With four races completed so far during the 2021 Pro All Stars Series (PASS) season, we decided to take a look at 10 interesting stats from the season thus far.
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3: Kate Re posted a career-best third-place finish at Lee USA Speedway (NH) to become the highest finishing female driver in a PASS Super Late Model event. With a strong run so early in the season, we expect to see more from Re, who led several laps before settling into her first podium finish.
4: PASS has started the 2021 season with four races and four different winners. It’s not been since 2008 that a season started with that many winners. We expect there to be a lot of faces in victory lane this year in the summer months as PASS is known for having tough competition during the season. A rule that doesn’t allow previous winners to start better than 11th helps with this as well.
15: Despite all we have seen so far, there are still 15 races left to go on the 2021 schedule.
19: Earlier in the year, Johnny Clark picked up a win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway marking the 19th different PASS track he has won at. Clark will have a good shot at 20 tracks when the series arrives at Hudson Speedway (NH) on June 20.
17: Currently, there are 17 points separating six-time PASS North Champion Johnny Clark from four-time PASS North champion Ben Rowe. For people who have been around the series this is like a page from the past to see these two duking it out for the title. In the past, they have finished one and two in the point standings five times with Clark having the nod at 4 to 1. What will happen this year?
24: There were 24 PASS Modifieds at Lee USA Speedway last weekend, making it one of the more successful races in series history. Tyler King, the defending series champion has 25 top fives in 29 starts and 28 of his 29 has resulted in a top 10 finish. He has 10 career wins, which is fifth all-time in the series.
29: The number of drivers who have posted top 10 runs thus far in only four races. The most you could have in four races is 40, and PASS is so competitive that 29 drivers have posted a top 10. This number is only expected to go up.
200: Speaking of the PASS Modifieds, their last time out was the 200th PASS Modified event in series history. They have plenty more action to come this season with 12 more races on the schedule.
294: Ben Rowe has made 294 starts in the PASS North Series. Now, this is for point counting events only. Rowe has never missed a show in the north and is scheduled to make his 300th start back at White Mountain in the summer. This, of course, comes with no schedule changes and or weather delays. Speed51 will monitor this upcoming achievement.
14: Kate Re sits only 14 points behind Johnny Clark in the PASS New England North standings. The overall standings will be just one of the championships to battle for as New England will have both a north and south division.
-Story by: Elgin Traylor, Speed51 Correspondent
-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo