The Old Glory 125
Photos by Laura -
1) 6 - Matt Wallace - 125 Laps
2) 12 - Harrison Burton - 125
3) 74 - Ryan Moore - 125
4) 28 - Jarod Irvan - 125
5) 54x - Jeff Fultz - 125
6) 45 - Kodie Conner - 125
7) 23 - Branson Butcher - 125
8) 16 - Lucas Jones - 125
9) 59 - Dustin Dunn - 125
10) 15 - Roy Hayes III - 125
11) 2t - Gracie Trotter - 125
12) 54 - Matt Craig - 124
13) 12x - Joe Graff - 123
14) 24j - JP Josiasse - 121
15) 78 - Cory Heim - 99
16) 33 - Preston Peltier - 84
17) 37 - Dan Speeney - 61
18) 13 - Wes Burton - 42
DNS - 17 - Mike Speeney
Entries Received - Concord - 5/25/18
Wallace Fends Off Burton For
Wild Win In Old Glory 125
MIDLAND, NC (May 25) - Matt Wallace prevailed over Harrison Burton after a torrid battle through the last 20 laps to win the Old Glory 125 Friday night for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Models. Wallace's dramatic victory was his first triumph in a PASS South Super Late Model.

"I don't know how we did it tonight, the 12 car [Burton] is definitely one to beat right now, they're the best short track car in the country basically," said Wallace, after climbing from the Unkers Theraputic Products Chevrolet in victory lane. "It's truly an honor to race side-by-side with these guys and win. There was actually a lot of momentum up on the outside and my dad kept me pumped up. This is awesome."

In qualifying, Burton set a new track record with a lap of 15.703 seconds (114.628 MPH) for his first career PASS South quick qualifying time around the fast half-mile triangle. After the top 10 qualifiers redraw, Preston Peltier would move to the pole position, while Burton would slot into the eighth starting spot.

When the green flag waved to start the Old Glory 125, Peltier took the initial lead over Lucas Jones. Burton would start making his way to the front, passing Jared Irvan for fifth on lap 15. Meanwhile, Wallace was also on the move, taking second from Jones, and then bypassing Peltier in the dogleg for the lead on lap 24.

The first caution of the night would not wave until lap 39 when Wes Burton slowed on track. Following the restart, Jones would get the advantage over Wallace on lap 41, but would relinquish the lead back to him in turn three just seven laps later. The race would continue caution-free until lap 75 when Peltier looped his ill-handling car exiting turn three.

Prior to the restart, Burton had bypassed Jones for second and would start alongside Wallace as they came back to green. Burton got the advantage over Wallace to take the lead for the first time in the race. The caution would wave again with 25 laps to go for a hard crash by Corey Heim in the dogleg, which saw his machine briefly catch fire.

On the final restart of the night, Wallace returned the favor to Burton, taking the lead from the outside entering turn one. Over the final laps, Burton was able to get under Wallace several times exiting turn three, only to have Wallace skirt out ahead in turn one and through the dogleg. Despite fighting an extremely loose car in the final laps, Wallace was able to hold off Burton by a car length for his first career PASS South Super Late Model win. Rounding out the top five were Ryan Moore, Irvan, and Jeff Fultz. Finishing sixth through tenth were Kodie Conner, Bronson Butcher, Jones, Dustin Dunn, and Roy Hayes.

The PASS South Super Late Models will hit the track again on Saturday, July 21 at Orange County Speedway for the Orange Blossom Special. The top five finishers at Orange County will receive guaranteed starting positions for either the Oxford 250 in August or the inaugural PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway in October. Entry forms will be available soon at Be sure to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14.
PASS Doubleheader Weekend
Begins at Concord and Ends
at Thunder Road
CHARLOTTE, NC (May 23) - A busy Memorial Day weekend for short track racing fans all along the East Coast is on tap as the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) gets set to embark on another memorable doubleheader of action. Southeast race fans will get a treat on Friday night in the Old Glory 125 at Concord Speedway when the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Models and Southern Modified Racing Series (SMRS) Tour Mods compete together in a rare doubleheader. While New Englanders will get to see the Northeast's best Super Late Models tackle the high banks of Thunder Road Sunday afternoon in the 56th Annual Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic 150.

The Memorial Day weekend kickoff will see the two most powerful asphalt series in the South compete together for only the second time this year on Friday night at Concord Speedway when PASS South and the SMRS Tour Mods hit the half-mile, along with the MASS Street Stocks and Challenger cars.

The Southeast's oldest and most prestigious Super Late Model tour will be led to Friday night's Old Glory 125 by Kannapolis, NC teenager, Matt Craig. Craig leads the PASS South Super Late Model points as he seeks an unprecedented third straight series title. He began racing at Concord Speedway's quarter-mile in Legends cars. The family-owned C&C Boilers #54 has a long and storied history at Concord Speedway, piloted by drivers like Rodney Childers, Clay Rogers, and Jeff Fultz. Craig comes to Concord this year full of optimism following his first at win there in last year's North-South Shootout.

"I love racing at Concord because that track is so hard that you really have to race the racetrack," says Craig. "I think Friday night will be a great race because there is going to be some tough competition and that makes for tight racing."

In Vermont on Sunday afternoon, PASS North competitors will tackle a completely different animal from Concord's triangular half-mile. Thunder Road International Speedbowl is almost literally a bowl, a tight quarter-mile, with some of the highest banks in the region. Former champions, Travis Benjamin and last year's Thunder Bowl winner, DJ Shaw, are locked in a tight battle for the championship, Reid Lanpher and Derek Griffith remain in close contact with the leaders.

It all gets under way this weekend on Thursday afternoon at Concord Speedway, with rotating practice from 4 - 7:15 PM. Then on Friday, rotating practice goes from 1:30 - 4:25 PM, followed by qualifying at 5 PM, and features at 7 PM for the PASS South Super Late Models, SMRS Tour Modifieds, MASS Street Stocks, and Challenger cars. At Thunder Road, rotating practice begins Sunday morning at 10 AM, followed by heat races at 1:30 PM, and features for the PASS North Super Late Models, Late Models, Flying Tigers, Street Stocks, and Road Warriors.

PASS Super Late Model entry forms for, Concord Speedway, Thunder Road International Speedbowl, Petty International Raceway, and Speedway 95, along with the 45th Annual Oxford 250, 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, PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the inaugural PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway.

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