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The 47th Annual Oxford 250
AUGUST 28-30, 2020
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2020 OPS SCHEDULE PAGE
REVISED 6/30/20
Schedule may change as Covid-19
regulations from the state change.
2020 OXFORD 250 CAMPING
2020 OXFORD 250
CAMPING INFORMATION PDF
OXFORD 250 GRANDSTANDS
At this time we are continuing to work with the State of
Maine to get more fans in the stands. With current
restrictions on spectators we are currently unable
to sell front grandstand tickets for the Oxford 250.    
Thank You   Mike Mayberry 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15th


Super Late Models, Bandits, Figure 8s, and Rookies
PLUS: Outlaws - 30 Lap Non-Points Race


Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Ladies, Tiger Cat Figure 8s, and Cruisers
         
SUNDAY, AUGUST 16th

PASS SUPER LATE MODELS
HONEY BADGER BAR & GRILL 150 

PASS MODS
Street
Stock
Series
Pits $50  -  Grandstands $20
Grandstand tickets pre-sale for weekend will be
Friday from 4 to 6pm. Tickets will also be sold
Saturday and Sunday if still available. We are
currently limited to a capacity of 200 Fans
segregated into 4 groups of 50.
         

The 250 IS A GO!

Oxford, ME -- Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry held an impromptu meeting with drivers, owners, and crew members following the July 18th PASS race at Oxford Plains Speedway to answer a few questions about the upcoming 47th Annual Oxford 250. Chief on the minds of most that were in attendance was would there, in fact, be an Oxford 250 in 2020?

Mayberry answered that question right away. "There will be an Oxford 250 this year," he announced to the socially distanced crowd of nearly 100 in attendance, "we met the other day and decided that we were going to run this race with or without fans. We just feel like we owe it to the drivers who prepare all year for this and we want to keep it going."

Mayberry's surprise announcement was met with a lot of surprised looks and cheers from those in attendance. Mayberry further shocked the crowd when he announced the purse, normally in excess of $100,000 throughout the field, would remain largely the same with the only planned alteration will be to the traditional lap leader program. "We have been crunching the numbers, and we are definitely taking a big gamble, but we just feel like this is a marquee event in the world of Super Late Model racing and it should have a purse appropriate for such an event," Mayberry said days later, "certainly we hope we can gather enough sponsor interest to make it a well-rounded event for everyone."

Two time 250 champion Ben Rowe when asked his reaction to the announcement, "I was very surprised, Mostly because I know what goes into (a big event like) the 250. You need the people, the camping, you need to fill the stands, you need the car count, and you need all of it as a promoter to pay that kind of purse."

Mayberry announced that the traditional $100 lap leader program, introduced by the late Bob Bahre in 1981, would see some alteration for the 2020 event. "In the past any laps that were not sold were covered by Oxford Plains Speedway. We are not able to do that this year with the restrictions during these times," Mayberry relayed. "So the amount of lap money will be divided by the lap leaders. For example if half the laps are sold, the lap leaders will get $50 per lap instead of the normal $100. We hope that through the support of sponsors and fans that all the laps will be sold and the full amount will be paid out to lap leaders. Either way the full amount of the posted purse money for finishing positions will be paid."

In addition, Mayberry was quick to point out that even if very limited fans are allowed, there will be a Pay-Per-View (PPV) broadcast so everyone will have access to the event. In years past while upwards of 10,000+ have attended the popular 3 day event in person, the PPV's were still wildly popular. This year's PPV is expected to set viewer records both locally and regionally.

"With everything that's going on, and so many questions still to be answered, and so many things that are just out of our control, we felt like it was important to make sure everyone had the opportunity to view one of the year's biggest races," he said.

With several weeks left before the big weekend, the entire Oxford Plains staff is still trying to work out the rest of the details. Questions left unanswered as of this writing are how many fans will be allowed in the grandstands, will camping be allowed, and will the schedule change. "We have been on the phone almost every day and we just don't have all those answers yet. Believe me, we won't keep it a secret when we get details," Mayberry pointed out. "All we can do is keep moving forward and hope for the best, but one way or another, we are running this race."

For marketing opportunities with the Oxford 250, PASS or Oxford Plains please call 207-693-6497 and email passracing@roadrunner.com or 207-577-1836 and email opsmarketing@yahoo.com.

To sponsor a lap or several, call (207) 693-6497.
2020 Oxford 250 Lap Board
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th


Super Late Models, Street Stocks, Bandits, Figure 8s, and Rookies
Photos by ORIANA LOVELL - olphotos.smugmug.com
Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models(50 laps): 1. 23 Dave Farrington Jr. , Sabattus, 2. 72 Scott Robbins, Dixfield, 3. 94 Shawn Martin,Turner, 4. 53 Alan Wilson, Hebron, 5. 60 Tim Brackett, Buckfield ,6. 03 Scott Moore, Anson, 7. 73me Adam Polevinen ,Hebron, 8. 88 Brandon Barker, Windham, 9. 1 Kyle Desouza,Turner,10. 9t Alan Tardiff, Lyman, 11. 7g Curtis Gerry, Waterboro, 12. 10 Kate Re, Lovell, 13. 46 Dennis Spencer, Oxford, 14. 8 Calvin Rose Jr., Turner, 15. 61 TJ Brackett, Buckfield, 16. 74 Kelly Moore, Scarbrough, 17. 24 Mike Rowe, Turner
Back to Back SLM Wins For Farrington
OXFORD, ME -- Dave Farrington Jr of Sabattus became the first of the season to win back to back features in the Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models at Oxford Plains Speedway. This week was the first week the Figure 8 divisions returned to the track this season and boy, did they put on a show for the fans.

Scott Merrill of Poland won his first Vierra State Farm Agency Tiger Cat Figure 8s feature of the season. Merrill took the early lead and held on to the lead for 15 exciting laps.  Charlie Hall J.r of Oxford picked up 2nd while Ralph Green of Sabattus took home a 3rd place finish.

Chloe Kiley of South Paris won her 4th Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Ladies feature. Sue Veinott took the early lead but was passed by Betty Nelson before the first lap was complete. Veinott fell to 2nd until being passed by Chloe Kiley on lap 3. After a caution on lap 4, Kiley and Nelson battled for the lead and Kiley took over leading the field. Kiley led the rest of the feature. Betty Nelson of Limington settled for 2nd while Kasie Kolbe of Lisbon claimed the last podium spot.

Will Dunphy Jr. of New Glouester also picked up his 4th win of the season in the Rogees Auto Repair and Sales Cruisers. Bill Grover took the early lead with Phil Knowlton behind him in 2nd. Dunphy made his move on lap 4 passing Knowlton for 2nd. He moved on to Grover, but Grover held him off until lap 11 before Dunphy finally passed him on the outside. Knowlton passed Grover for 2nd on lap 15. Phil Knowlton of Minot finished in 2nd with Bill Grover of Waterford rounding out the top 3.

Cam Childs of Leeds captured his first win in the Harnish HVAC Consulting Outlaws. Breeanna Spaulding took the early lead with John Lizotte in 2nd and Brady Childs in 3rd. Brady moved to the outside of Lizotte and took 2nd from him on lap 7 while Spaulding pulled away from the field. Cam Childs took 3rd from Lizotte on lap 10. After a caution on lap 16 the field got shuffled. As Brady and Spaulding were racing for the lead side by side, Spaulding pulled away but Cam Childs moved up the outside and passed Spaulding on the last lap to win. Spaulding ended up spinning on turn 4 and finished in 11th place. Jonathan Emerson of Sabattus got 2nd while Brandon Varney of Mechanic Falls picked up 3rd place.

David Cook of Jay won his first Mixers Night Club and Lounge Rebels feature of the season. Cook took the early lead after a caution on lap 2. Matt Mahar made his move after the restart and made his way to Cook on lap 3. Mahar spent the rest of the feature on Cook's bumper. David Cook led all 20 laps of the feature. Matthew Mahar of Turner ended up settling for 2nd breaking his winning streak while AJ Smith of Oxford brought home 3rd.

Jake Dobson of Hartford captured his 3rd win of the season in the DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks. Alex Moore took the lead after a caution on lap 2. Dobson moved into 2nd with Ryan Farrar creeping up the outside. Dobson passed Moore for the lead on lap 4 and Farrar took over 2nd. Moore slipped further back and Rick Dobson moved into 3rd. Randy Green then took 3rd for a few laps before Moore finally took back the spot on lap 15. Ryan Farrar of Oxford and Alex Moore of Oxford finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Larry Lizotte of Poland picked up right where he left off winning his first Figure 8 feature of the season. Lizotte led all 20 laps, Dale Lawrence of Minot got 2nd place with Eric Hodgkins of Winthrop taking home a 3rd place trophy.

Maddy Herrick won her first race of the season in the T&M Commercial Funding Rookies. Cody Macomber brought the field to green but had a mishap at the start leading to a caution. Maddy Herrick took the lead on the restart and led the rest of the 15 lap feature. Alex Wilson of Naples picked up a 2nd place finish with Jeremy Turner of Norway rounding out the top 3.

