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

with HP Hood Super Late Model Qualifying

Oxford, Maine - Glen Luce of Turner scored an emotional victory, and a $30,000-plus payday, in Sunday's 42nd Annual AIM Recycling USA Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway.

For Luce, who once finished second to NASCAR star Kevin Harvick in the annual classic, it was not only a career highlight, but a dream come true for someone who grew up at the historic Maine racetrack.

After drawing a dead-last starting spot in his heat race, Luce worked his way into fourth place, earning the 22nd starting position in the 250. Twice he worked his way into contention before pitting for tires, first for a pair, later for a full, fresh set.

After outgunning Berwick's Joey Doiron for the lead, Luce outran Manchester teenager Reid Lanpher to the checkered flag. For both Luce and Lanpher it was a career-best PASS Super Late Model finish, coming in the biggest-paying race of the year.

Luce and Lanpher were chased to the checkered flag by Ben Lynch, a New Hampshire native now living in North Carolina. Six-time PASS North Super Late Model champion Johnny Clark of Farmingdale ended up in fourth position. The top five was filled out by 50-lap last chance race winner Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., who started the 250-lapper in 34th position.

Cassius Clark earned a sixth-place finish in the Rollie MacDonald 13. Wayne Helliwell, Jr ended up in seventh after leading more than half the race, earning a hefty bonus in lap leader awards. Helliwell also turned in the fastest lap of the race. Rounding out the top ten were Corey Bubar of Windham, David Oliver of Standish and East Parsonsfield's Trevor Sanborn.

Evan Armington of Lovell won the 25-lap race for OPS Mods on Saturday night and then backed that up with a 40-lap victory for PASS Modified tour points on Sunday afternoon in the Pro All Stars Series lone open-wheel series.

Armington was chased under the checkered flag by reigning series champion Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire, driving the Sumner Sessions 0. Jimmy Emerson of Windham led the early stages of the race, finishing up in third position. Ryan Robbins of Dixfield and Newburgh's Scott Alexander rounded out the top five.

Josh Childs of Oxford won for the second straight night in Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock competition, outrunning Bryce Mains of Naples to the checkered flag. Dan Brown of Peru earned the third-place trophy, in front of Turner's Calvin Rose, Jr. and David Whittier of Poland.

Ryan Kuhn of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts raced to his first-ever INEX Legends Cars win. Kuhn outgunned Jolicure, New Brunswick competitor Corey Hall for the victory, with Hall claiming runner-up honors after leading most of the 25-lapper. Nicholas Naugle of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia finished third for the second straight night at OPS. Early race leader Austin Teras of Windham ended up in fourth place, followed by Emily Meehan of Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia.

David Cook of Livermore Falls started from the pole and led all the way in a special, 50-lap race for the MacDonald Motors Runnin' Rebel class. Kyle Hewins of Leeds won an entertaining, race-long battle for runner-up honors with the winner's brother, Derek Cook of Livermore Falls. Matthew Mahar of Buckfield and Auburn's Cody Childs rounded out the top five in an event with a lot of paint-swapping throughout the top ten.

Oxford Plains Speedway is located on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine. For more information visit oxfordplains.com or call (207) 539-8865.

1) 7L - Glen Luce - 250 Laps
2) 59 - Reid Lanpher - 250
3) 7n - Ben Lynch - 250
4) 54 - Johnny Clark - 250
5) 97 - Joey Polewarczyk - 250
6) 13 - Cassius Clark - 250
7) 27nh - Wayne Helliwell - 250
8) 42 - Corey Bubar - 250
9) 21 - David Oliver - 250
10) 77 - Trevor Sanborn - 250
11) 00 - Bryan Kruczek - 250
12) 47 - Kelly Moore - 250
13) 94 - Shawn Martin - 249
14) 25 - Shawn Knight - 249
15) 129 - Spencer Davis - 249
16) 60b - Tim Brackett - 249
17) 53x - Cole Butcher - 249
18) 22 - Scott Farrington - 248
19) 48 - Bobby Timmons - 248
20) 94x - Garett Hall - 247
21) 2m - Matt Matheson - 247
22) 36 - Scott Robbins - 247
23) 71qc - Raphael Lessard - 247
24) 66ma - Eddie MacDonald - 246
25) 7 - Mike Rowe - 245
26) 51 - Christopher Bell - 245
27) 17 - Travis Benjamin - 243
28) 66vt - Jason Corliss - 224
29) 09 - Jeremy Davis - 212
30) 44 - Kyle Treadwell - 195
31) 73 - Joey Doiron - 192
32) 15 - Mike Hopkins - 190
33) 84 - Scott Mulkern - 188
34) 88 - Jeff Taylor - 167
35) 55vt - Brent Dragon - 122
36) 35 - Derek Ramstrom - 112
37) 4s - Jeremy Whorff - 100
38) 3 - Vanna Brackett - 99
39) 8f - Tate Fogleman - 34
40) 4n - Ben Rowe - 32
41) 1 - Tyler Dipple - 31

PASS Modified (40 laps)
1 9 Evan Armington, Lovell; 2 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 3 12 Jimmy Emerson, Windham; 4 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 5 17 Scott Alexander, Newburgh; 6 64 Matty Sanborn, Westbrook; 7 33 Billy Dixon, Waterboro; 8 25 Bruce Helmoth, Wales; 9 2 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin.

Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock (30 laps)
1 3 Josh Childs, Oxford; 2 63 Bryce Mains, Naples; 3 83 Dan Brown, Peru; 4 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 5 58 David Whittier, West Poland; 6 24 Jonathan Emerson, Sabattus; 7 6 David Cameron, Alfred; 8 5 Guy Childs, Sr., Sabattus; 9 4 Jordan Russell, Norway; 10 36 Rick Spaulding, Lisbon; 11 71 Jason LaValley, Auburn; 12 23 Zach Emerson, Sabattus; 13 33 Andrew Breton, Sabattus; 14 04 Zach Bowie, Greene.

INEX Legends Cars (25 laps)
1 72 Ryan Kuhn, East Bridgewater, MA; 2 08 Corey Hall, Jolicure, New Brunswick; 3 88 Nicholas Naugle, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; 4 29 Austin Teras, Windham; 5 75 Emily Meehan, Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia; 6 6 Adam Meehan, Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia; 7 4 Thomas Everson, Gilmanton, NH; 8 27 Roger Edgecomb, Hiram; 9 70 Tyler Braunschweig, West Newfields; 10 28 Kevin Oliver, Gray; 11 1 Todd Libby, West Baldwin; 12 51 Braden Langille, Schubenacadie, Nova Scotia; 13 80 Dylan Varney, Windham; 14 67 Zach Godbout, Mount Vernon; 15 72 Mike Humphrey, Cornish; 16 21 Parker Varney, Windham; 17 96 Richard Humphrey, Parsonsfield; 18 60 Anthony Pagliarulo, Groveland, MA; 19 00 Cole Boudreau, Chipman, New Brunswick.

MacDonald Motors Runnin’ Rebel (50 laps)
1 44 David Cook, Livermore Falls; 2 51 Kyle Hewins, Leeds; 3 44x Derek Cook, Livermore Falls; 4 0 Matthew Mahar, Buckfield; 5 94 Cody Childs, Auburn; 6 18 Dustin Salley, Poland; 7 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford; 8 2 Shaun Hinkley, Oxford; 9 41 Jeff Walker, Saco; 10 11 Cam Childs, Leeds; 11 6 Cody White, Buckfield; 12 2x Wade Worster, West Newfields; 13 5 Jacob Hall, Oxford; 14 48 David Luce, n/a; 15 1x Derek McKeen, n/a; 16 52 Mike Nichols, Livermore Falls; 17 8x Justin McKeen, n/a; 18 58 David Greenleaf, Westport Island; 19 7x Albert Smith, Jr., South Paris; 20 69 Randy Green, Norway; 21 56 Adrianna McDaniel, Bridgton; 22 42 David Stone, Jr., Springvale; 23 14 Randy Pimpare, n/a; 24 15 Nathan Dubuc, Lewiston; 25 50 Charlie Hall, Oxford; 26 19 Zach Audet, Skowhegan; 27 55 Craig Pyy, n/a.

Pasteryak, Wells Win on 250 Eve
at Oxford Plains Speedway

Oxford, Maine - Chris Pasteryak of Jewett City, Connecticut raced to victory in Saturday night's 100-lap Valenti Modified Racing Series feature race, headlining the Dunkin' Donuts night crowd at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Pasteryak was the dominant car in the race, easily outrunning Kevin Iannarelli of Groton, Massachusetts to the checkered flag. Les Hinckley of Windsor Locks, Connecticut was third, followed by Russ Hersey of Swanzey, New Hampshire and Donnie Lashua of Canaan, New Hampshire.

Toby Wells of Dublin, New Hampshire continued his dominance of North East Mini Stock Tour competition, winning handily. Matt Sonnhalter of East Thetford, Vermont claimed runner-up honors, with Jamie Heath of Waterford third across the finish line. Heywood Harriott of Gorham, New Hampshire and Justin Trombley of Winter Harbor rounded out the top five.

Josh Childs of Oxford broke a recent dry spell, picking up his sixth win of the season in Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock action. Championship points leader Zach Emerson of Sabattus mounted a late challenge, but settled for a second-place finish in front of Greene's Zach Bowie. Andrew Breton of Sabattus and West Poland's David Whittier filled out the top five.

