The PASS 200 scheduled for this evening has been postponed because of forecasted showers for this afternoon and evening. The event has been rescheduled for tomorrow afternoon at 2PM. The pit gate opens for race teams at 9am. The grandstands open at 12pm. Racing at 2pm.
Sunday, June 10th @ 2:00p.m.
Pit gates open at 9am
Grandstands open at 12p.m.
Racing starts at 2p.m.
Adults (16 and over) $30
Youth (ages 9-15) $15
Children (ages 8 and under) FREE
This weekends Pro All Stars Series 200 is shaping up to be an awesome event again in 2012. Several of the top Pro Stock drivers from New England are headed to Speedway 660 in an attempt to take the PASS 200 trophy and the cash back across the border!
A couple of familiar faces from the Geary oval are ready to make sure that doesn’t happen. Defending Auto Value 250 Champion Shawn Tucker has carried home some big trophies from Speedway 660 and is looking to take another one home this Saturday night in his AL Gullison Impala! Tucker has had a couple of cracks at the PASS teams several years back but has been absent for the last two PASS 200 events.
Shawn Tucker and crew after winning the 2011 Auto Value 250
Chris Duncan in his 2012 Easy-Kleen Impala
Fredericton NB – Johnny Clark is no stranger to Speedway 660. The 33 year old Farmingdale, Maine short-track racer loves to visit the Geary Woods. On Saturday at 7PM Clark will attempt to win his third straight PASS 200 event at Speedway 660.
The defending Pro All Star Series champion heads a star-studded field of drivers who will make the tour’s only visit of the year to Atlantic Canada. In addition to his 2010 and 2011 PASS 200 wins, Clark has two SPEEDWEEKEND Auto Value 250 victories at Speedway 660.
Johnny Clark and Lonnie Sommerville battle in early 2012 PASS season action. Photo Norm Marx
Lonnie Sommerville and the rest of the Pro All Star Series racers will invade Speedway 660 this weekend for their only Atlantic Canadian stop on the PASS Tour. Wade Wilson, Speedway 660 announcer, recently talked with Lonnie about this weekend’s race, the tour, coming home to race in NB and his racing career.
Lonnie Sommerville, a two time Auto Value 250 winner, is excited about coming home to Speedway 660 for Saturday’s PASS 200. Sommerville, who finished 2nd in PASS points last year, will be out for his first tour win of 2012.
It’s pretty easy to get excited about this weekend’s race at Speedway 660! The Pro All Star Series Tour rolls into town for the PASS 200. Next to the Auto Value 250, it’s our biggest event of the year.
I really like the PASS race because it is an early season opportunity for our fans to see one of North America’s best short-track tours. And it is a chance for us to see which drivers are at the top of their game, because many of them will come back to see us on SpeedWeekend to try to win the 250.
Johnny Clark (center), the 2011 PASS champion and winner of the 2011 PASS 200 at Speedway 660, will be a top contender at this weekend’s event. Ben Rowe (right) and his dad Mike (left) finished second and third last year.
It was kids night at Speedway 660 on Saturday night and Hanwell Village Mart Bandolero driver Alexandra O’Blenis followed up a heat race win with a victory in her feature race. 2011 Bando champ Dana Hamm-Cameron finished second followed by Cole Tanner. Cole Boudrea won the other heat race.
Alexandra wasn’t the only member of the O’Blenis family who ended up a winner on kids night. Her father Dave won the caution-free A.L. Gullison Disaster Clean-up pro stock main event. O’Blenis took the checkers over Greg Fahey and Chris Duncan. Mike Kyle and Kevin Moore won the heat races and Duncan won the dash.