Serie ACT Castrol
Laperle Claims First ACT Serie Castrol Win of 2012 at Montmagny
Defending Serie ACT Castrol champion Patrick Laperle of St-Denis, QC stole the late victory in the Montmagny 200 at Autodrome Montmagny on Sunday, July 1. Laperle had a mirror full of Quebec City’s Jean-Francois Dery and ACT Serie Castrol point leader Donald Theetge when he crossed the finish line to take his first checkered flag of 2012. 
Pole-sitter Patrick Boyer snatched the lead early before losing it on lap four to a dominant Patrick Hamel. Hamel held onto the lead until opening day winner Karl Allard surged to the front from eleventh on lap 23. After a lap 48 caution, Theetge out-dueled Allard on the outside lane and grabbed the point. Theetge looked like the car to beat, dominating the next 79 circuits until a caution on lap 118 that brought nearly all the competitors to pit road.

Serie ACT Castrol Postponed
Série ACT Castrol Montmagny 200 Postponed
The Série ACT Castrol Montmagny 200 at Autdrome Montmagny (QC) scheduled for Saturday, June 30 has been postponed due to rain. The event has been rescheduled for Sunday, July 1 with a post time of 1:00pm.
The Montmagny 200 is the fourth event on the 2012 Série ACT Castrol. Point leader Donald Theetge of Boischatel, QC will attempt to earn his third straight Castrol win on Sunday after winning the last two events at Autodrome Chaudiere and Circuit Riverside Speedway.

Serie ACT Castrol Point Lead Changes Hands
Série ACT Castrol Point Lead Changes Hands
Theetge Capitalizes on Déry’s Troubles

With a fast car and a little luck, Boischatel, QC’s Donald Theetge has taken over the point lead on the Série ACT Castrol. With two championships already in hand, Theetge seeks a record third Série ACT Castrol title in 2012.


2012 was shaping up nicely for Quebec’s Jean Francois Déry, who led the points after two straight third place finishes to begin the season, but it all came to a screeching halt when a rock shot through his radiator in the third event of the year, relegating the point leader to a last place finish.

American Candian Tour
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. Scores Second ACT Win at White Mountain
Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of Dover, NH dominated the White Mountain 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday, June 23 for his second career American Canadian Tour win. Helliwell led all 150 laps after starting on the pole and won uncontested.
Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. won a hard fought battle for the runner-up position, beating Eric Chase who completed the podium. Austin Theriault and Brian Hoar completed the top five after swapping paint several time over the final laps. Ray Parent, Brent Dragon, Jimmy Hebert, Ricky Rolfe, and Randy Potter rounded out the top ten.
Helliwell crushed the field, lapping all but the top eleven cars. The 150 lap event was completed in one hour and five minutes with eight cautions. Twenty-two of the thirty-one cars that took the green flag were on the track for the checkers.

ACT- White Mountain Motorsports Park

ACT Point Battle Resumes

Eager Competitors Head to White Mountain Motorsports Park


The most competitive battle in the Northeast continues with the American Canadian Tour stock cars this coming Saturday, June 23 at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, NH. Dover, NH’s Wayne Helliwell, Jr. leads the field by a 2-point margin in search of his first ACT Championship at a track where he finished a stout third in 2011, but his title hopes are under attack from ACT’s biggest stars.


Hudson, NH’s Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., who rides second on the Tour, is focused on the point lead, but with only a nine point cushion over third place point man Brian Hoar he cannot afford even the slightest mistake. After a disappointing finish last time out, eight-time and defending ACT champion Hoar looks to bounce back at White Mountain Motorsports Park where he claimed victory in 2010. 

Serie ACT Castrol
Donald Theetge Wins Second Straight Série ACT Castrol Event
Donald Theetge of Boischatel, QC earned his second straight Série ACT Castrol win at Circuit Riverside Speedway in St-Croix, QC on Saturday, June 16. Theetge was the class of the field all day and worked his way from the 12th starting position for the win. He held off the likes of former Castrol Champions Patrick Laperle and Karl Allard over several caution periods during the 100 lap event. It was Theetge’s 18th career Série ACT Castrol win, which keeps him atop the all-time wins list.
Jonathan Bouvrette snatched the lead from the outside pole on the first lap, but held it only through lap 7. Laperle started in the seventh position and was running third by the completion of the first lap. He made his way to the point on lap 8 and began building a healthy lead before the first caution of the event came on lap 20. The first caution was a three minute and 30 second red flag period as the track safety workers repaired holes in the asphalt in turns one and two.

Vermont State Late Model Championship
Craig Bushey Claims VT State Championship Event #2 at Devil’s Bowl
Craig Bushey of Fairfax, VT dominated the early stages of the “I Am Vermont Strong 100” at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Friday, June 15. Bushey started in the 4th position and took the lead from outside pole sitter Brent Dragon on lap 10. Following the first caution with just ten laps complete, the event saw just one more caution over the next 83 circuits.
Bushey created a sizable lead as he worked his way through heavy lapped traffic and had all but the top five in the field lapped before the third caution of the event came on lap 93. Dragon had also worked his way through the lapped traffic and reached Bushey’s bumper just before the lap 93 caution. The two appeared to be setup for a final seven lap dash to the checkers.
Bushey got the jump on Dragon to take the lead again before another caution flew on lap 96, bringing eight-time and defending American Canadian Tour Champion Brian Hoar into the picture in third. Over the final four laps, Bushey had a mirror full of Dragon in the outside lane and Hoar on the inside rail. Bushey held the two off to take the win, while Hoar edge Dragon at the line for second. 

Dery Clings to Slim ACT Castrol Lead
Dery Clings to Slim ACT Castrol Lead
Two Points Separate Leaders
After two stops on the Serié ACT Castrol tour, competition remains as tight as ever amongst Canadian race teams. Quebec’s Jean–François Déry retains the point lead, but it has now been reduced to a trim two points after Boischatel, QC’s Donald Theetge delivered on a big win. 


Déry has come out of the gate on fire in 2012 dominating the opening event before settling for third and backing it up with another third place finish at Autodrome Chaudiere. Déry is searching for his first ACT Série Castrol Championship, but two-time Champion Donald Theetge has put the heat on following a victory at Autodrome Chaudiere which vaulted him from mid pack to just two points out of the lead in second. 

Serie ACT Castrol
Donald Theetge Scores Série ACT Castrol Win at Chaudiere
Donald Theetge of Boischatel, QC scored a win in the Série ACT Castrol 150 lap event at Autodrome Chaudiere on Saturday, June 9. Theetge led the final six laps of the event after dominant leader Patrick Laperle suffered heartbreak when he broke a driveshaft joint on lap 144. Dany Trepanier followed Theetge to the line for second followed by Jean-François Déry.

Theetge and Laperle worked their way through the 26 car field from the twelfth and eleventh starting positions respectively. Theetge got around early leader Patrick Hamel on lap 37 and began making his way through heavy lap traffic over a long green flag run. Laperle took the lead in the outside lane following a lap 70 restart and appeared to have the car to beat as he dominated for the next 70 laps. He appeared to have the race in hand as he built a lead working his way through lap traffic, but he unexpectedly slowed coming down the front stretch on lap 144 and coasted to a stop at the top of turn 2 after his driveshaft failure.

VT State Championship Event At Devil's Bowl Postponed

Vermont State Championship At Devil's Bowl Postponed

The second round of the Vermont State Late Model Championship series at Devil's Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT scheduled for Friday, June 8th has been postponed due to rain.  The 100 lap feature event will be rescheduled for next Friday, June 15th with a 7:00pm post time. 

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