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The 48th OXFORD 250
AUGUST 27-29, 2021
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The Coastal Auto Parts PASS SLM 150

50 Laps
4 CYL. OPEN - 20 LAPS - $300 to WIN

DJ SHAW - #60




1) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 150 Laps
2) 21 - Joey Doiron - 150
3) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
4) 7b - Travis Benjamin - 150
5) 40vt - Nick Sweet - 150
6) 72 - Scott Robbins - 150
7) 20 - Roland Richardson - 150
8) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 150
9) 94h - Garrett Hall - 150
10) 1 - Kyle Desouza - 150
11) 60b - Tim Brackett - 150
12) 53 - Alan Wilson - 150
13) 61 - TJ Brackett - 150
14) 02 - Brian Whalley - 150
15) 8 - Calvin Rose Jr. - 150
16) 41 - Logan Melcher - 150
17) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 150
18) 10 - Kate Re - 150
19) 99 - Ben Ashline - 150
20) 50 - Jeff White - 150
21) 24 - Mike Rowe - 149
22) 14c - Anthony Constantino - 149
23) 63 - John Salemi - 149
24) 9t - Alan Tardiff - 148
25) 78 - Ivan Kaffle - 146
26) 3c - Josh Childs - 125
27) 14 - Scot McDaniel - 125
28) 60s - DJ Shaw - 105
29) 03 - Scott Moore - 60
30) 4 - Ben Rowe - 51
7G for the Win Again
DJ Shaw Sews up his 5th
North SLM Championship
Oxford ME -- Second verse same as the first verse. Waterboro's Curtis Gerry scored his 2nd Pro All Stars Series (PASS) victory in the last six days at Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) in the Coastal Auto Parts 150 Saturday afternoon. Gerry was equally as dominant as his previous win, taking the lead from Travis Benjamin on lap 67 and never looking back as he paced the field for his 10th career PASS victory.

Driver 7G started off a little slow only picking off a few cars before lap 15 and for a moment it appeared perhaps it was not his day. Once the tires were warm, and other drivers began to fall off, Gerry began his rumble to the front weaving high and low like scenes from the movie Days of Thunder. Thirty cars took the green flag for the 150 lap contest as they went clean and green well past the halfway point, making the his run to the front from his 16th starting spot even more impressive.

The day's best battles were for the runner-up spot and beyond as no less than a dozen drivers challenged for a podium spot two and three wide for multiple laps at a time and the longer the race progressed the wider people began to run making full use of the "Angel's Expressway."

In the end, Joey Doiron beat all challengers, other than the aforementioned Gerry, to secure the 2nd place trophy. Finishing out the podium in third, and securing the championship runner-up, was Hallowell's Johnny Clark. Clark was seeking his 7th PASS championship but fell only a few points shy. Rounding out the top 10 were Travis Benjamin, Nick Sweet, early race leader Scott Robbins, Roland Robinson, Dave Farrington Jr., Garrett Hall, and Kyle Desouza.

DJ Shaw came into the day with a 69 point advantage on Johnny Clark, and as it would turn out, he would need just about that entire advantage before the day ended. Shaw went off turn 3 after a front suspension failure to bring out the first yellow on lap 82 -  followed by a lengthy pit stop that placed the New Hampshire Driver some 45 laps in arrears. Shaw returned to the speedway and was able to limp home to a 28th place finish to secure his 3rd title in a row and 5th overall by less than 20 points.

Ben Ashline finished 2020 as the PASS leading rookie.
1) 83 - Dan Brown - 50 Laps
2) 34 - Spencer Morse - 50
3) 18 - Justin Larsen - 50
4) 33 - Bill DIxon - 50
5) 55 - Gary Dwinal - 50
6) 11 - Tyler KIng - 50
7) 7 - Spencer Vaughan - 50
8) 21 - Troy Morse - 50
9) 12 - Kevin Durgin - 50
10) 38 - Garrett Lamb - 50
11) 52 - Colby Benjamin - 50
12) 71 - Gary Chaisson - 50
13) 35 - Bobby Nadeau - 50
14) 44 - Ashley Beyea - 49
15) 41x - Mike Nochols - 49
16) 41 - Max Cookson - 48
17) 6 - Chanler Harrison - 48
18) 2 - Ajay Cates - 45
19) 00 - Zach Bowie - 34
20) 66 - Jacob Madore - 13
21) 4 - Milo Washer - 1
Brown with his First First
King is MODS King in 2020
Oxford ME -- Dan Brown used his pole position starting spot and a whole lot of veteran driver savvy to secure his first career PASS MODS feature win in the Costal Auto Parts 50 Saturday Afternoon. Brown, who was driving a metric chassis that is over a quarter of a century old, had a mirror full of several different drivers, and survived 5 late race yellows to secure the triumph.

After starting 1st in the feature, Brown was able to keep the silver 83 at the point early on through a long green flag run that took the 21 car filed past the halfway point. It was no easy task as brown had a mirror full of Mike Nichols, who applied constant pressure and nearly slipped under Brown more than once. Brown, who is a veteran competitor in the street stock division and this year's runner-up, used every bit of that experience to hug the low line and fight off all challengers even as he survived 5 late race yellows.

Spencer Morse rallied from an off track excursion early in the race to come back to challenge Brown over the waning laps. The 2019 champion started 15th and, after his brief off, exercised patience and was able to benefit from several end of race incidents from early front runners to snag the trophy.

Justin Larsen finished out the season with his second straight podium finish as he ended his 2020 campaign as the 2nd place points runner. Rounding out the top 10 were Billy Dixon who started shotgun on the field, Gary Dwinal, Tyler King, Spencer Vaughn, Troy Morse, Rookie of the year Kevin Durgin, and Garrett Lamb in his debut.

