JULY 25th
Photos by Laura  -
1) 16 - Jared Fryar - 125 Laps
2) 07 - Greg Marlowe - 125
3) 98- Jody Measamer - 125
4) 4 - Brandon Lynn - 125
5) 10 - R. S. Senter - 125
6) 77 - Zane Smith - 124
7) 33 - Roger Lee Newton - 124
8) 54 - Matt Craig - 123
9) 62 - Brandon Ward - 123
10) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 123
11) 28x - Justin Gill - 122
12) 12j - Trey Jarrell - 106
13) 2 - Joey Coulter IV - 97
14) 17 - Ashley Rogero - 34
15) 71 - Jimmy Doyle - 34
16) 24 - Joey Doiron - 28
17) 83 - Joey Padget - 20
18) 49 - Jeff Batten - 12
19) 55 - Kevin Floars - 10
20) 4x - Kyle McCallum - 9
1) 2 - Austin Thompson - 50 Laps
2) 45 - Kodie Conner - 50
3) 55 - Jake Spillers - 50
4) 82 - Cameron Burke - 50
5) 24 - Mason Diaz - 50
6) 14s - Shannon Conner - 48
7) 23 - Zachery Dabbs - 18
8) 7 - Matt Murphy - 17
Jared Fryar Survives Wild Night For First Career PASS South Win At Caraway
SOPHIA, NC (July 25) - Jared Fryar took the lead from veteran Greg Marlowe with 13 laps to go and led the rest of the way to score his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win Saturday night at Caraway Speedway. Fryar had to survive a wild event that saw the caution flag wave six times in the 125 lap event on PASS Fan Appreciation night at the races.

"I got a little nervous when we dropped back to seventh there, but luckily we were able to get back to third and cruise and then we got a late race caution and things fell our way," said Fryar, who has finished no lower than fourth in just three PASS South starts in 2015. "He [Marlowe] was hard to get by there, but it just feels awesome to finally get my first PASS Super Late Model win. I just can't thank all of the people who have stuck behind me and believed in what we're doing."

In qualifying, PASS South points leader Zane Smith paced the 20 car field in qualifying with a lap of 98.967 miles per hour around the tough .455 mile speedway. Following the top 10 qualifiers redraw, Smith would slot into the seventh starting position while Joey Coulter and Joey Padgett would move to the front row to lead the field to green.

While Coulter would jump into the early lead, it would not take long for the action to heat up as Jody Measamer and PASS National Championship points leader Joey Doiron made contact entering turn three, sending Doiron spinning on lap three. Following the contact with Doiron, Measamer would suffer a flat right front tire, causing him to make slight contact with the turn four wall on lap eight bringiong out the second caution flag of the night.

Just two laps later, Greg Marlowe and Jimmy Doyle slapped the turn four wall while battling for tenth, sending cars scrambling behind them. Kyle McCallum and Kevin Floars both made hard contact with the inside wall ending their nights, while Doiron and Tate Fogleman suffered heavy damage.

Coulter continued to lead over Virginia's Trey Jarrell until the next caution on lap 34 when Roger Lee Newton spun in turn two after contact from Brandon Ward. Ward would pit and lose two laps while attending to a brake problem. On the ensuing restart, the fourth place car of Smith appeared to miss a shift. Both Doyle and rookie Ashley Rogero made hard contact with the inside wall as they tried to avoid Smith's machine.

Back under green, Coulter maintained a slight advantage over Jarrell. As the laps clicked off, though, Jarrell increased the pressure on Coulter, eventually taking the lead on lap 60 when Coulter slid up the track in turn two. As this was happening, Smith began methodically making his way towards the front, passing Coulter for third on lap 77 and Fryar for second just ten laps later. Coulter's night would come to an end when he retired from the race with 25 laps to go due to a brake problem.

With just 17 laps to go, the caution would wave for the fifth time during the event when the car of Matt Craig stopped on the track after making contact with the wall. On restart, Smith held a slight advantage over Jarrell as the leaders entered turn one. The two cars made contact, sending Smith spinning and Jarrell careening into the turn two wall.

With the leaders out of contention, Fryar and Marlowe moved to the front row for the restart. As they went green, Marlowe was able to jump into the lead over Fryar entering turn one. Fryar stalked Marlowe for several laps before making the move around the former two-time Caraway Speedway track champion on lap 112. Fryar led the rest of the way to take the checkered flag in his Sterling Building Group/Fryar Trucking #16 over Marlowe, Measamer, Brandon Lynn, and RS Senter. Rounding out the top ten were Smith, Newton, Craig, Ward, and Fogleman.

Austin Thompson took the lead from points leader Kodie Conner on lap 18 and led the rest of the way for his second straight PASS Pro Late Model win. Following Thompson and Conner at the checkered flag were Jake Spillers, Cameron Burke, and Mason Diaz.

Dillon Spain came out on top of an exciting battle in the Legends division to take the win over Kyle Beattie and Will Bristle.

The PASS South Super Late Models will be in action once again for 150 laps, along with Twin 75s for the NASCAR Late Model Stocks on Saturday, August 15 at South Boston Speedway.
PASS South Celebrates 10 Years Of Racing With Salute To Fans At Caraway Speedway
CHARLOTTE, NC (July 22) - After a well deserved break from the heat, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model and Pro Late Model competitors will hit the track once again this Saturday night at Caraway Speedway. This weekend's action at Caraway Speedway will also serve as PASS Fan Appreciation. To celebrate 10 years of PASS racing in the Southeast, PASS fans will be honored with a $20 car load special or a $10 general admission ticket for those fans who might be traveling to the races solo.

"The fans are so important to this sport, but in particular, to short track racing," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "This is a small way that we can say 'Thank You' to those folks who have spent their hard earned money to support PASS throughout the years."

Jody Measamer hopes he can say thank you to his fans and supporters in victory lane following Saturday night's events at Caraway Speedway. Growing up in nearby Sanford, NC, Measamer first set sight on Caraway Speedway helping out his racing mentor, Tom Usry. Eventually, Measamer began racing himself and was one of the most successful Late Model Supertruck drivers Caraway Speedway has ever seen. That success at Caraway has translated over to the PASS South Super Late Model division where Measamer had one of his strongest outings of 2014, finishing third in the North-South Shootout behind race winner Ryan Moore and second place finisher Christopher Bell.

"I've got a ton of laps at Caraway and know a lot of that track's characteristics," says Measamer, driver of the Aquavapor Cigarettes #98 Chevrolet. "After that run we had there last Fall, I'm really excited to be going back to Caraway this weekend."

Measuring just slightly under a half mile in length, Caraway Speedway will provide quite a challenge for the PASS South racers. With long straighaways and extremely tight corners, Measamer believes having a good setup and durable brakes will be the key to winning Saturday night's 125 lapper.

"Turns 1 and 2 are your extremely tough corners at Caraway,' says Measamer. "It's so sharp, plus you have to get on the brakes so hard getting into turn 1 and you've got have your car where it will rotate the center so you can get a good drive off turn 2 because it's such a long back straightaway. If you can't get through the center and off turn 2, it kills your whole lap."

Measamer suffered a tough start to the 2014 season, which saw him tumble 8 times down the front straightaway at Dillon Motor Speedway and destroy another car when a part failed at Rougemont, NC. With that bad luck behind him, Measamer currently sits third in points on the strength of three top 5 finishes so far this season. But Measamer and his team are not satisfied with their results in 2015.
"I really feel like we were in position to win three or four races earlier in the year," says Measamer. "Dillon we were in position to win or finish second, we were in position at Anderson in March, we got caught up in a wreck at Hickory, we cut a tire at Concord after sitting on the pole. If I could just have a race with no bad luck I would love to see how it would shake out."

Measamer and his fellow PASS South Super Late Model competitors will look to close ground on series points leader Zane Smith this weekend at Caraway. Smith, will be joined by his teammate Matt Craig, along with championship hopefuls Tate Fogleman and Jimmy Doyle. PASS National Championship points leader Joey Doiron, coming off an impressive win last weekend in New York, will join Brandon Lynn in piloting the Woodman Racing entries. Joey Coulter will make his first PASS South start of the season at Caraway, along with Justin Gill, while Jeff Batten, Jared Fryar, Trey Jarrell, and Brandon Ward return as they each seek their first win of 2015.

Action begins on Friday at Caraway Speedway with pit gates opening at 3 PM followed by practice for the PASS South Super Late Models, PASS Pro Late Models, and Legends from 4-6:30 PM. On Saturday, pit gates open at 2 PM, followed by practice from 4-6 PM, and qualifying at 6:45 PM. Main event racing for the PASS South Super Late Models, PASS Pro Late Models and Legends will go green at approximately 8:15 PM.

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 legendary AIM Recycling Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull at Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

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