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Winner of Thunder Road Harley-Davidson Presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 At South Boston Will Take Home $10,000

Peyton Sellers celebrates his victory in the 2018 Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200.

SOUTH BOSTON, VA – The winner of the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 at South Boston Speedway on June 29 will go home with a much bigger check than in past years.

The track and the event sponsors, Thunder Road Harley-Davidson and Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort announced today that the winner’s share of the purse for the 200-lap Late Model Stock race had been increased to $10,000. In the past, the winner pocketed $6,500.

Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, committed to being the event’s presenting sponsor for the sole purpose of increasing the winner’s portion of the purse to $10,000.

“We are so very grateful that the folks with Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort made such a commitment to Late Model racing and South Boston Speedway,” said Cathy Rice, general manager of South Boston Speedway. “They have helped us take an already great event to the next level.”

Fans will soon be able to register to win a weekend getaway at the Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort and Harley-Davidson merchandise at both the Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort (www.grandatlanticresort.com/) and the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson (www.thunderroadhd.com/) websites.

The Thunder Road Harley-Davidson presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 is the first leg of the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown. The second race in the triple crown will be the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway on July 20 with the championship decided in the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway on October 5.

It was announced earlier this week that the top-three finishing positions in the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown would split a $10,000 bonus with $7,000 going to the winner, $2,000 to second and $1,000 to third. For the past few years, the winner of the triple crown had been awarded the entire $10,000.

Danville’s Peyton Sellers is the defending champion of both the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200 and the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown. There were 35 cars entered in last year’s event.

In addition to the 200-lap Late Model event, there will be a 75-lap Limited Sportsman race, a 40-lap Budweiser Pure Stock race, and a 20-lap Budweiser Hornets race on June 29.

And there will be more than racing. Following the final checkered flag of the night, there will be the largest fireworks display in the area.

Tickets for the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate.

Racing Returns to Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway for Mosquito Joe & Performance Foodservice Night

Hampton, VA – With the weather looking bleak during the week leading up to race day, it almost looked like most of the afternoon was going to be a wash for the Hampton area. However, as the week progressed the chance of rain slowly decreased. With temperatures in the high 70’s to low 80’s it looks like it is going to be a perfect night to spend at a short track.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American and Taylor Waste Services Late Model’s will also be back in action this weekend with a 100-lap feature. With three races in the books we have only seen two winners; Hampton’s Connor Hall and Chesapeakes Brenden Queen. With 100-laps on the docket will the young guns be able to keep up their success, or will a hot May afternoon play in the favor of the veteran drivers?

A full schedule of tonight’s events can be found below. Spectator gates and practice will start at approx. 2:00 PM EDT. Qualifying is set for 4:00 with racing to start around 7:00 PM.

 

MOSQUITO JOE & PERFORMANCE FOODSERVICE Night at The Races

EVENT SCHEDULE: May 4, 2019

 

12:00 AM                                        PIT GATES OPEN

2:00 PM                                          GENERAL ADMISSION GATES OPEN

2:00 PM                                          PRACTICE BEGINS

4:15 PM                                          DRIVER’S MEETING – bring Bando’s and Legends

4:30 PM                                          QUALIFYING

6:50 PM                                          INVOCATION BY REV. POTTER / NATIONAL ANTHEM

7:00 PM                                          1ST RACE BEGINS

Practice Order

  1. Late Model – 3 Practices
  2. Grand Stock – 2 Practices
  3. Super Truck – 2 Practices
  4. U-car – 2 Practices
  5. Legend – 2 Practices
  6. Bandolero – 2 Practices

Qualifying Order

  1. Bandolero – (Euro Qualifying 3 cars 5 laps)
  2. Legend – 2 laps (Green-White-Checkered)
  3. U-Car – 2 laps (Green-White-Checkered)
  4. Super Truck – 2 laps (Green-White-Checkered)
  5. Grand Stock – 2 laps (Green-White-Checkered)
  6. Late Model – 3 Laps Scuff (Green-White-Checkered)

Race Line Up

  1. Cycle City Corp Bandolero – 15 laps
  2. Harris Truck Shop Super Trucks – 25 Laps
  3. Cycle City Corp Legends – 25 laps
  4. Bojangles U-Car – 25 Laps
  5. Pepsi Grand Stock – 40
  6. Taylor Waste Services Late Model – 100 Laps

Youth 17-And-Under Admitted Free to ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Youth 17-and-under will be admitted free to the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway on October 5.

