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Fall Foliage 250 - Sunday, Oct. 15th

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L to R: Cassius Clark, 2nd; Winner  Ben Rowe; Mike Rowe, 3rd

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Official Finish

1

4

Ben Rowe

Turner, ME

Richard Moody & Sons
Construction Co. LLC
2

8

Cassius Clark

Farmington, ME

EJP Pipeline Services
3

24

Mike Rowe

Turner, ME

P. T. Watts
4

54

Johnny Clark

Hallowell, ME

VIP Parts, Tires, & Service
5

33

Richie Dearborn

Hollis, ME

Chadwick BaRoss
6

67

Gordie Ryan

Truro, NS

Dexter Construction
7 7 Curtis Gerry Waterboro, ME Saco Bay Tackle
8 47m Kelly Moore Scarborough, ME NAPA Auto Parts
9 88 George Koskulics New Glasgow, NS Pioneer Coal
10

29

Scott Chubbuck

Brunswick, ME

Cushman Competition
11

47

Corey Williams

Boothbay, ME

Aegis Investigations
12 89 Don Chisholm Antigonish, NS Nova Construction
13 35r Derek Ramstrom Worcester, MA West Boylston Auto Parts
14 53 Alan Wilson Hebron, ME Wheeler's Market
15 19v Darren Vanderaa PEI Walter Piccott Chevy
16 62 Sheldon Pemberton Dartmouth, NS Fraserway RV Center
17 84 Scott Mulkern Falmouth, ME Community Pharmacies
18 81 Bobby White Kennetcook, NS Russell White Lumber,
Stuart Pontiac
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17

Travis Benjamin

Morrill, ME

Irving Oil
20

11

Marty Prevost

Fall River, NS

MEGA, Ocean Truck
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13

Rollie MacDonald

Pictou, NS

King Freight Lines
22

15

Scott Alexander

Dartmouth, NS

Fraserway R.V. Centre
23

02

Mike MacKenzie

Dartmouth, NS

Forbes Chev-Olds
24 01 Dean MacInnis Shawnee, KS Ideal Concrete
25

8t

Alan Tardiff

Lyman, ME

S & T Rentals
26 44s Wayne Smith Halifax, NS Trax Construction,
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John Flemming

Halifax, NS

The Roofing Connection
It’s The Rowes and the Clarks at Antigonish

October 15, 2006 (Naples, ME) It was a day late but not short of anything as the PASS North Super Late Model Series visited Riverside Speedway in Antigonish, Nova Scotia for the first time for the Fall Foliage 250. The rains came early Saturday and washed out any attempt to get the show in, but close to 6,000 Maritime race fans came back on a sunny Sunday afternoon to see the best from the Carquest Maritime Pro Stock Series mix it up with the visiting Pass North Super Late Model Series.

Corey Williams of Boothbay, ME set a new track record on the ultra fast high banks of the newly rebuilt Riverside Speedway with a blistering 13.805 second lap in time trials, and as it sometimes happens Corey ended up on the pole after the redraw and Dash race

When the green fell shortly after 1PM it was Travis Benjamin in the Irving Oil #17 jumping to the lead from the outside pole with Corey settling in behind. After two quick yellows for debris and a spin by the #19V of Darren Vanderaa of Price Edward Island and the #81 of Bobby White of Kennetcook, NS, the field settled down as Travis took the lead again with Corey second, Scott Mulkern in the Community Pharmacies #84 third, the #02 of Mike MacKenzie of Montague Gold Mines, NS fourth, and the NAPA #47M of Kelly Moore of Scarborough, ME fifth.

On lap 11, the S & t Rentals #8T of Alan Tardif of Lyman, ME and the #44 of Wayne Smith of Timberlea, NS tangled in turn one, effectively ending the day for Tardif. Williams and Benjamin traded the lead several times with Mulkern solidly in third as the filed settled in for a long green-flag run

On lap 63, Williams reclaimed the lead with Mulkern following him through on the low side with the #4 of Ben Rowe coming along for the ride. Rowe moved past Mulkern on lap 70 for second as Benjamin started to fade back with electrical problems and had to pit under green on lap 78 to chase the electrical gremlins.

