CHARLOTTE, NC (May 2) – With a quarter of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model schedule in the history books, 2013 is shaping up to be one of the most competitive seasons on record. Through the first four races of the year there have been four different winners and the driver who has led the most laps in each of those events has failed to go on and capture the checkered flag. Additionally, the top five in points are separated by less than 50 markers and feature a great mix of veterans and rookies. One would expect to see Jay Fogleman, Kyle Grissom, and Brandon Ward in the mix for the championship, but upstarts Brandon Lynn and Spencer Davis have fared well early in the season.
With the racing as competitive as it is, one can’t be sure from race to race as to who might have the best odds in going to victory lane on a given weekend. One of the hottest drivers as of late in PASS South has been Sanford, NC’s Jody Measamer. Measamer has found great success in the region racing Late Model Trucks and has made the move to full-time PASS South Super Late Model competitor this year. Despite missing the first two races of the season at Dillon and Myrtle Beach due to engine problems, Measamer has stormed back finishing fifth at both Hickory and Southern National.
“The way Hickory went, we ran good all weekend and had a real good finish against some of the best drivers in the country and at Kenly we ran good again and were up at the top of the time sheets all weekend,” said Measamer.
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