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ACT "Tracks by the Facts" Star Speedway
Tracks by the Facts – Star Speedway
Star Speedway in Epping, New Hampshire returns to the American Canadian Tour schedule after a 9 season hiatus. The ¼-mile speedway will host the eighth event of the 2013 ACT US schedule, which will be 150 laps on Saturday, July 6.
·        ACT has run a total of 5 events at Star with the first on April 21, 2001 and the most recent on July 26, 2003.
·        Cris Michaud won the first ever ACT event at the speedway in 2001.
·        Todd Stone claimed the win in the most recent ACT event held at Star in 2003.
·        There have been 5 different winners in the 5 events. Michaud and Stone are joined by Jamie Fisher, Patrick Laperle and Scott Dragon.

INFO UPDATED MEMO: Regarding Tom Curley/2013 ACT & Thunder Road
INFORMATION UPDATED MEMO
Regarding Tom Curley-2013 ACT-2013 ACT Castrol-ACT International 500 and 2013 Thunder Road
INTRODUCTION
First, I would like to thank you for all of the well wishes I have received from so many concerned about my recent health issues. The many emails, phone calls, text messages, prayers and thoughts have been very much appreciated. I would be remiss if I did not publicly thank Darla who has been with me for every hour of the past three weeks and continues to care for me as I recover.

I wanted to take this opportunity to review for all our ACT and Thunder Road race teams exactly what has been done over the past three months since the 50th Milk Bowl finally closed our season, and to hopefully provide a positive platform for everyone to become excited, positive, and energized about the upcoming race season.

Unbuckled: Getting To Know Jimmy Hebert

Unbuckled: Getting To Know Jimmy Hebert

Driver of the #58 Hebert Excavation Chevrolet  (HebertRacing.com)

Hometown: Williamstown, VT

2012: Doc Nielson Rookie Award Winner, 2012 ACT Rookie of the Year, 10th Place Overall on American Canadian Tour

What are your favorite hobbies in the off-season?

I do a lot of deer hunting in the fall.  Rifle, muzzle loader, you name it through the fall until Christmas.  In the winter I do a lot of snowmachining, and I work with the local snowmobile club.  I do R/C racing right in Barre and the iRacing online racing simulator to get my racing fix in the offseason!

What do you do for work?

I work with our family business Hebert Excavation.  I do everything from bidding jobs all the way down to shoveling dirt.  I’m learning the ropes of the business for the future when my Dad decides to retire.

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

I’d have to say winning the Tiger Championship back in 2009.  I remember the biggest thing about that was that we didn’t give up. We were down and out with 4 races to go, we were about 50 points out of the lead, but we clawed back to win the championship. That was very special for me, plus I was 18 years old at the time.

ACT "Tracks by the Facts" - White Mountain Motorsports Park
Tracks by the Facts – White Mountain Motorsports Park
White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, New Hampshire is ACT’s 4th most visited track since the creation of the Late Model Tour in 1992. The ¼-mile speedway, which is a favorite among ACT competitors, has hosted at least one event each season since their first in 1998. The 2013 event will be 150 laps on Saturday, June 22.
·        White Mountain’s first ever ACT event was run on September 6, 1998. Brian Hoar won the event on his way to his 3rd career ACT title.
·        Wayne Helliwell, Jr. is the most recent ACT winner at White Mountain. He took the win during ACT’s annual visit in 2012 on his way to his first career title.
·        Since White Mountain joined the ACT schedule in 1998, nine (9) of the 15 seasons have seen the ACT Champion win at the speedway en route to their title. Brian Hoar (1998, 1999, 2010), Pete Fecteau (2001), Jean-Paul Cyr (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. (2012).
·         White Mountain has hosted 21 ACT events since 1998.
·        Brent Dragon holds the record for the most ACT starts at White Mountain with 20. He also holds the record of top tens with 15.

Unbuckled: Rowland Robinson, Jr.
Unbuckled: Getting To Know Rowland Robinson, Jr.
Driver of the #28 Rowland’s Recycling Chevrolet
Hometown: Steuben, ME
2012: 14th place finisher on the American Canadian Tour.
What are your favorite hobbies in the off-season?
To be honest, I don’t have time to do a lot outside of my work, but I do like to snowmobile. I got one brand new in 2007, but I think I only have 900 miles on it. 
What do you do for work?
We own a scrapyard, we buy metal, and we plow for two towns. Rowland’s Recycling is the name of the business, and my father and I own it. We’ve always had a junkyard but just recently we got a scrap yard too.

