Pro All Stars Series Friday Special Fast Approaching at White Mountain
Along with the PASS Super Late Model 150, Friday will herald the return of the PASS Modifieds and the New England Supermodified Series plus the inaugural visit for the 350 Supermodified Atlantic Charter (SMAC) Tour!
A thundering buzz has been in the air since the 2023 schedule announcement at the end of last year for the all-new Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Friday Night special that is fast approaching this Friday, July 14th. Along with the PASS Super Late Model 150, Friday will herald the return of the PASS Modifieds and the New England Supermodified Series plus the inaugural visit for the 350 Supermodified Atlantic Charter (SMAC) Tour!
Maine standout Max Cookson continues to hold out a lead in the PASS North standings over Trevor Sanborn and Johnny Clark. After coming close in June, D.J. Shaw is looking to finally bring home the PASS Super Late Model win for his new partner Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. Shaw has been at White Mountain nearly every weekend between running Late Models and Super Late Models himself to crew chiefing for Brian Whalley and CJ MacLaughlin in the Dale Shaw Racecars house ride. Gabe Brown is also looking for his first Super Late Model win of the season and could use momentum gained at the New Hampshire bullring to do so.
Brandon Varney continues to lead Spencer Morse and Ryan Hewins in the PASS Modified standings after five events so far in 2023. The always exciting division will also continue their Weston’s Automotive Challenge with Varney and Morse also leading at the halfway point of the four-race series.
Coming off the win at Oxford Plains Speedway last Saturday, defending New England Supermodified Series (NESS) champion Rob Summers is looking to pick-up pace in the points chase. Just 8 points out of the money behind Thompson Speedway winner Ben Seitz and Thunder Road victor Dan Bowles, Summer is looking for his second open-wheeled win at White Mountain after taking the series’ debut at the track last July.
With three races down in 2023, Dave Helliwell is showing the way in the 350 SMAC Tour. Although they look just like their more powerful Supermodified brethren, the 350 Supers rely on an affordable crate motor and smaller tires but can post just as blistering speeds wherever they go. New Hampshire’s Helliwell has taken two wins already this season at Connecticut’s New London-Waterford Speedbowl and New York’s Lancaster Motorplex while Maine’s Ben Tinker took the win at Seekonk Speedway’s Open Wheel Wednesday. The first visit to White Mountain for the 350 Supers is expected to be an exciting one!
White Mountain returns to action with a special Friday Night showdown headed by the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) on Friday, July 14th. The PASS Friday Spectacular will feature the PASS Super Late Model 150, New England Supermodified Series (NESS), Kennebec Equipment Sales PASS Modifieds and the inaugural White Mountain visit for the 350 SMAC Tour with a Special 7:00pm Post Time! General Admission is set at $25 for adults, $10 for children 12-6 and kids 5 and under are free with the Family Four Pack available for $60.
For more information, contact the White Mountain Motorsports Park offices at (802) 244-6963, [email protected], or visit www.whitemountainmotorsports.com. You can also follow us on Facebook at @WhiteMtnMotorsports.
-ACT Media Press Release
-Photo credit: John Raper