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Beech Ridge - Sunday, September 13th

Pole and 20th at the PASS 300

The PASS 400 Weekend started well for Hight Motorsports with a cruise to the win in Heat #1 and the Pole staring position for Sunday's 300 lapper after a six hour rain delay Saturday afternoon moved qualifying into the night.

The first green lasted only about ten seconds as a back straight pile up brought out an immediate yellow. On the first restart Scott surged into the lead over Aaron Ricker. Kelly Moore moved to the front and by lap 50 the top centenders were Moore, Ricker, DJ Shaw, Chubbuck, Mike Rowe, Trevor Sanborn, and Ben Rowe.

As cautions and pit stops shuffled the leaders, Chubbuck took the top spot away from Moore on a lap 129 restart. As the field approached lap 200 Chubbuck was in front of Moore by half the front stretch.

After pitting Scott was working his way toward the front again when a left front tire went down. The stop under the green put Scott off the lead lap and ended any hopes of a good finish. A 20th place was the scored finishing position.


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Sunday, September 6th - Fredericton, NB
7th for Scott in
the Peterbilt 250

The biggest sporting event in Atlantic Canada turned out a record crowd on Sunday for the 9th running of the Peterbilt 250. 

A record forty-four cars made their way to the Geary woods to attempt to qualify for only 28 starting positions in front of over 8,000 fans setting a new attendance record at Speedway 660.

Full Race Report at
Jamie Williams

The Win for Scott and the #77 at Wiscasset Raceway's "Twin 150s"
on Sunday, Aug. 16th.

Scott took the lead from Johnny Clark on lap 139 and pulled away to take the checkers.

Randy Turner places 3rd. Moore and Colby, 4th & 5th.

View the race coverage by Travis Barrett at
Green-White-Checker HERE

& GWC Driver of the Week HERE

Top Ten
1. (1) 77 Scott Chubbuck, Dresden
2. (3) 54 Johnny Clark, Hallowell
3. (2) 1 Randy Turner, Unity
4. (4) 03 Scott Moore, Anson
5. (7) 2 Charlie Colby, Edgecomb
6. (10) 54x Ryan Deane, Winterport
7. (5) 87 Chuck Colby, Newcastle
8. (16) 71 Joe Creamer, Woolwich
9. (17) 11x Adam Chadbourne, Woolwich
10. (14) 11 Joe Decker, Chesterville
Chris Roy Photos

Unity Raceway - NAPA 150 - Sun. 8/2

4th in the NAPA 150

Heat >>
Race >>

11th in the Bastille 200

After running in the front at the beginning of the 200 lapper, the #77 just wouldn't turn in the middle of the corners. A stop for tires and fuel and the handling turned even worse, and Scott faded back to 11th.

Beech Ridge - PASS 150 - Fri. 6/26

7th at Beech Ridge

Scarborough ME (June 26) Adam Bates took over the race lead from Scott Chubbuck just past half way in Friday night's Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North 150 lap super late model feature to score his third career series win, his second at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. The Granite State racer had a car that could dominate and the talent to take advantage of it in a race that was short on cautions and featured a 115 lap stretch of green flag racing. Bates now has two wins and two second place finishes in the last four PASS races at Beech Ridge dating back to July of 2008.

Johnny Clark did his best to wrestle the win away from Bates. The pair started one-two after the night's final caution at lap 144 set up a six lap shoot-out to the checker. Clark held his ground on the outside and the lead pair crossed the stripe on lap 145 in a dead heat. But Bates edged ahead on the bottom and slowly increased his margin of victory to .462 seconds over the three time series champ.

Clark settled for a solid second and Richie Dearborn came out on top of a three wide tussle with Kelly Moore and Scott Mulkern to finish third. Moore, who led from the pole through lap 82, had to settle for fourth. Donnie Whitten earned his first top five of 2009, and Scott Mulkern had a successful return to PASS racing with a sixth place run.

Scott Chubbuck faded to seventh after running at the front for most of the night, and Chris Staples, who captured his first Pro All Stars super late model win at Beech Ridge earlier in the season had to settle for eighth this time around. Ben Rowe recovered from a multi-car wreck on lap 143 to salvage a ninth place finish and Derek Ramstrom rounded out the top ten.

Nine cars completed the full distance. Heat Race wins went to Kelly Moore, Bates, and Scott Chubbuck. Bates set the fastest race lap at 15.316 seconds. Five caution periods slowed the race pace.

Unity Raceway - PASS 150 - Sat. 5/16

2nd Place Finish at Unity!

The Hight Motorsports team returned to Unity Raceway this past Saturday with the Pro All Stars Series. The team’s high hopes for a great day quickly turned into a roller coaster ride. The Impala SS was dialed in by the middle of the practice sessions. However, in the final practice session, Scott noticed the clutch starting to slip running down the straight-aways. With only a short amount of time before the heat race, the team decided to risk it in the heat and change the clutch between the heat and the feature if it continued to slip.

Scott started 4th in the second heat and quickly moved into the 2nd position. He was gaining on the leader until about lap 5, when the handling suddenly went away. Scott fought to keep the car under control the final laps and was able to hold on to 2nd place. He came over the radio saying something was broken in the rear end. It was an unwelcomed reminder of last year’s heartbreak when an axel broke while leading late in the Long John 100 lapper.

