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The 47th Annual Oxford 250
AUGUST 28-30, 2020
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2020 Oxford 250 Entries Top 40
a Full Seven Months in Advance!
Oxford, ME - 1-31-20 - The 2020 edition of the Oxford 250 has reached the highest number of entries for this time of year in nearly a decade. King Racing veteran Cassius Clark officially filed the 43rd entry for the prestigious race set to be run in the last weekend in August, nearly seven months away. This puts the pace well ahead of the last few years when the historic weekend drew 55 or more of the best Super Late Model drivers in the nation.

"We are absolutely thrilled that so many top-notch drivers are already committing to be a part of one of the biggest weekends on the Eastern Seaboard," said PASS President Tom Mayberry, "The last few 250s have had some phenomenal racing, and by the looks of our entry list so far, this year will be no exception."

Two-time race winner Ben Rowe in his familiar yellow number 4 was the first of this year's entrants even before the calendar flipped into 2020. It wasn't long after that when entries began to flood the Rte. 26 office. Northeast Legend Mike Rowe was the 20th driver to officially file his intent to compete in his 38th Oxford 250 in hopes to add to his three previous wins in three different decades.

The impressive entry list reads like a Who's Who of Super Late Model racing in the Northeast, including nine-time track champion Jeff Taylor, 2019 track champion and multi-time Pro-All Star Series (PASS) winner Curtis Gerry, and back-to-back winner Eddie MacDonald who still seeks his first 250 win in a SLM.

Making the long haul all the way from Washington State will be Super Late Model standout Garret Evans whose lone appearance in 2016 resulted in a disappointing 23rd place finish after running near the front most of the day. Local young hot shoes like Austin Teras and Josh Childs, who have both been feature winners at the famed 3/8 mile oval, promise to make the veterans earn their way, while the Canadian contingent will be represented by Cole Butcher, who has shown a tremendous amount of speed in several races.

Among the most recent entries are the likes of three-time 250 Champion Travis Benjamin, four-time PASS Champion DJ Shaw, and last year's runner up Derek Griffith who will all compete to wear the wreath at the end of 250 laps. With 43 of the best drivers in America already on the entry list, the 47th annual Oxford 250 promises to be the best yet with the entry list sure to rise in coming months.

For more information on Oxford Plains Speedway or tickets call the speedway office at 207-539-8865 or keep an eye on www.oxfordplains.com and be sure to follow on Facebook at facebook.com/Official-Page-of-Oxford-Plains-Speedway.

 For marketing opportunities call 207-693-6497 or email passracing@roadrunner.com.
Aggressive and Exciting Schedule
On Tap For Oxford Plains in 2020
Oxford, ME - 1-25-20 - 42 events spread across seven action packed months are on tap for at Oxford Plains Speedway this season. Among the highlights are six visits from the ever-popular Pro All Stars Series (PASS) with the marquee event being the 47th annual Oxford 250 running from August 28-30. The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) will also make two stops at the famed 3/8-mile oval including the Oxford 250 weekend when they join the powerful ISMA Supermodifieds making their first appearance since 2014. Additionally, the schedule features a full complement of Championship Series, Acceleration Series, Motor Mayhems, and the Show, Shine, and Drag to round out a diverse and aggressive schedule.

All the action kicks off the last weekend in April with an open practice for all divisions is slated for Saturday followed by Sunday's second season race for both the Pro All Star Series and American Canadian Tour. Also on tap that day will be the first of 15 events for the PASS MODS Tour as well as race 1 of an 8 race schedule for the Honey Badger Street Stock Series.

Five Oxford championship Series events, the first of three Motor Mayhem events, and the debut of the Oxford Acceleration Series are featured in a busy month of May. The first double weekend of the year will end of the month as the Pass SLM, PASS MODS, Honey Badger Street Stocks and NEMST are on tap for May 31.

Back-to-back racing days makes its return on a rare Thursday July 2nd show featuring all 11 OPS divisions as well as a spectacular fireworks show. The very next night PASS SLM, MODS, and Honey Badger Streets will debut a different style of race as they come back for Triple Twins. The SLMs will run two 75 lap races, MODS a pair of 35 lappers, and Streets will double down for 25 laps in what promises to make for some interesting strategy in the short sprint races.

