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Bubba Pollard Among 40-Plus Entries for Celebration of America 300

The former Oxford 250 winner is part of a stacked entry list that also includes NASCAR Cup Series competitors Kyle Busch and Daniel Hemric.


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Officials at the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) and Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) have now received more than 40 entries for the 1st Annual All That's Metal 300 at office headquarters. Number nine on the entry list goes to the ever-popular Senoia, Georgia driver Andrew "Bubba" Pollard who is no stranger to Oxford Plains Speedway and will now visit the speedway twice in 2024.

Pollard first tested the waters of the famed Rte 26 3/8 mile oval back in 2018, and came away a winner of the prestigious 45th annual Oxford 250. The driver of car 26 has returned each year since attempting to score the big win again. With a second marquee event on the schedule, this gives the traveling racer another shot at mastering the tricky oval once again.

The 37-year-old grassroots driver is owner of well over 100 wins and 13 championships all across the country, and has set his sights on pocketing the $40,000 winners pay day on July 3rd. Pollard, known for his extensive travel schedule and penchant for winning the big races, is a threat to win anytime the number 26 rolls onto the track.

"Anytime you can get a driver the caliber of Bubba Pollard at your race you know you're in for a treat," said PASS President Tom Mayberry. "He is a fan favorite and has always been a factor every time he comes and races with us. I am sure he would love to be the inaugural winner of the 300."

Pollard, who has amassed a resume of big wins that would rival anyone, certainly relishes the chance to test his metal against some of the best in the business. The obvious Kyle Busch and Daniel Hemric will surely be on his radar, but so will accomplished drivers like Johnny Clark, Derek Griffith, and the legendary King of Oxford, Mike Rowe. The fickle asphalt has a way of taming even the hottest drivers.

The All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 (www.allthatsmetal.com) will also feature a lap leader contingency.


All 300 laps will be available for purchase at only $50 per lap meaning the July 3rd winner of the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 could take home nearly $50,000!

Tickets for the All That's Metal Celebration of America 300 will be available the day of the race and will be general admission and priced at $25 for adults for Tuesdays preliminary qualifying rounds and $40 for Wednesday's feature action.

Also in action over the two days will be the New England Super Modified Series (NESS) racing for 100 laps and $10,000 to win along with other support divisions to be announced. A full event schedule will be released in the coming weeks. For those wishing to stay on the grounds, camping information is posted.

Please watch the websites at www.oxfordplains.com and www.proallstarsseries.com for more updates.

To buy a lap or a few, or take advantage of marketing opportunities at the All That's Metal 300 or the Pro All Stars Series and Oxford Plains Speedway please call 207-577-1836 or inquire at OPSmarketing50@gmail.com. COA 300 LAP BOARD HERE.

Oxford Plains Speedway is the largest spectator sporting facility in Maine with a capacity of over 14,000 people. The 3/8-mile asphalt oval located in Oxford, Maine is celebrating its 75th year of racing in 2024.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please contact passracing@roadrunner.com or call Jason Ricker 704-881-4429.

Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series and the PASS MODS touring series on Facebook.

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-Photo credit: Will Bellamy, Racing America

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