Unbuckled: Getting to Know Jonathan Bouvrette

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Jonathan Bouvrette


Driver of the #41QC DLGL Software Toyota Camry

Hometown: Blainville, QC

2015: Finished 3rd in Série ACT points and 1st in Bond Auto New Champions points


What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

Snowmobiling. I ride an Artic Cat ZR8000.


What do you do for work?

I’m an electrician for Electrique Alain Bouvrette. It’s my dad’s business, and I work in partnership with him.


What is your biggest life accomplishment?

My family. I am happily married to a beautiful wife and father of two very intelligent girls.

John O. Casey

Funeral Services Held for Former ACT Official John Casey


Funeral services for former ACT official and team member John “Johnny O” Casey, 74 were held today at John Vianney Church in South Burlington, VT. Casey died suddenly on Sunday, December 27, 2015 following a heart attack.


Casey got his start in racing as a driver, winning numerous races at the former Milton, VT drag strip. He later transitioned to a full-time role with ACT, where he spent many years as a race day official and marketer for Thunder Road and the former ACT Pro Stock Tour.


“Johnny O” remained involved in Thunder Road & ACT racing in his later years. He was a member of son Dan Casey’s Late Model team in the late 1990s and was also the architect of the Late Model team for which Robbie Crouch came out of retirement to drive for in 2008 & 2009.

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Kyle Welch

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Kyle Welch

Driver of the #9NH Hubert’s Family Outfitters Chevrolet Impala

Hometown: Newport, NH

2015: Finished 8th in ACT Tour points


What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

My off-season consists of mostly working; I work a lot of hours in the winter. But when I do have free time in the winter I love to snowmobile and ski. I have access to snowmobile trails very close to where I live and snowmobiling is something I have done my entire life.


What do you do for work?

I work for Irving Energy. I work in Terminal Operations; I unload propane rail cars at a bulk plant where we supply our plants in the U.S. In the summertime I’m also doing this, but we’re not as busy, so I travel around New England inspecting and working on all of our oil and propane facilities.


What is your biggest life accomplishment?

Being so young I don’t have kids yet, I’d have to say winning an ACT race (at Speedway 51 in 2014). Being where I’m from not many people have the opportunity to race on the Tour just because of the cost and the time commitment it takes. It’s something to be very proud about.

2016 Serie ACT Schedule

2016 Série ACT Schedule Announced


American-Canadian Tour (ACT) officials have officially announced the 2016 Série ACT schedule. The Quebec-based Late Model Tour will run an eight-race schedule at three different tracks from May through September.


The season will get underway on Saturday, May 21 at Autodrome St-Eustache. The 100-lap event is the first of three visits to the 1/3-mile speedway in 2016. The series will have another 100-lap event at St-Eustache on Saturday, July 9 and a 150-lap event on Saturday, August 20.

2016 ACT Tour Schedule

ACT Releases 13-Event 2016 Schedule


The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) has announced the release of the 2016 ACT Late Model Tour schedule. The 13-event series will see the Tour visit 12 different tracks in six U.S. states and the province of Quebec as they pursue the $10,000-to-win ACT Championship.


The season will once again kick off with the New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 at Lee USA Speedway on Sunday, April 10 and crown the 2016 champion at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway on Saturday, October 15. Other traditional early-season events which have returned include the 18th Merchants Bank 150 at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road on May 1, the Spring Green 116 at Plattsburgh, NY’s Airborne Park Speedway on May 14, and a 100-lap event at Fair Haven, VT’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway on June 4.

2016 Southern New England Tripleheader

ACT Announces Southern New England Tripleheader


The American-Canadian Tour (ACT), in collaboration with the New London-Waterford Speedbowl, Seekonk Speedway, and Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, has announced the creation of the Southern New England Tripleheader for the 2016 stock car racing season. The three-event series will match up the best of the three track’s weekly racers with the stars of the ACT Late Model Tour.


The Tripleheader will be held on three unique race tracks – the 1/3-mile New London-Waterford Speedbowl, Seekonk Speedway’s ¼-mile bullring, and the 5/8-mile high banks of Thompson Speedway. The series includes a special $7,500 point fund for local weekly teams which participate in all three events. The events will also award championship points for ACT competitors as part of their $30,000 Championship point fund, which includes $10,000 for the 2016 ACT Champion.

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Wayne Helliwell, Jr.

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Wayne Helliwell, Jr.


Driver of the #27NH EKeys4Cars Ford Fusion

Hometown: Dover, NH

2015: Won his third ACT Tour Championship (4 race wins)


What are your favorite off-season hobbies?


Building race cars, catching up on projects around the house, and watching the Hallmark Channel!


What do you do for work?


I am a Fire Sprinkler System Project Manager/Coordinator for Mammoth Fire Protection in Lowell, MA.


What is your biggest life accomplishment?


Being a father to my three daughters.

2015 ACT Season in Review

2015 ACT Season in Review – Part IV


Want to read more about the 2015 season? Click here for Part I and here for Part II, and here for Part III!


The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) returned to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 26 for the 7th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational. Drivers from 7 U.S. states and the province of Quebec joined the 43-car, 50-lap sprint at the “Magic Mile”. Although 14 drivers were making their first Invitational start, they quickly got up to speed; three- and four-wide racing was once again the norm with just three single-car spins slowing the action. Thompson Speedway standout Jeff Rocco grabbed the early lead off the outside pole, but Williamstown, VT’s Jimmy Hebert quickly charged from the 10th starting position to take the lead on lap 6. 2010 Invitational winner Joey Polewarczyk Jr. moved into second soon after and the two drove away from the field. “Joey Pole” eventually caught Hebert in lapped traffic and was perched on his bumper when the caution flew for Rocco’s spin on lap 31.

2015 ACT Season in Review

2015 ACT Season in Review – Part III


Want to read more about the 2015 season? Click here for Part I and here for Part II!


The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) kicked off the second half of the 2015 season at the same place where they began the first half: Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway. Defending ACT Champion Joey Polewarczyk Jr. had led every lap in the Tour’s first visit of the year, and seemed determined to do so again the second time around. “Joey Pole” again started on the pole and went unchallenged through the first 2/3 of the 150-lap event, while point leader Wayne Helliwell Jr. fought to come up through the field after a poor qualifying effort had him starting 17th.

2015 ACT Season in Review

2015 ACT Season in Review – Part II


Want to read more about the 2015 season? Click here for Part I!


After a week off following the opening three-race swing, the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) resumed the 2015 season at Plattsburgh, NY’s Airborne Park Speedway on Sunday, May 17 (following a one-day postponement) with the 41st Annual Spring Green 115. The event marked the return of the Spring Green to Airborne for the first time since 2010. It would also be the first of four combination events in 2015 between the ACT U.S. Tour and Série ACT – by far the most since the creation of Série ACT in 2007. The Spring Green (which was also the season opener for Série ACT) drew stars from both sides of the border – and two former champions would end up deciding the outcome.


Devil’s Bowl Speedway standout Josh Masterson of Charlotte, VT started on the pole and led early, but soon fell into the clutches of defending ACT Champion Joey Polewarczyk Jr., who took the lead on lap 24. A trio of cautions between laps 42 and 44 allowed multi-time ACT Champion Patrick Laperle to enter the picture, and he grabbed the top spot following the race’s final restart on lap 44.

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