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42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250
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INEX LEGENDS added to all three days of the
AIM Recycling USA Oxford 250 Weekend


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 30th - 1:30 PM

The 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250
presented by Kenny U-Pull

with HP Hood Super Late Model Qualifying

Pit Pass: $50   Pits Open at 7:00 AM
Adult General Admission: $30   Junior GA 6-12: $15



Tradition, New Faces, And Huge Field Highlight 42nd Annual Oxford 250
Entry List Up To 71 As Race Approaches
NAPLES, ME (August 26) - With the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull only days away, race teams and fans from across North America are making their way towards the historic Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine. Over 70 of the very best Super Late Models from all over the continent are expected to try and qualify for the richest single day motorsports event in the world. Despite practices on Friday and Saturday for the prestigious event, the field will be determined by a series of heat races and consolation races that will provide plenty of drama as drivers attempt to make the cut for the $25,000-plus to win top prize.

Since 1974 when Joey Kourafas bested nearly 100 other drivers to win the inaugural AIM Recycling Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull, the heat races and the difficulty to qualify are part of what has made this race legendary. Whether a champion or a rookie, much of what can make or break your weekend depends on the draw to determine starting positions for the heat races. But a bad draw does not necessarily spell imminent doom. 3-time AIM Recycling Oxford 250 winner has never started better than 10th on the way to any of his victories. As a matter of fact, Rowe started back in 37th and had to advance to the 250 via the consolation race for his most recent win in 2005.

In addition to trying to become the first 4-time winner of the AIM Recycling Oxford 250, Mike Rowe is seeking his first Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Model championship. Despite winning the inaugural PASS South Super Late Model title in 2006, the 64-year-old legend has never managed to win New England's top racing championship. Rowe comes into this year's 250 as the PASS AIM Recycling Super Late Model points leader over defending series champion, DJ Shaw and 2-time defending Oxford 250 winner, Travis Benjamin. With a 40-plus car starting field for the AIM Recycling Oxford 250 on Sunday, a bad finish, or even worse yet, failing to qualify for the race could prove to be disastrous in the race for the championship.

Likewise, the race for the PASS National Championship is even tighter coming to Oxford Plains. Berwick, ME's Joey Doiron leads the national championship fight by a single point over 2-time PASS National Champion, Ben Rowe, and just six points over Durham, NC's Tate Fogleman. Of those three, only Ben Rowe has a 250 win taking the checkered flag twice in 2003 and 2004.

"I know exactly how hard the 250 is to win," says Ben Rowe, who is also the all-time winningest driver in PASS history. "People all over the country know about the Oxford 250, but this race means everything to the people of New England. You just never know what's going to happen throughout qualifying and the entire day."

Perhaps more than anything entering Sunday's 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull is how wide open this year's race is. Most observers will agree that there is no clear-cut favorite and that a surprise winner is not out of the realm of possibility. New Hampshire drivers Bryan Kruczek and Jeremy Davis have emerged as dark horses for the win. Kruczek has been able to score his first two career PASS wins this season and Jeremy Davis went to victory lane for the first time in his career at Autodrome Montmagny.

The winner could come from the weekly Super Late Model competitors that race at Oxford Plains Speedway. The top five drivers in weekly points, Tim Brackett, Kyle Treadwell, Alan Wilson, Vanna Brackett, and Scott Robbins, have all entered the 250 and have more knowledge of the quirks that make up Oxford Plains Speedway than most of the drivers who are attempting to qualify.

Among the 70 drivers who have recently entered for this weekend's race include two former race winners. Eddie MacDonald returns seeking his first Oxford 250 win since going back-to-back in 2009 and 2010. MacDonald will be making his second PASS start of the season following his win in the inaugural Super Late Model race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. And, Jeramie Whorff, the 2006 250 winner, returns with the Dick Woodman team as he looks for another chance at victory.

A busy week of racing action at Oxford Plains Speedway leading up to the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull begins on Friday, August 28 with practice for the PASS Super Late Models, along with features for the PASS Modifieds, Outlaws, Ladies, Rebels, Cruisers, Street Stocks and Bandits. On Saturday, August 29, there will be more practice for the PASS Super Late Models, followed by features for the Valenti Modified Series, Street Stocks, OPS Modifieds, Wicked Good Racers, Classic Lites, and the New England Mini Stock Tour (NEMST). Then, on Sunday, August 29, the day will begin at 9 AM with rotating practice for all divisions, followed by heat and consolation races at 1:30 PM featuring the PASS Super Late Models. The PASS Modifieds, Rebels, and Street Stocks will then have feature races followed by the green flag for the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull at approximately 5:30 PM. Additionally, the INEX Legends cars have been added to all 3 days of racing during the weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Entry forms, the complete weekend schedule, and more detailed information can be found at and

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America's premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the legendary AIM Recycling Oxford 250 Presented By Kenny U-Pull at Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS South's Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or

And, don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.


