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Johnny Clark Celebrates 50th PASS Win at White Mountain Motorsports Park

In the Pro All Stars Series' 50th event at White Mountain, Johnny Clark scored his 50th career victory under the PASS banner.


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In the Pro All Stars Series’ 50th race at White Mountain Motorsports Park, Johnny Clark scored his 50th PASS win.

The Maine driver celebrated the milestone win on Sunday, taking the lead on lap 108 from Austin Teras en route to the victory.

White Mountain has been good to Clark over the years, with Sunday’s win marking the seventh time he has won in PASS competition at the North Woodstock, New Hampshire quarter-mile.

Four of those wins have come in the last six PASS races at White Mountain, dating back to July of 2022. There’s little doubt the seven-time PASS North champion has found a winning combination.

“This thing’s been phenomenal since 2020 here at White Mountain,” said Clark. “It’s crazy. I feel like we should have almost won every single race since then. Today, it was on rails. It’s just really, really good.

“It just paints that white line, I don’t know how it does it. It’s a totally unique setup that will not work anywhere else, but it works here. We’ll keep bringing it until we get beat bad.”

D.J. Shaw entered the day as the PASS North points leader, with runner-up finishes at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park and New Hampshire Motor Speedway to open the season. It was another runner-up finish on Sunday for Shaw, as he worked his way around Teras in the closing laps.

“This is a new car here,” said Shaw. “We’ve run it three times now, and three seconds. We’re close. Today’s the furthest we’ve been off. Johnny was about spot-on today. No shame in second. I wish we could have made him sweat it a little more, but he was on his game today. We’ve got to get a little better for the next time.”

A roller-coaster day for Gabe Brown ended on the podium. The New Hampshire driver battled everything from a flat tire to numbness in his foot but left White Mountain with a third-place finish.

“We had a good weekend,” said Brown. “It could have been a little bit better, but my guys worked hard all weekend giving me two really good cars.

“The car handled good, it just lacked a little bit of speed. When we got going in the race, I was really happy with it. Then, the right-front went flat there on us, so we had to go to the back. My foot went numb on me and I couldn’t use the brake pedal. I had to use one foot.”

The next time the Pro All Stars Series is on track, it will be for a doubleheader at Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, June 9. The doubleheader features the makeup of the Stearns & Daughters LLC 150 originally scheduled for April 28 as well as the Mid-Coast Excavation 150.

-Photo credit: Will Bellamy, Racing America


154Johnny Clark150---
260D.J. Shaw1502.692
347Gabe Brown1506.907
444Trevor Sanborn1507.726
529Austin Teras1509.429
602Brian Whalley1491 Lap
721David Oliver1491 Lap
809Jeremy Davis1491 Lap
919Rusty Poland1491 Lap
1007Nicholas Calvert1482 Laps
1118SMike Scorzelli1473 Laps
1232JNick Jenkins1464 Laps
135VTPat Corbett9456 Laps
141VBrandon Varney7268 Laps
1525Anthony Bello7268 Laps
1612SDennis Spencer5694 Laps
1723CTTom Abele, Jr.34116 Laps