CHARLOTTE, NC (August 11) – With a slight reprieve in sight from the scorching summer heat that has gripped the South this year, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model teams are busily preparing for their annual August trip to South Boston Speedway this weekend. The venerable Virginia short track has hosted the South’s top Super Late Model series since 2006. Adding to this Saturday night’s slate of action will be Twin 75’s for the NASCAR Late Model Stocks.
South Boston Speedway’s 4/10 mile layout and multiple grooves of racing always provide for top flight action when the PASS South Super Late Models come to town. In the series first trip to the speedway back in June, Kyle Busch Motorsports’ driver Kaz Grala withstood a late-race challenge from Jared Fryar and Clay Rogers to take the win.
Fryar, who lives in Trinity, NC, returns to South Boston Speedway brimming with confidence and a new sponsor. In the most recent PASS South Super Late Model race at Caraway Speedway in July, Fryar took the lead late from veteran Greg Marlowe to secure his first career PASS South win. Wilton Tools, a leader in industrial workholding equipment and striking tools for more than 70 years, will join Bobby Fryar Trucking and Sterling Building Group as Fryar seeks his second straight PASS South win this weekend at South Boston.