International 500
ACT Unveils International 500
American Canadian Tour officials have announced a major inaugural weekend event for the 2013 season: The International 500. The landmark event will be run at Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY on the weekend of July 20th and 21st.

Serie ACT Castrol Presents 2013 Plan

Série ACT Castrol Presents 2013 Plan

Série ACT Castrol, in conjunction with the promoters of Autodrome Montmagny, Riverside Speedway, and Autodrome St Eustache, have come together to create an ambitious schedule for the 2013 season.  The new schedule boasts over $400,000 in prize and purse money, and will offer many exciting new bonuses.

50th Milk Bowl Ready for Sunday

50th Milk Bowl Ready for Sunday

After two attempts at the 50th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl, racers and fans have received word of a good forecast for this Sunday, October 28th to run the $160,000 event.  With championship titles across the region completed, American Canadian Tour Late Models will take the gloves off one last time in 2012.

Two-time Thunder Road Champion Dave Pembroke will take another shot at starting from the pole, with 8-time ACT Champion Brian Hoar as his dancing partner in second.  2012 King of the Road Nick Sweet will take his shot at the 50th Milk Bowl from the third starting position, followed by Fort Kent, ME’s Austin Theriault and multi-time Thunder Road Champion Cris Michaud.  The odds favor the top five to have the best shot at long-time Promoter Tom Curley’s Challenge: $50,000 to anyone who can win all three segments.  When the first 50-lap segment ends, only one driver will have a shot at the feat, with two 75-lap features left to get the job done.

50th Annual People's United Bank Milk Bowl
Rain Date Announced for 50th Milk Bowl

A third attempt at the $160,000 50th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl will be run at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road on Sunday, October 28th with a post time of 1pm.  The three-segment race has qualified 30 cars, of the 51 who attempted, for what is considered the “Toughest Short Track Race in America.” 

Long-time Promoter Tom Curley was careful in choosing the day for the biggest race in Vermont’s history, as many of ACT’s leading drivers will participate in Lee USA Speedway’s OctoberFest event this coming weekend.  “We certainly do not want to conflict with one of the best facilities on our Tour, so we chose to run on Sunday, October 28,” said Curley.

Postponed: 50th People's United Bank Milk Bowl
50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl Postponed
Reschedule Date TBA

The 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl scheduled for Sunday, October 14 at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT has been postponed due to the forecast of heavy rains. The event will be rescheduled for a later date. That date will be announced next week on the American Canadian Tour ( and Thunder Road ( websites.

The 50th Milk Bowl was originally scheduled for the last weekend in September (29th/30th). Qualifying was completed on the 29th with former Milk Bowl Champions Dave Pembroke and Brian Hoar claiming the front row starting spots. The 30 car field was set after 51 cars attempted to qualify.

Check back at or next week for an update on the rescheduling of the 50th People’s United Bank MIlk Bowl.

50th Milk Bowl Grudge Matches
Milk Bowl: Final Chance for ACT Competitors

Grudge Matches Settled at Historic Race

The biggest race of the year, The 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl, has become the prime time focus for ACT teams across the region.  51 ACT Championship cars will enter Barre, VT’s Thunder Road, in an attempt to earn the lion’s share of a purse worth over $160,000.

With championship chases behind them, the race will serve as a grudge match for a series of 2012 duels.  2-time Thunder Road Champion David Pembroke will attempt to dethrone rival 2012 King of the Road Nick Sweet, after claiming the pole position in the race through time trials.  Sweet, who dominated the Thunder Road Late Model division on his way to his second title, will start directly behind him in third.

Who Will Win the Thunder Road Triple Crown?
Who Will Win Thunder Road’s Triple Crown?

Drivers Look Ahead to $50,000 Bonus

When 51 ACT Late Model stock cars arrive at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road on Sunday, October 14th for the 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl, an extra incentive will be on their minds: Curley’s $50,000 Challenge.  The challenge, put out by long-time Promoter Tom Curley, is a $50,000 bonus to any driver that can win all three segments of the year-end Milk Bowl.

The task is daunting, but three drivers have already accomplished the feat: Larry Demar in 1967, Dave Dion in 1975, and Robbie Crouch in 1986.  Brian Hoar was one position away in 1998 when he won the first two segments and finished second to his father in the third.  Several others have won two segments but failed to complete the crown.

Rent-A-Wreck Fall Foliage 200
Helliwell Claws to Victory, Claims ACT Crown
Dover, NH’s Wayne Helliwell, Jr. won the battle and the war, grinding to the victory in the Rent-A-Wreck Fall Foliage 200 at Airborne Speedway on Sunday, October 7 and unofficially earning his first American Canadian Tour Championship. He held off a late charging Austin Theriault, and 2012 Serie ACT Castrol Champion Patrick Laperle for the clutch victory. 
Second-place point man Brian Hoar and Helliwell started nose to tail to start the feature that ran the first 49 laps without a caution. Helliwell had worked his way to the front earning a five point bonus for leading a lap, while Hoar stalked him through the field. When a second caution came out on lap 62, Hoar showed his hand, ducking into pit road for fresh tires and falling to the back of the pack.
Helliwell continued to lead while Hoar methodically worked his way through the 36 car field. The fourth caution of the 200-lap event on lap 87saw race leader Helliwell, Theriault, and Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. on pit road for tires.


ACT Finale Postponed to Sunday

The Rent-A-Wreck Fall Foliage 200 at Plattsburgh, NY’s Airborne Speedway scheduled for Saturday, October 6 has been postponed due to rain, and will be run the next day, Sunday, October 7th.  The race, which is the final event of the 2012 American Canadian Tour season, will have a post time of 1:00pm. 

The duel between Dover, NH’s Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Williston, VT’s Brian Hoar will have to wait another day, but will resume on Sunday to settle the American Canadian Tour Championship.  Helliwell, who currently leads Hoar by eight points, is looking to claim his first ACT Championship, while Hoar tries to earn an unprecedented ninth. 

ACT Champion to be Crowned

ACT Champion To Be Crowned This Weekend

Helliwell, Hoar Settle Duel

The budding rivalry of Dover, NH’s Wayne Helliwell, Jr. and Williston’s Brian Hoar will be settled this Saturday, October 6 in the Rent-A-Wreck Fall Foliage 200 at Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY.  The race will close out the season for the 2012 American Canadian Tour Championship, and will also include the 602 Modified and Renegade divisions. 

Point-leader Helliwell will attempt to earn his first American Canadian Tour Championship holding on to an eight-point advantage. To do it he will have to beat out eight-time and defending ACT Champion Brian Hoar, who has kicked it into high gear late in the season and nearly closed the gap.  Helliwell and team owner Bruce Bernhardt remain confident in their battle against one of New England’s racing legends.

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