The change falls in line with the 17-and-under are free policy at the Speedway’s NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series races and is similar to the youth policy found at other NASCAR Home Tracks where many of the fans who attend NASCAR’s biggest, richest and most prestigious Late Model Stock Car race spend their Friday and Saturday nights.

“Youth are the future of our sport and we want them to be here without the worry of how much it will cost,” Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said. “We’ve seen a lot of guests take advantage of youth being free for the Truck Series, and believe that will be the case for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300, as well.”

Adult tickets to the race are $30.

The race regularly sees more than 75 of the country’s best Late Model Stock Car teams fight it out for a share of the $100,000 purse and the iconic grandfather clock trophy.

Additionally, the race will once again serve as the final race in the Virginia Triple Crown, a three-race showdown for the drivers with the best average finishing position in the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200 at South Boston Speedway, the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway and the ValleyStar Credit Union 300.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by calling 877.RACE.TIX or online at www.martinsvillespeedway.com.

Lubno, Klein, and Wood Pick Up Support Divisions Wins on Opening Night at Langley Speedway

Brandon Wood celebrates in victory lane at Langley Speedway during Pomoco Opening Night. It was Wood’s first career victory. (Photo: Langley Speedway Press Release)

Hampton, VA – Some form of Late Model Stock Car racing may be the premier racing division at your local short track but we all know it takes more than that to put on a weekly show. Hell, sometimes the support divisions are the ones who put on a better show if we are being honest. Grand Stocks, Super Trucks, and UCAR (Bando’s & Legends also kicked off their season as well, recap coming soon) kicked off their season over the weekend. We saw some familiar faces back in victory lane as well as some new ones. The best part was each division had a great turn out of cars and we hear that a few more are still being built.

Let’s start by taking a look at the Pepsi Grand Stock division. Sammy Gaita, who missed a good portion of 2018 due to an injury, came back strong this season and grabbed his first pole award laying down a 17.705-second lap. Defending champ, Paul Lubno, would take the green from the fourth position. However, Lubno had no plans staying there for too long and it showed once the race went green.

To 40-lap feature saw three different leaders with Gaita being the first. His Frontline Vapes number 24 looked strong early but faded as the run went on. Tim Wilson took advantage of the opportunity and took over the lead, leaving the door open for Lubno to take second. Wilson did all he could to hold back the seasoned veteran but there was just not enough left in the tank (figuratively speaking) as Lubno was able to muscle his way into the top spot a handful of laps later. Once that powder blue number fourteen got the clean air and track, it was lights out.

“I got into the back of the seventeen a little too hard,” Lubno said in victory lane about the pass for the lead. “I rolled out of the throttle to let him get straightened back up then we went back to racing like we should do it.” Lubno went on to thank all of his crew and sponsors for making things happen. This past weekend is more than likely just a preview of things to come for the Pepsi Grand Stocks and Paul Lubno. Is there anyone out there who can stop his reign on the division? Tim Wilson, Sammy Gaita, Michael Waters, and dale Nicholls rounded out the top five finishers.

Jacob Carr, defending Super Truck champion, looked to be the guy to beat as the Harris Truck Shop Super Trucks kicked off their season is past weekend. Carr was quickest in qualifying earlier in the afternoon posting a 19.054-second lap. Rick Poust, making his return to the division in a Chase Elliot Mt. Dew inspired paint scheme, gave Carr a decent run for his money on the initial start from the outside but, eventually fell into line to continue his chase. Ronald Klein, last years Enduro champion, made his return to the truck division for the first time since 2017, looked to be the fastest man around as the laps clicked off and with the help of a couple of timely cautions, Klein was a true contender for the race lead.