At the 100 lap mark, it was Williams, Ben Rowe, Mulkern, points leader Johnny Clark in the #54 fourth, Cassius Clark in the EJP #8 fifth, the #13 of Rollie MacDonald of Pictou, NS, the #24 of Mike Rowe, Richie Dearborn of Hollis, ME in the #33, Donald Chisholm of Antigonish, NS, and Gordie Ryan of Truro, NS in the #67 rounding out the top ten.

Dearborn in the top ten is a story of its own. Richie blew his motor in the final practice session Saturday, but with a motor borrowed from Johnny Clark and help from just about every team in the pits, both PASS and Maritimers, the Dearborn team was ready to race.

With the competition yellow scheduled for lap `125, Ben Rowe decided that lap 110 was the time to take the lead as he got under Williams going into turn three and came out of turn four with the lead. But Williams wasn’t done as he came back on lap 113 to take the lead after three laps of side-by side racing, but Ben took the point again two laps later.

At the halfway mark, it was Ben Rowe, Williams, Johnny Clark third, Mulkern fourth, Cassius fifth, and Mike Rowe sixth. After the ten minute break, it was Ben and Corey leading the restart with Travis Benjamin back after major repairs and many laps down.

On lap 130, Johnny Clark moves past Williams for second as the #13 of MacDonald, Mulkern, and Mike Rowe tangle on the frontstretch but all three veterans keep going, but on lap 138 the caution flew again as MacDonald had a fire under the car and had to retire to the pits for the day.

On the restart, Johnny Clark and Ben went side by side down for three laps until Johnny took over down the backstretch on lap 141, but on a lap 149 restart Ben took the lead. Cassius Clark was starting to make some noise and on lap 155 went by Johnny for second.

A spin in turn four by Corey Williams after contact with another car on lap 167 brought out the yellow, the inside row of Ben and Johnny moved out past the outside line of Cassius and Mulkern, but on lap 189 Cassius got by Johnny for second, and at the 175 lap mark Dearborn moved to fourth past Mulkern with Donald Chisholm sixth.

Chisholm was forced to pit on lap 200 out of sixth place with electrical problems, killing any chance for a top five finish as he lost two laps in the pits.

Mike Rowe was starting to assert himself and moved into the top five with less than fifty laps to go as he worked his way back to the front after a tire change on the lap 167 yellow.

On lap 247 the final yellow came out as Dearborn and Johnny Clark tangled going into turn one with Scott Mulkern into the turn one wall. Clark was able to keep going and after a quick visit to the pits to pull off the right-front fender Dearborn was back for the green. white, checker finish.

At the line, it was Ben, Cassius, Mike Rowe, Johnny Clark, Dearborn, Gordie Ryan, Curtis Gerry in the #7 with a solid seventh-place run, Kelly Moore, George Koszkulics of New Glasgow, NS in the #88 ninth, and Scott Chubbuck in the #29 tenth.

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The New Riverside Speedway - Antigonish, Nova Scotia - Sunday, 10/15
Fall Foliage 250

Fall Foliage 250 Starting Grid

47 17
02 84
47m 54
8 4
44s 24
89 8t
67 15
88 33
29 53
19v 7
13 97
81 11
01 35r
62 -

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Fast Time Trialer - Corey Williams - 13.804

# - Time
47 - 13.804
54 - 13.805
8c - 13.805
4 - 13.823
47m - 13.920
17 - 13.931
02 - 13.942
84 - 13.959
44s - 13.969
# - Time
15 - 13.971
29 - 13.975
24 - 13.987
88 - 13.992
33 - 14.019
67 - 14.071
8t - 14.089
89 - 14.161

7 - 14.166
# - Time
19v - 14.225
53 - 14.228
81 - 14.245
11 - 14.274
01 - 14.398
35r - 14.769
62 - 15.284
97 - -
13 - -

