1) 94h - Garrett Hall - 150 Laps
2) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
3) 13 - Cassius Clark - 150
4) 53 - Cole Butcher - 150
5) 47 - Gabe Brown - 150
6) 12g - Derek Griffith - 150
7) 24 - Mike Rowe - 150
8) 9t - Alan Tardiff - 150
9) 7b - Travis Benjamin - 150
10) 2 - Ashton Tucker - 150
11) 81 - Dan Winter - 150
12) 1vt - Evan Hallstrom - 150
13) 17m - Eddie MacDonald - 150
14) 51 - John Peters - 150
15) 4n - Ben Rowe - 149
16) 94m - Shawn Martin - 149
17) 44 - Rusty Poland - 149
18) 19 - Ben Tinker - 149
19) 7L - Glen Luce - 149
20) 90 - Craig Weinstein - 149
21) 61 - TJ Brackett - 149
22) 54 - Johnny Clark - 149
23) 8 - Calvin Rose - 149
24) 88 - Brandon Barker - 148
25) 93 - Ryan Green - 148
26) 40v - Nick Sweet - 146
27) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 141
28) 41 - Tracy Gordon - 89
29) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 64
30) 60b - Tim Brackett - 52
31) 00 - Bryan Kruczek - 33
32) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 18
33) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 18
Garrett Hall breaks dry spell with
PASS Super Late Model triumph
at Oxford Plains Speedway
ACT Late Model win for Bryan Kruczek,
first PASS Mods score for Matty Sanborn
Oxford, Maine -- Garrett Hall of Scarborough, Maine drove to an impressive Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model victory Sunday afternoon at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway, taking the lead away from reigning series champion DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire, then hanging on to the top spot to end a year-plus dry spell on the region's top Super Late Model circuit.

Hall, three times a winner in PASS action prior to last season, seemed almost surprised to be collecting the big trophy after struggling prior to the main event. After starting 20th in the 33-car field Hall patiently worked his way into contention, chasing down PASS opening day winner, and defending series champion, DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire.

Shaw had his hands full just getting to the lead after starting 11th. Barre, Vermont's Nick Sweet turned in the quickest laps of the day while setting the early pace before gremlins drove the car to pit road under green flag conditions. Maritime Canadian Pro Stock champion, and 2018 PASS North race winner Cole Butcher of Nova Scotia took command after Sweet was sidelined.

Butcher and Shaw soon waged a long battle for the lead as Hall steadily moved upward in the running order. Late caution periods in a race that was otherwise reasonably trouble-free offered Hall an opportunity and the Blackpoint Motorsports driver got his Norm's Used Cars 94 past Shaw and into victory lane. Hall's last PASS Super Late Model victory was a memorable, wreck-after-the-checkered win over Ben Rowe at his hometown racetrack, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in September of 2017.

Shaw's runner-up finish unofficially vaulted him to the top of the current PASS North Super Late Model standings. Cassius Clark of Farmington, Maine, who won on opening night at Oxford Plains Speedway last year, earned third-place honors aboard the Nova Scotia-based King Racing 13.

Butcher, recently relocated to his new house in Hantsport, Nova Scotia, led a bunch of laps and ended up crossing the line in fourth position. Reigning Oxford Plains Speedway Super Late Model champion Gabe Brown of Center Conway, New Hampshire rounded out the top five after lining up in the back row for the start of the 150-lapper.

Reigning PASS Super Late Model National Champion Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire, who was one point ahead of Shaw in the PASS North SLM rankings entering the event, ended up with sixth position. Maine and New England Hall of Famer Mike Rowe of Turner was seventh, followed by 2017 OPS track champ Alan Tardiff of Lyman, Maine, 32nd-place starter and former series champion Travis Benjamin of Belfast, Maine and early-race frontrunner Ashton Tucker of Lyttleton, New Brunswick.

Super Late Model heat race victories were posted by Shawn Martin of Turner, Maine along with early race leadr Sweet and runner-up Shaw.

