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The 47th Annual Oxford 250
AUGUST 28-30, 2020
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REVISED 6/30/20
Schedule may change as Covid-19
regulations from the state change.
SLM ENTRY FORM FOR OPS-PASS
EVENT ON JULY 18, 2020
SATURDAY, JULY 11th
$2000 TO WIN - 100 LAP
SUPER LATE MODEL RACE
The 100 lap race will be a 4 tire race. There will be
no 75% rule in regards to line-up for this event.

PASS MODS
Street
Stock
Series


Super Late Models, Bandits, and Rookies


Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Ladies, and Cruisers
OAS DIVISIONS - GATES OPEN 9:30 AM
- PRACTICE 10:30 AM - RACING 11:45 AM

OCS DIVISIONS - GATES OPEN 2 PM
- PRACTICE 3 PM - RACING 5 PM

PASS MODS - THREE INCIDENT RULE
If a car is involved in 3 incidents in a feature, they
will be parked. An incident includes a spin, spinning
someone else out or, an accident - your fault or not.
SATURDAY, JULY 4th
 
SATURDAY FEATURED TWO ROUNDS OF RACING EVENTS.
ROUND 1 WAS THE OAS DIVISIONS
ROUND 2 WAS THE OCS DIVISIONS

Gerry Wins His First SLM Feature
of the Season at OPS

OXFORD - Curtis Gerry of Waterboro took home his first win of the season in the Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models division on the July 4 Saturday night closing out another full day of OAS and OCS racing.

Garrett Lamb of Windham dominated in the Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks leading the entire 30 laps feature. Lamb took the lead at the start and pulled away. Dan Brown pulled into 2nd shortly after with Billy Childs Jr. in 3rd. By lap 17 Jordan Russell was banging on Childs' bumper trying to take 3rd. Shawn Knight moved to the outside of Childs and battled for 3rd the rest of the feature. Neck and neck on the final lap, Knight got him at the line. Garrett Lamb, a Beechridge regular, topped the field with Dan Brown of Turner finishing runner up, redeeming himself after a DNF last week. Shawn Knight of South Paris rounded out the Top 3.

Brady Heath of Waterford won his 2nd T&M Commercial Funding Rookies feature of the season. Jeremy Turner started pole but was passed by Heath at the start. Heath pulled away from the field and couldn't be caught. Turner was passed by Dylan Cook for 2nd on lap 3. After a caution on lap 5 Heath kept the lead and led the rest of the 15 lap feature. Dylan Cook of Minot took home a 2nd place finish with Jeremy Turner of Norway settling for 3rd place.

Travis "the Tornado" Verrill of Oxford drove his Spencer Paving Group Bandit straight to victory lane. Adam O'Neil led for half a lap before Verrill took the lead and led the rest of the race with Jeff Libby of Auburn in his rearview mirror. Libby remained there the rest of the feature while Alex Mowatt of Norway managed to hold off Chad Wills to take home 3rd place.

Scott Robbins took the early lead in the SLM with TJ Brackett battling him for the lead. Curtis Gerry and Mike Rowe weren't too far behind them racing for 3rd. Brackett eventually fell back and Gerry took over 2nd place on lap 8. Josh Childs made his way up to Rowe on lap 23 and took 3rd from him on lap 26. Garrett Hall, who had been making his way through the field, got to Childs' bumper and ended up sliding across the drivers side rear panel before spinning on the backstretch on lap 31. Childs had no damage and remained in 3rd place. Alan Wilson spun out the lap after the restart and brought out another caution. Gerry took the lead before caution came out. Robbins fell back to 2nd where Childs was ready to challenge for 2nd. They battled back and forth until the final lap. Scott Robbins of Dixfield finished in 2nd place with Josh Childs of Otisfield rounded out the top 3.