With just five laps to go, Klein was able to methodically work his way under Carr and take the lead. Carr would get one final shot at Klein as the third and final caution would wave one lap twenty-three, setting up a two-lap shoot out. As the caution truck peeled down pit road, Klein nailed the restart, got the separation he needed, and went on to take the win. Rick Poust, Jacob Carr, Paige Cain, and Keith Wheeler rounded out the top five.

Brandon Wood, who was forced to sit at least half of the 2018 season out after a major crash with a lap car destroyed his car, came back this year faster than ever. After qualifying on the pole it looked like Wood was going to cruise to a caution free victory in a dominating way. However, with about five laps to go, things got really interesting, really fast.

The first (bogus) caution of the night came a car came to a stop on the apron, maybe the grass, then magically got going again. From there, like the old saying goes, “cautions breed cautions.” On the following restart as the field sailed into turn one, Dean Ballew & defending series champion Austin Davis made contact which sent Davis around and Ballew to the rear. Wood had to survive a couple more restarts as Davis ended up in more trouble at the hands of Mike Farley who had trouble getting going. Not sure if he spun the tires, missed a shift, or just got caught sleeping either way, Davis tried to go low to get around, Farley tried to go low to get out the way and the two met in an unfortunate manner.

Luckily for Brandon Wood, the restarts were not an issue and he was able to hang onto the lead and pick up his first career UCAR win. Dean Ballew was able to rebound to a second place finish, Courtney Shiflett, Austin Davis, and Tyler Borden rounded out the top five.

Langley Speedway will be back in action this weekend Saturday, April 6th with twin Modified features, Super Street action, Pro Six, Karts, and Enduro’s. Grand Stands will open a 2:00 PM. Qualifying at 4:30, racing actions scheduled for 7:00 PM.

Chris Burns Takes the Checkers Carteret Late Model Opener

Chris Burns comes to the checkered flag to pick up the victory in the season-opening race at Carteret County Speedway. (Morgan Odum photo)

PELETIER, NC – Chris Burns picked up the biggest win of his career on Saturday afternoon, coming from the back to the front to pick up the victory in an instant classic at Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway on Saturday afternoon.

Burns closed in on Stacy Puryear during the mid-stages of the Solid Rock Carriers 100 and, when the two battled for the lead, Puryear went around off Burns’ front bumper – resulting in both drivers going to the rear.  Burns quickly battled back and, with four laps to go, made the pass on Jason York to score the victory.

“I feel like we were just a little better on entry than Stacy,” Burns said in victory lane after the race.  “Definitely not intentional.  He’s a class act racer.  I try not to race that way.  Using the bumper’s okay but I definitely didn’t mean to spin him out.  This is huge for our little team.  Last year, we struggled with this car ever since we put it together.  Man, to get this win is awesome.”

Burns’ car came to life during long green flag runs as he, on two separate occasions, raced his way into contention for the lead – ultimately making the winning pass with four laps to go.  For Burns, it’s the biggest victory of his career as he raced against heavyweights and took home the $5,000 payout.

“It started out shoving the nose in the center,” Burns explained.  “I came over the radio and said, ‘it’s still early, I think we might have a chance.’  After that red flag over there, it was like a different racecar.  I’m tickled.  I couldn’t ask for more.  York and Puryear are no slouches, that’s for sure.  They’re some of the best in the business, been doing it a long time.  Having my little girl with me, that’s a life-changing deal.  I wouldn’t trade it for the world.”

Burns’ win came in a wild race which saw multiple incidents.  On a lap 43 restart, contenders Rusty Daniels, Tyler Horne, Brandon Clements, and Joshua Yeoman were all involved in a pileup in turn one.  Later, on lap 65, Clements and Daniels were again involved in an accident which also collected Thad Moffitt and Gerald Benton.

Jason York inherited the lead when Burns and Puryear got together and led for most of the second half until Burns came roaring past.  York settled for a runner-up finish.

