10 Things to Know About PASS at Spud Speedway

The Pro All Stars Series gets back on track at Spud Speedway this weekend.


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The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models return to action Sunday at Spd Speedway. Here are 10 things to know about the upcoming race.

- This will be the fourth PASS Super Late Model race at Spud Speedway. They last held a race at this track in 2019, when DJ Shaw won the 200-lap race. In 2018, Derek Griffith won the 200-lap race. Johnny Clark bested the field in a 150-lap contest in 2010.

- The facility for this weekend is Spud Speedway in Caribou, Maine. The track was built in 1964 and the .333-mile track has hosted ACT Pro Stocks and NEPSA events in the past.

- The PASS points battle is likely going to go down to the wire as Ryan Kuhn leads Eddie MacDonald by 15 points. Gabe Brown is 28 points back in third.

- There have been eight different winners this season in PASS action. Cole Butcher, Ryan Kuhn, Eddie MacDonald, Gabe Brown, DJ Shaw, Johnny Clark, Joey Doiron, and Austin MacDonald (no relation to Eddie) have all tasted victory.

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- The PASS 150 winner will pocket $4,000 for the win at Spud Speedway (ME).

- There are five races remaining in the PASS Super Late Model schedule after this weekend.

- Garrett Lamb leads the PASS Modified points coming into this race. There have been seven different winners this season in PASS Mod action with Lamb sitting on top in points thanks to top 10s in all races.

- Earlier in the week it was announced that PASS will head to the Waterford Speedbowl on October 29th. This will be the first visit to the venue for the PASS Super Late Models and the 25th different track in the region.

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- The PASS Super Late Models will go for 150 laps with the Street Stocks going 50 laps and the Maine Enduros going 100 laps. It all kicks off with the PASS Modified race which will be 50 laps.

- The action from Caribou, Maine can be seen life on RacingAmerica.TV.