New Hampshire’s D.J. Shaw has proven to be one of the top PASS North racers in recent years and will be joined by fellow Granite State driver Bryan Kruczek. Vermont’s Steve Legendre returns after several years competing in the PASS South Super Late Model division as well as Tarheel State up-and-comer Tate Fogleman, who will join his dad Jay as first time competitors in the TD Bank 250.
Austin Theriault captured the final PASS North checkered flag at Oxford last year and will try to represent his home state of Maine proudly in the 250 along with Tom Ricker, David Oliver, Kirk Thibeau, and Michael Landry. In addition to showcasing the best of the United States, the TD Bank 250 at Oxford has seen its fair share of talented Canadians through the years and this year will be no different. Quebec’s Martin Latulippe joins a healthy group who hope to take the trophy back to Canada.
But the PASS Super Late Models will not be alone in making the 40th Annual TD Bank 250 a celebration of short track racing. A great slate of divisions is set to race starting on Friday, July 19 with the PASS Sportsman, Outlaw Sportsman, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, and Ladies.
The PASS Super Late Models will get their first laps on the track on Saturday, July 20 with two rounds of practice in the morning, followed by racing in the evening for the PASS Modifieds, Valenti Modifieds, Outlaw Sportsman, Legends, Mini Stocks, and Street Stocks.
On Sunday, July 21, gates will open bright and early at 6:30 AM with a full day of on track activities including practice and heat race action for the PASS Super Late Models, followed by features for the PASS Modifieds, Outlaw Sportsman, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and finally the 40th Annual TD Bank 250.