ACT "Tracks by the Facts" - Canaan Fair Speedway
Tracks by the Facts – Canaan Fair Speedway
Canaan Fair Speedway in Canaan, New Hampshire is the second of three tracks returning to the ACT schedule after several years. The 1/3-mile oval will host the 6th point counting event of the 2013 ACT season on Saturday, June 15.
·        Canaan has hosted 6 ACT events to date.
·        The first ACT event at Canaan was won by Phil Scott on September 6, 1997.
·        The most recent event was won by A.J. Begin on June 26, 2005.
·        Joey Laquerre and Phil Scott have both started all six ACT events held at Canaan to date.
·        Scott holds the record for top 10s with four and is tied with Brian Hoar for most top 5s with 3 at Canaan.
·        Scott also has the highest career earnings from Canaan with $,4755.
·        There have been six different winners in those six events: Scott (1997), Chris Fisher (1998), Brian Hoar (2000), Dave Pembroke (2001), Ken Dufour (2002), Begin (2005).

2012 ACT Banquet of Champions
Helliwell, Laperle Take Top Honors at ACT Banquet
Richard Green Wins Prestigious MacTavish Award
 
2012 American Canadian Tour Champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr., and 2012 Série ACT Castrol Champion Patrick Laperle were the stars of the ACT Banquet at the Doubletree Inn in Burlington, VT on Saturday, January 12th, earning the highest awards for their respective titles. ACT awarded over $700,000 in point funds and event purses to teams in 2012.
 
Helliwell was honored after one of the most entertaining point-battles of ACT’s history, beating out eight-time Tour Champion Brian Hoar in an epic battle for his first-ever ACT Championship. He won four races in 2012, including his first-career ACT victory, and only finished worse than seventh once. He won $10,000 for his ACT Championship, but also picked up an additional $5,000 from the Ford point fund for winning the Ford Blue Oval Challenge for a record third time in a row.

Unbuckled: Getting To Know Etienne Cliche

Unbuckled: Getting To Know Etienne Cliche

Driver of the #98 Choi 98.1 Ford

Hometown: Vallee-Jonction, QC

2012: Serie ACT Castrol Rookie of the Year, 11th in Overall Standings

What are your favorite hobbies in the off-season?

I love to downhill ski in the winter. That is definitely my favorite thing to do.  I also do a lot of reading during the off-season.  It is my time to catch up on my favorite hobbies.

What do you do for work?

I am a mechanical engineer for CFR. I mostly work with robotics and custom fabrication machinery. 

 What is your biggest life accomplishment?

I would say my biggest life accomplishment was when I built my own Asphalt Modified to race the Valenti Modified Racing Series.  In my second career race with the Series, I qualified 24th out of 32 cars for the race.  It felt very good to have done it in something I built myself.

Tracks by the Facts - Riverside Speedway
Tracks by the Facts – Riverside Speedway (NH)
Riverside Speedway in Groveton, New Hampshire returns to the American Canadian Tour schedule after an 8 season hiatus. The ¼-mile speedway will host the fifth event of the 2013 ACT US schedule, which will be 150 laps on Sunday, June 2.
·        Riverside Speedway hosted its first ever ACT event in the tour’s second season in 1993.
·        There have been a total of 10 ACT events at Riverside with the most recent in July of 2004.
·        Brent Dragon and Dave Whitcomb have started all 10 ACT events at Riverside.

Unbuckled: Getting To Know Ray Parent

Unbuckled: Getting To Know Ray Parent

Driver of the #17RI Amtrol Ford Fusion

Hometown: Tiverton, RI

2012: 7th place overall on the American Canadian Tour. 


What are your favorite hobbies in the offseason?

Skiing.  My boys just turned 12 and 13 and they are snowboarding and skiing so I love skiing with my wife and kids who I don’t get to see much during race season.  I also coach recreational basketball with my kids.

What do you do for work?

I am a sales rep.  I sell heating products to plumbing and heating wholesalers for Dan Davis Sales.

What is your biggest life accomplishment, would you say?

Honestly, I’m proud of being able to raise my family.  My wife and I raised two good boys, we have a nice house, and we live in nice neighborhood.  I’ve just surrounded myself with good people.  My grandfather use to tell me if you surround yourself with good people good things happen, and I’ve had a lot of good things happen.  Winning Loudon was obviously my biggest racing accomplishment ever, but I have to tell you finishing third down in New Smyrna, that was a huge accomplishment too.


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