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Payout Per 25 Lap Event: $, $, $, $75, $60, $50, $40 to Last
Bonus For top 5 in points for all 3 Races: $, $, $, $75, $50
Weight: 2, Lbs; 53% Left Side for Unibody Cars;
54% Left Side for Full Frame Cars.
Ride Hight: 6 inches; Front Clip and Center Section
must be factory and unaltered.
Camber: inches Maximum on Right Front.
Shocks: Must be under $90 MSRP; No Bilstein or similar performance
shocks allowed. No Heim Joints, No Suspension Limiting allowed.
Cars are allowed a Maximum of 1 Spring Rubber Per Spring.
Built Motors with Vortex Heads must weigh 2, Lbs.
Carburetor: Stock Rochester 2 Barrel or Stock Holley
Maximum Tread Width: inches.
PITS OPEN @ AM  - PIT FEE: $45

FRONT GATES OPEN @ AM
GRANDSTANDS - Adult: $25
Junior (): $10 - 5 & under FREE
FAMILY FOUR PACK (2 Adults, 2 Juniors): $55
SKYBOX - Adults: $50 & Juniors: $20

RACING BEGINS @ PM
OPS SAT., OCT. 16th Schedule PDF
SUNDAY, OCTOBER. 17th - PM

PUMPKIN BASH 4/6 Cylinder Enduro
Stock & Modified Spectator Drags
Smokey Donut Show

LADIES   SPORT TRUCKS
RUNNIN' REBELS  CRUSIERS
PITS OPEN @ AM  - PIT FEE: $25

FRONT GATES OPEN @ AM
GRANDSTANDS - Adult: $14
Senior & Military: $12
Junior (): $5 - 5 & under FREE
FAMILY FOUR PACK (2 Adults, 2 Juniors): $30
SKYBOX - Adults: $28 Juniors: $6

RACING BEGINS @ PM
OPS SUN., OCT. 17th Schedule PDF
Classes Added to 10/16 & 17 Shows
Limited Sportsman/Sport Series/Super Streets
 on the 16th & Stock s/Mad Bombers on the 17th
Oxford, ME -- Officials at Oxford Plains Speedway announced the addition of the Limited Sportsman/Sport Series/Super Street type cars and the Stock /Mad Bomber type cars to the season ending Racing Weekend Extravaganza slated for October 16th and 17th.

"We have had a number of drivers reach out to us with interest in competing at Oxford Plains Speedway," said Vice President Mike Mayberry, "So we thought what better way to then to add them to our year end festivities and give these drivers a chance to try their hand here at the Speedway."

The season ender begins on Saturday October 16th at PM with the PASS SLM presented by Spencer Group Paving, along with the PASS MODS 50, Street Stocks Triple 25s, and the ACT Flying Tigers 75 lapper. Limited Sportsman/Sport Series/Super Street cars will be added to the Saturday card to make it a full day of high speed action. Rules and laps will be finalized and posted in the coming days.

Oxford Plains Speedway returns to action the very next day October 17th for its traditional Armageddon of Destruction Motor Mayhem Pumpkin Bash also featuring the Oxford Acceleration Series. Stock s/Mad Bombers will be added to that day's action for heat races and a 20 lap feature event using home track rules. Also on the card will be a 4/6 cylinder Pumpkin Bash Enduro, The Smokey Donut Show, Spectator Drags, and a Flagpole Race to end a busy season.

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SUPER LATE MODELS    STREET STOCKS
BANDITS    ROOKIES    FIGURE 8s
PHOTOS BY ORIANA LOVELL
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Spencer Paving Group Super Late Models (50 laps): 1. 29 Trevor Sanborn, 2. 7g Curtis Gerry, 3. 8 Calvin Rose Jr., 4. 24 Mike Rowe, 5. 1 Kyle Desouza, 6. 23 Dave Farrington Jr., 7. 02 Brian Whalley, 8. 29L Ryan Littlefield, 9. 03 Scott Moore, 12 Dennis Spencer Jr., 36 Ryan Robbins, 29T Austin Teras, 53 Alan Wilson, 20 Richie Brown, 18 Justin Larsen, 7T Shane Tatro, 60b Tim Brackett, 19 John Rideout, David Getchell, 63 Kyle Salemi, 12R Max Rowe
CHAMPION DAVE FARRINGTON JR.

