Photos by Norm Marx
Photos by Lindsay Ellison
1) 7L - Glen Luce - 150 Laps
2) 7 - Travis Benjamin - 150
3) 73 - Joey Doiron - 150
4) 4n - Ben Rowe - 150
5) 84 - Scott Mulkern - 150
6) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
7) 53x - Cole Butcher - 150
8) 12g - Derek Griffith - 150
9) 23 - Dave Farrington - 150
10) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
11) 61 - TJ Brackett - 150
12) 73M - Adam Polvinen - 150
13) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 150
14) 03 - Joe Squeglia - 150
15) 88 - Jeff Taylor - 149
16) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 149
17) 40 - Dan McKeage - 149
18) 36 - Scott Robbins - 149
19) 46 - Dennis Spencer - 149
20) 41 - Tracy Gordon - 149
21) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 149
22) 22 - Scott Farrington - 149
23) 13 - Cassius Clark - 149
24) 16me - Travis Stearns - 148
25) 24 - Mike Rowe -148
26) 60b - Tim Brackett - 148
27) 81 - Dan Winter - 147
28) 28 - Kirk Thibeau - 147
29) 9 - Alan Tardiff - 147
30) 72 - Chris Coolidge -146
31) 25 - Shawn Knight - 146
32) 51 - John Peters -144
33) 0 - Shawn Turple -140
34) 50 - Jeff White - 138
35) 75 - Gary Smith - 134
36) 21 - David Oliver - 121
37) 20 - Mike Landry - 97
38) 48 - Bobby Timmons - 91
39) 53w - Alan Wilson - 82
40) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 73
| SLM Entries - OPS - 10-15-16 |
Glen Luce wins PASS Super Late
Model finale, DJ Shaw wraps up
North SLM Series Championship

Ryan Robbins wins PASS Modified
Race and Title

Street Stock Open Win for Calvin Rose, Jr. 
Oxford, Maine - Glen Luce of Turner earned a trip to victory lane the hard way, driving from 29th starting position to victory lane Saturday on Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model Championship Day at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Luce ran afoul of tech inspectors after a heat race and was forced to the consolation rounds, where he charged from the back of the field to finish fifth. He made most of his progress during a 100-plus lap green flag stretch in the remarkably-competitive race.

Luce took the lead away from Travis Benjamin, the HP Hood Oxford 250 runner-up this year, after Benjamin looked like the man to beat. Benjamin had started from 11th position, and it took quite awhile for the 7 to chase down nine-time track champion Jeff Taylor of Farmington, clearly the dominant force as the race first unfolded.

Taylor, racing rarely these days, last visited Super Late Model victory lane at this event last season. Back-to-back triumphs were not to be for the track's most prolific top-class kingpin. Benjamin was again the runner-up, following his HP Hood Oxford 250 finish in that same position. Berwick's Joey Doiron, who swapped the early race lead with Taylor, claimed a third-place finish.

Four-time series champion Ben Rowe of Turner picked up a fourth-place finish after a slam-bang battle for the spot on the final lap with Taylor, who failed to complete the final circuit. Local racing legend Scott 'Kernal' Mulkern of Falmouth made a rare appearance in the cockpit and claimed an impressive top-five finish.

Mulkern finished one spot in front of a car that he is an associate sponsor on, the Precision JLM 60 driven by DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire. Shaw's sixth-place finish was enough to win a second Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model championship. Shaw succeeds Hall of Famer Mike Rowe as Pro All Stars Series champion. Shaw was the titlist in the year prior to Rowe's title.

Cole Butcher of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, the 2016 Parts For Trucks Maritime Pro Stock Tour champion, raced with the frontrunners all afternoon and was seventh underneath the checkered flag. Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire; Dave Farrington of Jay and six-time series champion Johnny Clark, of Farmingdale rounded out the top ten.

Ryan Robbins of Dixfield climbed past seven-time and reigning PASS Modified Champion Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire in the championship standings, claiming both the 40-lap feature race and 2016 championship with an impressive victory.

