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18th at Oxford Plains

7th in the PASS 300

Sunday, Sept. 7th

7th at Chaudiere

Sunday, August 24th
19th at Speeway 95
U-joint failure while in the lead

Tuesday, August 5th
7th Place Finish

Sunday, July 20th
8th Place Finish

26th Place Finish

Saturday, June 28th
7th Place Finish
Front row start after a 2nd in the heat.

Saturday, June 7th
11th Place Finish

Saturday, May 31st
20th Place Finish
Blown rear end puts the #4 out at lap 92

Sunday, May 18th
19th Place Finish
Flat left front puts the #4 to the end of the field

Saturday, May 10th
11th Place Finish

Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep 150
Saturday, May 3rd

24th Place Finish
after tire and handling problems

Heat >
Feature >

1Ripley & Fletcher Ford PASS 150
Postponed To Sunday, April 27th

11th Place Finish - 150 laps

PASS Easter Bunny 150
Postponed To Sunday, April 20th

23rd Place Finish - 117 laps
Broken track bar adjuster
takes the #4 out of action.


Started 13th and just saved tires moving up to 6th. @ go time worked his way to 3rd. Car was too free and finished 4th. Good solid weekend and a great way to start the 2014 season!!

Takes the lead in the PASS National Points chase with 214 to Cassius Clark's 198. 2nd in PASS South

22013 Highlights
Ben 6th at the Meltdown
After qualifying 5th, Ben drew the 3rd place starting spot.

The #4n ran the race in the front group in either 4th or 5th position.

A yellow two laps from the end saw
Ben hit pit road for some work.

The Green-White-Checker ending left Ben in 6th.

Ben finishes 4th in the
PASS National points chase.

Ben WINS the Shootout
PASS RACE REPORT - SOHPIA, NC (November 9) – Ben Rowe weaved his way through a multi-car accident with four laps to go while running sixth and led the remaining laps to win Saturday afternoon’s Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model North-South Shootout at Caraway Speedway. Rowe’s 8th career PASS South Super Late Model victory ended a winless streak dating back to September, 2012 when he won the PASS 400 at Maine’s Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.

“It was kind of our strategy to back off, but the leaders got out front and we couldn’t run with them,” said Rowe, the All-Time winningest driver in PASS Super Late Model competition. “I knew all hell was going to break loose with 10 or 15 laps to go and we just wanted to be in the right position. I’d rather be lucky than good any day and lo and behold we got through the wreck and were leading with just a few laps to go.”

At the restart with four laps to go, both front row cars, Hemric and Grissom, spun their tires coming to the green flag. As the field entered turn one, it appeared Hemric lost control and spun up the track as the entire field sped in behind him. In one instant the entire complexion of the race changed drastically as Grissom, Kyle Desouza, Tissot, Allison, Jody Measamer, Randy Gentry, Karl Weber and others were all swept up into the accident.

Rowe, who was running sixth at the time of the accident, emerged from the carnage with the lead and held on for the final four laps for his first PASS South Super Late Model win since 2011. Fogleman rebounded to finish second in front of Ted Mickelson, Gentry and Davis. Rounding out the top ten were Joseph Mursuli, Allison, Weber, Desouza, and Bobby Measmer, Jr.

3rd at CHAUDIERE on 8/6/13

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