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*NEW* 2/4/16 - ACT, FORD RACING RENEW CONTINGENCY PROGRAM FOR 2016 SEASON

2/2/16 - Unbuckled: Getting to Know Gaetan Gaudreault

1/26/16 - Theetge First to Enter 2016 Serie ACT Championship Chase

2016 ACT MEMBERSHIP & LICENSE APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE FORMS SECTION.....THE ACT OFFICE IS ON WINTER HOURS. WE WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:00AM-4:00PM MONDAY-THURSDAY AND CLOSED ON FRIDAYS.....

2016 ACT Ford Racing

ACT, Ford Racing Renew Contingency Program for 2016 Season

 

American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Ford Racing officials announced today they have renewed their partnership for the 2016 racing season. The Ford Racing contingency program, now entering its seventh season, has paid out more than $63,000 to ACT U.S. and Canadian racers since 2010.

 

The program offers bonuses to any team that finishes in the top three of an ACT Late Model Tour or Série ACT event while using a registered Ford S347JR Sealed Racing Engine. Bonuses are also offered to Ford engine users who win select ACT-sanctioned special events, such as the Bond Auto Parts ACT Invitational and the Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank. Drivers or registered car owners must sign up for the program at www.fordracingparts.com in order to receive their bonuses, which are paid directly by Ford.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Gaetan Gaudreault

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Gaetan Gaudreault

 

Driver of the #38QC Gaubeau Construction, Inc. Chevrolet Impala

Hometown: Québec City, QC

2015 Season: Finished 8th in Série ACT points

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

I catch up on the backlog in my "real job" and work on the car for the upcoming season.

 

What do you do for work?

I’m a general contractor in the residential market.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

Building up my company.  I started it from scratch.


2016 Serie ACT

Theetge First to Enter 2016 Série ACT Championship Chase

 

American-Canadian Tour (ACT) officials announced today that Boischatel, QC’s Donald Theetge has filed the first official 2016 Série ACT season entry. The two-time Série ACT Champion is the Tour’s all-time winningest driver.

 

Theetge finished in the top-10 in Série ACT points for six consecutive years from 2009 to 2014, which included winning the 2009 championship. He earned his first championship on the Quebec-based series in 2006. Theetge scored his 21st career Série ACT win at Quebec’s Autodrome St-Eustache last September and also picked up two runner-up finishes while running a partial 2015 schedule.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.

 

Driver of the #97NH Pole’s Automotive Ford Fusion

Hometown: Hudson, NH

2015 Season: Finished 2nd in ACT Late Model Tour points (5 wins)

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

My favorite offseason hobbies would be spending time with friends and family and basically rebuilding our cars and trying to make them better for next year. 

 

What do you do for work?

I work at our family business which is an automotive repair shop. I get to fix passenger cars all day long.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

My biggest life accomplishment so far would be winning the Oxford 250. The ACT Championship, Milk Bowl, and Invitational are all accomplishments I'm very proud of, but the 250 stands out the most to me.


2016 ACT Tour

More than $100,000 on the Line for ACT Competitors in 2016

 

American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model competitors will once again have big potential prizes waiting for them at the end of the 2016 season. More than $100,000 in point fund money will be up for grabs between the ACT Late Model Tour, Série ACT, and Barre, VT’s Thunder Road. Both the ACT Late Model Tour and Série ACT Champions will receive $10,000, with $7,500 going to the Thunder Road Late Model Champion.

 

In addition, the top-15 finishers in the final 2016 standings for both the ACT Late Model Tour and Série ACT are slated to receive a payout. Drivers or registered car owners must attend all events on either series to be eligible for any point fund payout.


2016 ACT Late Model Tour

Payea, Linardy File First Official ACT Full-Season Entries

 

Colchester, VT’s Scott Payea and Somerville, MA’s Jim Linardy have filed the first official full-season entries for the 2016 American-Canadian Tour (ACT) season, officials announced today. The 13-race, $10,000-to-win ACT Late Model Tour championship chase kicks off Sunday, April 10 with the New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 at Lee USA Speedway.

 

Payea returns to the cockpit following a two-year absence and will seek his first ACT Championship behind the wheel of the Rick Paya–owned #37VT Harrison Redi-Mix Dodge. He has five career ACT Late Model Tour wins and finished second in the final standings for three consecutive seasons from 2007 to 2009.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Jean-François Déry

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Jean-François Déry

 

Driver of the #21QC Giguere Portes et fenetres Toyota Camry

Hometown: Quebec City, QC

2015 Season: Finished 2nd in Série ACT points

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

With the big season and my busy business, I try to spend time with my family and relax my body for the next summer.

 

What do you do for work?

I have a used car center and mechanic service in downtown Quebec City.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

My biggest accomplishment happened this past year after I turned 40: The birth of my little boy Aylan.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Brad Babb

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Brad Babb

 

Driver of the #15NH Speedway 51 Ford Fusion

Hometown: Windham, ME

2015: Finished 3rd in ACT Late Model Tour points (2 wins)

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

My favorite thing to do in the offseason is ride snowmobiles. I enjoy pretty much anything with an engine, but snowmobiling is my favorite.

 

What do you do for work?

I'm a welder/fabricator at Casco Bay Steel Structures (South Portland, ME). We build bridges. It's pretty cool when you get to look at something that big and say that you built it.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

I'd say winning the championship at Beech Ridge in 2012 was my biggest accomplishment. I worked hard to get there, and had to come from behind with a few weeks to go. It meant a lot to me. 


2016 ACT Tour Schedule

ACT to Attend Oxford 250 Weekend

 

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officially announced today that the two series have added a fourth doubleheader event to the 2016 schedule. The ACT Late Model Tour will now make a second visit to Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway as part of Oxford 250 Weekend on August 26-28.

 

The Oxford Plains 100 for the ACT Late Model Tour will be held on Saturday, August 27, the night before the 43rd Oxford 250. The winner of the event will also receive a guaranteed provisional starting spot in the following day’s Oxford 250 for the PASS Super Late Models should they attempt to qualify. The event will count for points towards the $10,000-to-win 2016 ACT Championship and headlines a Saturday program which also includes the Valenti Modified Racing Series, PASS Modifieds, and Northeast Classic Lites.


2015 ACT Banquet of Champions

Helliwell Honored at 2015 ACT Banquet of Champions

 

American-Canadian Tour (ACT) teams, staff, and officials honored 2015 ACT Late Model Tour Champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of Dover, NH at the annual ACT Banquet of Champions at the Elks Club in Barre, VT on Saturday, January 9. Helliwell and car owner Bruce Bernhardt captured their third ACT title in the past four seasons, earning a $10,000 check from a total point fund more than $35,000.

 

Helliwell began competing full-time on the ACT Tour in 2011 after winning numerous races and track championships in New Hampshire. His team quickly became contenders on the Tour and won back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013. After running a partial schedule in 2014, they returned in full form in 2015, winning four times and finishing in the top-10 in all thirteen events to come out on top of a season-long duel with 2014 ACT Champion Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. Helliwell’s average finish of 3.2 ranks as one of the best in ACT history.


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