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Glen Luce Best in Oxford Plains
Speedway Super Late Models
Reigning Oxford 250 Kingpin Wins
Budweiser Championship Series Opener
Oxford, Maine -- Glen Luce of Turner followed up his most successful racing season ever with an opening day victory in the Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model division season-opener Sunday afternoon at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Luce, who fulfilled the goal of most every Maine stock car racer with a $31,000-plus victory in last year's Oxford 250, nailed down this 50-lap triumph after an early battle for the lead with Norway's Chris Coolidge.

Late in the going Luce had to turn back a challenge from Buckfield's Timmy Brackett, the track's reigning Super Late Model champion. Brackett finished up .036-seconds behind the winner at the line, with Coolidge coasting home in third position.

Adam Polvinen made up a lot of ground late in the race to earn a fourth-place finish, with multi-time Late Model track champion Shawn Martin of Turner completing the top five. Sixth through tenth-place finishes were earned by Scott Robbins, rookie Josh Childs, Kyle Treadwell, Reid Lanpher and Ryan Deane. Coolidge and Luce won the Super Late Model heat races.

Calvin Rose, Jr. of Turner prevailed in the 30-lap headline race for Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock division competitors. Rose, rookie of the year in the top support class last season, found his way by a torrid battle for the top spot between Matt Dufault, Rick Spaulding and Jonathan Emerson in impressive fashion.

Dufault, who led a healthy portion of the early laps, survived the paint-swapping battles in second position, with 2015 championship runner-up Zach Emerson of Sabattus making a late charge into the final podium finishing position. Lisbon's Spaulding and Kyle Hewins of Leeds filled out the top five rundown. Jonathan Emerson and Dufault were heat race winners.

Nicholas Naugle of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia made his ten-hour ride home a happy one, winning the 25-lap INEX Legends Cars feature race. Naugle turned back a tough test from East Parsonsfield veteran Trevor Sanborn, with 13-year-old Austin Teras grabbing another trophy with a third-place finish. Todd Libby of West Baldwin and Poland racer Peter Craig rounded out the top five

Auburn's Brandon Varney cruised to victory in the 20-lap main event for entry-level Bandits division competitors. Varney had veteran frontrunner Jamie Heath of Waterford in his mirror for most of the race.

Heath claimed the Bandit division's runner-up hardware, with Cam Childs of Leeds crossing the finish line in third position. Matt Mahar of Buckfield and Oxford's James Record rounded out the top five. Varney, Childs and Oxford's Charlie Hall won heat races.

Shane Green of South Paris earned his first trip to victory lane in the Figure 8 division's 15-lap race. Green led most of the way after last year's champion, Jon Lizotte, was eliminated in a first-lap crash with the winner's teammate. Robert Morey of Lisbon was the runner-up, with newcomer Kyle Kilgore of South Paris claiming the third-place trophy.

Budweiser Championship Series competition at Oxford Plains Speedway resumes Sunday afternoon (May 1) at 2:00 p.m., with five divisions of action topped by the Super Late Models on tap. For more information call (207) 539-8865 or visit

Results from the Budweiser Oxford Championship Series on April 24, 2016
at Oxford Plains Speedway; Oxford, Maine, showing finishing order, car number, driver's name, driver's hometown:

Budweiser Super Late Model (50 laps)
1 7 Glen Luce, Turner; 2 60 Tim Brackett, Buckfield; 3 72 Chris Coolidge, Norway; 4 73 Adam Polvinen, Auburn; 5 94 Shawn Martin, Turner; 6 36 Scott Robbins, Dixfield; 7 3 Josh Childs, Oxford; 8 44 Kyle Treadwell, Buckfield; 9 59 Reid Lanpher, Manchester; 10 54 Ryan Deane, Winterport; 11 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield; 12 24 Gunnar Rowe, Turner; 13 46 Dennis Spencer, Oxford; 14 75 Gary Smith, Bangor; 15 53 Alan Wilson, Hebron; 16 Poncho Darveau, Augusta; 17 0 Spencer Morse, Waterford; 18 25 Shawn Knight, South Paris; 19 01 Sammy Gooden, Whitefield, NH; 20 3 Vanna Brackett, Buckfield; 21 03 Scott Moore, Anson.

