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52nd People's United Bank Milk Bowl

Theriault Enters 52nd Thunder Road Milk Bowl

 The latest entry in the People’s United Bank Milk Bowl, to be held on Sat-Sun, October 04-05, 2014 at Thunder Road in Barre, VT, is Austin Theriault from Fort Kent, Maine. Theriault began his Late Model racing career with the American Canadian Tour (ACT) in 2010 as a sixteen-year-old rookie. Just like newly crowned 2014 ACT Champion, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr, from Hudson, NH, Theriault helped set the standard for the new younger generation of ACT racers in the Northeast.

 Theriault has spent the last two years running in the Super Late Model division in the Southeast and Midwest. He took an opportunity with BKR (NASCAR star Brad Keslowski development program) in 2013, and saw tremendous success. In 2014, Theriault was contracted by JR Motorsports, headed by Dale Earnhardt Jr., to race in the second tier division of NASCAR, the Nationwide Series. He competed at Iowa Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway and most recently at the Kentucky Motor Speedway. He had outstanding results with 15th, 21st and 18th place finishes respectively.


ACT Fall Foliage 200

Polewarczyk Caps Off ACT Title with Fall Foliage Win

Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. of Hudson, NH capped off his 2014 American Canadian Tour title with a win in the season finale Fall Foliage 200 at Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY on Saturday, September 27. Polewarczyk used the high lane to get around Quebec’s Patrick Laperle on the final restart with just over 20 laps remaining in the event to take the lead and become the only repeat winner on the 2014 American Canadian Tour and claim his first career championship.

Polewarczyk took the green flag from the eighth starting position and quickly worked his way for the front as the 37 car field ran under green for the first 67 laps. Kyle Welch and Bobby Therrien both took turns leading until Wayne Helliwell, Jr. claimed the top spot on lap 25. That setup a battle between Helliwell and Polewarczyk for the next 95 laps.


52nd People's United Bank Milk Bowl

52ND THUNDER ROAD MILK BOWL FULL OF CEREMONY

The People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is full of ceremony, tradition, and exceptional stock car racing. The fall season in Vermont is the perfect backdrop for one of America’s greatest closing short track events of the race season.

When asked what makes the Milk Bowl so special, Tom Curley, long-time promoter at Thunder Road said, “First, the purse is over ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) to win. Also, for most teams it is the last race of the season. For many, just getting qualified and racing in a Milk Bowl is the goal. It has been billed as ‘the toughest short track race in America’ and for race fans, that has been proven year in and year out.”

The Milk Bowl is run in three 50-lap segments, with 30 of the best Late Model teams in the region. Using one point for each position, in each segment, and then combining the scores for a winner with the lowest point total over the three segments, has been the tradition for 51 years.


52nd Milk Bowl on Speed51 TV

Purchase Milk Bowl Live Video Access Now on Speed51.com

As the leaves begin to change their colors and the crisp Autumn air fills the hills of New England, the anticipation of the 52nd Annual Milk Bowl at Barre, Vermont's Thunder Road International Speedbowl is ramping up.

Adding to the excitement of one of the most historic short track events in New England is the recent announcement of this year's Milk Bowl event, which will be held on October 4 and 5, will air live on a pay-per-view basis via Speed51.com's 51 TV. 

Fans can now purchase access to the live video broadcasts of the all the Milk Bowl racing action on Speed51.com.  Milk Bowl race day on Sunday, October 5 can be viewed live for $19.99.  Fans can tune in to the exciting Milk Bowl Qualifying Day events on Saturday, October 4 for $9.99.  To watch both days' action from the "Nation's Site of Excitement," it's just $24.99.


6th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Two-time ACT Champ Wayne Helliwell, Jr. Wins Bond Invitational

Two-time American Canadian Tour Champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr. claimed the win in the 6th annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH on Saturday, September 20. The race was called complete on lap 44 due to darkness.

“Unbelievable!” said Helliwell in the post race press conference. “To be honest, I always have high hopes. We had a good car after practice. I’ve been under the weather the last couple weeks and it’s great to come back like this. Unbelievable!” he continued.

The 43 car field provided three and four wide action for the majority of the scheduled 50 lap event before being called on lap 44. Helliwell marched from his 16th starting position to take the lead on lap 16 from Turner, ME’s Glen Luce, who led the first 15 laps. Helliwell had to hold off Montreal, QC’s Patrick Laperle through the final four cautions of the event.


6th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Stearns & Packard to Lead 6th Bond ACT Invitational to Green

For the second consecutive year, Auburn, Maine’s Travis Stearns will lead the 43-car Bond ACT Invitational field to green at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH on Saturday, September 20. East Montpelier, Vermont’s Emily Packard will start to his outside in the front row of the star-studded field. Glen Luce of Turner, Maine, Larry Gelinas of Buxton, Maine and Brandon Atkins of Au Sable Forks, New York will all start in the top five.

