ACT
NHMS 3rd Annual ACT Invitational Invites First 10
The American Canadian Tour (ACT) announced today the first group of invitees for what is expected to be one of the most exciting events of the September 23-25, 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup weekend.
 
ACT teams are coming off some spectacular short track style racing on the “Magic Mile” during the August IZOD INDYCAR weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). Now the best of the Northeast will be invited for the third annual Invitational.                                         

Thunder Road/Bond Food Drive
Thunder Road and Bond Help Local Food Shelf
Thunder Road International Speedbowl and Bond Auto Parts have teamed up to help a local food shelf following Hurricane Irene. Fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to this weekend’s Bond Auto Labor Day Classic at Thunder Road in Barre on Sunday, September 4.
Bond Auto trucks will be located at all Thunder Road gates this weekend and will be accepting non-perishable food items and cash donations to benefit the Waterbury Food Shelf which lost its entire inventory in last week’s flooding.

Riverside Can-Am 200 Postponed
ACT Can-Am 200 at Riverside Postponed Due to Rain
The ACT Late Model Tour and Série ACT Castrol combined Can-Am 200 at Circuit Riverside Speedway in Ste-Croix, QC scheduled for Saturday, August 27 has been postponed due to rain.
Forty-one cars attempted to qualify for the event with thirty-six making the field. The field of 36 was set before the rains came following the B-Feature. Those 36 cars will return on Sunday, September 11 to complete the 200 lap distance.

Bond Auto Labor Day Classic
T-Road Regulars Tough to Beat in Bond Auto Labor Day Classic Event
 
 
The American Canadian Tour (ACT) stars will find the competition the toughest of the 2011 race season when they return to Thunder Road for the 33rd running of the Bond Auto Labor Day Classic on Sunday, September 4th. A field of over 40 of the best Late Model racers in the region will attempt to qualify for the $5000 to win, $40,000 summer holiday classic, including some of the best weekly racers in New England.
 
The 200-lap event on the high banks at the “Nation’s Site of Excitement” is viewed as one of the most physically demanding events on the ACT schedule, and the competition from the weekly Thunder Road Late Model teams has proven to be equally so.
 
“There have been 9 different winners at Thunder Road in the12 races staged so far this season,” said Nick Bigelow, Media Director for Thunder Road. “The only repeat winners have been John Donahue with three, and Dave Pembroke with back-to-back wins in mid-July, including the Times Argus double point Mid Season Championship which catapulted him into the points lead. Needless to say, there is a definite challenge ahead for the ACT teams,” concluded Bigelow.

ACT Late Model Tour at OPS
****REVISED FINISH FOLLOWING SCORE CHECK (8/23/11)
Jeff Taylor Handed Second ACT Win at Oxford Plains Speedway
Jeff Taylor of Farmington, Maine scored his second career ACT Late Model Tour win at Oxford Plains Speedway on Saturday, August 20. Taylor was running second behind Jeff White, who won the last ACT event at OPS, when White ran out of gas with eight laps remaining.
 
White, the current OPS point leader, and Taylor had broken away from the field following the last restart of the event on lap 93. White clearly had the car to beat as Taylor stuck with him but didn’t have enough to make the pass until White’s ride started sputtering after completing lap 142.
 
Taylor led the final eight laps uncontested and was followed to the line by Austin Theriault and current ACT point leader Brian Hoar. Two-time Oxford 250 winner Eddie MacDonald and Glen Luce completed the top five. TJ Brackett, Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Dave Farrington, Jr., Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., and Randy Potter filled out the top ten.

Bond/WIX Tiger Tour at Canaan
Joey Roberts Wins Tiger Tour 100 at Canaan Fair Speedway
 
Joey Roberts of Georgia, Vermont picked up his first career Bond/WIX Tiger Tour win at Canaan Fair Speedway on Saturday, August 20. Roberts started on the outside pole and settled in behind pole sitter Joe Steffen for the first 22 circuits. Roberts managed to take the lead on the restart following the first caution of the 100 lap event.
 
Steffen would challenge Roberts until suffering a flat tire coming to the green on the second restart of the race on lap 47. Steffen would lose three laps in the pits while changing the tire. Current point leader Derrick O’Donnell would take over second and stuck with Roberts over the second half of the event. Roberts had his hands full trying to hold off O’Donnell who at one point got around Roberts and led on lap 49.

ACT All-Star Challenge
Brian Hoar Wins Second Segment and Overall ACT All-Star Challenge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
 
Williston, Vermont’s Brian Hoar claimed the overall ACT All-Star Challenge title after winning the second segment at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, August 13. Hoar was running third on a lap 36 restart when segment one winner and leader at the time Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts had ignition troubles and had to retire from the event.
 
Hoar led the remainder of the 50 lap event, while holding off a hard charging Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, Maine during the final laps. Hoar’s run from the 35th starting position to the win combined with his second place finish in the first segment was enough to earn him the overall win with a near perfect three-point total. Theriault’s second was enough to earn him second in the overall finish as the only other car with a single digit score.
 
“We had a hot rod all week, from Test and Tune through today. I had a lot of anxiety starting 35th. It’s a lot of fun to run three and four wide here and I have to hand it to the entire field; they were respectful and gave a lane,” said Hoar. “I don’t think anybody’s ever seen that kind of racing in this place. It was a fun day.”

