NAPLES, ME — After a few weeks off due to rain, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models will be back on track Friday night at Lee USA Speedway in New Hampshire. Coming in to this weekend’s action, nine drivers are in striking distance for the championship, including Tamworth, NH’s Jeremy Davis. While Davis sits ninth in points, the Granite State favorite is not happy with his results, scoring only one top 10 finish so far this season.
“My season so far has had ups-and-downs,” says Davis. “We’ve had some bad luck with mechanical issues taking us out of a bunch of races this season. Lots of big races we were in contention for the win, just bad luck has taken us out. Like our last race at Lee, we lost the motor fighting for the lead late in the race.”
Last year, Davis finished third to DJ Shaw and Derek Ramstrom for his third straight top five finish. Coming back to Lee USA Speedway this weekend with PASS North, Davis believes all the ingredients are there to challenge for a win, if luck is on his side. And it is special, since Davis began attending races there when he was just a week old.
“I’m excited to get back to Lee, it’s one of my favorite tracks,” says Davis. “It’s big, fast, and high-banked. There’s not a lot of bite left since the asphalt is worn out, which makes it very challenging. There’s two grooves at Lee, but no one knows which is faster until you try it out that day. I’m really hoping for some redemption from my bad luck at Lee, but just a turn around in my luck would be good to me.”
Another strong field is expected for Friday night’s action at Lee USA Speedway including former HP Hood Oxford 250 winners, Ben and Mike Rowe, as well as last year’s winner Glen Luce, and former two-time winner, Travis Benjamin. Former PASS champions, Johnny Clark and DJ Shaw are also entered, along with Matt Matheson, Todd Stone, Derek Ramstrom, and Wyatt Alexander, plus Granite State drivers, Bryan Kruczek, Derek Griffith, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr.
All the action gets under way on Friday at Lee USA Speedway with rotating practice for all competing divisions starting at 4 – 6 PM Racing gets under way at 7 PM with heat race action followed by features for the PASS North Super Late Models and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
PASS North Super Late Model entry forms for Lee USA Speedway, the PASS Non-Winners race at Oxford Plains Speedway, and Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, along with the 43rd Annual HP Hood Oxford 250 entry forms, can be found at ProAllStarsSeries.com.
-Pro All Stars Series Press Release
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