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2016 HP HOOD OXFORD 250
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250 MEDIA DAY 8/24
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Entries Received - Oxford 250 - 8-28
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Event Schedule - Oxford 250 - 8-26, 27, & 28
KODIE CONNER #45
Southern Ties Continue At This Year's
43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250
aNAPLES, ME (August 23) - Since the inaugural HP Hood Oxford 250 in 1974, Oxford Plains Speedway's location has helped insure that the "best of the best" in short track racing would have a chance to take on one another. Being in Maine, the HP Hood Oxford 250 has seen the top short trackers from New England, the Midwest, and Canada participate against one another over the last 40 years. But since it's earliest days, the HP Hood Oxford 250 has been a showcase for talent from the Southeastern short track ranks. South Carolina's legendary Butch Lindley took the checkered flag in 1976, while North Carolina's Bob Pressley would take the win two years later, followed by Virginia's Tommy Ellis in 1983. Drivers like Harry Gant, Morgan Shepherd, Tommy Houston, Jimmy Hensley and others made regular stops at the 250 throughout the 1980s and early 1990s.

The tradition continues today as another strong contingent of drivers and teams will be making the trip up from Dixie. Defending Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model champion, Tate Fogleman, from Durham, NC will be attempting his fourth straight HP Hood Oxford 250 this weekend. Fogleman hopes to better the performance of his dad, Jay, who finished third in 2013. 

Jamie Yelton's Fathead Racing team competed in their first HP Hood Oxford 250 last year with Tyler Dippel and will return this year with Newport, TN's, Jake Crum. Crum is a former Late Model Stock champion and captured the win in the prestigious Martinsville 300 in 2009. Florida's Dalton Sargeant will be competing in his first HP Hood Oxford 250 this weekend after getting locked in through the PASS "non-winners" race at Oxford Plains in July. Sargeant has been inching closer to victory lane in PASS South as of late, scoring a pair of third place finishes at Hickory and South Boston.

PASS South championship contender, Kodie Conner, will be making the tow from Kannapolis, NC as he attempts his first HP Hood Oxford 250. After capturing the PASS Pro Late Model championship last year, Conner made the move up to Super Late Models in 2016 and is currently in the midst of a tight championship battle with Matt Craig. Conner is excited for his first major stock car race outside of the Carolinas.

"With the race being 250 laps, I feel that will help me with experience and I'm hoping we will be able to come on strong at the end," says Conner, who drives the distinctive looking #45 sponsored by Jerry Conner Insurance and Champion Spark Plugs. "I have done some research on the track and competition and I know it's going to be a tight race. I am going to watch some of the faster guys to learn and go from there. I am super stoked to be competing in my first HP Hood Oxford 250."

While not names you would not necessarily associate with the south, both Austin Theriault and Jeramie Whorff have ties to both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line. Theriault, who grew up in Maine and now lives in North Carolina, was long a fixture on the Maine short tracks before moving on to successful outings with Brad Keselowski Racing and Penske Racing. Theriault just completed a brand new Super Late Model and hopes to be a factor as he seeks his first HP Hood Oxford 250 win. Speaking of wins, Jeramie Whorff shocked the racing world with his 250 win in 2006. Whorff will be seeking his second checkered flag by teaming with the Woodman Racing team. Dicky Woodman made the move down south a few years ago and has gone to victory lane with drivers like Jay Fogleman and Daniel Hemric.

The South will not be the only region featured in Maine this weekend, how ever, as Garrett Evans makes the longest trek of all from Washington State. The multi-time Pacific Northwest Super Late Model champion has traveled over 3000 miles to compete in his first ever HP Hood Oxford 250, a trip that started off with a win at Spokane Super Oval last Friday night. But, Evans is not the first driver to compete at Oxford Plains with ties to the Northwest. Before moving east, Oregon's Chuck Bown captured the checkered flag for the HP Hood Oxford 250 in 1986 and 1990. Evans hopes to compliment his extensive trophy case by joining Bown as a winner of the 250.

