Reid Lanpher, Curtis Gerry win non-stop 50-lap Super Late Model races at Oxford Plains Speedway
Oxford, Maine – Manchester’s Reid Lanpher and Curtis Gerry of Waterboro prevailed in a pair of caution-free, 50-lap Super Late Model main events Saturday afternoon at Oxford Plains Speedway, topping the Budweiser Championship Series stock car racing card at the popular .375-mile paved oval track.
Lanpher dominated the first race from his front row starting position, his fastest lap a quarter-second better than his nearest rival in the non-stop affair. Gerry, after starting fourth, was 2.714-seconds behind Lanpher, with polesitter Ryan Deane of Winterport earning third-place hardware.
Eddie MacDonald Posts 13th Place Finish in PASS Race at Oxford
Eddie Mac battled the new car blues in the Pro All Star Series’ Honey Badger Bar and Grill 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway, Maine on Sunday, April 28 to post a 13th place finish. With Saturday practice virtually wiped out by rain, the team simply did not have enough track time to ready the new Freddie Peterson owned Camaro for the event.
Tardiff opens new season with strong run at Oxford Tone set for 2019 as TMR Racing goes touring
OXFORD, Maine (Apr. 30, 2019) — After a late-season snowfall forced Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials to delay their second race of 2019 by two weeks, the sun broke out on Sunday as TMR Racing driver Alan Tardiff drove to a solid eighth-place finish in the Honey Badger Bar & Grill 150.
ACT Late Model win for Bryan Kruczek, first PASS Mods score for Matty Sanborn
Oxford, Maine — Garrett Hall of Scarborough, Maine drove to an impressive Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model victory Sunday afternoon at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway, taking the lead away from reigning series champion DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire, then hanging on to the top spot to end a year-plus dry spell on the region’s top Super Late Model circuit.
Hall, three times a winner in PASS action prior to last season, seemed almost surprised to be collecting the big trophy after struggling prior to the main event. After starting 20th in the 33-car field Hall patiently worked his way into contention, chasing down PASS opening day winner, and defending series champion, DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire.