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The 47th Annual Oxford 250
AUGUST 28-30, 2020
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2019 OPS SCHEDULE PAGE
SATURDAY, OCT. 19th - 1:00 PM

THE HONEY BADGER 
BAR & GRILL 150

PASS MODS 
$1000 to WIN - 50 Laps

ACT FLYING TIGERS
$750 to WIN - 75 Laps

FLYING TIGER OXFORD OPEN -
OPS - 10/19 - ENTRY FORM
Bandit Triple Crown Series #3 - 25 Laps
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Honey Badger Street Stock Series #7
(FALL TRIPLE CROWN #3)
$750 to WIN - 75 Laps
2019 OPS BANDIT TRIPLE CROWN SERIES
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2019 OPS STREET STOCK SERIES
Pits Open: 8:00 AM      Pit Pass: $40
Grandstands Open at 10.00 AM
Adults: $20      Senior/Military: NA  
Juniors: 6-12: $10

Family 4 Pack: $45 - 2 Adults plus 2 Juniors
 
10/19 EVENT SCHEDULE PDF
SUNDAY, OCT. 20th - 1:30 PM
All competitors must have or have held a valid driver's license
to compete in ARMAGEDDON events.

There will be 2 Divisions of Spectator Drags:
  

Division A: Presented by Turn 4 Automotive and Performance
Car's Must be Licensed and Inspected or Registered as an Antique. Tires Must be a 100 Treadwear Rating or higher and legal for use on street.
Division B: Car's Must be Registered and Inspected (No Cars Registered as Antiques and No Dealer Plates.) Every Part on the Car Must be as Manufactured No After Market Air Intakes, Wheels, Exhaust Systems, or Suspension Parts. Tires Must be a 300 Treadwear or Higher. OPS Tech Officials reserve the right to place any car in the A Division that is too high performance for B Division.
Pits Open: 10:30 AM      Pit Pass: $15
Grandstands Open at 11:30 AM
Adults: $12.50      Senior/Military: $10.50  
Juniors: 6-12: $5

Family 4 Pack: $26 - 2 Adults plus 2 Juniors
10/20 EVENT SCHEDULE PDF
SATURDAY, OCT. 19th - 1:00 PM
Oxford Plains To Close Out
Maine Season With PASS
North Supers & PASS Mods
SLM ENTRIES RECEIVED - OPS - 10-19
NAPLES, ME (October 16) - After a very competitive 19th season of action, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models and PASS Modifieds will run their final race of the season in Maine on Saturday afternoon as part of the PASS 400 weekend at Oxford Plains Speedway. In a year that began back in April, Oxford Plains has seen a variety of different PASS winners this year, including Garrett Hall, Curtis Gerry, and Travis Benjamin.

While Saturday afternoon will see PASS in the state of Maine for the final time until April 19, 2020, the championship fight will actually continue to the final event of the season at Massachusetts' Seekonk Speedway later this month.

The battle for the Northeast's most prestigious Super Late Model championship has come down to four drivers, all within 100 points of one another. New Hampshire racers, DJ Shaw and Derek Griffith, sit just nine points apart atop the standings as they head to Saturday afternoon's Honey Badger Bar & Grill 150. 4-Time PASS North champion, Ben Rowe, is having one of his best seasons in recent memory, but will have to make up ground this weekend to have a shot at the championship at Seekonk. Defending Oxford Plains Speedway track champion, Gabe Brown, is having an excellent rookie season, sitting fourth in the standings. But, like Rowe, Brown will have to make up a lot of ground at Oxford Plains to have any chance at the title.

Griffith leads all drivers with five PASS North wins this season, including a long awaited win at Oxford Plains in the last series race there a month ago. Shaw has led the standings since a season opening win at Thompson Speedway in April, but has not gone to victory lane since early August when he took the checkered flag at Spud Speedway.

But, they will not be the only contenders vying for the win on Saturday afternoon at Oxford Plains Speedway. This year's Oxford Plains track champion and 2017 Oxford 250 winner, Curtis Gerry, will be back at his home track looking to continue his mastery of the speedway. Multi-time track champions, Jeff Taylor and Tim Brackett, will also be in action as they seek their first wins of the year. 3-Time Oxford 250 winner, Travis Benjamin, will be looking for another win, along with fellow 250 winner Scott Robbins, and a strong group of contenders from Maine, Including Brandon Barker, Reid Lanpher, Shawn Martin, John Peters, Ryan Robbins, Jeff White, and Alan Wilson. John Salemi and Dan Winter will be coming from New Hampshire, while Vermont's Bobby Therrien and New York's Michael Scorzelli will also be competing.

Action gets under way on Saturday with practice starting at 10 AM, heat races at 1 PM, and main events to follow for the PASS North Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, ACT Flying Tigers, Street Stocks, and Bandits.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to passracing@roadrunner.com. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or alandietzpass@live.com. And, don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.
Thunder Road Flying Tiger champion Jason Woodard (#68VT), White Mountain Motorsports Park Flying Tiger champion Shane Sicard (#4NH), and 2017 Myers Triple Crown champion Mike Martin (#01VT) are all on the Oxford Open entry list.
(Mark Alan Sumner photo)
Tiger Oxford Open Shaping Up
as Perfect Season-Ender
TIGERS ENTRIES RECEIVED - OPS - 10-19
Waterbury, VT - The first-ever visit to Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway for the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Flying Tigers is coming up this Saturday, October 19. The Flying Tiger Oxford Open 75 ends the 2019 ACT season with a landmark event for the sanctioning body's longest-running division.

