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SIGN DEPOT COLOSSAL CARNAGE 150
 GOES RAIN OR SHINE!
$7,000 TO THE WINNER!!!
The first ever $7,000 to win, Sign Depot Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro will go green at 1:30pm on Sunday, April 27th at Oxford Plains Speedway! The event is scheduled to feature a large amount of four and six cylinder car, trucks and mini-vans. The event will be held rain or shine, and every race team MUST have their own scorer! The pits will open at 7am, and the grandstands will open up at 11am. Pit passes are $25 per person, and grandstand fees are $15 for adults, seniors and military personnel tickets are $13, juniors are $5, and there is a family pack for 2 adults and 2 juniors for just $30. All basic things you need to know about the Sign Depot Colossal Carnage 150 can be found under the Colossal Carnage web section HERE.
SIGN DEPOT COLOSSAL CARNAGE ENTRY BLANKS
If you have not pre-entered the Sign Depot Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro, we highly recommend that you download the registration form and have it filled out prior to coming to the track on the day of the event. Form can be found HERE.

CASSIUS CLARK READY TO DEFEND
PASS NORTH SLM TITLE
Farmington, Maine’s, Cassius Clark is all set to start his 2014 PASS North Super Late Model title defense this coming Saturday, April 26th at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford Maine. The defending champion will once again be aboard the potent #77 Super Late Model owned by Corey Hight, and sponsored by Hight Chevrolet, Buick, GMC.

Clark won his first PASS SLM championship in 2013, and he did it with consistent finishes all season long. In twelve starts last season, he carried the checkered flag twice, had nine top five finishes, and eleven top tens. His consistency allowed him to edge out runner-up Joey Doiron by a mere four points, and third place finisher, DJ Shaw, by just five points. Travis Benjamin finished fourth, just eight-eight points back, while Ben Rowe rounded out the top five. The top four racers in points collected nine of the twelve feature event wins.

2014 looks to be an outstanding season for PASS as several veteran teams, and newcomers will be challenging for the title. Two such veteran campaigners are multi-time champions Johnny Clark and Ben Rowe. Both of these racers were held winless in 2013, and have spent the entire offseason upgrading their racers for 2014. They both are very excited about the upcoming race season, and have high hopes of climbing back to the top of the pack and challenging for the coveted championship title.

The PASS Mods will see Scott Alexander try to defend his title against many cagey veterans, and a slew of newcomers. Expect this title battle to go down to the wire in 2014. The PASS Sportsman will kick off their season as well, and there just might be a new champion crowned as 2013 champ Cary Martin has hinted that something else may be in his plans for this season.

The PASS North Series opens up Saturday, April 26th at Oxford Plains Speedway with a post time of 2pm. There will be an open practice for all PASS divisions and NELCAR Legends on Friday, April 25th from 1-6pm, pits open at 11am. Oxford Plains Speedway is located on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine. For more information call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865.

4/17/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
OPEN PASS & NELCAR LEGENDS
PRACTICE FRIDAY, APRIL 25TH
There will be an open practice session the day before the season opening PASS event on Friday, April 25th, from 1-6pm. Pit gates will open at 11am. This practice is for all PASS divisions and NELCAR Legend Cars only. The general admission grandstands will be open for fans to enjoy for this event. Grandstands will be open at noon and are free of charge for race fans.
The Crazy Horse Racing parts trailer will be on the grounds for both practice days, Saturday, April 19th, and Friday, April 25th. They will have parts for racers in just about all divisions. You may gladly contact them ahead of time if you need any special orders and they will bring them to the track for you. Their phone number is 207-739-2442. Crazy Horse Racing will be selling race parts all season long here at OPS.  www.crazyhorseracingparts.com
Holy cow it’s almost here! The season opener at Oxford Plains Speedway is scheduled to go green on Saturday, April 26th at 2pm. The Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 for PASS Super Late Models will kick off the PASS North season. All the big names will be in town including 2013 PASS North Series champion Cassius Clark in the Hight Chevrolet machine as he looks to become a two time PASS champion. Also on the card will be the PASS Mods, with defending champ Scott Alexander looking for a repeat of last year. The PASS Sportsman will see a new champion being crowned in 2014 as Carey Martin has other plans for 2014 and is not scheduled to compete in this class leaving the division wide open for many top teams. The NELCAR Legends will also be in action. The pits open at 8am, and the grandstands open at noon. Ticket prices are $20 for adults, seniors and military personnel tickets are $18, juniors are $5. Pit passes are $40.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT
THE SIGN DEPOT COLOSSAL CARNAGE 150
FLAGS - The Enduro basically has just three flags that the flagman will use during the event.
Green – The flag which will be waved to start the event at the beginning of the race, and subsequently for each time the race needs to be restarted.
Red – This flag will be waved when there is a major incident on the Speedway. Red flags will only be thrown in the case of a fire, a hard wreck, a flipping car, or a car stalled in a dangerous position with the driver’s side door showing towards the field. When the red flag is waved you must come to a complete halt as quick and as safely as possible.
Black – This is the consultation flag and you must go to the pit immediately if this is waved at you. This flag is waved for an inappropriate act on the track, intentionally wrecking someone, or it could just be for a dangerous mechanical problem on your car.
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WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE ALLOWED IN THE PITS?
The minimum age allowed in the pits is 10 years old. If your child is not at least ten years of age, please do not ask to bring them in!! Regardless of age, everyone entering the pits must sign in, and pay the $25 fee. However, if your child is seen unattended, then the child may be forced to sit in the grandstands. The pit area is a very hectic place and we do not want any accidents of any kind in the pits. Everyone under the age of 18 must sign a minor release form.

CAN I ENTER MY CAR ON DAY OF RACE?
Yes you can enter right up until ½ hour before post time which is 1:30pm.

EVERY CAR NEEDS A SCORER!!!

ITEMS A SCORER NEEDS AND MUST BRING WITH THEM
We highly encourage all scorers to bring a clipboard with the number of the car that they are scoring on the back written with a bright colored marker so that it is easy to spot. Each scorer needs to bring numerous pencils to score with.

WHAT DOES A SCORER DO?
We clock score this race which means your scorer must write down the number on the clock every time you cross the start finish line. This is a very important job, and requires someone that has a good attention span. The scorers must sit in the grandstands in a special scoring area. Only scorers, no children, boyfriends, husbands, wives, etc. will be allowed in the scoring area, so please plan accordingly.

HOW IMPORTANT IS A GOOD SCORER?
Your scorer is your lifeline! If your scorer makes a mistake, or has doctored your score sheet, they are responsible, not us. Example: Even if we know that you won the race, but your score sheet is off, you will not be declared the winner. Make sure you have a competent scorer!!

THERE WILL BE A MANDAORY SCORERS MEETING
There will be a mandatory scorers meeting in the grandstands prior to the event. This meeting will be held at 12pm, (noon) sharp. Attendance will be taken by car number. Instructions will be given at the meeting.

NO SCORER, NO RACE!

SCORING CHEATERS ARE EASY TO BE CAUGHT!
We fortunately have one of the best Enduro scorers that will be found anywhere in the country. Val can detect a cheating score sheet a mile away. HINT, HINT. If your car is scored doing 18 seconds every lap, then you are cheating. We keep track of when cars go in and out of the pits so that we can score as well. If we find that a certain cars scorecard is not quite right, we will start scoring that car in the tower.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SIGN OVER YOUR CAR TO TRACK!
You don’t have to sign your car over to the race track. However, your car must be off the grounds within 24 hours unless you have made plans with Track management.

ENTRY FEES
Entry fee for the event is now $75. Your entry fee does not include your $25 pit fee which will be paid upon entry into the pit area on the day of the event. You may pre-enter to secure your car number. The only way to secure the number you want is to pre-enter the event. This can be done by stopping into the OPS office, or phone in your entry and pay by credit card, check or cash. If the number on your car has already been taken, then you will be asked to change your number for the race. No duplicate numbers will be allowed. Numbers on race day will be issued on a first come, first serve basis by the registration team.

PITS WILL OPEN AT 7AM ON RACEDAY
The pit area will open at 7am on race day. The pit price is $25 per person. We will have parking attendants for this event and you must follow their instructions.
If you have any questions contact Dick Therrien at 207-539-8865, or e-mail opsdick@myfairpoint.net.
JAR RACING PHOTOGRAPHY TO
SPONSOR 2014 GO-KART SERIES
Oxford Plains Speedway General Manager, Dick Therrien is pleased to announce that JAR Racing Photography will be the title sponsor for the 2014 Go-Kart racing season. JAR Racing Photography is owned and operated by Jeff and Trudy Marshall from Jay, Maine. Trudy Marshall is better known as Trackside Trudy on Wednesday and Friday race nights as she does driver interviews, and is the Official OPS Track Photographer. www.jarracingphotography.com

“I am very pleased to have Jeff and Trudy on Board with us for 2014, stated Therrien. I am looking forward to the return of Go-Kart racing back here at Oxford, and we need great people like JAR Racing Photography to help make this program work. This is a great way to get youth involved in this sport, and we look forward to making this partnership grow. I am very happy to welcome them aboard.”

For more information on the Go-Kart racing here at Oxford Plains Speedway, please visit the Karts Page HERE, or call the Track office at 207-539-8865. Oxford Plains Speedway is located on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine.
BUDWEISER OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
KICKS OFF MAY 2ND
The Budweiser Oxford Championship Series gets underway on Friday, May 2nd at 7:30pm. The Norway Savings Bank Night will feature the Budweiser Pro Late Models, Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, and Mini-Cups Cars in their first point counting event. TJ Brackett will be defending his 2013 Pro Late Model championship against one of the largest Pro Late Model fields in several years. It looks to be a great season here at Oxford.

SIGN DEPOT / TROPHY DEPOT TO SPONSOR
Oxford Plains Speedway is pleased to announce a new Marketing Partner on board for the 2014 racing season. The Sign Depot / Trophy Depot of St. Johnsbury, Vermont will be the sponsor of the giant $7,000 to win, Colossal Carnage 150, scheduled for Sunday, April 27th at 1:30pm.

The Sign Depot and the Trophy Depot are located on Route 5 at the St. Johnsbury, Lyndonville, town line. They are the Northeast Kingdoms largest and busiest sign designer and award making company. The Sign Depot specializes in signs of all kinds, including businesses, private individual, and vehicle lettering. The Sign Depot also offers great pricing on racecar lettering, and numbers. The Trophy Depot offers trophies and awards for any occasion. They can specially design whatever you need, and their prices are second to none. Whether it is signs, trophies, plaques, ribbons or more, think of the Sign Depot / Trophy Depot from St. Johnsbury, Vermont.

The Sign Depot / Trophy Depot are open from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday, and weekend hours are available by appointment. Paul and Amanda can be reached at 802-626-0990, or you can e-mail them at www.signdepotofvt.com. They will ship anywhere in the continental United States.

The $7,000 to win, Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro is a keep you on the edge of your seat event. It will basically be street cars with the windows knocked out, and a few safety modifications added to the vehicles. There are no yellow flags in this event, as only the green, red, black and checkered flags will be waved. The pits will open at 7am, and tech will follow at 7:15am. Post time is 1:30pm. EVENT INFO PAGE

For more information on the Sign Depot / Trophy Depot Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro and any other 2014 Oxford Plains Speedway event, call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865.

