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PASS Concludes 2004 Season At The Banquet of Champions

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PASS Champ Johnny Clark  finished 2nd to Concord ace and  Big 10 Series champion Freddie Query in the Asphalt World Championships at Concord (NC)
Motorsports Park
on Sunday, November 21st. Johnny had been right on Freddie's bumper with 30 to go when the #54's rear end catch tank started to dump fluid and made the going slippery. Storming thru the dogleg, Johnny was pulling big revs at the end of the straights out of a super new motor from Butler and MacMaster.
Ted Christopher nailed down third in Clinton Teague's  #34 PASS car.

Mike Rowe in the SP2 #24 tangled with a spinning lapped car and was out.

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Talent, Teamwork & Consistency:
Johnny Clark is 2004 Pro All Stars Series Champion

Johnny Clark drove one of the toughest races of his career Saturday at Thompson International Speedway, staying out of trouble and running a clean race to record a ninth place finish in the PASS Octoberfest 100. On any other night a ninth place run would be less than satisfying for a team that’s led the series with four victories and twelve top five finishes in the fifteen races that made up the 2004 Pro All Stars Championship chase. But Saturday’s ninth place run clinched the 2004 Pro All Stars Series Championship for the young man from Farmingdale Maine, capping a great season for Clark’s family-focused race team.

There’s never been a question that Clark has the talent to get the job done. He was fast from the start when he got his first taste of PASS competition in 2001. Injury cut short his first PASS season but Clark came back in 2002 with a vengeance, earning the PASS/Northern Race Tires Rookie of the Year award with a solid string of top ten finishes on his way to fourth in the final standings. 2003 saw Clark and his team visit victory lane for the first time, scoring a popular win in a season that saw eventual champion Ben Rowe dominate the podium. Clark finished second to Rowe in the title run, and looked like he might be ready for a shot at the championship. He’d competed on all the race tracks and had assembled all the necessary components – equipment, crew and sponsors – to run with the best. But could Clark and his team handle the pressure of a championship campaign?

The answer was a resounding yes. Clark came out strong at the first PASS race of the season and never let up. Throughout the year he battled back when Ben Rowe would cut his point leads to a razor-thin margin, winning races when it counted and recording solid finishes when a win wasn’t in the cards. Brother Bobby kept making the right calls and his entire team performed their roles almost flawlessly

Clark’s first victory of 2004 came at Canaan Fair Speedway and he backed that one up with a $25,000.00 win in his sponsor’s own DNK Select 250 at Unity Raceway, after a great call by to pit for an adjustment late in the race. Clark was on unfamiliar turf at Riverside (NH) Speedway but once again he and his team visited victory lane, then headed north to Atlantic Canada to claim the prestigious Atlantic Car 250 at Scotia Speedworld. In a season that saw ten different drivers visit PASS victory lane, Clark still stood out.

Clark’s championship campaign was sponsored by DNK Select Used Cars, Clark’s Cars and Parts, Clark Graphics, AutoDealer Magazine and JT Race Cars.

Congratulations to Johnny Clark and all the men and women that did their jobs so well – you’re the 2004 Pro All Stars Series Champions!

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Donnie Whitten is PASS Rookie of the Year

Touring series racing is a tough business when you’re not accustomed to traveling to a new speedway every week, learning the track and putting together a competitive set-up with limited practice. After the race there’s little time to prepare before your team is on the road to the next stop. That’s what a first time Pro All Stars Series competitor faces throughout the tough fifteen race schedule and Biddeford Maine’s Donnie Whitten outshone all the rest in 2004 to earn the PASS/Northern Race Tires Rookie of the Year title.

Whitten had seen success on a very limited schedule in past Pro All Stars Series seasons and ended his 2003 campaign on a strong note, running a steady and clean race in the PASS-sanctioned DNK Select Big Dawg Challenge to record a remarkable fourth place finish. The off-season brought the added support that the Whitten team needed when they joined forces with the Moody Family, who’s Richard Moody and Sons Construction logo has graced winning race cars for many years. With a new race car in the stable and Whitten’s old reliable ride there when needed, the team set out to become touring racers.

Whitten’s season had its ups and downs, as all rookie campaigns do. But the Whitten/Moody family merger showed steady improvement all season long, including a late season run of four consecutive top ten finishes that sealed the rookie title. Competing in thirteen of the Pro All Stars fifteen scheduled events The 83 team recorded five top ten and eleven top twenty finishes, with an eighth place run at Speedway 95 topping the list. Whitten finished the season twelfth in the final PASS point standings.

Swanzey New Hampshire’s Todd Patnode finished second in the standings, followed by Corey Williams (Boothbay ME) third, Chris Ross (Malta, NY) fourth and Lianne Lombardi (Manchester CT) fifth. Whitten joins Richie Dearborn (2001), Johnny Clark (2002) and Travis Kheil (2003) on the elite list of PASS rookie title winners.