Starting tenth, Robbins avoided a first-lap incident that cost Shaw valuable track position, then methodically worked his way to victory lane, netting the series title in the process after entering the afternoon with a four-point deficit.

Ben Tinker earned runner-up honors in the race, and a third-place ranking for his first PASS Modified campaign. Bruce Helmuth of Wales led the first part of the race and racked up yet another podium finish, crossing the finish line in third position. Ron Henry of New Gloucester was fourth, followed by Jariet Harrison of Freeport.

Newly-crowned Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock division champion Calvin Rose, Jr. of Turner prevailed in a special, 75-lap Open Competition Street Stock Special. Rose inherited the lead when his closest rival for the 2016 track title, Matt Dufault of Turner, encountered problems after leading the early stages of the race by a large margin.

Rose went on to outrun West Poland's David Whittier to the checkered flag, with Zach Emerson of Sabattus claiming yet another third-place trophy this year. Jordan Russell of Norway had one of his best runs against the stout field, finishing fourth. Richard Spaulding of Lisbon rounded out the top five.

Geoff Rollins of Groton, Massachusetts led the early stages of the 75-lap Street Stock Open en route to a sixth-place finish. Super Late Model regular Kyle Treadwell of Buckfield was seventh in the Ryan Hewins 5. Nathan Leavitt of Buxton, Jonathan Emerson of Sabattus and Andrew Breton of Sabattus rounded out the top ten.

Ryan Kuhn of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts won the 25-lap Legends Cars main event by a healthy margin over 14-year-old Austin Teras, the division's top winner and points champion for 2016 at Oxford Plains Speedway. Windham's Charlie Buxton claimed the third-place trophy. Hiram's Roger Edgecomb was fourth under the checkered flag, followed by Casey Call of Pembroke, New Hampshire.

Cody Childs of Auburn dominated the action in the 40-lap race for Runnin' Rebel division competitors, but it was a wildly-entertaining event behind the winner. Matthew Mahar of Buckfield earned runner-up honors in front of an ultra-competitive Gerard Cote of Oxford.

Oxford Plains Speedway is located on State Route 26 at 877 Main Street in Oxford, Maine. For more information visit or call (207) 539-8865.
Photos by
Norm Marx
Pro All Stars Series Modified (40 laps) 1 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 2 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester; 3 25 Bruce Helmuth, Wales; 4 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester; 5 85 Jariet Harison, Freeport; 6 17 Austin Teras, Gray; 7 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 8 64 Matty Sanborn, Westbrook; 9 33 Steve Jones, Saco; 10 15 Patrick Sullivan, Poland; 11 05x Dennis Scribner, Otisfield; 12 34 David Vaughn, Naples; 13 44 David Grysk, Standish; 14 28 Mark Lundblad, Jr., Albany, NH; 15 00 Geoff Rollins, Groton, MA.
Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock Open (75 laps) 1 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 2 58 David Whittier, West Poland; 3 23 Zach Emerson, Sabattus; 4 15 Jordan Russell, Norway; 5 36 Richard Spaulding, Lisbon; 6 02 Geoff Rollins, Groton, MA; 7 5 Kyle Treadwell, Buckfield; 8 36x Nathan Leavitt, Buxton; 9 24 Jonathan Emerson, Sabattus; 10 33 Andrew Breton, Sabattus; 11 35 Kristina Nadeau, Buxton; 12 04 Zack Bowie, Turner; 13 74 Rick Thompson, Naples; 14 2 Adam Lovejoy, Sanford; 15 85 Chandler Harrison, Freeport; 16 28x David Tripp, Oxford; 17 68 Paul Harmon, Bridgton; 18 09 Mark Turner, Norway; 19 28 Josh Varney, Leeds; 20 05 Glen Reynolds, Greene; 21 21 Skip Tripp, South Paris; 22 0 Donnie Wear, n/a; 23 08 n/a;, n/a; 24 61 Matt Dufault, Turner; 25 09x Ryan Ripley, Thomaston; 26 47 Brian Caswell, Portland; 27 29 Chris King, Burnham; 28 60 Richard Wentworth, Center Conway, NH.
Runnin' Rebels (40 laps) 1 94 Cody Childs, Auburn; 2 0 Matthew Mahar, Buckfield; 3 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford; 4 4 Caleb Emerson-Mains, New Gloucester; 5 44 Rik Montminy, Auburn; 6 3 Charlie Hall, Oxford; 7 52 Mike Nichols, Livermore Falls; 8 08x Michael McKinney, Berlin, NH; 9 08 Jeff Merrill, Roxbury; 10 7 Dylan Luce, Turner; 11 121 Jeremy Farr, Oxford; 12 5 Mike Childs, Lewiston; 13 84 n/a; n/a; 14 17 Dan Wade, New Gloucester; 15 12 Chris LaVanway, Poland; 16 4 84 n/a; n/a; 17 00 Cam Childs, Leeds; 18 19 Brandon Varney, Auburn.
Legends Cars (25 laps) 1 72 Ryan Kuhn, East Bridgewater, MA; 2 29 Austin Teras, Gray; 3 129 Charlie Buxton, Windham; 4 27 Roger Edgecomb, Hiram; 5 90 Casey Call, Pembroke, NH; 6 18 Parker Varney, Windham; 7 52 Mathew Burgoine, Newport; 8 48 Waylon Farrell, St. John, NL; 9 47 Chris Burgess, Buckfield; 10 42 Nicholas Packard, Bridgewater, MA; 11 56 Anthony Pagliarulo, Groveland, MA; 12 92 Colby Meserve, Windham; 13 3 Justin Stacey, Hiram; 14 21 Michael Humphrey, Cornish; 15 7 Kayla King, Windham.
#4 BEN ROWE, & #60 DJ SHAW
PASS North Championships
To Be Decided At
Oxford Plains This Weekend
NAPLES, ME (October 12) - After the grind of another long season, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models and Modifieds will close out 2016 this Saturday afternoon at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway. The PASS Modifieds have an outstanding points battle heading to Oxford Plains with Andy Shaw leading by a slight four points over Ryan Robbins and third place points man Ben Tinker just 19 points behind Shaw.

