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Corey & Chad

Hight Motorsports

Sunday, August 12th
2nd in the 2011 PASS National Championship
with a 14th place at the Mason-Dixon 200
Hight Motorsports, Cassius, and the #77 headed south for the Nov. 26th Mason-Dixon 200 at Concord Speedway.
Cassius finished 14th out of 30 starters, but Ben Rowe in the #4n held onto the Championship points lead with an
18th place finish even after multiple pit stops.

PASS 2011 National Championship
Unofficial Points
1) 4n - Ben Rowe - 1225
2) 8/77 - Cassius Clark - 1195
3) 4s - Jay Fogleman - 1165
4) 20 - Steven Legendre - 1144
5) 26 - Preston Peltier - 831
6) 17a - Scott Alexander - 752

Saturday, Octoberber 15th
14th at Oxford Plains

Jackson Hight getting the wheels ready for Cassius
and the #77 for the Oxford Plains Speedway race.

Saturday, September 24th
8th at White Mountain
With a fast car, another heat win, and a long run in the lead, White Mountain was looking like a great finish for the #77. But on the lap 126 restart a competitor rejoined from the pits just as the green fell and pulled right down in front of the field. After some solid contact with the left front, Cassius was taken up to the turn one wall as the other car
tried to get out of the way. Falling back a bunch of spots, Cassius raced back to 8th at the checkers.

15th at Beech Ridge PASS 300
The new combo of the #77 and Cassius Clark started off the PASS 400 Weekend with a heat win for a front row starting position for the 300 lapper. At the green the #77 was battling Mike Rowe and DJ Shaw for the lead and looking like the car to beat. But in lapped traffic, the #77 got squeezed between two cars and took a hit on the right front. With suspension damage, Cassius started to fall back. A series of pit stops got the car going better in the
final portion of the race, but two laps had been lost and
the #77 was scored in 15th.
Winner > 

Cassius Clark
Hight Motorsports would like to welcome Cassius Clark to the team.  Cassius will be driving the Port City #77 Super Late Model on September 18th at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in the PASS 300.
Cassius has recently posted two excellent second place finishes in PASS competition in the Dicky Woodman #8
- at Oxford Plains Speedway on July 23rd and at Thompson Int'l Speedway on July 21st.

12th at Oxford
Starting from 9th, Scott had hopes to run to save the tires for the final stages of the race. But the #77 just never had the handling needed, being loose right from the start. Scott couldn't hold off faster cars coming through the pack and scored a 12th place finish.

14th at Thompson
With a great run in the heat, Scott started on the pole for the race which was 100 laps this year instead of the previous 75. However, it all ended in turn one, lap one when the #26 nudged the #77 into a spin that started nine cars heading for a cluster at the turn one wall. The #77 continued on with body damage but engine revs began to drop as the drive train seemed to be binding. A failed rear end was found when the #77 retired on lap 49.

14th at Lee USA
A steering and/or front end handling problem slowed the #77 in the battle at Lee. Multiple pit stops to make adjustments didn't help and Scott wound up in 14th as the
last car running.

7th at Beech Ridge

The Firecracker 150
Saturday - July 2nd
Scott and the #77 were fast again as the PASS North series travelled to Canaan Fair Speedway in New Hampshire. Scott raced in the top five, battling Ben Rowe and Alexander Gingras who scored 1st and 2nd place finishes. But at the 2/3 mark of the race the left rear tire started to go down and Scott dropped off the pace, finally spinning in turn one and going up on top of the Jersey barriers with the nose of the #77. The frame was OK but the rest of the nose and radiator area suffered heavy damage. A 17th place finish was the result.

The Habitations Dany Legace 150
Sunday - June 26th
4th place run at Chaudiere. From the third starting spot for the feature, Scott ran in the top pack most of the race, surging into second at one point. But contact on the back straight with the #16 at about the 100 lap mark knocked the rear axle out, and the #77 was not quite as quick as it had been.

The PASS 200 at Speedway 660
Saturday - June 11th
6th place at 660. After the strong run in the lead or the top three for the first 100 lap leg of the race, the #77 faded to 6th in the second segment after the break for two fresh right side tires.

The PASS 150 at Star Speedway
Saturday - May 14th
5th at Star Speedway
After starting in 12th, Scott began a strong and steady climb to the front while avoiding contact and resulting spins. Richie Dearborn had led from the green flag but Scott chased him down and took over the lead on lap 142 and things looked good for the final eight laps to come. But after a yellow only a couple laps later, the #77 had Johnny Clark in the #54 on the outside for a restart. Two laps into the green, going into turn two, Scott spun around with a flat rear and was hit both by Clark and the #97 of Joey Pole. After a pit stop for a new tire, Scott came from the back through two more yellows and a wreck on the last corner to earn the 5th place.

The PASS 150 at BRMS
Saturday - April 30th

10th at the PASS BRMS Opener
Heat >
Feature >

Hight Motorsports will have Scott Chubbuck returning as the driver of the #77 and Glen Steuber will again be the crew chief and spotter for 2011.  The race crew will be the same as last season.  Corey Hight would like to thank the team members for their help and dedication.   




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