ACT
St-Eustache
Serie ACT Castrol Heads to St-Eustache
Point Leader Dery Looks for Three in a Row
 
The stars of Serie ACT Castrol will head to Autodrome St-Eustache in St-Eustache, QC this Saturday, July 28 for the ACT 200. Point leader Jean-Francois Dery looks to claim his third straight victory in the series, and his second in a row at St-Eustache in 2012.
 
Second-place point man Donald Theetge will attempt to keep up with the torrid pace set by Dery, who has yet to finish out of the top five except for a mechanical failure in St-Croix earlier this year. Theetge looked well on his way to winning the previous race at St-Eustache, until a duel with eventual winner Dery left him facing the field against the turn three wall. Theetge has collected two wins for himself in 2012, however, and the two-time Serie ACT Castrol Champion will look to close the 13-point gap between himself and Dery after a blown motor at Circuit Riverside on July 14. 

Sanair Test and Tune Session
Patrick Laperle Leads Sanair Test and Tune Session

Two-time Serie ACT Castrol Champion Patrick Laperle of St-Denis, Quebec lead all American Canadian Tour competitors at the Test and Tune session at Sanair Super Speedway in St-Pie, Quebec on Wednesday, July 25. Over a dozen teams were on hand for the practice session in preparation for the 100 lap event on Saturday, August 11.

Seven-time ACT Champion Jean-Paul Cyr was second quickest on the day. He was followed by ACT rookie Jimmy Hebert, current ACT point leader Wayne Helliwell, Jr., and veteran Randy Potter. Teams took advantage of the five hour test session to re-familiarize themselves with the speedway, which hasn't seen ACT competition since July of 2006.

Both the ACT (US) and the Serie ACT Castrol will be in action this Saturday, July 28. The US teams will head to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, Maine for their sixth event of the 2012 season. The Serie ACT Castrol is returning to Autodrome St-Eustache outside of Montreal for their second trip of the season and their seventh event overall.

Beech Ridge ACT 150
Helliwell, Pole Lead ACT Stars to Beech Ridge
 
The stars of the American Canadian Tour will kick off the second half of their season this Saturday night, (July 28), at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, ME for the ACT 150. Dover NH’s Wayne Helliwell, Jr., leads Hudson, NH native Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., and Williston, VT’s Brian Hoar at the midway point as the title hunt remains far from settled. 
 
Polewarczyk comes into the event as one of the hottest racers in the region after dominating the TD Bank 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway last Sunday (July 22). He already found victory lane at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway when he claimed the win in this event two years ago, and will look to add to his increasing momentum. 

Polewarczyk Wins Oxford 250
Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. Dominates Oxford 250
ACT Veteran Pockets One of the Biggest Checks in 250 History

American Canadian Tour star Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. of Hudson, NH dominated the 39th Annual Oxford 250 at Oxford (ME) Plains Speedway on Sunday, July 22nd. The ACT veteran wheeled his Ford-powered Pole’s Automotive machine to one of the biggest paydays in Oxford 250 history at $45,500, while leading over 200 laps. Polewarczyk maneuvered through heavy lapped traffic throughout the majority of the event and held off a late race charge from Jeff Taylor and fellow ACT competitor Austin Theriault in second and third respectively.

Polewarczyk jumped out to a commanding lead early from the outside pole and lapped nearly half of the 39-car field before the first caution of the event flew on lap 69. With multiple lap cars cushioning his lead over the rest of the lead lap cars, Polewarczyk quickly stretched out his lead again after returning to green and was a half a track ahead when the second caution of the event came out on lap 135.

Fisher, Theetge First Entries to 50th Milk Bowl
Fisher, Theetge First Entries to 50th Milk Bowl
 
 Former Thunder Road Champion Jamie Fisher, and two-time Serie ACT Castrol Champion Donald Theetge were the first to file entries for the 50th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl on Sunday, September 30 at Barre’s Thunder Road. 
 
Fisher filed within 30 minutes of receiving his entry form last Thursday. “This may be the biggest Milk Bowl we ever run for, so I didn’t want to waste any time,” said Fisher. “We’ve finally got the car going great again this year, I think we’ve got a real shot,” he finished.

