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An International Super Late Model Tour with events in New England & Canada

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The PASS Booth with
Mike Rowe's SP2 #24 and
Travis Khiel's RMR #44

Troy Morse and Chris Staples

January 6 - 8, 2006
at the Augusta Civic Center

More Info: www.northeastmotorsports.net

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Mike Rowe Named Touring Series
Driver of the Year

(Naples, ME - January 6, 2006) PASS regular Mike Rowe of Turner, ME capped off a great 2005 season by being named Touring Series Driver of the Year after balloting by over 30 members of the New England motorsports press corps at the Northeast Motorsports Expo in Augusta, ME tonight.

In PASS competition, Mike had five wins, including a sweep of the Forbes Chev-Olds 200 and Atlantic CAT 250 at Scotia Speedworld in Halifax, Nova Scotia,
the big win at Beech Ridge in the Pullen Heavy Industries 300 at the inaugural PASS 400 Weekend in September. After a slow start Mike and the SP2 Team
came to life and finished with a total of 10 top threes including two seconds and three thirds as well as the five wins. And you can’t forget Mike’s win in the Oxford 250 after winning the Last Chance Race to make the field. Mike joined Dave Dion and Ralph Nason as the only three time winners of the 250.

Mike joins a distinguished roster of the most successful racers in the Northeast. Mike is the third PASS competitor to be chosen Touring Series Driver of
the Year, following last year’s winner Johnny Clark and his son Ben Rowe who won in 2000.

He joins some of the greatest names in racing in the Northeast, from Joe Bessey in 1992 and Ricky Craven in '93 to Dale Shaw, Dave Dion, Kelly Moore, Brad Leighton, Mike Olsen, two-time winners Mike Stefanik and Andy Santerre, as well as Benjie and Johnny.

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Troy Morse’s #6 PASS Modified
“Best in Class” at Augusta

(Naples, ME – January 9, 2006) Troy Morse of Bridgton, ME brought his beautiful #6 PASS Modified to the PASS booth at the Northeast Motorsports Expo in Augusta, ME early Friday morning for the big weekend show, and he left Sunday afternoon with the “Best in Class” Trophy for open wheel cars at the show.

His two girls also had fun at the show because they brought their own basket of candy to share with everyone who came to the PASS booth to pickup a
schedule for the PASS Modifieds, the Super Late Models, or the new Outlaw Late Models.
Northeast Motorsports
Expo Award
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Ben Rowe is 2005 IBG-PASS Champion
Johnny Clark Star Winner

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Ben Rowe with the Tom and Eileen Estes Hi Tech Performance Motorsports Team

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Full Story, Race Results, and Photo Galleries HERE

Clark Wins the Race – Rowe Wins the Championship

Naples, ME – October 1, 2005) A field of 29 cars took time for the 24 starting spots in the Infinity Business Group PASS 150 at Star Speedway, Epping, NH tonight. After the Sunoco time trials and the Dash, the balance of the field was set by two heats.

Dash winner Russ Hersey of Swanzey, NH in the David Ford sponsored #88 led the field to the green with Mike Rowe on the outside. Hersey jumped out quickly with Rowe falling in behind, followed by Cassius Clark and Ben Rowe.
Full Story HERE

Northern Tire to Sponsor PASS
Rookie of the Year

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(Naples, ME – April 12, 2005) It was announced today that Northern Race Tires of Ossipee, NH will again sponsor the PASS Rookie of The Year program.

The top finishing rookie in each of the 18 PASS races in 2005 will receive a free American Racer tire at the next PASS race. The highest finishing declared Rookie of the Year candidate in the season’s points will receive the big trophy and a certificate for four free American Racer tires. To be eligible, drivers must declare for the program, hold a PASS 2005 license, and may not have competed in more than half of any Pro Stock touring series events or NASCAR-sanctioned touring events in a single season.

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Ohlins Shocks, Eibach Springs, AP Racing Products Join PASS Contingency Program
(Naples, ME – April 8, 2005) Tom Mayberry, the President of PASS Racing, Inc., announced today that the PASS contingency program will be taking a big step forward in 2005.

Ohlins Shocks will be delivering a $50.00 voucher toward an Ohlins product or service by AMF Motorsports to the winner of each PASS

Super Late Model/Pro Stock race and a $25.00 voucher to a finisher
between second and tenth place in a random draw. In addition, the PASS champion will receive a set of Ohlins shocks at the annual PASS Awards Banquet.