The entry list continues to grow as the big day approaches with more than 30 cars now expected. Weekly racers from Vermont's Thunder Road and New Hampshire's White Mountain Motorsports Park (WMMP) and Riverside Speedway have jumped at the chance to race on the historic 3/8-mile oval. Other former regulars from around the region have worked out one-race deals for what could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

"It's something different," Milton's Robert Gordon. "A lot of the excitement is because the Tigers have never raced at Oxford in the past. It's also the end of the year, so nobody has any other events that are depending on their car being wrecked or not. I think it's great. Anytime you can bring attention to the Tiger division, whether it's at home or away, is a good thing."

Ever since its founding in 1986, the Flying Tigers have been a staple of ACT and its sanctioned tracks. The Tigers recently wrapped up their 38th straight year of competition at Thunder Road and have had long stints at WMMP and Riverside Speedway. They also competed for many years at New York's Plattsburgh Airborne Speedway and the former Catamount Stadium of Vermont. The former Tiger Tour visited tracks such as Quebec'sSanair Super Speedway and New Hampshire's Lee USA Speedway and Canaan Fair Speedway.

Names continue to be added to the entry list on an almost daily basis. Entries have been received from Barton's Shane Sicard and Plainfield's Michael Potter, the top two drivers in White Mountain Motorsports Park points this season. Thunder Road regulars Gordon and Jason Pelkey have signed up for the event as have brothers Craig and Brad Bushey of Riverside Speedway. Gordon and Craig Bushey, who have significant experience at flatter tracks such as Airborne and Devil's Bowl Speedway, might have a good starting point to work with when practice gets underway.

I'm hoping that experience helps," Gordon said. "Of course, I had a whole different car and setup when I was racing at those tracks. I think Devil's Bowl turns 3 and 4 are going to be the closest as far as the type of corners it's going to have. I've never been on the track, though, so I really don't know what to expect - and I think pretty much everyone else feels the same."

The Flying Tiger Oxford Open is going international as Dave O'Blenis, a Super Late Model racer at New Brunswick's Speedway 660, is making his first Tiger start. Multi-time former Flying Tiger winners Tucker Williams of Hyde Park and Eric Johnson of Randolph Center are returning to the division's ranks in one-event deals. St. Johnsbury's Kasey Beattie will make his Flying Tiger debut at Oxford after spending the last three years competing in the Street Stock ranks. ACT announcer Aaron Maynard is taking the weekend off from the microphone to pilot his Tiger car around Oxford.

They join some of the biggest names in Northeast auto racing making the trek to western Maine. Three-time Thunder Road Flying Tiger champion Jason Woodard, 2019 Thunder Road Rookie of the Year Stephen Martin, former North East Mini Stock Tour Champion Cody LeBlanc, and multi-time ACT Late Model winner John Donahue are just a few of the drivers getting ready for the landmark event.

Weekly racing stars Tyler Austin, Logan Powers, Kevin Boutin Jr., and Kyle Streeter are also among the Oxford entries. Saturday's event will be a family affair as well with four father-child combinations - Jason and Kelsea Woodard, Mike and Stephen Martin, Kevin and Kyle Streeter, and John and Stephen Donahue -- in the field along with the Bushey brothers and the uncle/nephew combo of Michael and Matthew Potter.

The Flying Tiger class travels to Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway this Saturday, October 19 at 1:00pm for the Flying Tiger Oxford Open. The event is part of the PASS 400 Weekend season finale that includes the Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models, PASS Modifieds, Honey Badger Street Stock Series, and Bandit Triple Crown Series. The pits open at 8:00am and the grandstands open at 10:00am. Admission is $20 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and $45 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).

For more information, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1st
Oxford Championship Series
Awards Banquet
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Oxford Hotel & Casino

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Doors Will Open at 6 PM
Dinner: 7 PM
Awards: 8 PM
Event Will End at 11 PM
SATURDAY, SEPT. 21st
Honey Badger Street Stock Series #6
(FALL TRIPLE CROWN #2)
2019 OPS STREET STOCK SERIES
HONEY BADGER STREET STOCKS at WMMP
OFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 9-21-19
1) 21 - Skip Trip
2) 1 - Billy Childs
3) 51 - Kyle Hewins
4) 25 - Shawn Knight
5) 83 - Dan Brown
6) 4 - Jordan Russell
7) 96 - Cody Webster
8) 27x - Cam Huntress
9) 67 - Michael Hayes
10) 64 - Skip Stanley
11) 99 - George Haskell
12) 03 - Matt Theriault
13) 6 - Brian Dolloff Jr.
14) 47 - Brian Caswell
15) 61x - Matt Gain
16) 61 - Matt Dufault
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8/12/19 Rookie Rules Update: all rookie
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