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2014

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Sunday, August 24th
THE HIGHT CHEVROLET BUICK GMC 150

CASSIUS CLARK - WALTER HIGHT
Reigning Champion Cassius Clark Claims
First PASS Super Late Model Win This Year
in Hight 150 at Speedway 95
Hermon, Maine -- Cassius Clark of Farmington survived a rough-and-tumble finish to wrestle victory away from DJ Shaw in Sunday’s Hight Chevrolet 150 Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model race at Speedway 95 in Hermon, Maine.

Clark and Shaw, rubbing doors and fenders while trading paint in the closing laps, suffered mostly minor cosmetic damage until after the checkered flag, when contact from behind left the winner with a wrecked #77 Hight Chevrolet that never made a victory lane appearance with its triumphant driver.

Clark, looking as unhappy as any winner could in victory lane, expressed his displeasure at Shaw’s drive, even predicting “I don’t know who will be getting the big trophy in November, but I know it won’t be (Shaw).”

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE

Saturday, August 9th
SHAW - ARMINGTON - ALEXANDER
ARMINGTON TOPS PASS MODS AT OPS
Evan Armington of Lovell took the lead from New Gloucester’s Ron Henry, then held off a late challenge by Newburgh’s Scott Alexander to score victory in a special, 40-lap feature race for the visiting Pro All Stars Series Mods.

“This is one of those nights where everything went right,” the young, third-generation racer said in victory lane. Armington also thanked a kid who gave him a lucky rabbit’s foot-shaped cookie he took along for the ride.

Alexander, a serious contender for the PASS Mods championship, closed quickly once in second position, but could not catch Armington. Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire was third across the line, with the top-five rounded out by Mark Lucas of Harpswell and Livermore’s Scott McDaniel. Armington and Ryan Robbins of Dixfield scored heat race victories.
PASS MODS at OXFORD PLAINS
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 8-9-14
1) 9 - Evan Armington
2) 17 - Scott Alexander
3) 0 - Andy Shaw
4) 5 - Mark Lucas
5) 14 - Scott McDaniel
6) 36 - Ryan Robbins
7) 4 - Joshua Brown
8) 89 - Ryan Phillips
9) 05 - Ron Henry
10) 00 - JR Baril
11) 33 - Billy Dixon
12) 3 - Travis Buzzell
13) 86 - Troy Jordan
DNS - 96 - Chad Binette

Tuesday, August 5th
The
BUDWEISER
PASS 150
PASS NORTH SLM at AUTODROME CHAUDIERE
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 8-5-14
1) 51 - Kyle Busch - 150 Laps
2) 36 - Alex Labbe - 150
3) 73 - Joey Doiron - 150
4) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
5) 24 - Mike Rowe - 150
6) 7L - Glen Luce - 150
7) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
8) 77 - Cassius Clark - 150
9) 84 - Martin Latulippe - 150
10) 54 - Johnny Clark - 149
11) 80 - Donald Theetge - 149
12) 2 - Dany Poulin - 149
13) 98 - Etienne Cliche - 149
14) 10 - Michael Lavoie - 148
15) 7a - Karl Allard - 148
16) 42 - Eric St. Gelais - 148
17) 32 - Jean Duchesneau - 148
18) 97 - Jacques Poulin - 145
19) 16 - Kevin Roberge - 133
20) 30 - Alex Guenette - 106
21) 7 - Curtis Geary - 104
22) 91 - Patrick Laperle - 102
DNS - 83 - Martin Goulet Jr.
FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE

Saturday, August 2nd
PASS SPORTSMAN at OXFORD PLAINS
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 8-2-14
1) 20 - Joe Pastore
2) 4q - Ronald "Sam" Gooden
3) 43 - Dan McKeage
4) 44 - Rusty Poland
5) 60 - Scott Dorr
6) 09 - Fran Eldridge
7) 01 - Rob Drew
8) 7oz - Grant Aither
SUNDAY, JULY 20TH

THE 41ST ANNUAL  OXFORD 250,
$1,000 TO WIN PASS MODS 75 LAPS,
STREET STOCKS, LEGENDS 50 LAPS, &
OUTLAW SUPER SERIES OF MAINE 50 LAPS
A PASS SLM NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT
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THE OXFORD 250 LAP BOARD
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SPONSOR OF THE $1,000 TO WIN
PASS MODS 75 LAPS FEATURE
TWO IN A ROW FOR TRAVIS BENJAMIN
EDGES AUSTIN THERIAULT FOR OXFORD 250 WIN
The 41st running of the Oxford 250 was a crowd pleaser as sixty of the best Super Late Model teams in the country converged on the small town of Oxford, Maine to participate in the historic event. The fans were treated to over seven hundred laps of racing, with several teams collecting checkered flags, but none as happy and as excited as Travis Benjamin, whom collected his second straight $25,000 payday, plus lap money.