Tyler King wrapped up his first PASS MODS championship with his 6th place finish. King, who joined the MODS ranks part way through the 2019 season, won five races and secured 13 top 5's in route to the title. Kings consistency was key to the 2020 campaign, "This (6th place) was actually our worst finish of the year," he said in victory lane, "it has been a great season for us and we have been lucky to be able to finish up front every week."

Kevin Durgin prevailed over Gary Dwinal and Ashley Beyea in the rookie of the year battle.
HBSSS (30 laps): 1. 1 Billy Childs, 2. 4 Jordan Russell, 3. Brian Caswell, 4. 33 Bubba Look, 5. 5 Josh Lovell, 6. 45 Mike Mayberry, 7. 07 Rick Thompson, 8. 09 Mark Turner, 9. 85 Kenny Harrison, 10. 61 Matt Dufault, 11. 36 Richard Spaulding, 12. 32 Tony Gibbons, 13. 00 Brandon Varney
Childs nails another HBSSS
Russell Secures Championship
Seven days ago Billy Childs Jr. had never driven his street stock on the 10 inch rubber commonly used in the Honey Badger Street Stock Series. The Leeds driver certainly has had those opportunities in higher divisions throughout his career as he at one time ran a Pro Late Model a half dozen years back. But it wasn't until last week's open that he did so on his street stock. After Saturdays Coastal Auto Parts 30 lapper, Driver 1 now has TWO victories in 3 races since he made the switch.

Childs was able to parlay his heat race victory into a pole position starting spot and ultimately a wire to wire victory on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Oxford Plains Speedway. Childs, however, did not have it as easy as it sounds as heat race 2 winner Jordan Russell dogged the black number 1 for the duration of the contest. In the end, the Leeds driver had just enough to ease away from Russell in route to the victory. With his 2nd place finish, Russell becomes the 2020 Honey Badger Street Stock Series Champion. Rounding out the top 5 in feature action was Brian Caswell, Bimbo Look, and Josh Lovell.

4 Cylinder (20 laps): 1. 91 Jamie Heath, 2. 15 Cam Childs, 3. 51 Chad Wills, 4. 21 Ralph Green, 5. 24 Travis Verrill, 6. 33 Erin Aiken, 7. 16 Davey Brooks

Heath Wins The Open
Jamie Heath hung up his helmet from fulltime completion after the 2018 season to focus on his son's driving career and to work in the tech department. With the track offering up a 4 cylinder open race to end the season, it was a good time for Heath to make a rare start at his home track.  It proved to be a good decision as the Waterford driver wired the race flag to flag to secure his 70th career victory at the famed 3/8 mile oval. Rounding out the top 3 were Cam Childs and Chad Wills.
4 Cylinder Open for Sat. Oct. 24
Eligible Divisions: OPS Runnin' Rebels, OPS Bandits, Beech Ridge Beatle Bugs, Riverside Bone Stock, NH Pure Stocks, Thunder Fours, Road Warriors, WMMP Strictly Stock Minis

- 4-point Cage minimum
- 5" Frame Height
- Springs must match side to side (Height & Diameter)
- Any D.O.T. tire with minimum 340 tread wear
- Stock wheels (max. 7" wide) Wheels cannot be outside fenders.

Any Tech questions can be directed to Jamie Heath at 207-890-5700. 

SPEED51 PPV for OCT. 18 & 24
LINK for Speed51 PV
Fans unable to attend the Oxford Plains Speedway events will be able to watch both days of racing via a pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.TV.

The American-Canadian Tour and Pro All Stars Series will both conclude their 2020 seasons at the Maine bullring. Fans will be able to watch both the 18th and the 24th for $25 each day on Speed51.TV.

Sunday's racing includes 150-lap features for both the PASS Super Late Models and the ACT Late Models, along with PASS Modifieds, the ACT Flying Tigers and twin 50s for Street Stocks. The ACT Late Models will crown their 2020 champion with the season finale on Sunday.

The PASS Super Late Models will be back in action on Saturday the 24th, competing along with the PASS Modifieds. The PASS North champion will be determined.

Both days of racing will be broadcast on the all-new Speed51.TV via pay-per-view broadcasts. Speed51.TV makes watching short track racing easier than ever before, with a new, streamlined platform and access to Speed51 broadcasts across all of your favorite streaming and mobile platforms.

Fans can now watch Speed51.TV programming on Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, iOS and Android devices. Simply search "Speed51" to download the free app today.

Pay-per-view purchases will still need to be made via a web browser, but once you purchase a race you will be able to watch by going to the "Library" page on the apps.

Don't miss out on two big days of racing at Oxford Plains Speedway. Click here to purchase your pay-per-view ticket to watch the ACT Late Models and PASS Super Late Models live and in replays on Speed51.TV.
The Lee's Family Trailer PASS SLM 150

Late Models 150

Flying Tigers 75

50 Laps
1) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 150 Laps
2) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 150
3) 40vt - Nick Sweet - 150
4) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
5) 3c - Josh Childs - 150
6) 99 - Ben Ashline - 150
7) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
8) 21 - Joey Doiron - 150
9) 60s - DJ Shaw - 150
10) 94h - Garrett Hall - 150
11) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 150
12) 24 - Mike Rowe - 150
13) 85 - Travis Stearns - 150
14) 53 - Alan Wilson - 150
15) 93ct - Ray Christian III - 150
16) 44 - Rusty Poland - 149
17) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 149
18) 1 - Kyle Desouza - 149
19) 8 - Calvin Rose Jr. - 149
20) 02 - Brian Walley - 149
21) 20 - Roland Robinson - 149
22) 1vt - Evan Hallstrom - 149
23) 10 - Kate Re - 149
24) 72 - Scott Robbins - 149
25) 60b - Tim Brackett - 149
26) 51 - John Peters - 148
27) 81 - Dan Winter - 148
28) 47b - Gabe Brown - 148
29) 41 - Logan Melcher - 148
30) 03 - Scott Moore - 147
31) 90 - Craign Weinstein - 147
32) 14c - Anthony Constantino - 146
33) 7b - Travis Benjamin - 140
34) 9t - Alan Tardiff - 97
35) M3 - Brandon Barker - 31