42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250
To Be Broadcast Live on
Naples, ME - For many years now, race fans throughout the country have been telling their friends, "I wish there was a way to watch live video of the Oxford 250." In 2015, those wishes will come true., the Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway are pleased to announce that the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 will be able to seen around the world via a live pay-per-view broadcast on 51 TV, the online video streaming service on powered by JEGS.

Fans can purchase their three-day video (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) ticket for Oxford 250 weekend now for just $51.99. A single-day ticket for Sunday only can be purchased for $29.99.

The race, coined "the richest single day short track racing event in North America," will see the winner take home a minimum of $25,100 and as much as $50,000 on Sunday, August 30. It is an event that race fans throughout the country drop what they're doing to follow, and now for the first time, those same fans will be able to watch the race as well.

"The AIM Recycling Oxford 250 is big in its own right, but now this makes it even bigger," said Tom Mayberry, owner of the Pro All Stars Series. "So many people come to this race each year, but so many more cannot. Now people all over the country that can't make it, for whatever reason, will be able to watch it through

"This race is talked about throughout the United States and we're excited to bring it to everyone with this live broadcast."

Part of what makes the Oxford 250 so special is the heat race format used for qualifying. Some even say the qualifying is worth the price of admission. In this case, it will be worth the price of a video ticket as well, because all three rounds of qualifying (heats, consis and last chance race) will be broadcast live on 51 TV.

Currently, 71 drivers are on the entry list for the biggest Super Late Model event in the Northeast and many expect there to be 70-80 cars attempting to qualify on August 30. The entry list currently reads like a who's who in Super Late Model racing with recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner Christopher Bell, current PASS North points leader Mike Rowe and defending PASS North champion DJ Shaw being just a handful of drivers hoping to end two-time defending race winner Travis Benjamin's bid at three straight wins.

"The Oxford 250 is one of the crown jewel events of short track racing," said Bob Dillner, Executive Editor of "I've been to the race as a fan and as a competitor, so now I'm personally excited to be there to bring it to fans on a streaming video broadcast to a worldwide audience. We will have multiple cameras to bring a network-style feel to everyone watching from home, work or while they are out and about."

In addition to all of the action on Sunday, 51 TV will also be live covering the racing action on Friday and Saturday night.

51 TV will go live for the first time at Oxford Plains Speedway on Friday afternoon to cover a portion of the first Super Late Model practice session. The track's weekly warriors will also be highlighted to a national audience on Friday night's broadcast that will feature the PASS Modifieds, Street Stocks, Outlaws, Sports Trucks, Ladies, Rebels, Cruisers and Bandits.

Friday night's action can be purchased separately for just $14.99.

Saturday's live broadcast will once again feature a portion of Super Late Model practice as teams dial in their cars for the prestigious Oxford 250. The ground-pounding Modifieds of the Valenti Modified Racing Series will be in the spotlight on Saturday night and their 100-lap event will be broadcast live on 51 TV. They will be joined by the North East Mini Stock Tour, Street Stocks, PASS Modifieds, Wicked Good Racers and Classic Lites.

Saturday night's live broadcast can be purchased by itself for $19.99.

On Sunday, it will be the granddaddy of them all, the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 live on The live broadcast will kick off with a pre-race show and continue until the winner of the $25,000 race is crowned.

More information about 51 TV's live broadcast of the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 will be announced in the coming weeks.

51 TV is the live-event broadcasting arm of, the "100% Short Track Racing" news leader. To order the live AIM Recycling 250 click here.

Advertising inquiries about 51 TV's live broadcast of the Oxford 250 can be sent to's Director of Business, Jana Wimmer at For more information on 51 TV, visit


FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th - 7:00 PM


Pits Open: 3:30 PM   Pit Pass: $25 
Grandstand - Adults: $15   Senior/Military: $12   Juniors 6-12: $10

Family 4 Pack: $35 - 2 Adults plus 2 Juniors

3-Day Pit Pass: $100


Joins OPS for 2015
Oxford Plains Speedway is pleased to announce the return of Macdonald Motors of Bridgton, ME as the 2015 sponsor for the Oxford Acceleration Series Runnin’ Rebels after a five year hiatus. We are very thrilled to have their support for this season.