Forty-four Super Late Models lined up on the grid with Concord, N.C. speedster, Preston Peltier and Turner, Maine’s, Shawn Martin filling the front row when the green flag flew. Peltier jumped to lead and held the point for the first 21 laps with the exception of lap six when Kelley Moore edged him out at the stripe. Joey Doiron raced by Peltier on lap 21 and held the point for the next 66 laps with Austin Theriault, Shawn Martin, Scott Mulkern and Moore in tow. Theriault held the lead through four restarts before he and Travis Benjamin pitted for tires and fuel on lap 185, setting the stage for a storybook ending. Cassius Clark took over the lead from Theriault as pit stops completely changed the lineup around. DJ Shaw, Richie Dearborn, Scott Moore and Johnny Clark were all now in the top five and ready to challenge for the lead. Clark held the lead all the way until lap 220 when Richie Dearborn edged him to the stripe when the final caution waved.


FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
DOIRON SCORES POPULAR VICTORY IN
SOUTHERN MAINE MOTORS 150 AT BEECH RIDGE
Joey Doiron has not been setting the world on fire in the 2014 PASS North Super Late Model Series, but his luck may have just peaked at the right time as he picked up a big win in the Southern Maine Motors Firecracker 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine this past Saturday night. Doiron’s victory comes just two weeks before the biggest Super Late Model event in the Northeast, that being the 41st Annual Oxford 250 on July 20th.

Joey Polewarzyk started on the point for the main event, and set a blistering early pace as he was starting to lap cars 30 laps into the race. Glen Luce held onto second, while Austin Theriault, Doiron and Scott Mulkern settled in for a long run of green flag laps. The first caution waved on lap 56 for a minor spin in turn three. The restart saw Mulkern get the jump with Doiron glued to his back bumper. On lap 90 Mulkern slipped up in turn three allowing Doiron to slip underneath for the lead. Mulkern recovered in time to hold off a fast charging Mike Rowe, and Theriault.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE


SATURDAY, JUNE 28TH
ALEX LABBE ROLLS TO PASS SLM WIN
AT AUTODROME MONTMAGNY ON 6/28
Canadian speedster, Alex Labbe scored an impressive victory this past Saturday night at Autodrome Montmagny in Montmagny, Quebec, as he held off a race long challenge from Cassius Clark to secure the win.

One of the biggest stories of the night was just as DJ Shaw pulled onto the starting grid for the main event, something broke on the potent #60 and the oil pump seized up. Fortunately they made a quick deal with Michael Lavoie and he was able to start the race from the back of the field.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE

Sunday, June 22nd
RON HENRY, RYAN ROBBINS, EVAN ARMINGTON
RYAN ROBBINS BREAKS OUT AT HUDSON
SCORES FIRST PASS MOD WIN
Hudson International Speedway in Hudson, New Hampshire hosted the PASS Modified Tour for the first time, and race fans were treated to a very exciting race which featured some tight racing, and a wild flip on the backstretch.

Ryan Robbins and Evan Armington brought the field to green for the forty lap main event, and the pair raced side by side until the race came to an abrupt halt on lap number five as Ryan Phillips and Mark Lucas got together on the backstretch sending Phillips up and over two times coming to rest on his wheels. After a couple anxious moments, Phillips emerged from his badly damaged racer and was diagnosed with bumps and bruises and was released from medical attention. Lucas also would be done for the night.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE



JOHNNY CLARK & DANIEL HEMRIC
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Southern Stars Prep For Return
To 41st Annual Oxford 250
NAPLES, ME (June 10) � With a little less than two months before on track activities begin for the 41st Annual Oxford 250, short track racers from across North America are currently making preparations for one of the biggest events of the year. Over 70 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model teams are expected this year to attempt to make the biggest single day event in motorsports. And, with $25,000 going to the race winner, plus an additional $25,000 up for grabs in lap leader bonus money, racers will travel quite a distance to try and etch their names in the prestigious Oxford 250 record book.