July and August roll along with multiple special events, including fan meet and greets, backpack giveaways, Show, Shine and Drag, Christmas in July, and racecar rides all leading up the biggest short track weekend in the northeast with the 47th annual Oxford 250 August 28-30th. Coming off a very successful 2019, pre-entries are already nearing 30 and renewal ticket sales are ahead of last year's pace when over 600 campers jammed the OPS parking lot for the legendary weekend.

As the calendar turns into September and October, the action keeps coming with the third installment of the Motor Mayhem on September 5th, followed by OPS Championship night featuring all 11 divisions on the 12th. October will feature the OPS Finale Weekend with a PASS 125, MODS, Streets and ACT Flying Tigers on the 17th. The very next day is the always entertaining Armageddon of Destruction Pumpkin Bash which will also feature a new road course event along with a flagpole ramp jump race!

A very busy season closes out with the return of the Automotive Swap meets on October 31 and November 1 before the speedway prepares for its annual season ending OPS Awards Banquets. With many of the popular events from the past few years, combined with the healthy dose of new and exciting events, 2020 is shaping up to be one of the greatest seasons in years.

For more information on Oxford Plains Speedway or marketing opportunities call the speedway office at 207-539-8865. Be sure to follow on Facebook at
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THE 32nd ANNUAL!
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May 31 - Oxford Plains Speedway

June 21 - Speedway 95

July 3 - Oxford Plains Speedway

August 16 - Oxford Plains Speedway

Sept 19 - White Mountain Motorsports Park

Oct. 2 - Thunder Road International Speedbowl

Oct. 17 - Oxford Plains Speedway
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th
20 Lap "Run What You Brung"
Rear Wheel Drive Race
Run What Ya Brung (20 laps): 1. 7x Scott Riggleman, 2. 36 Richard Spaulding, 3. 36R Matt Rickards, 4. 22 David Thurlow
50 Lap 2wd 4, 6, & 8 Cylinder Enduro
2wd 4, 6, & 8 Cylinder Enduro (50 laps): 1. 21 Adam Lovejoy, 2. 10 Travis Lovejoy, 3. 160 Caleb Willette, 4. 16 Johnathon Emerson, 5. 13k Leon Kennison, 6. 06 Dilyon Burgone, 7. 4x Bob Anderson, 8. 18B Ben Elder, 9. 42 Andy Mctague, 10. 76 Randall Myers, 11. 18 Justin Larsen, 12. 4w Jim Walsh, 13. L56 Daniel Labraney, 14. 77x----, 15. 38 Mark Bowie, 16. 53 Kyle Hewins, 17. 22 Dave Thurlow, 18. 32 Jon Fultz, 19 43 Eric Blanchette, 20. 5 Kurt Hewins, 21, 60 Eric Knopp, 22. 501----, 23. 19 Zach Audet, 24. 111 Cam Childs, 25. 7 Joseph Austin, 26. 44 Todd Hallet, 27. 23 Bill Harnish, 28. 04 Tyler Jalbert, 29. 503  Bo Locke, 30. 17 Corey Millett, 31. 24 Luke Marcheski, 32. 08 Kyle Willette, 33..05 Gerard Cote, 34. 8x Josh Knoll, 35. 78 Nate Haney, 36. 47 Brian Caswell, 37. 6 Martin Buck, 38. 63 Doug Reinhold, 39. 77 Chris Snow, 40. 130 Nicole Turner, 41. 83 Charlie Hall Jr., 42. 4 Jordan Russell, 43. K22 Dominick Knowlton, 44. 420 John Idarola, 45. 88-----, 46. 93 Matt Shockley, 47. 81 Kevin Sherman, 48. 91 Harry Seavy, 49. 99----, 50. 72 Phillip Knowlton, 51. 11x Dusty Cockburn, 52. 34 Tyler Robbins
50 Lap AWD Enduro
AWD Enduro (50 laps): 1. 68 Jason Cyr, 2. 16 Johnathon Emerson, 3. 19 Zach Audet, 4. 29 Mickey Green, 5. 4w Tim Walsh, 6. 4 Jordan Russell, 7. 7x Scott Riggleman, 8. 94 Garrett Hall, 9. 88x Wes Turner, 10. 76 Randall Myers, 11. 14 Brandon Caston, 12. 56 Mike Penfold, 13. 05 Gerard Cote, 14. 78 Nate Haney, 15. 47 Brian Caswell, 16. 111 Cam Childs, 17. 5 Max Dolliver, 18. 22 Dave Thurlow, 19. 08 Kyle Willette, 20. 11 Dusty Cockburn
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