Wayne Cochran will take over as promoter at Clinton County Raceway in 2016. The track will be under new ownership and will return to its original name. Cochran has announced they are holding a meeting Sunday, October 18th @ 2 pm. The meeting will be held at the speedway. The speedway has already been reshaped to it's original configuration and the staff will be there to answer questions and explain planned renovations.
We have a race Sunday so I will be unable to attend however Wayne informs us that the speedway will include PASS as it's Sprint car division. Per Wayne "we're going to promote the series as RaceSaver/IMCA and not "the 305s" PASS is part of a national sprint car series and we want local fans to know that we'll have real sprint cars with great competition.
Clinton County will build a schedule once other local racing schedules and divisions take shape. "I want to work with PASS as well as Laurel Highlands to give us the best opportunity to schedule teams in our area" said Cochran. We'll take our time with schedule so we can work that out.
Cochran's son Tylor races with PASS and Wayne has been a car owner in the series for several years. Wayne is also working with us to utilize his tech person for race night tech only and Tom Worrick Sr. will work with Wayne to train that person as well as calibrate the tech equipment. Worrick will continue to do the engine tech and sealing. We wish Wayne the best of luck.
PASS would also like to thank Mike Evock and his staff for his hard work and hospitality at Racing for Heroes raceway. We admire the efforts to give back to our military veterans and keep the rack running during his time as promoter.