CHARLOTTE, NC (October 12 2009) – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today that the 2009 season has been completed for the PASS Late Model Trucks.  While the PASS Late Model Trucks will not compete in a previously scheduled event for Saturday, October 24th at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, the PASS South Super Late Models will still be there in action.  The Howler will be the final points race of 2009 for the PASS South Super Late Models.

In 2009 PASS sanctioned the Late Model Trucks for the first time as a support division for the PASS South Super Late Models.  Veteran racer Hal Goodson won the first ever PASS Late Model Truck race back in March at the Dillon Motor Speedway.  In nine races in 2009, 30 drivers competed in at least one event with four drivers taking wins including Goodson, Grant Davidson, Jody Measamer, and Clint King.  On the strength of a series leading four wins and never finishing lower than third, Davidson will be crowned as the inaugural PASS Late Model Truck Champion.  Davidson took the title by 36 points over Measamer, who finished the season by winning three of the final four PASS Late Model Truck events.
The decision to cancel the final PASS Late Model Truck event at Greenville was made following a disappointing Truck turnout for the most recent series event at Southern National.  A decision regarding the 2010 season will be coming soon.
“This season we decided to bring the Late Model Trucks in under PASS sanction and we saw some really outstanding races everywhere we went,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry.  “We really appreciate Grant Davidson, Jody Measamer, Michael Cooper, and Justin Crider for their support throughout the entire season.  During the off season will talk to the Truck competitors and make a decision about next year in the coming weeks.”
The PASS South Super Late Models return to action this weekend at the South Boston Speedway in Virginia for the Mason-Dixon 500.  The race will be the longest at 250 laps and richest of the 2009 season.  In addition to the 250 laps of racing for the PASS South Super Late Models, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stocks will also be competing in a 250 lap event.  For more information go to, or