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OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY SWITCHING OCS TO SATURDAY NIGHTS ON 8/2
Wednesday - AUGUST 20th - 7:00 PM
OUTLAWS, SPORT TRUCKS, LADIES, RUNNIN’ REBELS, CRUISERS
KIDS RACECAR RIDES
Pits Open: 4:15 PM Grandstands Open: 5:30 PM
Adults: $5   Junior: $1   Pit Pass: $12
Thursday - AUGUST 21st - 6:30 PM
ALL KARTS DIVISIONS - PITS OPEN AT 4PM
Saturday - AUGUST 23rd - 7:00PM
DAVE'S SMALL ENGINE REPAIR NIGHT - OCS
PRO LATE MODELS 50, STREET STOCKS 35, OUTLAW SPORTSMAN 30, 
WICKED GOOD VINTAGE
Pits Open: 3:00 PM   Grandstands Open: 5:00 PM
Adults: $12  Junior: $5  Senior/Military: $10  Family: $25  Pit Pass: $25
Friday - AUGUST 15th
GOODWIN CHEVROLET NIGHT
EVENT PAGE WITH RESULTS
TJ BRACKETT VAULTS BACK INTO
TITLE CONTENTION WITH SECOND STRAIGHT
PRO LATE MODEL WIN
Oxford, Maine – Buckfield’s TJ Brackett scored his third win of the season in the 50-lap Budweiser Pro Late Model feature race, topping the weekly card in the Oxford Championship Series on Goodwin Chevrolet Night at the Route 26 oval track on Friday night.

“This is awesome,” the winner said from victory lane. “I’ve never won two in a row, let alone three in a season.”

Brackett took the lead away from Conway, New Hampshire racer Mark Lundblad, Jr., who had detonated an engine while leading the main event nearing the halfway point last Saturday night. On the previous Saturday Lundblad led 46 laps before spinning from the lead while battling TJ Brackett for the lead, resulting in track officials sending Brackett to the rear of the restart lineup.

TJ took his time until a clear opportunity arose, and once by Lundblad there was not a serious challenge. Veteran Alan Wilson of Hebron claimed runner-up honors, looking consistently strong throughout the 50-lapper. Lundblad scored the third-place hardware, ahead of Dixfield’s Scott Robbins and Jeremy Davis of Tamworth, New Hampshire.

Six nights earlier the young Buckfield racer became the first in the top class at OPS to score more than one main event triumph. Returning to action on Friday night, TJ took no prisoners, quickly overcoming his handicapped starting position to challenge early race leader Mark Lundblad, Jr.

After patiently awaiting his opportunity, Brackett got by and the outcome from that point was really not in doubt. Alan Wilson of Hebron capped an impressive run with runner-up finish in front of Lundblad, who made it a point to thank his aunt, best known as Sallie Graves, perhaps the most successful female racer in OPS history.

Ryan Hewins reclaimed his position as a championship contender in the 30-lap feature race for Allen’s Coffee-Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, displaying an emotionally-charged reaction to his triumph in the top support class in weekly Oxford Championship Series competition.

“We ain’t done and we’re not giving up,” the winner said after claiming the checkered flag. “We’re in this championship battle.”

Hewins took the race lead away from Spencer Morse of Waterford, the racer who lost the lead in the championship standings a week earlier after flipping down the frontstretch on the second lap. While Morse lost the battle, he hung on for runner-up honors and made great progress in the championship chase as chief rival Josh Childs struggled.

Corey Morgan prevailed in an entertaining, spirited balle with Sabattus racer Zach Bowie to claim the final podium position nd accompanying third-place trophy. Keith Stuart of Naples raced his vontage Chevelle to a fifth-place finish. Morse and Bowie won heat races.

Bryce Mains of Naples wired the field in non-stop action in an unusually-competitive 25-lap feature race for the Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman division class.

“Wow. We’ve been fighting this all year, and haven’t been able to hook it up,” the winner marveled in victory lane. For the entire distance, Mains had veteran racer Guy Childs nipping at his heels, but never buckled under the pressure.

Childs claimed runner-up honors, in front of Livermore Falls racer Mike Haynes. The third-place run by Haynes was particularly impressive, with much of his vast progress from his handicapped starting spot gained in the outside groove.

Steve Moon of Auburn was fourth under the checkered flag, followed by South Paris racer Deanna Bisbee, who gained several positions from her starting slot to round out the top-five. Mains and Moon were heat race winners.

