NAPLES, Maine – With less than two months to go before activities commence at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway for the 40th Annual TD Bank Oxford 250, super late model entries continue to come in from across the country.
Nearly 40 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) competitors have filed an entry for the event set to take the green flag on Sunday, July 21.
This year’s TD Bank 250 at Oxford Plains is a PASS National Series race and will pay $25,000 to the race winner, with an additional $25,000 up for grabs in guaranteed lap money.
One of the biggest reasons for all the excitement surrounding the TD Bank 250 is the return of the PASS super late models to the storied race. For many years, the TD Bank 250 featured North America’s best racers competing in high-horsepowered race cars on one of the country’s toughest short tracks, the Oxford Plains Speedway.
With the return of the PASS Super Late Models to the TD Bank 250, that tough, gritty legacy that once surrounded the storied event also returns.
Among the recent entries to this year’s TD Bank 250 are three-time winner Mike Rowe, who joins his son Ben as an early favorite to take the checkered flag. Some of the best from the PASS North Super Late Model ranks have also filed entries recently including 2012 PASS North champion Travis Benjamin, as well as Trevor Sanborn, Curtis Gerry, Reid Lanpher, Aaron Ricker, and Alan Tardiff.