7G for the Win

Oxford, ME -- Curtis Gerry spent most of his 2020 season in a heated battle for the points championship at Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) with Dave Farrington Jr. That was a battle that the Waterboro driver came out on the losing end of at the conclusion of the season. Sunday's battle was no different, only this time, Gerry reigned supreme taking his second Pro All Stars Series (PASS) event of the year in the Lee's Family Trailer Sales PASS 150.

Gerry started the main event in the 13th spot but wasted no time charging to the front. By lap 38 Gerry had the familiar black 7g at the point of the field and was able to turn away all challengers as he clinched his eighth career PASS victory at the famed 3/8th mile oval in Oxford. Gerry survived four cautions in his pursuit of victory, and while he was never seriously challenged, several suitors took turns laying chase to the veteran driver. When the dust settled, Sabattus driver and 2020 OPS Super Late Model Champion, Dave Farrington Jr. came home with runner-up honors. Vermont's Nick Sweet, a five time tour winner in 2020 including a win in June at OPS, brought home the third place trophy.

While Gerry paced the way over the last 112 laps, a war was being waged among no less than a dozen drivers all vying for a podium finish. Ryan Robbins, Alan Wilson, Scott Robbins, and Rusty Poland among others all took turns in the top 10 putting on a show for the fans. Some drivers were committed and stuck to the traditional bottom groove of the racetrack while others liked to rim ride around the very top. With so much room to move and find lines, the battle for second through 25th was routinely stacked up with 3 wide racing action. At race conclusion, Johnny Clark, Josh Childs, Ben Ashline, Ben Rowe, Joey Doiron, DJ Shaw and Garret Hall rounded out the top 10.

The Pro All Stars Series returns to action next Saturday at 1pm for the season finale and the Coastal Auto Parts 150. DJ Shaw carries a 69 point lead over Johnny Clark as he seeks his fourth career title and Clark his seventh.

The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America's premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway and the Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway.

For more information on the Pro All Stars Series visit Facebook at

For marketing opportunities call 207-693-6497 and email or 207-577-1836 and email
1)18 - Justin Larsen
2) 11 - Tyler King
3) 00 - Zach Bowie
4) 2 - Ajay Cates
5) 6 - Chanler Harrison
6) 21 - Troy Morse
7) 41X - Mike Nichols
8) 55 - Gary Dwynal
9) 66 - Jacob Madore
10) 41 - Max Cookson
11) 52 - Colby Benjamin
12) 12 - Kevin Durgin
13) 4 - Milo Washer
14) 83 - Dan Brown
15) 35 - Bobby Nadeau
16) 34 - Spencer Morse
17) 64 - Kyle Hewins
18) 37 - Joe Day
19) 9X - Alex Ricker
20) 44 - Ashley Beyea
21) 33 - Billy Dixon
22) 7 - Spencer Vaughn
23) 4M - DJ Moody

From Worst to First

Oxford, ME -- No one would have blamed Justin Larsen if he left the most recent race at Thunder Road in Vermont a little bit dejected and ready to pack it in. After contact with the leader, Larsen bounced off the wall, affectionately known as "The Widowmaker" and ended up tumbling down the front stretch. Despite running 2nd in points, with 10 top 10's, Larsen still had not held the checkered flag. All that changed Sunday as Larsen put the battered #18, orange on one side and black on the other side, into the PASS MODS winners circle.
Larsen started the 50 lap tilt in the 11th spot and charged his way to the top 3 front before the midpoint of the race. In the cleanest race of the year for the PASS MODS, the contest was only stopped one time late in the race for a multi car spin off turn four. Without the benefit of a yellow, it became a race to the front for some of faster cars that hit the setup correctly. A blistering pace was set by early leader, and rookie contender, Ajay Cates. As the green flag wore on the handle on the Cates number 2 began to fade while Larsen reeled in the young driver. Larsen and Cates locked bumpers briefly as Cates tried to keep his car pinched to the low side protecting the bottom. It was enough for Larsen and King to get by with Zach Bowie in tow.
From that point Larsen was able to hold of some stern challenges from current point leader Tyler King as he secured his second career PASS MODS win. After the contact with Larsen, Cates fell back but engaged in an epic battle with King and Bowie for podium rights over the last 10 laps. King proved the best of the three, if only because if track position, as Bowie applied constant pressure to the 5 time winner this year. Bowie's third place run was his best finish in the 00 Bill Lake owned MOD, and he may well have been the fastest car on the track at the end of the race. Cates held on for a career best 4th place run while Chanler Harrison scored his second top 5 of the season.