Shawn Hinkley of Oxford returned to victory lane after a one-week hiatus in entry-level Bandit division action. Despite starting well behind the early frontrunners, Hinckley capitalized on timely restarts to outrun Dustin Salley of Norway to the checkered flag. Derek Cairns extended his slim lead in the championship standings with a third-place finish. Cam Cilds and Troy Smith rounded out the top-five in the 20-lapper. Paul Harmon and Richard Kimball posted victories in preliminarily races.

EVENT PAGE WITH RESULTS

Oxford Championship Series competition returns to action on Saturday night (August 23) with the first green flag scheduled to fly at 7:00 p.m. Oxford Plains Speedway is located on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine. For more information please visit oxfordplains.com or call (207) 539-8865.
Thursday - AUGUST 14th
EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS

Saturday - AUGUST 9th
Go-Kart event has been postponed until Saturday morning due to the inclement forecast.
EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS

Saturday - AUGUST 9
PEPSI NIGHT  -  OCS
KIDS BAKE A CAKE FOR THEIR FAVORITE DRIVER
EVENT PAGE WITH RESULTS
TJ BRACKETT FIRST 2014 REPEAT WINNER
IN PRO LATE MODELS
Oxford, Maine – Reigning Budweiser Pro Late Model champion TJ Brackett of Buckfield became the first repeat main event winner of the season in the top class of Oxford Championship Series competition, scoring in the 50-lap headlining event Saturday night at Oxford Plains Speedway, .

“It’s been a pretty cool week,” the winner said from victory lane. “First, winning with Kyle Busch at Chaudiere (Quebec, in PASS Super Late Model competition) and now this. Of course, I have to thank Seth Holbrook and the guys in the pits.”

Brackett and Holbrook, his main man twisting the wrenches, work with the NASCAR star whenever he races in this region. For Brackett it was also a 180-degree turn from the previous week at OPS, where he was sent to the rear of the lineup with three laps to go after being involved in an altercation that saw the leader of the race spinning.

Brackett started 11th in the 50-lap finale and methodically worked his way into contention until he went by Poland’s Tommy Ricker late in the race to lead until the checkered flag waved. Veteran racer Donnie Wentworth of Otisfield had a strong run, finishing second after spending a healthy portion of the event in the outside groove. 14-year-old Gunnar Rowe of Turner was the third-place finisher.

Championship leader Shawn Martin of Turner drove from 16th on the starting grid to finish in fourth position, with Ricker rounding out the top-five. Quinney Welch led several laps before fading to a sixth-place finish, with Alan Wilson of Hebron, Tim Brackett of Buckfield, Jeremy Davis of Tamworth, New Hampshire and Buckfield’s Vanna Brackett rounding out the top-ten. Rowe and Mark Lundblad of Conway, New Hampshire were heat race winners. Lundblad led the first 20 laps of the main event before retirting from the event with mechanical woes.

Evan Armington of Lovell took the lead from New Gloucester’s Ron Henry, then held off a late challenge by Newburgh’s Scott Alexander to score victory in a special, 40-lap feature race for the visiting Pro All Stars Series Mods.

“This is one of those nights where everything went right,” the young, third-generation racer said in victory lane. Armington also thanked a kid who gave him a lucky rabbit’s foot-shaped cookie he took along for the ride.

Alexander, a serious contender for the PASS Mods championship, closed quickly once in second position, but could not catch Armington. Andy Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire was third across the line, with the top-five rounded out by Mark Lucas of Harpswell and Livermore’s Scott McDaniel. Armington and Ryan Robbins of Dixfield scored heat race victories.

Josh Childs of Oxford emerged unscathed from a wild, 30-lap main event for the Allen’s Coffee-Flavored Brandy Street Stock division, scoring the main event victory and claiming the unofficial lead in the championship points standings as well. Childs dedicated the win to his aunt and uncle, Linda and Guy, who recently lost their home in a devastating fire. Childs entered the night well behind Waterford’s Spencer Morse, the previous week’s winner, but Morse met misfortune quickly in this race, sliding down the frontstretch on his roof on the first lap. Morse returned to the event with his battered racecar, but failed to finish after another altercation.

Childs got to the front of the pack quickly, then outran Rick Spaulding of Lisbon to the checkered flag. Zach Emerson of Sabattus crossed the line in third position, with the top-five filled out by Leeds racers Ryan and Kurt Hewins. Both Hewins raced from the back of the pack on a mid-race restart after being involved in the second Morse incident. Feature race winner Childs and Ryan Hewins were heat race winners.