4/5/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
NEW BANDIT DIVISION RULES POSTED
Oxford Plains Speedway is pleased to announce the birth of the new Bandit division for four cylinder cars. This entry level division will compete periodically on Friday night’s of the Budweiser, Oxford Championship Series. This division is basically a bone stock class and will hold strict to the rules and inspections. This novice class will allow only drivers that haven’t competed in the Outlaw / Outlaw Sportsman class, Street Stocks, Late Models, Pro Late Models / Super Late Models divisions that are equivalent to these. Eligible drivers include Runnin’ Rebels, Sport Trucks, Cruisers, and Ladies, and former Mini Stock drivers, however you must have a different car than what you would race for on the Oxford Acceleration Series. You may now register for this division to secure your number. License fee is just $25.
 ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT:
PAUL JOHNSON 207-318-3850 AFTER 5PM
BANDIT FOUR CYLINDER RULES PDF
BANDIT DIVISION PURSE ANNOUNCED
The purse for the new Bandit division has been announced. The winners share will be $100, 2nd $75, 3rd $50, 4th $40, 5th $35, 6th $30, 7th $25, 8th $20, 9th $20, 10th $20, 11th on back $15.
STILL LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER
WORKERS FOR GO-KARTS
We are still looking for volunteers and workers for our Go-Kart program. If you are interested in participating, please contact Dick Therrien at 802-274-8823. We are looking for corner workers, lineup people, sign in people, etc. Come join the fun at OPS!
OPS SECURES BEVERAGE SALES PERMIT
The Oxford Select board approved the 2014 Polly’s Pit Stop license to sell beer in the grandstands for 2014. There will be a significant change for 2014 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.
WHITED MOTORHOME, RV & AUTO CENTER TEAMS UP WITH OPS
Whited Motorhome, RV and Auto Center, located at 2160 Hotel Road in Auburn, Maine has signed on to be a major sponsor here at Oxford Plains Speedway. The organization will be sponsoring a Wednesday Oxford Acceleration Series night as well as an Oxford Championship Series night. This is another fine addition to our marketing partners list. www.whitedrv.com
GREAT SELECTION of EVENTS at OPS for 2014
The management team at OPS has worked very hard in the off season securing sponsorships and setting up one of the most aggressive schedules in the Northeast. The group has something on the schedule that is sure to satisfy every type of race fan.

Of course, the Northeast’s most favorite touring Series, the PASS organization is back in force for 2014. They will be entertaining us a minimum of three times this season. The PASS Mods, PASS Sportsman and the all new PASS Northeast Late Model Series are sure to be crowd pleasers. The $7,000 to win, Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro will be a highly entertaining event on April 27th.

May is full of excitement as we kick off the 2014 OCS Series. With close to thirty-five Budweiser Pro Late Models registered already, and the support divisions starting to fill in nicely, it’s sure provide awesome weekly racing. We are proud to have the American Legion joining us for the Memorial Day weekend event for the first time as well.

June will see some major events as the Wednesday night OAS Series kicks off on June 11th at 7pm. The NAPA Auto Parts Show, Shine, and Drag takes place on Father’s Day, June 15th. Friday, June 20th will feature the Bentley Warren ISMA Classic for the wild winged ISMA Supermodifieds.

On July 3rd, Ripley and Fletcher Ford will host the 4th of July Spectacular which includes a giant fireworks display. Friday, July 18th starts off the biggest weekend of the year at Oxford Plains Speedway, the Oxford 250 Weekend. PASS Mods and PASS Sportsman along with several other classes kick off the weekend for Sun Journal Newspaper night. Then on Saturday the 19th, our great supporter, Dunkin’ Donuts provides us with an unbelievable night of racing featuring the winged NEMA Midgets and NEMA Lites. The $4,000 to win Northeast Late Model Series will be hosting Race #2, a 125 lap main event. Also on the card will be the Northeast Classic Lite Dwarf Cars, Wicked Good Vintage Racers, Outlaw Sportsman and Street Stocks. Then on Sunday, July 20th, the granddaddy of them all, The Oxford 250. 250 green flag laps for Super Late Models plus a $1,000 to win event for the PASS Mods, a 50 lap national championship event for the NELCAR Legends, Street Stocks and the brand new Maine Outlaw Sportsman will be on hand.

In August its Monster Truck Throw Down #2, presented by O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on August 16th and 17th. This year’s edition will feature a Monster Truck attempting to complete a full back-flip.

September will feature the PASS Championship Fall Foliage Special on September 26th and 27th, and finally the racing season will come to an end with the 2nd Annual Armageddon of Destruction on Saturday, October 11th.

Tom Mayberry’s 2nd Annual Automotive Swap Meet and Flea Market will be held throughout the weekend of October 24-26.
STILL TIME TO GET YOUR BUSINESS INVOLVED
There is still time to become a marketing partner here at Oxford Plains Speedway. We have openings for nightly sponsorships, divisional sponsorships, Go-Kart sponsorship, and special event sponsors, as well as program ad sponsors. Prices begin as low as $350, and we do offer payment plans. Contact Dick Therrien at 802-274-8823, or e-mail him at opsdick@myfairpoint.net.

BANDIT FOUR CYLINDER RULES ARE NOW POSTED
 ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT:
PAUL JOHNSON 207-318-3850 AFTER 5PM
BANDIT FOUR CYLINDER RULES PDF

OXFORD 250 WEEKEND, A TREAT SURE
TO PLEASE ANY RACE FAN'S APPETITE
The 41st edition of the Oxford 250 in Oxford, Maine is sure to please the spirits of any and all race fans, young or old! The weekend of July 18th through the 20th has got a diet of exciting events, many of which have never been included in the giant three day weekend.

The weekend kicks off with Sun Journal Night on Friday, July 18th at 7:30pm. The card will feature the ever popular PASS Mods and PASS Sportsman. Joining these two high powered divisions will be the Street Stocks, Outlaws, Sport Trucks, Ladies, Runnin’ Rebels and the all new six cylinder Cruiser division. This opening night will surely get the race fan pumped with excitement about the rest of the weekend.

Night number two, Dunkin’ Donuts Night, on Saturday, July 19th will be the biggest Oxford 250 preliminary night in the history of the Speedway. The card will be filled with top billing events all night long! Five distinctly different classes will be in town that never has competed on Oxford 250 weekend. They include the ground pounding NEMA Midgets and their sister class, the NEMA Lites. These mighty miniature winged warriors will turn unbelievable speeds on the 3/8 mile Speedway. Joining them will be the Northeast Classic Lite Dwarf Cars from Southern, New Hampshire. These motorcycle engine propelled beasts will keep you on the edge of your seats with their three and four wide racing. For the first time ever, the Wicked Good Vintage Racing Group will compete on Oxford 250 weekend. These vintage racecars put on a whale of a show, and with these competitors, it is full contact racing. You veteran fans will certainly enjoy the nostalgia of the ‘57 Chevys, ‘56 Fords, Studebakers, Chryslers and more. Also on the card will be Outlaw Sportsman and Street Stocks. The night will wrap up with a $4,000 to win, PASS Northeast Late Model Series, 125 lap main event. This event is Round #2 of the newly formed PASS Series. Some of the Northeast’s biggest Late Model names will be in competition. Post time will be 6pm.

Day three will feature the 41st edition of the “Greatest one day racing event in America” the Oxford 250. 250 green flag laps for the Super Late Models featuring cars from the Northeast, Canada and the Southern United States. The Oxford 250 will be a PASS National Championship event, and last year’s return to Super Late Model racing turned out to be one of the best races in forty years of the event. Travis Benjamin made a wild, three wide pass, splitting between lapped cars with one of the boldest moves ever seen. Benjamin held off hard charges by Joey Doiron, Scott Mulkern and Cassius Clark to add his name to the Oxford 250 victory lane history books. Joining the Super Late Models will be the PASS Modifieds running for the second time this weekend, but this time they will be racing for $1,000 to win. Also on the card will be the brand new Maine Outlaw Series racing for 50 laps, plus a 50 lap NELCAR Legends National Championship event, and our own Street Stocks. Qualifying begins at 2pm.

Tickets for the Oxford 250 weekend are now on sale and can be purchased online HERE for general admission, or by contacting the OPS office at
207-539-8865 for reserved seats.   SEATING CHART Office hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 3pm.

3/19/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES

HOLY COW!!  WE HAVE 31 BUDWEISER
PRO LATE MODELS SIGNED UP FOR 2014
There is an explosion of growth in the Budweiser Pro Late Model division that races in our weekly Oxford Championship Series every Friday night here at OPS. This Pro Late Model class features cars that are very similar in rules with the PASS Super Late Models. The Pro Late Models took the place of regular Late Models in 2013. Numbers last year ran between twelve and eighteen cars per week. With opening day scheduled for Friday, May 2nd, thirty-one cars have already filed entry for the 2014 season, and there are several drivers that we are aware of that have yet to send in their paperwork. The announcement of $1,500 to win, and $300 to finish tenth that was made a while back, has drawn interest from a lot of race teams that had been stagnant for a while.
OXFORD 250 TICKETS ON SALE
Oxford 250 reserved seat tickets have been selling like hotcakes and now that the reserved seat sales are open for anybody to purchase and now is the time to order tickets for the giant three day event beginning on Friday, July 18th, and ending Sunday, July 20th with the 250 green flag lap, Oxford 250. To purchase your tickets you may go online HERE for general admission or call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865  for reserved seats.   SEATING CHART. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 3pm.
CASSIUS CLARK SET TO DEFEND
PASS NORTH TITLE
Defending 2013 PASS North champion, Cassius Clark is all set to defend his title as the 2014 season opener approaches. The season is set to get underway on Saturday, April 12th at 2pm. Clark used consistency to capture the title in 2013, and he now knows the secret formula to become a back to back champion is taking what the race will give you. The Hight Chevrolet team is well prepared to defend their title.
     
MONSTER TRUCK THROWDOWN
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
One of the biggest events that took place at Oxford Plains Speedway in 2013 was the Monster Truck Throwdown held last August. The giant show thrilled thousands of youngsters and adults as well as they put on a tremendous show for the two day event. Tickets are now on sale for the 2014 edition which will take place on Saturday and Sunday, August 16th and 17th, 2014.

A brand new event has been added to the shows schedule, one that will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat as one of these giant behemoths will attempt to do a back flip. This stunt is not always successful, but is a MUST SEE for Monster Truck lovers. To reserve your tickets you may go online HERE or call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 3pm.
  
ISMA SUPERMODIFIED RACE
PICKING UP STEAM
The return of the ISMA Super Modified Series sponsored by Locke Crane Service is gaining momentum as we speak. The Super Modified that was on display at the race shows we attended was a huge hit, and people constantly were asking questions, and gathering information about the event. The Bentley Warren ISMA Classic will be run on Friday, June 20, 2014. A solid field of these high powered, super fast, winged warriors will definitely be a thrill to any race fan. Joining the ISMA Super Modifieds will be the Budweiser Pro Late Models, the Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, Outlaw Sportsman and Mini-Cup Cars. Make sure you mark this one on your calendar.
DANIEL HEMRIC IS RED HOT IN PASS SOUTH SERIES, ENTERS OXFORD 250
Daniel Hemric from Kannapolis, North Carolina has started off the 2014 PASS South Super Late Model season with a pair of victories at Greenville-Pickens Speedway and at Dillon Motor Speedway, has thrown his hat into the Oxford 250 battle ring. Winning back to back races is not easy to do in any Series, but to do it in the highly competitive PASS South Series is quite an accomplishment in itself. Hemric will be leading a strong contingent of Southern drivers to Oxford Plains Speedway.

OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
GO-KART REGISTRATION FORM
 NOW AVAILABLE ON LINE
All you OPS Go-Kart racers can now register for your license and register your number for the 2014 race season. License fees for each division are just $10, and all Mini-Cup licenses are $25. Numbers will be issued on a first come, first serve basis, and no duplicate numbers will be allowed within each division. Forms are now available on the website.
2014 OPS Go Kart License Form
GO-KARTS RULES POSTED
The new 2014 Go-Kart rules have been posted on our website at www.oxfordplains .com. We are looking for sponsors to help get this program off the ground. If your business has interest, please contact Dick Therrien at 802-274-8823 0r e-mail him at opsdick@myfairpoint.net. We are also looking for volunteer help to work on race days, corner people, lineup person, flagger, etc. Same contact info for more information. We have set our schedule so that it does not interfere with other karting tracks in the area. This is hopefully done to benefit all parties.
2014 OPS Go Kart Rules PDF
NOTE: Revised 3/13 - Jr. Box Stock & Snell Helmet Rating
NOT HEARING MUCH FROM
MINI CUP RACERS
The Mini Cup Cars gang has been quiet for a while now. We hope to start hearing from you guys and gals very soon. Please contact us and let us know your intentions. We know our meetings were well attended, and we want to make sure that the enthusiasm is continuing!
  