Winners in the OAS divisions were: Betty Nelson in the Allen's Coffee Flavored Brady Ladies, Phil Knowlton in the Rogees Auto Sales an Repairs Cruisers, Brandon Varney in the Harnish HVAC Consulting Outlaws, Matt Mahar in the Mixers Nightclub and Lounge Rebels, and Jake Dobson in the DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks.
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Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Bandits, and Rookies
Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models (50 laps): 1. 7g Curtis Gerry, Waterboro, 2. 72 Scott Robbins, Dixfield, 3. 3c Josh Childs, Otisfield, 4. 8 Calvin Rose Jr,Turner, 5. 60 Tim Brackett, Buckfield, 6. 21 Joey Doiron, Berwick, 7. 24 Mike Rowe, Turner, 8. 94x Garrett Hall, Scarbrough, 9. 94 Shawn Knight, ,Turner, 10. 03 Scott Moore, Anson, 11. 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield, 12. 02 Brian Whalley, Laconia NH, 13. 88 Brandon Barker, Windham, 14. 1 Kyle Desouza, Turner, 15. 10 Kate Re, Lovell, 16. 41 Logan Melcher,F ayette, 17. 23 Dave Farrington, Sabattus, 18. 53 Alan Wilson, Hebron, 19. 11 Ed Trask, Mt. Vernon, 20. 21x James Barker, Jay.
Allen's Coffee flavored Brandy Street Stocks (30 laps): 1. 38 Garrett Lamb, Windham, 2. 83 Dan Brown, Turner, 3. 25 Shawn Knight, South Paris, 4. 1 Billy Childs Jr, Leeds, 5. 4 Jordan Russell, Norway, 6. 61 Matt Dufault, Naples, 7. 27 Patrick Thorne, Gray, 8. N40 Dan Mckeage Jr, Gorham, 9. 14 Kurt Hewins, Leeds, 10. 99 George Haskell, Casco, 11. 21 Skip Tripp, Oxford, 12. 78 Brady Romano, Livermore.
Spencer Group Paving Bandits (20 laps): 1. 24 Travis Verrill, Oxford, 2. 44 Jeff Libby, Auburn, 3. 11 Alex Mowatt, Norway, 4. 52 Chad Wills, Oxford, 5. 1 Grady Doherty, Casco, 6. 1x Brandon Varney, Mechanic Falls, 7. 13k Leon Kennison, Alton NH, 8. 55 Dean Jordan, Jay, 9. 04 Caleb Proctor, Naples, 10. 42 Josh Lovell, Oxford ,11. 14x Adam O’Neil, Turner, 12. 07 Doug Churchhill, Bristol, 13. 4 Matt Smith, Oxford, 14. 1k Kevin Varney, Mechanic Falls, 15. 3 Eric Parlin, Oxford.
T&M Commercial Funding Rookies (15 laps): 1. 91 Brady Heath, Waterford, 2. 11 Dylan Cook, Minot, 3. 09 Jeremy Turner, Norway, 4. 4 Cody Macomber, Greene.


Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Ladies, and Cruisers
Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Ladies (20 laps): 1. 8 Betty Nelson, Limington, 2. 16 Chloe Kiley, South Paris, 3.12 Kasie Kolbe, Lisbon, 4. 28 Sue Veinott, Greene, 5. 44 Annie Chartier, Mexico.
Rogees Auto Repair & Sales Cruisers (20 laps): 1. K21 Phil Knowlton, Minot, 2. 4 Will Dunphy, New Glouester, 3. 8 Bill Grover, Waterford, 4. 33 Matt Hiscock, Turner, 5. 5 Dominik Knowlton, Minot, 6. 28 William Barker, Oxford.
Harnish HVAC Consulting Outlaws (20 laps): 1. 1 Brandon Varney, Mechanic Falls, 2. 07 Richard Thompson, Naples, 3. 10 Brady Childs, Leeds, 4. 4 Calab Emerson-Mains, Richmond, 5. 2 Shaun Hinkley, Oxford, 6. 16 Johnathon Emerson, Sabattus, 7. 29 Dean Hanscom, Gray, 8. 72 Deanna Bisbee, 9. 30 Matt Veinott, Greene, 10. 74 Rick Thompson, Naples, 11. 8 Betty Nelson, 12. 21 Todd Bisbee, So. Paris, 13. 27 Jon Lizotte, Lewiston, 14. 02 Paul Hopkins, Camden.
Mixers Night Club and Lounge Runnin Rebels (20 laps): 1.0 Matt Mahar, Turner, 2. 15 Nate Dubuc, Lewiston, 3. 50 AJ Smith, South Paris, 4. 19 Greg Norton, Lewiston, 5. 14x Adam O’Neil, Turner, 6. 18 Dustin Salley, Poland 7. 1x Kevin Varney, Mechanic Falls,8.55 Darick Barker,9.9 Nick Odgen, Mechanic Falls,10. 12 Chris Lavanway, Auburn, 11. 30 Nate Williams, Turner, 12. 00 Chris Giguere, Turner, 13. 10 Corey Roussel, South Paris, 14. 21 Ralph Green, Auburn,15. 52 Keegen Leighton, 16. 37 Cam Richards, 17. 148 Don Smith, 18. 121 Jeremy Farr, 19. 48x Keegan Meserve Paris, 20. 2 Butch Keene, Turner, 11. 69 John Childs, Leeds, 12. 31 Thomas Richards.
DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks (20 laps): 1. 49 Jake Dobson, Hartford, 2. 12 Max Rowe, Turner, 3. 9 Ryan Farrar, Oxford, 4. 16 Seth Drown, Lyman, 5. 2 Randy Green, West Paris, 6. 61 Derrick Drown, Lyman, 7. 21 Alex Moore, Oxford, 8. 19 Lukas Mitchell, 9.  3 Autumn Berry, Andover, 10. 75 Rocky Cotton, 11. 05 Rick Dobson, Hartford.
SUNDAY, JUNE 28th
At this time we are limited to no spectators in the front grand stands.  We are hoping in the very near future to have a percentage of fans allowed in the front grandstands.  We will keep you posted on updates as we get them.

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THE COASTAL
AUTO PARTS 150

THE OXFORD 150

50 LAPS
How "Sweet" It Is....Again
Oxford, ME - Nick Sweet slipped past early leader Corey Bubar near the midpoint of the of the Coastal Auto Parts Pro All Stars Series (PASS) 150 at Oxford Plains Speedway (OPS) Sunday afternoon. The win is the fifth career triumph for the Barre, Vermont driver and the second in three races of the PASS Tour in 2020. Center Conway, NH driver DJ Shaw came home in the runner up spot while Travis Benjamin rounded out victory lane in a carbon copy top three finish of the opening PASS race earlier in the month. Sunday's race at OPS was held without fans but was broadcast by NSNsports out of Vermont.

Unlike his previous win where he started on the front row, Sweet started this contest back in the 11th position of the 33 car starting field. Getting to the front, however, was no easy task as Sweet had to get by the likes of Eddie MacDonald, Curtis Gerry and the aforementioned Bubar.

"I had to be very very disciplined with the car," Sweet said in post-race tech, " I didn't have a lot of lateral grip so it was easy to slip the tires. Once I got myself to relax, it sort of came to me and I was able to make my way to the front." Once Sweet overtook the leaders, he withstood a brief challenge from Travis Benjamin before extending his lead to just over 3 seconds by race conclusion. "I thought I might have something for him at first, but he just drove right away from me," Benjamin said following the race.

While Sweet cruised away to victory, several intense battles were waged in his rearview. DJ Shaw was able to capitalize on lapped traffic to close in and move to the inside of the number 7 of Benjamin. The Shaw/Benjamin side by side battle took place over the last 10 laps with Shaw narrowly edging Benjamin by less than 1/10 of a second at the line. "I didn't have a second place car," Shaw  said, "but we got a couple breaks here we are."

Behind the top three another battle waged on between the 14 of Scott McDaniel and Massachusetts driver Eddie MacDonald. While those two competitors spent the last 20 lap's door handle to door handle and sometimes sideways, Jake Johnson closed in with a handful of laps remaining to make it a 3 car battle. MacDonald slipped going into turn one and allowed Johnson to squeeze past them both to secure the 4th spot, with MacDonald holding on to round out the top five. The back half of the top 10 was led by Scott McDaniel, Ben Rowe, Johnny Clark, Ryan Robbins who started on the back row, and early leader Corey Bubar.







