NAPLES, Maine – Entries from every corner of the United States, as well as Canada, continue to make their way into the Pro All Stars Series offices for the 43rd annual HP Hood Oxford 250.
The HP Hood Oxford 250 will take place on Aug. 26-28 at Oxford Plains Speedway, paying $25,000 to the winner. With additional lap leader bonus money also on the line, this year’s HP Hood Oxford 250 winner could potentially take home up to $50,000.
Several drivers have already punched their tickets to the prestigious race through the Road To The Oxford 250 qualifying events, including this year’s Easter Bunny 150 winner Ben Rowe, as well as Wayne Helliwell Jr., Scott Farrington and Florida’s Dalton Sargeant, each of whom advanced through a non-winner’s race at Oxford Plains a couple of weeks ago.
Among those who have already entered are Pacific Northwest legend Garrett Evans, who will be attempting the Oxford 250 for the first time in his career, six-time PASS North super late model champion Johnny Clark, 2014 series champion and current points leader D.J. Shaw, two-time PASS National champion Jay Fogleman and his son Tate, the defending PASS South super late model champion, former champion Cassius Clark and 2015 PASS National champion Joey Doiron.
Three-time HP Hood Oxford 250 winner Mike Rowe is joined on the entry list by fellow 250 winners Travis Benjamin, Joey Polewarcyzk and last year’s surprise winner Glen Luce.
The state of Maine will be well represented by Reid Lanpher, David Oliver, Richie Dearborn, Alan Wilson, Dave Farrington Jr., Mike Hopkins, Adam Polvinen, Scott Mulkern, Tim and T.J. Brackett, Dennis Spencer Jr., Wyatt Alexander, Scott Robbins, Jacob Dore, Garrett Hall, Shawn Martin, Gary Smith, Tracy Gordon, Larry Gelinas, Dan McKeague, Corey Bubar, Jeff Taylor and veteran Kelly Moore.
New Hampshire natives Bryan Kruczek and Jeremy Davis will be hoping to return to victory lane in the biggest race of the year, along with fellow Granite State driver Derrick Griffith.
Massachusetts’ Derek Ramstrom is hoping his big race experience will pay off and will be joined by fellow New Englanders Travis Stearns, Kyle Desouza, Brent Dragon, and North Carolina transplants Ben Lynch and John-Michael Shenette.
Michael Scorzelli will make the trip from New York as well as New Brunswick’s Matt Matheson, who will be looking for a win as he tries to take the trophy north of the border.
CREDIT: Pro All Stars Series