The American Canadian Tour Late Models completed their morning practice session with only a few issues on Saturday. Eight-time ACT Champion Brian Hoar of Williston, Vermont suffered a broken rocker arm in his motor and only completed four laps of practice. Guy Caron of Lempster, New Hampshire broke a transmission but still managed a top ten time in practice. Both teams have made the necessary repairs and will be ready for the green flag this afternoon.


52nd Milk Bowl on Speed51 TV

Speed 51 TV to Air 52nd Thunder Road Milk Bowl Live PPV

The nations leading short track racing internet supplier, Speed51.com, owned and operated by NASCAR television broadcaster Bob Dillner from Charlotte, North Carolina, has entered into an agreement with Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT to have the 52nd annual Peoples United Bank Milk Bowl broadcast on the 51 TV pay-per-view schedule of events.  The famous event will take place on Saturday and Sunday, October 4-5, 2014.

The unique Milk Bowl, established in 1962, received national recognition from National Speed Sport News, considered the leader in racing journalism, in 2004. The award for the Best Short Track event of the year was voted on by the nations promoters.


Serie ACT St-Eustache 200
Alex Labbe Wins St-Eustache 200 and 2014 Serie ACT Title
Serie ACT St-Eustache 200
Autodrome St-Eustache - St-Eustache, QC
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Unofficial Results
Pos. Car # Driver Laps
1 48QC Alex Labbé 200
2 19QC Dany Trépanier 200
3 5QC Patrick Cliche 200
4 83QC Martin Goulet jr 200
5 78QC Stephane Décoste 200
6 11QC Claude Leclerc 200
7 98QC Etienne Cliche 200
8 66QC Gaétan Longtin 200
9 13QC Patrick Boyer 199
10 2QC Maxime Décoste 198
11 07QC Jean-Pierre Ouimet 197
12 92QC Jonathan Desbiens 197
13 02QC Paul Jean 196
14 99QC Josianne Plante 196
15 97QC Jacques Poulin 194
16 41QC Jonathan Bouvrette 193
17 17QC Dave Coursol 186
18 96QC Patrick Boucher 172
19 38QC Gaétan Gaudreault 130
20 91QC Patrick Laperle 121
21 56QC Marc Beaudoin 78
22 80QC Donald Theetge 41


Lap Leaders: Patrick Boyer, 1-7; Dany Trepanier, 8-131; Alex Labbe, 132; Trepanier, 133-158; Labbe, 159-200.
Cautions: 9 (laps 6, 41, 101, 101, 121, 130, 131, 131, 174)
Margin of Victory: .989 seconds
Time of Race: 2 hours and 6 minutes
Heat Winners: Dany Trepanier, Jonathan Bouvrette, Patrick Laperle

Bond ACT Invitational at NHMS

ACT’S NEW BREED LOOKS TO UPSET VETERANS AT NHMS INVITATIONAL

Includes Full Bond ACT Invitational Roster

The starting field for the 6th annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) on Saturday, September 20, 2014 has been set. The sixth edition of the event will have the American Canadian Tour (ACT) introducing fans to a promising future for regional Late Model short track stock car racing. Veteran champions and former NHMS winners Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, MA; Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (Pole), Hudson, NH; Ray Parent, Tiverton, RI; and Brian Hoar, Williston, VT have all won events at the “Magic Mile”. This year there are lots of young emerging stars who will challenge the veterans.

Top ten point chasers who are looking to make a statement at the Bond Auto ACT Invitational include two Vermont drivers, Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown and 18 year-old Emily Packard, E. Montpelier. Hebert already has two ACT wins with an opening event at Lee USA Speedway in 2013 and a win at the 7/8ths mile Sanair Speedway, outside Montreal, Quebec. He was also second-fastest of the thirty-five (35) cars participating in the recent test and tune session at NHMS. Packard may have more laps in 2014 than any other competitor in the field entering the Invitational. She has raced a full schedule on the ACT US and is currently 5th in points, less than 10 points out of second place. She also has maintained full-time weekly schedules at both Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl in Barre, VT and Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT.


Bond ACT Invitational at NHMS

SWEET, HOAR, LAPERLE LOOK FOR FIRST INVITATIONAL WIN

The starting field for the 6th annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 20 has been established.  A field of 43 teams will compete in the 50-mile event that pays a minimum of seventy-five hundred dollars ($7,500) to win and one thousand dollars ($1,000) for 43rd. Teams have been chosen from throughout the Northeastern United States and the Province of Quebec, Canada to take part in one of the American Canadian Tour’s (ACT) most anticipated events of each year.

Previous Bond Auto ACT Invitationals have been won by some of the most notable names throughout the short tracks of the Northeast. Eddie MacDonald from Rowley, MA has three (3) Invitational wins; Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (Pole) from Hudson, NH, and Ray Parent from Tiverton, RI each has won an Invitational. Using the unique ACT handicap system, every Invitational winner has come from a starting position no better than 19th-28th to take the wins.


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