Once in the pits, the crew quickly spotted a broken panhard bar, and began repairing it. Meanwhile, Scott also gave the bad news that the clutch was getting worse; it would need to be replaced before the feature. Thanks to great team work, help from Johnny Clark’s crew and a couple of extra minutes from PASS officials, the Hight Chevrolet car made it to the starting grid just as the cars rolled onto the race track.

Scott started the race 4th and patiently worked his way up to 2nd. Several other competitors were also on their way to the front. Scott feel back to 5th place around lap 40 and rode for the next 70 laps until leaders, Ben Rowe and Travis Benjamen came together, sending them both to the back. Over the next 30 laps and a couple of restarts, Scott treated the fans to a great battle with Randy Turner and Johnny Clark. After several tries he was able to keep Randy Turner behind him, but couldn’t catch Johnny and had to settle for a 2nd place trophy. It was quite an accomplishment for the team considering the condition the car was in after the heat race.

Beech Ridge Motor Speedway - Sat. May 2nd.

11th at Beech Ridge

The 150 lapper at Beech Ridge on May 2nd, was a tough race event for
Hight Motorsports. Practice had gone well and the #77 was very fast.
But the draw for the heats put Scott in the back. Passing was tough and the #77 got bumped in the side and the back. Then in a final lap miscue, Scott though he had taken the checked and backed off on the white flap lap.

That put the #77 first in one of the two consis and then deep in the field for the feature. Stuck with groups of four cars that were blocking forward progress,
Scott struggled in mid pack. A stop in the pits for adjustments at about 100 laps helped a bit, and Scott worked his way up to an 11th place finish.

With two races posted for 2009, Scott stands sixth in the tight points battle: Cassius Clark 436, Johnny 435, Chris Staples 435, Adam Bates 433, Derek Ramstrom 432, Scott 420, and Ben Rowe 415.

Scott is 3rd at Speedway 95
Race finishing order & story at PASS Here

A great run for Scott and Hight Motorsports to a third place finish in the
NAPA 150 at Speedway 95. Battling all the way, holding from first to fifth, Scott
scored the third behind Johnny Clark #54 and Cassius Clark #8, and ahead of
Richie Dearborn #33, Adam Bates #98, Derek Ramstrom #35, and Chris Staples #5. Team Owner Corey Hight is delighted with the result and is looking
forward to their next PASS North event at Beech Ridge on Sat. May 2nd with
the #77 Impala SS.

PASS NAPA 150 at Speedway 95

Naples ME (April 14) The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North season kicks off Sunday April 19th at Speedway 95 in Hermon Maine with the NAPA 150 and fans of the fastest full fender short track series in the east are asking themselves, “can Ben Rowe Rowe score three PASS super late model wins in a row and lead the points in all three title chases?”

It will be no easy task, but the four time PASS North champion is definitely on an early season roll. With PASS South wins at Dillon (SC) Motor Speedway and Hickory (NC) Motor Speedway already under his belt, Rowe leads both the PASS South and National Championship title chases. A win in the NAPA 150 and a good run in his qualifying race could put Rowe on top of the North Series points as well, a feat never accomplished since PASS started the South super late model series in 2006.

Rowe will have his hands full with a strong field of super late models that will include defending PASS North champ Johnny Clark, 2008 race winners Travis Benjamin, Adam Bates, Derek Ramstrom and 2008 PASS Rookie of the Year D.J. Shaw, Scott Chubbuck, Kelly Moore and a host of new talent including Steve Legendre and John Dabrowski.

If licensed drivers are any indication, the PASS Sportsman and Mod divisions should see their ranks grow in 2009. Many of the top guns in the Sportsman class are back on board for 2009, including Steve Bennett Sr., 2008 Rookie of the Year Kyle Hart, Mike Landry, Duane Seekins, Shane Tatro and many more. New names and veterans dot the Mod list, including Greg Ellis, Scott McDaniel, Steve Bennett Jr. and Dan Somes. The Mods “move up” to 10 inch tires this season, and the quick, economical class should be even more exciting in 2009.

- NAPA Two for One Discount Coupon:
  2 Adult Tickets for $10.00 each!

If you’ve made it this far, you’re in for an additional treat! NAPA will be offering a Two for One discount coupon, valid exclusively at the NAPA 150 at Speedway 95 this Sunday, and for the Father’s Day weekend (6/21) race at Unity Raceway. The two for one coupon brings the price of two adult tickets down to $10.00 each.

“We felt it was an opportune time to give back to the fans that have supported PASS in the North for nine seasons now,” said series President Tom Mayberry, “ and with the cooperation of NAPA we are able to offer this coupon for these two events. “ The Two for One coupon will be available in Bangor area NAPA stores late this week.

PASS North goes green for the first time in 2009 at Speedway 95 on Sunday April 19th at 2:00 PM sharp.

Practice at Speedway 95

Preparing for 2009

Preparations continue with Josh helping out in the shop.
The #77 is all set for the PASS season opener at
Speedway 95 in Bangor on Sunday, April 19th.

Car owner Corey Hight and son Jackson checking out
Scott's handiwork on the new body for the #77. 
Jackson pitches in to help clean up the shop.




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