Eibach Springs will give two springs to the winner of each PASS race and one spring to the fifth-place finisher. Eibach will also participate in the annual PASS Banquet Awards ceremonies as well with eight springs to be distributed.

AP Racing Products and their AP Brakes will also be participating in the weekly program and the annual PASS Banquet Awards ceremonies.

The program will be administered by AMF Motorsports of W. Chesterfield, NH. The AMF staff will attend a number of PASS races to support the PASS teams with the Ohlins, Eibach, and AP products. For more information on any of these products, contact Steve Havness at AMF Motorsports at 603-256-6800.

Independent Wheel Ups Its Program with PASS (Naples, ME – March 30, 2005) After a very successful first year as the Official Wheel of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS), Independent Racing Wheel of Oakville, CT has increased its contingency program with the fast growing Super Late Model/Pro Stock Series for the 2005 season.

After each of the 18 PASS races in 2005, three product certificates valued at $80, $50, and $30 will be awarded in a random drawing of qualified teams. To be qualified for the program, an Independent Racing Wheel decal must be carried on both front fenders of the racecar.

The competitors will take the certificates to Northern Tire in Ossipee, NH, the official Independent Racing Wheel dealer for PASS, and use them toward the purchase of Independent Racing Wheels.

In addition, a set of four Ultra Light Pro Stock wheels will be provided for the PASS Banquet product drawing.

PASS President Tom Mayberry said that with the total program now exceeding $3,000 for the PASS teams, “It’s great to see a company like Independent Racing Wheel continue and expand their support of our series and our race teams. We are overjoyed that they will be back again in 2005.”

For further information on Independent Racing Wheels, visit the website at www.IRWheel.com

or contact Northern Race Tire at 603-539-1566.


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PASS & American Race Tires in Multi-Year Agreement

(Naples, ME, March 15, 2005) Tom Mayberry, President of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced today that they have entered into a three-year agreement with Race Tires America, Inc. of Indiana, PA and Northern Tire of Ossipee, NH to be the official tire suppliers to both the PASS Super Late Model/Pro-Stock Series and the new PASS Modified Series.

The American Race Tire has proven its durability and repeatability over the last four years on the PASS Tour as well as on many of the local tracks. In fact, 95% of all tracks in New England run the same or similar tires as the PASS Series tires.

Under this agreement, all the PASS competitors will know what tires they will be running on for the next three years so they can plan accordingly.

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PASS Modifieds Add Two Races to 2005 Schedule

(Naples, ME – March 23, 2005) Tom Mayberry, President of PASS Racing, Inc., announced today that the fast-growing PASS Modified Division is adding two races to the 2005 schedule.

On Saturday June 18th, the PASS Modifieds will join the regular Saturday night divisions on the asphalt at Canaan Fair Speedway in Canaan, NH for heats and a 25-lap feature, and on July 29th, the Mods will make their second appearance of the season at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford Plains, ME on the Friday night of the BankNorth 250 Weekend.

These two added events bring the 2005 schedule to a total of 14 races at tracks in Maine and New Hampshire for the open-wheel modifieds in only their second full season of touring competition.

Mark Lucas, the 2004 champion, is geared up to defend his crown as the initial PASS Modified Series Champion, but there is a growing list of newcomers who are intent to make the second ever crown theirs. However, they are going to have to deal with veterans Jason Taylor who finished a scant 16 points behind Lucas and Wayne Allard who was just six points behind Taylor.

Check the full Modified Series schedule

PASS To Adopt ABC Bodies For 2005

(November 8, 2004 - Naples, ME) Tom Mayberry of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced today
that PASS has committed to the A-B-C body for the 2005 season.

The A-B-C body program is an industry standard for the design, construction, and technical
inspection of the bodies for offset template pro-stock and late model racecars throughout North
America. The leading body manufacturers have agreed to produce aerodynamically identical bodies
based upon agreed upon standardized specifications. For PASS, the objective is to keep the bodies
uniform, control costs for everyone, and bring our series into line with other pro-stock and super
late model series around the country that are already using the A-B-C body.

All PASS competitors running for 2005 season points and contingency awards must use a Five Star,
ARP, or other A-B-C body that conform to the A-B-C and PASS measurements and templates. All competitors will have the first half of the season to "use up" their existing bodies, and this rule will go into effect at the halfway point in the season.

Some of the competitors among the more than 120 racers who raced with PASS in 2004 run a limited schedule and will not be running for points in 2005. They will not be required to run the A-B-C body if they are not running for points.

