Sunday, JUNE 18th, 2023
Photos by
Norm Marx
Photos by
Sharon Perry 
1) 54 - Johny Clark - 150 Laps
2) 39 - Max Cookson - 150
3) 1vt - Evan Hallstrom - 150
4) 44 - Trevor Sanborn - 150
5) 94 - Garrett Hall - 150
6) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
7) 40ri - Mike Mitchell - 150
8) 73d - Joey Doiron - 150
9) 02 - Brian Whalley - 150
10) 38 - Garrett Lamb - 150
11) 41 - Logan Melcher - 150
12) 90k - Derek Kneeland - 150
13) 11b - Matt Beers - 148
14) 47b - Gabe Brown - 141
15) 25 - Shawn Knight - 126
16) 07 - Nick Calvert - 116
17) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 87
18) 12 - Dennis Spencer Jr. - 70
19) 24 - Mike Rowe - 31
20) 50 - Andy Shaw - 31
DNS - 90w - Craig Weinstein
DQ - 00nh - Jimmy Renfrew Jr.
Photos by
Norm Marx
1) 09 - Ryan Ripley - 50 Laps
2) 70 - Ryan Hewins - 50
3) 1 - Brandon Varney - 50
4) 1x - Jacob Hethcoat - 50
5) 34 - Spencer Morse - 50
6) 85 - Chanler Harrison - 50
7) 28 - Kevin Oliver - 50
8) 21 - Zach Nicholson - 50
9) 6 - Drew Morse - 49
10) 7 - Spencer Vaughan - 49
11) 13 - Evan Roy - 49
12) 9 - Alex Ricker - 28
13) 33 - Billy Dixon - 17
Johnny Clark Battles to 5th Career
White Mountain PASS Win
on Father’s Day
ACT PRESS RELEASE -- Woodstock, NH -- On a cool Sunday afternoon in the Pemigewasset Valley of New Hampshire, Thunder filled the foothills to the tune of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models. A special Father's Day edition of racing at White Mountain Motorsports Park proved just the right medicine after a week of unseasonably constant rain in the Granite State. In the end, familiar faces made their way to victory lane, all of them having to fight to make it happen.

The popular Kennebec Equipment PASS MODS were led to point by longtime supporters Spencer Morse and Ryan Ripley. Morse would get the early jump before Ripley took over as newcomers Ryan Hewins and Jacob Hethcoat would inherit the remainder of the top three. While Morse and Chandler Harrison took to a physical battle for fifth, point leader Brandon Varney marched into third with his sights set on Hewins and Ripley. The lone caution on lap 22 for the spinning Spencer Vaughn allowed the leaders too much space for Varney and relegated him to a third-place finish. Ryan Ripley would take down the PASS Modified win with Ryan Hewins coming home second.

The headlining PASS Super Late Models were led to the green by Garrett Hall and D.J. Shaw with Joey Doiron and Mike Rowe in tow from the second row. Hall would take the early lead as Rowe followed on the inside but Shaw battled back to take control on lap 5. Shaw's reign at the top didn't last long as Doiron took over on lap 7.

After slipping back over multiple green-flag laps, Mike Rowe and Trevor Sanborn had contact at the start/finish line before Sanborn ran the Maine State Racing Legend high out of turn two and into the marbles on the backstretch. That ended with the #24 climbing to the top of the barriers and then spinning to the center of the back straight with two right side flats. Andy Shaw #50 and Logan Melcher #41 had no place to go and both hit the #24.

Joey Doiron went loose on the restart entry into turn one to give the edge to Shaw before Sanborn stopped in the infield grass to bring out the yellow on lap 38. Shaw edged out Doiron once again on the restart just as the yellow would fly once again as Jimmy Renfrew Jr. was stopped high in turn four. On the restart it was now the Shaw and Johnny Clark show as the two ran doorhandle-to-doorhandle under multiple laps over several restarts until Clark firmly took over on lap 63.

While battling got the best of Clark and Shaw, a damaged and determined Max Cookson started working his way to the front on the outside groove. The final caution on lap 110 for a spun Brian Whalley set up a final 40-lap sprint to the end. Clark beat and banged against Shaw in every corner as the two worked hard for position. Clark would eventually solidly keep the lead by lap 120 with Shaw falling back on the outside to allow Cookson, Evan Halstrom and Jimmy Renfrew Jr. to chase after Clark, but time ran out. Johnny Clark would take his fifth career White Mountain PASS win at with Max Cookson coming home second.
 Sunday, JUNE 18th, 2023
PASS Returns to White Mountain
for Father’s Day Sunday Matinee 
N. Woodstock, NH --  The Pro All Stars Series invades White Mountain Motorsports Park for a special Father's Day Sunday matinee to continue a twenty-three-year relationship between the highbanked New Hampshire quarter mile and the Maine-based Super Late Model series. Former touring champions and short track standouts flood the early entry list for the full-fendered touring series along with the popular PASS Modifieds, the Ammonoosuc Asphalt Mini Late Models and a special $1,000-to-win Open Street Stock 75.

