- PASS National Championship Event Will Be 100 Laps, Paying $10,000 To Win & $700 To Start
- Weekend Will Also Feature Tour-Type Modifieds, ACT Late Models, Street Stocks, & 4 Cylinders Racing Under the Lights
NAPLES, ME (December 21) – Officials from the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Richmond Raceway announced today a new date and additional details for the inaugural PASS Commonwealth Classic following last October’s postponement of the original date due to weather. The PASS National Championship Super Late Models will headline the inaugural PASS Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway on Saturday night, March 30, 2019. This date was originally mentioned after the postponement in October by Richmond Raceway and PASS officials and was confirmed with today’s announcement. The PASS Super Late Models will compete in a 100-lap event on the famed 3/4-mile oval, along with a 75 lapper for the Tour-Type Modifieds. As previously announced, the MASS Street Stocks will race for 40 laps, while the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models and 4-Cylinders have been added to complete this night of grassroots racing. Optional hauler parking and safety inspection will be held on Thursday, March 28 from Noon to 4 PM. A practice day for all divisions is scheduled for Friday, March 29 from 11 AM to 5 PM. On Saturday, March 30, additional practice will start at 9 AM, followed by qualifying at 1 PM, and racing set to begin at 3 PM, all ending under the lights at Richmond Raceway.
PASS Photos – Mason Dixon Meltdown at Hickory
Ramstrom Takes MegaMeltdown Win; Griffith, Craig Claim Titles At Hickory
HICKORY, NC (November 10) –Derek Ramstrom took the lead for the final time with just over 30 laps to go and led the rest of the way to claim his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win Saturday afternoon at Hickory Motor Speedway in the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 200. While Ramstrom took the win, Derek Griffith finished second to capture the PASS National Championship Super Late Model title and third place finisher Matt Craig took his third straight PASS South championship.
New Englanders Ready For Chance To Win PASS National Championship At Hickory
CHARLOTTE, NC (October 31) – The longest season in grassroots, short track racing will come to a close on Saturday afternoon, November 10, when the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) National Championship Super Late Models take the green flag at Hickory Motor Speedway. The 13th Annual Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 200 will cap off another exciting season that began in Dillon, SC way back in February. And, it will all be captured in front of the MAVTV cameras. Last year, race fans across the country were able to see the ultimate North versus South shootout when North Carolina’s Brandon Setzer and Maine’s Garrett Hall tangled coming to the checkered flag.
Travis Benjamin wins PASS North finale, DJ Shaw successful in Super Late Model championship defense
Seekonk, Massachusetts – Travis Benjamin did all that he could do in his quest for a third Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model championship, winning the season-ending 150-lapper at Seekonk Speedway. A seventh-place finish turned in by defending champion DJ Shaw proved to be enough to hold off Benjamin’s rally in the title bout. It is the third PASS North Super Late Model championship for Shaw, his family team and chief supporters Julio & Rita Miglioli.
Busy Weekend Set For PASS North Finale At Seekonk Speedway
NAPLES, ME (October 24) – For the first time since 2010, the final race for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Model season will be at a track other than Oxford Plains Speedway. On Saturday afternoon, New England’s fastest Super Late Models will complete for 150 laps at Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts, along with the Haunted Hundred for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series. It will be the first time PASS has held an event on the quarter-mile track at Seekonk since 2012.