NAPLES, ME — Throughout New England and the Canadian provinces, race fans have long argued which country had the best short track racers in North America, the United States or Canada? Thanks to the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Quebec’s Autodrome Chaudiere, 2013 could be the year that question is finally answered.
This weekend’s Frameco 150 will kick off the first leg of the Autobus La Quebecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudiere. The Autobus La Quececoise Triple Crown will feature a points fund totaling $30,000 to be awarded to the top 15 drivers who compete in all three events. Additionally, all three races at Autodrome Chaudiere will count towards the overall PASS North Super Late Model Championship. Triple Crown info page HERE
The Frameco 150 will be the first event held at Autodrome Chaudiere since the facility located in Valley Junction, Quebec was purchased by new owners Dany Lagace and Kevin Roberge. Roberge has been a part-time competitor in the PASS North series for a number of years and believes Canadian fans are ready for the full fendered excitement they will see on Saturday.