N. Woodstock, NH –This weekend the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Mods and Sportsman will be battling it out at North Woodstock New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park and the title chase in both divisions are a long way from being decided.
The PASS Mods battle has tightened up considerably, with Scott Grant now on top of the standings. His margin is razor thin with Andy Shaw just eight points back (391-383). Bill Dixon sits in third and trails Grant by only ten with 381 markers. Steve Bennett Jr. and Scott McDaniel are waiting in the wings in fourth and fifth should the top three falter over the season’s final two events at White Mountain and Lee USA.
The PASS Sportsman race is even tighter. Carey Martin and Mike Landry are deadlocked at the top of the heap with 284 a piece and Dan Mckeage trails the pair by t three at 281. Any one of the three could wind up with the 2009 Champion’s trophy. Lyman Mckeage sits in fourth with 213 and just one point separates Mckeage from fifth place points man Shane Tatro. The PASS Sportsman will take on plenty of competition at The Route 3 oval as racers from throughout the region are expected to take on the series regulars.
Saturday October 3rd is an optional Open Show practice for all divisions. The pit area opens at 9:00 AM and there will be rotating practice from 11:00 AM until 4:30 PM. Grandstand Admission is free. All qualifying and Feature events will run Sunday October 4th; 150 laps for Late Models, 75 for the PASS Sportsman, 50 laps for the strictly stocks and minis and a 40 lap PASS Mod shootout. The gates swing open at 8:00 AM on Sunday with practice from 10:00 AM until 12:30 PM. The first green flag waves at 1:00 PM.
Entry blanks, rules, payoff, lodging and camping information is available at www.whitemtnmotorsports.com or call the speedway for more information at (603) 745-6727. The Pro All Stars Series is on line at www.proallstarsseries.com and www.racewithpass.com.