The PASS MODS are back in action next Saturday at 1pm for their season finale at OPS as a part of the Coastal Auto Parts 150. Tyler King holds a commanding lead over Justin Larsen while leading rookie Kevin Durgin sits in the third spot.
Street Stocks Open Feature #1 1. 61 Matt Dufault, 2. 4 Jordan Russell, 3. Kyle Treadwell, 4. 83 Dan Brown, 5. 1 Billy Childs, 6. X Adam Lovejoy, 7. 11x Craig Smith, 8. 62r Kyle Robinson, 9. 64 Skip Stanley, 10. 3x Jordan Pearson, 11. 77 Alex Mowatt, 12. 33 WM Bimbo, 13. 36 Richard Spaulding, 14. 14 Anthony Moore, 15. 5 Josh Lovell, 16. 62 Mike Mayberry, 17. 62x Sonny Robinson
Street Stock Open Feature #2: 1. 1 Billy Childs Jr., 2. 77 Alex Mowatt, 3. 61 Matt Dufault, 4. 36 Richard Spaulding, 5. 83 Dan Brown, 6. 47 Brian Caswell, 7. 63r Kyle Robinson, 8. 62 Mike Mayberry, 9. 33 WM Bimbo, 10. 14 Anthony Moore, 11. 25 Kyle Treadwell, 12. 11x Craig Moore, 13. 4 Jordan Russell ,14. 62x Sonny Robinson, 15. 3x Jordan Pearson, 16. 5 Josh Lovell, 17. 64 Skip Stanley, DQ'd X Adam Lovejoy
Dufault, Childs win the Battles
Dufault Wins the War
Oxford, ME -- Big Money, big tires, and big car counts were all on the line Sunday for the Street Stock Open Twin 50s. Over $5500 in posted awards were up for grabs between the two race and the overall points champion for the double duty contests. Matt Dufault paired his Race 1 victory with a third place run in Race 2 to secure the overall win and the $500 bonus. Billy Childs Jr., the Race 2 winner after apparent victor Adam Lovejoy ran afoul of the tech department, coupled that win with a 5th place in Race 1 to secure runner-up honors in the overall standings. It was Child's maiden voyage on the 10 inch tire that is used in the open contests and the Honey Badger Street Stock Series.

Dufault slipped past early leader Jordan Russell, who had an impressive 3 wide charge to the front in his heat race to start on the front row, and was able to hold on for the victory in segment one of the two race contest. Russell held on for the second spot while Kyle Treadwell, making a rare start in a borrowed ride, came home third in segment one. Rounding out the top 5 were Dan Brown and Billy Childs Jr.

This set the stage for Race two as the lead lap cars were inverted and the rest were placed on the rear. Dufault started ninth while Billy Childs Jr. started fifth. Childs quickly made his way to the front where leader Adam Lovejoy resided in the car numbered X. Childs spent the better part of the second half of the race challenging the leader on the outside, only falling back briefly. 6 cautions slowed the field and eventually let Childs back to the front one more time where he would remain for the rest of the race.

Rookie Alex Mowatt, the 2020 OPS Bandit Champion, wowed the crowd as he ran in the top 3 and challenged Childs for the win before settling for second in his first start in an 8 cylinder car. Dan Brown, who was pulling double duty in his street stock and in Mark Simond's PASS MOD, used a pair of consistent races finishing fourth and fifth to secure the overall third place finish.

The Honey Badger Street Stock Series wraps up its season next Saturday at 1pm as a part of the Coastal Auto Parts 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway. Jordan Russell sits atop the standings ahead of Dufault and Mike Haynes.

Rowe Snaps Long ACT Winless Drought at OPS
as Hebert Locks up First Title

Belanger Overwhelms Field in Flying Tiger Oxford Open

Oxford, ME -- Turner, ME's Ben Rowe and Williamstown, VT's Jimmy Hebert took home the glory of the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) season finale at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, October 18. Rowe broke a long ACT dry spell with his victory in the Lee's Family Trailer Sales & Service 150 while Hebert's third-place finish clinched his first ACT Late Model Tour championship.

For Rowe, it was the multi-time Pro All Star Series champion's first win in an ACT-sanctioned event since 2006 -- a drought of more than 14 years. Hebert, meanwhile, finally claimed a title after having finished second or third in the ACT standings four different times during his career.

Stark, NH's Jamie Swallow Jr. set the early tempo, snatching the lead from polesitter Marcel J. Gravel amidst a trio of early cautions. Once the field got going, Swallow checked out, putting several seconds between himself and a raging battle that included Ryan Kuhn, Rowe, Tom Carey III, D.J Shaw, Derek Gluchacki, and others.

Swallow ran away again following a pair of lap-42 yellows, but when the race resumed after a lap-62 red flag for T.J. Laro's head-on frontstretch crash, things tightened up at the front. Rowe stuck with Swallow this time around while Shaw, who entered the event as the only driver who could catch Hebert for the title, also got into the mix.

After following an increasingly loose Swallow through some lapped traffic, Rowe put his Ford to the inside entering turn one on the 81st circuit, completing the pass just before the seventh caution flag flew for Jeff Lebrecque Jr.'s spin. Swallow put his bumper back ahead for a lap following the restart, but Rowe surged in front once again the next time around.

Hebert, who by that point needed only a 16th-placce finish to salt away the championship, then put on a blitz of his own. The Vermonter moved into third following the lap-81 caution and slid into second after a lap-107 yellow when Peyton Lanphear climbed the dirt pile in front of a backstretch light pole. As Swallow and Shaw got shuffled backwards, the Massachusetts trio of Carey, Kuhn, and Gluchacki rejoined the fray.

One final caution after Lebrecque pounded the wall on the front chute set up a 36-lap shootout to end the season. As the laps wound down, Rowe, Hebert, Carey III, and Kuhn broke away, running inches apart for the win. Carey got beneath Hebert for second with five laps to go and made a run at Rowe, but the crafty veteran held him off by a car length for the win.

Carey's second-place finish was still the best of his ACT career. Hebert took third and the championship along with it. Kuhn came in fourth while Gluchacki secured the ACT Rookie of the Year award with a career-best fifth-place result. Swallow, Stephen Donahue, Erick Sands, and Gravel rounded out the top-10.