2014 NAPA SHOW, SHINE & DRAG
SET FOR FATHER’S DAY
The 2nd annual Show, Shine and Drag sponsored in 2014 by NAPA Auto Parts, is all set to go on Sunday, June 15th, 2014, which is Father’s Day. The event will run from 9am until at least 4pm and will feature some super interesting events. On display will be Classic and Muscle Cars, Motorcycles, Snow Machines, One lung engines, Antique Tractors and a whole lot more. The highlight of the day will be the NAPA “Best of Show Award” which will be presented to the top vehicle in the show. This award will be voted on by all the people displaying a vehicle. There will be vendors as well as lots of great food, beverage and music to keep you entertained throughout the event. Also you won’t want to miss the drag racing exhibition that will be presented throughout the day. Mark this one on your calendar, Sunday, June 15th for the NAPA Show, Shine & Drag event. General admission is just $5 for the entire day!
“DOWN PIT ROAD” TO START AIRING
MONDAY, APRIL 7TH on WOXO, 92.7 FM
"Down Pit Road" hosted by Dick Therrien will begin airing every Monday night at 6pm beginning on April 7th. The show will offer information about OPS, PASS, Sprint Cup and more. There will be results, interviews and updates every Monday night. Tune in to the fastest half hour in motorsports, post time for the show will be 6pm. The show will air on WOXO, 92.7FM. If your business is interested in advertising, contact Joanie at WOXO.

DON'T LET YOUR BUSINESS MISS OUT ON A GREAT ADVERTISING DEAL. PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR WEEKLY PROGRAM!
CALL DICK THERRIEN AT 207-539-8865, OR E-MAIL HIM AT opsdick@myfairpoint.net, AND FIND OUT JUST HOW AFFORDABLE ADVERTISING CAN BE AT OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY!!

NOW POSTED:
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2014 Tire Information

for Pro Late Models, Street Stocks, Outlaw Sportsman, & Outlaws
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ENTRIES CONTINUE TO ROLL IN FOR 250
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry is extremely pleased with the number of pre-entries for the 2014 edition of the 41st running of the Oxford 250 slated to go green on Sunday, July 20, 2014.

“It appears that interest is at an all time high for the 250 this year exclaimed Mayberry. It’s only early March and we have thirty drivers from the Northeast, Canada and North Carolina already pre-registered for one of the most heralded Super Late Model races in the country! The competition for this event just keeps getting better.”

Oxford 250 Entries Received PDF  

Some of the latest entries received come from such notables as Daniel Hemric from Kannapolis, North Carolina. Hemric is coming off a big win at the PASS South opener at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Easley, South Carolina. Hemric finished 9th in 2013. Joining Hemric will be Pelham, New Hampshire’s Wayne Helliwell Jr. The two time and defending ACT champion and multi-time Lee USA Speedway Late Model champion will be doing a considerable amount of Super Late Model racing in 2014 and will be attempting to qualify for his first ever Super Late Model attempt at the Oxford 250. Helliwell has his eyes set for a solid finish if not a victory in 2014. Entry has been received from Vanna Brackett, the second member of the well known Brackett family that has raced at OPS for several years. Vanna will bring her Oxford experience to the 250, which includes a solid third place finish in the highly competitive Budweiser Pro Late Model in the weekly Oxford Championship Series in 2013. Vanna joins her father Tim Brackett as early entries. Curtis Gerry from Waterville, Maine has filed his entry for the 250. The Petit Motorsports team is a regular fixture on the PASS North Series. Kevin Roberge from Boischatel, Quebec, will bring his Habitations Danny Legace Inc. machine to the big dance this year. Roberge competed at numerous PASS events in 2013. Newcomer Tyler Dippel from Walkill, New York has thrown his hat into the ring of fire, as has PASS North competitor, Bryan Kruczek from New Market, New Hampshire. Thus far there are thirty drivers representing six states, and provinces of Quebec. The Oxford 250 is a PASS National event which means drivers from all over the country will be competing for a starting spot in the historic event.

Tickets for the Oxford 250 weekend are now on sale and can be purchased online HERE for general admission, or by contacting the OPS office at
207-539-8865 for reserved seats.   SEATING CHART

REVISED SPORT TRUCK RULES POSTED 
3-4-14 Revision
SPORT TRUCK RULES HAVE JUST BEEN UPDATED. PLEASE READ THEM AND USE THIS REVISED SET OF SPORT TRUCK RULES.

2/26/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
OPS & PASS SHINE AT RACIN’ PREVIEW
OPS and PASS displayed their beautiful racers this past weekend at the Racin’ Preview in Portland, Maine. Our booth won three awards, and easily could have won more. Gunnar Rowe’s immaculate Pro Late Model captured “Best of Show” honors, while Johnny Clark’s PASS Super Late Model was awarded the “Best SLM Award”. Newcomer Ajay Cates won “Best Mid-week Racecar Award” with his well prepared Oxford Acceleration Series Sport Truck. Other notable equipment in the OPS booth was the #29 Pro Late Model of Trevor Sanborn, the PASS Sportsman of Alex Lacognata, the NEMA Lite of Dan Cugini, the Go-Kart of Riley Corbridge, and the ISMA show car.

A big thank you to all the teams that supported the show, as it is greatly appreciated by Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS management.
CHARLIE & JAMIE ROCKWELL HEADED TO HAWAII!
Our new PASS Tech team of Charlie and Jamie Rockwell are headed to Hawaii in April! Lucky Jamie won the all expense paid trip through a contest on the internet. Jamie can be found quite often surfing the net, and she came across a contest and entered it. Before long she received a message stating that she had won a trip to Hawaii. Concerned about it being a scam, she waited patiently to hear more about it, and lo and behold it was on the up and up. Congrats you lucky people.

ANOTHER GENERATION OF THE
ROWE FAMILY SET TO TACKLE
OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY IN 2014
Hang onto your hats as another member of the legendary Rowe family will take to the 3/8 mile Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. Soon to be fourteen years old, Gunnar Rowe of Turner, Maine will be making his OPS racing debut on Friday, May 2, 2014 in the highly competitive Pro Late Model division.

Gunnar will kick off the season in a brand new, 2014 Pro Late Model built by family members with the support of Mike Lux, and Lux Enterprises. The young Rowe will turn fourteen on April 28th, just prior to the start of the season, and will be attempting to follow in the footsteps of his father Tommy Rowe, his uncle Ben Rowe and his legendary grandfather Mike Rowe. Gunnar understands that this season will be quite a learning process, but he feels that by mid-season he will have his driving skills honed well enough to be competing for the top ten and above.

The younger Rowe practiced a Pro Late Model earlier and if his times and smoothness behind the wheel are any indication, he may become a threat much earlier than he thinks. His father, Tommy Rowe will act as crew chief for the #24, and you can count on all the family to be there to offer support weekly. The support will be endless for the young man as he can count on advice from some of the best in the business including car owner Mike Lux.

Gunnar is a very quiet young man until you strap him into a racecar, and then he just explodes with enthusiasm and lets his driving skills do the talking for him. The Turner, Maine, Tripp Middle School eighth grader, had huge success and championships in Go-Karts and also competed in the Whiz Kids at Beech Ridge, and everyone is anticipating success as he moves up the ladder. This is another great example of today’s youth exploding onto the scene in the world of motorsports.

Gunnar understands he has some big shoes to fill in the sport of auto racing, but he is not worried about that at all, as he is going to improve at his own pace, and he is just proud to be part of the greatest racing family in Maine and beyond. This way of thinking is very mature, and just may be the perfect attitude for the next great “Rowe Racer.”

OXFORD & PASS WIN BIG
AT RACIN’ PREVIEW
Another Racin’ Preview Show has come and gone, and once again Oxford Plains Speedway and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) came away with several top awards for their display of racecars including “Best of Show”.

Once again the Steve Perry produced event brought much attention to the sport of auto racing as several tracks from Maine and New Hampshire showed off their wares for 2014. Oxford Plains Speedway and the PASS Tour had eight of their vehicles on display, and three of them took away top honors in their respective categories. The beautifully prepared PASS Tour racer of Johnny Clark took top honors as the “Best Appearing Super Late Model.” Clark completed his racer just in time for the show as he wrapped up the final touches on Friday afternoon. Ajay Cates scored the top spot as the “Best Appearing Mid-Week Racer.” Cates will be racing in the Wednesday night Oxford Acceleration Series as a rookie in the Sport Truck class. The beautifully prepared Pro Late Model of Gunnar Rowe captured “Best in Show” honors. This fourteen year old racer will be making his debut in a brand new Pro Late Model built by the Lux Enterprises family.

Other well built, and beautifully prepared equipment in the OPS booth was the #29 Pro Late Model of Trevor Sanborn, as well as a sweet looking Go-Kart driven this year by Riley Corbridge. Alex Lacognata’s PASS Sportsman was once again a real eye catcher, as was the ISMA Supermodified show car, and the NEMA Lite of Dan Cugini.

Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS would like to thank all the racers that supported the Racin’ Preview in our booth as well as all the race fans, families, and crews that supported the show.
 
 
 

MAINE AMERICAN LEGION POSTS
TEAM UP WITH
OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY FOR MEMORIAL DAY EVENT
Oxford Plains Speedway General Manager, Dick Therrien is proud to announce that Maine American Legion Posts and Oxford Plains Speedway will be teaming up together to support the Tracks Memorial Day weekend event on Friday,
May 23rd at 7:30pm.

“We are proud to be working with the American Legion, their Auxiliary, and the Sons of American Legion on this very important holiday weekend, stated Therrien. The American Legion does such great work for their respective communities and beyond, and we greatly appreciate all that they do. We are happy to have them with us, and they will be an integral part of the racing activities that night. I have been working with Bob Lavertu from the Oxford American Legion Post, and it has been very informative for myself, and will be for our race fans as well. The American Legion is very excited about being part of this great event.”


All American Legion members, Auxiliary and Sons will be admitted for half price, or $6 for the event. All members have to do is wear their American Legion cap, or show their membership card to receive their discount. The American Legion’s part will include an opening invocation, a color guard presentation, singing of the National Anthem, as well as explaining all about the American Legion and how they help veteran’s and the community.

Racing divisions for the night include, PASS Mods, Pro Late Models, Street Stocks and Outlaw Sportsman. For more information please visit the Track website at www.oxfordplains.com, or call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865. Oxford Plains Speedway is located on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine.

2/11/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR FIRST
GIANT SPONSORSHIP SIGN?
We welcome Applebee’s of Oxford / Norway to our proud list of sponsors for 2014 here at Oxford Plains Speedway. Applebee’s may be relatively new to the area, but they certainly have been busy. Applebee’s is the 2014 sponsor of the Super Fan Card, a punch card that will allow race fans to receive free general admission tickets during the race season. Every time you come to the races at OPS and purchase a general admission ticket, your Applebee’s card receives a punch. When you receive ten (10) punches on your card you will receive a ticket for a future Oxford Championship Series or Oxford Acceleration Series event.
LOOKS LIKE A GREAT SEASON
FOR OPS AND PASS
It looks like it could be a banner year for Oxford Plains Speedway and the PASS touring divisions in 2014. Several new faces will be invading OPS on Friday nights this year. New faces include Trevor Sanborn whom is planning to race on a regular basis. Trevor is an extremely talented racer and will be a welcome addition to the OPS weekly show. I talked to Gary Smith out Bangor, Maine this morning and it looks like he’ll be filing a license application for the Pro Late Models. Smith is awaiting the return of his chassis from Jeff Taylor’s shop where he has had many updates to his racer. There will also be many new faces in the PASS Mods, and PASS Sportsman this season as many new drivers have filed number requests.
LICENSE FORM REQUESTS HIGH FOR
PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
The talk of the Northeast appears to be the addition of the PASS Northeast Late Model Series. Right from the day it was announced, the buzz has been at an all time high. Interest has been strong throughout New England and Canada, and it looks like the three race series scheduled for June 13, July 19, and September 27th at Oxford Plains Speedway should be well attended by racers. The rules are designed to be similar in format to the old Getty Opens that were beloved to OPS many years ago. Just about any Late Model, Pro Stock, Super Street or Sportsman car from anywhere in the Northeast should be able to compete with minor changes. If you have any questions on the rules feel free to contact Charlie Rockwell at 802-754-2822.
OXFORD 250 LAPS ON SALE!
Laps for the Oxford 250 scheduled for July 20th ,2014 are now on sale for just $100 per lap. Contact Dick Therrien if you or your business would like to sponsor one or one hundred laps. He can be reached at 802-274-8823.
POLLY’S VARIETY TO OPERATE
OPS CONCESSIONS
Polly’s Variety in Oxford, Maine will once again be handling all the concession booths at OPS for the 2014 racing season. Dennis and Lisa Fournier do a great job of providing quality food at affordable prices. Polly’s Concessions will be featuring some delicious new items on the menu this year as we want our track food so good that you will want to eat at the track instead of elsewhere. Oxford Plains Speedway has always been known for quality food sales but since Polly’s has been here, their huge selection caters to everyone’s food likings. Welcome back Dennis and Lisa!

