50th Milk Bowl Postponed
50th Milk Bowl Postponed
A powerful rainstorm swept through the region on Sunday, September 30th and forced the postponement of the 50th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl. The season-ending event, which has posted record awards of over $160,000 will run on Sunday, October 14th with a post time of 1:00pm.
Two-time Thunder Road Champion David Pembroke will try to take a crack at the $50,000 bonus for winning all three segments from the Booth Brother’s Pole Position that he earned through time trials on Saturday. 2011 Milk Bowl Champion Brian Hoar will duel him from the outside of the front row, followed by 2012 King of the Road Nick Sweet, Maine star Austin Theriault, and multi-time Thunder Road Champion Cris Michaud. Barre’s own Cody Blake will roll off sixth, North Haverhill, NH’s Travis Fadden seventh, and Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Trampas Demers, and Brooks Clark will round out the top ten.

Booth Bros./H.P. Hood Qualifying Day
Dave Pembroke Claims 50th Milk Bowl Pole
Therrien and Hodgdon Claim Tiger and Street Segment Wins
Two-time Thunder Road Late Model Champion Dave Pembroke of Middlesex, VT claimed the Booth Bros./H.P. Hood Pole Award and will lead the 30 car field to green in the 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road. Pembroke set the fast time of 12.956 during Saturday’s (Sept. 29) qualifying to just edge out three-time Milk Bowl Champion Brian Hoar of Williston, VT.
2012 Thunder Road Champion Nick Sweet of Barre, VT, Fort Kent, ME’s Austin Theriault and three-time Thunder Road Champion Cris Michaud won the three Triple 50 qualifiers and will complete the top five in the starting line-up for segment #1. Cody Blake, Travis Fadden, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Trampas Demers and Brooks Clark will start in the top ten.

50th Milk Bowl
Late Model Teams Prepare for 50th Milk Bowl
Over 30 American Canadian Tour Late Model teams took advantage of a Late Model only practice session at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT on Friday, September 28. Competitors dodged the rain drops to get in valuable laps in preparation for Saturday’s (Sept. 29) Booth Bros./H.P. Hood Qualifying day for the 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl on Sunday (Sept. 30).
East Montpelier, VT’s Cris Michaud, the 2004 Milk Bowl Champion, set the fast time of the day with a 13.093. Also near the top of the speed charts were current ACT point leader Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of Dover, NH, Austin Theriault of Fort Kent, ME, St. Johnsbury, VT’s Stacy Cahoon, and two-time Milk Bowl Champion Phil Scott of Berlin, VT.

$50,000 Bonus Added to Milk Bowl

Thunder Road Announces $50,000 Bonus To Milk Bowl

Thunder Road Officials have announced a fifty thousand ($50,000) dollar bonus to be awarded to any competitor that can win all three segments of the 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl on the weekend of September 29th and 30th.

The $50,000 award is an added bonus to posted awards already exceeding $120,000, making the race one of the biggest sporting events in Vermont’s history. In the Milk Bowl’s long history, three drivers have completed the feat of winning all three segments: Larry Demar (1967), Dave Dion (1975), and Robbie Crouch (1986). Others have come dangerously close, and no one more than Williston’s Brian Hoar.

Bond Auto ACT Invitational

 Parent Thrills, Steals First ACT Win at Invitational

Laperle, Polewarczyk Battle to Finish Second and Third

Tiverton, RI’s Ray Parent took his “feel good” story to another level with a payday worth over $6,000 on Saturday, September 22 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, picking up his first-ever ACT victory in the 4th Annual Bond ACT Invitational.  Parent upset Serie ACT Castrol Champion Patrick Laperle, and former Invitational winner Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. for the emotional win.

Bond Auto ACT Invitational Starting Lineup

Starting Lineup for Bond Auto ACT Invitational Announced

American Canadian Tour officials have announced the starting lineup for the 4th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, set to roll off at 4:30pm on Saturday, September 22.  42 ACT competitors drew numbers for their positions in the starting lineup.

Drawing the pole for the event was Ontario driver Ryan Kimball, who is currently second in overall points at Kawartha Downs Speedway near Peterborough, ON.  Dueling with Kimball on the front row will be former K&N Pro Series Champion, and Barre, VT Thunder Road competitor Jamie Aube.  Maine star T.J. Brackett of Buckfield, ME will start third, with multi-time Oxford Plains Speedway Champion and fellow Mainer Ricky Rolfe starting fourth.  Rookie Ben Lynch of Huntersville, NC will start fifth.

Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Teams Set for Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Castrol Racer Michaud Forced Out After Wreck

Forty two (42) American Canadian Tour teams are primed and ready for the 4th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 22.  43 were invited, but after a wreck in last weekends Série ACT Castrol finale, St Ans Des Pins, QC’s David Michaud will be forced to sit out.

The finale, which crowned St Denis, QC’s Patrick Laperle as the Série ACT Castrol champion and race winner, saw brutal wrecks in the early going, one of them claiming the car of top-five point contender Michaud.

Serie ACT Castrol
Patrick Laperle Claims Second Straight Castrol Title with St-Eustache 300 Win
St-Denis, Quebec’s Patrick Laperle claimed his second straight Série ACT Castrol Championship with his fourth win of the season in the St-Eustache 300 at Autodrome St-Eustache on Sunday, September 16. Laperle cruised to the win leading the final 50 laps of the event after getting by Jonathan Bouvrette who held on for second. Karl Allard climbed his way back to third after bringing out a caution on lap 277 and restarting at the rear. Dany Trepanier and Patrick Hamel completed the top five.
Rookie Etienne Cliche finished sixth as the final car on the lead lap. Martin Goulet, Jr., Simon Roussin, David Michaud and Jacques Poulin completed the top ten. Second place point man Jean-Franoiçois Déry was involved in an early caution and spent an extended period of time on pit road changing a radiator and making front end repairs, which ended his title hopes. He finished fourteenth, thirty laps down.
Laperle’s three career Série ACT Castrol Championships is now the most all-time and today’s win puts him just one behind all-time Série ACT Castrol wins leader Donald Theetge with 17. The 300 lap event was completed in just under three hours with 19 cautions. Just fifteen of the twenty-six cars were on the track for the checkered flag.

Serie ACT Castrol

Série ACT Castrol Champion To Be Decided

Déry, Laperle Faceoff For the Title

When the checkered flag drops this Sunday, September 16 at Autodrome St-Eustache, a Champion of the Série ACT Castrol Series will be crowned.  The epic championship battle has morphed into a two-car war between defending Champion Patrick Laperle and top talent Jean-Francois Déry who will put everything on the line in hopes of a title this weekend.

Déry started the year off in style with a pair of third place finishes in the first two events, but a stray rock at Riverside Speedway left him with a 24th place finish, and dropped him from the point lead down to sixth.  Laperle suffered transmission problems in the second event of the year, leaving both teams behind the eight ball in the early going.

Final 6 Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

Final 6 Invited to Bond Auto ACT Invitational

As invitations rolled out for the 4th Annual Bond Auto ACT Invitational this week, Late Model teams watched as their competitors and friends were called to the big stage.  With the big race just over a week away, the final 6 competitors to fill out the 43-car starting grid have been announced. 

White Mountain Motorsports Park superstar Quinny Welch has received his invitation to the event, after just missing the podium in 2011 with a fourth place finish.  Welch, a former champion of White Mountain Motorsports Park, is confident in his chances.

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