"We are very excited about our renewed relationship with Oxford Plains Speedway," said Bob Macdonald, General Manager at Macdonald Motors Bridgton. “We are looking forward to the start of the 2015 Oxford Acceleration Series racing season on June 10th and once again being partnered with Oxford Plains Speedway.”

Be sure to stop by the Macdonald Motors Bridgton - Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram dealership located at 456 Portland Road, Bridgton, ME for a great deal today!
2015 Number Registration & Licensing
2015 License Application

OPS 2015 RULE BOOK for Super Late Models
(Formerly Pro Late Models) PDF HERE

OPS Streets - Strictly Stock - Super Streets
 (formerly Outlaw Sportsman) Combo Rules 2015 PDF HERE

OPS 2015 RULE BOOK for Bandits PDF HERE

OPS 2015 RULE BOOK for Cruisers PDF HERE

OPS 2015 RULE BOOK for Runnin' Rebels PDF HERE

New OAS Eligibility Notice: In an effort to grow the Oxford Acceleration Series OPS has lifted all eligibility rules for these divisions. The OAS divisions are a great way for new competitors to get into racing as well as a great way for competitors that have been away for a while to return to the sport.
HP Hood Joins OPS/PASS 2015 Season
The Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway are excited to announce that HP Hood has come on as a sponsor for the 2015 Season. Hood has been a great supporter of auto racing throughout the years and we are very thrilled to have their support for this season.

HP Hood will be the title sponsor of the August 2nd PASS Race at Oxford Plains Speedway along with sponsoring qualifying for the AIM PASS North Super Late Models at all four PASS Races at Oxford Plains Speedway including the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling USA 250 presented by Kenny U Pull.

The Pro All Stars Series is set to open its season on April 18th along with the American Canadian Tour as both series will host 150 Lap events. Many great drivers have already filed entry forms for the PASS 150 including David Oliver who is coming off a third place finish in last year's PASS North Championship event at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Mike Rowe is also entered for the event and just last week he had a podium finish in the 10th Annual Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway.

Eric St Gelais will also be in action on opening day at Oxford Plains Speedway. St Gelais already has started off his season with two PASS South solid runs in the PASS South Series at Anderson Speedway and Hickory Motor Speedway.

The April 18th Season Opener is sure to be a great race with the best short track drivers in New England in competition. The HP Hood qualifying hosts an abundance of excitement as the drivers all try to make the main event.

AIM Recycling USA, Kenny U-Pull
Team Up To Become Title Sponsors of
Oxford 250 and PASS North
NAPLES, ME (March 11) - Oxford Plains Speedway owner and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry is proud to announce an unprecedented title sponsorship for the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 and the PASS North Super Late Models. AIM Recycling USA and Kenny U-Pull will partner to become the new title sponsors for the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 to be contested on August 28-30 at Oxford Plains Speedway. And, the PASS North Super Late Models will also enjoy title sponsorship for the first time in series history as AIM Recycling USA and Kenny U-Pull come on board to sponsor the entire 2015 season. The series will now be known as the PASS AIM Recycling Super Late Models presented by Kenny U-Pull.

"This is a historic day for the Oxford 250 and PASS," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "AIM Recycling USA and Kenny U-Pull have stepped up in a big way with their support of the 250 and PASS. We couldn't be happier to have them join us in 2015. It's a natural partnership that will see the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 presented by Kenny U-Pull continue for years to come as the most prestigious event in short track racing. We also appreciate their support of PASS by becoming the first title sponsor in the 15 year history of the series. The PASS AIM Recycling Super Late Models presented by Kenny U-Pull will provide great racing once again for the fans in New England and Canada."

AIM Recycling is an international company that is based in Montreal, Canada. AIM is a worldwide leader in metal recycling. AIM currently has 31 locations around the globe and recently opened six Maine facilities in Arundel, Portland, Augusta, Oakland, Bangor and Caribou. AIM is a privately owned company, the owner is Mr. Herb Black. Their goal is to continue to expand in Maine and throughout New England.

Kenny U-Pull is a division of AIM and is a used parts super store that offers hundreds of auto parts priced at a fraction of what the consumer would pay from the manufacturer. They currently have 14 self-service auto parts yards throughout Canada and the USA. Kenny U-Pull's plan is to open more yards in Maine and throughout New England in the coming year. Both companies are enthusiastic about the new union with the Oxford 250 and PASS.