Young hard charger Ben Belanger of Whitefield, NH put on a master class in the ACT Flying Tiger Oxford Open to pick up his second win of the season. Belanger started on the outside pole and immediately put his fender out front of Hardwick, VT's Jaden Perry. After running side-by-side for several laps, Belanger got clear and immediately started driving away from the field.

Reigning Thunder Road Flying Tiger champion Jason Woodard got around Perry for second following a lap-23 caution for Colin Cornell's stalled machine. Waterbury Center, VT's Woodard did his best to try and snooker Belanger on two subsequent restarts, but Belanger had more than enough to counter.

The youngster pulled away following the final caution at lap-42 to win by a straightaway over Woodard. All three of Belanger's career Flying Tiger victories have now come in 75-lap races, with the Oxford Plain Speedway triumph joining two at New Hampshire's White Mountain Motorsports Park.

Behind the lead duo, the action stayed hot with the rest of the frontrunners swapping positions back and forth. Thetford, VT's Brandon Gray picked his way through the pack to finish a strong third. Kelsea Woodard made a spirited run at catching Gray in the closing stages before settling for fourth. Sam Caron, Cameron Ouellette, Perry, Bryan Wall Jr., Tanner Woodard, and Kevin Streeter completed the top-10.

The 2020 American-Canadian Tour racing season is now complete. The status of the annual ACT Banquet of Champions is up in the air pending local health and safety guidelines. The 2021 schedule will be announced before the end of the year.

For more information, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963,, or visit or You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.



Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps
1. ( 13 ) Ben Rowe ( 4ME ) , Turner, ME , 150 Laps
2. ( 3 ) #Tom Carey III ( 5MA ) , New Salem, MA , 150 Laps
3. ( 11 ) Jimmy Hebert ( 58VT ) , Williamstown, VT , 150 Laps
4. ( 5 ) Ryan Kuhn ( 72MA ) , E.Bridgewater, MA , 150 Laps
5. ( 14 ) #Derek Gluchacki ( 03MA ) , Dartmouth, MA , 150 Laps
6. ( 2 ) Jamie Swallow Jr. ( 4NH ) , Stark, NH , 150 Laps
7. ( 9 ) Stephen Donahue ( 2VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 150 Laps
8. ( 6 ) D.J. Shaw ( 04VT ) , Center Conway, NH , 150 Laps
9. ( 22 ) Erick Sands ( 36NH ) , Hampton, NH , 150 Laps
10. ( 1 ) #Marcel J. Gravel ( 86VT ) , Wolcott, VT , 150 Laps
11. ( 29 ) Dylan Payea ( 7NH ) , Milton, VT , 150 Laps
12. ( 20 ) Joey Laquerre ( 15VT ) , E. Montpelier, VT , 150 Laps
13. ( 10 ) Dillon Moltz ( 5ME ) , New Sharon, ME , 150 Laps
14. ( 16 ) Bryan Kruczek ( 19NH ) , Newmarket, NH , 150 Laps
15. ( 17 ) Christopher Pelkey ( 64VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 149 Laps
16. ( 15 ) Brockton Davis ( 47NH ) , Whitefield, NH , 148 Laps
17. ( 23 ) Reilly Lanphear ( 21VT ) , Waterbury, VT , 148 Laps
18. ( 27 ) James Linardy ( 77MA ) , Somerville, MA , 146 Laps
19. ( 18 ) Peyton Lanphear ( 22VT ) , Waterbury, VT , 146 Laps
20. ( 7 ) Jamie Aube ( 41VT ) , Charlotte, VT , 146 Laps
21. ( 24 ) Matt Anderson ( 49NH ) , Andover, NH , 145 Laps
22. ( 28 ) Tom Sheehan ( 65NH ) , Bow, NH , 143 Laps
23. ( 25 ) #David MacDonald ( 69ME ) , New Gloucester, ME , 142 Laps
24. ( 19 ) Jeff Lebrecque Jr. ( 12NH ) , Rochester, NH , 114 Laps
25. ( 26 ) Randy Cole Jr. ( 55MA ) , Middleton, MA , 92 Laps
26. ( 8 ) Jesse Switser ( 25NH ) , W. Burke, VT , 91 Laps
27. ( 30 ) Bryan Mason ( 10NH ) , Milan, NH , 83 Laps
28. ( 4 ) T.J. Laro ( 27NC ) , Franklin, NH , 62 Laps
29. ( 12 ) Matthew Morrill ( 9NH ) , Moultonborough, NH , 47 Laps
30. ( 21 ) Bobby Therrien ( 5VT ) , Hinesburg, VT , 43 Laps

Lap Leaders: Marcel J. Gravel, pole; Jamie Swallow Jr., 1-80; Ben Rowe, 81; Swallow, 82; Rowe, 83-150. (4 lead changes among 3 drivers)

Time of Race: 1 hour, 29 minutes, 46 seconds Margin of Victory: 0.299 seconds

Cautions: 9 (laps 0, 1, 5, 42, 42, 62, 81, 107, 116)

