Contributed by: ACT Staff
“The change at Ste-Croix was made in the interest of balancing the 2006 schedule and preparing for the $10,000 to win “Mega Classique” at Sanair on July 8-9,” stated Tom Curley, ACT president. “The ACT teams will now have a little breathing room during the month of June,” the 2004 Racing Promoter of the year added.
“I like the change,” commented Brent Dragon, winner of the last ACT Tour race held at Ste-Croix. “I had been a little nervous about running three weeks in a row before having a week off to prepare for ACT’s return to Sanair. We would have gotten all of the maintenance done but having a week off will allow the team to pace themselves,” he finished.
ACT was last at the picturesque track in 2003. Other active competitors who’ve carried the checkers at the fast, high banked oval include five-time ACT Tour Champion Jean-Paul Cyr (1996) and Quebec’s Sylvain Lacombe.
The Saturday, May 13 Ste-Croix 100, will have a post time of 5:00 pm.