  Dave Farrington Jr. Crowned 
Oxford Plains Speedway
Track Champion

Trevor Sanborn of Parsonsfield picked up his first win of the season in the Spencers Paving Group Super Late Models while Dave Farrington J.r of Sabattus was crowned OPS Track Champion for the 2nd year in a row.

Eric Hodgkins of Winthrop won his 5th Aroma Joe's Figure 8s feature of the season also capturing the F8 Division Championship. Greg Durgin of Norway finished in 2nd with Dale Lawrence of Minot rounding out the top 3.

Nick Wilson of Hebron captured his 2nd win of the season in the Cooley's Commercial Tire Bandits. Jeremy Farrar took the early lead while the Mowatt brothers and Wilson went 3 wide behind him. Wilson took the lead on lap 3 and led the rest of the 20 lap feature. Luke Mowatt and Alex Mowatt of Norway finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. Alex Mowatt also won his 2nd Bandits Championship in a row.

Kyle Hewins won his first Street Stocks feature of the season. Hewins took the early lead and led the rest of the feature. Jordan Russell of Norway picked up 2nd place after passing Tyson Jordan of Turner on the last lap. Jordan Russell won the Street Stocks Championship.

Samuel Wardwell of Cape Elizabeth won his 4th ATA Piping Inc. Rookies feature of the season. Early in the race he battled it out with Maddy Herrick, but ultimately Wardwell pulled away, leaving Herrick to settle for a 2nd place finish. Jeremy Turner of Norway picked up the 3rd place finish. Maddy Herrick of Otisfield won her 1st Rookies Championship.

Trevor Sanborn took the early lead in the Super Late Model feature with Mike Rowe hot on his tail. After a couple of cautions, Calvin Rose Jr. moved into 2nd place on lap After another caution Rowe and Curtis Gerry duked it out on the restart before Gerry pulled away into 3rd place on lap Gerry caught up to Rose and passed him for 2nd place on lap Sanborn led all 50 laps of the feature. Curtis Gerry of Waterboro finished in 2nd place with Calvin Rose Jr. of Turner finishing a solid 3rd place. Dave Farrington Jr. was named the OPS Track Champion for the 2nd time in a row.

Cam Richards of South Paris took home his 2nd win of the season in the Agren Runnin Rebels. Richards took the early lead and led all 20 laps. Adam Oneil of Turner picked up 2nd with Addie McDaniel of Buckfield finishing in 3rd place. AJ Smith of Harrison won the Rebels Championship.

Scott Merrill of Auburn won his 3rd race of the season in the 4 Cylinder Figure 8 feature. Jason Cyr of Turner finished 2nd with Kyle Hewins of Oxford rounding out the top 3. Jason Cyr also took home the 4 Cylinder Figure 8s Championship.

Chris Foster of Buckfield picked up his 2nd win of the season in the Mainely Ductless Heating and Air Outlaws. Foster took the lead on lap 3 and led the rest of the feature. Jonathon Emerson of Sabbattus held off Brady Childs to finish in 2nd place while Brady Childs of Leeds settled for 3rd place. Brandon Varney of Mechanic Falls won his 2nd Championship in a row in the Outlaws.

Ethan Guptill of Lewiston captured his first career win in the Rogee's Auto Repair Cruisers. Cody Merrill took the lead but after a few cautions Guptill had made his way to the front and took the lead on lap Guptil ran away and led the rest of the 20 lap feature. Cody Merrill of Lisbon ended up settling for 2nd place while Dominik Knowlton of Minot took home 3rd and the Cruisers Division Championship.