Heat Winners: Jimmy Hebert, Matthew Morrill, Ben Rowe

Consi Winner: Tom Carey III

Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps
1. ( 2 ) Ben Belanger ( 99NH ) , Whitefield, NH , 75 Laps
2. ( 3 ) Jason Woodard ( 68VT ) , Waterbury Ctr., VT , 75 Laps
3. ( 9 ) Brandon Gray ( 00VT ) , Thetford, VT , 75 Laps
4. ( 10 ) Kelsea Woodard ( 55VT ) , Waterbury Ctr., VT , 75 Laps
5. ( 4 ) Sam Caron ( 07VT ) , Milton, VT , 75 Laps
6. ( 6 ) Cameron Ouellette ( 90VT ) , Barre, VT , 75 Laps
7. ( 1 ) Jaden Perry ( 92VT ) , Hardwick, VT , 75 Laps
8. ( 15 ) Bryan Wall Jr. ( 77NH ) , Kingston, NH , 75 Laps
9. ( 12 ) Tanner Woodard ( 68NH ) , Waterbury Ctr., VT , 75 Laps
10. ( 17 ) Kevin Streeter ( 67VT ) , Waitsfield, VT , 75 Laps
11. ( 8 ) Justin Prescott ( 44VT ) , Williston, VT , 75 Laps
12. ( 14 ) Kasey Beattie ( 45NH ) , St. Johnsbury, VT , 74 Laps
13. ( 5 ) Michael Clark ( 2VT ) , Littleton, NH , 74 Laps
14. ( 16 ) Aaron Maynard ( 45VT ) , Lyndonville, VT , 73 Laps
15. ( 11 ) Colin Cornell ( 54VT ) , E. Burke, VT , 45 Laps
16. ( 7 ) Matthew Potter ( 23VT ) , Marshfield, VT , 44 Laps
17. ( 13 ) Eric Messier ( 88NY ) , Hinesburg, VT , 8 Laps

Lap Leaders: Jaden Perry, pole; Ben Belanger, 1-75. (1 lead change among 2 drivers)

Time of Race: 30 minutes, 44 seconds Margin of Victory: 2.028 seconds

Cautions: 3 (laps 23, 28, 42)

Heat Winners: Mike Clark, Cameron Ouellette


Super Late Models

Dave Farrington Jr.
Street Stocks
Billy Childs Jr.

Alex Mowatt

Jeremy Turner

Figure 8s
Kyle Glover

Chloe Kiley

Ryan Farrar

Brandon Varney

Matt Mahar

Will Dunphy Jr.

4 Cyl. Figure 8s
Kevin Varney

Dave Farrington Jr. - Super Late Model #23

Dave Farrington Jr. Crowned
2020 OPS Track Champion

OXFORD - TJ Brackett of Buckfield capped the Oxford Championship Series by winning his first of the season in the Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models. It's been a strange year, but we've finally reached the end of the season and champions were crowned. Some first time winners and some multi-time winners but all were deserving.

Betty Nelson of Limington won her 4th Ladies feature of the season. After a hard battle between Chloe Kiley and Kasie Kolbe that led to a caution on lap 2, Nelson took the lead on the restart and led the rest of the feature. Chloe Kiley of South Paris took home 2nd and her 2nd Ladies Championship in a row, Kasie Kolbe of Lisbon picked up 3rd.

Will Dunphy Jr. of New Glouester led all 20 laps of the Rogee's Auto Repair & Sales Cruisers Feature to capture the win and his 4th Cruisers Championship. Phil Knowlton of Minot and Dominik Knowlton also of Minot finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Jason Cyr of Turner won his first Tiger Cat Figure 8 feature of the season leading all 15 laps. Jamie Heath of Waterford made an impressive debut in Figure 8s finishing 2nd while Dustin Salley of Mechanic Falls finished in 3rd place. Kevin Varney of Mechanic Falls won the championship.

Brady Childs of Leeds dominated in the Harnish HVAC Consulting Outlaws to win his first feature in the division. Brandon Varney and Cam Childs battled for 2nd during the last half of the race. Brandon Varney of Mechanic Falls took home 2nd and the Outlaw championship while Cam Childs of Leeds finished in 3rd place.

John Childs of Leeds won his first Mixers Nightclub and Lounge Rebels feature of the season. Childs took the lead on lap 5 and led the rest of the 20 lap feature. Dustin Salley of Mechanic Falls took 2nd while Greg Norton of Lewiston settled for 3rd. Matthew Mahar of Turner won the Rebels Championship.

Ryan Farrar of Oxford won his 7th DnL Weatherization Sport Truck feature of the season and was crowned Champion for the 3rd time. Brad Weissman got 2nd with Alex Moore of Oxford rounding out the top 3.

Eric Hodgkins of Winthrop won his first Vierra State Farm Agency Figure 8s feature of the season. Greg Durgin of South Paris held him off for the first 10 laps before settling for a 2nd place finish while Larry Lizotte of Poland rounded out the top 3. Kyle Glover of Oxford captured the Championship.

Alex Mowatt of Norway won his 4th Spencer Paving Group Bandits feature of the season cementing his Bandits Championship. Eric Parlin took the early lead. After a caution on lap 2, Alex Mowatt took the lead and held it for the rest of the 20 lap feature. Luke Mowatt of Norway finished in 2nd place while Eric Parlin of Oxford settled for 3rd.

Samuel Wardwell won the T&M Commercial Funding Rookies feature after leading all 20 laps. Maddy Herrick finished the race in 2nd while Alex Wilson took home 3rd. Jeremy Turner won the 2020 Rookie Championship.

Billy Childs Jr. of Leeds won his 3rd Street Stock feature of the season along with the 2020 Street Stock Championship. Cody Childs took the early lead while Billy Childs was making his way through the field. B. Childs finally took the lead on lap 22 and Matt Dufault followed, taking over 2nd on lap 24. Matt Dufault of Naples finished in 2nd with Cody Childs of Auburn taking home a solid 3rd place finish.