Alex Mowatt of Norway won his 3rd Spencer Paving Group Bandits race of the season. Eric Parlin took the early lead from Josh Lovell while Chad Wills and Chris Foster battled for 3rd. As Wills passed Lovell on lap 4 for 2nd,  Foster followed. After a caution on lap 6 Parlin kept the lead but another caution came out for Parlin when his car began smoking so much they were afraid fluid was leaking on the track. After track officials checked underneath his car he remained the leader. Alex Mowatt powered up the outside on the restart and took the lead. Parlin fell to 2nd, and Wills took over 3rd. Mowatt led the rest of the feature. Eric Parlin of Oxford settled for 2nd place while Chad Wills picked up 3rd in a borrowed car after his car was wrecked last week.

Matt Dufault of Naples dominated in the Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks to win his first feature of the season. Dufault took the early lead with Shawn Knight and Patrick Thorne racing behind him. Knight pulled away and Thorne fell back to battle with Richard Spaulding. Caution came out on lap 16 when Jordan Russell and Billy Childs got together on turn 3. Shortly after that major carnage occurred once again on turn 3 involving Childs, Russell, Skip Stanley, and Zach Bowie. All of the cars were able to drive off but most were heavily damaged. Shawn Knight pulled his car off under caution so Dan Brown took over 3rd. Childs and Russell both managed to finish the race. Dufault led the rest of the race with Thorne behind in 2nd and Brown in 3rd. Dan Brown of Peru officially finished 2nd after tech making Billy Childs Jr. of Leeds the 3rd place finisher.

Alan Wilson took the early lead in the Crazy Horse Racing Super Late Models with Shawn Martin in 2nd and Adam Polevinen battling for 3rd with Scott Moore. Martin took the lead after a caution on lap 9. Scott Robbins made his way to the inside of Wilson taking 2nd from him on lap 11. Farrington began making his way to the front passing Wilson on lap 24 before passing Robbins on lap 31 for 2nd. Farrington raced up to the leader and finally managed to take the lead from him on lap 34. Scott Robbins of Dixfield crossed the line in 2nd place while Shawn Martin of Turner ended up settling for 3rd.
Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks (30 laps): 1. 61 Matt Dufault, Naples, 2. 83 Dan Brown, Peru, 3. 1 Billy Childs Jr., Leeds, 4. 95 Cody Childs, Auburn, 5. 36 Richard Spaulding, Lisbon, 6. 09x Ryan Ripley, Rockland, 7. 4 Jordan Russell, Norway, 8. 99 George Haskell, Casco, 9. 25 Shawn Knight, South Paris, 10. 04 Zach Bowie, Turner, 11. 64 Skip Stanley, Oxford, 12. Pat Thorne, Windham
Spencer Paving Group Bandits(20 laps): 1. 11 Alex Mowatt, Norway, 2. 3 Eric Parlin, Oxford, 3. 04 Chad Wills ,Oxford, 4.22 Dustin Salley, Mechanic Falls, 5. 71 Chris Foster, Bridgton, 6. 44 Jeff Libby, Auburn, 7. 22x Luke Mowatt, Norway, 8. 24 Travis Verrill, Oxford, 9. 42 Josh Lovell, Oxford, 10. 21 Ralph Green, Sabattus, 11. 4 Matt Smith, Oxford, 12. 91jr Brady Heath, Waterford
T&M Commercial Funding Rookies (15 laps): 1. 95 Maddy Herrick, Otisfield, 2. 8 Alex Wilson, Naples, 3. 09 Jeremy Turner, Norway, 4. 11 Dylan Cook, Minot, 5. 19 Samuel Wardwell, 6. 4 Cody Macomber, Greene
Vierra State Farm Agency Figure 8s(15 laps): 1. 00 Larry Lizotte, Poland, 2. 2 Dale Lawrence, Minot, 3. 4 Eric Hodgkins, Winthrop, 4. 41 Greg Durgin, South Paris, 5.Kyle Glover, Oxford, 6. 4 Dale Durgin Sr., 7. 3 Charlie Hall, Oxford