The PASS Super Late Models will not be alone in making the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 a celebration of short track racing. A great slate of divisions is set to race starting on Friday, August 26 with the Street Stocks, Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Cruisers, Bandits, Legends, and Ladies, plus PASS Super Late Model practice. The PASS Super Late Models be on the track on Saturday, August 27 for practice in the morning, followed by racing in the evening for the ACT Late Models, Valenti Modifieds, PASS Modifieds, Classic Lites, Legends, Mini Stocks, Wicked Good, and Street Stocks. On Sunday, August 28, gates will open bright and early at 7 AM with a full day of on track activities including practice and heat race action for the PASS Super Late Models, followed by features for the PASS Modifieds, Street Stocks, North East Mini Stock Tour, Legends, Rebels, and finally the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 to begin at approximately 5:30 PM.

Entry forms for the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com and OxfordPlains.com. 

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 HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. 

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. 

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
     
PASS "Ironman" Seeks Another 
HP Hood Oxford 250 Triumph 
NAPLES, ME (August 18) - When you mention the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) to any race fan across North America, there's a good chance that Ben Rowe is the first driver's name that comes to mind. As the PASS North Super Late Model division's "Ironman", Ben Rowe has started every race since the series started in 2001, the only driver to do so. Along the way, Rowe has won 4 PASS North series titles, the 2009 PASS National and PASS South championships, and has won more PASS Super Late Model races than any other driver, nearly 50 when combining both PASS North and South wins.

Rowe, like most every other driver from across the nation, holds the HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway in high regard. As a kid, he watched his dad, Mike, go to victory lane in the 1984 running of the 250 and competed against him in Mike's wins in 1997 and 2005. 

"The Oxford 250, as it was then known, was the biggest race of the year in the Northeast hands down," said Rowe. "Everybody from down South or out West, when you mentioned that race, they had heard of it. And whether it was the money or the prestige or whatever, everybody wanted to win the 250. To start with, a lot of Southerners came down and had won it and then my dad was the first driver from Maine to win it, so it's always been special for our family."

It was those lessons learned from his dad that helped Ben go to victory lane in the HP Hood Oxford 250 in 2003 and 2004, joining Geoff Bodine, Ralph Nason, and later Eddie MacDonald and Travis Benjamin, as the only back-to-back winners of the 250 (Note: Nason won three straight HP Hood Oxford 250s from 1998-2000). Despite his wins coming just a year apart, each race holds a special place in Ben's heart for different reasons.
"It was something for me to watch my dad try to win the 250 for all those years and finally get it, and then to win it myself meant everything for me because I really knew how hard it was to win," said Rowe. "The second year I won it in 2004, I had to pass Matt Kenseth with just a few laps left to go to win it and that made it pretty special for me."

Ben Rowe has seen a few things change over the years in the HP Hood Oxford 250, especially the cars competing in the race. From the Busch North cars his father raced there to Pro Stocks, now known as Super Late Models, to the slower, heavier Late Models that raced in the 250 from 2007 to 2012. 

This season has already been eventful for Ben Rowe and has him excited about his chances for another 250 win. Rowe assured himself a starting sport for this year's race by winning his third Easter Bunny 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway in North Carolina. And he followed that up with a win in the first PASS North Super Late Model race of the year at Oxford Plains Speedway after a thrilling three-wide duel with fellow series champions, Johnny Clark and DJ Shaw.

For both Ben and Mike Rowe, it's been a long journey from Turner, ME to the pinnacle of short track racing. But one thing is for sure, as long there is a HP Hood Oxford 250, it's a safe bet the Rowes will be there up near the front. And there's nothing Ben Rowe would love to do more than join his father as a 3-time winner of the 250.

The PASS Super Late Models will not be alone in making the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 a celebration of short track racing. A great slate of divisions is set to race starting on Friday, August 26 with the Street Stocks, Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Cruisers, Bandits, Legends, and Ladies, plus PASS Super Late Model practice. The PASS Super Late Models be on the track on Saturday, August 27 for practice in the morning, followed by racing in the evening for the ACT Late Models, Valenti Modifieds, PASS Modifieds, Classic Lites, Legends, Mini Stocks, Wicked Good, and Street Stocks. 

On Sunday, August 28, gates will open bright and early at 7 AM with a full day of on track activities including practice and heat race action for the PASS Super Late Models, followed by features for the PASS Modifieds, Street Stocks, North East Mini Stock Tour, Legends, Rebels, and finally the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 to begin at approximately 5:30 PM.

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 HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. 

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 oralandietzpass@live.com. 

