Pro All Stars Series Invades White Mountain to Kick-Off 2023 Season Saturday May 20th
N. Woodstock, NH — After nearly seventy cars flooded the pit area last Saturday afternoon for the annual Car Show and Practice Day, all eyes turn to this Saturday, May 20th for Opening Day at White Mountain Motorsports Park. The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models will invade the opening day festivities alongside all six White Mountain local divisions that will kick-start their 2023 track championship season!
The PASS Super Late Models roll into White Mountain Motorsports Park for the forty-seventh time since their inaugural season back in 2001. The PASS all-star entry list includes multi-time PASS Champions Johnny Clark and the Maine State Racing Legend Mike Rowe, both also winners on the White Mountain highbanks. Trevor Sanborn is also looking to return to White Mountain on Saturday, but his arrival may be by the skin of his teeth after taking a midweek trip down to North Wilkesboro Speedway.
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Derek Griffith Returns to Thunder Road Victory Lane in Lid-Lifter PASS 150
Barre, VT — As part of a reimagined opening weekend for the 64th season of stock car racing at Thunder Road International Speedbowl, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) invaded the State of Vermont on Saturday. The PASS Super Late Models once again stirred the bowl at Thunder Road along with the PASS Modifieds and R&R Race Parts Open Street Stock Series to kick-off the 2023 racing season with plenty of octane and horsepower to fuel the thrills and spills of the tripleheader event.
The PASS Modifieds brought Thunder Road to life in more ways than one. Young Evan Roy became the first victim of the Widowmaker frontstretch wall in his heat race, meeting Thunder Road for the first time behind a tow truck. Come feature time Brandon Varney showcased himself as class of the field leading his fellow Modifieds the whole way through. Not a run-away by any means, with Spencer Morse and Spencer Vaughn all over his rear bumper from green to checkers. Varney took down his first Thunder Road win in a very excited Victory Lane followed by former Thunder Road winner Spencer Morse and Vaughn rounding out the podium.
Pro All Stars Series Ready to Open Thunder Road with Saturday Special May 6th
Barre, VT — As part of a reimagined opening weekend for the 64th season of stock car racing at Thunder Road International Speedbowl, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) invades the Green Mountain State for an opening weekend spectacular. The PASS Super Late Model 150 headlines the Saturday night program on May 6th along with the Kennebec Equipment PASS Modifieds and the R&R Race Parts Open Street Stock Series to bring a host of New England invaders into Thunder Road prior to Sunday’s 25th Annual Community Bank N.A. 150 for the American-Canadian Tour.
With four events already in the books, the PASS Super Late Model championship season is well underway coming into Thunder Road. Defending Oxford Plains Speedway champion and current Kulwicki Driver Development finalist Max Cookson comes to the Granite Capital of the World with the early lead in the PASS National standings while current PASS North point leader Eddie MacDonald is notably absent from the entry list as of press time on Tuesday.
Waterbury, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) are days away from a trip to New Hampshire’s Hudson Speedway. The Sunday, June 20 tripleheader is a long-overdue journey to the Southern New Hampshire bullring for both series as their championship battles heat up.
The ACT Hudson 150, which is on the first official day of the 2021 summer, is only the second ACT event at Hudson Speedway ever — and the first in 20 years. The PASS Super Late Models are making their inaugural trip to Hudson as the track celebrates its 75th anniversary.
Gary Dwinal gearing up for sophomore campaign on PASS Mod tour Famed Geritol Gang returns to growing series in 2021
LISBON, Maine (March 26, 2021) — Veteran short track racer Gary Dwinal is gearing up for his second season of Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Modified competition in 2021, and will be striving to repeat the strong debut he made last year in the popular open-wheel touring division.
Dwinal, 60, put in an amazing effort in 2020 after having been out from behind the wheel for years. The easy-going driver earned one win (Oxford 250 weekend), six top-five and nine top-10 finishes. It was a impressive season for the elder statesman of PASS Mods, and he isn’t slowing down.
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have announced the schedule of events and pricing for the inaugural Northeast Classic at Loudon’s New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 17. The long-awaited event on the “Magic Mile” has a six-division card featuring the biggest auto racing stars in the region.
The weekend begins with an optional practice day on Friday, April 16. The pits will open at 8:00am with practice from 11:00am to 5:00pm. All six divisions who are competing Saturday are welcome to attend the Friday session.
On Saturday, the pits will open at 7:00am with practice at 9:00am. The front gates will also open at 9:00am. Each division gets one extended round of practice. Qualifying begins at 11:00am with features slated to begin at 1:30pm.