Naples ME (7/28/2009) Unity Raceway hosts the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) this Sunday August 2nd and the ticket price is a throwback to the days when all race cars were built from a junkyard and gas was less than a buck a gallon.

Thanks to NAPA and PASS, two adults can see 150 laps of PASS super late model racing, 40 laps for the PASS Mods and a 75 lap PASS Sportsman feature for just ten bucks each. That’s right, the two- for- one NAPA coupons from the Fathers Day rainout will be honored , this week’s edition of the Racin’ Paper has a two- for- one coupon and coupons are still available at most northern New England NAPA stores.

The PASS Sportsman have been on hiatus since the May race at Unity and those teams are anxious to get back on track at Maine’s toughest oval. Dan McKeage sits atop the Sportsman standing by twelve points over Carey Martin, with Mike Landry Shane Tatro and Lyman McKeage in spots three through five. McKeage, Martin and Tatro each have a race win under their belts, and Tatro earned his last time out at Unity in a wild finish that might just be topped on Sunday.

Andy Shaw started a three race PASS Mod win streak at Unity and the Center Conway NH speedster is atop the Mod standings. Steve Bennett Jr., Scott Grant and Bill Dixon are all chasing Shaw, and Sulo Burbank will be looking for a second straight win after scoring his first at Riverside Speedway on July 25th.

The PASS North super late models roll back into  Unity for some more wide open side by side action Pro All Stars style; the fast full bodied racers are perfectly suited to the Unity oval, a track that lets you put down the horsepower and race three wide when the need arises. Johnny Clark was victorious in May but Scott Chubbuck, Randy Turner, Kelly Moore, Travis Benjamin and DJ Shaw were all strong last time out so the competition will be fierce.

Practice gets underway at noon and the first heat takes the green at 3:00 PM sharp. For more information, race results and point standings visit or  . Unity Raceway is on line at .