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
     
Luce Looks To Join Elite Company In Defense Of HP Hood Oxford 250 Title
NAPLES, ME (August 10) - Since it's inception in 1974, the HP Hood Oxford 250 has been an event that can make\ a racecar driver's career. Annually, one of the better attended races in asphalt short track racing, the HP Hood Oxford 250 will once again take place on August 26-28 at the legendary Oxford Plains Speedway, paying $25,000 to the winner. With additional lap leader bonus money also on the line, this year's HP Hood Oxford 250 winner could potentially take home up to $50,000. 

With his win in the inaugural event, Joey Kourafas cemented his name in the record books. Short track legend and South Carolina racer, Butch Lindley, became the first driver outside of New England to win when he took the checkered flag in 1976. And the race took on international significance when Ontario's Don Biederman claimed the win just one year later. But, the HP Hood Oxford 250, has also seen surprise winners like Scott Robbins, Jeramie Whorff, and Roger Brown. For many, that was the case when Turner, ME's Glen Luce dominated to take the win last year. But, Luce has quietly shown himself to be one of the strongest drivers in the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Model division over the last couple of years. And Luce has definitely noticed a difference since winning one of short track racing's most challenging events.

"I guess the biggest change I've noticed is that I've probably signed more autographs in the last year since winning than I did in a lifetime of prior racing," says Luce, driver of the Steven's Electric and Pump Service #7L. "The team has just really come together. We changed setups a little bit as far as percentages, went to a 604 crate. All of the ingredients just worked, plus having a fabulous crew."

If Luce can capture another win this year, he will join an elite group of just five drivers that have been able to win back-to-back HP Hood Oxford 250s. Former Daytona 500 winner, Geoff Bodine, became the first driver to win in consecutive years with his wins in 1980-1981, followed by Ralph Nason, who is the only driver to three-peat, winning in 1998-2000. Ben Rowe, Eddie MacDonald, and most recently, Travis Benjamin, are the only other drivers who have managed to find the magic to the 250 for two years in a row. Sitting fifth in PASS North Super Late Model points and with a win at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in May, Luce feels good about his chances to join this elite "club."

"Finding the answer to the 250 is huge because it has changed so many drivers careers, like Ricky Craven for instance," says Luce. "It has definitely given me some pretty big shoes to fill coming back to defend. There's a lot of pressure, but we just have to do our thing and worry about our team and stay consistent."

Among those who have already entered are Pacific Northwest legend Garrett Evans, who will be attempting the Oxford 250 for the first time in his illustrious career, 6-time PASS North Super Late Model champion, Johnny Clark, the 2014 series champion and current points leader, DJ Shaw, 2-time PASS National Champion, Jay Fogleman, and his son, Tate, himself the defending PASS South Super Late Model champion, former champion Cassius Clark, and 2015 PASS National Champion, Joey Doiron. 

3-Time HP Hood Oxford 250 winner, Mike Rowe, is joined on the entry list by fellow 250 winners, Travis Benjamin and Joey Polewarcyzk. The state of Maine will be well represented by Reid Lanpher, David Oliver, Richie Dearborn, Alan Wilson, Dave Farrington, Jr., Mike Hopkins, Adam Polvinen, Scott Mulkern, Tim and TJ Brackett, Dennis Spencer, Jr., Wyatt Alexander, Scott Robbins, Jacob Dore, Garrett Hall, Shawn Martin, Gary Smith, Tracy Gordon, Larry Gelinas, Dan McKeague, Corey Bubar, Jeff Taylor, and veteran Kelly Moore.

New Hampshire natives Bryan Kruczek and Jeremy Davis will be hoping to return to victory lane in the biggest race of the year, along with fellow Granite State driver Derrick Griffith. Massachusetts' Derek Ramstrom is hoping his big race experience will pay off and will be joined by fellow New Englanders Travis Stearns, Kyle Desouza, Brent Dragon, and North Carolina transplants, Ben Lynch and John-Michael Shenette. Michael Scorzelli will make the trip from New York as well as New Brunswick's Matt Matheson, who will be looking for a win as he tries to take the trophy north of the border.
Entry forms for the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com and OxfordPlains.com. It will be a big weekend of action that will also feature the PASS Modifieds, ACT Late Models, Valenti Modified Series, the North East Mini Stock Tour, and much, much more.