Ryan Farrar of Oxford picked up his 4th win of the season in the DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks. Lukas Mitchell moved into 2nd on lap 3 and quickly began chasing Farrar down. After a caution Farrar and Mitchell continued battling for the lead even when Jake Dobson entered the picture on lap 15 when he took over 3rd place. With 1 to go Mitchell was on the outside about ready to take the lead but got loose and ended up having a very close finish with Jake Dobson. Jake Dobson ended up finishing 2nd while Lukas Mitchell of Fayette settled for 3rd place. Brad Weismann of Saco won the OPS Sport Trucks Championship by mere points over Ryan Farrar.

Breeanna Spaulding of Lisbon won her 11th T&M Commercial Funding Ladies feature and her 3rd OPS Ladies Championship. Spaulding took the early lead and led the rest of the feature. Betty Nelson of Limington and Chloe Kiley of West Paris finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Street Stocks (20 laps): 1. 5 Kyle Hewins, 2. 4 Jordan Russell, 3. 17 Tyson Jordan, 4. 36 Richard Spaulding, 5. 07 Richard Thompson, 6. 3 Jimmy Burham
CHAMPION JORDAN RUSSELL
Cooley's Commercial Tires Bandits (20 laps): 1. 53 Nick Wilson, 2. 22 Luke Mowatt, 3. 11 Alex Mowatt, 4. 44 Jeff Libby, 5. 1 Jeremy Farrar, 6. 68 Austin Sanborn, 7. 13 Tyler Hall, 8. 5
CHAMPION ALEX MOWATT
ATA Piping Inc Rookies (15 laps): 1. 19 Samuel Wardwell, 2. 95 Maddy Herrick, 3. 09 Jeremy Turner, 4. 4 Cody Macomber, 5. 8 Cayleigh Rose, 6. 2 Keyra Robertson
CHAMPION MADDY HERRICK
Aroma Joe's Figure 8s (15 laps): 1. 97 Eric Hodgkins, 2. 41 Greg Norton, 3 .2 Dale Lawrence, 4. 00 Larry Lizotte, 5. 64 Dale Durgin, 6. 19 Jeffery Heaward, 7. 10 Terry Kirk, 8. 17 Steve Mcallister
CHAMPION ERIC HODGKINS

LADIES    SPORT TRUCKS    4 CYL. FIGURE 8s
RUNNIN' REBELS  CRUSIERS  OUTLAWS
PHOTOS BY ORIANA LOVELL
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T&M Commercial Funding Ladies (20 laps): 1. 21 Breeanna Spaulding, 2. 8 Betty Nelson, 3. 16 Chloe Kiley, 4. 72 Deanna Bisbee, 5. 19 Maddy Herrick, 6. 30 Michele Bisbee, 7. 77 Ashley Martel, 8. 39 Amara Parker, 9. 28 Susan Veinott, 44 Annie Chartier, 1 Kasie Kolbe
CHAMPION BREEANNA SPAULDING
DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks (20 laps): 1. 71 Ryan Farrar, 2. 49 Jake Dobson, 3. 19 Lukas Mitchell, 4. 21 Alex Moore, 5. 39 Brad Weismann, 6. 3 Willis Potter, 7. 51 Kyle Glover, 8. 05 Rick Dobson
CHAMPION BRAD WEISMANN
4 Cylinder Figure 8s (15 laps): 1. 22 Scott Merrill, 2. 8 Jason Cyr, Kyle Hewins, 4. 4x 5. 4 Larry Lizotte
CHAMPION JASON CYR
Agren Runnin' Rebels (20 laps): 1. 37 Cam Richards, 2. 14x Adam Oneil, 3. 56 Addie McDaniel, 4. 50 AJ Smith, 5. 00 Chris Giguere ,6. 17 Trevor Ward, 7. 44 Dylan Cook, Cody White, Luke Flagg, John Childs, Anthony Giggey, 14c Tyler Cox
CHAMPION AJ SMITH
Rogee's Auto Repair Cruisers (20 laps): 1. 14 Ethan Guptill, 2. 58 Cody Merrill, 3. 5 Dominik Knowlton, 4. 64 Randy Groves, 5. 28 William Barker, 6. 33 Matt Hiscock, 7. 99 Michael Phillips, 8. 8 Bill Grover, 9. 4 Hunter Mason, 24 Austin Henschel
CHAMPION DOMINIK KNOWLTON
Mainely Ductless Heating and Air Outlaws (20 laps): 1. 71 Chris Foster, 2. 16 Jonathon Emerson, 3. 10 Brady Childs, 4. 1 Brandon Varney, 5. 11 Cam Childs, 6. 39 Drew Morse, 7. 8 Betty Nelson, 8. 4 Will Dunphy, 9. 72 Deanna Bisbee, 9 DJ Drew, 20 Fred Bril, 30 Matt Veinott, 07 Rick Thompson Jr.
CHAMPION BRANDON VARNEY



