For Immediate Release
(N. Woodstock, NH) – Derek Griffith is bringing a familiar part of the race team to the White Mountain Motorsports Park this weekend as the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) returns for their 150-lap event.
Griffith and team are changing over their older Lefthander Super Late Model that they captured the 2015 Granite State Pro Stock Series Championship with. Derek explains, “This race car was the car we used in 2015 when Granite State visited White Mountain, we won and I really like the way the car feels. We need to change a bunch of things but I know the No. 12 Mom’s of Manchester/LCM Racing Toyota Camry will be good enough to get to the front.”
Derek currently sits sixth in the PASS Championship points battle and is confident he can continue to climb the standings as the races wind down. The young racer has come into his own on the PASS tour in 2016 by capturing his first career win at Lee USA Speedway a month ago.
Griffith is one of the young up-and-comers in the New England Super Late Model race scene. The 19-year-old is poised for a PASS championship title chase in 2017. Derek has gained the confidence needed to compete at the level needed to win on the super-competitive PASS Tour.
The White Mountain Motorsports Park’s event is set for Saturday September 24th with a 5:00 pm start time.
You can follow Derek on his Social Media on Facebook at Facebook.com/derekgriffth18 or Twitter at Twitter.com/derekgriffith12 and by going to his website at derekgriffith.com.