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Heat One Winner - Wayne Smith

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Heat Two Winner - Mike Rowe

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Dash Winner - Johnny Clark

Heat 1 - 44s - 89 - 67 - 88 - 29 -19v - 13 - 81 - 01 - 62
Heat 2- 24 - 8t - 15 - 33 - 53 - 7 - 97 - 11 - 35r
Dash - 54 - 47 - 17 - 8 - 4 - 02 - 84 - 47m

FALL FOLIAGE 250 ENTRY LIST

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01 Dean MacInnis Shawnee, KS Ideal Concrete

02

Mike MacKenzie

Dartmouth, NS

Forbes Chev-Olds

4

Ben Rowe

Turner, ME

Richard Moody & Sons
Construction Co. LLC
7 Curtis Gerry Waterboro, ME Saco Bay Tackle

8

Cassius Clark

Farmington, ME

EJP Pipeline Services

8t

Alan Tardiff

Lyman, ME

S & T Rentals

11

Marty Prevost

Fall River, NS

MEGA, Ocean Truck

13

Rollie MacDonald

Pictou, NS

King Freight Lines

15

Scott Alexander

Dartmouth, NS

Fraserway R.V. Centre

17

Travis Benjamin

Morrill, ME

Irving Oil
19v Darren Vanderaa PEI Walter Piccott Chevy

24

Mike Rowe

Turner, ME

Pullen Heavy Industries

29

Scott Chubbuck

Brunswick, ME

Cushman Competition

33

Richie Dearborn

Hollis, ME

Chadwick BaRoss
35r Derek Ramstrom Worcester, MA West Boylston Auto Parts
44s Wayne Smith Halifax, NS Trax Construction,
Color Your World

47

Corey Williams

Boothbay, ME

Aegis Investigations
47m Kelly Moore Scarborough, ME NAPA Auto Parts
53 Alan Wilson Hebron, ME Wheeler's Market

54

Johnny Clark

Hallowell, ME

VIP Parts, Tires, & Service
62 Sheldon Pemberton Dartmouth, NS Fraserway RV Center

67

Gordie Ryan

Truro, NS

Dexter Construction
81 Bobby White Kennetcook, NS Russell White Lumber,
Stuart Pontiac
84 Scott Mulkern Falmouth, ME Community Pharmacies
88 George Koskulics New Glasgow, NS Pioneer Coal
89 Don Chisholm Antigonish, NS Nova Construction

97

John Flemming

Halifax, NS

The Roofing Connection
PASS North Super Late Model Series

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EFFECTIVE FOR FALL FOLIAGE 250 on OCT. 13-14

Naples, ME (October 8, 2006) After reviewing race procedures and some safety concerns for the Riverside Fall Foliage 250 on October 13th – 14th at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, the following adjustments will be made to the PASS race procedures for this event.

- There will be a mandatory short halftime break to allow teams to review their race setups and make adjustments.

- We will return to the time trial qualifying procedure used in the 2005 season to set the qualifying heat races. The top ten qualifiers on time will have a Dash race to determine the first ten starting positions in the Fall Foliage 250. This season’s PASS feature winners who qualify in the top ten on time will be racing for their starting positions in the top ten, however, they will be placed at the rear of the other Dash participants for the start of the feature. The most recent feature winner will still be placed behind the other 2006 feature winners if they qualify in the top ten.

- All other competitors qualifying in time trials out of the top ten will be positioned in the heat races according to their time trials.

- Carquest Tour competitors will be allowed to use the same rules package used at the Scotia Speedworld races when using their Blue Shock package.

- Update: Points WILL be awarded for the dash and the heats.

