(July 9, 2007 – Naples, ME) In response to numerous phone calls from PASS followers and pro stock fans in Maine and throughout New England, the management of the New Riverside Speedway in Antigonish, Nova Scotia and PASS Racing President Tom Mayberry announced today that the track has set aside 500 seats for Super Late Model/Pro Stock fans from Maine and the other New England states for the IWK 250 Presented by Steve Lewis Auto Body and DuPont Refinish on Saturday July 21, 2007. 

Almost 4500 tickets have already been sold for the biggest race weekend in Atlantic Canada, and the New Riverside Speedway and PASS want to make sure that the fans that follow PASS Racing and all the pro stock fans from New England will be guaranteed to be included in the festivities.

Fans can order reserved seat tickets now and they will be held at the Will-Call window at the track for pick up when you arrive. Ticket ordering is easy:

 Before ordering go to the track website at www.riversidespeedway.ca and check the seating plan. Please note that row A is the top row and the front stretch stands go from row A at the top to row S at the bottom. The L1 to L5 grandstands in turns one and two go from row A at the top to row H at the bottom. The closer to row A you are the better the sight lines.

 Credit card orders by phone to the Riverside Speedway administrative offices at 1-902-863-2410. VISA and MasterCard credit cards will be accepted from 10 AM Atlantic time to Noon and from 2 to 5PM Monday to Friday. 

Remember the prices are in Canadian dollars, and tell the seller that you will pick up the tickets at Will Call. This is the best way to order tickets to avoid the real chance of not receiving your tickets through the mail on time. 

Credit card orders using the on-line form at www.riversidespeedway.ca. When you fill out the on-line order form after printing it out as a pdf or in the WORD format, PLEASE put “WILL CALL” after your name on the NAME line of the form. Then fax the completed order form to: 1-902-863-9244.

PASS fans making the trip to Antigonish with self-contained campers can park right on the speedway grounds on a first come-first serve basis. This weekend is a great opportunity to see the fastest full-fendered cars in the Northeast as part of a family vacation that includes the Antigonish Highland Games, the longest-running Highland Games in North America, including pipe bands, Highland dancing, heavy events, tug of war contests, and great entertainment in the Ceilidh Corner (Beer Tent). See www.antigonishhighlandgames.com for the complete schedule and more information.

"They're called Super Late Models for a reason."