CHARLOTTE, NC (January 27) – After a nearly three year absence, the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Models will return to the Concord (NC) Speedway this coming Memorial Day weekend. The PASS South Super Late Models will race on the unique half-mile tri-oval on Saturday, May 29th, on the eve of the Coca-Cola 600 just up the road at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
“We’re really excited to have the PASS South Super Late Models back at the Concord Speedway in 2010,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “The 2010 PASS South schedule is the best we’ve ever had and we feel Concord will add even more flavor to the diverse group of tracks we’re slated to race at this year. A lot of fans travel to the Charlotte area in May for the festivities at Charlotte Motor Speedway and we look forward to having them at Concord on May 29th for some great short track action. I’d also like to thank Dwight Davies and the entire staff at Concord for helping make this race possible.”
Concord Speedway has a rich history of Super Late Model racing. The legendary Big 10 Series attracted many of the nation’s top drivers and made short track superstars of drivers such as Rich Bickle, Freddie Query, Jack Sprague, and Hal Goodson.
“Concord Speedway is proud to welcome back the PASS South series in 2010,” said Concord Speedway’s Dwight Davies. “We hope short track fans from across the country come to Concord in May to see the fastest cars on America’s Fastest Half-Mile Tri-Oval.”
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