TJ Brackett started pole and ran away with the lead. Brandon Barker raced in 2nd with Alan Tardiff in 3rd early on in the race. After a caution on lap 17 Barker fell back and Tardiff moved up to 2nd. Barker made his way back up to race side by side with him until Dave Farrington Jr. moved to the outside and passed making it three wide. Farrington took over 2nd on lap 27. Tardiff and Barker fell off the pace shortly after. Mike Rowe moved into 3rd with Curtis Gerry on the outside groove. Gerry took over 3rd and quickly moved up to chase down the leaders. TJ Brackett led the rest of the feature with Dave Farrington Jr. of Sabbattus in 2nd and Curtis Gerry of Waterboro picking up 3rd place. Dave Farrington Jr. also captured the 2020 Track Championship at Oxford Plains Speedway.
Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models (50 laps): 1. 61 TJ Brackett,  Buckfield, 2. 23 Dave Farrington Jr., Sabattus, 3. 7g Curtis Gerry, Waterboro, 4. 03 Scott Moore, Anson, 5. 24 Mike Rowe, Turner, 6. 72 Scott Robbins, Dixfield, 7. 88 Brandon Barker, Windham, 8.1 Kyle Desouza, Turner, 9. 21 Joey Doiron, Berwick, 10. 94 Shawn Martin, Turner, 11. 75 Gary Smith, 12. 02 Brian Whalley, Laconia NH, 13. 14c Anthony Constantino, Auburn, 14. 8 Calvin Rose Jr., Turner, 15. 41 Logan Melcher, Fayette, 16. 60 Tim Brackett, Buckfield, 17. 36 Ryan Robbins, Dixfield, 18. 63 Kyle Salemi, 19. 11 Dalton Gagnon ,20. 9t Alan Tardiff, 21. 53 Alan Wilson, Hebron
Street Stocks (30 laps): 1. 1 Billy Childs Jr., Leeds, 2. 61 Matt Dufault, Naples, 3. 95 Cody Childs, Auburn, 4. 83 Dan Brown, Turner, 5. 36 Richard Spaulding, Lisbon, 6. 25 Shawn Martin, Turner, 7. 99 George Haskell, Casco, 8. 5 Zach Bowie, Turner, 9. 10 Brady Childs, Leeds, 10. 11 Cam Childs, Leeds, 11. 72 Deanna Bisbee, 12. 2 Dale Lawrence, Minot, 13. 12 Derrick Burnham, 14. 24 Jerry Burnham
Spencer Group Paving Bandits (20 laps): 1. 11 Alex Mowatt, Norway, 2. 22x Luke Mowatt, 3. 04 Eric Parlin, Oxford, 4. 21 Ralph Green, Auburn, 5. 54 Chad Wills, 6. 20 Brian Hiscock, Turner, 7. 55 Dean Jordan, 8 .22 Cam Childs, Leeds, 9. 24 Travis Verrill, Oxford, 10. 21Q Darryl Quinlan, 11. 8 Jason Cyr, 12. 04x Jeff Libby, 13. 42 Josh Lovell, 14. 20x Darick Barke, 15. 53 Craig Moore, 16. 12 Tyler Merrill, 17. 2x Chase Emerson, 18. 28 Matthew Decker
T&M Commercial Funding Rookies (20 laps): 1. 19 Sam Wardwell, 2. 95 Maddy Herrick, 3. 8 Alex Wilson, 4. 11 Dylan Cook, 5. 09 Jeremy Turner, 6. 4 Cody Macomber
Vierra State Farm Agency Figure 8s (15 laps): 1. 97 Eric  Hodgkins, Winthrop, 2. 41 Greg Durgin, South Paris, 3. 00 Larry Lizotte, Poland, 4 .07 Kyle Glover, Oxford, 5. 64 Dale Durgin Sr., 6. 17 Jeff Card, 8. 10 Terry Kirk

Ladies (20 laps): 1. 8 Betty Nelson, Limington, 2. 16 Chloe Kiley, South Paris, 3. 12 Kasie Kolby, Lisbon, 4. 10 Shelby Lawrence, 5. 28 Sue Veinott, Greene, 6. 44 Annie Chartier, Mexico, 7. 27 Breeanna Spaulding, Lisbon, 8 .01 Mckalla Pulk
DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks (20 laps): 1. 9 Ryan Farrar, Oxford, 2. 39 Brad Weismann, 3. 21 Alex Moore, Oxford, 4. 19 Lukas Mitchell, Fayette, 5. 74 John Curtis, 6. 3 Jake Dobson, 7. 51 Kyle Glover, 8. 49 Autumn Berry, 9. 2 Randy Green
Rogees Auto Repair Cruisers (20 laps): 1. 4 Will Dunphy Jr., New Glouester, 2. 5 Dominik Knowlton, Minot, 3. K21 Phil Knowlton, Minot, 4. 8 Bill Grover, Waterford, 5. 33 Matt Hiscock, Turner, 6. 28 William Barker, 7. 99 Michael Phillips, 8. 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford
Tiger Cat Figure 8s presented by The Vierra Agency(15 laps): 1. 8 Jason Cyr, Turner, 2. 91 Jamie Heath, Waterford, 3. 18 Dustin Salley, Mechanic Falls, 4. 21 Ralph Green, Auburn, 5. 1x Kevin Varney, Mechanic Falls, 6. 13 Charlie Hall Jr., Oxford, 7. 148 Don Smith, Oxford
Mixers Night Club and Lounge Rebels (20 laps): 1. 69 John Childs, Leeds, 2. 18 Dustin Salley, Mechanic Falls, 3. 19 Greg Norton, Lewiston, 4. 0 Matt Mahar, Turner, 5. 84 Doug Degroat, 6. 50 AJ Smith, Oxford, 7. 14x Adam ONeil, Turner, 8. 10 Corey Roussel, South Paris, 9. 37 Cam Richards, 10. 20 Darrick Barker, 11. 6 Shane Webber, 12. 21 Ralph Green, 13. 121 Jeremy Farr, 14. 31 Thomas Richards, 15. 52 Keegan Leighton, 16. 51 Dustin Moreau, 17. 48 Keegan Meserve, 18. 16 Trevor Ward, 19. 53 Craig Moore, 20. 00 Chris Giguere, 21. 6w Cody White, 22. 13 Charlie Hall Jr., Oxford
Harnish HVAC Consulting Outlaws(20 laps): 1. 10 Brady Childs, Leeds, 2. 1 Brandon Varney, Mechanic Falls, 3. 11 Cam Childs, Leeds, 4. 74 Rick Thompson, Casco, 5, 72 Deanna Bisbee, 6. 27 John Lizotte Jr., Lewiston, 7. 8 Betty Nelson, Limington, 8. 07 Richard Thompson, Casco, 9. 21 Todd Bisbee, 10. 128----, 11. 28x Mark Burham, 12. 32-----, 13. 24 Jimmy Burnham, 14. 18----, 15. 28 Sue Veinott, Greene, 16. 30 Matt Veinott, Greene
at White Mountain Motorsports Park

