NAPLES ME (MAY 12) It’s been dubbed Maine’s toughest oval, and Unity Raceway is one track that lives up to its name. It’s not fancy by any stretch of the imagination but racers and race fans alike love the racing that Unity produces. When the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) returns for the first time since 2007, fans can expect battles for position and tight racing throughout the field in every division.

With two races in the books, the Super Late Model  point standings are tighter than usual. Just four points separate the top five.  Cassius Clark carries a one point lead into Unity over Johnny Clark and a surprisingly strong Chris Staples. Adam Bates is three points back in fourth and Derek Ramstrom trails Bates by one.

2007 PASS Sportsman champ Dan McKeage is on top of the PASS Sportsman standings with a nine point lead over Carey Martin. Mike Landry, 2008 Sportsman champion Richie Morse and Shane Tatro sit in spots three through five.

Consistency has put Scott Grant on top of the PASS Mod standings where he leads Jerry Harrison by four markers.  Steve Bennett, Glenn Bradbury and Andy Shaw complete the first five in the popular open wheel division.

It’s an all PASS show on Saturday at Unity, with 150 laps for the PASS North super late models, 75 for the PASS Sportsman and 40 laps for the PASS Mods.  265 laps of green flag racing, PASS style is guaranteed to satisfy any race fans need for speed.

The back gates swing open at 10:00 AM Saturday. Grandstands open at 12:30 PM and the first heat race gets the green at 3:00 PM sharp.

Unity Raceway is located on Route 139 in Unity Maine.  For more information, log on to or