PASS South Brings Short Track Action to
Charlotte Speed Week Fans– for Free!
No Cost Tickets Can Be Printed From Online
Series PR Report

Greater Charlotte is a Mecca for motorsports this week as thousands of race fans converge on the region for a nonstop week of motorsports mania. Races, shop tours, the popular Charlotte Speed Street activities and so much more make this a can’t miss week for hard core race fans.

In 2010 the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) will add another exciting element to racing’s version of Woodstock with the addition of a 150 lap Pro All Stars Series super late model race on Saturday May 29 at the well known Concord Speedway, just up the road from the “Big Track”. The fifth race of the PASS South racing season will bring together the fastest short track drivers and cars from throughout the southeast to challenge the track that’s billed as the world’s fastest ½ mile tri-oval.

It would be a great show for a twenty dollar bill, but Pro All Stars President Tom Mayberry has shocked the racing world by offering FREE GENERAL ADMISSION tickets to the 8,000 seat speedway.  All you have to do to gain admission is print off the race ticket at www.proallstarsseries.com or www.concordmotorsportpark.com . The only charge will be a reasonable ten dollars for parking, regardless of how many race fans are in the car.

“It’s a pretty tough time for our country as a whole, and we felt that a promotion like this would b e a great way to introduce this exciting brand of racing to a new group of fans, and say thank you to everyone that have supported PASS in our first ten years of existence,” said Mayberry.”  Our drivers and teams put on one of the best racing shows in the country, and we hope that a capacity crowd will take advantage of this opportunity to see them in action.”

The PASS  super late models feature 100% green flag racing for the advertised  distance as well as double file restarts throughout the event, adding two very exciting elements  to their races. Preston Peltier leads the point standings after four events with third generation racer Ryan Blaney, Heath Hindman, Jay Folgleman and Andy Loden close behind.

Time trials are set for Saturday May 29 at 5:00 PM. Heat racing goes green at 7:00 PM and an on track driver’s meet and greet session takes place at 8:00 PM, followed b y the PASS 150. The Rolling Thunder modifieds join PASS for this special event

The address for Concord Speedway is 7940 U.S. Hwy 601 South in Concord, North Carolina, a fifteen minute drive from Charlotte Motor Speedway. Visit the speedway on line at www.concordmotorsportspark.com .

The Pro All Stars Series web site is www.proallstarsseries.com . Visit the site for entry lists, schedules and  your FREE printable Concord Speedway tickets.A list of locations where free tickets may be picked up in the greater Charlotte area is posted as well.




Another packed crowd is expected for the PASS South race at Concord.