"We are very excited about our new relationship with Oxford Plains Speedway, the PASS tour and the Mayberry family," said Dick Belisle, Director of Mobile Ops for AIM Recycling USA and Kenny U-Pull. "We are looking forward to a mutually beneficial partnership for many years to come. The fact that PASS holds races in the USA as well as Canada is very important to us. We at AIM recognize that there is a long standing relationship between our customers and the racing community. Because of this relationship, we feel that this union is a perfect fit for us. We are anxiously looking forward to the start of the 2015 racing season and being a part of the historic event known as 'The Oxford 250.'"

The 2015 season for the PASS AIM Recycling Super Late Models presented by Kenny U-Pull will begin on Saturday, April 18 at Oxford Plains Speedway with the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150. For the first time ever, the ACT Late Models will be part of a doubleheader with PASS that will also include the PASS Modifieds, Street Stocks and Wicked Cool Midgets.

Drivers from across North America are already entering the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 presented by Kenny U-Pull and this year's event looks to be one of the biggest in recent memory. The 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 presented by Kenny U-Pull will take place on Sunday, August 30, with $25,000 going to the winner, plus $25,000 in additional lap leader money. The complete schedule for the busy weekend of racing on August 28-30 can be found at or

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America's premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or
OPS Annouces September 26th
Gravely New England Street Stock Nationals

The Gravely New England Street Stock Nationals on September 26th has received some great interest from fans and competitors alike. Veteran Street Stock Driver Glen Reynolds from Greene, ME filed the first entry for the event.

The event is sure to be a day filled with excitement with a full card of racing including the 125 lap Street Stock Nationals, a 50 lap Bandit race paying $500 to win, and a Figure 8 race.

The Gravely New England Street Stock Nationals guarantees $3,500 to the winner.With lap money and bonuses a driver could win over $5,000 for winning the event. The New England Street Stock Nationals will also pay $200 to start with a total payout of $14,400.

Bonuses for the event include two $250 bonuses to the top 2 cars that purchase 15 gallons of Sunoco Race Fuel at the Speedway on the day of the race. This bonus is courtesy of New England Race Fuels.There will also be another two $250 bonuses for the top 2 cars that purchase 4 Hoosier Tires from the track on the day of the race courtesy of Northern Race Tire.

Street Stock drivers will be making the trek from all over New England to compete in the event with Tyler Trott from East Hartford, CT as the second driver to send in his entry for the event.

The rules for this open event have been designed to allow many different cars to compete in the event. SS OPEN RULES PDF HERE

Payout for The Gravely New England Street Stock Nationals
1st - $3,500    2nd - $1,700    3rd - $1,000    4th - $600    5th - $500
6th - $400    7th - $375    8th - $350    9th - $325    10th - $300
11th - $275    12th - $250    13th - $225    14th thru 36 th - $200

SS OPEN ENTRY FORM PDF HERE   Early Entry Date: May 31st.

Event Page with Entries Received HERE


After receiving a good amount of interest from competitors and getting the plans for the reconfiguration of the infield completed, Oxford Plains Speedway is excited to announce that the Figure 8 Division will return to competition at the Speedway in 2015.

The WOOD PELLET WAREHOUSE Figure 8 Division will be run with the Weekly Saturday Night Racing Program and on some special events.

The first event for the Figure 8 Division will be on Saturday May 30
th as long as the ground is dry enough to do the work to the infield. If the work is not completed in time for the May 30th date, the Figure 8 Division will start in early to mid-June.

OPS Figure 8 Rules PDF HERE

QUESTIONS: please contact Paul Johnson at 207-318-3850 or the OPS Office

2015 Wood Pellet Warehouse Figure 8 Schedule

Saturday May 30th
Saturday June 6th
Saturday June 13th
Saturday June 20th
Friday July 3rd
Friday July 10th
Saturday July 18th
Saturday July 25th
Saturday August 1st
Saturday August 8th
Saturday August 15th
Saturday August 22nd
Friday August 28th
Saturday September 5th
Saturday September 12th
Advanced Tickets Sales for the 250
Advanced ticket sales for the 42nd Annual Oxford 250 on August 30th are now on sale and can be purchased by calling the Speedway Office at 207-539-8865. Reserved seats from 2014 will be held until June 15th.

The new date for the Oxford 250 is looking to bring in many talented drivers that have had scheduling conflicts in past years - such as many of the American Canadian Tour Competitors as well as competitors in the Maritime Pro Stock Tour that were competing in the IWK 250 at Riverside Speedway in Nova Scotia.

Oxford Plains Speedway President Tom Mayberry stated “The scheduling of these races on non-conflicting dates in 2015 will give both fans and competitors the ability to attend all of these great short track races in the Northeast.”

