Fredericton, NB – Johnny Clark, based on last years performance and the season he has had to date would arguably be the man to beat heading into this weekends Auto Value 250. But there are several teams heading to the Geary woods this weekend that have different plans. The biggest name in modern stock car racing in the Northeast, Ben Rowe has some unfinished business at the Auto Value 250 and is retuning to see what he can do about that. After missing his heat race in 2010 due to a motor change, Rowe won his consi and was heading to the front early in the 250 we he was involved in a wreck that ended his day. “We had a great car last year and the team worked their tails off to change that motor on Sunday morning. I cant wait to take another crack at these guys and that Auto Value 250 trophy!”. Rowe is fresh of his win in the Atlantic Cat 250 and is a four time PASS North Champion as well as a two time winner of the Oxford 250. Rowe will again pilot a car prepared by O’Neal Racing crew, the same car Sterling Marlin entered in the 2009 event.