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock (30 laps)
1 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 2 61 Matt Dufault, Turner; 3 23 Zach Emerson, Sabattus; 4 36 Rick Spaulding, Lisbon; 5 51 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 6 58 David Whittier, West Poland; 7 24 Jonathan Emerson, Sabattus; 8 04 Zach Bowie, Greene; 9 33 Andrew Breton, Sabattus; 10 55 Kurt Hewins, Leeds; 11 56 Mike Short, Auburn; 12 4 Jordan Russell, Norway; 13 77 Bryce Mains, Naples; 14 60 Richard Wentworth; 15 81 Wayne Reynolds; 16 71 Jason LaValley, Auburn; 17 25 Mike Rand, Bridgton; 18 14 Brian Caswell, Portland.

Macdonald Motors Bridgton
Bandits (20 laps) 1 Brandon Varney, Auburn; 2 91 Jamie Heath, Waterford; 3 02 Cam Childs, Leeds; 4 0 Matthew Mahar, Buckfield; 5 82 James Record, Oxford; 6 26 Tyler Green, Turner; 7 8 Joshua Knoll, Mechanic Falls; 8 13 Bill Grover, Waterford; 9 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford; 10 11 Jason Porter, Freeport; 11 18 Brian Hiscock, Turner; 12 56 Adrianna McDaniel, Bridgton; 13 4 Caleb Emerson-Mains, Durham; 14 40 Chase Emerson, Turner; 15 3 Charlie Hall, Oxford; 16 33 Matt Hiscock, Turner; 17 41 Brad Johnson, Fairfield; 18 28 William Barker, Oxford; 19 44 Rick Montminy, Auburn; 20 77 Rob Crepeau, Minot; 21 08 Michael McKinney, Sr., Berlin, NH; 22 17 Dan Wade, New Gloucester; 23 32 Troy Smith, Bridgton; 24 5 Jake Hall, Oxford; 25 00 Jake Roberti, South Paris; 26 22 Cody Billings, Hartford; 27 14x Adam O'Neil, Lewiston.

INEX Legends Cars (25 laps)
1 88 Nicholas Naugle, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; 2 129 Trevor Sanborn, East Parsonsfield; 3 29 Austin Teras, Windham; 4 1 Todd Libby, West Baldwin; 5 4 Peter Craig, Poland; 6 3 Justin Stacey, Hiram; 7 4 Thomas Everson, Gilmanton, NH; 8 21 Brenna Humphrey, Cornish; 9 7 Kayla King, Buxton.

Arians/Gravely/Dave's Small Engine Figure 8 (15 laps)
1 61 Shane Green, South Paris; 2 3 Robert Morey, Lisbon; 3 4 Kyle Kilgore, South Paris; 4 27 Jon Lizotte, Lewiston; 5 6 Geoff Low, Minot; 6 97 Eric Hodgkins, Auburn.



PASS SUPER LATE MODELS - THREE WIDE OFF TURN FOUR ON THE LAST LAP - Inside - #60 of DJ Shaw;, Middle - #4 of Ben Rowe; Outisde - #54 of Johnny Clark. Clark brushes the main straight wall and falls back slightly. Rowe holds the slight lead over Shaw and takes the win by .023 seconds.
Ben Rowe breaks dry spell at Oxford Plains Speedway in PASS Super Late Models,
Bobby Therrien tops ACT Late Models
Oxford, Maine -- Ben Rowe of Turner edged DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire by a razor-thin margin of .023-seconds in a wild, and wildly-competitive, Speedway Homes 150 for Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models on Sunday at Oxford Plains Speedway.

“I’ve got to thank (new crew chief) Mickey Green for coming on board,” Rowe said in victory lane, greeted by a decidedly mixed reaction from a very vocal crowd after the race. “I haven’t had a top ten finish here in about five years – it was in the paper – and Mickey and his guys got us back on the right track, and my spotter (Steve Tapley) did a great job today.”

Rowe started 27th, and had methodically worked his way into third position behind Bryan Kruczek of Newmarket, New Hampshire and Dan McKeage of Gorham after McKeage had led almost the entire race to that point. Rowe found an opening under Kruczek as they headed into turn one on a restart, and contact between the two as Kruczek tried to close the hole saw him bounce into McKeage, who was forced three-wide to the outside, costing him several positions.

Kruczek, who had led briefly earlier in the race only to be taken out of the spot by a competitor who was penalized for the move, was unable to complete the race, while McKeage clearly deserved a far better fate than his eventual tenth-place finish.

Rowe, a four-time PASS North Super Late Model champion, nearly lost the race in the same fashion that he gained the race lead on a green-white-checkered finish when he went wide to fend off the challenge of Farmingdale’s Johnny Clark, who nearly won the race after starting from 33rd on the pre-race grid. That move opened the door for 2014 series titlist Shaw to charge up on Rowe’s inside, nearly stealing the checkered flag.

