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Austin Teras Starts Busy Weekend at Oxford Plains With SLM Win

Austin Teras scored his second Oxford Championship Series win of 2024, giving him momentum for Sunday's PASS Super Late Model doubleheader at Oxford Plains Speedway.


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Austin Teras scored his second win of the Oxford Championship Series on Kennebec Equipment Rental Night Saturday, giving him momentum for Sunday’s Pro All Stars Series (PASS) doubleheader at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Teras took the lead from Tim Brackett on lap 37 of the 50-lap event and led the rest of the way, setting the tone ahead of 300 laps of Super Late Model racing on Sunday.

It is not uncommon to see frequent two and three-wide racing over the course of a season at Oxford Plains Speedway, but Saturday’s Super Late Model feature was the first of the year where several competitors relied heavily on the top side. Teras was one driver who benefitted from the extra racing room.

“In practice, the top was good. We used it in the heat race and used it in the race,” said Teras. “We changed everything to come back here. We really weren’t happy with this car.

“In the 100 [lap race one week ago], we got the lead and then lost it to Trevor, fair and square. This was everything new for today. We’re on to a better note and hopefully it keeps going this way tomorrow.”

Brackett held on for a second-place finish, a strong showing during what has been a disappointing season at times for the three-time Super Late Model track champion.

“We made some big strides today,” said Brackett. “I think we know what to do now to keep it tightened up. We know what to do to make it better. It sure felt good being able to go to the outside.”

Dalton Gagnon finished third for his first podium finish of the Oxford Championship Series season.

“We got some new help, a guy named Joel. He’s been helping us out the past two or three weeks. That’s really turned everything around for us. Last week, we had speed and got a flat tire, just no luck. We had pretty good speed. Maybe not Austin speed, but pretty good.”

Many of Saturday’s racers will return to compete against the PASS Super Late Model traveling stars on Sunday in a doubleheader. Sunday’s racing program includes the make-up of the Stearns & Daughters LLC 150 from April 28 as well as the Mid-Coast Excavation 150.

Click here to watch live on Sunday on RacingAmerica.TV if you cannot make it to the track.

-Photo credit: Oriana Lovell/O.L. Photos

129Austin Teras50---
260Tim Brackett501.710
39Dalton Gagnon501.849
403Scott Moore503.919
544Trevor Sanborn504.096
61VBrandon Varney505.923
78Calvin Rose505.924
863Kyle Salemi506.125
972Scott Robbins506.326
1013Evan Roy506.646
1152Colby Benjamin506.900
1209Silas Ripley507.050
135PTroy Patterson508.300
1414Scott McDaniel508.710
153BTravis Buzzell509.790
1610Kate Re5010.013
175Dominc Curit5010.188
1838Daniel Harding5011.192
1925Anthony Bello5013.761
2036Ryan Robbins5014.706
2100BBrody Whorff491 Lap
2254Ryan Deane2030 Laps
236Alan Tardiff1832 Laps