When the Oxford 250 first began in 1974, it was commonplace to see legendary Southern racers like Butch Lindley, Jack Ingram, Tommy Houston, Harry Gant, Tiny Lund, and others make the trek to New England from the Carolinas. That tradition returned in 2013 when PASS South competitors such as Jay and Tate Fogleman, Daniel Hemric, Kevin Powell, and Spencer Davis traveled North to compete in their first Oxford 250. While Hemric made an impressive run from the back to finish in the top 10, it was Jay Fogleman who parlayed a third place finish in the Oxford 250 to his second straight PASS National Championship.

"I always look forward to going to the 250," said Fogleman. "It reminds me in a lot of ways of the way things were in the South during the 80s. The fans of the 250, those that come down from Canada, they love racing and it's an atmosphere that I really enjoy. The fans up there love short track racing, they appreciate good racing, and they always turn out for the 250."

Another former PASS National Champion who will be making his first trip to the Oxford 250 in 2014 will be Preston Peltier. Peltier, who grew up in California and then moved to North Carolina when he began working for Hendrick Motorsports, has been one of the stalwarts of PASS South since the series first began back in 2006. With 10 career PASS South Super Late Model wins to his credit, the series all-time wins leader is looking forward to his first experience at Oxford Plains.

"It's a place we've never been before and we're really looking forward to it," said Peltier. "We've been able to race at a few other tracks in New England similar to Oxford, so hopefully that will help. We're just hoping for some good luck."

For his first trip to the Oxford 250, Peltier will be paired with legendary car builder Robert Hamke. The duo is going for broke bringing a brand new motor, chassis, and body combination in the hopes of taking home a win. Peltier believes driving the new Hamke Dodge Challenger #74 will provide him the best opportunity to go to victory lane.

"Most of these tracks that lack grip, you don't need the horsepower, so that came into play for us going with the new motor and the Challenger body," said Peltier. "The body looks really cool so we thought we would give it a shot and see what we could do with it."

Peltier and Fogleman will not be alone in making the trip up from the South to the Oxford 250. Tate Fogleman will again join his dad as he looks to build on his 25th place finish from a year ago. Three-time PASS South winner in 2014, Daniel Hemric, will once again join the Woodman Racing team that he drove for last year to a top 10 finish. Derek Kneeland hails from New England, but lives in North Carolina and serves as a spotter for Kyle Larson with Chip Ganassi Racing. Kneeland had a strong 15th place finish in 2013 and will team with Gary Crooks Racing as he looks to build on that performance. PASS National Championship points leader Tyler Dippel will be making his Oxford 250 debut this year. The dirt modified racer from New York has adapted well to asphalt and currently sits fourth in the PASS South Super Late Model standings.

The PASS Super Late Models will not be alone in making the 41st Annual Oxford 250 a celebration of short track racing. A great slate of divisions is set to race starting on Friday, July 18 with the PASS Sportsman, PASS Modifieds, Outlaw Sportsman, Street Stocks, Rebels, Sport Trucks, Cruisers and Ladies, plus practice for the PASS Super Late Models.

On Saturday, July 19 with the PASS Super Late Models will get three rounds of practice followed by racing in the evening for the PASS Northeast Late Models, NEMA Midgets, NEMA Lites, Outlaw Sportsman, Street Stocks, Wicked Good Racers, and Classic Lights.

On Sunday, July 20, pit gates will open bright and early at 7 AM with a full day of on track activities including practice and heat race action for the PASS Super Late Models, followed by features for the PASS Modifieds, Outlaw Series, Street Stocks, Legends, and the 41st Annual Oxford 250.

Entries are continuing to come into the Pro All Stars Series offices and will be updated periodically leading up to the race.

Saturday, June 7th - 7 PM
JOHNNY CLARK BACK ON TRACK
AFTER SPEEDWAY 660 VICTORY
Johnny Clark has been battling for a win all season long on the PASS North Series, as he has had numerous top three finishes, as well as being in contention for the win every time out, but the checkered flag had eluded him until this past Saturday night as he edged out DJ Shaw and Joey Doiron to carry the checkered flag at Speedway 660 in Fredericton, NB, Canada. Shaw, who was trying to be the first PASS North driver to ever win four races in a row, fell short to Clark’s monumental victory. Ironically, it was Speedway 660 where Johnny Clark scored his last win in 2012.

