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July 2nd & 3rd, 2024 at OPS

2024 COA 300 LAP BOARD

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BUBBA POLLARD #26 TARGETS
THE CELEBRATION OF AMERICA 300
Naples ME - April 25th  -  Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) have now received more than 40 entries for the 1st Annual All That's Metal 300 at office headquarters. Number nine on the entry list goes to the ever popular Senoia, Georgia driver Andrew "Bubba" Pollard who is no stranger to Oxford Plains Speedway and will now visit the speedway twice in 2024.

Pollard first tested the waters of the famed Rte 26 3/8 mile oval back in 2018, and came away a winner of the prestigious 45th annual Oxford 250. The driver of car 26 has returned each year since attempting to score the big win again. With a second marquee event on the schedule, this gives the traveling racer another shot at mastering the tricky oval once again.

The 37-year-old grassroots driver is owner of well over 100 wins and 13 championships all across the country, and has set his sights on pocketing the $40,000 winners pay day on July 3rd. Pollard, known for his extensive travel schedule and penchant for winning the big races, is a threat to win anytime the number 26 rolls onto the track.

"Anytime you can get a driver the caliber of Bubba Pollard at your race you know you're in for a treat," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "He is a fan favorite and has always been a factor every time he comes and races with us. I am sure he would love to be the inaugural winner of the 300."

Pollard, who has amassed a resume of big wins that would rival anyone, certainly relishes the chance to test his metal against some of the best in the business. The obvious Kyle Busch and Daniel Hemric will surely be on his radar, but so will accomplished drivers like Johnny Clark, Derek Griffith, and the legendary King of Oxford, Mike Rowe. The fickle asphalt has a way of taming even the hottest drivers.

The All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 (
www.allthatsmetal.com) will also feature a lap leader contingency. COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE. All 300 laps will be available for purchase at only $50 per lap meaning the July 3rd winner of the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 could take home nearly $50,000!

To buy a lap or a few, or take advantage of marketing opportunities at the All That's Metal 300 or the Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at OPSmarketing50@gmail.com.   COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE.

Oxford Plains Speedway is the largest spectator sporting facility in Maine with a capacity of over 14,000 people. The 3/8-mile asphalt oval located in Oxford, Maine is celebrating its 75th year of racing in 2024.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please contact passracing@roadrunner.com  or call Jason Ricker 704-881-4429.


Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series and the PASS MODS touring series on Facebook.

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CUP DRIVER DANIEL HEMRIC JOINS
KYLE BUSCH IN POSTING AN ENTRY FOR
THE CELEBRATION OF AMERICA 300
Naples ME - April 23th  -  Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) announced today they have received an official entry from NASCAR Cup Series Driver Daniel Hemric for the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 scheduled for July 2nd and 3rd. Hemric, becomes the 2nd NASCAR Cup Series driver to enter the 1st annual event, joining Richard Childress racing driver Kyle Busch.

The 33-year-old 2021 Xfinity series champion is the current driver for the number 31 Cup series car fielded by Kaulig racing. Hemric will be driving the car normally driven by Derek Kneeland and owned by Mike Bryant of Windham as they chase the $40,000 winner's purse.

"We are very happy to welcome Daniel back to Oxford Plains Speedway," said PASS president Tom Mayberry. "Last time he was here around 10 years ago he showed a lot of speed. He will be a great addition to the race."

Hemric is a 6-time winner on the PASS South Tour and competed in the 2014 Oxford 250 where he finished 24th.The following season he advanced into the NASCAR Truck Series.

"Daniel expressed an interest in coming to the 300 in July when he heard about the race," said Busch spotter Derek Kneeland. "So, I made a call to my car owner and pretty quickly a deal was done to bring him to the race."

The Kannapolis native becomes the 42nd entry into what is shaping up to be another big marquee event for Oxford Plains Speedway. Hemric is also the third "Southern" driver to enter the fold joining 2017 Oxford 250 winner Bubba Pollard and the aforementioned Kyle Busch.

Tickets for the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 will be available the day of the race and will be general admission and priced at $25 for adults for Tuesday's preliminary qualifying rounds, and $40 for Wednesday's feature action.

Also, in action over the two days will be the New England Super Modified Series racing for 100 laps and $10,000 to win along with other support divisions to be announced. A full event schedule will be released in the coming weeks. For those wishing to stay on the grounds, camping information is posted.

Please watch the websites at www.oxfordplains.com and www.proallstarsseries.com for more updates.

