Lee, NH – Glen Luce of Turner, Maine pulled away from the field in the late stages of Friday night’s Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model 150-lapper at Lee USA Speedway in Lee, New Hampshire to post his second win on the touring series this season.
Luce started from 14th position, patiently making steady progress through the field as Scarborough, Maine’s Garrett Hall set the pace for the first sixty laps. Six-time PASS North champion Johnny Clark took over and looked like a possible winner before Luce and 12th-place starter Travis Benjamin moved into contention with about 30 laps to go.
PASS North Back On Track This Weekend At Lee USA Speedway
NAPLES, ME (August 3) – In their last opportunity to race prior to the 44th Annual Scott’s Recreation Oxford 250 presented by Fastway Trailer Products, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North Super Late Models will be back on track this Friday night at Lee USA Speedway in New Hampshire. Coming in to this weekend’s action, seven drivers are within striking distance for the championship. With his win last weekend at Oxford Plains, two-time 250 winner, Travis Benjamin, has taken over the points lead, while Glen Luce, Ben Rowe, and DJ Shaw are all within 50 points of the leader. Dave Farrington, Jr., six-time PASS North champion, Johnny Clark, and New Hamsphire’s own, Derek Griffith, are all still in the thick of the fight of one of the championship contenders has a hiccup at Lee USA Speedway this weeken.
LEE, N.H. -.– Professional Super Late Model cars and stars of the PASS Tour Series return to Lee USA Speedway this Friday night as part of six divisions in a special six-feature race program starting at 6:45PM
Some of the top drivers in New England full-fender late model racing will be in the field as well as winged Super-Modifieds, Hobby Stocks, Ironmen Stocks, and Pure Stocks.
Current PASS Tour point leader Ben Rowe, of Turner, ME, and Travis Benjamin, Belfast, ME, lead the list of drivers in the field. D.J. Shaw, of Center Conway, NH, Derek Griffith, Hudson, NH, and Joey Doiron, Berwick, ME, all are top-10 point drivers expected to compete in the 150-lap main event.
Lee USA Speedway 7/21/17 Race Report
Lee, NH – The Valenti Modified Racing Series rolled into the Lee USA Speedway for a pair of 50-lap events on Friday night, the second appearance of the year for the tour at “New Hampshire’s Center of Speed“. It was a memorable night for the two VMRS feature winners as both Dan Meservey, Jr. of Brewster, MA and Troy Talman of Oxford, MA picked up their first-ever series victories in the doubleheader.
Polesitter Dylan Rock of Enfield led the opening 46 laps of the first 50-lap run, but a late-race restart gave Meservey the shot he needed, and he made the best of it. Meservey slipped past Rock to take the point on lap 47, and led the field to John Spence Jr.‘s checkered flag three laps later to collect the win.
Lee, NH. – Two more drivers have added their names to the long list of first time winners at New Hampshire’s Lee USA Speedway, after Friday nights Twin-50 lap feature races for the Valenti Modified Racing Series.
Dan Meservey Jr, of Brewster Massachusetts, and 22-year old Troy Talman of Oxford, Massachusetts, were the victors in the 14th annual summer race at the New Hampshire 3/8th mile racetrack.