N. Woodstock, NH – N. Woodstock’s White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) welcomes the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) this Saturday, September 21 at 6:00pm. Three premier PASS touring series will join two of WMMP’s exciting weekly divisions for a no-holds-barred night of action in the White Mountains. All told, more than 300 laps of feature action are planned starring the Northeast’s biggest names at an unbeatable value for fans.
Dubeau Hits it Out of the Park for Labor Day Classic Win
Barre, VT – Plainfield, NH’s Rich Dubeau hit racing’s equivalent of a grand slam with a dominating victory in the 41st Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic 200 at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road on Saturday, September 14. Dubeau got the jump over hometown racer Nick Sweet on a lap-48 restart and never gave the lead up en route to his second victory of the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) season.
COLE BUTCHER WINS LUCAS OIL 150 AT RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
(Antigonish, NS, September 14, 2019) – Cole Butcher (Hantsport, NS) picked up his third victory of the 2019 Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour season by winning the Lucas Oil 150 at Riverside International Speedway. Championship contenders Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) and Jonathan Hicken (Brudenell, PE) started the race mid-pack but rallied to finish second and third respectively. Tonight’s result unofficially see Blenkhorn with a 22 point advantage over Hicken heading into the Season Finale Atlantic Oliver Tire 200 set for September 28th at Scotia Speedworld. Dylan Gosbee (Cornwall, PE) finished fourth while Austin MacDonald (Pictou, NS) finished in fifth spot on his Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour debut.
Crazy Horse Racing hitting full throttle with new Port City Racecars program
Over a dozen orders in for Super Late Model, Late Model chassis for 2020
SOUTH PARIS, Maine (Sept. 13, 2019) — Since the news of Crazy Horse Racing (CHR) becoming a dealer for the famed Port City Racecars brand, a level of excitement and overall buzz has filled the motorsports world in Maine, the likes of which hasn’t been seen for several years.
Stretch Run To Decide PASS North Championship Begins At Oxford Plains
NAPLES, ME (September 11) – Following the enormous success of the 46th Annual Oxford 250, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North racers should be well rested as they begin the stretch run to decide the championship this weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway. With the season starting to wind down, a big field of PASS North Super Late Models and PASS Modifieds are expected on Sunday afternoon for a big day of racing planned at Oxford Plains.
Take Two: Riverside Ending 50th-Anniversary Season on Saturday
JAMES RIVER, NS (September 10, 2019) – Management at Riverside International Speedway and the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour are ready to make a second attempt this Saturday at the event originally scheduled for the James River track last Saturday, but postponed due to Hurricane Dorian. While most of the event details remain as they were, some information is updated (noted in bold).
JAMES RIVER, NS (September 7, 2019) – Management at Riverside International Speedway and the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour have postponed the event which was scheduled for today to next Saturday, September 14.
Ray Christian III wins the Pro Stock portion of the Star Classic in the Vynorius Pile Driving 100
It was all fenders all the time on opening night of the 54th annual Star Classic and Ray Christian III was the man to beat. Every time the Granite State Pro Stock Series was on the track it was the black 93 at the top of the charts and leading the way to the checkers. Joey Doiron did all he could but wound up a disappointing second and Jimmy Renfrew, Jr. came up two spots short from another win at his home track.
Riverside Ending 50th-Anniversary Season on Saturday
JAMES RIVER, NS (September 4, 2019) – This 2019 season has been a 50th-anniversary celebration to remember at Riverside International Speedway, a season which will conclude Saturday night with a big show featuring round 11 of 12 for the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour in the Lucas Oil 150, championship-deciding races for the Napa Sportsman Series and the Passione Flooring East Coast Mini Stock Tour.