“We were real good,”  York said. “We were pleased with the car.  Just a little free in the center.  We’ll fix it, get it back over here and get some wins here.  Congratulations to Chris though.  He did a hell of a job winning the race.”

Stacy Puryear, who felt the mid-race contact from Burns was just a racing incident, was able to rebound for a third-place finish.

“We just had gotten loose up off and, you know, we had a good racecar,” Puryear said. “If it had been a little tighter, [Burns] wouldn’t have known which way we went.  This is the first time we’ve ever been here.  This racecar’s been sitting since Martinsville 2016 and we’re very proud of it.”

Rusty Daniels and Tyler Horne finished fourth and fifth respectively while Thad Moffitt, Lexi Gay, Eric Winslow, Brandon Clements, and Gerald Benton rounded out the top-10.

The win for Chris Burns was his first since April 28, 2018.

Brenton Irving continued his dominance in the INEX Legends division, picking up the win in a thrilling INEX at the 4/10-mile track which will play host to the INEX Legends Asphalt Nationals later this year.

Irving raced his way past Brian Sullivan on lap 16 in the 35 lap feature and then survived challenges from Zack Brown, Brian Sullivan and Emily Day.  On the final turn of the last lap, Brown got loose which resulted in both cars getting together and spinning across the line to a second and third place finish respectively.

Irving, who won the track championship at Carteret in 2016 and 2017, was ecstatic after scoring the victory.

“I’m going to tell you, this win was for all of you fans who come out to watch a good race,” Irving said in victory lane.  “That’s why we came here, baby.  Jesus Christ loves every single one of you guys.  I was just playing [with Emily].  When I see someone in my mirror, we would have stepped it up.”

Brown took his second-place finish in stride after an eventful race – first when his windshield was covered with oil when Kevin Nowak blew an engine directly in front of him, then the finish with Sullivan.

“I was loose, just really loose,” Brown said.  “Hate that I did that right in front of pretty much the field, but you’ve got to dig when you’ve got a green-white-checkered.  The first half of the race was crazy.  I guess Herbie the Love Bug (Kevin Nowak) gave me some love as far as fluid goes all over the car.  Just a reallooseose racecar.  Appreciate all the fans coming out.”

Sullivan once again had one of the fastest cars but was unable to come away with the win.  This time, however, he was able to finish without any mechanical issues and is looking ahead to the next race.

“We didn’t blow up, that’s one way to look at it,” Sullivan remarked.  “Last year, we blew two motors, so we’re just happy to finish a race and not blow the thing up.  I didn’t know if [Day] got back by on the outside or not.  Zack got sideways, I checked up.  I thought he was going to save it.  He almost saved it then, last minute, I think he was trying to get to the line as well and he got back in the gas or something and just came across.  Luckily we didn’t do too much damage.”

Emily Day finished fourth while Jim Smith rounded out the top-five in the 16 car field.

Kris Hetu made a late race pass on Michael Rouse to pick up the victory in the Sportsman’s Wholesale Mini Stock Division.  Rouse dominated for much of the event but a late race caution tightened the field and Hetu was able to make the pass on the outside.

“Before that last caution, I noticed [Rouse] started smoking a little bit off his right side so I don’t know if it was getting on his tires or what but I think I used it to my advantage,” Hetu stated.  “I had to drive the piss out of this thing.  It’s been almost a year since I won.”

Rouse’s engine expired late.  Reigning division champion Stephen Sanders finished second over Travis Provost, Jason Adams and Andrew Deal.

Robert Arch picked up the win in an equally entertaining U-CAR feature.  Arch took the lead early and never looked back while Neil Mason, Steve Sullivan and Andrew Jackson engaged in a fierce battle for second behind him.  Arch went on to win and Mason prevailed in the battle while Sullivan, Joe Lanier and Jackson rounded out the top-five.

“It really came to life there,” Arch remarked.  “The longer we ran, the better it got.  I thought we were going to be okay, then at the end, the exhaust fell off the car and it lost a bunch of power.  I thought the Carteret Curse came back. I’ve tried so many times to win here.  That’s the main reason we’re coming down here.  We were coming to race until we won.  I guess we knocked that checklist off early in the year.”