PASS N0RTH SLMs at OPS
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 6-28-20
1) 40VT - Nick Sweet - 150 Laps
2) 60 - DJ Shaw - 150
3) 7b - Travis Benjamin - 150
4) 15ma - Jake Johnson - 150
5) 17ma - Eddie MacDonald - 150
6) 14 - Scott McDaniel - 150
7) 4 - Ben Rowe - 150
8) 54 - Johnny Clark - 150
9) 36 - Ryan Robbins - 150
10) 12 - Corey Bubar - 150
11) 23 - Dave Farrington Jr. - 150
12) 44 - Rusty Poland - 150
13) 72 - Scott Robbins - 150
14) 81 - Dan Winter - 150
15) 9t - Alan Tardiff - 150
16) 94h - Garrett Hall - 150
17) 60 - Tim Brackett - 150
18) M3 - Brandon Barker - 150
19) 32 - Derek Ramstrom - 149
20) 29s - Trevor Sanborn - 149
21) 50 - Jeff White - 149
22) 47 - Gabe Brown - 149
23) 10 - Kate Re - 148
24) 99 - Ben Ashline - 148
25) 80 - Andy Saunders - 146
26) 24 - Mike Rowe - 139
27) 1 - Kyle Desouza - 123
28) 7g - Curtis Gerry - 115
29) 3c - Josh Childs - 106
30) 75 - Gary Smith - 87
31) 21 - Joey Doiron - 54
32) 15 - Mike Hopkins - 50
33) 18 - Mike Scorzelli - 44
SLM ENTRY LIST - OPS - 6/28
"King" is King....Again
After a win and another Top 3 in the first two races of 2020 across state lines in New Hampshire, Tyler King was understandably excited to be returning to his home track for race number 3 of the PASS MODS Tour. However, the famed 3/8 mile oval in Oxford Maine is also home to many of his fellow competitors on the tour, including point leader Justin Larson, and defending champion Spencer Morse. Any worries he may have had were all for not, as King stormed from his 11th starting spot in the 18 car field to score his second victory of the year.

The neon yellow number 11 was able to take advantage of some early race mishaps to move quickly into the top 5 even before lap 7. However, the Gray, Maine driver didn't have it so easy after that point. "I honestly didn't think I had enough to get here," he said in post-race tech, "I really burned off my right rear trying to get into the top 3." King was able to slip under Colby Benjamin for second and then early race leader Tyler Fiscus on lap 21 to get to the front. "I got a couple of lucky breaks, I think those guys slipped a little and let me under. I don't know if I could have gotten around them."

Once out front, King survived several restarts and challenges from a number of drivers including second place finisher Bobby Nadeau and third place Justin Larson to secure his victory. Early race leader, and rookie, Tyler Fiscus nailed down the fourth spot, while a pair of wily racing veterans with nearly 50 years of racing experience, but also battling for rookie of the year honors Gary Dwinal and Kevin Durgin rounded out the top 6. Seventh through 10th was Colby Benjamin, Tracey Gordon, Bill Dixon, and Chanler Harrison.

The Pro All Stars Series heads back to White Mountain Motorsports Park next Friday, July 3rd for round 4 of the 2020 PASS Tour. Oxford Plains Speedway will be back in action next Saturday with divisions from both the OAS and OCS at 5pm sharp.

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PASS MODS at OPS
UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS - 6-28-20
1) 11 - Tyler King
2) 35 - Bobby Nadeau
3) 18 - Justin Larson
4) 53 - Tyler Fiscus
5) 55 - Gary Dwinal
6) 12 - Kevin Durgin
7) 52 - Colby Benjamin
8) 41 - Tracy Gordon
9) 33 - Bill Dixon
10) 6 - Chanler Harrison
11) 7 - Spencer Vaughan
12) 4 - Milo Washer
13) 2 - Ajay Cates
14) 64 - Matt Sanborn
15) 66 - Jake Madore
16) 34 - Spencer Morse
17) 24 - Mark Proctor
18) 44 - Ashley Beyea

The Northeast Sports Network (NSN) will stream online via pay-per-view. Visit NSNSports.net for more information or to purchase the pay-per-view.  
Pay-Per-View - Sat. $15  Sun: $25

THE OXFORD 150
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Helliwell Takes Advantage of
Late Tangle for Oxford Win
Oxford, ME - Dover, NH's Wayne Helliwell Jr. took full advantage of a late incident involving then-leader Joey Polewarczyk to snag the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) victory in the Oxford 150 at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway on Sunday, June 28. It was the 13th career point-counting ACT win for the three-time champion and continued his strong start after a runner-up in the season opener.

