CHARLOTTE, NC (January 9) – Pro All Stars Series
(PASS) officials announced today that the Ford
McGunegill crate engine will be legal for competition in the PASS Pro Late Model division in 2014. Cars using a 4412 carburetor must weigh
2950 pounds and those using the 350 cfm.
2 barrel holley HP carburetor must weigh 2925
“We tested this configuration for the Ford
McGunegill crate engine at Southern National in
November and we were pleased with the results,”
said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “We’ve had
a lot of interest from teams that have the Ford
McGunegill crate and we feel that this will only add to the great competition we saw last year out of the PASS Pro Late Models.”
The PASS Pro Late Model division utilizes cars similar to the PASS South Super Late Models with a limited tire usage rule and restrictions on engines and shocks. The division provides an avenue for racers to compete at many of the same tracks that the PASS South Super Late Models compete on and serves as a stepping stone for drivers looking to make the next step in their racing careers. In 2014, the PASS Pro Late Models will race 13 times in conjunction with the PASS South Super Late Model division.
For the complete schedule and rules for the PASS Pro Late Model division, please go to ProAllStarsSeries.com.
The Pro All Stars Series is recognized as North America’s premier sanctioning body for asphalt Super Late Models and boasts such marquee events as the Florida Winter Meltdown at New Smyrna Speedway, the Easter Bunny 150 at the historic Hickory Motor Speedway, the Autobus La Qubecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudiere, and the legendary Oxford 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway. For technical information concerning all PASS divisions please send questions to email@example.com. For media or marketing questions, please contact Alan Dietz at 704-231-2039 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit ProAllStarsSeries.com for more information.
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