driver_jdBerwick, ME – Going into the final race of his best season since joining the Pro All Stars Series North in 2010, Joey Doiron is feeling confident racing for his first championship.  In a season that started out with Doiron battling Cassius Clark for the win at Oxford Plains Speedway, it would seem fitting that those two are the front runners leading into the final race of the season at the same track.

With his two wins, eight top fives and a series leading ten top ten finishes, Doiron has certainly had a season to remember.  He has lead the point’s standings since the seasons second race until being surpassed by Clark by just three points in the last race at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.  With two runner up finishes in the season opening race at Oxford Plains and in the TD Bank 250, Doiron is confident his team can perform well enough to grab the championship this weekend.

“There’s been a few of us that are close at Oxford Plains, but we’ve been right there every time,” Doiron said of the famous 3/8th mile speedway, “Either way, no one expected us to have lead the point’s standings all year or even be in this position with one race to go, so it’s good to prove to a lot of people we can be a championship contending team.”

The showdown will be this Saturday, September 28th at Oxford Plains Speedway in the Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150.  Doiron, Clark and DJ Shaw have seven points separating them and each will be seeking their first PASS North championship.  Racing will start at 1:00PM with the 150 lap feature event following.  Get to the track this weekend to show your support for the drivers and to cheer on the 73 Wild Willy’s Burgers/JBJ Machine team.

For more information on Joey Doiron, find him on Facebook at Joey Doiron Racing, on Twitter @joeydoiron73 and online at

Story by Evan Beaulieu
Photos by Norm Marx