedway where he was a track titlist a full four decades ago, waged a race-long battle with reigning series champion DJ Shaw of Conway, New Hampshire for supremacy in a thrilling 150-lapper for the ultra-quick AIM Super Late Models.

Shaw kept the pressure on through much of the opening day test, yet Rowe was able to slam the door shut and keep it that way, earning his first trip to victory lane in his first start with Petit, clearly a career highlight for the car owner.
FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
PASS To Offer Dual Championships For Northern SLM Competitors In 2015;
4 PASS National Races Announced
NAPLES, ME (December 15) - Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today a unique championship format that will be awarded to Northeastern and Canadian Super Late Model competitors in 2015. PASS Super Late Model competitors will have the opportunity to race for an overall PASS North championship, which will encompass all 16 events on the 2015 schedule, or the PASS Northeast Super Late Model championship, which will only include the 12 events scheduled in New England.

"Allowing our racers the option to compete for the overall PASS North championship or the new PASS Northeast Super Late Model championship is a big step forward for the series," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "This will allow racers who don't have the funds or time to compete in the Canadian events a chance to still race for a championship. Likewise, the 2015 PASS North titlist will truly be able to call himself short track racing's international champion."

In addition to the Northern Super Late Model champions, PASS will once again crown a PASS National Champion, determined by a combination of select events in the North and South, and the PASS South Super Late Model Champion, the Southeast's premier Super Late Model Championship.

The 2015 PASS National Championship schedule is nearly complete and will be fully released in the coming weeks. The PASS National Championship Series will begin with the Peach Blossom Special at Anderson Motor Speedway on Saturday, March 21. Hickory Motor Speedway's Easter Bunny 150 on Saturday, April 4, 2015, a 200 lapper at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY, and the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, August 30, 2015, are three of the premier events that will be included in the PASS National Championship.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America's premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com.

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PASS To Headline Historic
Super Late Model Event at
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
on July 4th & 5th, 2015
SLM RULES FOR NHMS EVENT -  PDF HERE
NAPLES, ME (February 13) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry and officials from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, along with Bob Guptill of the New England Mini Stock Tour (NEMST), announced today the addition of a historic Super Late Model event at the famed New England oval. PASS Super Late Models will tackle the 1-mile superspeedway for the first time ever on July 4-5. New Hampshire Motor Speedway will supplant North Carolina’s .625 mile North Wilkesboro Speedway as the largest speedway the PASS Super Late Models have ever competed on.

The PASS event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway becomes the fifth race announced of the 2015 PASS National Championship Series joining the Peach Blossom Special at Anderson (SC) Motor Speedway, the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory (NC) Motor Speedway, a 200 lapper at Plattsburgh, NY’s Airborne Park Speedway, and the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains (ME) Speedway.

“We could not be more thrilled than to announce this historic partnership with the folks at New Hampshire Motor Speedway,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “This event really came together in a short period of time, but we wanted to make sure our fans and competitors knew as soon as possible. We will have much more information about the race coming out within the next couple of weeks”

The race will likely be 50-75 laps long, with a final determination slated to come following a scheduled Hoosier Tire test for PASS at the speedway in May. In addition to being part of the PASS National Championship Series, the New Hampshire event will also be a PASS North Super Late Model points race as well. However, PASS North teams will now have the option to drop their lowest finish during the 2015 season.

Joining the PASS Super Late Models at New Hampshire Motor Speedway July 4 – 5 will be the NEMST Mini Stocks racing for 30 laps and a Super Sportsman race featuring “open” rules slated for 35 laps. All divisions will be allowed to practice on Saturday, July 4, with an additional practice session scheduled for Sunday, July 5. Racing action will get under way at 2 PM Sunday, July 5 with the PASS Super Late Models going green at approximately 4 PM.

More information on the PASS Super Late Models at New Hampshire Motor Speedway can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com in the coming weeks.

The 2015 PASS season will get under way on Saturday, March 7 when the PASS South Super Late Models and PASS Pro Late Models take to Dillon Motor Speedway for the 10th Annual South Carolina Clash. The PASS North Super Late Model season is slated to start on Saturday, April 18 with the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com.

Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
Kruczek Ready For Run At PASS Northeast Super Late Model Challenge in 2015
NAPLES, ME (January 12) – After two seasons of competing in a partial Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model schedule, Newmarket, NH driver Bryan Kruczek is ready to make the next step in his racing career. Kruczek will compete full-time in 2015 and hopes to contend for the new PASS Northeast Super Late Model Challenge. Unlike the overall PASS North Super Late Model series, the PASS Northeast Super Late Model Challenge will allow drivers to compete for a separate title in the United States events only. For Kruczek, 2015 presented the perfect opportunity to race for his first PASS title.