Palmyra, Maine's Max Cookson leads the PASS Super Late Models into White Mountain on Sunday. Cookson has been meteoric in his rise among the PASS super stars and also sits as a front runner in the national Kulwicki Driver Development Program after taking down one PASS and two championship series wins at Oxford Plains Speedway so far this season. Not to be outdone, Center Conway's Gabe Brown and D.J. Shaw are both looking to break into Victory Lane on Sunday and gain the upper hand over Cookson, Trevor Sanborn and Johnny Clark in the PASS North standings.

Brandon Varney and Spencer Vaughn stand atop the PASS Modifieds standings after their respective wins at Vermont's Thunder Road and Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway. Not to be overshadowed by the veterans, young rookie Evan Roy bounced back from a heat-race disaster at Thunder Road to win his first Modified race at his Oxford hometrack just last weekend, leaving a new challenge for the youngster at an untested White Mountain Motorsports Park on Sunday.

The Ammonoosuc Asphalt Mini Late Models return to the White Mountain highbanks after their season opening doubleheader against the Mighty Mini Stock Tour. Antrim, New Hampshire's Desmond Skillings leads the pack as defending champion Nick Anderson looks to climb back to the top this Sunday afternoon. The Father's Day 75 Open Street Stock event has been stirring up Street Stockers from across the northeast with its tantalizing $1,000 to win prize. Father/Son duo Jason and Tanner Woodard have entered the event with teams from Connecticut and Maine expressing interest in making the trek.

The Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model 150 headlines the Sunday, June 18th portion of the Father's Day doubleheader weekend doubleheader at White Mountain Motorsports Park along with a special $1,000-to-win PASS Modified showdown as part of the Weston's Automotive Challenge! The Ammonoosuc Asphalt Mini Late Models will be gunning in a special $750-to-win event with an added $1,000-to-win Open Street Stock 75-lapper. Post Time is set for 2:00pm on Sunday with Adult General Admission set at $25, children 12-6 at $10 and kids 5 and under free with a Family Four Pack available for $60.

White Mountain begins the Father's Day weekend doubleheader on Saturday, June 17th with a visit from the New England Antique Racers (NEAR) and the NELCAR Tour. NELCAR will be bringing both of their popular divisions in the Legends and Bandoleros alongside the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models, Fisher Auto Parts Flying Tigers, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Strictly Stock Minis and Dad's 4 By Tool & Supply Kid's Division. Post Time is set for 6:00pm with General Admission available starting at $15 for adults, $5 for children 12-6 and kids 5 and under free! A Family Four Pack for two adults and two kids is available for $30.

For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963,, or visit You can also follow WMMP on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
June 18th WMMP to be a Weston
Automotive Challenge Race

Anonymous Donor puts up $100
MODS Tow Money for Spud 
Naples ME - Officials with the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have announced the newly added PASS MODS race at White Mountain Motorsports Park will be a part of the Weston Automotive PASS MODS Challenge Series which debuted at Thunder Road in May. PASS officials have also announced that an anonymous donor has contacted the offices in Naples to add $100 "tow money" to any PASS MODS driver taking the green flag at Spud in the early July 50 lap tilt in Aroostook.

The Weston Automotive PASS MODS Challenge contested at the races at White Mountain Motorsports and Thunder Road pays the winner $1000 and adds purse throughout the field. Weston Automotive also awards trophies to the top 3 points earning drivers within the series.

Weston Automotive is located at 584 Boston Post Road in Weston, MA and is open Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM. At Weston Automotive, they are committed to providing service excellence that makes them your dealership alternative.

PASS officials also received a message early in May that a donor wanted to help the PASS MODS teams make the trip to Spud Speedway. "We just wanted to help out a little," they said. "With fuel costs still high, and many of the PASS MODS teams on a budget, we wanted to do something to help the teams get there and back. Hopefully it will help inspire a few extra teams to make the drive and put on a show."

PASS President Tom Mayberry said, "We are starting to see a lot of interest in this division again from both racers and sponsors. We are hoping to keep this momentum going and really build the series into a great stepping stone for younger drivers, or a good place for a veteran driver to continue competing in the later years of a career."

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