Naples ME — Change is constant in motorsports. Its one of the few things every racer and race fan can count on. It’s unusual to see long term relationships in the sport, but for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) , there’s been one fuel in every racer’s fuel cell since it’s’ inception. Sunoco Race Fuels and their distributor New England Racing Fuel have been on board since that first PASS Super Late Model race at Lee USA Speedway in 2001. Their Sunoco Standard and Supreme products are back as the official fuel of PASS for a ninth season.
“John Holland, Charlie Holland and Mike Joy of New England Racing Fuel were one of the first to step up to the plate and support our series,” said series President Tom Mayberry” They taught us how to control the cost of race fuel by testing fuel samples at our events, and they have assisted us in every way possible throughout our relationship. They’re good friends of PASS, as well as motorsports in general. We are proud to represent Sunoco once again in 2009.” Visit New England Racing Fuel on line at www.newenglandracingfuel.com or dial 1-860-673-9555. Their address is 271 Spielman Highway, Burlington CT 06013.
The PASS North Super Late Models get their fourteen event 2009 schedule off and running on Sunday April 19th at Speedway 95 in Hermon Maine. The PASS Sportsman, Mod and Super Late Models will all be in action at Speedway 95. Watch for a major announcement concerning sponsorship for this and other 2009 PASS events in the days to come.
Many PASS North teams will get in the racing groove on Saturday April 11the for the fourth annual PASS SOUTH Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory (NC) Motor Speedway. It’s also round one of the 2009 PASS National Championship series, a four race tilt that will award a Leavitt Racing Components super late model chassis and a Quarter Master clutch and bell housing package to the national champ. Cassius Clark is the defending PASS National Champion, and he’s expected to challenge for the title once again in 2009.
Sources: PASS PR