The PASS North Super Late Models and PASS Modifieds will be in action again on Friday night, August 12 at Lee USA Speedway. Entry forms for upcoming PASS action at Lee, South Boston and the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com

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 HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. 

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. 

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
     
GARRETT EVANS #64
43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 
Attracting Drivers From Across 
North America; Entry List Over 50
NAPLES, ME (August 9) - Ever since the first HP Hood Oxford 250 was held at Oxford Plains Speedway in 1974, it has attracted not only the best short track racers from New England, but from across North America. In that first event won by Joey Kourafas, the precedent was set that short track racing's best would assemble at Oxford for the 250. In addition to the talented group of drivers from New England in the field that day, Southern aces Bosco Lowe and 1963 Daytona 500 winner Tiny Lund competed along with a strong group of Canadian drivers led by Jean Paul Cabana. In fact, the early years of the HP Hood Oxford 250 were dominated by Southern drivers such as Butch Lindley, Bob Pressley, and Tommy Ellis. The first Canadian to taste HP Hood Oxford 250 glory was Don Biederman in 1977.

This year, the tradition continues at the HP Hood Oxford 250 with drivers from outside the Northeast coming into challenge New England's best on their "home" field. With several weeks remaining before the race, the entry list has grown to over 50. Among those who have already entered are Pacific Northwest legend Garrett Evans, who will be attempting the HP Hood Oxford 250 for the first time in his illustrious career. Since first competing with PASS in "The Race" at North Wilkesboro Speedway in 2011, the Wenatchee, WA native has made several PASS South starts, but this will be only his second time ever competing at Oxford Plains. Defending PASS Pro Late Model champion and current PASS South Super Late Model championship contender, Kodie Conner, will make the trip from Kannapolis, NC for his first attempt at the 250. 

Likewise, Boca Raton, FL driver Dalton Sargeant returns to Oxford Plains Soeedway after locking up a spot in the 250 via the PASS "non-winners" race back in July. Sargeant impressed in his first PASS South starts in late 2014 and is hoping for big things in his return to Oxford Plains.

"Really looking forward to Oxford Plains Speedway and returning for my first try at the 250," says Sargeant, driver of the Windows 10/Lane Automotive Toyota Camry #55. "I cut my teeth racing in the PASS South Series, it was home to a few of my very first starts in a Super Late Model, so the series is like home for me."

Canadian drivers have long been a part of the history and tradition of the HP Hood Oxford 250, but none has gone to victory lane since Canada's three year streak of winning came to an end with Dave Whitlock's victory in 1995. New Brunswick's Matt Matheson will attempt to make the HP Hood Oxford 250 after competing with PASS North this year and finishing third in the 2013 PASS National Championship standings. Multi-time Maritime champion, John Flemming, also returns this year and will be making the tow from Nova Scotia.

With echoes of races past reverberating through Oxford's famed grandstands, tradition lives as fans and racers can be assured that only the best in short track racing will be vying for a shot to go to victory lane on Sunday in the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250.

But the PASS Super Late Models will not be alone in making the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 a celebration of short track racing. A great slate of divisions is set to race starting on Friday, August 26 with the Street Stocks, Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Cruisers, Bandits, Legends, and Ladies, plus PASS Super Late Model practice. The PASS Super Late Models be on the track on Saturday, August 27 for practice in the morning, followed by racing in the evening for the ACT Late Models, Valenti Modifieds, PASS Modifieds, Classic Lites, Legends, Mini Stocks, Wicked Good, and Street Stocks. On Sunday, August 28, gates will open bright and early at 7 AM with a full day of on track activities including practice and heat race action for the PASS Super Late Models, followed by features for the PASS Modifieds, Street Stocks, North East Mini Stock Tour, Legends, Rebels, and finally the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 to begin at approximately 5:30 PM.

Entry forms for the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com and OxfordPlains.com. The PASS North Super Late Models and PASS Modifieds will be in action again on Friday night, August 12 at Lee USA Speedway. Entry forms for upcoming PASS action at Lee, South Boston and the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com

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 HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. 

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. 

