The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) is a professional pavement stock car sanctioning body based in Naples, Maine. Founded in 2001 by President Tom Mayberry as a touring series for super late model competitors throughout New England to compete in; the sanctioning body has now expanded to several different series having hosted races along the east coast from Atlantic Canada to the state of Florida over the years. Currently PASS North super late model series, PASS Modified series, and PASS Sportsman series host races throughout the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, as well as the providences of New Brunswick and Quebec in eastern Canada. The PASS South super late model series, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, is the only southern series with races throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee.
The CRA Super Series is a Super Late Model stock car racing series owned and operated by the Champion Racing Association. It is a touring series based in the Midwest United States. The series utilizes late model stock cars similar to those used by NASCAR.
The Southern Super Series is the Southeast's premier Super Late Model touring series, featuring events at some of the nation's most prestigious racetracks and events. The Super Late Model Series in 2015 that spans five racetracks in three states, adding Watermelon Capital Speedway to the schedule!
The CARS (Champion Auto Racing Series) Tour is new to the sport in 2015. The former X-1R Pro-cup series, has now turned into the CARS series competing in the mid-southeast region, visiting 3 different states, and five different racetracks for it’s 10 event schedule. The CARS tour will feature a Pro-Late model class as well as a Super Late Model class. Both classes will run on the event days, each race being 150 laps.