From the monthly archives: "October 2009"

Naples ME (October 28 2009) Pro All Stars Series President Tom Mayberry has announced that the short track touring series will sanction, officiate  and promote a  non-points Super Late Model race  at New Smyrna (FL) Speedway on Friday and Saturday, January 29 and 30 2010. The event marks the first visit to Florida for the ten year old short track sanctioning body that currently sanctions and promotes five touring series in nine states and Canada.

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Wiscasset, ME- One year ago at the Ray Haskell Ford fall brawl in the Verizon Wireless Super Street division Mike Landry did it all. He lead 78 laps, he set super fast times and had the field covered. Well that was until lap 98 when after a caution Landry’s car developed a mechanical problem and he was forced to call it a day just 2 laps shy of a $10,000 pay check. This year Landry and his crew double checked everything and then went back and checked it again. Mike Landry held off Jeremy Glasier and Adam Chadbourne over the last three cautions to pick up a win in a race that owed the Oakland, ME. driver one. Glasier would hold off Chadbourne for second with Adam finishing third. Fourth went to Dan MaKeage and fifth to Scott Dorr.
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Scott Grant is the 2009 PASS Mod champion

 

Wayne Whitten Jr. took off from his front row starting position in Sunday’s Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Mod feature and led all the way to capture his first PASS Mod victory. Jon Brill drove up to challenge Whitten Jr. for the win but it was too little too late and Brill settled for second. Scott McDaniel wrapped up his season with yet another strong run, coming home third.

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Ben Rowe claims PASS South title

 

Naples, ME 10/26/09- The 2009 season finale for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS)  South super late models is officially in the books and for the second straight year, a driver by the name of Johnny Clark has closed out the southern schedule as the final event winner. Last year the 2008 PASS North champ took the win at the Mason Dixon Meltdown as the tour finished out at the South Boston Speedway while this year he duplicated the feat, claiming both the PASS North title and  winning at the PASS South “Howler” finale at  Greenville-Pickens Speedway to wrap up the 2009 season. Johnny held off another veteran in Jay Fogleman for the win. Fogleman showed true grit Saturday after starting the day at the hospital with symptoms of the flu. DJ Shaw was third followed by Ben Rowe in fourth and Randy Porter fifth.

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Thompson CT Friday of the Thompson International Speedway XtraMart World Series of Speedway Racing is traditionally reserved for qualifying for a host of regular Thompson divisions and the always varied and exciting Outlaw divisions. In an effort to be proactive with a less than stellar forecast, Speedway Management decided to run feature events for the ARTS Truck Series, the SK Lights, TIS Modifieds, and Mini Stocks. 

 

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 22, 2009) – When the green flag drops on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour’s season finale – the World Series of Speedway Racing presented by Xtra Mart – this Sunday at Thompson (Conn.) International Speedway, the waiting game will finally be over.

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Naples ME (October 22, 2009) There’s  two title battles on tap for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) this weekend, and the tightest  is in the PASS Mods  where Scott Grant leads Andy Shaw by a scant eight points heading into the season finale at Lee (NH) USA Speedway’s  Oktoberfest .

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Naples, ME 10/21/09- Fourteen weekends of racing over a seven month period; ten different race tracks producing six different race winners; ninety three different drivers. In the end, it all boils down to one 2009 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Champion and that Champion will be crowned at this weekend’s PASS South season finale at Greenville-Pickens Speedway. The 125 lap event known as “The Howler”, will wrap up the 2009 PASS South season with the kind of action packed super late model racing that the fans of the half mile track have come to expect over the years when the Pro All Stars Series comes to town.

 

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CHARLOTTE, NC (October 20) – New Day Motorsports owner Jeff Day announced today that veteran driver Brandon Ward will take over the #62 Yarbrough Transfer/Texas Pete Chevrolet in this weekend’s Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South regular season finale.  In a one race deal, Ward will pilot the car formerly driven by Mark Gibson in Saturday night’s Howler 125 at the Greenville-Pickens Speedway.

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