The battle for the PASS North Super Late Model crown comes down to two former champions, DJ Shaw and Johnny Clark. Shaw leads Clark by 69 points as they come to Oxford Plains for Saturday afternoon's 150-lap event. Clark, the former six-time series champion, recently captured his first win of the season at White Mountain Motorsports Park. While Shaw has not won since Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in April, his consistency has him on the threshold of a second PASS North title.

"As far as the season goes, I would consider the season successful, but we really wanted more wins," says Shaw, driver of the Precision JLM/Mulkern Excavating #60. "We race for wins and they just didn't come this year. We still have a shot at winning our second race this weekend, but you always want more."

While Shaw has a fairly healthy advantage over Clark, he knows that Oxford Plains always has some of the best car counts on the circuit and that this weekend will be no different. For the title hopefuls, an early problem could mean disaster when it comes to winning the championship.

"I think we will have a big field so, at first, we will play it safe and maybe, if a few cars drop out and the risk becomes less, we can go for the win," says Shaw. "Point racing is a tough deal because we probably could have had one or two more wins, but you don't want to take risks. Hopefully we have a good car and can take no chances and still come away with a win and a championship."

A strong field is expected on Saturday afternoon led by former Oxford 250 winners, Travis Benjamin, and Mike and Ben Rowe. David Oliver returns to the seat of the #21 this weekend and will be joined by fellow Mainers Scott McDaniel, Michael Landry, David Farrington, Kirk Thibeau, Scott Robbins, Tracy Gordon, Denis Spencer, Jr., John Peters, Reid Lanpher, Tim and TJ Brackett, and Adam Polvinen. 2016 winner Derek Griffith will be back, along with Nova Scotia's Cole Butcher.

All the action gets under way bright and early Saturday morning with pit gates opening at 8 AM, followed by rotating practice at 9:30 AM, heat races start at 2 PM, with feature events to follow for the PASS North Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, Street Stocks, Rebels, and Legends.

The complete weekend schedule and entry forms can be found at

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 Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

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