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PHOTO GALLERY: Pro All Stars Series 300 at Beech Ridge

The Pro All Stars Series visited Beech Ridge Motor Speedway this past Saturday for their annual 300-lap event at the Scarborough, Maine oval. The race was won by Reid Lanpher, who took home his second straight PASS North win of the season after winning the week before at Oxford Plains Speedway. Saint John, New Brunswick’s Lonnie Sommerville was forced to retire after Lap Four with ignition box issues and Summerland, British Columbia’s Sarah Cornett-Ching had power issues with 100 laps to go and retired in 20th place.

Mike Francis was at Beech Ridge and offers us this gallery. If you missed any of Mike’s shots from previous races, you can visit his website at Thanks for the great shots Mike!

Complete and updated results from PASS can be found below the gallery. The series is back in action on Saturday at Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire. The cars and stars of the Pro All Stars Series roll into Atlantic Canada on Saturday, June 3rd for the PASS 200 at Speedway 660, a Road to the Oxford 250 event that will offer six provisional starting positions into the Oxford 250 in August for the top three Canadian and top three American finishers.

If you have the opportunity to catch a race at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, do so! Their NASCAR Nite Series starts on Saturday, May 27th, Thursday Thunder opens on Thursday, June 15th. PASS returns to the oval July 8th and September 17th. For more info, visit

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Note: The finish of the PASS 300 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway event on 4/29 has been adjusted and is now official.

The #7 car of Curtis Gerry had finished 2nd. There were concerns about the motor in the car being legal. He was offered the opportunity by PASS Tech to have the engine torn down. Curtis Gerry chose not to go through the tear down procedure. As per PASS rules this resulted in an automatic disqualification from the event.

Scarborough, Maine – Reid Lanpher of Manchester backed up a career-first Pro All Stars Series victory the previous week at Oxford Plains Speedway with a dominant performance in Saturday’s 300-lap PASS National Championship Series Super Late Model race at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine.

Lanpher was chased across the finish line by the reigning Pro Series champion at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway, Curtis Gerry of Waterboro, who passed a fleet of racecars after a spin relegated him to the back of the pack midway through the marathon. Derek Ramstrom of West Boylston, Massachusetts claimed third-place honors, in front of Belfast racer Travis Benjamin and Turner’s Glen Luce.

Lanpher, a former NASCAR Pro Series track champion at Beech Ridge, started the race from 11th position and patiently worked his way into contention, occasionally challenging three-time 2016 PASS Super Late Model winner Garrett Hall of Scarborough, who led the first 109 laps before Lanpher made his move to the front during an extended green flag run that went well past the halfway point when a caution flag sent just about the entire field to pit road for tires.

Benjamin and Luce beat Lanpher out of the pits, and for 43 laps Benjamin set the pace while Lanpher again patiently awaited the opportunity to dive down low and grab a lead he would not relinquish 68 laps before the checkered flag waved.

Tracy Gordon of Strong; reigning PASS North Super Late Model champion DJ Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire and Joey Doiron of, Berwick were sixth through eighth in the finishing order. Only eight cars completed all 300 laps. The top ten rundown was completed by Hermon’s Mike Hopkins and the early race leader Hall.

Ben Tinker of New Gloucester extended his early-season lead in the PASS Mods championship standings with an impressive 40-lap triumph. Tinker started tenth, methodically worked his way through the field, then outran Bruce Helmuth of Wales to the checkered flag.

Newburgh’s Scott Alexander nailed down a third-place finish. Steven Jones of Saco led the opening stage of the race and finished in fourth position. Gary Shackford of Center Conway, New Hampshire rounded out the top five in the Lundblad 28.

Bryce Mains of Bridgton won his second straight Street Stock Quad Series open, dominating the second half of the 50-lap race to post his second career win in the class. Mains, as he did the previous week, wrestled the lead away from teammate Matt Dufault of Turner and never looked back.

Tyler King of Livermore charged from the back of the pack into second position, in a car built in the family garage over the winter with tools borrowed from 300-lap Super Late Model winner Lanpher’s shop. Kyle Hewins of Leeds was third under the checkered flag, claiming a second straight podium finish and unofficially moving to second spot in the four-race championship series. Kurt Hewins of Leeds and Greene’s Zachary Bowie rounded out the top five.

The Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Models visit Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire this Saturday (May 6) for The Support 50 Legs 150. Post time is 6:30 p.m.

Results – Pro All Stars Series 300 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway

1) 59 – Reid Lanpher – 300 Laps
2) 35 – Derek Ramstrom – 300
3) 7 – Travis Benjamin – 300
4) 7L – Glen Luce – 300
5) 41 – Tracy Gordon – 300
6) 60 – DJ Shaw – 300
7) 73 – Joey Doiron – 300
8) 15 – Mike Hopkins – 299
9) 94 – Garrett Hall – 298
10) 7f – David Farrington Jr. – 297
11) 63 – John Salemi – 297
12) 54 – Johnny Clark – 297
13) 4n – Ben Rowe – 294
14) 72 – Scott Robbins – 293
15) 40vt – Nick Sweet – 290
16) 09 – Justin Drake – 243
17) 40 – Dan McKeage – 237
18) 16me – Travis Stearns – 228
19) 99 – Sarah Cornett-Ching – 196
20) 1 – Spencer Davis – 178
21) 2 – Chad Dow – 177
22) 12g – Derek Griffith – 149
23) 24 – Mike Rowe – 106
24) 71 – Gary Drew – 77
25) 90 – Craig Weinstein – 66
26) 2x – Lonnie Sommerville – 4
DQ: 7g – Curtis Gerry – 300

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