10 Things to Know: PASS at Oxford Plains

The road to this year's Oxford 250 continues on Saturday.

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The stars of PASS return to Oxford Plains Speedway this weekend, making their first stop at the track in 2022. Before Saturday's race, here are 10 Things to Know about the Pro All Stars Series at Oxford Plains.

- The pre-race entry list is pushing 40 as of this week with plenty of PASS regulars and Oxford weekly warriors as well. The last time the PASS Series was at Oxford, Dennis Spencer Jr. won his first touring race over Curtis Gerry and Johnny Clark. All three of those drivers will be in the mix this weekend.

- The Super Late Model race will be 150 laps on Saturday evening. This is the standard length of the PASS events at Oxford Plains.

- The PASS touring series will run six total races this year at Oxford Plains Speedway. The weekly Oxford Championship Series has 13 races scheduled ahead of the Oxford 250 in August. Three of those races will be 100-lap qualifiers for the Oxford 250.

- Oxford Plains Speedway is one of the most challenging venues in all of racing. The home track for the Pro All Stars Series is always a solid mix between the local regulars and the touring stars of the Northeast. The 3/8s of a mile track produces side-by-side racing all the way around.

- The entire season leads up to the annual Oxford 250 which has been contested since 1974. The race will be run for the 49th time this year, and already there are close to 50 entries several months before the August show.

- A total of 10 drivers won during the weekly series during the 15-race season in 2021.

- The weekly Super Late Model series is well underway, as two races have already been held. Kyle DeSouza is off to a good start with a win and a second-place finish to lead the points early on.

- Curtis Gerry leads the way on the PASS win list at Oxford Plains with nine victories, followed by Cassius Clark and Travis Benjamin with six each. There have been 26 different winners in the prior events held at Oxford Plains Speedway.

- On Saturday, the Pro All Stars Series will run its 57th points paying race at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). The first PASS race at OPS was held on April 14, 2002.

- You can watch all the action live on RacingAmerica.tv - The New England Mini Stock Tour, the PASS Modifieds and Limited Late Models will help kick start an impressive racing card leading up to the Spencer Group Paving LLC 150.