Pro Allstars Series President, Tom Mayberry and Speedway 51’s Promoter Dick Therrien have agreed to postponing the NAPA 151 Pass Super Late Model race scheduled for Saturday, August 10th.
“Both parties agree that the timing isn’t quite right to run the event at Speedway 51on August 10th, as the prestigious Oxford 250 is just around the corner and so many teams are preparing for the giant event stated Therrien. This is a rebuilding year for us at Speedway 51, and we want to be able to host a quality show that PASS has always been known for. We are now looking ahead to 2020 where we can open our season in May with the PASS North event like we were supposed to do in 2019 but were rained out.”
“PASS has always enjoyed coming to Speedway 51 and racing for many, many years, Mayberry concluded. We were really looking forward to kicking off both Speedway 51 and the PASS North Series schedules with a big event which would give both parties a lot of momentum heading into the 2019 race season. Unfortunately the weather did not cooperate, and we had to pull the plug early. We both hated to pull the plug so close to the August 10th event, but it is in best interest for all parties involved to reschedule the event for May of 2020 and both parties can hit the ground running. I am looking at running a PASS race on Sunday, August 11th at Oxford as the final tune-up for the Oxford 250. More details about this change will be released in the very near future.”