Bryan Kruczek of Newmarket, New Hampshire prevailed in a wild ACT Late Model Tour main event, shortened to 125 laps after about a dozen caution periods interrupted the 2019 points opener for the regional series. Kruczek, making his debut in Bobby Webber's 19, drove by former Oxford 250 champion Joey Pole, Jr. of Hudson, New Hampshire to claim the victory.

Graniteville, Vermont's Chip Grenier led early before Kruczek and Bobby Therrien swapped the lead a bit before Pole rolled into contention. Pole looked good when the green flag stayed out but frequent cautions worked in Kruczek's favor and the former PASS winner at OPS added an ACT victory to his resume.

Pole was second across the finish line, with Hinesburg, Vermont's Therrien earning third-place spoils. Jimmy Hebert of Williamstown, Vermont was fourth, with early leader Grenier filling out the top-five rundown.

Matty Sanborn of Windham scored a popular, first-ever PASS Mods win, leading all 40 laps on his way to victory lane. It wasn't as easy as that sounds, as fellow first-win seekers Mike Carignan of Lebanon, Maine and Spencer Morse of Waterford, Maine both mounted stiff challenges that were turned back by Sanborn.

Morse, who spun out of the lead pack and fell to the rear of the field at one point, charged back into second position under the checkered flag, with first-time PASS Mods racer Justin Larsen, the 2013 Mini Stock division champion at Oxford Plains Speedway, earning third-place hardware. Carignan and Billy Dixon of North Waterboro, Maine rounded out the top five.

Kenny Harrison of Durham, Maine prevailed in the 50-lap Honey Badger Bar & Grill Street Stock Series opener, inheriting the race lead when Gary Babineau of Hollis Center, Maine couldn't maintain the lead when aggressively challenged by Jordan Russell of Norway, Maine very late in the race.

Harrison, 52, outran 2017 Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock track champion Billy Childs, Jr. of Leeds, Maine to the checkered flag after Babineau's misfortune. Babineau recovered enough to finish in third position, ahead of Oxford's own Skip Stanley, and Russell.

Jimmy Childs of Leeds, Maine dominated the action in a 50-lap race for North East Mini Stock Tour competitors. Childs patiently worked his way into contention and worked his way past early leader Zach Audet of Norridgwock to claim a lead he would not relinquish.

Jake Rheaume of Rochester, New Hampshire earned runner-up honors in front of Mike Viens of Seekonk, Massachusetts. Audet bounced back from a later spin to claim a fourth-place finish. Jarod Soucy of Marlborough, Massachusetts rounded out the NEMST top five.

The next event for the Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models is scheduled for Saturday, May 11 at Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire, with post time set for 4:30 p.m. PASS Mods see action next on Sunday, May 5 for a 1:00 p.m. program at the historic Hudson Speedway in Hudson, New Hampshire.

The next event at Oxford Plains Speedway is the rescheduled and revamped opener for the Budweiser Championship Series divisions, with Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Bandits, Figure 8 and Rookie divisions all in action with double feature events. For more information visit or call (207) 539-8865