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

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24th
OXFORD ACCELERATION SERIES
Walmart Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Cruisers, &
Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Ladies Divisions
8/24/16 OAS FINISHES PDF
Photos by Joseph Johnson  www.josephsphotos.com
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20th
OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
BACKPACK GIVEAWAY
Budweiser Super Late Models, Figure 8s
Allens Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, &
MacDonald Motors of Bridgton Bandits Divisions
TJ Brackett nails down second win this season at Oxford Plains Speedway
Matt Williams, Jamie Heath and David Smith also triumphant in Budweiser Championship Series action
Oxford, Maine - TJ Brackett put on one of this season's most impressive Super Late Model runs, winning the 50-lap main event topping the Budweiser Championship Series racing card Saturday night at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Brackett, a former champion of the top class at the track, became the second driver this season to win twice in weekly Super Late Model competition. Fourteen drivers have won a 50-lap Super Late Model race in 16 events this year. The other driver to win more than once is TJ Brackett's father, Tim Brackett, the reigning track champion and current points leader.

Shawn Knight of South Paris led a healthy chunk of the race, but wasn't able to hold off Brackett, who was impressive using the outside groove and able to get it done down low as well after starting the race from 13th position.

Timmy Brackett started and finished two positions behind his victorious son after starting 15th. Windham's Corey Bubar spent a lot of time in the outside groove and finished in fourth position, while Bobby Timmons of Windham posted his second straight top-five finish.

Bangor's Gary Smith went from 16th to sixth, while Dixfield's Scott Robbins started 21st and finished seventh. Turner's Shawn Martin, Anson's Scott Moore and Alan Wilson of Hebron rounded out the top ten.

Matt Williams took most of the season off before returning to competition in the Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock division a few weeks ago, and the Brownfield driver put on one of the best runs of the season in the class, racing from 14th spot on the starting grid into victory lane after 30 laps of action.

Championship points leader Matt Dufault of Turner was closest to Williams when the checkered flag waved, with second-place points man Calvin Rose, Jr. of Turner posting another third-place finish to stay alive in the title bout. Guy Childs of Sabattus and Norway's Jordan Russell rounded out the top five.

Jamie Heath of Waterford took another step toward the Bandit division championship, charging from the middle of the starting grid to an early lead that he would not relinquish in the 20-lap finale for the MacDonald Motors of Bridgton class.

Heath's closest rival in the title race, Tyler Green of Turner, chased him under the checkered flag. Jacob Hall of Oxford raced from 13th starting position to claim the final trophy. Bill Grover of Waterford and Oxford's Charlie 'Chachy' Hall rounded out the top five.

David Smith of South Paris held off Jon Lizotte of Lewiston and won another interesting Figure 8 15-lapper. Kyle Kilgore of South Paris claimed the third-place trophy, well behind the legendary combination he shared the podium with in the Gravely/Ariens/Dave's Small Engines class. Greg Durgin of South Paris was fourth across the line, followed by the early race leader, Dale Lawrence of Lisbon Falls.

The 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 weekend kicks off on Friday, August 26 at 6:30 p.m. with eight divisions of weekly racers from both the Budweiser Championship Series and NAPA Acceleration Series classes. On Saturday, August 27 the ACT Late Model Tour and the Valenti Modified Racing Series headline a special 5:00 p.m. racing card. The 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 Super Late Model classic is scheduled for Sunday, August 28, with qualifying heat races set for 1:30 p.m.

The championships for all Budweiser Championship Series divisions at Oxford Plains Speedway will be decided on Saturday, September 10 at 7:00 p.m. For more information call (207) 539-8865.

Unofficial Budweiser Championship Series results from Saturday, August 20 at Oxford Plains Speedway showing finishing position, car number, driver's name, driver's hometown.

Photos by Joseph Johnson  www.josephsphotos.com


SUPER LATE MODEL (50 laps) 1 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield; 2 25 Shawn Knight, South Paris; 3 60 Tim Brackett, Buckfield; 4 42 Corey Bubar, Windham; 5 48 Bobby Timmons, Windham; 6 75 Gary Smith, Bangor; 7 36 Scott Robbins, Dixfield; 8 94 Shawn Martin, Turner; 9 03 Scott Moore, Anson; 10 53 Alan Wilson, Hebron; 11 01 Sammy Gooden, Whitefield, NH; 12 72 Chris Coolidge, Norway; 13 0 Spencer Morse, Waterford; 14 6 Shane Green, South Paris; 15 15 Brad Babb, Windham; 16 16 Travis Stearns, Auburn; 17 3 Josh Childs, Oxford; 18 54 Ryan Deane, Winterport; 19 5 Dustin Bisson, Greene; 20 46 Dennis Spencer, Oxford; 21 29 Ricky Morse, St.Albans; 22 77 Brandon Lambert. Colebrook, NH; 23 4 Jeremie Whorff, West Bath; 24 21 David Oliver, Standish.


Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy STREET STOCK (30 laps)
1 63 Matt Williams, Brownfield; 2 61 Matt Dufault, Turner; 3 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 4 5 Guy Childs, Sr., Sabattus; 5 4 Jordan Russell, Norway; 6 79 Travis Lovejoy, Waterboro; 7 24 Jonathan Emerson, Sabattus; 8 77 Bryce Mains, Naples; 9 21 Skip Tripp, South Paris; 10 58 David Whittier, West Poland; 11 17 Gary Davis, Harrison; 12 05 Glen Reynolds, Greene; 13 23 Zach Emerson, Sabattus; 14 42 Kim Tripp, Oxford, DNS 36 Richard Spaulding, Lisbon, DNS 39 Gerry Freve, Buckfield.


MacDonald Motors of Bridgton BANDITS (20 laps)
1 91 Jamie Heath, Waterford; 2 26 Tyler Green, Turner; 3 5 Jacob Hall, Oxford; 4 13 Bill Grover, Waterford; 5 3 Charlie Hall, Oxford; 6 77 Rob Crepeau, Minot; 7 1 Brandon Varney, Auburn; 8 4 Caleb Emerson-Mains, New Gloucester; 9 8 Joshua Knoll, Mechanic Falls; 10 14 Adam O'Neil, Lewiston; 11 18 Brian Hiscock, Turner; 12 37 Dan Wade, New Gloucester; 13 56 Addie McDaniel, Bridgton; 14 41 Brad Johnson, Fairfield; 15 33 Matt Hiscock, Turner.


Ariens / Gravely / Dave's Small Engines FIGURE 8 (15 laps)
1 54 David Smith, South Paris; 2 27 Jon Lizotte, Lewiston; 3 4 Kyle Kilgore, South Paris; 4 41 Greg Durgin, South Paris; 5 2 Dale Lawrence, Lisbon Falls; 6 28 Jordan Varney, Leeds; 7 3 Robert Morey, Lisbon; 8 127 John Lizotte, St. Petersburg, FL; 9 10 Gale Williams, Auburn Township.
Rescheduled to
SUNDAY, SEPT. 4TH
 

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17th
OXFORD ACCELERATION SERIES
BACKPACK GIVEAWAY
Walmart Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Cruisers, &
Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Ladies Divisions
8/17/16 OAS FINISHES PDF
Photos by Joseph Johnson  www.josephsphotos.com
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14th
OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Budweiser Super Late Models, Figure 8s
Allens Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, &
MacDonald Motors of Bridgton Bandits Divisions
Reid Lanpher prevails in Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model 50-lapper at Oxford Plains Speedway
Street Stock winner Dufault takes championship lead, Heath dominates Bandit class again
Oxford, Maine - Reid Lanpher of Manchester wasn't planning a trip to Oxford Plains Speedway this weekend, but weather postponements and a rescheduled Sunday night Budweiser Championship Series program offered up an opportunity not only to get some seat time in his EJP Racing Super Late Model, but also prepare for the 43rd HP Hood Oxford 250, coming up on Sunday, August 28 at 1:30 p.m.

Lanpher, runner-up in last year's HP Hood Oxford 250, picked up a confidence-boosting win from the front row in the 50-lap Super Late Model race, topping the card at the historic Route 26 oval track. Lanpher prevailed in an early battle versus polesitter Dave Farrington, Jr., of Jay.

Bobby Timmons of Windham provided stout competition for Lanpher, making several attempts to get alongside the eventual winner before claiming runner-up honors in front of Farrington. Corey Bubar of Windham and South Paris racer Shawn Knight rounded out the top five.

Lanpher becomes the 14th winner in 15 Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model 50-lappers this season at Oxford Plains Speedway. Only reigning track champion and current championship point leader Timmy Brackett of Buckfield has won twice this season.