Thank You,
Tom Mayberry, PASS Race Director
Paul Johnson, PASS Tech. Director

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Riverside: Area In Red Has Been Set Aside As Reserved Seating

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PASS GETS READY TO HEAD
NORTH OF THE BORDER TO RIVERSIDE 10/13-14

With less than two weeks remaining until the reprise of what was once the most prestigious stock race on the East coast of Canada, management at Riverside Speedway are eagerly anticipating a rapid return to the top for the Riverside Fall Foliage 250. The event goes October 13-14 at the pristine facility that in just two races this year since their reopening, has attracted the largest crowds and car counts seen at Maritime race tracks in many years.

The Riverside Fall Foliage 250 weekend should be no exception. With the feature event being round 12 of 13 on the exciting and popular Pro All Stars (PASS) schedule - and with the series championship point standings seeing a 10-point spread between the top two contenders (Johnny Clark and Mike Rowe, 2125 and 2115, respectively) - and similar spreads throughout the standings, action should be fierce when the hard charging racers hit the historical high banks of Riverside.

Preliminary expectations from PASS are that as many as 20 PASS North teams will make the long haul to James River from New England. The lure of the track itself has created "a buzz" among series full-time and part-time teams attracting not only series regulars in the chase for their championship, but also PASS Outlaw division teams that are planning to move into the North series full time in 07.

As is always the case when PASS comes to Canada, the local contingent will be out in full force to defend their home turf. Track officials expect as many as 16 Maritime race teams to enter the event including three-time and current CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour champion John Flemming (Halifax) and 2005 CARQUEST Tour champ Rollie MacDonald (Pictou), along with CARQUEST Tour race winners Donald Chisholm (Antigonish), George Koszkulics (New Glasgow) and Gordie Ryan (Wellington). Scott Alexander (Dartmouth), winner of the inaugural Canadian PASS event at Scotia Speedworld in 2000, will field both of his racecars, with the driver of the second car to be announced in the coming days.
Koszkulics will drive an entry fielded by Chisholm bearing number 88, to commemorate the car number raced by Donald's father and Riverside Speedway track owner, John Chisholm. MacDonald has recently returned from North Carolina where the car he crashed September 16 was repaired.

With more than $46,000 U.S. on the line, including $7,000 U.S. to win the pro stock feature, action will be the attraction. A practice session at the 3/8-mile high banked oval last Saturday saw lap times in the 14-second flat range - the track record set at the September 16 CARQUEST Tour event is 14.373-seconds. The PASS entry blank shows provisions for 32 starting spots.

Besides the pro stocks, the weekend schedule sees the Pepsi Twin 50s for sportsman division racers and fans. Thirty-two of the top sportsman racers in the Maritimes have already entered the event which features a $10,000 purse, to be divided between finishers in two 50-lap features and an overall point fund for the two races combined. Besides top sportsman names like 2006 Scotia Speedworld sportsman division champ Craig Slaunwhite (Shubenacadie), Graham Hann (New Glasgow), Laurie Cormier (Moncton, NB), the sportsman entry list sees familiar pro stock names like Shawn Turple (Enfield) and Lonnie Sommerville (Saint John, NB). Practice times for sportsman cars last Saturday were at the 16-second mark, shaving over a full second off previous sportsman division laps on the old surface.

The event format sees PASS qualifying races, Pepsi Twin 50 sportsman qualifying races and the first of two 50-lap sportsman features on Friday, October 13 starting at 6:30 p.m. On Saturday October 14, racing gets underway at 3:30 p.m. with sportsman heat races, a final 15-minute PASS practice session, the second leg of the sportsman Pepsi Twin 50s, and the Riverside Fall Foliage 250 for the pro stocks. Pre-race festivities for the 250 are planned to start at 6 p.m. with the green flag at 6:15 p.m.

A limited number of reserved seats are now available for October 13-14. Two day passes are being sold by Ticket Atlantic either online at TicketAtlantic.com or at their box office locations (call 902.451.1221 for details). Reserved two day passes are $50 for adults and $20 for youth aged 15 and under. A $3 service charge per ticket applies to Ticket Atlantic purchases and an additional $4 per order fee applies to online purchases.

The center four sections of the grandstand have been numbered for the reserved seating.

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