Naples ME (March 2)  The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) National Championship is back for 2009, and the four race series  will see the top super late model shoes from Florida to Canada compete for the title.

The National Championship schedule will once again feature three PASS South events and one hosted by PASS North. Cassius Clark took the 2008 title north to Farmington Maine after a season long battle with John Stancill for the crown.

The series kicks off at Hickory (NC) Motor Speedway Saturday April 11th with the fourth annual Easter Bunny 150 and heads north on September 12th and 13th for the PASS 300 weekend at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough Maine. Kenly North Carolina’s Southern National Raceway Park will host round three on Saturday September 26th, and the 2009 PASS National Champion will be crowned at “The Meltdown” at South Boston (VA) Speedway on Saturday October 17th.

PASS has upped the stakes for the National title, thanks to the generosity of Leavitt Racing Components.The 2009 series titlist will receive a Leavitt Racing Components super late model chassis for their efforts. The new Leavitt chassis has created a lot of buzz in the short track racing world, and the top gun in the PASS National Championship series will have one in his garage this fall.

Well known as manufacturers of high quality chassis and chassis components for all forms of circle track racing, Leavitt Racing Components has expanded their product line to include Fuel Safe Fuel Cells, Earl’s Performance plumbing products and Woodward Precision steering components. In addition Leavitt Racing Components manufacturers an extensive line of shop tools and fixtures that are second to none.

Check out Leavitt Racing Components’ E-Store 24/7 at or call them at 1.800.943.4149.Their showroom and manufacturing facility is located at 174 Gasoline Alley in the Lakeside Industrial Park, Mooresville North Carolina.

The PASS South Super Late Models lift the lid on their fourteen race 2009 campaign at Dillon (SC) Motor Speedway on Saturday March 14. The South Carolina Clash will also feature the inaugural PASS sanctioned Late Model truck 75 lapper.  The PASS North schedule goes green on Sunday April 19th at Speedway 95 in Hermon ME, but you can expect many North series competitors to head for warmer climes to shake down their rides at one or both of the South ‘s first two events.

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