Helliwell was inside Hudson, NH's Polewarczyk for the lead with seven laps to go as both were attempting to get around defending ACT Champion Rich Dubeau, who was fighting to stay on the lead lap while running in the sixth spot. With Polewarczyk going to the outside entering turn three and Helliwell looking inside, Dubeau lost grip and slid up the track into the leader.

The contact sent Polewarczyk for a spin to bring out the sixth and final caution. Helliwell inherited the top spot with several lapped cars between him and second-place D.J. Shaw, allowing him to cruise to the win as seen worldwide on Northeast Sports Network.

Prior to the late tangle, Polewarczyk had been in his own area code for much of the event. The 2014 ACT Champion started on the front row and hounded polesitter Stephen Donahue for the first 20 laps. When the race's second caution came out on lap 20 for Walter Sutcliffe's spin, Polewarczyk got the jump over Donahue on the restart.

As Polewarczyk ran away and hid from the field, Helliwell and Bryan Kruczek both got around Donahue as well and began going back-and-forth for the second spot. The duo swapped the position multiple times over a span of nearly 50 laps before Kruczek fell off the pace with a broken axle and eventually spun to bring out the fourth caution on lap 84.

One circuit later, Donahue and the lapped car of Tyler Tomassi got together entering turn 3, collecting Dillon Moltz as well for another yellow. Helliwell was at Polewarczyk's door for the restart, but "Joey Pole" easily got away on the restart and maintained a steady lead during another long green-flag run.

The duo easily sliced through the rest of the field, eventually putting all but six cars at least one lap in arrears. As Polewarczyk began working on the sixth-place car of Dubeau with the laps winding down, Helliwell mustered one final charge, getting to Polwarczyk's inside and setting up the final dramatic confrontation that put Helliwell in front for the first time.

Center Conway, NH's Shaw, a multi-time Pro All Stars Series champion, was solid all day and ended up with a second-place finish for car owner Arnie Hill. Opening day winner Jimmy Hebert steadily worked his way forward from the 17th starting position to end the day in third.

Polewarczyk recovered from his heartbreaking tangle to take fourth while defending ACT Rookie of the Year Ryan Kuhn rounded out the top-5. Dubeau, Moltz, Marcel J. Gravel, Dylan Payea, and rookie Derek Gluchacki finished sixth through 10th.

The ACT Late Model Tour has a weekend off before returning to action at Groveton, NH's Riverside Speedway on Saturday, July 11 for the Gardiner & June Leavitt Memorial 150. Post time is 6:00pm.

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.