UPDATED COLOSSAL CARNAGE RULES
THERE HAVE BEEN A COUPLE OF CHANGES TO COLOSSAL CARNAGE 150 RULES, PLEASE REVIEW NEW RULES CAREFULLY
Updated Colossal Carnage Rules PDF
EVENT INFO PAGE & ENTRIES RECEIVED HERE

2/4/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
PROGRAM AD SPONSORSHIP NOW ON SALE
If your business is looking for a very affordable way to advertise, we have the perfect idea for you. Our weekly program which will be handed out FREE of charge on Wednesday and Friday nights is a great place for your business to advertise whether it is large or a small family owned enterprise. Contact the track office to discuss this opportunity as it costs very little, and offers a monthly payment plan to boot.
PRO LATE MODEL FIELD LOOKING SOLID IN 2014
The Budweiser Pro Late Model division at Oxford Plains Speedway is already showing some solid growth for the 2014 racing season. Almost twenty teams have pre-registered to compete on a weekly basis at the popular OPS venue. The Brackett family including TJ, Tim and Vanna are already to roll in 2014. TJ Brackett, the 2013 champion is very excited about defending his title. Several of the top challengers include Shawn Martin, Shane Green, Adam Polvinen, Eric Allyn, Chris Coolidge, Scott Farrington and a host of others. It will be a stellar rookie class with the likes of 2013 PASS Sportsman champion Carey Martin competing weekly. New Hampshire’s Quinney Welch will be on board as well as numerous other rookie competitors. A full roster will be presented in the very near future here on our website.
COLOSSAL CARNAGE 150 ENTRIES
CONTINUE TO POUR IN

$7,000 TO WIN ATTRACTING A LOT OF ATTENTION!
The first ever Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro is gaining momentum as we speak, as the giant $7,000 to win portion of the purse has everyone talking about building a car and entering. The four and six cylinder race will be held on Sunday, April 27th. One racer stated, “We are building a fleet of cars for the race. Right now we have six racers ready, and hope to have four more! We want that winner’s check real bad as that would fund our race program for the entire season.” To reserve your number(s) download the Colossal Carnage 150 form from our website and send in the entry fee. There will be no duplicate numbers so hurry and send yours in.
EVENT INFO PAGE & ENTRIES RECEIVED HERE
RUMORS!! RUMORS!! RUMORS!!
Damn I hate RUMORS!!!!!! Rumors many times are nothing more than uninformed people making comments that are spoken with no idea of the facts. If you have a question, feel free to contact me directly and I will give you the proper answer to the best of my ability. RUMOR OF THE DAY: RUMOR – at the Colossal Carnage 150 you have to sign your car over. THAT IS AN ABSOLUTE LIE!!!! You DO NOT have to sign your car over. The intent of this race is to have fun, and build racecars for future use here at the Speedway. We hope everyone that competes will get the bug and race several more times during the season. END OF RUMOR!!!!

ENTRIES POURING IN FOR OXFORD 250
Advanced Oxford 250 entries are pouring in to the PASS North headquarters in Naples, Maine, and the entry list is certainly going to be a who’s who in Super Late Model racing from throughout the Northeast, Southeast and Canada.

Northern driver, Tim Brackett from Buckfield, Maine filed the first entry earlier this month, and since then entries have been coming in almost daily. 2013 PASS North champion Cassius Clark has filed entry for the Hight Chevrolet team. Former multi-time PASS champion, Johnny Clark, along with 2012 PASS North champ, Travis Benjamin have sent in their entries. 2013 PASS North runner-up Joey Doiron is entered as well as Turner, Maine’s Glen Luce. Other PASS notables include David Oliver and Reid Lanpher.

Oxford Plains Speedway is well represented with early entries as Shane Green, Chris Coolidge, Mark Lundblad Jr., Justin Gibbons, and Adam Polivinen have all thrown their hats into the ring.

PASS South is represented by the father and son duo of Jay and Tate Fogleman. Jay Fogleman is the defending two time PASS National Champion, while young Tate Fogleman, a mere 14 years old will be looking for his first win in the Oxford 250. Tate finished fifth in his run for the PASS National Championship in 2013. Canadian Super Late Model ace Karl Allard from St. Felicien, Quebec will be leading the Canadian contingency as he is the first driver from across the border to ink his name to the 250. Allard, a household name in Canadian racing circles will be up for the 250 challenge.

The 41st edition of the Oxford 250 will take place on Sunday afternoon, July 20, 2014. This gigantic event will complete the biggest weekend in the history of the Oxford 250. The Sunday card will feature the Super Late Models racing 250 green flag laps, plus a $1,000 to win, 75 lap PASS Mods race, Street Stocks, Outlaws, and a 50 Legends Car National Championship event. The weekend will start off with the PASS Mods and PASS Sportsman opening up the weekend on Friday night along with several support divisions. Then on Saturday night a blockbuster schedule of events will take place featuring the NEMA Midgets, NEMA Lites, the second race in the brand new PASS Northeast Late Model Series paying $4,000 to win, or $3,000 and a guaranteed starting spot in Sundays 250. Also on the card will be the Wicked Good Vintage Racers, the Northeast Classic Lite Dwarf Cars, Outlaw Sportsman and Street Stocks.

Tickets for the 41st Annual Oxford 250 are now on sale by visiting the OPS website Online Shop, or by calling the track at 207-539-8865.

THE 2014 TENTATIVE GO KART SCHEDULE IS POSTED HERE.
PLEASE REMEMBER IT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE!

PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES LICENSE & ENTRY FORMS POSTED
Pro All Stars Series President, Tom Mayberry has posted the license and registration forms for the brand new, three race, PASS Northeast Late Model Series on the PASS website in the left hand column HERE. The forms are ready to be downloaded and mailed to PASS. The three events will be taking place on Friday, June 13th, Saturday, July 19th, and Saturday, September 27th.

Each driver will need to fill out a driver license registration form to secure their number. The license registration fee is just $25 for the season. Numbers will be passed out on a first come, first serve basis, and no duplicate numbers will be allowed. Each driver will also need to fill out entry blank forms for each of the three races. The entry fee is $50 if submitted prior to each event, or $75 on the day of the event for licensed drivers. Unlicensed drivers will pay a $75 pre-entry fee, or $100 entry fee on the day of the event.

If you have any technical questions please contact Charlie Rockwell after 5pm at 802-754-2822.


All completed forms can be mailed to: PASS RACING INC.
195 Lake House Road,  Naples, Maine 04055

1/21/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
PRO LATE MODELS TO RACE FOR
$1,500 TO WIN WEEKLY AT OPS
OPS President Tom Mayberry announced recently that the Budweiser Pro Late Models that race every Friday night in the Oxford Championship Series will be enjoying a major purse increase in 2014. The new purse shows that the weekly winner that has a track license will receive $1,500. The entire purse breakdown is as follows:
2014 PRO LATE MODEL PURSE:
1st $1,500, 2nd $750, 3rd $600, 4th $500, 5th $450,
6th $400, 7th $375, 8th $350, 9th $325, 10th $300,
11th $200, 12th $150, 13th $125, 14th $120, 15th $110,
16th on back $100     
2014 License Benefits
After talking with drivers at the 2013 awards banquet this past Saturday night, excitement is at an all-time high for this 2nd year division. Not only were drivers excited about the top prizes, they also were ecstatic about tenth place paying $300. As one driver said, “This is awesome, as I can pretty near cover my night of racing if I finish in tenth. Thanks Tom Mayberry and Oxford Plains Speedway staff!”
NEW PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES PICKING UP STEAM
All racers from throughout the Northeast are eyeing the all new PASS Late Model Series featuring three events in 2014. All three events will be held at Oxford Plains Speedway located in Oxford, Maine, with Round #1, a $2,000 to win, 100 lap grind, taking place on Friday, June 13th. Post time is 7:30pm. Round #2 takes place the night before the Oxford 250 on Saturday, July 19th at 6pm. This will be a 125 lap main event that pays the winner $4,000, or they can take $3,000, convert their car to Oxford 250 specs, and be a guaranteed starter in the 250 as long as they use the same car as they ran in Saturday’s Late Model race, and attempt to qualify in all necessary heats, consis, and last chance races. Round #3 takes place on Saturday, September 27th, PASS Championship weekend. The finale is scheduled for 100 laps, and pays the winner $2,000. Post time is 2pm.

Drivers from all over New England have been inquiring about the Series. Tom Mayberry is very pleased and excited about the new PASS LMS Series. “We designed this new Series so that with our rules package, just about any Late Model, Pro Stock and Sportsman cars can easily meet the specs to compete in these three events. We have tried to put together a rules package that rivals the old Getty Open Series, where cars from all over New England and Canada came together to race. It was one of the most exciting eras of racing at Oxford and we want to try to bring that back to OPS in 2014.”
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL CHAMPIONS
We would like to congratulate all 2013 champions and all racers and race teams that joined us at the 2013 Award Banquets. The PASS North banquet on Friday night was an outstanding event, one in which everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. On Saturday night at the OPS Championship Series Banquet, the atmosphere was much the same. A delicious meal, appreciative award winners, and some great fun, fellowship and dancing throughout the evening. Congrats to all!!
OPS HAS A NEW OFFICE MANAGER
We are pleased to announce the hiring of a new Office Manager here at OPS. We are pleased to announce June Walker as our new leader here at Oxford. Many of you met her at the OPS banquet last Saturday evening, as she was your hostess that guided you to your seats. Her pleasant smile and great people skills will be a great asset to the OPS family. We would also like to thank Michelle Butler for filling in as Office Manager for the past couple of months. She did a great job, and we wish her the best.
2014 MINI CUP CAR RULES ARE POSTED
You may now find the 2014 Mini Cup Car rules HERE. If you have any question with the rules please feel free to contact our Tech Team. The 2014 season will see the Mini-Cup Cars competing on a specially designed track on the frontstretch.
CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU!
We would like to thank and congratulate all the race teams that supported OPS immensely at the Northeast Motorsports Expo in Augusta. The weather on Saturday was horrible but that didn’t deter great crowds from joining us on Friday night and Sunday. Oxford was well represented as Pro Late Model competitors, Corey Morgan and Gunnar Rowe had their beautiful cars with us, along with PASS Sportsman newcomer Alex Lacognata, and PASS Mod standout, Scott Alexander. Also joining us in our booth were Mini-Cuppers Rich Hall and Barry Morris. Jordyn Childs represented the new Go-Kart program, and the ISMA Super Modified show car was also a great hit. Rowe, Alexander and Morgan each received awards for their efforts.

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OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

2013 AWARDS BANQUET
SAT., JAN. 18, 2014
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MINI-STOCK TOP 3 - L-R, SHANE KAHERL, CALVIN ROSE JR.,
JUSTIN LARSEN (CHAMPION)
PRO LATE MODEL TOP 3 - L-R, TIM BRACKETT,
CHAMPION TJ BRACKETT, VANNA BRACKETT
STREET STOCK TOP 3 - L-R, MATT WILLIAMS,
CHAMPION RYAN ROBBINS, ZACH EMERSON
OUTLAW SPORTSMAN TOP 3, L-R, MIKE HAYNES,
CHAMPION COREY MORGAN, STEVE MOON
 
ROOKIES OF THE YEAR: PRO LATES SCOTT FARRINGTON,
STREET STOCKS JOSH CHILDS, MINI-STOCKS JUSTIN LARSEN
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Full BANQUET PHOTO PAGE HERE
Photos by Trackside Trudy
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2013 OPS CHAMPIONS HONORED at
“NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS”
Oxford Plains Speedway’s Championship Series racers were honored this past Saturday night, January 18th at the Fireside Inn and Suites in Auburn, Maine. Champions included TJ Bracket, Ryan Robbins, Corey Morgan and Justin Larsen.

After being treated to a delicious buffet style dinner, it was time to get down to business. The first awards of the night were presented to the 2013 Rookies of the Year. Scott Farrington took the top award in the Pro Late Model division. Josh Childs captured the award in the Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, while Justin Larsen secured the prize in the Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Mini-Stocks.

Crazy Horse Racing presented Winner Circle Champion Awards to Shawn Martin in the Pro Late Models, Tyson Jordan, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, Corey Morgan, Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman, and Justin Larsen, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Mini-Stocks. Each winner received a plaque and a $100 gift certificate courtesy of Crazy Horse Racing, located in South Paris, Maine. Picking up a $500 gift certificate from Five Star Bodies and Crazy Horse Racing by the luck of the draw was Tim Brackett.