ASHLINE MAKES HISTORY AT WISCASSET SPEEDWAY by Ken Minott
Wiscasset Speedway has spent much of the 2019 season celebrating its fifty years of racing history. More history was made this past weekend as Ben Ashline of Fairfield put his name in the record books by doing something no other driver had done. Near perfect weather greeted fans as they packed the stands on Sunday afternoon for the Boss Hogg 150. The race was the highlight of a busy doubleheader weekend at Maine’s fastest track. Saturday night showcased Group 2 divisions with the 5th annual Outlaw Mini Madness as well as the Late Model Dash for Cash. Sunday’s big pro stock race was originally created in 1991 by (then) track owner and racer Dave “Boss Hogg” St Clair as a 100 lap race. The race was revived in 2013 by current owner’s Richard & Vanessa Jordan to pay tribute to St Clair. It was then bumped up to a 150 lap race two years ago.
Claremont NH – DJ Shaw continued his mastery of Claremont Speedway going two for two in the Rocky Ridge 150. The Conway NH driver took home the richest purse of the season for the Granite State Pro Stock Series for the second year in a row.
The evening’s competition began with the Crazy Horse Racing race for the pole and once again it was Joey Doiron setting fast time. Doiron has become the master of time trialing in 2019 and when asked how, he said “we found a couple of things we were doing wrong so we changed what we do”. “The big thing is what we do with our tires before time trials” he added.
Exciting Innovations Announced As PASS Looks To Lanier Return
NAPLES, ME (August 29) – In June, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced that the PASS National Super Late Model Championship would be decided at Georgia’s Lanier Raceplex on November 15-16. The Lanier National 200 for the PASS Super Late Models will be 200 laps, paying $6000 to win and $1000 to start. The starting grid will be set by heat races in which their lineups will be determined by using last practice speeds. And, for the first time ever, the pre-race tech will be set by the order that entries are received, giving teams longer to prepare for practice and the race. The first entrants for the Lanier National 200 are North Carolina’s, Tate Fogleman, New Hampshire drivers, Bryan Kruczek and Gabe Brown, and Ontario, Canada’s, JP Josiasse.
Oxford, ME – Newmarket, NH’s Bryan Kruzcek became the first repeat winner in the 2019 American-Canadian Tour (ACT) championship season by capturing the Oxford Plains 150 at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, August 24. Kruczek took the lead from West Burke, VT’s Jesse Switser just past the halfway mark and never gave up the top spot on his way to an ACT season sweep at the historic 3/8-mile oval.
BLENKHORN WINS CUMMINS 200 AT PETTY INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
(River Glade, NB- August 24, 2019) Dylan Blenkhorn (Truro, NS) picked up his third victory of the season tonight winning the River Glade International trophy in the Cummins 200 at Petty International Raceway. Jonathan Hicken (Brudenell, PE) gave chase for the latter part of the race but came up just short finishing second. Nicholas Naugle (Dartmouth, NS) picked up his first Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour Series podium with a third place finish. Former Series Champion Shawn Turple (Enfield, NS) and Robbie MacEwen (Charlottetown, PE) had solid performances and round out the top five. The Cummins 200 was slowed but just three cautions and took an hour and 20 minutes to complete.
Short Track Stars Look To Stop Pollard In This Weekend’s Oxford 250
NAPLES, ME (August 21) – With just days left before on track activity begins at Oxford Plains Speedway for the 46th Annual Oxford 250 and hundreds of campers already dot the property, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model teams are making final preparations for one of the biggest events on the racing calendar. While many eyes will be on Georgia’s Bubba Pollard as he attempts to defend his Oxford 250 crown, the short track star might not enter Sunday’s race as the favorite. 2017 winner Curtis Gerry of Waterboro, ME, has concentrated all his efforts on competing at Oxford Plains this season, with several wins in weekly competition and a PASS North win there as well. Championship contender, Garrett Hall sits just 15 points behind the 3-time PASS North titlist, DJ Shaw, largely in part due to his two wins at Oxford Plains earlier this year. But, after advancing from the last chance race a year ago before going on to win the 250, Pollard is still the driver many feel will be the one to beat in 2019.