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The Oxford OCS 2024 Banquet will be held on
Friday, November 15 at the Hilton Garden Inn
Riverwatch in Auburn, Maine. We will start
taking ticket orders on October 1.
Save the date. More info to follow.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4th, 2024

piersonheatingandcooling.com

Pierson Heating and Cooling to Sponsor
 8/4 PASS Race & Special Year-End Awards

Naples ME - 4/1/24  -  Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced today that Pierson Heating and Cooling has sponsored four new special awards for all three of the of the PASS sanctioned touring divisions. The Pierson Heating and Cooling Winners Circle, Rookie of the Year, Hard Charger, and Fastest Lap of the Race will be awarded at the year-end banquet to each tour's overall winner in each of the four categories. PASS officials also announced the August 4th PASS Race at Oxford Plains Speedway will be known as the Pierson Heating and Cooling 150.

"We are excited to be able to provide some extra recognition at our year end banquets for all three tours," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "Teams seem to really like these awards at Oxford and we hope the tours will too. We are thrilled to welcome Pierson Heating and Cooling to these awards and to a PASS race."

Pierson Heating and Cooling is family owned and operated HVAC company serving central and southern Maine for all your5 heating and cooling needs. They specialize in heat pumps and boilers as well as any type of repairs to your current systems. Pierson Heating and Cooling will set you up with a high-quality heat pump, and take care of any maintenance to help you stay comfortable at home with excellent results at affordable prices.

The August 4th race at Oxford Plains Speedway will be the final PASS race before the 51st annual Oxford 250 slated for later that month. Traditionally, many drivers use it as a last opportunity to tune up for the big show on the 25th. A New England Super Modified (NESS) Race presented by Sherm Arnold's Flooring and the Kennebec Equipment Rental PASS MODS 60 lapper are also on the card that evening.

Drivers competing in points paying races starting at Thompson will be eligible for the year end plaques. The Pierson Heating Winners Circle will award the driver with the most wins on each tour, while the rookie of the year will celebrate the highest point totaling rookies. The Hard Charger award will be presented to the drivers passing the most cars throughout the season while the Fastest Lap Award will go to the driver setting the most fast times throughout the season.

"I've been around racing my whole life," said owner Tony Pierson. "I couldn't think of a better way to give back then to do a PASS race and be a part of something new on the tours."

The PASS SLM tour consists of 16 events throughout the season including the Oxford 250 and the 1st annual All That's Metal 300 on July 2nd and 3rd. The upstart NESS supermodifieds will compete 14 times with a 100 lap race in July 3rd, and the Star Classic on September 13th and 14th. The resurgent Kennebec Equipment Rental PASS MODS will have a 100 lap race, two 60 lap races, and a triple crown as a part of their 12 race series.

All the action starts on April 6th at Thompson Speedway in Connecticut as a part of the 50th annual Icebreaker weekend.

For more information on Pierson Heating and cooling or to get a free estimate call 207-329-6388 or check them out online and social media at; piersonheatingandcooling.com or facebook.com/piersonhcmaine.

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.

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, the PASS MODS touring series, and Oxford Plains Speedway on Facebook.
July 2nd & 3rd, 2024 at OPS

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.

www.coldbrooktrailers.com
SUNDAY, JUNE 9th - 1:30 PM

midcoastexcavation.com
Mid-Coast Excavation To Sponsor
150 Lap SLM RACE at OPS on June 9th
Oxford, ME -- Officials at Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) are very pleased to welcome back Mid-Coast Excavation for the 2024 season. The June 9th PASS race at OPS will be sponsored by the excavation company out of Bath. The Mid-Coast Excavation 150 is slated to be the sixth race of the 16 race PASS North tour and the second visit on the year to OPS.

Mid-Coast Excavation is a multi-generation, family owned and operated Construction and Excavation Company that serves the residential and commercial markets in the beautiful Mid-Coast of Maine and surrounding areas. Specializing in Commercial and Residential Construction & Excavation Services they believe that success is built from the ground up. In order to stand the test of time, a solid foundation must be laid. Their wide range of construction services are building blocks to a solid future and Mid-Coast Excavation proudly continues their legacy of four generations of experience in commercial and residential construction services.

From start to finish, they use strategic planning skills and an efficient process to get the job done. Their DEP certified team is equipped to clear the way and to help you build a strong future.

