Serie ACT Castrol
Patrick Laperle Claims Second Straight Castrol Title with St-Eustache 300 Win
St-Denis, Quebec’s Patrick Laperle claimed his second straight Série ACT Castrol Championship with his fourth win of the season in the St-Eustache 300 at Autodrome St-Eustache on Sunday, September 16. Laperle cruised to the win leading the final 50 laps of the event after getting by Jonathan Bouvrette who held on for second. Karl Allard climbed his way back to third after bringing out a caution on lap 277 and restarting at the rear. Dany Trepanier and Patrick Hamel completed the top five.
Rookie Etienne Cliche finished sixth as the final car on the lead lap. Martin Goulet, Jr., Simon Roussin, David Michaud and Jacques Poulin completed the top ten. Second place point man Jean-Franoiçois Déry was involved in an early caution and spent an extended period of time on pit road changing a radiator and making front end repairs, which ended his title hopes. He finished fourteenth, thirty laps down.
Laperle’s three career Série ACT Castrol Championships is now the most all-time and today’s win puts him just one behind all-time Série ACT Castrol wins leader Donald Theetge with 17. The 300 lap event was completed in just under three hours with 19 cautions. Just fifteen of the twenty-six cars were on the track for the checkered flag.

Serie ACT Castrol

Série ACT Castrol Champion To Be Decided

Déry, Laperle Faceoff For the Title

When the checkered flag drops this Sunday, September 16 at Autodrome St-Eustache, a Champion of the Série ACT Castrol Series will be crowned.  The epic championship battle has morphed into a two-car war between defending Champion Patrick Laperle and top talent Jean-Francois Déry who will put everything on the line in hopes of a title this weekend.

Déry started the year off in style with a pair of third place finishes in the first two events, but a stray rock at Riverside Speedway left him with a 24th place finish, and dropped him from the point lead down to sixth.  Laperle suffered transmission problems in the second event of the year, leaving both teams behind the eight ball in the early going.

Final 6 Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Final 6 Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

As invitations rolled out for the 4th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational this week, Late Model teams watched as their competitors and friends were called to the big stage.  With the big race just over a week away, the final 6 competitors to fill out the 43-car starting grid have been announced. 

White Mountain Motorsports Park superstar Quinny Welch has received his invitation to the event, after just missing the podium in 2011 with a fourth place finish.  Welch, a former champion of White Mountain Motorsports Park, is confident in his chances.

Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Emily Packard, Four More Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

This week, ACT Late Model teams across the northeast held their breath hoping for the call: an invitation to the 4th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 22.  No one may have been more satisfied than Vermont teen sensation Emily Packard.

“We were so on edge, I got the call in school today and I’ve been shaking ever since,” said Packard out of breath. “I am so excited about racing up there.  We were so happy with the Test ‘N Tune, I’ve been telling my crew ‘We have to go to Loudon’ since the winter,” she finished.

Showdown at Chaudiere
Dany Trepanier Leads Quebec Team to Showdown Win
Dany Trepanier of St-Edouard, Quebec led the Série ACT Castrol team to a dominate win in the fifth annual “Showdown at Chaudiere 200” at Autodrome Chaudiere on Sunday, September 9. Trepanier earned $5,000 for the win plus the Castrol team picked up the $500 bonus for each of it team members with the overall win. Fellow Quebecer Karl Allard took second while Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. was the highest finishing ACT US competitor in third.
Patrick Laperle and Brian Hoar were in a three way battle with Polewarczyk over the final laps but had to settle for fourth and fifth respectively. Glen Luce, David Michaud, Patrick Hamel, Jean-François Déry and Randy Potter completed the top ten.
Trepanier was dominant after starting on the pole with a +4 in qualifying. He led 193 of the 200 laps after battling with Karl Allard early. He broke out to a straightaway lead during a couple of long green flag runs and cruised to victory. Laperle and Hoar both hit pit road on a couple of cautions before working their way back to the front late in the race.