8/27, 8/28, and 8/29 WEEKEND EVENTS
Top 5 in the Points Standings

1. #83 - Dan Brown

2. #14h - Kurt Hewins

3. #35 - Kris Watson

4. #85 - Kenny Harrison

5. #07 - Rick Thompson


SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th,
DEREK GRIFFITH - CASSIUS CLARK - CURTIS GERRY

Super Late Model teams.
Only ignition box options for the Oxford

Fast Crain Box  OR 
PASS sealed
6AL Digital MSD box.
NO EXCEPTIONS

ACCELERATION SERIES RULES CONTACT
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NEW! FORD THUNDER STOCKS DIVISION

Oxford Plains Speedway is excited to announce the creation of a new entry level V8 division. The Thunder Stocks will utilize the specified full frame vehicles listed in the rules. The vision behind this division is to provide entry level drivers with an affordable rear wheel drive class to compete in. The Speedway is excited to launch this division. We would appreciate anyone planning to building one to update us on their progress as we would like to start holding races for the division in

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CAPNAPA.COM
COASTAL AUTO PARTS
Adds $30 CAP NAPA
Gift Cards to Yearend
Winner's Circle,
Rookie of the Year,
& Hard Charger
Awards
Officials at Oxford Plains Speedway and Coastal Auto Parts are pleased to announce that each winner of the Coastal Auto Parts Winner's Circle Challenge, Rookie of the Year, and Hard Charger Award for all Oxford Championship Series (OCS) and all Oxford Acceleration Series (OAS) divisions will receive a $30 CAP NAPA gift card to accompany their yearend plaque award.

Coastal Auto Parts (CAP), which owns 29 NAPA Auto Part Stores across Maine joined the OPS as title sponsor of the popular awards in and is pleased to directly help racers. "At Coastal Auto Parts we want to make sure we give back a little to the racers that are putting on the show for the fans. We thought, what better way to do that then to get them into one of our stores for some high quality parts, pieces or oil changes," said Vice President Michael Boles.

Coastal Auto Parts has built its business by focusing on superior customer service, through a deep inventory, quality people, and building meaningful relationships with their customers. From humble beginnings in Ellsworth in , Coastal Auto Parts has experienced dynamic growth in the last 10 years going from 4 stores to now doing business in 29 Maine Communities.

Thirty Three divisional winners who run at least 85% of the races will be presented with a special Coastal Auto Parts plaque to commemorate their outstanding achievement along with the CAP NAPA gift card.

Along with this announcement, Coastal Auto Parts has also agreed to become the official sponsor of the Oxford Plains Speedway Victory Lane. For the duration of the season, each winner will receive their accolades in the newly renamed Coastal Auto Parts Victory Lane.

For more information on Coastal Auto Parts or to find a store near you, please visit https://capnapa.com/.

To take advantage of marketing opportunities call or inquire at [email protected]
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OPS STREET STOCKS TIRES AS OF 7/24
Beginning July 24th, OPS Street Stocks (formerly named the Limited Late Models) will be returning to OPS stamped s with a durometer rule of
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PASS SLM LOYALTY PLAN
Naples, ME -- Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials have announced a new loyalty program that will allow racers in the Northeast a choice of running the entire 20 race PASS schedule or the flexibility to participate in only the New England North or New England South races and the chance to win up to $ The Northern Series will be comprised of 13 races throughout the season while the Southern Series will be made of 10 events.