Results from Opening Day with PASS & ACT at Oxford Plains Speedway; Sunday, April 28, 2019 showing finishing position, car number, driver's name and driver's hometown:
Photos by
Norm Marx
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Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model (150 laps) 1 94 Garrett Hall, Scarborough, ME; 2 60 DJ Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 3 13 Cassius Clark, Farmington, ME; 4 53 Cole Butcher, Hantsport, NS, Canada; 5 47 Gabe Brown, Center Conway, NH; 6 12 Derek Griffith, Hudson, NH; 7 24 Mike Rowe, Turner, ME; 8 9 Alan Tardiff, Lyman, ME; 9 7 Travis Benjamin, Belfast, ME; 10 2 Ashton Tucker, Lyttleton, NB, Canada; 11 81 Dan Winter, Windham, NH; 12 1 Evan Hallstrom, Northfield, VT; 13 17 Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, MA; 14 51 John Peters, Westbrook, ME; 15 4 Ben Rowe, Turner, ME; 16 9 Shawn Martin, Turner, ME; 17 44 Rusty Poland, Windham, ME; 18 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester, ME; 19 7 Glen Luce, Turner, ME; 20 90 Craig Weinstein, East Walpole, MA; 21 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield, ME; 22 54 Johnny Clark, Farmingdale, ME; 23 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner, ME; 24 88 Brandon Barker, Windham, ME; 25 93 Ryan Green, Berwick, ME; 26 40 Nick Sweet, Barre, VT; 27 7 Curtis Gerry, Waterboro, ME; 28 41 Tracy Gordon, Strong, ME; 29 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield, ME; 30 60 Timmy Brackett, Buckfield, ME; 31 00 Bryan Kruczek, Newmarket, NH; 32 59 Reid Lanpher, Manchester, ME; 33 14 Scott McDaniel, Livermore, ME.
American-Canadian Tour Late Model (125 laps) 1 19 Bryan Kruczek, Newmarket, NH; 2 97 Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Hudson, NH; 3 5 Bobby Therrien, Hinesburg, VT; 4 58 Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown, VT; 5 9 Chip Grenier, Graniteville, VT; 6 30 Rich Dubeau, Plainfield, NH; 7 Rowland Robinson, Jr., Steuben, ME; 8 19 Dany Trepanier, St-Edouard, QC, Canada; 9 37 Scott Payea, Colchester, VT; 10 78 Quinney Welch, Groveton, NH; 11 7 Dylan Payea, Milton, VT; 12 21 Jean-Francois Dery, Quebec, QC, Canada; 13 5 Tom Carey III, New Salem, MA; 14 Mathiew Kingsbury, Blainville, QC, Canada; 15 2 Stephen Donahue, Graniteville, VT; 16 21 Alexandre Tardif, Notre Dame des Pins, QC, Canada; 17 27 Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Dover, NH; 18 72 Ryan Kuhn, East Bridgewater, MA; 19 29 Joshua Hedges, New Bedford, MA; 20 37 Marc Begin, St-Philbert, QC, Canada; 21 04 Shawn Swallow. Lancaster, NH; 22 24 Steve Fisher, South Burlington, VT; 23 11 Claude Leclerc, Lanoraie, QC, Canada; 24 1 Corey Mason, Groveton, NH; 25 22 Peyton Lanphear, Waterbury, VT; 26 72 Scott Coburn, Barre, VT; 27 64 Christopher Pelkey, Graniteville, VT; 28 36 Joel Hodgdon, Craftsbury Common, VT; 29 86 Marcel J. Gravel, Wolcott, VT; 30 70 Jason Larivee, Jr., West Greenwich, RI; 31 7 Mike Foster, Williston, VT; 32 31 Trent Goodrow, Carver, MA; 33 10 Bryan Mason, Stark, NH; 34 41 Jonathan Bouvrette, Blainville, QC, Canada; 35 00 Jimmy Renfrew, Jr., Candia, NH; 36 21 Reilly Lanphear, Waterbury, VT.
PASS Mods (40 laps) 1 64 Matty Sanborn, Windham, ME; 2 34 Spencer Morse, Waterford, ME; 3 44 Justin Larsen, Peru, ME; 4 21 Mike Carignan, Lebanon, ME; 5 33 Billy Dixon, North Waterboro, ME; 6 16 Patrick Sullivan Poland, ME; 7 13 Ryan Nelson, Oxford, ME; 8 2 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin, ME; 9 14 Mark Napolitano, North Yarmouth, ME; 10 85 Jariet Harrison, Freeport, ME; 11 7 Spencer Vaughn, Canton, ME; 12 10 Kate Re, Lovell, ME; DNS 87 Dan Bryan, Conway, NH.
Honey Badger Bar & Grill Street Stock Series (50 laps) 1 85 Kenny Harrison, Durham, ME; 2 1 Billy Childs, Jr., Leeds, ME; 3 2x Gary Babineau, Hollis Center, ME; 4 64 Skip Stanley, Oxford, ME; 5 4 Jordan Russell, Norway, ME; 6 51 Kyle Hewins, Oxford, ME; 7 55 Kurt Hewins, Leeds, ME; 8 58 David Whittier, Oxford, ME; 9 61 Shawn Austin, Norridgewock, ME; 10 09 Ryan Ripley, Rockland, ME; 11 99 George Haskell, Casco, ME; 12 6 Shane Tatro, Levant, ME; 13 20 Danny Wear, Buxton, ME; 14 2 Ajay Cates, Lyman, ME; 15 67 Michael Haynes, Livermore Falls, ME; 16 52 Mike Nichols, Livermore Falls, ME; 17 36 Matt Rickards, Anson, ME; 18 6 Brian Dolloff, Jr., Jay, ME; 19 61 Matt Dufault, Turner, ME; 20 17 Jim Davis, Sabattus, ME; 21 79 Travis Lovejoy, Waterboro, ME; 22 47 Brian Caswell, Buxton, ME.
North East Mini Stock Tour (50 laps) 1 10 Jimmy Childs, Leeds, ME; 2 18 Jake Rheaume, Rochester, NH; 3 85 Mike Viens, Seekonk, MA; 4 19 Zach Audet, Norridgewock, ME; 5 42 Jarod Soucy, Marlborough, MA; 6 90 Desmond Skillings, Antrim, NH; 7 04 Justin Faford, Westminster, MA; 8 34 Roger Ducharme, Foster, RI; 9 78 Brady Romano, Livermore Falls, ME; 10 55 Nick Anderson, Oxford, MA; 11 17 Andrew Farnham, Baldwin, NY; 12 54 Mitch Bombard, Willimantic, CT; 13 95 Cale Skillings, Antrim, NH; 14 43 Dana Shepard, Putney, VT; 15 33 Erin Aiken, Claremont, NH; 16 33 Matt Sonnhalter, East Thetford, VT; 17 71 Matt Boucher, Andover, NH.
Huge Weekend In Store
For New England Race Fans
At Oxford Plains Speedway
NAPLES, ME (April 25) - For Maine race fans the wait is finally over as short track racing returns to Oxford Plains Speedway this weekend. Following a postponement two weeks ago due to snow still being on the ground, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models will make their first stop of the season in Maine on Sunday for the Honey Badger Bar & Grill 150. And if that's not enough, a full slate of weekly racing at Oxford Plains Speedway will kick off on Saturday afternoon at 4 PM, featuring the Super Late Models. The PASS Modifieds will have their first action of the season on Saturday and Sunday as well. And, to cap it all off, the "Road To The Oxford 250" begins on Saturday on the opposite side of the map in Washington state at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval and then on Sunday it continues with the PASS race at Oxford Plains.

