The PASS North Super Late Model series has added a 150-lap race on June 8th at Speedway 660, Geary, New Brunswick, Canada. The race will be the 5th race of 14 on the 2013 schedule.
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The 5th race of the PASS North Super Late Model Series has been changed from June 16th to June 9th. The 200-lap event will be the series' annual visit to Speedway 660 in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Johnny Clark took command on lap 102 of Saturday night’s PASS 200 and kept Ben Rowe in his mirrors the rest of the way to earn a hard fought victory at New Brunswick Canada’s Speedway 660. Mike Rowe, Jonathan Hicken and Travis Benjamin completed the top five.
Clark is the first driver to score a second victory in the first ten PASS sanctioned super late model races of 2011, and its his second PASS 200 score in a row.
Clark may have controlled the second half of the race but his first 100 laps weren’t easy. His power steering went away twenty five laps in and he struggled to the half way break, but once his steering was restored and his chassis fine tuned the five time PASS North champ took control.
Naples, ME — The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North super late models take a road trip this weekend for their only Maritime Canada appearance at New Brunswick Speedway 660, a popular stop on a 2011 schedule that will see the racing road show stop in four states and two Canadian provinces.
The Pro All Star’s trip to the Geary Woods oval on Saturday June 11 will mark the first extra distance event of the season and 200 green flag laps around this tight little oval is always a challenge. It’s a trip that the American teams look forward to each season and a grandstand full of rabid Maritime and American race fans is one of the reasons why. .
Speedway 660 has hosted PASS on four occasions and it’s no surprise that the series winning-est driver has two victories to his credit. Ben Rowe has won at both 150 lap (2002) and 200 lap (2009) distances and defending PASS North Champion Johnny Clark claimed his win in 2010. Both will return to New Brunswick Saturday and try to add to their tally. The late Scott Fraser claimed one for the Maritimers when the race ran 150 laps in 2003.
There’s a strong contingent of Canadian racers expected to defend their home turf, and there’s plenty of teams that can go toe to toe with the best New England has to offer.
Naples ME — Johnny Clark to advantage of a lap 61 restart to power past Cassius Clark for the lead in Saturday night’s Pro All Stars Series 200 and the defending series champ stayed there all the way to the checkers to score his second win of the young season.
Cassius Clark led a big chunk of the race from the pole but had to settle for second, his best result of 2010. Saint John New Brunswick’s Lonnie Sommerville was the top Canadian with a strong run to third. Scott Chubbuck and defending race winner Ben Rowe came home fourth and fifth
2009 PASS North Rookie of the Year Nick Ribbe ran as high as second before another racer’s oil sent him spinning and out of contention. Ribbe finished 198 of the 200 laps in 14th. Trevor Sanborn has joined Richard Moody Racing to take a shot at the PASS North championship and ran up front early, only to succumb to problems that left him in 21st at the finish.
Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry has announced the series’ tenth anniversary super late model schedule .The fastest full fender short track racers in the east will visit ten speedways in four states and the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The venues range from New England’s fastest short track, the 5/8 mile Thompson International Speedway, to the tight confines of the Riverside Speedway quarter mile.
Caribou Maine’s Spud Speedway is a new stop for the series, with an 8/21 race date scheduled. The season will open on April 18th at Speedway 95 and conclude at White Mountain Motorsports Park on either September 17 or 18. One additional race date is still under negotiation. A finalized schedule will be confirmed by January 1, 2010.
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