2004 PASS/Northern Race Tires Rookie of the Year Donnie Whitten and 2004 Series Champion Johnny Clark will be honored at the Pro All Stars Series Banquet of Champions on Saturday November 13th at Verillo’s Restaurant in Portland Maine.
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We are saddened to learn that our friend and fellow competitor Scott Fraser from Schubenacadie, Nova Scotia  has passed away, the victim of a snowmobiling accident.

All of us at the Pro All Stars Series extend our deepest sympathies to Scott’s family, loved ones, and friends.

           More at maritimemotorsports.com

                           & speed51.com

Online condolences: family@scottfraseronline.com Sympathy Cards can be mailed to: P.O. Box 105,
                  Shubenacadie, NS, B0N 2H0

PASS Sanctions Mod Division


Pro All Stars Series President Tom Mayberry has announced that the Pro All Stars Series will sanction as many as eleven events for the newly created “PASS Mod” division in 2004.

The open wheel class will make it’s touring debut at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock New Hampshire on Saturday April 17th, joining the PASS Pro Stocks for the D-J Equipment 150. The PASS Mods will share the spotlight at four additional Pro All Stars Series events in 2004: Sunday April 25th and Saturday August 21st at Speedway 95 in Hermon Maine; Sunday May 30th at Canaan Fair Speedway in Canaan New Hampshire and Sunday August 7th at Riverside Speedway in Groveton New Hampshire. In addition, the PASS Mods will be featured at Unity Raceway on May 9th, June 19th, July 10th, August 14th and October 16th. One additional date is currently being negotiated.

According to Mayberry, “I’m pleased that we’ve been able to work out a basic touring schedule for the PASS Mods. These are the same open wheel racers that made their debut at Wiscasset Raceway in 2003 and the competition was close and exciting. Our hope is to showcase this division in Maine and New Hampshire, keeping them close to their current home base in Maine. It’s a great opportunity for drivers who would prefer to race a lighter open wheel car to get out and compete on a number of different speedways. There are currently eighteen of these cars built and it’s our belief that a solid schedule and stable rules will encourage more teams to build them. I’d like to thank John Crawford of Unity Raceway and Dale Cullivan, Ed Beckwith, Bob Taylor and Chubby Howe who represented the modified teams in a cooperative effort to make this series a reality ”

Scott Reed will oversee all PASS Mod events with assistance from Bruce McMahon. Direct questions to Reed at (207) 625-3230 between the hours of 6:30 and 8:30 PM.

RACEARAMA 2004 at the Springfield Big E - Mar. 5-7

D.N.K. Racin’ Preview 2004 at the Portland Expo
Feb. 20th  & 21st

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Oval Craft, ARP Support PASS Racers

Oval Craft Inc. and Aluminum Racing Products have returned to the 2004 Pro All Stars Series as product support sponsors.

Oval Craft is based in Tunnel Hill Georgia and manufacturers a wide range of aluminum products for motorsports including dry sump tanks, racing seats, female dry breaks and flapper valves, power steering reservoirs and much more. Their mission is to provide the oval track racing community with aluminum racing components that are superior in design, of the highest quality, and made from the finest materials while maintaining the highest level of service all at the most competitive price. Oval Craft joined the PASS Series in 2003 and will once again provide three $500.00 product certificates for the Pro All Stars 2004 banquet of Champions drawing.

Aluminum Racing Products has its’ headquarters in Greenbrier Tennessee and manufactures Aluminum, Fiberglass and steel bodies for pro stocks, late models, super trucks and mini cup racers. .ARP has been a PASS product sponsor since the series’ inception and one lucky racer will go home from the 2004 banquet with a product certificate for a complete ARP racing body.

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DNK Paces PASS Pack

DNK Select Used Cars of Farmingdale Maine will once again provide the Pro All Stars Series with a sharp Chevrolet Monte Carlo pace car for the up-coming sixteen race 2004 season. DNK has paced the field since the series’ inception in 2001.

“DNK Select Used Cars is certainly one of the Northeast’s premiere racing sponsors,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry of the high volume used car and truck dealer.” They’ve put together a comprehensive motorsports marketing program that includes series, race and individual team sponsorship that literally spans the region. I appreciate Doug White and Charlie Clark’s commitment to motorsports in general and their continued support of the Pro All Stars Series in particular.”

In addition to providing the series pace car, DNK Select Used Cars will sponsor the June 13th $25,000.00 to win DNK Select 250 Pro All Stars Series event at Unity Raceway in Unity Maine. The race carries a total purse in excess of $148,000.00. DNK continues as the primary sponsor of Johnny Clarks’ PASS racer and new for 2004 is an associate sponsorship for Cassius Clark’s Chapman Racing entry. Doug White will enter his own PASS racer in the DNK Select 250 for Maine superstar Andy Santerre.