The top ten were honored in each division. The Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman class saw their champion, Corey Morgan carry home the top prize. Morgan, whom is moving up to a Pro Late Model in 2014, had an incredible season as he dominated a very strong division. The balance of the top ten included Mike Haynes, Steve Moon, Addison Bowie, Jerry Freve, Scott Hethcoat, Todd Bisbee, Guy Childs, Kyle Treadwell and Matt Dufault.

The Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Mini-Stocks champion Justin Larsen edged out runner-up Calvin Rose Jr. by a mere nine points to claim the championship. Shane Kaherl, Brady Romano, Nik Coates, Brandon Palmer, Mike Ward, Ryan Glover, Jimmy Childs and Rob Greenleaf completed the top ten. Larsen also hinted that there may be a Pro Late Model in his future for 2014.

The Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks saw Ryan Robbins collect the championship hardware. Robbins will be moving up to a PASS Mod in 2014. Matt Williams, Zach Emerson, Kurt Hewins, Corey Morgan, Rick Spaulding, Josh Childs, Spencer Morse, Larry Emerson and Dan Brown rounded out the top ten.

TJ Brackett lead the way in the Pro Late Models. He and his family entered uncharted waters in 2013 as the top three in points included son, TJ Brackett, father Tim Brackett, and sister Vanna Brackett. TJ will return in 2014 to defend his title. Filling out the top ten were Don Wentworth, Tommy Ricker, Chris Coolidge, Adam Polivinen, Shawn Martin, Gary Chiasson, and Dale Shaw.

This completes the 2013 racing season. The 2014 Oxford Championship Series kicks into high gear on Friday, May 2nd at 7:30pm. The card will feature Budweiser Pro Late Models racing for $1,500 to win, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman, and the all new Mini-Cup division.
FULL BANQUET PHOTO PAGE HERE

OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY LEGEND
ALBERT HAMMOND SR. PASSES AWAY
It is with the deepest regret that we announce the passing of legendary Oxford Plains Speedway racer, Al Hammond has passed away after a bout with cancer. The driver of the famous black and gold #1 Pro Stock will forever be remembered in the hearts of race fans old and new. His racing career spanned more than fifty years.

He took great pride in all of his accomplishments as racing was his life. Winning the prestigious Triple Crown Series in 1968, 1970 and 1975 were some of his prized victories. Hammond a three time Pro Stock champion, 1970, 1973 and 1974 will long be remembered for his hard charging, hard-nosed driving style, battling the likes of Mike Rowe, Skip Hodgdon, Stan Horne and Wally Patrick just to name a few. In 1971 he raced at Daytona International Speedway, and in 2009 Al was elected to the Maine Motorsports Hall of Fame.

Everyone here at Oxford Plains Speedway offers their deepest sympathy to the Hammond family. Online condolences may be shared with his family at www.chandlerfunerals.com.

TIM BRACKETT FILES FIRST ENTRY
FOR 2014 OXFORD 250
With the 2014 edition of the Oxford 250 lurking just over the horizon on July 20, 2014, the first entrant has filed his application for the crown jewel event. Buckfield, Maine’s, Tim Brackett has filed the number one entry and is very proud to be the first entrant of this year’s edition.

“We have been in the sport of auto racing since 1978, the 52 year old racer explained. We love racing as a family here at the Track, and always look forward to the Oxford 250. We had a great run in 2013, and can’t wait for the big race in 2014. I finished sixth last year, and can hopefully crack at least a top five this year!”

Brackett has a pair of OPS championships under his belt, the 2005 Pro Stock title, and the 2010 Late Model championship, and has great family ties with Oxford, as his son TJ won the Pro Late Model championship in 2013, and finished 14th in last year’s 250, while Tim placed second in the final standings, and Tim’s daughter Vanna finished third in the standings, and also was the first female to win a premiere division feature at Oxford. The family also set a record for the first time a family finished one, two & three in the Track’s premiere division’s final point standings.

This year’s edition of the Oxford 250 will take place on the July 17th to July 20th weekend. There will be a special night of racing on Thursday, July 17th, as the schedule for that day’s events will be announced in the near future. Friday night will be Sun Journal Newspaper night featuring the PASS Mods, PASS Sportsman and several other support divisions. Dunkin’ Donuts headlines Saturday’s huge card of racing with Round #2 of the new PASS Northeast Late Model Series going 125 laps for $4,000 to win, or the option of taking $3,000 to win and having a guaranteed starting spot in Sunday’s Oxford 250. Joining the PASS Northeast Late Model Series will be NEMA Midgets, The NEMA Lites, Northeast Classic Lites Dwarf Cars, Wicked Good Vintage Racing and support divisions. The granddaddy of them all, the Oxford 25, headlines the giant weekend of racing as Super Late Models from throughout the United States and Canada will converge on Oxford Plains Speedway’s 3/8 mile speed plant for the giant purse that will await the winner after 250 green flag laps of racing. The day will also feature a 75 lap, $1,000 to win PASS Mod event plus Street Stocks and a 50 lap NELCAR Legends National Championship event.


GLORY DAYS ARE BACK FOR
SUPER LATE MODELS
OPS RAISES BUDWEISER PRO LATE MODEL
PURSE TO $1,500 TO WIN
The glory days are back for Super Late Models in the Northeast, as another Southern Maine track has upped their purses for the premiere division in 2014. This now means that Super Late Models will be racing for some of the biggest weekly purses in New England, and beyond. Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry is pleased and excited to announce that the Budweiser Pro Late Models that compete weekly in the Budweiser Championship Series on Friday night’s will be receiving a healthy purse increase in 2014.

“After a solid transition year in 2013, we feel that to get to the next level we have to return the weekly purse back to where it was when Pro Stocks, (Now known as Super Late Models) were the top division at Oxford, stated Mayberry. This brand of racecar is starting to see some significant growth, and is drawing a ton of interest around the Northeast. We feel that they deserve the boost in pay after the valiant effort that our Pro Late Model teams put forward in 2013 at Oxford. This division is headed in a very positive direction, and as this class significantly grows, so won’t the PASS Super Late Models, and the Oxford 250 as we head into the future. Not only are we upping the winners share to $1,500 weekly for Oxford Pro Late Model division licensed drivers, tenth position will pay a solid $300, and we are also increasing the purse for the balance of the top fifteen finishing positions. Non-licensed drivers will be racing for last year’s weekly purse. This is some great news for our racers and I am sure that they are going to be as ecstatic as I am. I have a feeling that with this new weekly purse, some of the headline names from years gone by will be looking seriously at returning to Oxford Plains Speedway on a weekly basis.”

The 2014 Oxford Plains Speedway season kicks off on Saturday, April 12th with the first PASS event of the season featuring PASS Super Late Models, PASS Sportsman, PASS Mods and Legends cars. The first event on the calendar for the Budweiser Pro Late Models to take advantage of the $1,500 to win and nicely expanded purse, will be on Friday night, May 2nd at 7:30pm. Joining the Pro Late Models will be the Street Stocks, Outlaw Sportsman and Mini-Cup Cars.

2014 PRO LATE MODEL PURSE:
1st $1,500, 2nd $750, 3rd $600, 4th $500, 5th $450,
6th $400, 7th $375, 8th $350, 9th $325, 10th $300,
11th $200, 12th $150, 13th $125, 14th $120, 15th $110,
16th on back $100     
2014 License Benefits

PASS LAUNCHING NORTHEAST
LATE MODEL SERIES IN 2014
PASS President Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce a brand new series for Late Models which will be unveiled at Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. The division will race three times this season at OPS with the possibility of a full fledged Late Model Series developing in 2015.

Mayberry explains, “The timing is right for a new Late Model Series to be developed and implemented on a test basis in 2014. There are tons of Late Models just sitting idle, and several other tracks, and series cars will be able to participate as well. We have developed a universal set of rules that will just about encompass any racecars with just minimal changes. We will be debuting the PASS Northeast Late Model Series at Oxford on Friday, June 13, 2014 with a 100 lap, $2,000 to win main event. Round number two will take place on the Saturday of the Oxford 250 weekend, July 19th. This race will feature a 125 lap main event paying $4,000 to win, or $3,000 and a guaranteed provisional for the Oxford 250 on Sunday. The final event of the Series will take place on the PASS Championship Weekend at OPS, which is slated for September 26th and 27th. This race will also feature a $2,000 to win, 100 lap main event. We are all excited about launching the PASS Northeast Late Model Series, and have a very good feeling that this Series will be very successful. The Late Model Series will carry the PASS banner in 2014. If the initial endeavor is successful than we will look to expand the Series in 2015.”

The purses are listed below for the three race Series:

June 13 & September 27, 2014 Purses:
1st, $2,000, 2nd $1,200, 3rd $800, 4th $600, 5th $550, 6th $500, 7th $475,
8th $450, 9th 425, 10th $400, 11th $375, 12th $350, 13th $340, 14th $330,
15th $320, 16th $310, 17th-32nd $300

July 19, 2014 Purse:
1st, $4,000/$3,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,200, 4th $800, 5th $600, 6th $550,
7th $500, 8th $475,9th 450, 10th $425, 11th $400, 12th $390, 13th $380,
14th $370, 15th $360, 16th $350, 17th $340, 18th $330, 19th $320, 20th $310,
21st – 32nd $300

Rules for the PASS Northeast Late Model Series may be found HERE. If you have any questions on the rules you may contact Charlie Rockwell after 5pm at 802-754-2822.

The OPS Booth at NEMEXPO 2014
featured:
GUNNAR ROWE - ALEX LACOGNATA
COREY MORGAN - MINI-CUPS
GO KARTS - ISMA SUPER
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OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY & PASS
WELL REPRESENTED AT THE NORTHEAST MOTORSPORTS EXPO IN AUGUSTA
The bad weather might have held back the crowd on Saturday at the 26th Annual Northeast Motorsports Expo in Augusta, Maine, but the fumes of new paint, and the smell of race fuel was in the air exciting the hundreds of race fans that enjoyed the event. The Augusta Civic Center was filled to capacity with racecars, dragsters, Speedway booths, and vendors galore. Numerous awards were presented on Friday night and the Helluva Good Pit Stop Challenge entertained the crowd all three days of the event.

Oxford Plains Speedway and PASS returned to the show after a few years absence, and had a fine display of beautiful race equipment on hand. Young, fourteen year old Gunnar Rowe and the beautiful LUX Enterprises #24 Pro Late Model was the first car that greeted race fans. Gunnar Rowe is the grandson of the legendary Mike Rowe and will be making his racing debut on Fridays in the Oxford Championship Series Pro Late Model class. Gunnar’s previous experience came from a very successful go-karting career. Rowe’s car won the “Best Appearing Award” for Super Late Models entered in the show. Alex Lacognata will be entering as a Rookie of the Year candidate in the PASS Sportsman division in 2014. His beautifully prepared #66x will be a contender each time out in the PASS Sportsman class.

PASS Mod driver, Scott Alexander had his super sleek #17A on display and he walked away with two awards from the show including “Best Appearing Modified” and he also won a “Mainely Award” for Touring Support Division Driver of the Year. The 2013 PASS Mod champion is looking forward to defending his title in 2014. Corey Morgan had his beautiful Ford Mustang bodied Pro Late Model on hand. The car was a real eye catcher, and certainly will be a solid contender on Friday nights as well. Also entered in the OPS booth was Jordyn Childs gorgeous Go Kart. Father Jimmy really did a great job preparing his daughters car for the show.

A pair of Mini-Cups helped fill up display. Rich Hall brought out the #13 machine, and Barry Morris had his #5 sweet ride on display as well. Both Mini-Cup cars and the Go-Kart were great hits with the kids all weekend long. Last but not least was the ISMA Super Modified Show Car that was on display. This piece had kids in and out of the cockpit all weekend long. The excitement is high for the return of the ISMA Supers on Friday night, June 20th.

Oxford Plains Speedway management would like to thank all the racers that bought the equipment and placed it in our display. The next show will be held in Portland in Mid-February.
www.NorthEastMotorsportsExpo.net

2014 OFFERING NEW HANDICAP SYSTEM
FOR PASS SPORTSMAN
Pro All Stars Series President, Tom Mayberry has announced that there will be a new handicapping system in place for the 2014 racing season for the PASS Sportsman division.