“It was actually going pretty good tonight,” said Troy Jordan of Turner after cruising into victory lane following the 25-lap feature race for Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman competitors. Mike Haynes of Livermore Falls was clearly the best of the rest on this night, with Steve Moon of Auburn getting all that he could out of his machine to earn the final podium finishing position. Gerry Freve of Buckfield ended up in fourth position, followed by Dale Lawrence. Jordan and Todd Bisbee of South Paris were heat race victors.

Troy Smith, in just his third-ever race, claimed victory in the 20-lap main event for the entry-level Bandito division. Smith outgunned Derek Cairns on a late-race restart after running with the leaders throughout the race. Cairns held off the previous week’s winner, Shawn Hinkley, for runner-up honors. Points leader Dan Wade and early race leader Travis Verrill rounded out the top five. Smith and James Record won heat races.

Oxford Championship Series competition resumes Friday night, August 15, for one week only before returning to a Saturday night schedule, to accommodate next weekend’s O’Reilly Auto Parts Monster Truck Throwdowns on Saturday and Sunday.
SUNDAY, JULY 20TH

THE 41ST ANNUAL  OXFORD 250,
$1,000 TO WIN PASS MODS 75 LAPS,
STREET STOCKS, LEGENDS 50 LAPS, &
OUTLAW SUPER SERIES OF MAINE 50 LAPS
A PASS SLM NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT
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THE OXFORD 250 LAP BOARD
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EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS & RESULTS

TWO IN A ROW FOR TRAVIS BENJAMIN -
EDGES AUSTIN THERIAULT FOR OXFORD 250 WIN
The 41st running of the Oxford 250 was a crowd pleaser as sixty of the best Super Late Model teams in the country converged on the small town of Oxford, Maine to participate in the historic event. The fans were treated to over seven hundred laps of racing, with several teams collecting checkered flags, but none as happy and as excited as Travis Benjamin, whom collected his second straight $25,000 payday, plus lap money.

EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS & RESULTS
MARK LUCAS CAPTURES $1,000 TO WIN
MAYHAN ANTIQUES & MORE PASS MOD SPECIAL
Mark Lucas took advantage of another driver’s displeasure to capture the inaugural Mayhan Antiques & More 75 lap main event. Other support division winners visiting Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy victory lane on day three of the Oxford 250 weekend included Josh Childs, Mathew Bourgoine, and Kris Watson.

EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS & RESULTS

FRIDAY, JULY 18TH
 
PASS MODS, PASS SPORTSMAN, STREET STOCKS,
OUTLAWS, SPORT TRUCKS, LADIES,
RUNNIN’ REBELS, CRUISERS

EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS & RESULTS

SATURDAY, JULY 19TH
   
NEMA MIDGETS & NEMA LITES,
N.E. CLASSIC LITE DWARF CARS 30 LAPS,
WICKED GOOD VINTAGE RACING,
OUTLAW SPORTSMAN, & STREET STOCKS


$4,000 TO WIN PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
TRIPLE CROWN RACE - 125 LAPS

BEN ASHLINE CAPTURES INAGURAL
PASS NORTHEAST LM SERIES EVENT
Day two of the Oxford 250 weekend went off without a hitch at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine, as pleasant skies, and comfortable temperatures brought out a big crowd to enjoy Dunkin’ Donuts and Dave’s Small Engine Repair Night. Drivers visiting Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy victory lane included Ben Ashline, Avery Stoehr, Jake Smith, Tyson Jordan, Eddie Gilman, Michael Haynes, Bobby Symonds and Paul Pierce.

EVENT PAGE WITH PHOTOS & RESULTS
BANDITO CARS USING DUAL CAM
ENGINES TO CONTINUE
After much review, the Oxford Plains Speedway Tech Inspectors have made the decision to make an adjustment to the rules. Although the original intention was a trial period for dual cam cars, it has become apparent that for the health and growth of the class, we should continue on with allowing dual cam cars to compete. To equalize the competition we will adjust the weight penalty to even out the field from 50 lbs. to 75 lbs.

Beginning, Saturday, August 2, 2014, dual cam cars are allowed to compete in the Bandito’s division with the following condition:

1. All dual cam cars must add 75 lbs. to their racecar.
2 The 75 lbs. MUST BE LOCATED in the right front floorboard and be touching the inner rocker panel.
3. All weight MUST BE SECURED in a safe and proper manner. All decisions concerning safety will be left up to the OPS Tech team.

  
www.lockecraneservices.com   www.ismasupers.com
EVENT PAGE WITH RESULTS
CICCONI, DRAKE, BRANNON, & HAYNES
WIN BIG AT OXFORD PLAINS SPEEDWAY
The ISMA Super Modifieds rolled into Oxford Plains Speedway this past Friday night for the Bentley Warren ISMA Classic, and delivered a lightning fast, quality show on Locke Crane Services night. Drivers visiting Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy victory lane included Lou Cicconi, Justin Drake, Dave Brannon and Michael Haynes.