The All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 (www.allthatsmetal.com) will also feature a lap leader contingency. COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE. All 300 laps will be available for purchase at only $50 per lap meaning the July 3rd winner of the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 could take home nearly $50,000!

To buy a lap or a few, or take advantage of marketing opportunities at the All That's Metal 300 or the Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at OPSmarketing50@gmail.com.   COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE.

Oxford Plains Speedway is the largest spectator sporting facility in Maine with a capacity of over 14,000 people. The 3/8-mile asphalt oval located in Oxford, Maine is celebrating its 75th year of racing in 2024.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please contact passracing@roadrunner.com  or call Jason Ricker 704-881-4429.

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series and the PASS MODS touring series on Facebook.

coldbrooktrailers.com

www.allthatsmetal.com
NASCAR CHAMPION KYLE BUSCH ENTERS
THE CELEBRATION OF AMERICA 300
Naples ME - April 20th  -  Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) announced today they have received an official entry from two-time NASCAR Cup Champion Kyle Busch for the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 scheduled for July 2nd and 3. The super-star driver, often referred to as "Rowdy", becomes entry number 41 on the list as excitement continues to build for the first annual $40,000 to win event.

"A few of us have been talking about doing this race with Kyle for a couple of months now," said former Cup owner Archie St. Hilaire. "Kyle loves competing at Oxford Plains Speedway and we were finally able to get the right combination of people involved to make it happen."

The effort is a collaboration between Busch and Archie St Hilaire of Go Fas Racing, Peter Petit of Petit Motorsports, Busch's Cup spotter Derek Kneeland, and Cushman Competition who will field the car. Primary support will come from Keen Parts, and Weirs Buick GMC through its Fischer Snow Plow brand.

"TJ and Tom Keen really like to support short track racing, and one of the ways they are able to do that is bring in drivers like Kyle to these races to help give them a boost," said St Hilaire. "Between them and all the others involved we were able to make it work for everyone."

Busch is the owner of 231 wins in the top three NASCAR divisions, including 102 in the Xfinity series, 66 in the Truck series, and 63 in the top-level Cup series. While Busch's day job is centered on NASCAR, the 38-year-old Las Vegas native is also well known for entering bigger races at the grassroots level, especially those that carry a little extra prominence like the 1st annual All That's Metal Celebration of America 300. Busch is already a two-time winner at OPS sweeping both the PASS 150 and Oxford 250 back in 2011.

"We are absolutely thrilled that Kyle wants to be a part of our first 300," said PASS president and Oxford Plains Speedway owner Tom Mayberry. "A lot of people in that group worked really hard to put this deal together. It think it's going to be great for the fans and the competitors."

Busch will drive the Cushman Competition car that Austin Teras wheeled to three victories at Oxford Plains Speedway in 2023. The car will be re-numbered to the driver's traditional short track number 51 that "Rowdy" has made popular throughout the last 15 years of barnstorming short track special events.

The All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 (www.allthatsmetal.com) will also feature a lap leader contingency.
COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE. All 300 laps will be available for purchase at only $50 per lap meaning the July 3rd winner of the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 could take home nearly $50,000!

For his part, Busch is coming to the first annual race with the intention of winning. It is not uncommon to see the NASCAR star climb from behind the wheel of his Super Late Model and begin wrenching on the car himself to make improvements. It's no secret that Busch is a racer who not only loves to race, but loves to win races, and will not skimp on his efforts to be standing in victory lane come July 3rd.

Tickets for the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 will be available the day of the race and will be general admission and priced at $25 for adults for Tuesdays preliminary qualifying rounds and $40 for Wednesday's feature action.

Also in action over the two days will be the New England Super Modified Series (NESS) racing for 100 laps and $10,000 to win along with other support divisions to be announced. A full event schedule will be released in the coming weeks. For those wishing to stay on the grounds, camping information is posted.

Please watch the websites at www.oxfordplains.com and www.proallstarsseries.com for more updates.

To buy a lap or a few, or take advantage of marketing opportunities at the All That's Metal 300 or the Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at OPSmarketing50@gmail.com.   COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE.

Weirs Buick GMC is proud to be Southern Maine's choice for Fisher Plows. For More information call (207) 849-8007 or visit  www.weirsgmc.com or facebook.com/WeirsMotorSalesInc.