In addition to stocking over 200 late model cars and trucks, DNK specializes in late model one-ton “duallies” for the racing set. Visit them at 530 Maine Avenue (Route 201) or on the web at

Independent Named PASS Official Racing Wheel

Independent Racing Wheel has reached an agreement with the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) to be designated as the official racing wheel of the PASS touring Pro Stock series.

In conjunction with their newest dealer Northern Race Tires, the Oakville Connecticut manufacturer will present three product certificates valued at $85.00, $50.00 and $30.00 respectively in a random drawing of qualified race cars at each of the sixteen 2004 Pro All Stars Series races. These certificates may be redeemed at Northern Race Tires toward the purchase of Independent Racing Wheels. In order to qualify for this program, an Independent Racing Wheel decal must be displayed on both front fenders of the racecar.

In addition to the sixteen- race product certificate program, Independent Wheel will provide a set of four ultra light Pro Stock wheels for the 2004 PASS banquet product drawing. The total value of this program for PASS racers is $3,000.00 in 2004.

“I want to thank Independent Wheel and Northern Race Tires for putting together this program for our teams,” said series President Tom Mayberry in making the announcement. “Independent Wheel manufactures state-of-the-art products to meet today’s performance needs while adhering to the tried and true philosophy of providing superior customer service, and we’re pleased to designate them the official wheel of the Pro All Stars Series.”

Visit the Independent Wheel website at
www.IRwheel.com or contact Northern Race Tires at (603) 539-1566 for a full line brochure.

Sunoco Re-Ups with PASS

Once again Sunoco Race Fuel has been designated as the official “spec” fuel of The Pro All Stars Series. 2004 marks the third season that the touring Pro Stock series racers must compete with either Sunoco Supreme or Standard racing gasoline in their fuel cell at all Pro All Stars events. The program has successfully eliminated the use of additives and more expensive qualifying fuels in the series, yet another means to help control the price of competition. Fuel samples are taken by the Pro All Stars Series technical inspection team at each event to insure compliance with the program.

“We have built a strong relationship with New England Racing Fuel over the past three seasons,” says series President Tom Mayberry,” and I’d like to thank Charlie and John Holland for their ongoing support of the Pro All Stars Series. They’ve gone the extra mile to help us establish and implement the spec fuel program, and all of our PASS competitors have benefited from their participation in our series.”

Sunoco Race Fuel is available at all tracks where the PASS competes,
as well as through New England Racing Fuel’s extensive dealer network including Northern Race Tires in Ossipee, NH (603- 539-1566).

For a complete list of dealers click on the Sunoco Race Gas logo at the left, or contact New England Racing Fuel at 860-673-9555.

The Pro All Stars kick of their sixteen race 2004 schedule with the D-J Equipment 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock NH on Saturday April 17th. Time trials get underway at 1 PM with racing right after time trials. For more information visit the PASS website or www.whitemtnmotorsports.com.

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Fuel Safe and Five Star Re-Up with PASS

Two of the country’s leading racing manufacturers have renewed their support of the Pro All Stars Series for 2004, marking their fourth season of involvement with the Pro Stock touring series.


Fuel Safe Racing Cells, a division of Aircraft Rubber Manufacturing Inc, has its headquarters in Bend Oregon. Fuel Safe products provide superior quality and workmanship that exceed racers’ demanding expectations and sanctioning safety specifications. From top professional teams to amateur weekend racers Fuel Safe has become the leading choice of racers around the world. Fuel Safe has earned the reputation for providing the ultimate level of performance, reliability and of course safety. Fuel Safe will once again provide a 22 gallon quick fill sportsman racing cell for the PASS banquet of champions drawing, a unique program that gives all teams that share in the PASS point fund an equal chance to win a variety of valuable racing components and gift certificates.

Five Star Stock Car Bodies is also in their fourth year of participation in the PASS contingency program and will contribute a certificate for a Five Star body to the banquet drawing as well as body discount certificates that can be redeemed throughout their extensive dealer network. Located in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, Five Star Race Car Bodies is dedicated to providing the racing community with quality after market body panels specifically designed for racing from the short tracks to Daytona. Five Star has nearly 120,000 square feet of floor space dedicated to the manufacture and distribution of body panels and accessories used in oval-based series, including PASS and most major short track series across the country. They also produce bodies and windows for drag racing in the NHRA and IHRA, as well as road racing series like SCCA and ASCAR.


“I’d like to thank both Fuel Safe and Five Star for their on-going support of the Pro All Stars Series,” said series President Tom Mayberry.” Both companies stepped up to the plate with us from year one and we’re honored to represent them. Our year-end drawing for product certificates has become one of the highlights of our annual banquet and I know our competitors truly appreciate their contribution to our series.”


Visit both companies websites by logging on to www.ProAllStarsSeries.com and clicking on their logos on the home page. Manufacturers interested in participating in the Pro All Stars Series contingency program should contact Norman Desjardins at (603) 387-5598 or by email at normdesjardins@adelphia.net.

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

email: passracing@adelphia.net