The 75 lap ISMA Super Modified race presented by Locke’ Crane Services, saw Cicconi jump from his pole starting position to a comfortable early lead while the heavy hitters raced through the pack. Mark Sammut dogged Cicconi and finally raced by for the lead and pulled away from the field. Jonathon McKennedy made his presence known as he fought his way into third spot. Heavy traffic had the leaders making bold moves, and Cicconi slipped by Sammut on lap 64 and cruised to the victory. Sammut hung on for second ahead of McKennedy, Rob Summers and Eric Lewis. Cicconi, McKennedy, and Chris Perley carried heat checkers.

The Budweiser Pro Late Models once again had a new face in victory lane as Justin Drake survived numerous cautions to claim the win. Shawn Martin closed to Drakes rear bumper late in the race but ran out of time. TJ Brackett survived several skirmishes to race home third ahead of Scott Moore and Adam Polvinen. Positions six through tenth included Jeremy Davis, Shane Green, Trevor Sanborn, Alan Tardif and Tim Brackett. Heat wins for the thirty-two cars in attendance included Alan Tardif, Chris Coolidge, Shane Green and Kyle Desouza.

The Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stock checkers flew for Oxford newcomer, Dave Brannon. Brannon held on over the final three laps to secure his first win of the season over Richard Spaulding, Josh Childs, Kyle Hewins and Spencer Morse. Brannon and Matt Williams won their respective qualifying rounds.

Michael Haynes picked up his second victory of 2014 as he easily outdistanced Bryce Mains, Jerry Freve, Troy Jordan and Guy Childs Sr. in the Ripley & Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman twenty lap main event. Haynes also won his qualifying round.

Racing resumes at OPS next Friday night as Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy will be the night’s sponsor featuring all four weekly divisions plus Legend cars and there will be Kiddee Racecar Rides at intermission. Post time is 7:30pm. For more information on Oxford Plains Speedway visit the website at www.oxfordplains.com or call the Track hotline at 207-539-8865. Oxford Plains Speedway is located at 877 Main Street, Route 26 in Oxford, Maine.
EVENT PAGE WITH RESULTS     OCS POINTS STANDINGS
POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER
APPLEBEE'S NIGHT  -  OXFORD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
THE HUSQVARNA 100
presented by DAVE'S SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Race 1 of the NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES TRIPLE CROWN
 
DAVE’S SMALL ENGINE REPAIR TO SPONSOR
NEW PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
Oxford Plains Speedway General Manager, Dick Therrien is pleased to announce that Dave’s Small Engine Repair, 910 Main Street on Route 26 in Oxford, Maine has signed on as the major sponsor for the all new PASS Northeast Late Model Series, which features three events at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, Maine in 2014. The three dates include Friday, July 4th, Saturday, July 19th and Saturday, September 27th.

Friday night, July 4th will be Applebee’s Night at the races which will feature the Husqvarna 100 for the new series, courtesy of Dave’s Small Engine Repair Service. Husqvarna is known for their quality power equipment and their quality is second to none. Dave’s Small Engine Repair offers Husqvarna, Ventrac, Toro and more. They are the area's leader in Sales, Service, Parts, and Rental Equipment and soon will be offering Storage Rentals. Dave’s is open Monday through Friday 8am-5pm, and Saturday’s 8am til noon.

“Oxford Plains Speedway is proud to have Dave’s Small Engine Repair on board with us in 2014," stated Therrien. "Not only are they sponsoring the new Pass Northeast Late Model Series, they also will be headline sponsor on Friday night, August 29th. Each event, Dave’s will put together a nice product display for fans to enjoy and ask questions about. Fans will have the opportunity to check out all the fine products that Husqvarna has to offer in the opener, and the next two events will feature products from Ventrac and Toro. Dave, Krissy and the professional staff at Dave’s Small Engine Repair are quality people and we welcome them to our team for the 2014 race season! This Friday with Applebee’s as the headliner, and Dave’s Small Engine Repair as divisional sponsor, fans will be treated to a great night of racing.”

Joining the new Dave’s Small Engine Repair, PASS Northeast Late Model Series will be the Budweiser Pro Late Models, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy Street Stocks, Ripley and Fletcher Ford Outlaw Sportsman, and the all new Banditos division. Post time is 7:30pm.
PASS NORTHEAST LATE MODEL SERIES
EXPANDED TO FOUR RACES
Pro All Stars Series President, Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce that the new Dave’s Small Engine Repair, PASS Northeast Late Model Series has expanded to four races from the original three race schedule. Besides the three races already scheduled for Oxford Plains Speedway on July 4th, July 19th, and September 27th, the PASS Northeast Late Model Series will now be a part of the PASS 400 weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine on Saturday, September 13th.