Rowe, Shaw and Clark were next chased across the stripe by Colchester, Vermont’s Brent Dragon, who raced up front throughout the 150-lap test to earn a fourth-place finish in the Shaw 49, with 24th-place starter, and reigning series champion Mike Rowe of Turner rounding out the top five in his new ride, a team car to his son’s winning Richard Moody Racing, Hancock Lumber-sponsored car.

Mike Hopkins of Hermon, Adam Polvinen of Auburn, Glen Luce of Turner, Dave Farrington, Jr. of Jay and McKeage rounded out the top ten. Shaw, McKeage, Dragon and Matt Matheson of Oromocto, New Brunswick won Super Late Model heat races. Jeremy Davis of Tamworth, New Hampshire and Joey Doiron of Berwick took the last-chance consolation race qualifiers.

Bobby Therrien of Hinesburg, Vermont cruised to a comfortable victory in the Husqvarna 100 presented by Dave’s Small Engines for the American-Canadian Tour Late Models. Therrien started sixth, and had to get by reigning ACT Late Model Tour champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of Dover, New Hampshire to claim a race lead that he would not relinquish.

Steuben’s JR “Rockin” Robinson posted a career-high runner-up finish, holding off multi-time HP Hood Oxford 250 champion Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts through the closing laps and a couple of late-race restarts. MacDonald crossed the line in third position. Helliwell ended up with a fourth-place finish. Scott Dragon of Milton, Vermont filled out the top five.

Ryan Robbins of Dixfield, the 2015 OPS Mods champion, turned back the challenges of the touring series invaders in the 40-lap PASS Modified main event. Robbins grabbed the lead from popular Westbrook racer Matty Sanborn, who was soon sidelined by mechanical woes.

Multi-time PASS Mods champion Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire challenged Robbins in the late stages of the race, finishing second. Robbins and Shaw were joined on the podium by North Waterboro veteran Billy Dixon, who prevailed in a three-car battle for the spot, ahead of Evan Armington of Lovell and New Gloucester’s Ben Tinker. Sanborn and Robbins won the heat races.

Trevor Sanborn of East Parsonsfield was triumphant in the 25-lap Legends Cars main event. The winner’s semi-teammate, 13-year-old Austin Teras of Windham, led much of the race before settling for runner-up honors. Jarrett Butcher of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia nailed down a third-place finish in front of Buckfield’s Chris Burgess and Peter Craig of Poland. Teras and Burgess won heat races.

Drivers from seven different states and five Canadian Provinces participated in the giant, opening day racing program.

For more information call (207) 539-8865 or visit
Results from the April 17, 2016 stock car racing card at Oxford Plains Speedway; Oxford, Maine, showing finishing order, car number, driver’s name, driver’s hometown:
Photos by Norm Marx

Speedway Homes 150 for Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models (150 laps, unofficial) 1 4 Ben Rowe, Turner; 2 60 DJ Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 3 54 Johnny Clark, Farmingdale; 4 49 Brent Dragon, Colchester, VT; 5 24 Mike Rowe, Turner; 6 15 Mike Hopkins, Hermon; 7 73 Adam Polvinen, Auburn; 8 7 Glen Luce, Turner; 9 23 Dave Farrington, Jr., Jay; 10 40 Dan McKeage, Gorham; 11 94 Shawn Martin, Turner; 12 37 Larry Gelinas, Bxuton; 13 96 Wyatt Alexander, Ellsworth; 14 73 Joey Doiron, Berwick; 15 41 Tracy Gordon, Strong; 16 48 Bobby Timmons, Windham; 17 94 Garrett Hall, Scarborough; 18 12 Derek Griffith, Hudson, NH; 19 2 Matt Matheson, Oromocto, NB; 20 44 Don Colpritt, Jr., Scarborough; 21 22 Scott Farington; 22 7 Travis Benjamin, Morrill; 23 00 Bryan Kruczek, Newmarket, NH; 24 2 Nick Cusack, Scarborough; 25 20 Michael Landry; Oakland; 26 42 Corey Bubar, Windham; 27 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield; 28 75 Gary Smith, Bangor; 29 84 Scott Mulkern, Falmouth; 30 53 Cole Butcher, Dartmouth, NS; 31 21 David Oliver, Standish; 32 1x Todd Stone, Middlebury, VT; 33 36 Scott Robbins, Dixfield; 34 60 Tim Brackett, Buckfield; 35 09 Jeremy Davis, Tamowrth, NH.

