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10 Things to Know As PASS Returns to Oxford Plains

43 cars are preparing for 150 laps Sunday at Oxford Plains.


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The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) takes on Oxford Plains Speedway (ME) Sunday afternoon. Here are 10 things to know about the upcoming event at Oxford Plains.

- Oxford Plains Speedway is one of the most challenging ovals in all of short track racing. The venue is so sensitive on cars that one week you can be a hero and next week a zero. The 3/8ths of a mile track is widely know because of the Oxford 250.

- Sunday’s race will be 150 laps and 43 cars are on the pre-race entry list. This weekend will be an opportunity for the best of both worlds. PASS drivers could run on Saturday night during the weekly Super Late Model race and then Oxford regulars could run on Sunday with the PASS race.

READ MORE: The Road to the Oxford 250 Continues This Weekend for PASS

- Rookie Max Cookson finds himself leading Oxford Plains' Super Late Model points heading into this weekend. Cookson with run both Saturday and on Sunday. He leads by 25 points over Dave Farrington, Jr. and Calvin Rose, Jr.

- Speaking of the Oxford 250, the entry list is pushing 60 and we still have several weeks to go. The big race will be run on August 28th.

- Eddie MacDonald leads the PASS North standings by 34 points after four races. It’s amazing to think that he’s never won a tour series championship. With all the big wins, you would think that he’s done this, but it’s never happened and he’s leading now very early in the season.

- Curtis Gerry leads the way with nine wins, followed by Cassius Clark and Travis Benjamin with six each. There have been 27 different winners in the prior events held at Oxford Plains Speedway.

- It will be a doubleheader weekend for the PASS Modifieds as well. They will run 40-lap races both days.

- There have been five different winners this season in the Oxford weekly Super Late Model Series. Max Cookson has two wins, Curtis Gerry, Alan Tardiff, Dave Farrington, Jr. and Kyle DeSouza have all tasted victory.

- Back on May 7, Cole Butcher finally got the job done at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). The Canadian driver scored a run away victory over Johnny Clark and DJ Shaw. This will be the first PASS race since that event.

- All of the action on Sunday can been seen live on RacingAmerica,TV - Watch the PASS Late Models, PASS Modifieds, Limiteds, Street Stocks, Rookies, Figure 8s, Mad Bombers, Thunder Stocks feature events.