“In best interest of competition, we are going to implement the same handicapping system that we use with the PASS Super Late Models into the PASS Sportsman division for 2014, stated Mayberry. We feel that this system will help even out the field and make for better racing for both the drivers and for the fans alike. Fans enjoy seeing some of the top cars coming from back in the pack, and have to race their way to the front of the field!”

The new handicapping system will allow cars to be lined up in the feature event from the order that they finished in the qualifying heat, with the big exception that once you win a race, you can’t start any better than eleventh in the feature no matter where you qualified in the preliminary rounds. As the season progresses, this system will force the top cars to charge from deeper in the field making racing much more intense for the racers and fans as well. This new handicapping system will go into effect at the opening PASS Sportsman event which is scheduled for Saturday, April 12th at 2pm at Oxford Plains Speedway. The opening day event will include the PASS Super Late Models, PASS Sportsman and PASS Mods, as well as the NELCAR Legends.

1/7/14
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
OXFORD 250 LAP SPONSORSHIPS
Oxford 250 lap sponsorships are now on sale. You or your business may sponsor a lap and be recognized all season long on our website, and on the special 250 lap sponsorship board that will hang in the track walkway all season. The price for an individual lap is just $100. This is a great, affordable way to support your favorite driver, or advertise your business. Call Dick Therrien at 207-539-8865, or 802-274-8823. You may also e-mail him at opsdick@myfairpoint.net.
QUINNEY WELCH TO
COMPETE WEEKLY AT OPS
Another big name from Northeast racing has thrown his hat into the ring, and will become a regular Oxford Plains Speedway Pro Late Model driver in 2014. The multi time White Mountain Motorsports Park Late Model champion, Quinney Welch will make Friday nights his home in 2014. Welch’s car will be housed at the Crazy Horse Racing shop in South Paris, Maine, and Welch will make the trek from his Lancaster, New Hampshire home every week. Welch is also planning on competing in selected PASS North Super Late Model events. Welch has won numerous big events throughout the Northeast at tracks such as Canaan USA Speedway, Riverside Speedway, WMMP and more. Welch is very much looking forward to racing at OPS, and is excited about the new challenge.

REGISTRATION FORM NOW AVAILABLE
PASS President Tom Mayberry has now posted the 2014 registration form for the 41st edition of the Oxford 250 scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 20, 2014.  Oxford 250 Entry Form PDF HERE

It’s that time of year, stated Mayberry. The racers are anxious to secure their number for the colossal five day event which will start with the weekly Oxford Acceleration Series event on July on Wednesday, July 16th. There will be scheduled activities for the first time on Thursday night, July 17th. The card of events will be announced in the near future. Then Friday night, July 18th will be Sun Journal night featuring PASS Mods and PASS Sportsman as well as several support divisions. Saturday night, July 19th will be Dunkin’ Donuts night featuring the NEMA Midgets & NEMA LITES, Northeast Classic Lites, Wicked Good Vintage Racing and more. Then on Sunday, July 20th, the granddaddy of them all, The Oxford 250 will take the green at 2pm. This will be a gigantic weekend full of excitement and we are extremely pleased with the events that we have scheduled.”

Oxford 250 Sponsorship laps are also now on sale for only $100 each, and can be purchased by contacting Dick Therrien at the Oxford Plains Speedway office at 207-539-8865, or 802-274-8823. Therrien can also be reached by e-mail at opsdick@myfairpoint.net.

To keep up on all the latest information on the Oxford 250, and the Pro All Stars Series, check in regularly on the PASS website.

BUDWEISER TO SPONSOR
OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES & ALSO
OPS PRO LATE MODEL DIVISION IN 2014
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry, is pleased to announce the signing of Budweiser and Federal Distributors from Lewiston, Maine as a major supporter of racing here at Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. This will be a first time partnership between the two organizations.

“We are very proud to have Budweiser and Federal Distributors on board with us for the 2014 racing season here at OPS. Mayberry explains, Budweiser will become the Official beer of Oxford Plains Speedway, as well as becoming the Oxford Championship Series sponsor, and the Pro Late Model division sponsor weekly here at the Speedway. We are looking forward to building a long, and strong relationship with the fine folks from Budweiser and Federal Distributors.”

Mike Klemanski, Director of Marketing for Federal Distributors is also very excited about the new partnership. “Oxford Plains Speedway is a great place for us to partner up with here in the State of Maine. It is a first class operation, and we are looking forward to being part of the success story. Being the Official beer of the Speedway, as well as being a major supporter of the Pro Late Models and the Oxford Championship Series, we feel this is a great mix for our company! By the looks of their schedule of events, it is going to be an exciting 2014 for Oxford Plains Speedway, Federal Distributors and Budweiser products.

The 2014 racing season kicks into high gear, as Oxford Plains Speedway, and PASS North team up to display their wares at the 26th Annual Northeast Motorsports Expo at the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, Maine, January 10-12.

For more information about Budweiser and Federal Distributors visit their website at www.federaldistributors.com. They are located at 2075 Lisbon Road in Lewiston, Maine.

12/23/13
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
CRUISER RULES
2014 rules for the new six cylinder Cruiser division have been posted here. The Cruisers have been added to the Wednesday Oxford Acceleration Series card. This revised entry level division seems to be drawing quite a bit of interest. Cars and driver registration is now going on for this class. Numbers are reserved on a first come, first serve basis, and no numbers may be reserved without filing the necessary paperwork.
FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
Oxford Plains Speedway has fundraising opportunities available to organizations throughout the OPS area. We have some great fundraising ideas for schools, church groups, scouting organization, etc. For more information contact Dick Therrien at 802-274-8823.

     
O’REILLY AUTO PARTS
to SPONSOR the 2014
MONSTER TRUCK THROWDOWN
December 23, 2013 – OXFORD, ME - Oxford Plains Speedway President Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce that O’Reilly’s Auto Parts has become a new marketing partner at the Speedway and will be the title sponsor of the 2014 O’Reilly Auto Parts, Monster Truck Throwdown. The event will be taking place on Saturday and Sunday, August 16th and 17th. www.oreillyauto.com

“Having a very strong company like O’Reilly Auto Parts joining up with Oxford is very exciting for both parties, explained Mayberry. They have some great marketing ideas, and we are really looking forward to working with them. The O’Reilly Auto Parts Monster Truck Throwdown is one of the biggest events in the State of Maine and with their support it will become even bigger! Last year’s inaugural event saw huge crowds both days and it was an incredible show, and with the show we have planned for 2014 it is going to be even more exciting!”

O’Reilly Auto Parts Monster Truck Throwdown will feature eight of the biggest names in monster truck racing from across the country. The show will consist of monster truck racing and freestyle competitions both days. New for 2014, the first time ever in Maine, see a ten-thousand pound monster truck attempt a complete three hundred and sixty degree back flip!

O’Reilly Auto Parts officially started in the auto parts business in 1957 and currently has over 4,000 stores and twenty-four distribution centers in forty-two states, thus ranking them in the top two auto parts distributors in the United States. They have several key locations throughout the New England region.

Tickets for the event are now on sale, and can be ordered by calling the Track office at 207-539-8865. 2014 Monster Truck Ticket Pricing .

For more information of the Monster Truck Throwdown, please visit MonsterTruckThrowdown.com or Facebook.com/MonsterThrowdown.

 BENTLEY WARREN MEMOIR
FROM COASTAL 181
Motorsports publisher Coastal 181 has released its latest title, “WICKED FAST: Racing Through Life with Bentley Warren,” by Bones Bourcier.

Bentley will serve as Grand Marshall for the Locke Crane Services Bentley Warren Class ISMA supermodifieds event coming to OPS on June 20th, 2014.
More info on the event HERE

Bentley Warren’s approach to life is mirrored by the tongue-in-cheek slogan of his high-octane watering hole, Bentley’s Saloon in Arundel, Maine: “Who has more fun than us? We do!”

Whether mingling with customers or catching up with racing friends, Warren’s fun-meter is usually pegged. You can find him by following the laughter, or, if you dare, the thunder of his hot-rod Harley.

Yet beneath the good-times façade, Bentley’s life has been one of focus and accomplishment. An Indianapolis 500 veteran, he is also one of the most decorated short-track drivers of his generation, having won from Massachusetts to Phoenix, and from Canada to South Florida. He’s a seven-time champion at New York’s Oswego Speedway – where he captured the prestigious International Classic on six occasions – as well as a four-time ISMA series champ and a six-time winner of New England’s premier Supermodified event, the Star Speedway Classic. He was twice victorious in the storied Little 500 for Sprint Cars at Anderson, Indiana. Along the way, he somehow found time to become a self-taught entrepreneur; before the saloon, he built a successful trucking company.

Bourcier has done a masterful job in capturing the story, the spirit, and the humor of the incomparable Bentley Warren.

“WICKED FAST” is available online at www.coastal181.com or by calling Coastal 181 at 877-907-8181 toll free. The website, updated daily, includes over 1000 other motorsports books and DVDs, as well as hundreds of photos and racing commentaries.

NEMA MIDGETS READY TO ATTACK
OPS ON 250 WEEKEND
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce that the NEMA Midgets (Northeastern Midget Association) will be part of the giant Oxford 250 weekend, July 18th through 20th. This will mark the first time in several years that the Midgets have appeared at Oxford.
www.nemaracing.com

The NEMA Midgets are a compact winged racecar with a very high power to weight ratio. With up to 400 horsepower and weighing approximately 1,000 pounds, Midgets are among the fastest cars on oval tracks ½ mile and under. Midget racing has long provided a pivotal role in the development of some of the nation’s finest and most successful drivers.

Joining the NEMA Midgets will be the NEMA LITES. The NEMA LITES are basically the same car except they are self starting, and they have basically the same chassis, wing package and tires, but have a limited race engine. The LITES are built so that they can easily be converted to a full NEMA Midget package.

The NEMA Midgets and NEMA LITES will be competing on the Saturday, July 19th portion of the Oxford 250 weekend card.

APPLEBEE’S TO SPONSOR FAN FRIENDLY SUPERFAN CARD AT OPS
Oxford Plains Speedway’s new General Manager, Dick Therrien, 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.

Therrien explains, “We are instituting a brand new program here at OPS in 2014. 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 Dick and his 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 on opening day, Saturday, April 12th, at the general admissions ticket booth.  www.applebees.com

2014 OAS RULES ARE NOW POSTED
 RULES PAGE HERE

12/11/13
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
MINI CUP CARS TO RETURN
The Mini-Cup cars will return to the Speedway in 2014. They will become part of the Friday night, Oxford Championship Series lineup. These Rigid Mini-Cup Cars will be racing on the front-stretch on a specially designed track. In the past they raced on the entire 3/8 mile track, but this year a new course is in the process of being designed. The Mini-Cup Racers will be offered a purse which will be $75 to win, 2nd – 50, 3rd - $40, 4th - $30, 5th - $20, 6th on back will pay $10. There will be a $25 license fee for each driver that will cover the initial insurance costs. Rules and more information will be announced in the very near future, as well as an organizational meeting will be put together very soon, hopefully before the holidays. License forms can be found on the website, and you can start applying for numbers now. They will be passed out on a first come, first serve basis.
GO KART RACING TO RETURN TO OPS
The decision has been made to bring back the go-karts to Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. After a very solidly attended meeting over a week ago, we feel that there is enough interest to bring the sport back to OPS. Thursday nights will be the main night for racing, but we are also looking at the possibilities of some Saturday mornings dotting the schedule. A meeting will be held, hopefully prior to the holidays to setup the program, draw up the rules package, and get the go-karts prepared for an exciting 2014. And YES, the track on the backstretch will be repaired. We are also looking into bringing novice Mini-Cup Cars into the folds. This would be for beginners only, and management will withhold the right to move them up as deemed necessary.

NAPA TO SPONSOR SHOW, SHINE & DRAGS
AT OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY IN 2014
Oxford Plains Speedway’s Marketing and Promotions Manager, Dick Therrien, is pleased to announce that NAPA Auto Parts Stores have joined OPS as a marketing partner for the 2014 race season here at Oxford Plains Speedway.

