Naples, ME — Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials have announced the popular National Championship has returned for 2021 after COVID-19 related reasons put the series on hiatus in 2020. Eight big races across seven months from North Carolina to Maine dot the map and will count towards this year’s championship.
“After last season’s postponements and restrictions, we wanted to get back to crowning our National Champion this year,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “This schedule will give our drivers a chance to compete at the highest level of Super Late Model Racing to crown the best driver.”
The National Championship season kicks off with a pair of Races April 2-3 at Hickory Motor Speedway. April 2 is the postponed 2020 version of the Easter Bunny 150, followed by the 2021 version less than 24 hours later. From there, The national series takes on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on the April 17, followed by dates at White Mountain Motorsports Park on July 17 and Seekonk Speedway on July 28. The 48th Annual Oxford 250 on August 29 is race number six before Thunder Road on October 1 and the Thompson World Series appearance on the October 9.
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-PASS Press Release
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