Showdown at Chaudiere Postponed
ACT Showdown at Chaudiere Postponed
The American Canadian Tour “Showdown at Chaudiere” All-Star event at Autodrome Chaudiere scheduled for Saturday, September 8 has been postponed due to rain. The event has been rescheduled for tomorrow (Sunday, September 9) with a post time of 12noon.
Twenty-four (24) of the best ACT Late Model teams in the Northeast US and Eastern Quebec will compete in a 200 lap event tomorrow. Three qualifying heats will begin at 12noon to decide the feature line-up based on ACT’s plus-minus handicap system.
Current point leaders Wayne Helliwell, Jr. (ACT US) and Patrick Laperle (Serie ACT Castrol) will lead their respective teams while also aiming for the $5,000 pay day. The team with the combined lowest score will earn an extra $500 for each member of their team. Other stars include eight-time ACT Champion Brian Hoar, Jean-François Déry, Austin Theriault, Donald Theetge, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Karl Allard, Randy Potter and David Michaud among others.
Post time for the Showdown at Chaudiere 200 qualifying is scheduled for 12noon tomorrow (Sunday, September 9).

12 More Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

12 More Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

12 more invitations were extended to ACT teams for one of the biggest racing events of the fall: The 4th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational.  Invited teams will take part in a 50-lap event on the big stage at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 22 on the weekend of NASCAR’s Sylvania 300. 

The first of this installment of invites will go to past Invitational winner Eddie MacDonald, of Rowley, MA, who has recorded two victories in the first three events.  MacDonald will be an early favorite to win, but he will now face stout challenges from Oxford Plains Speedway 2012 Champion Shawn Martin, as well as nine-time Oxford Plains Champion Jeff Taylor.  Top ACT veterans Glen Luce of Maine and NH’s Randy Potter will join the prestigious list, ACT rookie sensation Jimmy Hebert will cut his teeth in the event, and multi-time Twin State Champion Guy Caron will be added to the starting grid.

ACT Set for Showdown

ACT Set for Showdown

US Teams Take on Canada in Showdown at Chaudière

Championship point battles will go on hold this Saturday, September 8, when American Canadian Tour and Série ACT Castrol teams go head-to-head at Autodrome Chaudière.  The “Showdown at Chaudière” will pit the US Tour’s best versus the elite of the Série ACT Castrol in an epic 200-lap battle for ultimate bragging rights.

The Showdown is a team-based event, where American and Canadian drivers will try to earn the lowest score for the overall win.  First place awards one point, second place awards two, and so on.  The members of the team with the least points at the finish will each get an added chunk of the $35,000 purse.

ACT Invites Additional Ten to Loudon

ACT Invites Additional Ten to Loudon

Ten More Teams Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

ACT officials have announced invitations 11-20 for the Bond Auto ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 22.  These ten teams have earned their invites through their performance in either the American Canadian Tour or Série ACT Castrol. 

Invites have been handed out to top drivers spanning across the Northeastern U.S. and Canada.  Rhode Island’s Ray Parent, who currently sits inside the top ten in ACT points, has earned his second invite to the Invitational in his two years on the Tour.  7-time American Canadian Tour Champion Jean Paul Cyr, and Vermont’s Jamie Fisher, as well as Scott Dragon piloting the Richard Green Racing #16NY have gained entry to the 50 lap event.  Quebec star Dany Trepanier, who sits sixth in the Série ACT Castrol, will take his shot seeking to be the first Canadian to win the Invitiational.

Hoar Wins 34th Annual Labor Day Classic
Hoar Wins Big, Sends Championship Message
Gonyaw, Pilotte Pick up Feature Wins
Eight-time Champion Brian Hoar made it clear his championship defense was far from over on Sunday afternoon at Thunder Road, claiming the clutch victory in the 34th Annual Bond Auto Labor Day Classic. Current point leader Wayne Helliwell, Jr. made him earn it, finishing a close second, and three-time Thunder Road track champion Cris Michaud rounded out the podium finishers.
Rookie Jimmy Hebert led the way early until a lap 33 caution when Helliwell spun in turn three. Hebert retained the lead following the restart, but was overpowered by Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. on lap 54 of the event. His lead, however, was short-lived when a hard charging Brent Dragon charged from the tenth starting position to take the lead on lap 68. 

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