Evan Armington of Lovell won his second OPS Mods main event of the season, outrunning Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire to the checkered flag. Championship points leader Ryan Robbins of Dixfield was third, with Newburgh's Scott Alexander just nipping Matty Sanborn of Westbrook for fourth position.

Cole Boudreau of Chipman, New Brunswick led a Canadian sweep of the podium positions in INEX Legends Cars competition. Emily Meehan of Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia earned a second straight runner-up finish at OPS in the 25-lapper. Nicholas Naugle of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia took the third-place trophy. Mike Humphrey of Cornish and Ryan Kuhn from East Bridgewater, Massachusetts rounded out the top five.

Eddie Gilman of Sandown, New Hampshire also won his second straight OPS race in the Classic Lites finale. Doug Dawkins of Haverhill, Massachusetts earned runner-up spoils, in front of Plaistow, New Hampshire's Eric Skofield. Duane Skofield and Tom Harton of Barington, New Hampshire completed the top five rundown.

Mark Theriault and Arthur Hannaford won 20-lap races for the Wicked Good Vintage Racers.

Unofficial results from Oxford Plains Speedway; Saturday, August 29, 2015.
(Finishing position, car number, driver's name, home town.)

Valenti Modified Racing Series (100 laps
) 1 5 Chris Pasteryak, Jewett City, CT; 2 27 Kevin Iannarelli, Groton, MA; 3 25 Les Hinckley, Windsor Locks, CT; 4 88 Russ Hersey, Swanzey, NH; 5 17 Donnie Lashua, Canaan, NH; 6 89 Matt Swanson, Acton, MA; 7 42 Jon McKennedy, Chelmsford, MA; 8 96 Dennis Perry, Pawcatuck, RI; 9 53 Norm Wrenn, Nashua, NH; 10 05 Todd Patnode, Richmond, NH; 11 85 Anthony Nocella, Woburn, MA; 12 19 David Schneider, Northport, NY; 13 43 Kirk Alexander, Swanzey, NH; 14 50 Carl Medeiros, Jr., Westport, MA; 15 4 Tony Ricci, Westbrook; 16 45 Dan Meservey, Jr., Brewster, MA; 17 3 Bill Dixon, Waterboro; 18 93 George Sherman, Framingham, MA; 19 38 Mike Willis, Jr., Grantham, NH; 20 81 Josh Cantara, Alfred; 21 12 Todd Annarummo, Swansea, MA; 22 55 Joe Doucette, Framingham, MA; 23 52 Bruce Haley, Minot' 24 77 Matthew Mead, Richmond, NH.

NEMST AJ Roberti Memorial Race (50 laps)
1 2 Toby Wells, Dublin, NH; 2 33 Matt Sonnhalter, East Thetford, VT; 3 20 Jamie Heath, Waterford; 4 17 Heywood Harriott, Gorham, NH; 5 34 Justin Trombley, Winter Harbor; 6 18 Jacob Rheaume, Rochester, NH; 7 6 Ben Rowe, Turner; 8 52 Damon Dustin, Buckfield; 9 24 Joe Baxter, Pascoag, RI; 10 07 Pete Zakarite, Niantic, CT; 11 83 Brady Romano, Livermore Falls; 12 18 Justin Larsen, Peru; 13 77 Ashley Marshall, Jay; 14 2 Butch Keene, Turner; 15 90 Desmond Skillings, Antrim, NH; 16 43 Dana Shepard, Putney, VT; 17 22 Shaun Waites, Raymond, NH; 18 20 Shawn Kimball, Augusta; 19 38 Cristofer King, Derry, NH; 20 12 Darrell Moore, Oxford; 21 61 Chris Morris, Poland; 22 55 Nick Anderson, Oxford, MA; 23 2 Rob Greenleaf, West Bath.

Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock (30 laps
) 1 3 Josh Childs, Oxford; 2 23 Zach Emerson, Sabattus; 3 04 Zach Bowie, Greene; 4 33 Andrew Breton, Sabattus; 5 58 David Whittier, West Poland; 6 36 Rick Spaulding, Lisbon; 7 20 Peter Huston, Lisbon Falls; 8 6 David Cameron, Alfred; 9 8 Calvin Rose, Jr., Turner; 10 4 Jordan Russell, Notway; 11 63 Bryce Mains, Naples; 12 71 Jason LaValley, Auburn; 13 56 Mike Short, Auburn; 14 03 Zack Dresser, Oxford; 15 14 Michael Roe, West Paris; 16 24 Jonathan Emerson, Sabattus.

