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NAPLES ME (9/21) The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North super late model and sportsman teams return to North Woodstock NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park for their final race under the lights for 2011 and there’s some records on the line and a tight point race that will heat up Saturday’s evenings’ action.

The point race belongs to the PASS Sportsman series. Prior to last Sunday’s 100 lapper at Beech Ridge Shane Tatro had a solid lead in that popular division. But, a 24th place finish by Tatro combined with up front runs by Dan McKeage and Carey Martin has turned the standings upside down. Heading to White Mountain there‚Äôs just six markers separating the top five, and 2009 series champion Carey Martin is on top of the heap at 172, McKeage is just two back and Tatro is now tied with Craig Smith at 170. Donnie Morse is right with them at 167.Tatro won last time out at WMMP, with McKeage and Morse hot on his heels. With two races left on the PASS Sportsman schedule you can expect a battle royal for the title and it all begins at White Mountain.

On the Super Late Model side Johnny Clark is in command. He’s looking to snatch the record for single season wins away from Ben Rowe. Rowe’s record stands at eight and Clark has to win at White Mountain to tie then repeat the feat at the season finale at Oxford Plains Speedway to claim the record. Clark has had a dream season in 2011 with seven wins, ten top five and top ten finishes in every event. That’s a tough act to follow and although Clark won last time out at the North Woodstock quarter mile, it took a late race caution to draw Clark to the outside pole where he out powered DJ Shaw on the subsequent restart. Brian Kruczek joined Shaw and Clark on the White Mountain podium two weeks ago and the aggressive racer from Newmarket NH wont be happy with anything but a win this time out.

The PASS National Championship trail comes to White Mountain for the first time and that title has come down to a two driver battle with Ben Rowe atop the standings and PASS South point leader Jay Fogleman playing catch up. It will be a new track for The Durham NC racer and an old favorite for Rowe, but expect the pair to battle tooth and nail as the PASS National Series winds down. That championship will be determined in Rougemont North Carolina on November 26 when the PASS South and National series travel to Orange County Speedway for the Thanksgiving Classic/Mason-Dixon Meltdown.

White Mountain’s weekly racers have their own titles on the line on Saturday; it’s Championship night for the Tigers, Mini’s Strictly s and Kids Trucks.

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