Numerous early cautions kept the 150 lap event from gaining any rhythm, as Eric St. Gelais and Matt Matheson brought out a pair of early cautions for minor spins. Lap 10 saw Martin Latullipe leading the way, and was solidly out front until Matheson got up high on the backstretch, and flew into the bank just beyond the track exit, flipping his racecar onto its roof. Once they righted the car, Matheson got out on his own power, but was taken to the hospital for observation.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES - SUNDAY, JUNE 1st
J.R. BARIL AND RUSTY POLAND
PASS MODS AND PASS SPORTSMAN
WINNERS AT OPS BUDWEISER RACE 6/1
The PASS MODS and PASS Sportman divisions were featured races at Oxford Plains Speedway Sunday afternoon June 1st on Budweiser day.

J.R. Baril led the entire forty lap PASS Mod main event as he dominated the race for his first career PASS Mod victory. The battle for second wasn’t decided until the start/finish line as Ryan Robbins nipped Doug McClure in a near photo finish. Travis Buzzell and Josh Brown rounded out the top five. Baril and Billy Dixon won their respective qualifiers.

Rusty Poland scored an impressive victory in the PASS Sportsman 50 lap main event. Poland easily outdistanced Joe Pastore Jr., Nathan Leavitt, Dan McKeage and Scott Dorr. Leavitt and Pastore Jr. won the two qualifying rounds.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
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Saturday, May 31st - 5 PM
The   150
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JOEY POLEWARCZYK - DJ SHAW - JOHNNY CLARK
DJ SHAWS WINS THIRD STRAIGHT
PASS NORTH EVENT AT WMMP
Red hot DJ Shaw picked up his third consecutive PASS North win this past Saturday night in the Littleton Chevrolet 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire.

Glen Luce and Joey Polewarcyzk brought the twenty-four car field to the green flag, and the race was on. Luce jumped to the point and held the lead til lap 76 when Joey Pole tangled with a lapped car bringing out the first caution of the night.

On the ensuing restart, Luce and Richie Dearborn made up the front row with Jeremy Davis, DJ Shaw and Travis Stearns rounding out the top five. At the drop of the green, the front row got together sending Dearborn #33 hard into the front stretch wall and Luce spinning in turn one. Dearborn was unhurt but his car was finished for the night.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE

Sunday, May 18th
The 150
MIKE ROWE - DJ SHAW - JOHNNY CLARK
DJ SHAW MAKES IT TWO
PASS WINS IN A ROW
DEFEATS SOLID FIELD AT AUTODROME CHAUDIERE
Once again a PASS Super Late Model race had to be postponed due to weather this past Saturday at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee Junction, Quebec, but the PASS North Tour danced around Sunday between sprinkles and put on a tremendous show with a solid crowd, and a full field of PASS Super Late Models for the Frameco 150.

It was an all Canadian front row as Patrick Laperle and Donald Theetge brought the field to green. The caution waved early, as on lap four, Ben Rowe’s bad luck continued as he cut down a tire putting him several laps off the pace. After a couple of minor spins, the field settled in as the Laperle / Theetge battle continued until lap 50 when Johnny Clark, Mike Rowe and DJ Shaw drove around the outside of the leaders.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE

Saturday, May 10th - Heats 4:45 PM
MIKE ROWE - DJ SHAW - RICHIE DEARBORN
DJ SHAW WINS EXCITING
STAR SPEEDWAY 150
DJ Shaw scored his second Pro All Stars Series main event for 2014 this past Saturday night at Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire, as he survived a torrid battle with Cassius Clark and then Richie Dearborn to claim the Star Speedway 150. Shaw has now captured a PASS South and a PASS North victory this season as he won the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Speedway on Easter Sunday.

Derek Ranstrom and Johnny Clark brought the field to green with Ranstrom controlling the lead until the first caution flew for a Tyler Fiscus spin in turn two. On the ensuing restart Johnny Clark got the jump, with Wayne Helliwell Jr. in hot pursuit. Clark led the way until caution flew again as Scott Dragon and Curtis Gerry tangled in turn four. Clark got the jump again and opened up a three car length advantage when Helliwell suddenly fell off the pace and pitted for the remainder of the event. This allowed DJ Shaw to pull into second, Ranstrom was third followed by Cassius Clark and Joey Doiron.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
AUSTIN THERIAULT - MIKE ROWE - TRAVIS BENJAMIN 
MIKE ROWE SCORES POPULAR
PASS NORTH WIN AT
BEECH RIDGE MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Turner, Maine’s Mike Rowe took over the lead on a lap 101 restart and cruised home to victory in the Southern Maine Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep 150 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine this past Saturday afternoon. The legendary veteran edged out Travis Benjamin and Austin Theriault for the win.

