2015 ACT International

Vermont Drivers Hope to Make ACT International a Local Affair

The third American-Canadian Tour (ACT) International 500 on Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19 at Plattsburgh, NY's Airborne Park Speedway is already drawing the top Late Model talent from around the Northeast United States and Canada. Hudson, NH's Joey Polewarczyk Jr. and St-Denis, QC's Patrick Laperle were victorious in the first two Internationals, but this year a large field of drivers from ACT's home state of Vermont will try to capture one or both of the 200-lap, $10,000-to-win events for the ACT Late Models and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models.

Williston, VT's Brian Hoar is an early favorite in both the ACT and PASS events. The eight-time ACT Tour Champion finished second and fourth in the first two ACT Internationals. Hoar has an ACT Tour–record eight wins at the ½-mile oval, with the most recent in May 2013.

2015 ACT International

PASS Standouts Take on ACT and Airborne Veterans at International

The third annual American-Canadian Tour (ACT) International 500 at Plattsburgh, NY's Airborne Park Speedway on July 18 and 19 will be a showcase for Northeast short track stock car racing in 2015. The first-ever visit to Airborne from the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) is part of a doubleheader featuring twin 200-lap, $10,000-to-win races for the ACT Late Models and the PASS Super Late Models.

Drivers such as Center Conway, NH's D.J. Shaw and Farmington, ME's Cassius Clark, the winners of the last two PASS North Championships, will have to tame the ½-mile oval quickly in order to pick up the winner's trophy over ACT standouts Joey Polewarczk Jr., Brian Hoar, and Patrick Laperle. One driver who has the ability to get up to speed is multi-time PASS North winner Joey Doiron of Berwick, ME, who triumphed in the Series' inaugural event at Barre, VT's Thunder Road Speedbowl on May 24.

2015 St-Eustache 100

Goulet Wires Field at St-Eustache for First Série ACT Victory

Martin Goulet Jr. earned his first career Série ACT victory in style on Saturday, July 4, going pole-to-pole to win the St-Eustache 100 at Autodrome St-Eustache in Quebec.

The Mascouche, QC driver started on the pole and was never headed despite challenges from former Série ACT Champion Jean-François Déry, Jonathan Bouvrette, and point leader Dany Trépanier. Goulet eventually stretched out his winning margin in a race slowed just twice by caution. He also became the second driver in 2015 to earn the Bond Auto Parts New Champions Breakout Award.

2015 ACT International

Quebec Drivers Seek to Keep International Prize North of the Border

The third annual American-Canadian Tour (ACT) International 500, Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19 at Plattsburgh, NY's Airborne Park Speedway, is sure to see some the best racing in the history of the fast 1/2-mile oval. The twin 200-lap events for the ACT Late Models and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models has more than $110,000 in posted awards and $10,000 guaranteed to each winner. The event has drawn big interest from both the United States and Canada, creating a true International feel for for fans.

The top ACT Late Model drivers from Quebec are expected
, including five former Série ACT Champions. 2014 ACT International winner and multi-time Série ACT Champion Patrick Laperle of St-Denis, QC is an early favorite to keep the top prize in la belle province. Laperle won last year's event after a thrilling 30-lap battle with former Thunder Road Champion Nick Sweet.

It would be awesome to get back-to-back wins,” Laperle said. “The trophy would look really nice beside the other one.”

2015 ACT International

Northeast Late Model Standouts Set Sights on ACT International 500

American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model drivers throughout the northeast United States and Canada are now gearing up for the third annual ACT International 500 at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY. The two-day event on Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19 is setting up as the summer showpiece of local short-track racing in in the northeastern United States and Canada.

The International is also the third doubleheader of the year between ACT and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS). Both the ACT Late Models and PASS Super Late Models will run 200-lap straight-up features, with more than $110,000 in total prize money and $10,000 guaranteed to each winner. The ACT portion of the event marks a change from the three-segment format used in the first two Internationals.

2015 Montmagny 100

Allard Returns to Série ACT Victory Lane at Autodrome Montmagny

Montmagny, QC – Karl Allard took the lead with 16 laps to go and went on to score his first Série ACT victory in three years at Autodrome Montmagny on Saturday, June 27.

The St-Felicien, QC driver got past Jonathan Bouvrette on lap 85 of the 100-lap event. It was Allard's 11th career Série ACT victory, but first since May 2012, also at Montmagny.

2015 Oxford Plains 150

ACT Oxford Plains 150 Postponed

 The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Oxford Plains 150 at the Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, ME has been postponed due to impending inclement weather. The event has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 25.

The classic championship battle shaping up between New Hampshire veterans Wayne Helliwell Jr. and Joey Polewarczyk Jr. will go on hold until July 25. Helliwell currently holds a 17-point margin over “Joey Pole”, with each driver winning three events so far on the 2015 season.

ACT now sets its sights on the International 500 at Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY on Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19. The doubleheader between the ACT Late Models and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models will feature twin 200-lap features with more than $110,000 in posted awards. Many of the top Late Model drivers around the region have already entered the event, including Helliwell, Pole, 8-time ACT Champion Brian Hoar, and two-time Thunder Road Champion Nick Sweet, along with PASS standouts Ben and Mike Rowe, Johnny Clark, and Joey Doiron.

2015 Oxford Plains 150

Stearns, Ziter Look to Ride Momentum into Oxford Plains

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) makes its second visit of the 2015 season to Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, ME on Saturday, June 27 for the Oxford Plains 150. The ongoing championship duel between Wayne Helliwell Jr. and Joey Polewarczyk Jr. will be the featured storyline at the 3/8-mile oval, but a number of drivers are eager to steal the spotlight.

Travis Stearns and Mike Ziter are both coming off season-best runs at White Mountain Motorsports Park and will try to ride the momentum into the Tour's eighth stop of the 13-race campaign. Auburn, ME's Stearns looked to be headed for another tough-luck night in the White Mountain 150 after spinning out of the top-five with just 50 laps to go.

But Stearns stormed back through the field, eventually bringing his Richard Green Racing car home in third. The effort came after the team experienced engine problems at Devil's Bowl, from which repairs weren't completed until the day before White Mountain.

American Racer Three Stars Award

ACT Names Three Stars of White Mountain 150

The American Racer Three Star program is designed to recognize three teams in no particular order of performance that had outstanding races at American-Canadian Tour (ACT) U.S. Tour events. There are no specific criteria for deciding who might receive the award of a free American Racer Tire (value $125.00), but a special effort by a team, exceptional race, just plain old hard luck, or any other accepted reason is used to decide the award recipients.

The Three Stars are chosen by ACT officials and will receive certificates for use of a free American Racer tire at a race of their choosing during the 2015 season.

2015 WMMP 150

Point Leader Helliwell Gets Third Win of Season in White Mountain 150

Wayne Helliwell Jr. showed that it's best to be lucky and good on Saturday night, winning the White Mountain 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park.

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) point leader was running third when Brandon Atkins and Eddie MacDonald tangled racing for the lead on lap 115 of the 150-lap event. Dover, NH's Helliwell inherited the lead and then pulled away from rival Joey Polewarczyk Jr. for his third win of the season and 10th of his ACT career.

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