Memorable PASS North finishes at Oxford Plains are part of the track's legend. In the 2016 Honey Badger Bar & Grill 150, three of the biggest names in PASS history battled three-wide late in the going to determine the victor. The all-time winningest driver in PASS, Ben Rowe, prevailed over six-time series champion, Johnny Clark, and three-time champion, DJ Shaw, in one of the most exciting finishes Maine race fans have ever seen. Last year, Curtis Gerry held off Cassius Clark and Travis Benjamin for the win at Oxford Plains. Perhaps that could be a precursor for Gerry, who will be competing full-time at Oxford Plains in 2019 in the track's weekly Super Late Model division.

As if that were not enough for the motorsports-hungry fans of New England, the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models will officially begin their championship season on Sunday at Oxford. Nearly 40 ACT Late Models competed in a non-points race at Richmond Raceway in March and another stacked field is expected to fill the already crowded pit area. And, after seeing nearly 50 cars take the green flag at Richmond, the North East Mini Stock Tour (NEMST) will compete this amazing weekend of action.

The field forSunday afternoon's Honey Badger Bar & Grill 150 is full of potential winners, featuring former Oxford 250 winners, Ben Rowe, Travis Benjamin, Curtis Gerry, and Glen Luce. Former PASS champions, Johnny Clark, DJ Shaw, Mike Rowe, and Derek Griffith are entered, as well as top series runners like Tracy Gordon, Bryan Kruczek, Reid Lanpher, and Garrett Hall. Defending Oxford Plains Speedway track champion, Gabe Brown, is entered, along with fellow Oxford regulars Tim and TJ Brackett, Scott McDaniel, John Peters, and Ryan Robbins. ACT Late Model champion Nick Sweet is entered, along with fellow Vermonter, Evan Hallstrom. Among the drivers entered from Canada are New Brunswick's Ashton Tucker and Nova Scotia's Cole Butcher.

