Naples ME – (January 6 2008) Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry has announced a new engine package that will be eligible for competition in the PASS South super late model series for the upcoming season. In 2009, PASS South competitors will have the option of utilizing "Pro Cup" spec engines in PASS South  super late models.

According to Mayberry, "Since we started the Pro All Stars in 2001 we've permitted a variety of engine options in an effort to allow racers to utilize the equipment they have already invested in. This addition to the PASS South rules   gives our super late model teams access to yet another readily available and affordable engine option."

"This package has undergone comparison testing and has proven to be very competitive and will compliment the engine options we currently permit," stated Mayberry. "With the proper weight assignment to this package, the inclusion of the "Pro Cup" spec engine will make PASS South super late model racing a viable option for even more race teams."

or further details or answers to any  technical question regarding the PASS South super late models, contact Scott Reed at 207-625-3230 or

PASS South kicks off its fourth season on Saturday March 14th with the South Carolina Clash at Dillon (S.C.) Motor Speedway.  You'll find PASS on line at