Mike Cooper scored the victory in the Street Stock feature while Gary Rochelle rebounded from a mid-race incident to finish second.  Sean Wales picked up the win in a wild Champ Kart feature, defending a late race charge from Justin Mitchell which included an attempted pass in the grass from the eventual runner-up.  Justin Hall was victorious in the Mini Cup feature.  In the Jr. Mini Cup feature, Scotty Benford, in his first race, collected the victory over Caleb Braswell.

The 2019 season at Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway will resume on Saturday, April 13th with the Spring Thaw.  The Spring Thaw will feature racing for the INEX Legends, Sportsman’s Wholesale Mini-Stocks, Street Stocks, Mini Cups, Champ Karts and the East Coast Flathead Fords.  Green flag will fly at 7pm.

For more information about Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway, visit the track’s official website at www.carteretspeedway.com, “like” Carteret County Speedway on Facebook or follow @carteretcoswy on Twitter.

Carteret County 3/30/19 Results

Limited Late Model

  1. Chris Burns
  2. Jason York
  3. Stacy Puryear
  4. Rusty Daniels
  5. Tyler Horne
  6. Thad Moffitt
  7. Lexi Gay
  8. Eric Winslow
  9. Brandon Clements
  10. Gerald Benton
  11. T.J. Barron
  12. Joshua Yeoman

INEX Legends

  1. Brenton Irving
  2. Zack Brown
  3. Brian Sullivan
  4. Emily Day
  5. Jim Smith
  6. Jordan Lamoth
  7. Matt Haufe
  8. Aaron Crumpler
  9. Chris Hammett
  10. Josh Spence
  11. Tucker Jones
  12. Trevor Thacker
  13. Joel Carlyle
  14. Skyler Dean
  15. Kevin Nowak
  16. Eric Courtney

Sportsman’s Wholesale Mini Stock

  1. Kris Hetu
  2. Stephen Sanders
  3. Travis Provost
  4. Jason Adams
  5. Andrew Deal
  6. Michael Rouse
  7. Dub Fulford
  8. Jeremy Ottaway
  9. Adam Resnick
  10. Jesse Heath
  11. Jimmy Odum

U-CAR

  1. Robert Arch
  2. Neil Mason
  3. Steve Sullivan
  4. Joe Lanier
  5. Andrew Jackson
  6. Brian Mattice
  7. Abby Jolly
  8. Curtis Lanier

Street Stock

  1. Mike Cooper
  2. Gary Rochelle, Jr.
  3. Billy Slater
  4. John Sharp
  5. Ronald Shephard

Champ Kart

  1. Sean Wales
  2. Justin Mitchell
  3. Mike Tyndall
  4. Cory Dimauro

Mini Cup

  1. Justin Hall
  2. Chase Singletary
  3. Charles Pudenz
  4. Scotty Benford (JR)
  5. Caleb Braswell (JR)
  6. Alexis Steffan (JR)

Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway Returns to NASCAR Racing Saturday March 30th

Danny Edwards Jr. works down the backstretch of Langley Speedway during final a final practice session towards the end of 2018. (Justin Kern/TheWeeklyRacer.com)

As the cold heads out of the region, NASCAR racing makes its wonderful return to one of the longest running short tracks in both Virginia and the country. Race fans have already gotten a taste of the action earlier this month when people packed the grandstands for the Day of Destruction to watch cars compete in different styles of racing, crews trying to stuff vehicles with washing machines, guys and gals racing around flag poles, and of course the one million car Enduro — okay so it wasn’t a million cars but it sure did seem like it. Now race fans will get to cheer on their favorite Late Model, Grand Stock, Legends, driver this week as they either start their title defense or start their hunt for one. One thing is for certain, The Weekly Racer will be their to bring you all the action as it unfolds!

