All-Stars 200 is a Race Fan’s Dream Come True

Naples ME — The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North super late models are poised to invade All-Star Speedway in Epping NH this weekend and if you believe that there’s nothing better than a short track Saturday night, All-Star is the place you’ll want to be!

The Pro All Stars 200 will pit Sprint Cup stars Kyle “Rowdy” Busch and Regan Smith against the toughest short track racers in the east. Busch and Smith will be taking on a full field of PASS veterans and young guns, each one anxious to beat these two drivers that compete at the top of the motorsports heap each weekend.

The extra distance event will allow drivers to change two tires if they so desire, so pit strategy could easily play a role in the outcome as well.

Modified fans will have the opportunity to see the best of both worlds in the open wheel ranks on Saturday when All-Star hosts a 50 lap, $2500.00 to win shootout for tour-type modifieds. The PASS Pluffybilt Racing Tractors Sportsman series will go 75 laps for $750.00 to win. Street stocks and strictly stocks complete a schedule that’s taylor made for hard core short track race fans and Sprint Cup fans alike.

Heat racing gets underway Saturday June 28th at 4:30 PM.

All-Star Speedway is located on Route 27 (176 Epping Road) in Epping New Hampshire. All-Star is an easy one hour drive from New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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Sources: Norm Desjardins/PASS PR