Photos by Norm Marx
1) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 150 Laps
2) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
3) 12g - Derek Griffith - 150
4) 29 - Austin Teras - 150
5) 21 - Joey Doiron - 150
6) 60s - DJ Shaw - 150
7) 53 - Alan Wilson - 150
8) 99 - Ben Ashline - 150
9) 90 - Craig Weinstein - 150
10) 7b - Travis Benjamin - 150
11) 40vt - Nick Sweet - 150
12) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
13) 50 - Jeff White - 150
14) 1vt - Eris Hallstram - 150
15) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 150
16) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 150
17) 81 - Dan Winter - 150
18) 47b - Gabe Brown - 150
19) 85 - Travis Stearns - 150
20) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 150
21) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 150
22) 72 - Scott Robbins - 149
23) M3 - Brandon Barker - 149
24) 17ma - Eddie MacDonald - 149
25) 1 - Kyle Desouza - 149
26) 14ct - Anthony Constantino - 148
27) 93ct - Ray Christian III - 148
28) 74 - Kelly Moore - 148
29) 10 - Kate Re - 148
30) 41 - Logan Melcher - 145
31) 32x - Nick Jenkins - 110
32) 61 - TJ Brackett - 109
33) 24 - Mike Rowe - 54
34) 60b - Tim Brackett - 52

Dave Farrington, Jr. is heating up at just the right time. In addition to the three straight weekly Super Late Model race wins at Oxford Plains Speedway, the Jay, ME driver can now add a Pro All Stars Series race win to his impressive resume.
Farrington was the dominant car late in Sunday afternoon's Oxford 250 tune-up race, taking the lead for the final time on lap 109 of the 150-lap contest. From there, he pulled away from Johnny Clark and Derek Griffith, scoring his first ever PASS Super Late Model victory just two weeks before the 47th Annual Oxford 250 on August 28-30.

"That's four in a row," Farrington said in Victory Lane. "Three weekly series wins in a row and we finally accomplished our first PASS tour win ever. Obviously we have the car maintained, well-balanced, and a little Lady Luck never hurts every once in a while.

"What a time to be rolling, coming into the 250, that's for sure. We are something excited for that."

Farrington is definitely enjoying his winning streak, but with the 250 just two weeks away, he is leaning towards keeping his horses in the stable over the next two weeks before the big race.

"I think after two in a row I was told I should put this home and cover it up," Farrington said with a laugh. "I think this will stay home next weekend, lock the doors, cover it up. I think we're in pretty good shape to take a week off and enjoy ourselves."

Perennial contender Johnny Clark charged his way up from a 12th-place starting spot to finish second, as he continues the hunt for his elusive first Oxford 250 title. Clark feels strong about his chances this year.

"The car hasn't been this good at Oxford since the 250 last year, so it seems like the timing is right for us," Clark stated. "We've been struggling here, the last race here we went three laps down. We didn't bring anything back the same, except for the chassis of course, and it's a lot better car. Just need a little more and maybe we can run with some of those distance cars."

Hudson, NH driver Derek Griffith brought home a solid third-place finish, at a track that admittedly hasn't been his best. Griffith worked his way from outside the top 10, leading a handful of laps before Farrington took over the point.

"We were just a little too free all day," Griffith said after the race. "It fired off really good, I picked up all my positions basically on restarts. The old girl did really good today, not exactly my best track so a top three is pretty good with the 250 just around the corner."

Austin Terras was the race's biggest mover, gaining 20 positions on the track to finish fourth, and was followed to the line by Joey Doiron. D.J. Shaw, Alan Wilson, Ben Ashline, Craig Weinstein, and Travis Benjamin rounded out the top 10.

There is just one more race for the PASS Super Late Model teams to get their cars in order - the PASS Open on Saturday, August 22 at Oxford Plains Speedway. The teams and drivers will then roll right into the 47th Annual Oxford 250, taking place August 28-30, 2020.