All the action gets under way on Saturday at Oxford Plains Speedway with open practice for all competing divisions starting at 10 AM, followed by PASS Modifieds, Oxford Plains Super Late Models and other local division racing at 4 PM. On Sunday, racing is slated to begin at 1:30 PM for the PASS North Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, ACT Late Models and NEMST.

The Honey Badger Bar & Grill is located on the grounds of Oxford Plains Speedway will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday and Sunday.

PASS Super Late Model entry forms for this weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway and the 46thAnnual 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 250at Oxford Plains Speedway, Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway.

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AUGUST 23-25, 2019

"Road to the Oxford 250"
Continues in 2019

with Events on April 27th & 28th

NAPLES, ME (April 9) - Oxford Plains Speedway owner and Pro All Stars Series President Tom Mayberry announced the continuation of the "Road to The Oxford 250" program for 2019.

Celebrating its sixth year in 2019, the "Road to The Oxford 250" will continue give racers across the continent the chance to compete in short track asphalt racing's biggest event. As mentioned with the announcement a little over a month ago of the Wenatchee Valley Super Oval event, competitors from Canada and the United States will have opportunity to race for guaranteed starting spots in six additional events in 2019, while keeping the focus on the 250 throughout the season.

"Our goal is to keep the focus on the 250 throughout the year. While there will be several spots offered through the program, many of these will not have to be used since most of those competitors will advance through the famed heat and consolation races. Competitors need to remember that this program will not reduce the number of starting positions that will be earned through the normal 250 qualifying procedures but will allow those who may be having a bad day to use the provisional if necessary, to guarantee their starting spot in this prestigious race."

The first event to be featured in the Road to The Oxford 250 will be the previously announced Leonard Evans 150 scheduled to take place on April 27, 2019 on the northwest coast at the Wenatchee Valley Super Oval located in Wenatchee Valley, Washington. The winner of this event, along with the second and third place finishers, if PASS licensed and their Oxford 250 entry is received by June 1, 2019, will be guaranteed a provisional starting spot. The first-place winner will receive a full pay provisional, and second and third will receive a 1/2 start provisional (with a guarantee of $600 to take the green, the 1/2 provisional means that wherever the competitor finishes, they will see a reduction of $300 (1/2 of the guaranteed starting money) in their final purse for their finishing position).

The Road then continues to the season opener at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday April 28th; Thunder Road in Barre, VT on Sunday May 26th; Speedway 95 in Bangor, ME on Sunday June 16th; Star Speedway in Epping, NH on Tuesday July 30th; and finishing off at Spud Speedway in Caribou, ME on Sunday August 4th. The top two finishing drivers each from Canada and the United States will earn provisionals to the 250. As with the Wenatchee Valley race, to be eligible to use the provisionals, drivers must be PASS Licensed and have their entries submitted for the Oxford 250. The top US and top Canadian driver will each receive a full start provisional with second place finishing US and Canadian driver each earning a 1/2 start provisional.

The final race as part of the Road to The Oxford 250 will be a special 100-lap open race at Oxford Plains Speedway Saturday July 6th. This will not be a points race for PASS. The Independence Weekend race will see the top two Oxford Plains and top two PASS licensed finishing drivers earn a guaranteed spot in the 2019 Oxford 250.

Additionally, the top licensed drivers in points from PASS North, Oxford Plains Speedway, and the PASS National Championship Series, will have a provisional available, if needed, as long as they have attempted to qualify for every race in their chosen series.

All drivers that will have guaranteed spots through the Road to The Oxford 250 or via championship points provisionals have to compete in their heat races and in their consolation race but will not have to compete in the last chance race if they have not already qualified.


Series Contact:  Tommy Mayberry - (207) 693-6497


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