PAYEA/MOLTZ title fight continues at Seekonk
Payea/Moltz title fight continues at Seekonk

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models return to Seekonk Speedway Saturday, July 15 for what could be considered Round 5 of the Scott Payea – Dillon Moltz title fight.

Payea, driver of the Harrison Redi-Mix No. 37, has won the last three ACT events -at Devil’s Bowl, Thunder Road and White Mountain - but his lead in the championship standings is a mere eight points (459-451).


Payea rolls on at White Mountain

Outduels Moltz, Masterson for 3rd straight ACT win

Scott Payea of Colchester, Vt. took the lead from Dillon Moltz on a lap 72 restart and notched his third consecutive American Canadian Tour (ACT) victory in the White Mountain 150 Saturday at White Mountain Motorsports Park. 

Moltz started on the pole, led the first 71 laps and then drew even to Payea’s outside on lap 78, but never managed to regain the top spot. With six laps remaining, Payea finally managed to give Moltz the slip. His winning margin was four car-lengths.

Payea Comes Back for Win in the Wild Community Bank 150

Payea Comes Back for the Win in the Wild Community Bank 150


Colchester’s Scott Payea was atop the pack when the dust settled on Sunday, June 11, coming from behind to score his second straight American-Canadian Tour (ACT) victory in the 19th Community Bank 150 at Barre’s Thunder Road.

Hinesburg’s Bobby Therrien appeared to have the race in hand, stretching out a lead as large as half a track after the leaders took on right-side tires during a lap-78 caution. But with 22 laps remaining, Therrien suddenly lost control entering turn 4 and went hard into the wall.

Payea, who had sustained significant body damage during a lap-29 melee, had fought his way back to second and inherited to lead with Therrien’s misfortune. He then held off Steuben, Me.’s Rowland Robinson Jr. over the final run to take his third Community Bank 150 win and 10th career ACT triumph.

Bouvrette Disqualified from Spring Green 117 Event

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) announced today disqualification of Jonathan Bouvrette and his #41QC team from the Spring Green 117 held last Saturday night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Bouvrette crossed the finish line in first place, but it was determined during post-race technical inspection that unapproved engine components had been utilized on the Bouvrette team’s powerplant.

OFFICIAL - Spring Green 117 Finish
Devil's Bowl Speedway, West Haven, VT

 # – denotes rookie
1.   (2) Scott Payea, Milton, VT
2. (11) Dillon Moltz, Waterford, CT
3. (10) Rich Dubeau, Lebanon, NH
4. (9) Bobby Therrien, Hinesburg, VT
5. (19) Josh Masterson, Bristol, VT
6. (12) Kyle Welch, Newport, NH
7. (4) Dany Trépanier, St-Edouard, QC
8. (25) Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Hudson, NH
9. (16) Chris Riendeau, Perkinsville, VT
10. (7) Mike Ziter, Barre, VT
11. (23) Scott Dragon, Milton, VT
12. (17) Miles Chipman, Nottingham, NH
13. (6) Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown, VT
14. (18) # Jason Corliss, Barre, VT
15. (26) Dylan Payea, Henniker, NH
16. (15) Steve Miller, Vergennes, VT
17. (24) Rich Lowrey Jr., Charlotte, VT
18. (21) # Ray Christian III, Norwich, CT
29. (3) Nick Sweet, Barre, VT
20. (20) # Mathieu Kingsbury, Blainville, QC
21. (27) Spencer Morse, Waterford, ME
22. (5) Seth Bridge, Mendon, VT
23. (1) Mark Jenison, Warwick, RI
24. (13) Mark Hudson, Norton, MA
25. (22) Claude Leclerc, Lanoraie, QC
26. (8) Robert Bryant Jr., Brooklyn, CT
DSQ    Jonathan Bouvrette
DNS: Jason Durgan, Morrisonville, NY; Jimmy Linardy, Somerville, MA.; Brandon White, Kahnawake, QC.

"Joey Pole" Returning to Honor Curley
“Joey Pole” Returning to Honor Curley at ACT Spring Green at Devil’s Bowl Speedway
Former ACT champion announces plans to compete as salute to mentor


Joey Polewarczyk Jr. will pay tribute to a stock car racing legend on Saturday night, May 20, when he returns to American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model competition in honor of the late Tom Curley.  Known by racing fans across the country as “Joey Pole,” the former champion will make his first ACT start of the 2017 season at the “Spring Green 117” event at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT.

The Spring Green marks the first ACT race held since Curley – the series’ innovative and award-winning founder and president – passed away on May 5 after a years-long fight with COPD.

Thomas Michael “T-Bone” “T” Curley, a proud and much-loved Irishman, passed away peacefully at his home on the grounds of his beloved Thunder Road Speedbowl on Friday, May 5, 2017.  He was 73.

Born on May 10, 1943 in Auburn, Maine, Tom’s journey was the real life equivalent of a mesmerizing story.  The second of two children of Richard and Bettie (Brown) Curley, the murder of his mother when he was just 3 and subsequent estrangement of his father, led to an upbringing by his maternal grandparents Stanley and Adria (Carville) Brown.  Throughout his life, Tom’s experiences in prep schools and his beloved summer sessions at Camp Moosehead provided camaraderie and adventure and developed an appreciation of risks and rewards which would guide his personal and professional life.


ACT’s Spring Green Devil’s Bowl Speedway Event Postponed


For the third time in three events, weather has forced the cancellation of this weekend’s American Canadian Tour event, scheduled for Sunday May 7 at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, Vermont.

With saturated grounds already a concern at the venue, and rain forecast throughout the area for the next several days, the event has been postponed until Saturday, May 20.

“Certainly, it’s disappointing to have to reschedule events, but in the interest of our fans and competitors, this seems like a wise decision, given the weather forecast”, said Darla Hartt, Vice President of ACT.   “We will look forward to our Devil’s Bowl event now set for Saturday, May 20, with a 6:00 pm post time, and with 117 laps in the Spring Green feature event, we will anticipate an exciting -evening”.



 A stout 29-car field kicked off the 2017 American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model Stock Car Championship schedule Sunday at Lee USA Speedway in New Hampshire. The race, originally scheduled for April 9th, had been postponed due to weather. 

The 31st running of the Annual New Hampshire Governor’s Cup, a 150-lap race, was won by Waterford, CT driver Dillon Moltz.  He was joined on the podium by a pair of Quebec drivers: Alex Labbé of Victoriaville and Jonathan Bouvrette of Blainville.  The defending race winner, Scott Payea (Colchester, VT) and 2017 ACT Rookie contender Jason Corliss (Barre, VT), rounded out the top-5.

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) is set to open its 26th season of ACT Late Model racing, and its 34th season of late model racing at Lee USA Speedway on Sunday, April 23 with the annual New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150, which was postponed due to weather from its originally scheduled early April date.  As in years past, the 2017 opener will give teams and fans a preview of competitors to watch during the coming race season.

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