PASS MODS TOP THREE - L TO R:
Andy Shaw #66, 2nd:
SLM TOP THREE - L TO R:
Johnny Clark #54, 2nd;
Winner Mike Rowe #2;
Rowe #48, 3rd.
OFFICIAL BASTILLE 200 RESULTS - 7/13/10
1 - 2 - Mike Rowe -
2 - 54 - Johnny Clark -
3 - 48 - Ben Rowe - Turner, ME
4 - 60 - DJ Shaw - Center Conway,
33 - Richie Dearborn - Hollis, ME
6 - 75 - Gary Smith - Bangor, ME
7 - 44 - Trevor Sanborn - E.
8 - 47 - Kelley Moore -
9 - 7 - Donnie Whitten - Wells,
- 35 - Derek Ramstrom - W. Boylston, MA
11 - 73 - Joey Doiren - Berwick,
- 10 - Scott Dragon - Milton, VT
- 71 Gary Drew , Otisfield ME
14 - 85 -
Nick Ribbe - Kingston, MA
15 - 17 - Travis Benjamin -
16 - 17a - Scott
17 - 14m - Matt Frahm - North
18 - 98 - Adam Bates - Warner, NH
19 - 58x - Ryan Vanesse
20 - JR Baril
21 - 8 - Cassius Clark -
22 - 1 - Randy Turner - Unity ME
4x - Rich Eaton
24 - 77 - Scott Chubbuck
- Dresden, ME
Winner Wayne Whitten Jr. #2; and Scott
McDaniel #14, 3rd.
OFFICIAL PASS MODS 40 RESULTS - 7/13/10
|1 - Wayne Whitten Jr.
2 - Andy Shaw
3 - Scott McDaniel
4 - Bill Dixson
5 - Sulo Burbank
8 - Alan Wilson
- Mitch Miller
- Jon Brill
- Rich Ferreira
- Charlie Small
PASS SPORTSMAN TOP THREE - L TO R: Grant
Aither #7oz, 2nd;
Winner Michael Landry #40; and Jimmy
Russell #13, 3rd.
OFFICIAL SPORTSMAN 75 RESULTS - 7/13/10
|1 - Mike
2 - Grant Aither
3 - Jim
4 - Nate Leavitt
5 - Dan
6 - Nilly Childs Jr.
8 - Mark MacGiver
10 - Carey Martin
12 - Bob Emery
13 - 90 Dana Reed
14 - Bill Ahern
Steve Bennett Sr.
16 - Frank Wear
18 - RJ Austin
20 - Chris Watson
22 - Clyde Hennessey
DNS - Jesse Bousquet
DNS - Matt Stewart
Mike Rowe Captures PASS Bastille 200
Landry Claim Mod and Sportsman Wins
|Naples ME (7/14/10)
Mike Rowe stole the lead from Johnny Clark on a restart
with twelve laps to go to capture the Pro ALL Stars
Series (PASS) Bastille 200 at Lee (NH) USA Speedway
Tuesday night. Clark had to settle for second; Ben Rowe
raced under the checkers third. DJ Shaw and Richie
Dearborn completed the top five.
like he was on his way to PASS North win number four of
2010, setting a blistering pace that left the field in
another zip code over the second half of the 200 lap
grind. But Mike Rowe was lurking inside the top ten all
night long and he turned on the jets with fifty laps to
go in an effort to chase down the leader. Still, it
looked like his effort would come up one spot short
until the final yellow flag of the night flew. The pair
let it all hang out on the restart and Rowe took over
for good after a little contact between the pair coming
out of turn three.
Kelly Moore led a bunch of
laps early on until Gary Smith snatched the lead from
Moore under green. Both drivers slid back as the night
wore on, Smith settling for sixth and Moore eighth at
the end of 200 green flag laps. Travis Benjamin made a
surprise appearance behind the wheel of one of Richard
Moody Racing’s rides and he was spectacular, taking the
lead from Johnny Clark on lap 78. Benjamin paced the
field until lap 99 when a flat tire ended his run,
handing the lead back to Smith.
stops left just two cars circling the speedway, and
Johnny Clark quickly dispatched Rookie Joey Doiron and
Scott Dragon to reassume the lead. That’s the way it
went for ninety laps until Rowe got his shot at Clark
and the win on the nights’ final restart.
margin of victory was .386 seconds. Seven cars completed
all 200 laps in a face paced race that was slowed by
four caution periods. Derek Ramstrom, Scott Chubbuck and
Kelly Moore each won a qualifying race.
Whitten Jr. knows his way around the Lee oval and he
proved it once again, winning the PASS Mod feature after
a 20 lap duel with Andy Shaw. Rich Ferriera looked
strong in the first half of the event until he gave up
the lead to Whitten and retired shortly thereafter.
Scott McDaniel, Bill Dixon, Sulo Burbank and Leo
Oliveira came under the checkers third through sixth.
Showers set in just prior to the start of the 75 lap
PASS Sportsman feature but a determined effort by the
LEE USA track crew and the drivers themselves got the
feature on track after a short delay. R.J. Austin and
Dan McKeage were scheduled to lead the field to the
green but McKeage had a soft right rear that forced a
pit stop and a start at the tail end of the field.
Austin led twenty six laps from the green but the final
fifty laps became a battle between home track ace Grant
Aither and PASS sportsman regular Mike Landry. The pair
raced nose to tail, Aither holding down the point until
a lap 63 restart gave Landry the opportunity he was
looking for. Landry raced Aither side by side until lap
67 when he put his ride out front for good.
Second went to Aither, with Jim Russell and Nate Leavitt
third and fourth. Dan McKeage came from the back of the
field for a fine fifth.