“With our aggressive schedule, we thought it was important to give our drivers some choices about how they race with PASS,” said President Tom Mayberry, “This way, drivers who want to race 20 plus races still can, but drivers who budget for less races can still race loyally on a smaller schedule.”

PASS has 20 Northeast points paying events on the overall schedule and will crown its overall Champion on those races. From those races, The New Englan South Tour will see 3 races at Seekonk, 2 at Thompson, and 1 each at Loudon, Monadnock, Lee, Hudson, and the July event at White Mountain Motorsports Park. The New England North Tour will consist of 5 races at Oxford Plains Speedway, 3 at WMMP, and 1 each at Loudon, Thunder Road, Lee, Monadnock, and Hudson.
New England North Event = NEN
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April 2 & 3 - Easter Bunny Double Event
- Hickory Motor Speedway, NC (Included in PASS National Championship Series)

April 10 - Icebreaker - Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, CT NES

April 16 & 17 - Northeast Classic - New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NH NEN NES
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Heats @ 11 am, and Features @ pm.

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May 16 - Lee USA Speedway, NH NEN NES

May 23 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH NEN

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July

August 14

August 28 & 29 - Oxford

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April 2 & 3 - Easter Bunny Double Event
- Hickory Motor Speedway, NC

April 16 & 17 - Northeast Classic - New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NH
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Heats @ 11 am, and Features @ pm.
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May 23 - White Mountain Motorsports Park, NH

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August 14

August 28 & 29 - Oxford


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April 9 to 11 - 47th Icebreaker Weekend
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Oct. 8 to 10 - 59th Sunoco World Series Weekend
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PASS SUPER LATE MODELS - WORLD SERIES OFFICIAL FINISH

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps

1. Derek Griffith ( 12G ) Hudson, NH , 75 Laps

2. Austin MacDonald ( 13M ) Pictou, NS , 75 Laps

3. Eddie MacDonald ( 17MA ) Rowley, MA , 75 Laps

4. Ben Rowe ( 4 ) Turner, ME , 75 Laps

5. Cory Casagrande ( 7CT ) Stafford Springs, CT , 75 Laps

6. Ryan Kuhn ( 72 ) E. Bridgewater, MA , 75 Laps

7. Jake Matheson ( 52 ) Hillsboro, NH , 75 Laps

8. Devin O'Connell ( 43 ) Madison, CT , 75 Laps

9. Josh King ( 21 ) Vernon, VT , 75 Laps

Johnny Clark ( 54 ) Hallowell, ME , 75 Laps

Joe Kendall ( 4NH ) Winchendon, MA , 75 Laps

Brandon Barker ( 88 ) Windham, ME , 75 Laps

Dan Winter ( 81 ) Deerfield, NH , 75 Laps

Kate Re ( 10 ) Harrison, ME , 75 Laps

Brandon Turbush ( 17X ) Manorville, NY , 75 Laps

Dave Farrington Jr. ( 23 ) Jay, ME , 75 Laps

Michael Mitchell ( 40 ) Cumberland, RI , 67 Laps

Mike Scorzelli ( 18S ) Feura Bush, NY , 67 Laps

Rowland Robinson Jr. ( 20 ) Steuben, ME , 64 Laps

Derek Gluchacki ( 48 ) N. Dartmouth, MA , 63 Laps

Anthony Constantino ( 14ME ) Turner, ME , 34 Laps

D.J. Shaw ( 60 ) Ctr. Conway, NH , 10 Laps

Derek Ramstrom ( 52X ) Worcester, MA , 10 Laps

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ACT MEDIA RACE RECAP - - Hudson, NH’s Derek Griffin pulled the season sweep at Thompson Speedway for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models. Griffin started 12th for the lap feature and steadily worked his way through the pack. He eventually caught Austin MacDonald just past the lap mark and effortlessly swung past him for the lead.

 

Griffin wasn’t out of the woods yet, though. A series of cautions between laps 64 and 69 allowed MacDonald, Corey Casagrande, Eddie MacDonald, Ben Rowe, and others who had been battling throughout the field to take their shot. The field was shaken up even further on lap 67 when Johnny Clark and Dave Farrington tangled racing for the fourth spot, sending the other contenders scattering.