Matt Dufault of Turner vaulted to the top of the championship point standings in the Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock division with a victory in the 30-lap main event. Dufault, locked in a tight championship race against fellow Turner resident Calvin Rose, Jr., took to the outside groove to chase down the frontrunners from his 10th starting position.

Brian Caswell of Portland led a healthy chunk of the race, battling mostly with Waterboro's Travis Lovejoy. After Dufault went by both to claim the lead, Lovejoy managed to claim runner-up honors in front of Caswell. Guy Childs of Sabattus had his best run of the season in fourth place. Matt Williams of Brownfield beat out Rose for fifth.

Jamie Heath of Waterford extended his championship points lead in the MacDonald Motors of Bridgton Bandits class with a dominant performance in his 20-lap feature race. Heath started 10th and got by early race leader Adam O'Neil less than five laps into the main event.

Second-place points man Tyler Green of Turner was a distant second-place finisher in the Bandit finale, with Bill Grover of Waterford claiming third-place honors. The previous week's winner, Charlie 'Chachy' Hall of Oxford was fourth, followed by teammate Jacob Hall of Oxford.

Reigning champion and current championship point leader John Lizotte triumphed in a wild 15-lap race for the Ariens-Gravely-Dave's Small Engines Figure 8 class. David Smith of South Paris bounced back from an early spin to claim runner-up honors, with early race leader Greg Durgin of South Paris third under the checkered flag.

The Budweiser Championship Series at Oxford Plains Speedway resumes on Saturday, August 20 at 7:00 p.m. The 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 is scheduled for Sunday, August 28 at 1:30 p.m. For more information visit oxfordplains.com or call (207) 539-8865.


Unofficial Budweiser Championship Series results from Sunday, August 14
at Oxford Plains Speedway showing finishing position, car number, driver's name, driver's hometown.

Photos by Joseph Johnson  www.josephsphotos.com

SUPER LATE MODEL (50 laps) 1 59 Reid Lanpher, Manchester; 2 48 Bobby Timmons, Windham; 3 23 Dave Farrington, Jr., Jay; 4 42 Corey Bubar, Windham; 5 25 Shawn Knight, 6 53 Alan Wilson, Hebron; 7 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield; 8 7 Glen Luce, Turner; 9 60 Timmy Brackett, Buckfield; 10 3 Josh Childs, Oxford; 11 24 Gunnar Rowe, Turner; 12 36 Scott Robbins, Dixfield; 13 0 Spencer Morse, Waterford; 14 75 Gary Smith, Bangor; 15 77 Brandon Lambert, Colebrook, NH; 16 6 Shane Green, South Paris; 17 46 Dennis Spencer, Jr., Oxford; 18 54 Ryan Deane, Winterport; 19 03 Scott Moore, Anson.

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy STREET STOCK (30 laps) 1 61 Matt Dufault, Turner; 2 79 Travis Lovejoy, Waterboro; 3 47 Brian Caswell, Portland; 4 5 Guy Childs, Sr., Sabattus; 5 63 Matt Williams, Brownfield; 6 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 7 23 Zach Emerson, Sabattus; 8 83 Dan Brown, Peru; 9 42 Kim Tripp, Oxford; 10 77 Bryce Mains, Naples; 11 58 David Whittier, West Poland; 12 24 Jonathan Emerson, Sabattus; 13 34 David Vaughn, Naples; 14 4 Jordan Russell, Norway; 15 36 Richard Spaulding, Lisbon; 16 05 Glen Reynolds, Greene; 17 30 Don Duval, Leeds.

MacDonald Motors of Bridgton BANDITS (20 laps) 1 91 Jamie Heath, Waterford; 2 13 Bill Grover, Waterford; 3 3 Charlie Hall, Oxford; 4 5 Jacob Hall, Oxford; 5 14 Adam O'Neil, Lewiston; 6 8 Joshua Knoll, Mechanic Falls; 7 77 Rob Crepeau, Minot; 8 4 Caleb Emerson-Mains, New Gloucester; 9 1 Brandon Varney, Auburn; 10 18 Brian Hiscock, Turner; 11 19 Chris Foster, Lisbon; 12 12 Tyler Merrill, Poland; 13 17 Dan Wade, New Gloucester; 14 51 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 15 33 Matt Hiscock, Turner; 16 08 Michael McKinney, Berlin, NH; 17 41 Dustin Salley, Poland; DNS 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford.