Race fans will be able to watch the Oxford 250 via a live PAY-PER-VIEW BROADCAST on Speed51. Discounted three-day tickets can be purchased HERE today for $50.
Photos by
Norm Marx
1) 34 - Spencer Morse - 50 Laps
2) 09 - Ryan Ripley - 50
3) 35 - Bobby Nadeau - 50
4) 11 - Tyler King - 50
5) 64 - Matty Sanborn - 50
6) 41 -  Max Cookson - 50
7) 12 - Kevin Durgin - 50
8) 18 - Justin Larson - 50
9) 6 - Chanlder Harrison - 50
10) 41x - Tracy Gordon - 50
11) 55 - Gary Dwinal - 50
12) 4 - Milo Washer - 48
13) 7 - Spencer Vaughan - 45
14) 52 - Colby Benjamin - 26
15) 2 - Ajay Cates - 20
16) 44 - Ashley Beyea - 5
DNS - 13 - Shawn Knight

Morse's Luck Turns

Coming into the 2020 season, champion Spencer Morse was looking forward to another great points battle to defend his 2019 Title. A string of bad luck resulting in several poor finishes has mired Morse nearly 100 points out coming into Saturdays Lee's Family Trailer Sales Pass Mod 50. That luck seems to have finally turned as Morse scored his second win of the year Sunday at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Morse who started the feature in the seventh spot was able to capitalize on other competitor's misfortune to quickly move his way to the front. Before lap 6 Morse overtook early leader Milo Washer to put the #34 out front for good. More, however, didn't have it as easy as it sounds. A pair of cautions erased sizable leads forcing Morse to defend his lead throughout the contest. Morse was dogged by a very fast Ryan Ripley over the last dozen laps before beating him across the line by a car length to keep his championship hopes alive.

Ryan Ripley, making his first start of the season, came all the way from his 16th starting spot to secure runner-up honors. Ripley appeared to be the fastest car in the field and twice challenged eventual winner Morse on the high side, but in the end ran out of tire before settling for the runner-up spot. Third place went to veteran Bobby Nadeau who also challenged for the lead throughout the early stages of the race before finishing out the 50 lap contest in the final podium spot. Rounding out the top five was point leader Tyler King who uncharacteristically struggled to get near the leaders, and "The Mayor" Matt Sanborn came all the way from the back row to score his second top 5 of the season.

The PASS MODS return to action in two weeks at the 47th annual Oxford 250 with a 50 lap contest on Saturday and a 75 lap tilt on Sunday.
1) 61 - Matt Dufault
2) 4 - Jordan Russell
3) 36 - Richard Spaulding
4) 09 - Mark Turner
5) 64 - Skip Stanley
6) 67 - Michael Haynes
7) 77 - Max Rowe
8) 25 - Shawn Knight
9) 04 - Zach Bowie

No Fault in Dufault

Matt Dufault Scored the Tri-fecta in Sundays Honey Badger 50 as he won his heat race, had the fastest lap of the race, and secured his first win in series competition as he held off point leader Jordan Russell. Dufault, who is a two time defending champion in weekly competition, has gotten off to a bit of a slow start in 2020 by his standards as he started the month of August without a win. However, Dufault seems to have found that missing something as he has now scored a weekly win as well as Sundays series win.

Dufault used his pole position starting spot in the heat to wire that contest and earn the number one starting spot for the feature. While the blue 61 was decidedly the best car on the day, it wasn't without its challenges. Jordan Russell spent most of his day hanging off the right rear quarter of the eventual winner as the two drivers took turns setting the fastest lap of the race. Russell, however, "just didn't have quite enough" to complete the pass for the lead and settled for the second spot to extend his series point lead. Zach Bowie was third across the line before running afoul of tech which handed the final podium spot to Rick Spaulding with his best finish of the year as be continues to sort out his new car. Mark Turner and Skip Stanley rounded out the top 5.

The Honey Badger Bar and Grill Street Stock series returns to action on September 19th at White Mountain Motorsports Park.


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