Outlaws, Rebels, Trucks, Ladies, Tiger Cat Figure 8s, and Cruisers
Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Ladies (20 laps): 1.16 Chloe Kiley, South Paris, 2. 8 Betty Nelson, Limington, 3. 12 Kasie Kolbe, Lisbon, 4. 28 Sue Veinott, Greene, 5. 82 Brandy Libby, 6. 44 Annie Chartier, Mexico, 7. 01 Mckalla Pulk, Litchfield
Rogees Auto Repair and Sales Cruisers (20 laps): 1. 4 Will Dunphy, New Glouester ,2. K21 Phil Knowlton, 3. 8 Bill Grover,Waterford, 4. 5 Dominik Knowlton, Minot, 5. 05 Gerard Cote, Oxford, 6. 16 Martin Buck, 7. 33 Matt Hiscock,Turner, 8.00 Larry Lizotte, Poland, 9. 51 Todd Harthorne, 10. 28 William Barker
Harnish HVAC Consulting Outlaws (20 laps): 1.11 Cam Childs, Leeds, 2. 16 Johnathon Emerson, Sabattus, 3 .1 Brandon Varney, Mechanic Falls, 4. 10 Brady Childs, Leeds, 5. 2 Shaun Hinkley, Oxford, 6. 27 John Lizotte, Poland, 7. 07 Rick Thompson, Naples, 8. 72 Deanna Bisbee, 9. 37 Cam Richards Sr., 10. 30 Matthew Veinott, Greene, 11. 21 Breeanna Spaulding, Lisbon, 12. 4 Calab Emerson Mains, Richmond, 13. 8 Betty Nelson, Limington, 14. 68 Paul Harmon, Bridgton
Mixers Night Club and Lounge Rebels (20 laps): 1.44 David Cook, 2. 0 Matt Mahar, Turner, 3. 50 AJ Smith, Oxford, 4. 15 Nate Dubuc ,Lewiston, 5. 71 Chris Foster, Bridgton, 6. 19 Greg Norton, Lewiston, 7. 18 Dustin Salley, Mechanic Falls, 8. 84 Doug Degroat, 9. 14x Adam Oneil, Turner, 10. 10 Corey Roussel, South Paris, 11. 55 Dean Jordan, 12. 9 Nick Odgen, 13. 13 Butch Keene, Turner, 14. 31 Thomas Richards, 15. 21 Ralph Green, Sabattus, 16. 00 Chris Giguere, Auburn, 17. 53 Spencer Moore, 18. 37 Cam Richards, 19. 1x Kevin Varney ,Mechanic Falls, 20. 52 Keegan Leighton, 21. 69 John Childs, Leeds
DnL Weatherization Sport Trucks (20 laps): 1. 49 Jake Dobson, Hartford, 2. 9 Ryan Farrar, Oxford, 3. 21 Alex Moore, Oxford, 4. 2 Randy Green, West Paris, 5. 05 Rick Dobson ,6. 19 Lukas Mitchell, 7. 51 Kyle Glover, Oxford, 8. 3 Autumn Berry
Tiger Cat Figure 8’s presented by Vierra State Farm Agency (15 laps): 1. 22 Scott Merrill ,Poland, 2. 13 Charlie Hall Jr., Oxford, 3. 21 Ralph Green, Sabattus, 4. 1x Kevin Varney, Mechanic Falls

OAS DIVISIONS - GATES OPEN 9 AM
- PRACTICE 10:00 AM - RACING 11:15 AM
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OCS DIVISIONS - GATES OPEN APPROX. 1 PM
- PRACTICE 2:30 PM - RACING 5 PM

PIT PASSES: Morning - $20   Afternoon - $ 35
Full Day Pass - $ 50

GRANDSTANDS NOTES
Front Gate Opens - for OAS: 10:15 AM - for OCS: 4:00 PM
Grandstands will be cleared in between segments.
Oxford Plains Speedway is excited to announce that fans will be allowed to attend this Saturday's OAS and OCS events. We are currently limited to a capacity of 200 Fans segregated into 4 groups of 50.

Due to these restrictions we are not able to offer any Junior, Senior, or Family 4 pack discounts. Tickets for Saturday's event will be sold Friday Night at the Front Ticket Booth from 4:00pm to 7:00pm.

Saturday Morning Ticket will be sold for $6. Saturday Afternoon Ticket will be available for $12.50. Saturday Full Day ticket will be sold for $18.

While at the Speedway we will need all fans to follow current social distancing requirements. Restrooms will be assigned to sections as well. While we are excited to have fans join us, we ask that if you do not personally feel safe joining us at the Speedway that you refrain from attending events at the Speedway until you feel safe doing so. Hand Sanitizer will be available at the Speedway, and we highly recommend that you wear a mask. Concession Stands will not be open. Soda and water will be available.
         
2020 OPS FORMS
2020 OPS LICENSE APPLICATION PDF
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:
Jamie Heath - 207-890-5700
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.
2020 BANDITS RULES PDF
2020 CRUISERS RULES PDF
6/10 2020 OUTLAW-LADIES RULES PDF
2/18 2020 ROOKIE DIVISION RULES PDF
1/23 2020 RUNNIN' REBELS RULES PDF
2020 SPORT TRUCKS RULES PDF
2020 TIGER CAT FIGURE 8 RULES PDF
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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