49th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl Postponed
The 49th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road International Speedbowl scheduled for Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2 has been postponed due to rain. Due to more rain in the forecast for tomorrow, the event has been rescheduled for a one day event next Sunday, October 9.
The event was originally scheduled with Booth Bros./H.P. Hood qualifying on Saturday, October 1 and the 49th running of the Milk Bowl on Sunday, October 2. The schedule has been revised to include both qualifying and the Milk Bowl on Sunday, October 9.

People's United Bank Milk Bowl
ACT Teams Ride High Into Milk Bowl
American Canadian Tour Late Model teams are riding high as they prepare for the 49th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road International Speedbowl on Sunday, October 2. The buzz still lingers following the third annual ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, which is considered by many as the best event of the tripleheader this past Saturday, September 24.
No one created more buzz than the 2010 “King of the Road” Nick Sweet of Barre, VT. Sweet ran down eventual Invitational winner Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, MA for a thrilling 15 lap side-by-side battle. Sweet will carry his momentum into the Milk Bowl, looking for his third big Thunder Road win of the season. The Barre native has already won the season opening Merchants Bank 150 and the Bond Auto Labor Day Classic 200.
Other contenders include eight-time ACT Tour Champion Brian Hoar of Williston, VT who will attempt to earn his third career Milk Bowl win as he comes off a sixth place finish in the Invitational. The 2010 Milk Bowl Champion Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. of Hudson, NH, followed Hoar to the line for seventh at NHMS and will be looking for his first ACT win since the Goodyear Speedweeks Cup in New Smyrna Beach, FL this past February.

ACT Invitational
Eddie MacDonald Wins Thrilling ACT Invitational at NHMS
Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts claimed his second American Canadian Tour Invitational after a thrilling battle with Barre, Vermont’s Nick Sweet at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH on Saturday, September 24. MacDonald and Sweet swapped the lead four times over the final 15 laps of the 50 mile event on the “Magic Mile.” The race wasn’t decided until the final corner, when MacDonald edge Sweet coming off turn four to take the checker and the $4,000 pay day.
MacDonald seemed to have a slightly better car on the restarts, but Sweet came back strong after a couple of laps. MacDonald came from the 25th starting position to take the lead on lap 32. Sweet came from the 27th starting spot and cleared traffic on lap 35. The 2010 Thunder Road Champion set his sights on MacDonald with just 15 laps to go. It took him just five laps to run down the Inaugural ACT Invitational Champion and take the lead on lap 40, before the second caution of the event on lap 41.
MacDonald took the lead back after the caution, but held on for just two laps before Sweet took over again. Sweet would lead until the final caution on lap 45. One lap after the restart MacDonald took over for good, but not without a fight from Sweet. The two took the white flag side-by-side as the crowd rose to their feet. Sweet had the inside line and seemed to have the advantage down the back stretch. The two stayed door-to-door through turns three and four, but Sweet got loose coming out of four giving MacDonald the edge.

ACT Invitational Starting Lineup
Lt. Governor Phil Scott Draws Pole in Third Annual ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Vermont Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott of Middlesex, VT drew the pole for the third annual ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. Scott and his Vermont Strong Chevrolet will roll off with White Mountain Motorsports Park Champion Quinny Welch of Lancaster, NH on the outside pole, when the 50 mile event goes green at 5:35pm on Saturday, September 24.
The 43 car field was set by a blind draw for their starting positions. Eight-time ACT Tour Champion Brian Hoar of Williston, VT won the ACT All-Star Challenge at NHMS in August and will have to come from the 26th starting position to complete the NHMS season sweep. He will start behind Inaugural ACT Invitational Champion Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, MA in 25th and teenager Austin Theriault from Fort Kent, ME in 24th. Theriault finished second in the All-Star Challenge earlier this season.
Former Thunder Road Late Model Champion Nick Sweet of Barre, VT will start 27th. Série ACT Castrol Champions Karl Allard and Patrick Laperle will start 28th and 33rd respectively. Past NHMS track champion Brad Leighton of Center Harbor, NH will roll off 31st. Last year’s ACT Invitational Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. of Hudson, NH will take the green from the 32nd starting position.