Due to the amount of interest there has been in this event Oxford Plains Speedway will be pre-selling Grandstand Tickets for this event.
2015 Oxford 250 Camping Policy

Oxford Plains Speedway has changed the camping policy for the Oxford 250. This event requires an astronomical amount of public safety services to keep the public safe throughout the weekend. The Oxford Police Department does a fantastic job handling the event and providing the man power to keep everyone safe throughout the weekend, However providing these services accumulates a huge cost as they provide great coverage to the entire facility.

The invoice for the Oxford 250 from the Oxford Police department is in excess of $20,000 each year, and that does not include the cost for the fire and rescue services that the Town of Oxford also provides for this event with medical staff on the grounds around the clock throughout the entire weekend. Oxford Plains Speedway has discussed these costs with town officials and we have come to the conclusion that there is no way to substantially decrease these costs and keep the same level of public safety.

Oxford Plains Speedway wants to keep camping at the Speedway an affordable option for race fans and has come up with the following policy. Campers will be allowed to come in on Tuesday morning, August 25th, the week of the Oxford 250.

Pricing Structure

Campers that come in on Tuesday morning will be charged $60.

Campers that come in on Wednesday will be charged $50.

Campers that come in on Thursday will be charged $40.

Campers that come in on Friday and throughout the rest of the weekend will be charged $30.

SUNDAY, JULY 20th, 2014


The 41st running of the Oxford 250 was a crowd pleaser as sixty of the best Super Late Model teams in the country converged on the small town of Oxford, Maine to participate in the historic event. The fans were treated to over seven hundred laps of racing, with several teams collecting checkered flags, but none as happy and as excited as Travis Benjamin, whom collected his second straight $25,000 payday, plus lap money.

Mark Lucas took advantage of another driver’s displeasure to capture the inaugural Mayhan Antiques & More 75 lap main event. Other support division winners visiting Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy victory lane on day three of the Oxford 250 weekend included Josh Childs, Mathew Bourgoine, and Kris Watson.


10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Closed on Tuesday
Wednesday to Friday:
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM


877 Main Street
Route 26 in
Oxford, Maine

Due to large upcoming events, OPS is looking to hire additional staff. OPS is now taking applications for the following positions: ticket sellers, ticket stubbers, bathroom maintenance, grounds cleanup, and parking attendants. Applicants must be available to work all scheduled race events. Applications are available at the Speedway office from 10-4 Mon, Wed, Thurs, & Fri.

Oxford Plains Speedway and Pro All Stars Series competitors must receive approval from OPS and PASS officials to display logos or names of scrap metal companies. Most scrap metal companies will receive immediate approval by officials. However, companies that directly conflict with major sponsors of Oxford Plains Speedway and/or PASS will not be allowed
to advertise on cars.

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Oxford Plains Speedway is pleased to announce that Applebee’s Restaurants have signed on to be the marketing partner for a brand new, fan friendly program called the Applebee’s Super-Fan Card.

“We are instituting a brand new program here at OPS. The program is designed to reward the race fan for attending races on a regular basis. All a fan has to do is ask for their Applebee’s Super-Fan card when they attend any event at Oxford Plains Speedway. The card will be punched each time they attend. When they have all ten of the Applebee’s logos punched, they can redeem their punch card for a free ticket to the next regular racing event. Each fan must have their own punch card and some restrictions apply. This is a great way to reward our regular fans for supporting our track. I think they are going to love this new program!”

Applebee’s Marketing Coordinator of New England, Lori Prunier is excited as well, “We are looking forward to working with the staff at Oxford Plains Speedway. The Applebee’s Super Fan Card is an awesome way for us to interact with and support race fans throughout the season. The idea is very creative and fits perfectly with our customer service programs. We are very proud of the new partnership that we have formed.”

The Applebee’s Super Fan Card will be available at the general admissions ticket booth.

The Oxford Select board approved the Polly’s Pit Stop license to sell beer in the grandstands. There will be a significant change in the sales department as you will be able to purchase beer at the main concessions behind the grandstands, and enjoy your beverage anywhere in the grandstands. There will be a strict policy on beer sales s everyone will have to adhere to. Everyone will have to show ID, and once you have done that you will be issued a special bracelet. You will be allowed a maximum of four beers for the night, and your bracelet will be punched once for every beer. Beer will stop being sold prior to the start of the final feature of the night. OPS Management will have the right to not serve individuals with non-conforming photo ID’s, as well as people that are already under the influence.
























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