“The PASS 400 weekend, presented by Southern Maine Motors, is a huge weekend for the PASS Tour and all PASS divisions stated Mayberry. This new PASS division is really taking off and we felt that they deserved to be part of the weekend, so we added them to the Saturday schedule. I think it will be a day that both racers and race fans will enjoy.”

The added event will see the PASS Northeast Late Models racing 100 green flag laps with the winner receiving a check for $2,000. Saturday’s schedule will include qualifying races for several classes with features for support divisions and the PASS Northeast Late Model Series. More information will be coming in the next few weeks.
DON’T FORGET TO GET YOUR APPLEBEE’S
SUPER FAN CARD PUNCHED!!
Get your Applebee’s Super Fan Card punched at every race and earn free race tickets. Ten punches give you a free ticket to a regularly priced weekly show. Haven’t got one yet? Ask for yours at the ticket booth!
OPS SECURES BEVERAGE SALES PERMIT
The Oxford Select board approved the 2014 Polly’s Pit Stop license to sell beer in the grandstands for 2014. There will be a significant change for 2014 in the sales department as you will be able to purchase beer at the main concessions behind the grandstands, and enjoy your beverage anywhere in the grandstands. There will be a strict policy on beer sales s everyone will have to adhere to. Everyone will have to show ID, and once you have done that you will be issued a special bracelet. You will be allowed a maximum of four beers for the night, and your bracelet will be punched once for every beer. Beer will stop being sold prior to the start of the final feature of the night. OPS Management will have the right to not serve individuals with non-conforming photo ID’s, as well as people that are already under the influence.
APPLEBEE’S TO SPONSOR FAN FRIENDLY
SUPERFAN CARD AT OPS
Oxford Plains Speedway’s new General Manager, Dick Therrien, is pleased to announce that Applebee’s Restaurants have signed on to be the marketing partner for a brand new, fan friendly program called the Applebee’s Super-Fan Card.

Therrien explains, “We are instituting a brand new program here at OPS in 2014. The program is designed to reward the race fan for attending races on a regular basis. All a fan has to do is ask for their Applebee’s Super-Fan card when they attend any event at Oxford Plains Speedway. The card will be punched each time they attend. When they have all ten of the Applebee’s logos punched, they can redeem their punch card for a free ticket to the next regular racing event. Each fan must have their own punch card and some restrictions apply. This is a great way to reward our regular fans for supporting our track. I think they are going to love this new program!”

Applebee’s Marketing Coordinator of New England, Lori Prunier is excited as well, “We are looking forward to working with Dick and his staff at Oxford Plains Speedway. The Applebee’s Super Fan Card is an awesome way for us to interact with and support race fans throughout the season. The idea is very creative and fits perfectly with our customer service programs. We are very proud of the new partnership that we have formed.”

The Applebee’s Super Fan Card will be available on opening day, Saturday, April 12th, at the general admissions ticket booth.  www.applebees.com
Tom Mayberry's 2nd Annual
SWAP MEET TO RETURN IN 2014
Oxford Plains Speedway President, Tom Mayberry, has recently announced that the Annual Swap Meet and Flea Market will once again take place in the fall of 2014 here at Oxford Plains Speedway.

“I am very excited about our inaugural event that took place this past October stated Mayberry. It was a very well attended event for the first time that we tried it. We had over fifty vendors and over fifteen hundred paying customers that seemed to enjoy the event immensely. We had everything from racecars and racing parts, vintage cars and parts, to items from people’s basements and attics. A lot of items were sold and that’s what it’s all about. We even had one race team sell their Super Late Model and their enclosed hauler!”

The dates for the 2014 event are as follows:
Friday, October 24th – REGISTRATION & SET-UP DAY – NOON-5PM
Saturday, October 25th – FLEA MARKET DAY #1 – 8AM-4PM
Sunday, October 26th - FLEA MARKET DAY #2 – 8AM-4PM

OPS OFFICE HOURS
MONDAY - FRIDAY
9 AM - 3 PM

207-539-8865

877 Main Street
Route 26 in
Oxford, Maine


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IF ANYONE IS IN NEED OF A NEW SCORING TRANSPONDER, CONTACT PAUL JOHNSON AT 207-318-3850 AFTER 5PM. PRICE IS $450, RETAIL FOR $489.

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