OXFORD, Maine – Pro All Stars Series President Tom Mayberry has announced plans for a brand new series for late models, which will be unveiled at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway in 2014. The division will race three times at Oxford Plains this season, with the possibility of a full fledged series developing in 2015.
“The timing is right for a new Late Model Series to be developed and implemented on a test basis in 2014,” Mayberry said. “There are tons of Late Models just sitting idle which could be racing. Several other tracks and series cars will be able to participate as well. We have developed a universal set of rules to encompass just about any race cars with just minimal changes.
“We will be debuting the PASS Northeast Late Model Series at Oxford Plains Speedway on Friday, June 13 with a 100 lap, $2,000 to win main event. Round two will take place on the Saturday, July 19 during the Oxford 250 weekend. This race will feature a 125 lap main event in which the winner will take home either $4,000, or $3,000 and a guaranteed provisional for the Oxford 250 which runs on Sunday.”
The final event for the series will take place on the PASS Championship Weekend at OPS, which is slated for Sept. 26-27. This race will also feature a $2,000 to win, 100 lap main event.
“We are all excited about launching the PASS Northeast Late Model Series, and have a very good feeling that this series will be very successful,” Mayberry said. “The Late Model Series will carry the PASS banner in 2014. If the initial endeavor is successful than we will look to expand the series in 2015.