For the most part things will look the same for returning race fans. The speedway will host eleven divisions of racing from late March into the September when the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS) wraps up. Late Model Stock Cars will also return as the tracks Tier 1 division while the Modifieds should remain Division II. In addition, Grand Stocks should remain Div. III, Super Streets Div. IV, and the always exciting Enduro’s will return as Div. V. UCAR, Super Trucks, and Pro Six will all return to the schedule and race for a local track championship, they will not earn points towards a national title. Legends and Bando’s will also return to an alternating weekend under the INEX sanction.

You can expect to see some of the same familiar faces, cars, and rivalries from previous years. You will most certainly see the Edwards Brothers make their return, however, with vastly different looks. Defending champion Danny Edwards picked up a primary sponsor of Pomoco Nissan and will be the first-ever Nissan GTR Late Model Stock Car. Brother Greg Edwards will revert back to car owner James Long’s No. 21 machine instead of the 97. Brenden Queen had a small shuffle over the offseason where he and longtime car owner Andre Grier formed a partnership where Queen will pilot his car for a handful of races.

Things will certainly be interesting to watch in the Modified division as well. Not just because it’s fun to watch these high horsepower, lightweight machines, work their magic but, the growing story lines that are already developing. Can Shawn Balluzzo continue his dominance over the division like he has over the past decade. Will up and coming drivers enter the division and just blow the doors off the rest of the field. One driver who is certainly looking to put a stop to Balluzzo’s reign came on strong towards the end of the season and that is the No. 78 of Matt Carter. He and his crew have been hard at work over the off season letting everyone know on social media they were ready to go mouse hunting. To be honest, we cannot wait to see how this unfolds!

Late Model’s are not the only division to see a little bit of change has drivers decide to either move up or make lateral moves to other divisions. We are hearing some rumblings that the Modifieds will see a handful of new drivers, saw a few photos of new Super Streets being built, and have heard conversations about a battle for the ages in the Legends division. Only one way to find out if all his talk is true, make sure your butts in the grand stands this Saturday, March, 30th at 2:00 PM EDT when the gates open.

The 2019 season at Langley Speedway is going to be a spectacular one. Us over at The Weekly Racer believe there will be some of the closest points battles in track history especially in the Late Models, Modifieds, Super Streets, and Legends. In addition to the weekly shows, Langley is hosting an impressive six special events this year all kicking off April 11th with the Visit Hampton VA Grass Roots 200. Both the CARS Tour and Monster Truck tour will be making their debuts at the historic .400-mile speedway. Along with the return of the VA Sprint Cars, Southern Ground Pounders, the Commanders Cup, and the highly anticipated 11th Annual Hampton Heat 200.

General Admission gates and rotating practice for all divisions this weekend is schedule for 2:00 PM. Qualifying to follow the drivers meeting at 4:30 and the first green flag of 2019 is scheduled to drop approx. 7:00 PM. The Weekly Racer, as we have been the past two weeks, will have you covered for Pomoco Opening night should you not be able to attend. Or if you are able to attend and you would like more information while at the speedway. Our coverage will begin roughly around 4:30 along with qualifying. On the docket for the evening will be the INEX Bando’s & Legends, the Harris Truck Shop Super Trucks, Pepsi Grand Stocks, Bojangles UCAR, and the Taylor Waste Services Late Model Stock Cars for 100-laps.

For a full schedule of events visit the track’s website http://www.langley-speedway.com.

PASS Commonwealth Classic Postponed – Likely Will Run March 2019

NAPLES, ME – The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Commonwealth Classic originally scheduled for October 19-20 at Richmond Raceway (Richmond) has been postponed.

“While we are disappointed with the postponement of the event, we feel we have made the best decision for the series, teams, and our fans after looking at the unfavorable weather forecast and the distance many teams were scheduled to travel from the northeast, south, and Canada,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “We look forward to continuing to work with the staff at Richmond Raceway to continue to promote this event on a new date in 2019.”

Officials are currently looking at a new date of March 30, 2019 for the PASS Commonwealth Classic. This date with provide much more flexibility with scheduling if weather should once again become a factor. This date will be confirmed within the next few weeks.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway, PASS South’s Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, and the inaugural Commonwealth Classic at Richmond Raceway. For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. And, don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

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