Husqvarna 100 presented by Dave’s Small Engines of Oxford and Cumberland American-Canadian Tour Late Model (100 laps, unofficial) 1 5 Bobby Therrien, Hinesburg, VT; 2 28 Rowland Robinson, Jr., Steuben; 3 17 Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, MA; 4 27 Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Dover, NH; 5 16 Scott Dragon, Milton, VT; 6 58 Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown, VT; 7 78 Quinny Welch, Lancaster, NH; 8 93 Raymond Christian, Norwich, CT; 9 15 Brad Babb, Windham; 10 4 Brandon Atkins, AuSable Forks, NY; 11 40 Nick Sweet, Barre, VT; 12 5 Dillon Moltz, Waterford, CT; 13 9 Emily Packard, East Montpelier, VT; 14 9 Kyle Welch, Newport, NH; 15 1 Corey Mason, Groveton, NH; 16 30 Rich Dubeau, Lebanon, NH; 17 12 Bobby Pelland, Cranston, RI; 18 49 Matt Anderson, Franklin, NH; 19 37 Scott Payea, Milton, VT; 20 04 Shawn Swallow, Stark, NH; 21 11 Claude Leclerc, Lanoraie, QC; 22 19 Dany Trepanier, St.Edouard, QC; 23 54 Mike Ziter, Barre, VT; 24 22 Mark Jenison, Warwick, RI; 25 21 Oren Remick, Warner, NH; 26 61 Ryan Olsen, North Haverhill, NH; 27 10 Bryan Mason, Stark, NH; 28 82 Mark Hudson, Norton, MA; 29 1 Devin O’Connell, Madison, CT; 30 41 Jonathan Bouvrette, Blainville, QC; 31 13 Boomer Morris, Barre, VT; 32 0 Miles Chipman, Nottingham, NH; 33 23 Dave Farington, Jr., Jay.

PASS Mods (40 laps, unofficial) 1 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 2 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 3 33 Billy Dixon, North Waterboro; 4 9 Evan Armington, Lovell; 5 19 Ben Tinker, New Gloucester; 6 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester; 7 21 Mike Carignan, Lebanon; 8 60 Dana Reed, Shapleigh; 9 25 Bruce Helmuth, Wales; 10 6 Tommy Ricker, Poland; 11 64 Matty Sanborn, Westbrook; 12 66 Tony Ricci, Westbrook; 13 4 Nik Coates, Turner.


INEX Legends Cars (25 laps, unofficial) 1 129 Trevor Sanborn, East Parsonsfield; 2 29 Austin Teras, Windham; 3 53 Jarrett Butcher, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; 4 47 Chris Burgess, Buckfield; 5 4 Peter Craig, Poland; 6 48 Waylon Farrell, St. Johns, Newfoundland; 7 27 Roger Edgecomb, Hiram; 8 17 Jake Johnson, Rehoboth, MA; 9 3 Justin Stacey, Hiram; 10 7 Kayla King, Buxton; 11 21 Mike Humphrey, Cornish; 12 80 Dylan Varney, Windham; 13 18 Parker Varney, Windham.
The 43rd Annual

August 26-28, 2016
HP Hood Comes On Board
To Become Title Sponsor Of
43rd Annual Oxford 250

29 Drivers Already Entered For August’s
HP Hood Oxford 250
| Entries Received - Oxford 250 - 8-28 |
| LAP BOARD - 2016 Oxford 250 |
NAPLES, ME (April 4) - Oxford Plains Speedway owner and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry announced today that Massachusetts-based HP Hood Company will be the title sponsor for the 43rd Annual Oxford 250. The 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 will take place on August 26-28 at Oxford Plains Speedway and will pit the best short track racers in North America against one another, with over $25,000 going to the winner.

"This is a great day for the Oxford 250 and for all the race fans of Maine," said Oxford Plains Speedway's Tom Mayberry. "HP Hood is a company all of us in Maine are proud of and they have stepped up in a big way with their support of this year's 250. It's a natural partnership that will see the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 continue to grow as one of the premier events in all of short track racing."

For more than 160 years, the name Hood(r) has been synonymous with fresh, quality dairy products that taste great. Founded in 1846 in Charlestown, Massachusetts by Harvey Perley Hood, the company has since extended its New England roots, and today Hood is a national company distributing dairy products throughout the United States. In fact, HP Hood LLC is now one of the country's largest branded dairy operators with 13 manufacturing plants throughout the United States. The company also maintains its own research and development operation, which supports the superior product quality and innovation that Hood customers have come to expect.