Keen Parts has over 18,000 Corvette parts and accessories in their inventory because Corvettes are all they do. For more information in Keen Parts call 1-800-757-Keen and visit www.www.keenparts.com or facebook.com/KeenParts.

Oxford Plains Speedway is the largest spectator sporting facility in Maine with a capacity of over 14,000 people. The 3/8-mile asphalt oval located in Oxford, Maine is celebrating its 75th year of racing in 2024.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please contact passracing@roadrunner.com  or call Jason Ricker 704-881-4429.

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series and the PASS MODS touring series on Facebook.

coldbrooktrailers.com

www.allthatsmetal.com
All Thatís Metal To Be Title Sponsor of the
$40,000-to-win Celebration of America 300
Naples, ME - Jan. 11 -- Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced today that Maine based roofing and siding company All That's Metal has signed on to become the title sponsor of the $40,000- to-win Celebration of America 300. Scheduled for July 2nd and 3rd 2024 at Oxford Plains Speedway, The All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 will boast nearly $140,000 in total purse money making it one of the richest asphalt short track races in America.

"We are thrilled to have All That's Metal as the title sponsor for this first annual event," said PASS president Tom Mayberry. "One of our goals with this race was to provide another marquis event at Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS), while partnering with outstanding companies that represent the American way. All That's Metal fits that mold perfectly."

With over 45 years of experience, All That's Metal is ready to be your trusted partner for your metal roofing and wall panel projects of any size and scope. Their high-quality metal roofing and wall panels systems are offered in a variety of colors and styles and backed up with a 40-year warranty. Stop into the showroom at 893 Coldbrook Road in Hermon to see the full selection. allthatsmetal.com

As a part of the announcement, Mayberry went on to say that July 2nd will be qualifying day with a pair of 75 lap events locking in the Top 15 each into the big show. "We really want to make sure that the preliminary events are a show in itself," he said. "We will have support classes present, but we really wanted to make the Tuesday portion of this program is a big event for the Super Late Models too."

Asked about the choice of a mid-week show vs the traditional Saturday-Sunday, Mayberry explained the desire to make this a destination race that people could plan a vacation around. "July 4th week is a big vacation week for a lot of families," said Mayberry. "With the race in the middle of the week it allows people to come for a couple days or stay the whole week if they chose. What better way to celebrate America then spending it at the track watching some great racing?"

OPS will be in weekly action June 29th with their annual Independence Day Fireworks celebration, likely to be the only fireworks show in the state on that date. As previously cited, Tuesday is qualifying for the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300. The 300 and support divisions will run features on July 3rd.

With the Super Late Models off on Saturday the 6th, The PASS MODS take center stage for their 100 lap $2000 to win special, along with local racing action and an enduro. With four race dates in eight days, fans will have the opportunity to see a wide variety of racing in a short amount of time.

All That's Metal manufactures their metal panels and trim right in their facility in Hermon, Maine with steel that is made in the USA. They can offer both standard and custom sizes! They also keep a wide variety of screws, snow stops, metal caulking, and metal accessories including blades and cutting tools in stock at all times! The Best Metal Roof and Wall Systems in the business can be found at All That's Metal with same/next day turn around!

The All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 will also feature the ever popular lap leader program made popular at OPS since 1981 with the Oxford 250. All 300 laps with be available for purchase at only $50 per lap with half going to the leader of each sponsored lap with the other half going to support the purse. The July 3rd Winner of the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 could take home up to $47,500!
  2024 COA 300 LAP BOARD

Coldbrook Trailer Sales has also been announced as an associate sponsor for the first year event. Coldbrook Trailers & Equipment offer's some of the best deals on utility trailers and used equipment in the Bangor area! Their lineup of new trailers from Delta, BigTex, Nitro, K-Trail and NexHaul, includes utility trailers, enclosed trailers, snowmobile trailers, construction trailers, and dump trailers. Coldbook also has a great selection of used trailers and used equipment that is clean, inspected and ready to go.

Details on support divisions and camping will be released in the near future. To take advantage of marketing opportunities at the Pro All Stars Series or Oxford Plains Speedway or to buy a lap or many please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at OPSmarketing50@gmail.com.

All That's Metal can be reached at 207-945-1801.  Visit allthatsmetal.com, facebook.com/allthatsmetalme, coldbrooktrailers.com, and facebook.com/coldbrooktrailers.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please contact passracing@roadrunner.com  or call Jason Ricker 704-881-4429

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series and the PASS MODS touring series on Facebook.

coldbrooktrailers.com