for the Super Late Models - 40 Laps for the PASS Mods
Top Three SLM at Spud: L to R - Trevor Sanborn
Winner Johnny Clark #54; and Scott
Chubbuck #77, 3rd.
SLM Official Finish - Spud - Saturday,
1. 54 - Johnny Clark, Farmingdale, Maine
44 - Trevor Sanborn, Parsonsfield, Maine
77 - Scott Chubbuck, Dresden, Maine
4. 71 -
Gary Drew, Gorham, Maine
5. 48 - Ben Rowe,
6. 7 - Donnie Whitten, Wells,
7. 85 - Nick Ribbe, Kingston, Mass.
8. 17a - Scott Alexander, Orrington, Maine
28 - Kirk Thibeau, Fort Fairfield, Maine
98 - Adam Bates, Warner, New Hampshire
- Randy Turner, Unity, Maine
12. 38 - Connor
Thibeau, Fort Fairfield, Maine
13. 75 - Gary
Smith, Bangor, Maine
14. 8 - Cassius Clark,
15. 17 - Travis Benjamin,
16. 11 - Sterling Marlin,
DNS - 73 - Joey Doiron,
DNS - 21 - Dustin Hubbard,
Top Three MODS at Spud: L to R - Andy Shaw #66,
Winner Alan WIlson #53; and Scott McDaniel #14,
MODS Official Finish - Spud - Saturday,
1. 53 - Alan Wilson, Hebron, Maine
2. 14 -
Scott McDnaiel, Farmington, Maine
3. 66 - Andy Shaw,
Center Conway, NewHampshire
4. 56 - Mike Mayberry,
5. 77 - Jon Brill, Bridgton, Maine
6. 33 - Billy Dixon, East Waterboro, Maine
7. 6 -
Kevin Douglass, Sidney, Maine
8. 50 - Sumner
Sessions, Norway, Maine
9. 28 - Mark Lundblad,
Conway, New Hampshire
DQ - 2 - Wayne Whitten, Jr.,
JOHNNY CLARK BEST AT INAGURAL PASS SLM RACE
AT SPUD SPEEDWAY
Prevails in PASS Mods
Limestone, Maine – Farmingdale, Maine’s Johnny
Clark took another step toward winning his fifth Pro All
Stars Series North Super Late Model championship with
his victory in the first-ever trip to Spud Speedway for
PASS racers last Saturday night, August 21st.
Clark’s step toward the title was a small one, as his
chief rival for the 2010 title, Ben Rowe of Turner,
Maine, finished in fifth position after winning his heat
race. Clark suffered a flat tire in his qualifier and
finished in sixth position aboard his Clark’s Car
Crushing/Port City Race Cars #54.
In the 150-lap
Super Late Model main event Clark’s chief competition
came from the Richard Moody Racing tandem of Travis
Benjamin and Trevor Sanborn.
Morrill, Maine, led the middle stages of the event after
taking command from early race leader Scott Chubbuck.
Sanborn, of Parsonsfield, Maine, followed Clark through
the field and mounted a brief challenge following a late
restart before settling for runner-up honors.
Chubbuck, of Brunswick, Maine, managed to hang on for
third position under the checkered flag aboard the Hight
Chevrolet #77 behind Clark and Sanborn. Gary Drew #71 of
Gorham, Maine turned in one of his best performances of
the season to finish in the fourth position, with
four-time titlist Rowe fifth in the Mulkern
Racing/Community Pharmacies #48.
Nick Ribbe, Scott Alexander, Kirk Thibeau and Adam Bates
rounded out the top ten.
PASS Mods also made the
trip to Spud, and veteran racer Alan Wilson of Hebron,
Maine dominated the 40-lap race to pick up his first
victory in his first season of open-wheel competition.
Scott McDaniel of Farmington, Maine provided the
stiffest test to Wilson’s supremacy, and later the
youngster held off the PASS Mod point leader, Andy Shaw
of Center Conway, New Hampshire, for runner-up honors.
Rookie Mike Mayberry of Naples picked up his best
finishing position to date, crossing the line fourth
after challenging Shaw for the final trophy position in
the closing laps.
Jon Brill of Bridgton, Maine
rounded out the top five, followed by Billy Dixon, Kevin
Douglass, early race leader Sumner Sessions, Mark
Lundblad and Wayne Whitten, Jr.
The next event
for the Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Models and
Mods is September 11-12 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in
Scarborough, Maine for the annual PASS 400 Weekend.
PASS South Super Late Model competitors have two
races prior to that National Championship Series Super
Late Model event at Beech Ridge, at Virginia’s South
Boston Speedway on August 28, and at North Carolina’s
historic North Wilkesboro Speedway September 3-4.