Threatening weather forced the PASS North Super Late Models to move their feature up in the schedule as ominous skies were looming over the horizon. Scott Mulkern got the jump on the start as the young gun, Reid Lanpher spun his tires on the initial start allowing Mulkern, Austin Theriault and Ben Rowe to race by him on lap one. An early caution for a slowing car in turn two forced a restart once again. Mulkern was a rocket as he jumped to the front and never looked back as several drivers were contending for the top five positions including Theriault, Cassius Clark, Mike Rowe, and Tony Ricci. The field stayed in that order until lap 75 when Rowe slipped by Clark for the third spot and winner of the PASS opener, Travis Benjamin cracked the top five.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE



DJ SHAW - TRAVIS BENJAMIN - RICHIE DEARBORN
TRAVIS BENJAMIN WINS DELAYED
PASS NORTH OPENER
It may have taken Travis Benjamin an extra day, but the wait was worth it as he scored a popular win in the season opening Ripley and Fletcher Ford PASS 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine on Sunday afternoon. The race was actually scheduled to take place on Saturday, but due to steady rains the event was postponed until Sunday. The race was even in doubt for Sunday, as the showers persisted until late morning. After a lengthy track drying process, qualifying began around 1:15, and you could tell that the thirty-five PASS Super Late Models in attendance were anxious and ready. DJ Shaw, Joey Doiron and Trevor Sanborn claimed wins in the highly competitive qualifying rounds.

Shaw, fresh off his win in the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory, bolted to the lead and held the point til lap 7 when Trevor Sanborn grabbed the lead. Scott Mulkern raced to the lead on lap 11 and held it until Trevor Sanborn raced by. Sanborn’s lead was short lived as Richie Dearborn took the top spot on lap 65 and was on cruise control through lap 130. At that point, Dearborn, Benjamin and Shaw picked up the pace dramatically and pulled away from the rest of the field.

FULL RACE PAGE with RESULTS/PHOTOS HERE
TIM BRACKETT FILES FIRST ENTRY
FOR 2014 OXFORD 250
With the 2014 edition of the Oxford 250 lurking just over the horizon on July 20, 2014, the first entrant has filed his application for the crown jewel event. Buckfield, Maine's, Tim Brackett has filed the number one entry and is very proud to be the first entrant of this year's edition.

"We have been in the sport of auto racing since 1978, the 52 year old racer explained. We love racing as a family here at the Track, and always look forward to the Oxford 250. We had a great run in 2013, and can't wait for the big race in 2014. I finished sixth last year, and can hopefully crack at least a top five this year!"

Brackett has a pair of OPS championships under his belt, the 2005 Pro Stock title, and the 2010 Late Model championship, and has great family ties with Oxford, as his son TJ won the Pro Late Model championship in 2013, and finished 14th in last year's 250, while Tim placed second in the final standings, and Tim's daughter Vanna finished third in the standings, and also was the first female to win a premiere division feature at Oxford. The family also set a record for the first time a family finished one, two & three in the Track's premiere division's final point standings.

This year's edition of the Oxford 250 will take place on the July 17th to July 20th weekend. There will be a special night of racing on Thursday, July 17th, as the schedule for that day's events will be announced in the near future. Friday night will be Sun Journal Newspaper night featuring the PASS Mods, PASS Sportsman and several other support divisions. Dunkin' Donuts headlines Saturday's huge card of racing with Round #2 of the new PASS Northeast Late Model Series going 125 laps for $4,000 to win, or the option of taking $3,000 to win and having a guaranteed starting spot in Sunday's Oxford 250. Joining the PASS Northeast Late Model Series will be NEMA Midgets, The NEMA Lites, Northeast Classic Lites Dwarf Cars, Wicked Good Vintage Racing and support divisions. The granddaddy of them all, the Oxford 25, headlines the giant weekend of racing as Super Late Models from throughout the United States and Canada will converge on Oxford Plains Speedway's 3/8 mile speed plant for the giant purse that will await the winner after 250 green flag laps of racing. The day will also feature a 75 lap, $1,000 to win PASS Mod event plus Street Stocks and a 50 lap NELCAR Legends National Championship event.



