The Inaugural Bash At The Beach will bring the best short track drivers in the country together to see who is up to the challenge Myrtle Beach will present. Two-time PASS National Champion Ben Rowe hopes to rebound after a rough start to the season at Dillon. While PASS South points leader Austin Theriault looks to build on the momentum gained from last week’s South Carolina Clash win along with his Brad Keselowski Racing teammate Zak Hausler.
Jordan Anderson returns to PASS South driving the Coulter Motorsports entry with sponsorship from Darlington Raceway. PASS South championship contenders Kyle Grissom and Brandon Ward also hope to make gains after late race struggles at Dillon. A talented crop of young contenders hope to turn heads led by third generation driver Justin Allison, Bobby Gower, Karl Weber, Joseph Mursuli and Brandon Lynn, who finished fourth at Dillon.
Palmetto pride will be shown for home state drivers Gus Dean and Randy Gentry, a veteran of the All Pro wars at the beach. Veterans John Batten and Bobby Measmer, Jr. look to rebound from a grinding crash at Dillon while Mark Gibson returns to the series and Bill Catania looks for another top ten finish.