"Everybody in New England is familiar with HP Hood and the Oxford 250, so it seemed like a perfect fit to team up and make a great new partnership," said Chris Ross Vice-President of Marketing, HP Hood Company. "We have a manufacturing facility in Portland, ME, that's part of our core business, and we have a lot of employees and fans that will be joining us for this year's HP Hood Oxford 250."

Drivers from across North America are already entering the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 and this year's event looks to be one of the biggest in recent memory, with 29 stars already filing entries. The 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 will take place on Sunday, August 28, with $25,000 going to the winner, plus $25,000 in additional lap leader money. The current entry list is led by former HP Hood Oxford 250 winners, Travis Benjamin, Mike and Ben Rowe, Joey Polewarczyk, Glen Luce, 6-time PASS North champion, Johnny Clark, and 2015 PASS South champion, Tate Fogleman, and former PASS National Champions, Joey Doiron and Tate Fogleman.

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.
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The 2016 Season is fast approaching with the opening date set for Sunday, April 17th as the Pro All Stars Series and the American Canadian Tour will once again kick off the season with a doubleheader event. The Pro All Stars Series will be in action at Oxford Plains Speedway 5 times in 2016 including a non-winners race on Sunday, July 3rd. The American Canadian Tour is set to make 2 trips to the 3/8 mile track in 2016 including an appearance on Saturday night of the 43rd Annual Oxford 250 weekend.

The Budweiser Championship Series is set to host some great racing again this year with Super Late Models, Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, Bandits, and Wood Pellet Warehouse Figure 8's all racing on a weekly basis with the series. Defending Super Late Model Champion Tim Brackett is set to chase another championship in the division as he displayed this year's retro paint scheme at the North East Motor Sports Expo in Augusta. After several years of success in the Street Stock division, the 2015 Street Stock Champion Josh Childs will make the jump to Super Late Model competition this year; Childs clinched the Championship by just 11 points over runner up Zack Emerson. Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock Competitor Calvin Rose, Jr. is geared up for another season of Street Stock competition. Rose finished 3rd in points in 2015, and also scored his first win in the division.

After the return of the Figure 8 racing to Oxford Plains Speedway in 2015, the division looks to add to its car count in this year. Hall of Famer Jon Lizotte has his car ready for competition in the Figure 8 Division. Lizotte climbed in standings for most all time wins this year as he passed David Smith and is now second to Mike Rowe.

The Bandits hosted fields of cars in the high 20's throughout the year and have proven it to be the most affordable way to be a part of the action and excitement in the Budweiser Championship Series.

The NAPA Acceleration Series is also looking to grow in car count again this year. Defending Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Ladies Champion Shelby Shurtleff is set to defend the title this year. Ajay Cates will be in action this year in the Sport Truck Division along with other tough competitors such as the 2015 Champion Mark Grantham. The Rebels hosted a car count of 20 plus cars a week last year with great racing every week, with Dustin Salley battling his way to a championship. The Outlaws look to pick up several new drivers this year. Jeff Moon has already filed a license for the division this year, and rumor has it that runner-up in Rebel points, Cam Childs, also has plans to move into the division this year. The Cruiser division will also be in action again this year as that division's car count grew tremendously throughout the year putting on wild and exciting racing every week.

2016 Date Announced
For The 43rd Annual
HP Hood Oxford 250
OXFORD, ME - Following the huge success of this year's Oxford 250, Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry announced today the date for the 2016 event. The richest single day short track racing event in North America will continue once again on the same weekend and be held August 26 - 28, 2016. The 43rd Annual Oxford 250 will again pay $25,000 to the winner and will be a Pro All Stars Series (PASS) sanctioned, "open" Super Late Model event, with qualifying heat races and feature racing for the PASS Super Late Models on August 28 and will continue the single day tradition that has made this race famous.

The 2015 Oxford 250 saw droves of race fans from the United States and Canada and over 70 Super Late Models, making this one of the most successful editions of the venerable race in over a decade. Glen Luce of Turner, ME captured the checkered flag and took home $30,100 for his winning efforts.

"This year's race was a great event and once again proved that the Oxford 250 is one of the premier events in all of short track racing," said Mayberry. "But despite that success, our team at Oxford Plains Speedway began planning and working for next year's race the day after Glen Luce took the checkered flag in this year's Oxford 250. The race still has room to grow and we plan on it being even bigger and better next year."

In addition to three nights of racing action surrounding the Oxford 250, plans are already in place to continue the "Night Before The 250" bonfire and concert, further enhancing the festive fan experience leading up to the big race. A full schedule of events and support divisions for the 43rd Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway will be announced in the near future.

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