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The Late Model championship bout that precedes the PASS showdown is sure to bring the heat. Gilman, VT’s Jeff Marshall carries the point lead into the final round thanks to his third win of the season last Saturday. Eight-time champion Quinny Welch of Groveton, NH is nine points back in second, making him very much alive for a ninth title. Candia, NH’s Jimmy Renfrew, who had led the points for the past two months, is now third with a point gap to Marshall.
Thanks to the Late Model format at White Mountain, Renfrew still has a shot, as does Oren Remick despite his point deficit. Drivers can earn up to 20 points between their heat race and the semi-feature. If Renfrew and Remick qualify for the semi-feature while Marshall and Welch do not, the margin would close considerably.
This wrinkle also means Marshall — or anyone else, for that matter — can’t save anything for later in qualifying. Every position counts, meaning fans get to see all four drivers going full-bore every lap. As they battle with each other, less-heralded racers such as Matthew Morrill, Kasey Beattie, and Mike Jurkowski will do their best to steal the show.
The PASS Modifieds also are ready for action. The rebirth of the Modifieds has culminated in with some events drawing more than 30 cars — and producing great racing to match.
Windham, ME’s Garrett Lamb holds the point lead enter Saturday’s lap feature. He’s closely pursued by Lyman, ME’s A.J. Cates, three-time winner Max Cookson of Pittsfield, ME, Auburn, ME’s Brandon Varney, and former champion Spencer Morse of Pittsfield, ME. When you add in sixth-place Shawn Knight, the top half-dozen drivers are separated by 65 points, meaning any of them can still end up the champion.
The Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks complete the Saturday card. While Gilmanton, NH’s Thomas Smithers VI has been his usual impressive self with seven victories this year, Waterford, VT’s McKenna Merchant has emerged as his biggest challenger. Merchant has three wins while Logan Farnsworth, Damion Sicard, Owen Rogers, and Kyle Goodbout are among the other talented youth racers.
Foley Oil & Propane presents a superstar program at White Mountain Motorsports Park this Saturday, September 18 at pm. The PASS Super Late Models go green-flag laps while the Foley Oil & Propane Late Models crown the “King of the Mountain”. The PASS Modifieds and Dads 4 By Tool & Supply Kids Trucks also have a full card of racing.
The pits open at pm and the grandstands open at pm. Admission is $20 for adults, $5 for kids ages , and $40 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).
For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at () , [email protected], or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
PASS Super Late Models releases schedule
NAPLES, ME (WWLP)- The PASS Super Late Models released their schedule on Wednesday that will feature 21 races for the season.
The season will start with a doubleheader at Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, NC for the Easter Bunny The edition of the Easter Bunny that was postponed will be held on Friday, April 2, , while the event will be held the next day on Saturday, April 3,
The series will then head to Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for the 46th annual Icebreaker on Saturday, April 9, and then head to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the inaugural Northeast Classic on Friday, April 16, and Saturday, April The series will close out the month of April with a race at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, April There will be a practice day at Oxford on Saturday, April
Rain dates have been reserved for Saturday, May 1, and Sunday, May 2 in case they are needed. The series will head to Lee USA Speedway on Sunday, May 16 with the American Canadian Tour Late Models.
They will head to White Mountain Motorsports Park on Sunday, May The series will have two races in the month of June. The first one will be at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, June 6 and the second one will be held at Hudson International Speedway for the first time on Sunday, June
The American Canadian Tour Late Models will also be apart of the program on Sunday, June The series will have a very busy month in July as they visit Monadnock Speedway for the first time with the American Canadian Tour Late Models on Sunday, July 4.
A race is still to be confirmed for Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, July 11 according to the PASS website. The series will return to White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, July
PASS will then head to Seekonk Speedway for the inaugural Bay State Classic on Wednesday, July 28 where the winner of the race will win $10, On Sunday August 8, there will be a rain date available if needed.
The series will have a race at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, August
One of the most prestigious short track events in the country will take place on Saturday August 28, and Sunday, August 29 as the Oxford will return. The lap Super Late Model race will happen on Sunday, August
The series will head into its final stretch of the season beginning on Saturday, September 18 with a trip to White Mountain Motorsports Park. On Saturday September 25, PASS will head to Seekonk Speedway for the DAV Fall Classic followed by the 59th annual Vermont Milk Bowl at Thunder Road Speedbowl on Friday, October 1.
PASS will be apart of the World Series of racing at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Saturday, October 9. The series will head to Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, October The season finale will be held at Seekonk Speedway for the Haunted Hundred on Saturday, October
In July, there will be two-non point lap races at Oxford along with an Oxford qualifier and a race to be announced. There will be a “run what ya brung” race at Oxford Plains Speedway in August. The date of the event is still to be determined.
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10 Things to Know: PASS Super Late Models at Oxford
1 This will be the 56th PASS race at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). The series has long called this track home and the touring regulars have to contend with the weekly warriors at this venue each time out.
2 Check your calendar. While in some regions of the country they are still racing at night, the post time for this weekends race is 1 p.m. ET on Saturday.
3 There will be laps of feature racing on Saturday. The Street Stocks will have a three part race where the field will be inverted after each segment.
4 Oxford Plains Speedway was built in and the 3/8ths of a mile has been a staple to Late Model racing in the northeast.
5 There have been 24 different winners in those 56 races. The number seemed stronger, but in recent years Curtis Gerry has pushed his win total to nine PASS events overall.
6 Should he be there, then no one is going to shy away from putting money on Cassius Clark. The Oxford winner has won his last two starts at OPS. In the most recent lap feature prior to the Oxford , he led all laps.
7 The PASS Points show some battles are still up for grabs. Overall, Johnny Clark has a commanding lead in the overall PASS points. Clark also leads the PASS North standings. Clark trials DJ Shaw in the PASS New England South standings, which will be decided next week at Seekonk. Also, the PASS National points will be settled next week with Derek Griffith leading that race.
8 The PASS Modifieds will have another thriller as a championship is on the line at OPS. Max Cookson leads by two points over Garrett Lamb. Only 56 points separate the top six with AJ Crates, Brandon Varney, Shawn Knight, and Spencer Moore hoping they could have a shot at the title.
9 Joey Doiron will be another one to watch as he’s posted four top five runs in five OPS starts this year with the PASS series. One of those races was a victory and he was second to Cassius Clark weeks before the and he was also fourth in the big race.
10 Watch all the coverage live on SpeedTV with a subscription.
-Story by: Elgin Traylor, Speed51 Correspondent
-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo
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