OPS Mods (25 laps
) 1 9 Evan Armington, Lovell; 2 0 Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; 3 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 4 17 Scott Alexander, Newburgh; 5 64 Matty Sanborn, Westbrook; 6 12 Jimmy Emerson, Windham; 7 05 Ron Henry, New Gloucester; 8 2 Randy Sanborn, West Baldwin; 9 25 Bruce Helmoth, Wales; 10 4 Nik Coates, Turner.

INEX Legends Cars (25 laps)
1 00 Cole Boudreau, Chipman, New Brunswick; 2 75 Emily Meehan, Rawdon Gold Mines, Nova Scotia; 3 88 Nicholas Naugle, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; 4 72 Mike Humphrey, Cornish; 5 72 Ryan Kuhn, East Bridgewater, MA; 6 08 Corey Hall, Jolicure, New Brunswick; 7 29 Austin Teras, Windham; 8 33 Alan Smith, Lincoln; 9 70 Tyler Braunschweig, West Newfields; 10 27 Roger Edgecomb, Hiram; 11 6 Adam Meehan, Rawson Gold Mines, Nova Scotia; 12 80 Dylan Varney, Windham; 13 67 Zack Godbout, Mount Vernon; 14 4 Thomas Everson, Gilmanton, NH; 15 21 Parker Varney, Windham; 16 96 Kyle Whitman, Limington; DNS 7 Steve Benincasa, Buxton; DNS 51 Braden Lugille, Schubanicadie, Nova Scotia.

Classic Lites (25 laps)
1 0 Eddie Gilman, Sandown, NH; 2 94 Doug Dawkins, Haverhill, MA; 3 18 Eric Skofield, Plaistow, NH; 4 30 Duane Skofield, Plaistow, NH; 5 85 Tom Harton, Barington, NH; 6 01 Sam Gilman, Barrington, NH; 7 33 Kevin Merrifield, New Boston, NH; 8 98 Joe Jinero, Plaistow, NH; 9 11 Jim Ayotte, Claremont, NH; 10 38 Bret Mace, n/a; 11 25 Chris Sullivan, Barrington, NH; 12 9 Bill Mattatall, Barrington, NH.

Wicked Good Vintage Racing Late Model/Modified (20 laps)
1 73 Mark Theriault, n/a; 2 82 Bobby Symonds, Casco; 3 1 Neil Martin, Freeport.

Wicked Good Vintage Racing outlaws (20 laps)
1 71 Arthur Hannaford, Hollis; 2 3 Paul Pierce, Lincolnville; 3 86 Ryan Chadwick, Bristol.



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Entry forms, the complete weekend schedule, and more detailed information can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com and oxfordplains.com.

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

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com.

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

42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250
To Be Broadcast Live on Speed51.com
Naples, ME - For many years now, race fans throughout the country have been telling their friends, "I wish there was a way to watch live video of the Oxford 250." In 2015, those wishes will come true.

Speed51.com, the Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway are pleased to announce that the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 will be able to seen around the world via a live pay-per-view broadcast on 51 TV, the online video streaming service on Speed51.com powered by JEGS.

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

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

"The AIM Recycling Oxford 250 is big in its own right, but now this makes it even bigger," said Tom Mayberry, owner of the Pro All Stars Series. "So many people come to this race each year, but so many more cannot. Now people all over the country that can't make it, for whatever reason, will be able to watch it through Speed51.com.

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

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

Currently, 53 drivers are on the entry list for the biggest Super Late Model event in the Northeast and many expect there to be 70-80 cars attempting to qualify on August 30. The entry list currently reads like a who's who in Super Late Model racing with recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series winner Christopher Bell, current PASS North points leader Mike Rowe and defending PASS North champion DJ Shaw being just a handful of drivers hoping to end two-time defending race winner Travis Benjamin's bid at three straight wins.

"The Oxford 250 is one of the crown jewel events of short track racing," said Bob Dillner, Executive Editor of Speed51.com. "I've been to the race as a fan and as a competitor, so now I'm personally excited to be there to bring it to fans on a streaming video broadcast to a worldwide audience. We will have multiple cameras to bring a network-style feel to everyone watching from home, work or while they are out and about."

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

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

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

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

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

On Sunday, it will be the granddaddy of them all, the 42nd Annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 live on Speed51.com. The live broadcast will kick off with a pre-race show and continue until the winner of the $25,000 race is crowned.

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

51 TV is the live-event broadcasting arm of Speed51.com, the "100% Short Track Racing" news leader. To order the live AIM Recycling 250 click here.

Advertising inquiries about 51 TV's live broadcast of the Oxford 250 can be sent to Speed51.com's Director of Business, Jana Wimmer at jana@speed51.com. For more information on 51 TV, visit www.speed51.com.
2015 Oxford 250 Camping Policy

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

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

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

Pricing Structure

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

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

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

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