ACT All-Star Challenge
Eddie MacDonald Wins Segment #1 of ACT All-Star Challenge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts won segment one of the two segment ACT All-Star Challenge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 13. MacDonald outran current ACT point leader and defending champion Brian Hoar of Williston, Vermont.
MacDonald took the lead early from the outside pole but had to battle with Joey Laquerre of East Montpelier, Vermont. MacDonald broke out to a comfortable lead before Hoar chased him down in the final laps. Hoar ran out of time after just getting to MacDonald’s bumper as they worked through lap traffic.
Tom Carey, Jr. from New Salem, Massachusetts came from the eighth starting spot to take third, followed by Laquerre, and Austin Theriault completed the top five. Série ACT Castrol competitors Karl Allard, Alex Labbé and Donald Theetge took the sixth through 8th positions. Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Brad Leighton completed the top ten.

ACT Late Model Tour Challenge
Eddie MacDonald and Joey Laquerre Take ACT Late Model Challenge Front Row at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts and Joey Laquerre of East Montpelier, Vermont will sit on the front row in the first segment of the American Canadian Tour Late Model Challenge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, August 13. MacDonald earned a +14 and Laquerre picked up a +11 in ACT’s unique plus/minus handicap system.
Wayne Helliwell, Jr., Austin Theriault, and Donald Theetge will fill the 3rd through 5th positions. Brian Hoar, Alex Labbé, Tom Carey, Jr., Mark Lamberton and Donnie Lashua will complete the top ten starting positions.
Heat winners were Brian Hoar, Eddie MacDonald and Aaron Fellows. The Last Chance races were won by John Donahue and Patrick Laperle. The two ACT Late Model Tour provisionals were awarded to Brent Dragon and Rowland Robinson, Jr., while the two Série ACT Castrol provisionals were taken by Patrick Hamel and Marc-Andre Cliche.

ACT All-Star Challenge at NHMS Entries
ACT All-Star Challenge at NHMS Entries
Car #          Driver                                     Hometown
2ON           Ken Baird                               North Gower, ON
3ME           Dennis Spencer, Jr.           Oxford, ME
3NH           Mike Kenison                      Lancaster, NH
3VT            Ricky Roberts                       Washington, VT
4ME           Brad Babb                             Windham, ME
4ON           Jonathan Urlin                     London, ON
4NH           Larry Riendeau                    Ascutney, VT
5QC            Patrick Cliche                       St-Jean Chrysostome, QC
6ME           Tommy Ricker                     Poland, ME
7ME           Glen Luce                              Turner, ME
7NC            Ben Lynch                             Derry, NH
8QC            Marc-Andre Cliche            Vallee-Jct., QC
11QC         Claude Leclerc                     Lanoraie, QC
12NH         Guy Caron                             Lempster, NH
15ME         #Ben Ashline                       Pittston, ME
15VT          Joey Laquerre                     East Montpelier, VT
16NY          Mark Lamberton                Mooer's Forks, NY
17MA        Eddie MacDonald               Rowley, MA
17RI           Ray Parent                            Tiverton, RI
17ON         Justin Holtom                      Dunrobin, ON
18VT          Jamie Fisher                         Shelburne, VT
19QC         Dany Trepanier                   St-Edouard, QC
21MA        #Pete Yetman                     Peru, MA
21QC         Jean-François Déry            Quebec, QC
22NY          Mike Bruno                          Castleton, VT
23ME         #Dave Farrington Jr.         Jay, ME
24NH         Jeffrey Labrecque             Rochester, NH
25QC         #Yannick Tremblay            Chicoutimi, QC
26VT          John Donahue                     Graniteville, VT
27NH         Wayne Helliwell, Jr.           Dover, NH
28ME         #Rowland Robinson, Jr.   Birch Harbor, ME
29NH         Aaron Fellows                     Croydon, NH
32VT          Jean-Paul Cyr                       Milton, VT
36QC         Alex Labbé                            St-Albert, QC
37VT          Brian Hoar                             Williston, VT
38CT          Joe Curioso                           Mystic, CT
40QC         David Michaud                    Ste-Annes-des-Plaines, QC
40VT          Nick Sweet                           Barre, VT
41VT          Jamie Aube                          N. Ferrisburgh, VT
48QC         Karl Allard                              St-Felicien, QC
49NH         Matt Anderson                   Franklin, NH
51ME         Ricky Rolfe                            Albany Twp., ME
51QC         Patrick Hamel                      St-Croix-de-Lotbiniere, QC
55NH         Brad Leighton                      Center Harbor, NH
55VT          Brent Dragon                       Milton, VT
57ME         Austin Theriault                  Fort Kent, ME
57VT          Mike Stefanik                      Wilbraham, MA
58VT          #James Hebert                   Williamstown, VT
61ME         TJ Brackett                            Buckfield, ME
68VT          Brooks Clark                         Fayston, VT
72VT          Jacob McGrath                    North Claredon, VT
77MA        Jimmy Linardy                     Somerville, MA
78NH         Quinny Welch                      Lancaster, NH
80QC         Donald Theetge                  Boischatel, QC
89VT          Scott Payea                          Milton, VT
91QC         Patrick Laperle                    St-Denis, QC
94ME         Shawn Martin                      Turner, ME
95NH         Patrick Floyd                        Chester, NH
95QC         Jimmy Cormier                    Princeville, QC
97NH         Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.       Hudson, NH
02NH         Randy Potter                       Groveton, NH
05VT          Craig Bushey                        Fletcher, VT
07MA        Tom Carey, Jr.                     New Salem, MA
07ME         Scott Luce                             Strong, ME
08NH         Donnie Lashua                    Canaan, NH
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