Ariens / Gravely / Dave's Small Engines FIGURE 8 (15 laps) 1 27 Jon Lizotte, Lewiston; 2 54 David Smith, South Paris; 3 41 Greg Durgin, South Paris; 4 127 John Lizotte, St. Petersburg, FL; 5 3 Robert Morey, Lisbon; 6 2 Dale Lawrence, Lisbon Falls; 7 39 Gale Williams, Auburn Township; 8 4 Kyle Kilgore, South Paris.
The 43rd Annual


August 26-28, 2016
Entry List Grows To Nearly 50 For
43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250
| Entries Received - Oxford 250 - 8-28 |
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| LAP BOARD - 2016 Oxford 250 |
NAPLES, ME (July 14) - Entries from every corner of the United States, as well as Canada, continue to make their way into the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) offices for the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250. Annually, the best attended race for both fans and participants, the HP Hood Oxford 250 will take place on August 26-28 at the legendary Oxford Plains Speedway, paying $25,000 to the winner. With additional lap leader bonus money also on the line, this year's HP Hood Oxford 250 winner could potentially take home up to $50,000.

Several drivers have already punched their tickets to the prestigious race through the "Road To The Oxford 250" qualifying events, including this year's Easter Bunny 150 winner, Ben Rowe, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Scott Farrington, and Florida's Dalton Sargeant, each who advanced through a recent "non-winner's" race at Oxford Plains a couple of weeks ago.

Among those who have already entered are Pacific Northwest legend Garrett Evans, who will be attempting the Oxford 250 for the first time in his illustrious career, 6-time PASS North Super Late Model champion, Johnny Clark, the 2014 series champion and current points leader, DJ Shaw, 2-time PASS National Champion, Jay Fogleman, and his son, Tate, himself the defending PASS South Super Late Model champion, former champion Cassius Clark, and 2015 PASS National Champion, Joey Doiron.

3-Time HP Hood Oxford 250 winner, Mike Rowe, is joined on the entry list by fellow 250 winners, Travis Benjamin and Joey Polewarcyzk, and last year's surprise winner, Glen Luce. The state of Maine will be well represented by Reid Lanpher, David Oliver, Richie Dearborn, Alan Wilson, Dave Farrington, Jr., Mike Hopkins, Adam Polvinen, Scott Mulkern, Tim and TJ Brackett, Dennis Spencer, Jr., Wyatt Alexander, Scott Robbins, Jacob Dore, Garrett Hall, Shawn Martin, Gary Smith, Tracy Gordon, Larry Gelinas, Dan McKeague, Corey Bubar, Jeff Taylor, and veteran Kelly Moore.

New Hampshire natives Bryan Kruczek and Jeremy Davis will be hoping to return to victory lane in the biggest race of the year, along with fellow Granite State driver Derrick Griffith. Massachusetts' Derek Ramstrom is hoping his big race experience will pay off and will be joined by fellow New Englanders Travis Stearns, Kyle Desouza, Brent Dragon, and North Carolina transplants, Ben Lynch and John-Michael Shenette. Michael Scorzelli will make the trip from New York as well as New Brunswick's Matt Matheson, who will be looking for a win as he tries to take the trophy north of the border.

Entry forms for the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com. It will be a big weekend of action that will also feature the PASS Modifieds, ACT Late Models, Valenti Modified Series, the North East Mini Stock Tour, and much, much more.

The PASS North Super Late Models will be in action again on Saturday, July 23, along with the ACT Late Models, for Twin 150s at White Mountain Motorsports Park. Racing will start at 5 PM and will also include the Tigers, Dwarfs, and Kids Trucks.

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 HP Hood Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com.

Please visit ProAllStarsSeries.com for more information and don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow PASS on Twitter at @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

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To celebrate our newly renovated skyboxes, we will offer the following pricing for the remainder of the 2016 season for all regular Wednesday and Saturday night events.

$20 per person ages 13 and up.
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ANYONE IN NEED OF A SCORING TRANSPONDER MAY CONTACT PAUL JOHNSON AT 207-318-3850 AFTER 5PM. PRICE IS $385. (THEY RETAIL FOR $410.) SLM & STREET STOCK COMPETITORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PURCHAASE ONE SINCE THE WEEKLY
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