Honey Badger Bar & Grill
Street Stocks Series
Photos by Norm Marx
 Honey Badger Street Stocks at WMMP
1) 00 - Jimmy Rrenfrew Jr.
2) 4 - Jordan Russell
3) 61 - Matt Dufault
4) 47 - Brian Caswell
5) 09 - Mark Turner
6) 67 - Michael Haynes
7) 36 - Rick Spaulding
8) 57 - Travis Lovejoy
9) 45 - Adam Maynard
10) 35 - Alby Ovitt
Renfrew Masters His Debut
Jimmy Renfrew, and his Renfrew Motorsports team, are well known in the Northeast as fierce competitors in the street stock type cars. Saturday was no different as he wired the 40 lap Honey Badger Street Stock Series race for his first career win in his first start. Using the benefit of his pole starting spot in the heat, Renfrew parlayed that into his 1st place starting spot for the feature and never looked back at the drop of the green.

HBSSS point leader Jordan Russell brought it home in the 2nd spot and was closing in on Renfrew in the closing laps before running out of time. In a clean race Russell stated he just needed a yellow to catch up after being regulated to a 7th starting spot. Matt Dufault survived a blistered tire to score the final podium spot while Brian Caswell and Mark Turner rounded out the top 5.

The HBSSS make the trek to Thunder Road in Vermont on October 2nd before returning to Oxford Plains Speedway on the 17th for their finale.

Speed51 videos of the  Oxford 250
Clark Scores Elusive
Oxford 250 Win;
Taylor Left Wondering

Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51 Content Supervisor – Twiter: @ztevans
Oxford, ME - After a pit road miscue during a lap 179 caution relegated Taylor to 10th, Clark took the lead from Alan Tardiff and led the rest of the way for his first Oxford 250 win in 16 attempts.

Finally climbing to the mountaintop at Oxford nearly rendered Clark speechless afterwards, reflecting on a wild year on and off the race track.

"It's unbelievable. It really is. I don't know what to say. It's been a crazy year. Honestly, the fact that it's been such a crazy year is probably why we're standing here."

"It's been stressful to be a good dad, be a good husband, and be the best race car driver you can be. The fact that I've been able to slow down a ton has been huge for me and huge for my family, everything, personally."

The victory was the culmination of a year's worth of effort for the six-time PASS North champion to finally score the elusive win.

"We worked so hard right from March," said Clark. "We've got an awesome relationship with Gary Crooks and Port City Race Cars. He has busted his a-- to get this company where it's at, and I'm reaping the rewards for it. We talked almost nightly; you can ask my wife.

Fans who missed Sunday's Oxford 250 can click here to watch an on-demand replay of Speed51's live broadcast of the race.
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Opening day competitors are allowed to purchase four tires. Tires must be used in qualifying race And feature race to be considered as used race tires. These used tires must be turned in to the impound area at OPS at the completion of the race event. Any tire not turned into the impound area at the end of the race event will become unregistered and not allowed in competition again. The purchasing and registering new tire schedule for following weeks after opening day will be two per race event. No more than two new tires will be allowed on the competitors car after opening day. Teams must remove tires from there bank at the same time as new tires are purchased to maintain a maximum of eight eligible bank tires.

New teams entering their first event after missing opening day are allowed to purchase and register four new tires from OPS. Two of these four must be used in two individual practice sessions to complete a total of 42 hot laps to be able to compete in the event. After the event these four will need to be entered into the competitors bank and turned into the OPS impound area. Week #2 that competitor would add tires the same as other competitors at two per event.

In the event of a team returning to competition without returning tires to the impound area, they will be eligible to compete with the purchase of two new And two used tires all to be purchased from OPS

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All Street Stock competitors will be allowed a bank of up to eight registered tires. Tires will not be impounded. However competitors must buy tires at the track on the day of the event or register tires not bought on the day of the event with teck. All must be OPS Hooser 790s All serial number markings must be visible and unaltered. First race of the season teams are allowed to register four tires, These four must be used in the qualifying and feature races of that day. After the first race teams will be allowed to buy or register one tire per week. Tires registered after a competitors first event do not have to be used on the day of purchase. However no more than two newly registered tires will be allowed on a competitors car after their first race. Once eight tires have been registered teams must remove tires from their bank at the same time as new tires are added to maintain a maximum of eight registered bank tires. Any car found competing with a unregistered tire, more than two newly registered tires on car after first race, or any tire with a durometer measurement below 55 will be disqualified.
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