The following bodies are approved for competition in 2005. A-B-C: Monte Carlo, Grand Prix, Taurus,
and Intrepid. Other bodies allowed but not eligible for season points are as follows:
Chevrolet - Camaro, Lumina, Monte Carlo; Buick - Regal; Oldsmobile - Cutlass; Pontiac - Firebird, Grand Prix; Ford - Thunderbird, Taurus; and Dodge - Intrepid.

Paul Johnson, the PASS Technical Director, will be scheduling rules information meetings with
dates and locations to be announced shortly. Keep checking this web site for further information.
Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS Team Up for '05

(November 3, 2004 – Naples, ME) Tom Mayberry of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Bill Ryan, Jr. of Oxford Plains Speedway announced today that there will be two PASS races during the 2005 season at Maine’s premier track. The first race will be the Oxford opening day event on April 30th and the second will be on June 11th.

In making the announcement Ryan said, “Having the PASS Series back on April 30th at Oxford Plains is a fantastic way to open our season. It sets the tone for a high level of competition for all our divisions for the 2005 season. Everyone here is excited about the return of PASS pro-stock racing.”

In addition to the opening day race, on June 11th the PASS competitors will go for 150 laps with a bit of a twist. The race will be broken into three fifty-lap segments will a full-field inversion after the first and second segments. The winner of each segment will receive a bonus in addition to the purse. With the BankNorth 250 a little over a month after this race, the PASS competitors will be looking to kick off their preparation for the 250, which they will be supporting in a big way.

Tom Mayberry said, “We’re all excited about returning to Oxford Plains Speedway. Our competitors will be looking forward to these two races. Many of us started our racing careers at Oxford Plains. It’s nice to be going home.”

For further information on tickets and schedules contact Oxford Plains Speedway at 207-539-8865 or on the web at www.oxfordplains.com
PASS Announces 18-Race Schedule for 2005
                         2005 Schedule HERE

(Naples, ME, December 22, 2004)   Tom Mayberry, President of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS), released the 2005 series schedule today and said that everyone associated with PASS should be proud of the growth from a ten-race schedule in 2001 to 18 races for 2005.

PASS will again kick off the season at White Mountain Motorsports Park in N. Woodstock, NH on Sunday afternoon April 17th with a practice day on Saturday the 16th. The Series returns to White Mountain twice more on the NEXTEL Cup weekends at NHIS for Saturday night races on July 16th and September 17th.

PASS returns to its roots at Oxford Plains Speedway for the first of two visits in 2005 on Saturday April 30th, and then it’s Triple 50’s with inversions on Saturday June 11th.

The Thompson Speedway race on Sunday May 15th, and a practice day on Saturday the 14th, marks the return of PASS to the CT oval for the fourth year of PASS racing in Southern New England.

The annual trips to Speedway 95 in Bangor, ME will be on Sunday May 22nd and September 11th, with the Speedway 95 Pro-Stock Champion having a guaranteed starting spot in the PASS 150 on the 11th. There will also be two trips to Canaan Fair Speedway in Canaan, NH with a Memorial Day Weekend show on Saturday May 28th and on Saturday August 20th.

One of the most exciting PASS races last season was the August race on the tight quarter mile at Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH. So, we’re going to do it again on Saturday June 4th and then for good measure on Saturday August 6th. On Saturday July 9th, PASS will return to Unity Raceway, Unity, ME for a great day of racing in the PASS 150.

On June 25th, the Forbes Chev-Olds 200 will feature the best Super Late Model/Pro-Stock racers in the Maritimes and the top PASS teams at Scotia Speedworld in Halifax, NS. And on Friday and Saturday August 12th and 13th, it’s back to Scotia Speedworld for the Atlantic CAT 250 before the biggest crowd of the year for any race in the Maritimes.

In September, PASS welcomes two new tracks to the PASS family. On Sunday September 4th, it’s the Labor Day Weekend PASS 150 at Twin State Speedway in Claremont, NH. Everyone at PASS is pleased to be going to Twin State for what we believe will be the first of many action-packed races.

On September 23 – 25, it’s the Pullen Heavy Industries PASS 400 Weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, ME for 400 laps of feature race action in multiple divisions over three days, including an added distance PASS race. There will be more on this exciting weekend of racing action in the coming months.

On Saturday October 1st, the Series returns to Star Speedway in Epping, NH for the season finale.

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

email: passracing@adelphia.net