Naples ME (October 7, 2008)  Richie Morse  will  attempt to wrap up his first Pro All Stars Series (PASS) PLuffybilt  Racing Tractors Sportsman Series Championship on Saturday October 11th  at Groveton NH’s Riverside Speedway . The Waterford Maine racer currently holds a 26 point edge in the standings over Steve Bennett, (276-250) after six events of the seven race 2008 series. Terry Merrill trails the pair in third at 222 with Shane Tatro fourth at 219. Dan McKeage rounds out the top five with 199.

Merrill and McKeage account for two series wins a piece, but Morse  has recorded the most  top fives of any Sportsman series competitor (5) and he’s never finished outside the top ten all season long. That’s the kind of consistency that earns championships, but Morse will be looking for a race win Saturday to make his season complete. Series regular Jonathan Ledger cut his racing teeth at Riverside Speedway and the home town racer will be looking for his first series win on his home turf. 
The PASS Sportsman 75-lap Championship feature will share the card with the wildest enduro of the season, the Frostbite 250 for stock four cylinder and six cylinder cars and mini-trucks. The race carries a guaranteed $8,250.00 purse with a whopping $5,000.00 to the survivor who takes the checkered flag first. The final round of the speedway’s popular 4×4 tug-o-war series will complete the days’ schedule.
The pit gates at Riverside open at 8:00 AM Saturday. PASS Sportsman practice gets underway at 11:00 AM and racing goes green at 2:00 PM.
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