DJ Shaw takes PASS North Super Late Model championship lead with Speedway 95 victory
Hermon, ME – DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire drove to an impressive victory Sunday afternoon in the 150-lap Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model main event at Speedway 95 in Hermon, Maine.
Shaw took the race lead a lap before the halfway point, charging back into contention aboard the Precision JLM 60 after restarting from the rear of the field following a pit stop with only 15 laps completed.
After Rare Weekend Off, PASS North Returns To Action At Speedway 95
NAPLES, ME (June 12) – Following a trip to Canada and an off weekend, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models return to U.S. soil to compete at Speedway 95 in Hermon, ME on Sunday afternoon. The speedway known as “Maine’s Family Fun Track” will host race number eight of the 2018 season for New England’s top Super Late Model stars.
Speedway 95 next stop for ECS Conx2share series,
Presented by Woody’s Traction and FXR
CLARKSBURG, Mass. (Jan. 23, 2018) – After a successful season opener in southwestern New Hampshire, race teams and officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) are headed north for the EMCC Foundation’s Dysart’s Snocross this coming weekend, Jan. 27-28, at Speedway 95 in Hermon, Maine.
Spectator gates open at 10 a.m. each day. Tickets are $10 per day for adults or $15 for a weekend pass. Children age 7 and under are admitted free with a paying adult. Pit passes for those wanting an up-close look at the teams as they work on their machines are available for an extra $10.
photo by Norm Marx
Hermon, Maine – Derek Griffith of Hudson, New Hampshire nailed down his first-ever Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model victory Sunday afternoon in the Hight Chevrolet Buick GMC 150 at Speedway 95 in Hermon, Maine.
Griffith and his LCM Motorsports 12 car pulled away from the pack in the closing laps after an unusually-competitive battle saw five different drivers lead – many on more than one occasion – over the first 100 circuits of the tricky, 1/3-mile oval track.
2016 Texas Roadhouse North East Mini Stock Tour presented by Twisted Tea
Bleak forecasts and gloomy skies surrounded the days leading up to the return of the North East Mini Stock Tour along with its sponsors Texas Roadhouse and Twisted Tea to the one third mile flat oval in Hermon, ME. The last race at Speedway 95 for the NEMST was held in May of 2009 the first year of the mini stock touring series which has since become one of the most recognized in New England.
That first day saw Justin Trombley take home the feature win, a driver that has had so many laps around the oval he could do it with his eyes closed. Fast forward to 2016. Trombley has decreased the number of tour races he competes in currently and the tour has drawn in the highest caliber of four cylinder competitors the region has to offer. Those competitors include Haywood Herriott and Zach Audet who both won their heat races during Sunday’s event, as well as 2 time champion Emerson Cayer and entering point leader Nick Maniatis.
PASS Super Late Models Chase Garrett Hall at Speedway 95
Scarborough, Maine racer first repeat victor this year
Hermon, Maine – Garrett Hall of Scarborough charged into contention from his sixth row starting position, battling his way to victory lane Sunday in a rain-plagued 150-lap Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model race that went the scheduled distance at Speedway 95 in Hermon.
Hall, who said he was told the track “was flat and bumpy” had never seen the track prior to Sunday’s event. After several rain delays interrupted practice sessions and qualifying races, weather continued to threaten, so Hall – starting back in the field as a previous 2016 race winner on the series, wasted little time making his way through the field on the tight track.