2017 ACT Invitational

ACT posts $76,865 for NHMS Invitational
Eddie MacDonald going for third straight win on the Magic Mile

A full field of American Canadian Tour Late Model competitors will be at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Saturday, September 23 for the Ninth Annual running of the ACT Invitational with over $76,000 on the line. 

Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Mass. – driver of the Hancock Electric/Exit Realty No. 17 – looms as the man to beat.

MacDonald has won five of the first eight ACT Invitationals, including the last two. He has taken home over $39,000 in winnings since the inaugural race in 2009.

Payea Prevails in T-Road Labor Day Classic 200

Payea Prevails in T-Road Labor Day Classic 200
Late rally lands ACT point leader 5th Tour win

Scott Payea led the final 13 laps of the 39th Annual Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic at Thunder Road Monday after a caution on lap 185 put him on the front row with eventual third-place finisher Nick Sweet.

Scott Dragon got by Sweet with three laps left to claim runner-up honors.

Payea brought the Harrison Redi-Mix No. 37 to the pits on lap 48 after suffering damage when cars stacked up behind a fourth-turn spinout.

Payea, Moltz lead ACT back to Thunder Road
Payea, Moltz lead ACT back to Thunder Road
Nick Sweet goes for Labor Day Classic three-peat

American Canadian Tour rivals Scott Payea of Colchester, Vt. and Dillon Moltz of Waterford, Ct. resume their bid for the 2017 ACT Late Model Tour title at the 39th running of the Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic 200 at Thunder Road Sunday, September 3.

Payea leads Moltz by 28 points with two events remaining. Both drivers are seeking their first ACT championship.


Moltz pounces early, dominates WMMP 150

Dillon Moltz raced his way back into the American Canadian Tour (ACT) title chase with a convincing win in the Foley Oil & Propane 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park Saturday. 

Moltz started third in the RB Performance No. 5 Chevrolet, survived early contact with Stephen Donahue and then took the lead from Jason Corliss for keeps on lap 25.


Eddie Mac has the knack at Beech Ridge


Eddie MacDonald passed American Canadian Tour (ACT) point leader Scott Payea for the lead on lap 41 and went on to win the Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Saturday.

MacDonald was shadowed by Payea the rest of the way as race stayed under green from start to finish. His winning margin of three car-lengths was the farthest MacDonald ever got from Payea, who was attempting to break his own record of four consecutive ACT Late Model wins.

Beech Ridge still next on ACT schedule

 Beech Ridge still next on ACT schedule

Mother Nature has given every competitor hoping to snap Scott Payea’s four-race winning streak on the American Canadian Tour (ACT) an extra week to prepare for the Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.

Wet weather prompted the postponement of the event last Saturday. It has been rescheduled for this Saturday, August 12.

Payea is seeking his first ACT title. He leads his closest rival, Dillon Moltz of Waterford, Conn., by 36 points (584-548).

Payea seeks to break his own record

Payea seeks to break his own record 

Scott Payea of Colchester, Vt. will attempt to extend his record-setting American Canadian Tour (ACT) winning streak in the Coastal 100 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Saturday, August 5.

Payea recently drove the Harrison Redi-Mix Dodge Charger No. 37 to a record fourth straight Late Model win at Seekonk Speedway - despite being passed for the lead twice.


Rich Dubeau – Solid season in progress

Rich Dubeau of Lebanon, NH, driver of the Upper Valley Equipment Rental No.30 Toyota for owner Chick Henry, is halfway through his third season on the American Canadian Tour and things are looking up. 

Dubeau is coming off a third-place finish at Seekonk. He sits third in the championship points standings as his team prepares for the next event - Saturday, August 5 at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine.

American Canadian Tour 100
Historic win at Seekonk for Scott Payea

It’s come down to who can beat Scott Payea on the American Canadian Tour and Saturday at Seekonk Speedway – for a record-breaking fourth consecutive race – the answer was nobody. 

Payea started ninth in the Harrison Redi-Mix/RPM Motorsports No. 37. He led for the first time on lap 27 when he went around Seekonk regular Ryan Lineham who had been dicing hard with Jimmy Hebert.

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) comes to Seekonk Speedway for the fifth event on its 2017 Late Model schedule Saturday, July 15 and there will be no shortage of local talent waiting to take on the invaders. 

Scott Payea of Colchester, Vt. leads the ACT contingent into the Cement Palace on a three-race win streak that has him atop the point standings.

Dillon Moltz of Waterford, Conn. is within eight points of Payea after following up his opening day win at Lee USA with three top-3 finishes.

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