“We are very excited to have NAPA Auto Parts on board with us for 2014. They will be the primary sponsor for the 2nd Annual Show, Shine and Drags event scheduled for Father’s Day, Sunday, June 15, 2014 stated Therrien. NAPA is the leader of the auto parts industry, and for them to join forces with us is extremely valuable for both parties. NAPA has seventy-four stores in the marketing region, and we have race teams and fans that come to Oxford from all of their stores markets. They have chosen a great event to sponsor, and I’m positive that this year’s NAPA Show, Shine and Drags will be even larger than last year’s show.”  www.napaonline.com

The NAPA Show Shine and Drags event features classic and muscle cars, vintage racecars, along with motorcycles, snow machines, antique tractors and engines, as well as assorted vendors. This year’s production will be the second one under the guidance of OPS Vice President, Michael Mayberry. Mayberry revived the show in 2013 after many years absence. The show was put together with very little notice and over one hundred and fifty vehicles participated. This year with NAPA onboard Mayberry hopes to double his entries, and has added events for 2014 like a chicken BBQ and a pig roast.

NAPA Sales Manager, Pete Jabaut is excited about partnering up with Oxford Plains Speedway as well. “This is going to be an exciting project for us to partake in. We see this opportunity as a chance to raise awareness about NAPA Auto Parts and all that we have to offer to a different clientele. The NAPA Show, Shine and Drag event will help showcase all the various products that we can offer to the classic, and muscle car people, as well as all the other classes of vehicles and machinery. Our selection of parts and products are second to none, and we are looking forward to educating these people about NAPA Auto Parts.”

For more information about the NAPA Auto Parts Show, Shine and Drags event as it becomes available, please call the track hotline at 207-539-8865.

TOP FURNITURE TO SPONSOR UNIQUE
FAN OF THE WEEK PROGRAM AT OPS
Oxford Plains Speedway General Manager, Dick Therrien is pleased to announce a new fan oriented program for all race meets at OPS in 2014. Top Furniture, located at 570 Main Street in Gorham, New Hampshire has signed on to be the Official Furniture Store of the Speedway and will be the weekly host of a new, and very unique program, “The Fan of the Week.”

Here’s how it will work. Each week one lucky fan will have their ticket number drawn from all general admission tickets stubs. The winner and a guest will get to enjoy the races from a pair of beautiful recliners, courtesy of Top Furniture. The seats will be the best in the house, plus they will receive a food voucher and some special prizes to go along with their special seating program.

“I am so excited about this new partnership with Top Furniture, stated OPS General Manager, Dick Therrien. This is going to be such a creative program, and the fans are going to love it. Can you imagine going to the races and sitting back in a comfortable recliner with your feet up and loving life? This is going to be a lot of fun for me as the announcer, and the fans as well. The Top Furniture people are great, and I am looking forward to working with them to make this program grow.”

Top Furniture President, Donna Goodrich agreed with Therrien stating, “I was impressed with the thinking outside the box approach that Dick brought to us. We have a lot of customers from the Oxford area and this program will fit nicely into our marketing plan. We can’t wait until April arrives and we can get started.”

Top Furniture is located in Gorham, New Hampshire. Their furniture and appliance store is located inside a beautifully constructed modern building across the street from Wal-Mart. The professional sales staff will greet you, and help you view and choose from their giant selection of contemporary home furnishings including, living room sets, end tables, dinette sets, bedroom sets and mattresses, as well as name brand appliances, all at prices that are affordable to the consumer, plus great financing packages are available.   www.topfurniture.com


CHRIS BOWIE AND MIKE ST. GERMAIN
FILE FIRST COLOSSAL CARNAGE 150 ENTRIES
Entries are starting to roll in for the first ever Colossal Carnage 150, a $7,000 to win Enduro scheduled for Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 1:30pm. This special extravaganza will see well over 100 four and six cylinder cars, trucks and mini-vans compete for the giant purse that pays the top ten finishers over $14,000. Oxford Plains Speedway’s new General Manager, Dick Therrien, has been a part of these mega paying Enduros in the past, and he has this to say about the Colossal Carnage 150.

“I have been involved in running numerous high paying Enduros in the past and there have been some good ones, but never have I seen such excitement generated for an event of this kind more than five months away. The phone is ringing off the hook, I am getting numerous e-mails about the event, and the entries are starting to roll in. Chris Bowie from New Glouster, Maine, and the “Road Warrior” himself, Mike St. Germain have filed the first two entries for the event. St. Germain is a veteran of these extra distance races as he has be seen at tracks throughout the Northeast competing in events similar, but nowhere near as lucrative at the Colossal Carnage 150. Bowie is no stranger to racing at OPS and will definitely be considered a major threat to take home the mega first place prize and trophy. We are accepting early entries as numbers can be reserved by filling out the registration form on our website, www.oxfordplains.com, or by stopping into our office to register. I have a feeling that we could see close to 150 vehicles enter this event, Therrien stated.”

Early entries save $25 as long as they are postmarked by April 1, 2014. The early entry fee is just $50. The entry fee after April 1, 2014 is $75. Numbers are given out on a first come, first serve basis, and no duplicate numbers will be allowed.

So mark this date, Sunday, April 27, 2014 on your calendar, The Colossal Carnage 150, $7,000 to win Enduro. It is sure to be a crowd favorite. For more information on this event, and all the news from Oxford Plains Speedway, visit the Track website, or call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865. Oxford Plains Speedway is conveniently located on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine.
Information, Rules, and Entry Form HERE

Tom Mayberry's 2nd Annual

TO RETURN IN 2014
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry, has recently announced that the Annual Swap Meet and Flea Market will once again take place in the fall of 2014 here at Oxford Plains Speedway.

“I am very excited about our inaugural event that took place this past October stated Mayberry. It was a very well attended event for the first time that we tried it. We had over fifty vendors and over fifteen hundred paying customers that seemed to enjoy the event immensely. We had everything from racecars and racing parts, vintage cars and parts, to items from people’s basements and attics. A lot of items were sold and that’s what it’s all about. We even had one race team sell their Super Late Model and their enclosed hauler!”

The dates for the 2014 event are as follows:
Friday, October 24th – REGISTRATION & SET-UP DAY – NOON-5PM
Saturday, October 25th – FLEA MARKET DAY #1 – 8AM-4PM
Sunday, October 26th - FLEA MARKET DAY #2 – 8AM-4PM

11/27/13
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
2014 OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
RULES POSTED
OPS Director of competition, Paul Johnson, has posted the 2014 rulebooks for the Oxford Championship Series divisions HERE on our website. Very few changes have been made. All changes in the rules are in red ink so that you can spot the changes very easily. The Oxford Acceleration Series rules will be posted in the near future.
NEW RULE IN EFFECT FOR 2014
There is one new rule pertaining to driver eligibility in 2014. Any driver that competes in Pro Late Models or Street Stocks CAN NOT compete in the Outlaws, the Outlaw Sportsman, or any division similar to these in 2014. These divisions are designed to be entry level divisions, and for the betterment of racing here at OPS, it has been decided to add this rule to our program.
2014 LICENSES NOW AVAILABLE
2014 OPS licenses applications are now available. Competitors that competed in 2013 on a regular basis will have the opportunity to reserve their last year’s numbers until January 6, 2014. After January 6th, numbers will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Registration forms are located on the website HERE (near the top of the right hand column) or can be picked up Wednesday through Friday at the OPS office. To register a car you must fill out the license form, and either mail it in or drop it off at the OPS office. People who order licenses (which is required to receive the upper tier purse), MUST accompany their registration with a check for the proper amount. No phone orders will be accepted.
ISMA SUPERMODIFIEDS
RETURN TO OXFORD
The ISMA Supermodified Tour will return to Oxford Plains Speedway on Friday night, June 20. The mighty “Winged Warriors” will blister the track at unbelievable speeds, that guarantee to keep race fans glued to the edge of their seats. The event will be a tribute to Maine’s own, Bentley Warren. The legendary four time ISMA champion will be on hand to be the Grand Marshall of the event. Locke Crane Services of Raymond, New Hampshire, and Tewksbury, Massachusetts will be the primary sponsor of the event.
FULL STORY HERE



ISMA SUPERMODIFIEDS RETURNING
TO OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY IN 2014
Honorary Grand Marshall Bentley Warren
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce that the ISMA Supermodifieds will return to Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014 after several years’ absence. The ISMA Supers will be in action on Friday night, June 20, 2014. The event will be sponsored by Locke Crane Service.
www.lockecraneservices.com   www.ismasupers.com

“We are so excited to have the ISMA organization back with us here at OPS stated Mayberry. These super sleek machines are so lightening quick, that they will keep the fans on the edge of their seats for entire 75 lap event. The “Winged Warriors” are known for their two and three wide racing, and Oxford Plains Speedway’s racing surface will be the perfect place for them to perform at their finest!”

The Friday night event will honor one of the all time greats of the sport, as the legendary Bentley Warren will be the honorary Grand Marshall for the event, as the event will be dubbed as the Bentley Warren ISMA Classic. Warren is a four time ISMA Series champion, and currently sits in third place all time all time feature wins list with 47 victories.

Today, ISMA continues at the forefront of Supermodifieds sanctioning bodies, pioneering the franchise system, in which teams purchase a franchise at the beginning of the season. Creating a win-win situation for both the teams and promoters, each of the franchise teams are allowed to miss up to three shows during the race season while being guaranteed a minimum starting purse of $1,000 at each event. This system helps to ensure solid, stable car counts and a successful event for the promoter. Over the past decade, ISMA has sanctioned between 13 and 17 shows a year, including two of the prestigious Supermodifieds races – the July Hy-Miler Nationals at Sandusky (Ohio) Speedway, which has been a staple ISMA event since 1978, and September’s Star Classic at the quarter-mile Star bullring in Epping, New Hampshire, an event that has a history dating back over 40 years.

The Supermodifieds join an exciting lineup of special events for 2014 including the 41st Annual Oxford 250, the 2nd Annual Monster Truck Throwdown, The Colossal Carnage 150, the $7,000 to win Enduro, the NAPA Show, Shine and Drags, as well as the 2nd Annual Tom Mayberry Swap Meet & Flea Market.

For more information call the track hotline at 207-539-8865.

11/20/13
FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
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WICKED GOOD VINTAGE RACING
RETURNS TO OPS IN 2014
I am excited to report that the Wicked Good Vintage Racing Association will be returning to Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. They will be entertaining the crowd on two dates. Saturday, July 19, 2014, Oxford 250 weekend and Friday night, August 22nd, 2014. The July 19th event will allow race fans from throughout the country to enjoy this exciting group of racers as they battle for trophies in their racers of yesteryears.
CHARLIE & JAMIE ROCKWELL
TO HEAD PASS TOUR TECH
PASS President, Tom Mayberry has announced that Charlie Rockwell will be taking over Chief Technical Inspector job for the PASS North Series in 2014. Rockwell will be taking over the position from long time inspector, Scott Reed whom is pursuing other interests. Rockwell will be taking over the job immediately, handling all technical questions from racers throughout the off-season.

Rockwell hails from Orleans, Vermont where he is a quality control inspector for the Ethan Allen Company. He resides with his wife Jamie, and young daughter, Marina. Rockwell has been involved in racing for numerous years, first working on race cars, then stepping behind the wheel for several years driving everything from Enduro cars to Late Models. In 2011, the heavy underdog qualified for the Oxford 250, putting a check mark on one of his bucket list items.

In 2010, Charlie and his wife Jamie took over as the Tech team at Canaan Fair Speedway where the team developed into one of the most respected in the business. His vast knowledge of everything from four cylinders, to Late Models, Super Late Models, as well as Modifieds made him a leading candidate for the job. Jamie Rockwell will also be joining the team as she will work side by side with her husband in the tech area.

“I am really excited to have Charlie and Jamie on board with us, stated Tom Mayberry, they are first class all the way, and will fit in nicely in our organization. Charlie’s knowledge of numerous types of racecars is important for us, and he and his wife Jamie, both have tremendous people skills. Losing Scotty left us with a big void, as his vast knowledge and tremendous work ethic will definitely be missed, but we feel that the Rockwell’s will be good replacements as we head into the future.”

The 2014 PASS North schedule will be released in the very near future.

For for technical questions for the PASS North Series, contact Charlie & Jamie Rockwell at 802-754-2822 after 5 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 PASS Northwest Triple Crown at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, PASS South’s Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, the Autobus La Qubecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudiere, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For more information visit the Pro All Stars Series website at www.proallstarsseries.com.
Nothing better than a gift card or a season’s pass to Oxford Plains Speedway for the racing enthusiast in your family. Gift cards can be printed for any dollar denomination and are now available at the OPS office, and prices for 2014 season’s passes will be posted on the website in the very near future. Winter office hours are Wednesday through Friday from 11am until 3pm. The OPS office hotline is 207-539-8865.

FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
OPS UPDATES
Hello to all. My name is Dick Therrien and I am the new General Manager and Promotions and Marketing Manager here at Oxford Plains Speedway. I recently started my new job here at OPS and am certainly enjoying the great State of Maine, and the new challenge that this position I’ve taken brings. I have moved into the area with my fiancé Kathleen Burns, and my two dogs Jake and Tucker. We have found a nice home in a beautiful neighborhood and are looking forward to working here for many years to come.

A little history of myself includes managing Canaan Fair Speedway’s for the past four years. Prior to that I leased Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH for five years. I have worked side by side with Tom Mayberry for the past nine years on several projects pertaining to the PASS Tour. I have announced for numerous years and am looking forward to getting back behind the microphone full time in 2014. My job here will be to keep the lines of communications open, keep fans, racers, sponsors and employees updated with info so that we all are on the same page.
OXFORDPLAINS.COM BEING UPGRADED
Oxford Plains Speedway’s website has been a gruesome train wreck for quite a while. If you have visited the site recently, you are starting to see changes, and a lot of information being added. We are in the preliminary stages of improvement so be patient as is grows into a very effective website.
2014 SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES
ARE NOW AVAILABLE
Any business interested in sponsoring an event or program of any sorts here at Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014 may contact Dick Therrien at 802-274-8823, or e-mail him at opsdick@myfairpoint.net. I will do my best to put together a program to fit everyone’s budget.
LOTS OF KIDS ACTIVITIES
SCHEDULED FOR 2014 AT OPS
I am a firm believer that auto racing starts with today’s youth! If this sport is going to grow, we need our youngsters to become involved with the sport. It was awesome to see Sam Sessions and his car on the track that was built by students. The pride they felt from seeing the finished product turning laps at OPS must have been an awesome feeling! This year we are instituting numerous events for the kids so that they may interact with the drivers and fans alike. Some of these programs include the all new Kids Pit Tours, Kiddee Racecar Rides, Kids Poster Contests, Kids Bike Races, and kids making cakes and presenting it personally to their favorite drivers. These are just some of the events on the schedule in 2014.
POSSIBLE NEW OPS RADIO SHOW IN 2014
I am currently in negotiations with WOXO radio in Norway, Maine on hosting a radio show on Monday nights called Down Pit Road with Dick Therrien. The show would air from 6-6:30pm on Monday nights from April through October. I am also looking at hosting Down Pit Road moments on Monday and Friday mornings. These would be mini updates of the week and weekend events. Hopefully an announcement will be forthcoming in the near future.
CONSTRUCTIVE CRTICISM
ALWAYS APPRECIATED
We all know everyone has the perfect ideas on how to run a race track, and that we are completely clueless about numerous things. I personally appreciate constructive criticism or ideas that racers, fans, sponsors and employees would enjoy seeing, and would help us to move forward in a positive direction. My door is always open. Please enter it with an open mind, and present your thoughts in a positive manner and let’s talk it through. You will get the credit for it, and who knows, if it’s great enough, a few pennies could get tossed your way.

MINI STOCKS DROPPED FROM
OPS 2014 SCHEDULE

Oxford Plains Speedway President Tom Mayberry has announced that the Mini Stock division that has been part of the Oxford Plains Speedway Championship Series that competes weekly in the Friday night portion of the racing card will not be returning in 2014.

“This has been a very difficult decision for us, stated Mayberry. The group struggled not only in numbers last year; it also struggled in being a competitive division. There were basically three competitive cars and the rest struggled to stay on the lead lap during most events. That is one reason, but the main reason is that several of these cars have become so advanced, and so high priced that in order to reel the class in, and level the playing field, we would pretty much have to write a new rulebook for each car. This makes no sense to us as we are heading in a different direction as we move forward into the future. When we made rule changes last year, ones that we thought would be better for the division, a large number of teams parked their racecars because of no foresight and total disregard for the betterment of the class and its’ future. As my new GM, Dick Therrien stated at the recent rules meeting, All I’m hearing is “me” and “I” and nobody seems to have any interest in turning the situation into a “we.”

The decision has been made to go back to square one, and present a bone stock four and six cylinder class. This class will compete in our Motor Mayhems monthly, as well as once a month on Friday nights in our Oxford Championship Series. Our goal will be to turn this new class into a regular weekly Mini Stock division within the next couple of years. The other Oxford Championship Series events will feature PASS Mods, PASS Sportsman, Dwarf Cars, Wicked Good Racing and a host of other special events.

For more information, call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865.


Oxford Plains Speedway would like to congratulate
The 2013 OPS Champions
TJ Brackett (Pro Late Models)
Ryan Robbins (Street Stocks)
Corey Morgan (Outlaw Sportsman)
Justin Larsen (Mini Stocks)
Kyle Hewins (Outlaws)
Dustin Salley (Rebels)
Cassi Marten (Sport Trucks)
Dottie Patria (Ladies)


WHO WILL BE THE SURVIVOR OF
OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY’S

“THE ULTIMATE 4 & 6 CYLINDER ENDURO”

$7,000 TO WIN
OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 2014, 2PM
PURSE: 1st: $7,000, 2nd:$2,500, 3rd:$1,500, 4th:$1,000, 5th:$750,
6th:$500, 7th:$400, 8th:$300, 9th:$200, 10th:$100

ENTRY FEES:
PRE-ENTER BEFORE 4/1/14 - $50
ENTRY FEE AFTER 4/1/14 - $75

RULES AND ENTRY BLANK CAN BE FOUND AT
 www.oxfordplains.com
207-539-8865
OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
COLOSSAL CARNAGE 150
“THE ULTIMATE 4 & 6 CYLINDER ENDURO”
SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 2014, 2PM

RULES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
*ANY 4 OR 6 CYLINDER American or foreign street car, mini-van or mini-truck allowed: All 6 cylinder cars must be front wheel drive. Only four cylinder pickup trucks allowed.
*No 4 wheel drives or all wheel drives allowed.
*All doors must be welded or chained shut.
*DOT tires only. Maximum 60 Series. Directional tires ok. Minimum treadwear 360, must have treadwear           number on tire and painted white.
*All tires must be exact same size, numbers and letters, and tire rating.
*No racing or performance parts allowed.
*Working seatbelts and approved helmets MANDATORY.
*Window net highly recommended.
*All glass (EXCLUDING WINDSHIELD) must be removed, including turn signals and headlights.
*Must run windshield stock glass, or lexan. Full screen is also legal.
*Roll Bars optional, 4 point cage highly recommended.
*No outside bars, or bars through the firewall. Rear bars may extend to rear strut towers for safety.
*No reinforced front or rearends.
*Maximum Camber on right front is 1”, NO rear camber allowed.
*All cars must have a fire extinguisher mounted within drivers reach.
*Numbers will be assigned first come, first serve basis.
*EVERY car must provide their own scorer! Please bring pencils & clipboards.

EARLY ENTRY (BY 4/1/14) $50   LATE ENTRY (AFTER 4/1/14) $75
ENTRY FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE PIT FEE ON RACEDAY

2014-COLOSSAL-CARNAGE-150-ENTRY-FORM.pdf HERE

2/4/14 >> Updated Colossal Carnage Rules PDF

MAIL TO: OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY,
P.O. BOX 184, OXFORD, ME  04270-0184

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PASS NORTH SERIES SET TO EMBARK ON AMBITIOUS 2014 SCHEDULE

PASS MASTER SCHEDULE
Pro All Stars Series President, Tom Mayberry has announced and released his 2014 PASS North schedule for the PASS Super Late Models as well as the PASS Mods, and PASS Sportsman. The series will kick off in April, and end in late September.

Oxford Plains Speedway will be the home track of the Series and the season opener on Saturday, April 12, with a rain date of Sunday, April 13th. The event will feature PASS Super Late Models, Mods, and Sportsman. A date of April 26th has been reserved in case of bad weather or wet grounds for the opener. Beech Ridge Speedway will be the next event on the card scheduled for Saturday, May 3rd. This night will feature PASS Super Late Models as well as PASS Mods and Sportsman. Star Speedway is set to return to the PASS schedule in 2014 on Saturday, May 10th with the Pass Super Late Models and PASS Mods on the card.

The PASS North Series heads across the border to Chardiere, Quebec for Round #1 of the Triple Crown Series for Super Late Models on Saturday, May 17th. The following week, May 24th, the Super Late Models head to White Mountain Motorsports Park for a 150 lap main event. The Tour will sit idle until Saturday, June 14th where there will be an event on the schedule, but track and divisions have yet to be posted.

The PASS Mods will have a stand-alone event at the Hudson Speedway, in Hudson, New Hampshire on Sunday, June 22nd. The PASS Super Late Models slide back over the border the following Saturday, June 28th for a race at Montmagny, Quebec. Saturday, July 5th will see the PASS Super Late Models and PASS Mods heading to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway to celebrate the holiday weekend.

The racers will have a week off prior to the running of the Oxford 250 weekend, July 19th-20th. The 250 will be held on Sunday afternoon, July 20th. All three PASS divisions will be in action over this giant weekend. Sunday, July 27th will see the PASS Mods back for a second engagement at the Hudson Speedway.

Tuesday, August 5th will see the PASS Super Late Models in action at Chardiere, Quebec for Round #2 in the Canadian Triple Crown Series. Following the Canadian excursion the PASS Super Late Models and PASS Mods head back to White Mountain Motorsports Park for an August 9th show.

The dates of August 23 or 24th, or August 30th have been reserved for a special event, which will be announced in the very near future. Saturday, September 6th finds the PASS Super Late Models closing out the Canadian Triple Crown Series at Chardiere, Quebec.

The giant PASS 400 Weekend returns to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway with a new format for 2014. The event will feature PASS Super Late Models, PASS Mods and Sportsman, along with several other support divisions. This year the event will be on Friday and Saturday, September 12th and 13th. Sunday, September 14th will be reserved for a rain date. The season will come to a close at Oxford Plains Speedway on Friday and Saturday nights, September 26th and 27th. This will be the weekend that the champions will be crowned in all PASS divisions plus some of the local classes will see their champions crowned as well.

2013 Oxford 250 Results - 7/21/13

1.Travis Benjamin, 2. Joey Doiron, 3. Jay Fogelman, 4. Austin Theriault,
5. Cassius Clark, 6. Tim Brackett, 7. Ben Rowe, 8. Alan Tardiff,
9. Daniel Hemric, 10. Spencer Davis, 11. Curtis Gerry, 12. Johnny Clark,
13. Mike Rowe, 14. T.J. Brackett, 15. Derek Kneeland, 16. David Oliver,
17. D.J. Shaw, 18. Shawn Martin, 19. Kelly Moore, 20. Dave Farrington, Jr.,
21. Ricky Rolfe, 22. Aaron Ricker, 23. Steven Legendre, 24. Glen Luce,
25. Tate Fogelman, 26. Adam Polvinen, 27. Kevin Powell, 28. Martin Latulippe,
29. Corey Bubar, 30. Trevor Sanborn, 31. Bryan Kruczek, 32. Larry Gelinas,
33. Kevin Roberge, 34. Sam Sessions, 35. Scott Dragon, 36. Jeremy Whorff,
37. Michael Landry, 38. Marc-Andre Cliche, 39. Scott Mulkern,
40. Don Wentworth, 41. Andy Saunders

OPS OFFICE HOURS
MONDAY - FRIDAY
9 AM - 3 PM

207-539-8865

Route 26 in
Oxford, Maine


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SCORING TRANSPONDERS

IFANYONE IS IN NEED OF A NEW SCORING TRANSPONDER, CONTACT PAUL JOHNSON AT 207-318-3850 AFTER 5PM. PRICE IS $450, RETAIL FOR $489.

2014 OPS FORMS
Colossal Carnage 150
Info & Entry Form

4/8/14 >> Updated
Colossal Carnage Rules PDF
Colossal Entries Received

Oxford 250 Entry Form
250 Entries Received

2014 License Application
2014 License Benefits
Minor Release Form
Season Passes Order Form
2014 OCS Rules
2014 OAS Rules
Tire Information
PASS North 2014 Schedule

PASS NE Late Model Series Rules
2014 OPS Go0Kart Rules PDF
2014 OPS Go-Kart License Form

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