With less than two weeks until the 48th running of the Oxford 250, the entry list has now swelled past the number 60 mark in what is shaping up to be potentially one of the largest field of drivers for this legendary short track race in the past half-decade.
One of the latest entries includes the winner of the 2018 edition of the Oxford 250, Bubba Pollard who will make the trip north from Senoia, Georgia to Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine, for the fourth straight year. Another former 250 winner, from just up the road in Turner, ME is that of Glen Luce and his No. 7L team.
Fresh off his PASS win on Saturday at Oxford Plains, Cassius Clark is back to try and win his first Oxford 250 in what will be his tenth appearance. His King Racing teammate Austin MacDonald will also go for the big $25,000 check after he put in an impressive podium performance on Saturday night.
Some other recent additions from outside of Oxford include third-generation racer and current Wiscasset Speedway (ME) standout star Josh St. Clair. Former Granite State Pro Stock Series champion Devin O’Connell from Connecticut. As well as a pair of Seekonk Speedway (MA) graduates, Jake Matheson from New Hampshire and Derek Gluchacki from Massachusetts.
You can see the full entry list over on the Pro All Stars Series website.
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For those unable to attend the 48th Oxford 250 in person, you can see the weekend of racing from Oxford Plains Speedway live on Speed51.TV.