Rain on Friday Increases the Hype for PASS at Lanier

Racers and race fans will have to wait one more day to witness the return of Super Late Model racing at Lanier Raceplex.  Rain showers on Friday forced the cancelation of the scheduled practice day and set up a highly-anticipated day of racing on Saturday for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) National 200.

 

Saturday’s schedule of events will remain as scheduled with pit gates opening at 8 a.m.  That will lead into the first round of rotating practice at 10 a.m.  Three divisions of Legend Cars and Bandoleros will also be in action throughout the day.

 

Heat racing will begin at 12:30 p.m. for Bandoleros, Young Lions, Semi Pros, Pros and the PASS Super Late Models.  Feature racing for the Legends and Bandoleros will lead into the 200-lap PASS National Championship race.

 

Mike Hopkins of Hermon, Maine leads the PASS National Championship standings entering the season finale.

 

The event will be the first stock car race held at the track in nearly a decade, dating back to CRA SpeedFest in January 2011.

 

After a gloomy day on Friday, the forecast for Saturday shows no signs of rain and great fall weather in Georgia.  Race fans can find more information about the event on www.proallstarsseries.com.

 

Those unable to make the trip to Braselton, Georgia will be able to watch a live pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.  Visit www.speed51.com/lanier to purchase your video ticket today.

 

-Story by: Brandon Paul, Speed51.com Content Manager – Twitter: @Brandon_Paul51

-Photo credit: Speed51

Rain on Friday Increases the Hype for PASS at Lanier