“I feel like we are making a huge step in our program this year and look forward to stepping out of the shadows in 2015,” said Kruczek of his new opportunity.
Despite only making a limited number of starts over the last two seasons, Kruczek still managed to finish 11th in PASS North points in both 2013 and 2014. In 16 starts over the last two years, Kruczek has one top five finish and three top 10’s during that span of time.

In 2015, Kruczek will once again be joined by crew chief Miles Chapman and will pilot a brand new machine out of the Dale Shaw Race Cars stable. New to the team this year will be major sponsorship from Ouellette Associates Inc. headquartered in Brunswick, ME.

While the focus for Kruczek will be on the PASS Northeast Super Late Model Challenge, the team is currently planning to compete in the PASS North event at Canada’s Autodrome Chaudiere on Saturday, May 16. Depending on the results there, Kruczek could still possibly make a run at the overall PASS North Super Late Model title in 2015.

The 2015 PASS season will get under way on Saturday, March 7 when the PASS South Super Late Models and PASS Pro Late Models take to Dillon Motor Speedway for the 10th Annual South Carolina Clash. The PASS North Super Late Model season is slated to start on Saturday, April 18 with the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
Nick Lascoula Planning Part Time
PASS North Schedule In 2015
TEAM PR - Abington, Mass - The 2015 season will find Abington racer Nick Lascoula making the leap from the weekly Late Model wars at Seekonk Speedway to a schedule of 10 Super Late Model races with the Pro All Star Series (PASS) North division, returning home to Seekonk only to run the three-race Triple Crown Series for the Pro Stocks.

The change signals a new challenge for Nick as he tries to move one step closer to realizing his NASCAR dream.

"When my team and I started talking late last season about 2015, we agreed that it was time to take a next step. We just had to figure out what the right next step was. We chose to run the PASS North Series because it's a strong, competitive series that will force me to learn to adapt to the touring style of racing where you run a different track each race. We are running 10 of their races, leaving out the ones in Canada and the one in New York because those are the furthest away for us."

What tracks will Nick be competing at, then?

"We're going to run the three races at Beech Ridge and the three at Oxford (both in Maine)," he said. "The series runs once each at Star Speedway and Lee Speedway (New Hampshire), Thunder Road (Vermont) and Speedway 95 (Maine) so we're planning to race those as well. The goal for me in all of those races is just to qualify. Then, if we qualify, to finish. For our first year, if we can do that, we're going to be fine. Anything more is a bonus!"

Nick will be back at Seekonk for all three of the Pro Stock triple crown events as well.

"We feel like we can contend for wins in those three races," the driver confirmed. "But again, the competition is strong and we're going to have to bring our best. I will also be running the three Triple Crown Legends races, I think, so it will be fun to keep a little bit of a hand in that series since we will still be supplying the parts there through Nick's Pit Stop."

Champion Spark Plugs has agreed to continue their partnership with Nick Lascoula Racing in 2015. Other partners are being solidified and will be announced shortly.

Fans can follow Nick through his Facebook page (Fans of Nick Lascuola) and his Twitter Page (@NickLascuola39).

His website is found at www.NickLascoula.com.

You can also download his driver app - Lascuola Racing - at either the I-Tunes Store or Google Play Store.

About Nick Lascuola

17-year-old Nick Lascuola has completed his rookie season of racing Late Model stock cars at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, Massachussetts while also competing for the fourth straight year in the INEX Legends Cars.

He finished 5th in Seekonk Late Model track points with four second place finishes and top fives in each of the track's 50-lap specials during the season.

He won the 2013 and 2014 Seekonk Speedway INEX Legends Car track championships.

He has won the Massachusetts state Legends Car championship three times in the last four years, wearing the crown in 2011, 2012 and 2014. He finished 9th in the Nation in 2012.

Nick set Seekonk track records this year for most wins in a season in one division with 7, most consecutive wins in one division (9) and charged his way to 20th in the track's all-time win list ahead of some of the finest competitors to ever sit in a race car, including NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winner Ron Bouchard and Modified all-star Leo Cleary.

Nick is being coached and promoted by Performance Coach Tom Baker of Team Full Throttle in Charlotte, N.C.

His marketing partners include Nick's Pit Stop, The Brake Man, Powder-Pro.net, Barrett's Haunted Mansion, Champion Spark Plugs, The Joie Of Seating, Beagle Printing, and Crow Collision.
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.
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.

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