Riverside 150
Dery Stays Hot, Capitalizes in Riverside 150
Quebec City’s Jean Francois Dery dominated the field on the way to his second victory in a row in the Riverside 150 at Circuit Riverside Speedway in St-Croix, QC on Saturday, July 14. Dery battled all race long with hometown heroes Dany Trepanier and Patrick Hamel who came home second and third respectively. 
The first 75 lap segment of two was dominated early by St-Edouard, QC’s Trepanier who started from the second position. A lap 31 caution restart, however, brought Dery to the front of segment one. Trepanier battled back on the inside lane on lap 35, reclaiming the lead for eight more laps, until a lap 44 restart brought Dery to the front row once again. Dery took off once again on the restart, leading until Trepanier took the lead for good on lap 54. 

Record Purse for 50th Milk Bowl
Thunder Road’s 50th Milk Bowl Reaches Record $100,000
Historic Winnings Posted for Marquee Race
 
Thunder Road officials have announced that the 50th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl on Sunday, September 30th, will boast winnings exceeding $100,000 for competitors at “The Nation’s Site of Excitement.” It is the highest purse ever posted for the event deemed the “Toughest Short Track Race in America”.
 
The season-ending event for Barre’s Thunder Road has long been a marquee for Northeast Auto Racing, but the 50th anniversary will be even more special. The weekend will include a “Reserve Milk Bowl” for up to thirty competitors who do not qualify for the 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl. It will be comprised of a two-segment feature event, as well as a $20,000 purse of its own, with $3,000 going to the winner.  

Vermont Governor's Cup 150
Sweet Flies High, Steals Second Governor’s Cup
Badore, Whitcomb Bounce Back for Feature Victories
 
Barre’s hometown hero Nick Sweet continued a dominating 2012 with a dazzling victory in the Vermont Governor’s Cup 150 presented by the VT Lottery Commission at Thunder Road on Thursday (July 12). Sweet was hounded by defending Champion Dave Pembroke, and perennial front runner Scott Payea picked up third place. Young sensation Cody Blake crossed the line fourth, with 2011 Governor’s Cup winner John Donahue rounding out the top five.
 
American Canadian Tour front-runner Joey Polewarczyk Jr., snatched the early lead from the second starting position, but it only took 6 laps for Sweet to pull to the front from fourth. Sweet dominated the next 46 circuits, looking well on his way to victory, when he stunned the large hometown crowd and pitted on a lap 53 caution, taking the top five with him and leaving East Montpelier’s Cris Michaud at the point. Michaud spent the next 46 laps in a duel with South Burlington’s Trampas Demers, but it was all for not when the familiar #88 of Sweet returned to reclaim the lead on lap 100 of the 150 lap event, and went on to power through a late race surge from Pembroke to take the Governor’s Cup by just .365 seconds. Top Vermont State Championship Series runners Brent Dragon, Phil Scott, and Ricky Rolfe struggled to 16th, 22nd, and 21st place finishes respectively.

VT Governor's Cup 150
Vermont Governor’s Cup Earns Special Invite
Governor’s Cup Winner Will Gain Invite To ACT Invitational
 
Thunder Road officials have announced that the winner of the Vermont Governor’s Cup 150 sponsored by the VT State Lottery Commission on this Thursday, July 12, will also earn an invite to the Bond Auto ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 22. Thunder Road’s marquee race of the summer will feature the top talent from Thunder Road, and the Vermont State Championship Series, all coming to town to claim the Vermont Governor’s Cup to be presented by Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin. 

Joey Pole Enters Governor's Cup 150
Joey Polewarczyk Enters Governor’s Cup 150
Former Winner Files Surprise Entry
 
American Canadian Tour sensation Joey Polewarczyk Jr., of Hudson, NH has filed his entry for the Vermont Governor’s Cup 150 presented by the VT State Lottery Commission this Thursday night at Barre’s Thunder Road. Polewarczyk will join multi-time Thunder Road Champion Phil Scott, Late Model point leader Nick Sweet, and Vermont State Championship Series point leader Brent Dragon as early favorites to take the cup.
 
Polewarczyk, who currently sits second on the American Canadian Tour, is preparing for a stretch of big races in the coming months. He has committed to competing in the Oxford 250, at a track where he already owns 2 ACT victories, and then will find himself in high gear for the second half of the American Canadian Tour season as he chases his first ACT Championship.

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