NAPLES ME  (September 22, 2008) The PASS Mods added extra distance for Sundays’ PASS 400 weekend feature at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, and Andy Shaw returned to victory lane for the first time since the PASS Mod opener at the Scarborough Maine oval. Shaw claimed the lead on lap seventeen and dominated the remaining thirty three laps for the convincing win. Troy Morse raced home second, with PASS Mod newcomer Glen Bradbury third, Rod Henry fourth and Tom Oliver fifth.

Greg Ellis and Scott McDaniel brought the field down to the green, and Ellis grabbed the early lead. McDaniel slid up the speedway and fell back through the field, while Bill Dixon ad Ronald Gooden raced up to second and third. Dixon took the lead away from Ellis one lap later and Troy Morse charged past Gooden on lap three for second.
By lap six Shaw was up to fourth from his ninth place starting position, methodically working his way to the front. Morse took his turn at the point, passing Dixon on lap nine, but Shaw was on a mission. He moved up to challenge Morse on lap twelve, and five laps later he took over the top spot and was never headed.
Shaw dedicated his win to the memory of Alan Tripp, a well known and liked figure in northern New England motorsports who passed away suddenly last week.
Mark Lucas, Tom Oliver and Shaw are locked in a three way battle for the PASS Mod title, and they’ll duke it out for the 2008 PASS Mod Championship at Wiscasset (ME) Raceway on Saturday October 4th for The Fall Brawl.
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Unofficial Finish – PASS Mod 50 lap feature – PASS 400 Weekend – Beech Ridge Motor Speedway – Scarborough ME  – 9/21/2008
1) 66-Andy Shaw, Center Conway NH 2) 6-Troy Morse, Bridgeton ME 3) 85 – Glen Bradbury 4) 50 – Rod Henry 5) 63-Tom Oliver, Windham ME 6) 9 – Mark Lucas, Harpswell ME 7) 14 – Scott McDaniel) 8) ) 27 – Scott Grant 9) 01- Ronald Gooden Jr., Whitefield NH 10) 29 – Greg Ellis, Hermon MAE 11) 03 – Gary Norris Jr., West Gardiner ME 12) 33- Bill Dixon, N. Waterford ME  13) 04 – Chad Harrington