EMMA LIBBY READY TO EMBARK ON
PASS SPORTSMAN CAREER
When you first look at this petite, sweet, innocent, sixteen year old blonde named Emma Libby, you say to yourself, there is a very athletic young lady that is quite shy, and reserved. WHOAAAA! This young lady is a racer true and true, and one to be reckoned with, backing off from nobody.

Libby who is a sophomore at Orono High School is working feverishly with her family as they prepare to take on the challenging PASS Sportsman class in 2014. Emma has already had a successful career at Speedway 95 as she was the 2012 champion in their highly competitive Mini-Stock division, and graduated to their Street Stock class in 2013 and placed a respectable 5th in the final point standings. For 2014 her plan is to run the full PASS Sportsman schedule, as well as compete in the Speedway 95 Sportsman class when time allows.

Libby works daily in the family business after school, and also is learning the racing parts business that the family has recently added. This works out well as she gets a better understanding about the parts in a racecar, and also how they work. She spends every possible minute working race related deals, and when the store closes down, it�s garage time with her dad, Ed Libby. Their immaculate PASS Sportsman car was built by her and her dad, and she has loved and appreciated every minute in the garage with her father. She is definitely dad�s little princess.

Emma has set some solid goals for herself and the team in 2014. She wants to be competitive every time she hits the track, and she is hoping for some top five, and top three finishes, and who knows, maybe even a win. Her long term goals include graduating up to a PASS Super Late Model, and then maybe some PASS South racing, and maybe advance to a bigger world. All in all Emma Libby is looking forward to making a big splash in her PASS Sportsman, and she very well may achieve some, if not most of her goals in 2014. Emma is her name, and racing is her game!

The PASS NORTH Tour kicks open their doors at Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, April 12th at 2 PM.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014
SEASONS EVENT & CONFERENCE CENTER
 Portland, ME
PASS NORTH SLM Champion Cassius Clark
PASS MODS Champion Scott Alexander
PASS SPORTSMAN Champion Carey Martin
CASSIUS CLARK, SCOTT ALEXANDER, CAREY MARTIN HONORED AT
2013 PASS NORTH BANQUET
Over two hundred drivers, crewmembers, sponsors, family members and supporters of the Pro All Stars Series, gathered to honor the champions and top finishers at the 2013 "Night of Champions" awards banquet held at the Seasons Event and Conference Center in Portland, Maine.

After being treated to a delicious meal, PASS President, Tom Mayberry stepped to the podium and addressed the crowd by thanking them for their support in 2013. Mayberry also thanked Scott Reed for his years of support and dedication to the PASS Series and then introduced and welcomed Charlie and Jamie Rockwell to the PASS Tech team. Mayberry laid out his plans for 2014 and wished everyone a very successful racing campaign this season.

Specialty awards were first on the agenda. They included:

Most Improved Drivers:
PASS Sportsman - Rusty Poland
PASS Mods - Travis Buzzell
Pass Super Late Models - Joey Doiron

Rookie of the Year:
PASS Sportsman - Richard Burgess
PASS Mods - Evan Armington
Pass Super Late Models - Curtis Gerry

Lifetime Achievement Award:
Walter Hight

PASS Series awards were next on the agenda, and each divisions champions and competitors were honored. North Bridgeton, Maine's, Carey Martin was honored as the 2013 PASS Sportsman champion. Martin secured his championship by picking up a pair of victories, and six top five finishes in the seven events run. The top five included Martin, Rusty Poland, Joe Pastore, Dan McKeage and Nathan Leavitt.

Scott Alexander proudly carried the PASS Mod championship awards back to his hometown of Newburgh, Maine. Alexander captured his championship by being consistent all season as he failed to win a race, but had the most top five finishes with eight in twelve race starts. Rounding out the PASS Mod top five were Travis Buzzell, Mitch Miller, Scott McDaniel and Mike Carignan.

Farmington, Maine's, Cassius Clark edged out Joey Doiron and DJ Shaw for the 2013 Pass North Super Late Model Championship. Clark held off Doiron by a mere four points, and Shaw by just five. Clark also had a very solid championship season as he collected a pair of wins, nine top fives, and eleven top ten's in twelve starts. Completing the top five was the 2012 PASS North champion Travis Benjamin, followed by Ben Rowe.
FULL PICTURE PAGE HERE


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PIT STOP CHALLENGE FOR 2ND TIME
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