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CHARLOTTE, NC (January 20) - Officials from the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) announced today a major adjustment to the 2017 racing schedule.The PASS Super Late Models will stage a 300 green flag lap event on Saturday, November 18th at the legendary Hickory Motor Speedway.At 300 green flag laps, the Mason-Dixon Mega Meltdown will feature true, live pit stops and strategy throughout the race.To add even more excitement to the race, it will serve as the final race of the 2017 battle for the PASS National Championship Series.Since then, PASS has become the nation's most successful Super Late Model sanctioning body and the Easter Bunny 150 has grown to become the Spring's biggest short track event."When you look at the great drivers that race in PASS North from New England like Johnny Clark, Ben Rowe, Travis Benjamin and so many others and the great group of young PASS South drivers like Tate Fogleman, Matt Craig, Kodie Conner and those guys, this is the type of event that they want to win and be a part of for a long time," said Mayberry."The south has been clamoring for an Oxford 250 style event and the Mega Meltdown at Hickory is that event," said PASS President Tom Mayberry."MAVTV's flag-to-flag coverage of the Oxford 250 and the Mega Meltdown 300 will give short track racers and their sponsors the coverage that they so desperately deserve and we are glad that PASS can provide them with that."A winner's check of over ,000 will be on the line for Super Late Model racers during the inaugural Mason-Dixon Mega Meltdown on November 18.
Additionally, the PASS event scheduled for September 23rd at Hickory will now be eliminated due to the recent announcement of Martinsville Speedway's Late Model Stock race being scheduled for that weekend.
With the addition of a nationally televised broadcast to both premier races, marketing opportunities will be at a premium.
Those interested in marketing partnerships with the Pro All Stars Series are encouraged to email Alan Dietz at [email protected]
This means that those watching on MAVTV will see drivers from both the north and south battling it out for bragging rights at "the birthplace of the NASCAR stars." , an American cable and satellite television channel owned by the automotive lubricant company Lucas Oil, has become the go-to channel for short track racing events in recent years.
The company produces full race broadcasts for series such as the ARCA Racing Series, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Lucas Oil Modified Series and many more.