 

The closest call for Griffin when he wandered up the track in turn one on the ensuing restart. But he was able to recover and motor to a bookend victory after his Thompson Icebreaker triumph in April.

 

Austin MacDonald came back to take second late in the race as Casagrande began to fade. Early leader Eddie MacDonald was third with Ben Rowe, Casagrande, Ryan Kuhn, Jake Matheson, Devin O’Connell, Josh King, and Clark completing the top

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Berlin, CT's Keith Rocco (top left) celebrates victory in the
Sunoco Modified Triple Crown Series with his family.
(Nicholas Teto/YankeeRacer.com photo)
Rocco Remains Perfect at Thompson in Sunoco Modified Triple Crown Opener
Morgan Hangs on for Dramatic Late Model Championship at World Series Day 1
Thompson, CT -- Berlin, CT's Keith Rocco and Franklin, CT's Ryan Morgan emerged as the biggest winners of day one action for the 59th Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Friday, October 8. Rocco remained perfect in the Sunoco Modifieds for the season while Morgan bounced back from an opening-lap Late Model melee to hang on for his first championship.

Rocco rolled off eighth for the lap opening round of the Sunoco Modified Triple Crown Series as part of World Series Weekend. After Andrew Molleur went hard into the backstretch wall on the opening circuit, Rocco began following Wolcott, CT's Mike Christopher Jr. through the field. Christopher got to the front first, swinging underneath polesitter Paul LaPlante entering turn one to take the lead on lap eight.

Rocco slingshot past LaPlante on the opposite end of the track and set his sights on Christopher. But before Rocco could even contemplate a move, Christopher lost power as the field came off the fourth corner to complete lap Christopher could only pull to the inside and helplessly watch as the field flew past.

Newly crowned Stafford Speedway and New London-Waterford Speedbowl champion Todd Owen eventually picked his way through the pack to second. Owen then closed to within two car lengths of Rocco but could not seal the deal. It was the 60th career win for Rocco at Thompson Speedway. He also has won all five Sunoco Modified events held at Thompson under the sanction of the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS).
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Choice Hotels International Returns
as Official PASS Hotel Partner

Pro All Stars Series (PASS) president Tom Mayberry is pleased to welcome back Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH) as the Official Hotel Partner of the Pro All Stars Series.

Established in , PASS sanctions and promotes short track racing series throughout the eastern seaboard and maritime Canada.

PASS race teams, fans, family and friends can receive a discount at Choice brand hotels when booking hotel rooms through the Choice Hotels Sports Desk at AWAY () or via www.choicesportstravel.com. Discount subject to availability.

Choice Hotels has more than 4, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge, and Rodeway Inn brand hotels across the country and many within close proximity to the series race locations.

In making the announcement Mayberry said, "Many of our race teams, fans and friends of the series took advantage of our partnership with Choice Hotels International. We all know that travel expenses are a big chunk of any race team or race fans' budget, and the PASS discount really adds up over the course of the racing season. We're especially pleased with our association with Choice Hotels because it extends well beyond race teams on race day. Our racers, their fans, friends, and family can all take advantage of the Choice Hotels discount for both business and pleasure travel. It's a winning proposition for us all, and we appreciate Choice Hotel International's continued support."

"Our hope with this partnership provides PASS Racing and its members with the convenience and affordability of the more than 4, properties in the Choice Hotels domestic system," said Karen Krupka, manager, sports marketing, Choice Hotels. "We look forward to continuing and growing the partnership."

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Choice Hotels International franchises more than 6, hotels, representing more than , rooms, in the United States and 38 countries and territories. The company's Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn brands serve guests worldwide.

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PASS Invading White Mountain as Part of Late Model Championship Night

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.

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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

The Pro All Stars Series makes its final trip of the season to Oxford Plains Speedway this weekend, taking one more step towards crowning champions.  Before this weekend&#;s Spencer Group Paving, LLC. , here are 10 Things to Know about the event.

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 weekend&#;s 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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