ACT LATE MODEL TOUR - JUNE 28, 2020
OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY - THE OXFORD 150
UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps
1. ( 5 ) Wayne Helliwell Jr. ( 27NH ) , Dover, NH , 150 Laps
2. ( 4 ) D.J. Shaw ( 04VT ) , Center Conway, NH , 150 Laps
3. ( 17 ) Jimmy Hebert ( 58VT ) , Williamstown, VT , 150 Laps
4. ( 2 ) Joey Polewarczyk ( 97NH ) , Hudson, NH , 150 Laps
5. ( 10 ) Ryan Kuhn ( 72MA ) , E.Bridgewater, MA , 150 Laps
6. ( 9 ) Rich Dubeau ( 30NH ) , Plainfield, NH , 150 Laps
7. ( 12 ) Dillon Moltz ( 5ME ) , New Sharon, ME , 149 Laps
8. ( 8 ) Marcel J. Gravel ( 86VT ) , Wolcott, VT , 149 Laps
9. ( 14 ) Dylan Payea ( 7NH ) , Milton, VT , 149 Laps
10. ( 21 ) #Derek Gluchacki ( 03MA ) , Dartmouth, MA , 149 Laps
11. ( 13 ) Alby Ovitt ( 35NH ) , Candia, NH , 148 Laps
12. ( 11 ) Jesse Switser ( 25NH ) , W. Burke, VT , 148 Laps
13. ( 16 ) #Tom Carey III ( 5MA ) , New Salem, MA , 148 Laps
14. ( 19 ) Bobby Therrien ( 5VT ) , Hinesburg, VT , 148 Laps
15. ( 3 ) Christopher Pelkey ( 64VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 148 Laps
16. ( 15 ) Trenton Goodrow ( 31MA ) , Carver, MA , 148 Laps
17. ( 6 ) Ryan Olsen ( 61NH ) , N. Haverhill, NH , 148 Laps
18. ( 24 ) #Tyler Tomassi ( 76RI ) , W. Greenwich, MA , 147 Laps
19. ( 23 ) Matt Anderson ( 49NH ) , Andover, NH , 147 Laps
20. ( 22 ) Walter Sutcliffe ( 78CT ) , East Haven, CT , 146 Laps
21. ( 26 ) #David MacDonald ( 69ME ) , New Gloucester, ME , 141 Laps
22. ( 1 ) Stephen Donahue ( 2VT ) , Graniteville, VT , 138 Laps
23. ( 20 ) Jimmy Renfrew Jr. ( 00NH ) , Candia, NH , 132 Laps
24. ( 7 ) Bryan Kruczek ( 19NH ) , Newmarket, NH , 84 Laps
25. ( 18 ) Joey Laquerre ( 15VT ) , E. Montpelier, VT , 79 Laps
26. ( 25 ) Reilly Lanphear ( 21VT ) , Waterbury, VT , 1 Laps

Lap Leaders: Stephen Donahue, 1-20; Joey Polewarczk, 21-143; Wayne Helliwell Jr., 144-150. (2 lead changes among 3 drivers)

Time of Race: 1:08:14 Margin of Victory: 2.786 seconds

Cautions: 6 (laps 1, 20, 32, 84, 85, 143)

Heat Winners: Marcel J. Gravel, Bryan Kruczek, Rich Dubeau

Consi Winner: Trenton Goodrow
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New for 2020
The Spencer Group Bandits Division
will move to a 3 week rolling average to
determine the heat and feature lineups.  All other divisions will remain as they were in 2019.
2020 OPS RULES
Contact for Bandits & Acceleration Series Divisions:
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2020 SUPER LATE MODEL RULES PDF
2020 PASS MODS RULES PDF
PASS MODS - THREE INCIDENT RULE
If a car is involved in 3 incidents in a feature, they
will be parked. An incident includes a spin, spinning
someone else out or, an accident - your fault or not.
2020 STREET STOCKS RULES PDF
Tread width rule for Honey Badger Street
Stock Series events is 66.5 inches.
No beadlock wheels.
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6/10 2020 OUTLAW-LADIES RULES PDF
2/18 2020 ROOKIE DIVISION RULES PDF
1/23 2020 RUNNIN' REBELS RULES PDF
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CORRECT BELT INSTALLATION PDF
TO ALL SUPER LATE MODEL COMPETITORS
- PASS AND OPS - CARBURETORS
If you come through tech, either pre-race or post race, with a carburetor that does NOT pass tech, the carburetor will be confiscated. If the carburetor is on the car in pre-race tech that is the carburetor you intended to run.

Also take notice, that if your carburetor passes pre-race tech, there is no guarantee that it will pass post race tech due to temperature fluctuations. Be sure that your carburetor builder takes this into consideration.
SUPER LATE MODEL 2020 OPS TIRE PROGRAM
Super Late Model competitors will be allowed a bank of up to eight registered tires to be kept in the tire impound area at OPS during non-race time. Any tire entering or leaving the impound area must be registered or unregistered with the OPS tire official. All tire serial number markings must be visible and unaltered. Tires without readable or unapproved markings will not be allowed. Newly purchased tires must be purchased from OPS on the same day as the event and run a qualifying race and compete 90% of the feature race to become a used tire. If a new tire does not qualify as a used tire, the car and or competitor will not be eligible to purchase new tires at the next meet.

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

No tire warming or heating permitted. No tire softener, conditioner, or any substance used to treat tires will be allowed.
STREET STOCK 2020 OPS TIRE PROGRAM
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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