CHARLOTTE, NC (October 21) – After two months off due to rainouts at Southern National Motorsports Park and Myrtle Beach Speedway, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Models and Pro Late Models will be back on the track this weekend at the historic Greenville-Pickens Speedway. And it is also fitting that as PASS celebrates 10 years of being the South’s longest running and most prestigious Super Late Model sanctioning body, that it would bring back one of the most popular events of the series early days. From 2007-2009, “The Howler” at Greenville-Pickens Speedway saw some of the biggest names in short track racing compete for the win at the legendary South Carolina speedway. Maine’s Cassius Clark took the win in the inaugural “Howler” and followed that up by capturing the first PASS National Championship at Greenville in 2008, a race won by Nevada driver Alex Haase. 6-time PASS North Super Late Model champion Johnny Clark won the most recent “Howler” in 2009. This weekend, “The Howler” will be back at Greenville-Pickens Speedway as the PASS South Super Late Models get set to tackle the flat half-mile for 125 green flag laps. Three drivers, Joey Doiron, Ben Rowe, and Tate Fogleman, are only separated by 22 points as they prepare to vie for the 2015 PASS National Championship at Greenville-Pickens Speedway.
While the battle for the national title will be settled this weekend at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, the PASS South Super Late Model championship still has three more races to go. Following “The Howler,” the Southern title fight will go to Concord Speedway for the 13th Annual North-South Shootout on November 7 and will then come down to the 10th Annual Mason-Dixon Meltdown 200 at Hickory Motor Speedway on November 21.