Please go see all that Mid-Coast Excavation has to offer at midcoastexcavation.com or at facebook.com/midcoast.excavation. Or give them a call at 207-389-4735.

Post time for the June 9th Mid-Coast 150 is 1:30 PM.

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.

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: facebook.com/ProAllStarsSeries
facebook.com/p/Official-Page-of-Oxford-Plains-Speedway, and
facebook.com/p/PASS-MODS-Touring-Series
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Update on "Bottle Cap Crate"
2024 SLM Engine Option
Dec, 27 - Naples, ME - Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) provided an update today on the new "Bottle Cap Crate" engine option that will be available for all PASS competitors for the 2024 season. The "Bottle Cap Crate" option was rolled out to competitors in early November and sales have been brisk.

PASS President Tom Mayberry commented about the new engine package option, "We are really. really happy with the initial round of orders for these motors. We have already had 15 or 16 teams order an engine, and we are getting calls and emails almost every day for more."

Each engine purchased through the PASS sealed engine program comes straight from GM to the PASS approved engine builder, LCM Racing Engines, for a dyno break-in and test. LCM sets the timing, performs a 4-hour break-in procedure, and then seals each motor with TWO PASS-specific seals registered with the sanctioning body. Teams simply provide their own fuel pump and distributor and then can pick up a race ready engine to drop into their cars and go.

"We felt like it was important to provide a good break-in procedure to verify that each engine is performing at its optimum level when it leaves the LCM Engine Shop," Said Mayberry. "LCM has agreed to do this at a discounted rate so we can keep the total cost to teams under $10k."

Teams running the "Bottle Cap Crate"  option will be afforded a 25 lb. weight break at every track on the PASS schedule, with additional breaks at Thompson and New Hampshire Motor Speedway TBD.
Mayberry went on to say there will be another order placed with GM within the next month or so to accommodate the ever growing interest for both the PASS tour and weekly competition at Oxford Plains Speedway.

The 602 "Bottle Cap"  crate motor option for PASS MODS was also rolled out less than a month ago and interest has been high there as well. "We had one driver order one right away, and we have had several more calls from drivers in need of a fresh motor who want to order very soon," said Mayberry. "PASS MODS race a little less than the SLM's so an engine may last a team a little longer. But as they wear out, it's a great way for them to get a sealed motor and get a weight break. It's the same engine they are already running, just with a seal so we know it has not been tampered with."

To place your order, please contact the Offices of PASS at (207) 693-6497 or passracing@roadrunner.com before February 1st, or contact Tom and Mike Mayberry to get your name on this list, For technical questions please call Louie Mechalides at 978-265-2630


For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please contact passracing@roadrunner.com.

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

To take advantage of marketing opportunities at the Pro All Stars Series or Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at opsmarketing@yahoo.com
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Open Comp 200 Slated for

Friday of 250 Weekend

Jan. 2 - Naples, ME -- Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) have announced another marquis event as a part of the 51st annual Oxford 250 weekend August 23-25. A $10,000-to-win open competition 200 lap event for Super Late Models will the headline the Friday card night of the biggest weekend of the year.

"We wanted to give teams another big race with big money as a part of the biggest weekend of the year," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "Adding in the twist of an open competition will make strategy and ingenuity a factor in the outcome of the race."

A few minimal rules will be enforced by technical inspectors, allowing teams to think outside the box on both strategy, setups, and overall package. All cars will weigh 2750 with 58% left side weight, have a template style body with a clear spoiler, a tread width no more the 66 inches, no aluminum engine blocks, one carburetor, and the PASS Hoosier tires without tire softener.

With the addition of the 200 lap Open Competition race, PASS and OPS now feature four big marquis races at the Rte. 26 oval; The Celebration of America 300 in July, the aforementioned 200, the Oxford 250, and PASS 400 weekend in October. Further, Super Late Model racers will have a 150 lap event on August 4th and a 100 Oxford 250 qualifier on August 11th meaning every SLM race in the month August will be extra distance.

"2024 is a big year for PASS and OPS. After so many weather issues last season, we wanted to put together a schedule that would give our racers a chance at some longer races for bigger money," said Mayberry. "We think the addition of the open rules race is just another way to do exactly that."

Full format details and schedule will be released at a later date. To see full season schedule's please see www.Proallstarsseries.com
and www.oxfordplains.com.

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

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

To take advantage of marketing opportunities at the Pro All Stars Series or Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at opsmarketing@yahoo.com.
       
Photos by
Norm Marx