Third Annual ACT Invitational
ACT Invitational Field of Champions
Nearly half of the 43 drivers in the third annual ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 24 has a Late Model Championship to their name. Twenty competitors ready to tackle the “Magic Mile” this Saturday have scored a Late Model championship in a series or track in the Northeast or Eastern Canada.
Seven of those drivers have claimed a title in the 2011 season including eight-time ACT Tour Champion Brian Hoar and two-time Série ACT Castrol Champion Patrick Laperle. Both drivers have clinched their respective titles with on event remaining, the Rent-A-Wreck Fall Foliage 200 at Airborne Speedway on Saturday, October 8.
Other 2011 champions include Guy Caron (Twin State Speedway), Aaron Fellows (Canaan Fair Speedway), Jeff White (Oxford Plains Speedway), Dan McHattie (Kawartha Speedway) and Quinny Welch (White Mountain Motorsports Park).

Serie ACT Castrol
Laperle Holds off Allard for St-Eustache 300 Win
Patrick Laperle of St-Denis, QC held off a hard charging Karl Allard over the final 10 laps of the Série ACT Castrol St-Eustache 300 at Autodrome St-Eustache on Sunday, September 18. Laperle led for the majority of the event and unofficially locks up the 2011 Série ACT Castrol title.
Laperle started in the eleventh position and worked his way to the front with the help of seven cautions by lap 79. He would lead the next 98 circuits before pitting out of the lead for tires and fuel on lap 176. With fresh tires it took him just 35 laps to work his way back to the point.
Allard started in the third position and led early while battling with Sylvain Lacombe. He relinquished the lead on lap 211 to Laperle on fresher tires. Allard chose to hold off and pit for his fresh tires on the lap 240 caution. After working his way back towards the front, Allard took the final restart on lap 281 as the fourth car on the track but in the second position.

Bond/WIX Tiger Tour
Derrick O’Donnell Pads Point Lead with Johnny Clark Memorial Win at Riverside
Bradford, VT’s Derrick O’Donnell strengthened his ACT Bond/WIX Tiger Tour point lead with a win in the Johnny Clark Memorial 101 at Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH on Saturday, September 17. O’Donnell came from the eighth starting position and took the lead after Joe Steffen suffered a flat tire on the final restart of the event.
Steffen lead early before giving up the lead to Bobby Therrien on the first restart of the event. Therrien would lead the next seven laps before pitting during the second caution of the day handing the lead back to Steffen. Steffen held the lead until a flat tire while coming to the green during the final restart.
O’Donnell outran runner-up finisher Tony Rossi over the final thirty-seven lap green flag run. Brendan Moodie, Eric Badore and Therrien came to the checkers three-wide in a battle for third. Moodie edged a sideways Badore by a bumper cover at the line while Therrien settled for fifth. Joey Roberts, defending Tiger Tour champion Jason Bonnett, Tucker Williams, rookie Dylan Payea and Steffen completed the top ten.

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) has finalized the invitations for the forty-three (43) teams who will compete in the 3rd annual ACT Invitational at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) to be held Saturday, September 24, 2011.
The Invitational is part of a spectacular Saturday race program. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will join the ACT Late Model teams in the biggest triple header event of the year.  
The 2011 edition of the eighty thousand dollar ($80,000) 50-mile Invitational will feature the strongest field of ACT competitors from throughout New England, New York, Ontario and Quebec that have appeared at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway during the three year ACT partnership beginning in 2009.

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) announced today penalties imposed on the Alex Labbe ACT Castrol team for violations incurred at the CAN-AM 200 held at the Riverside Speedway in Ste. Croix, QC on September 11, 2011. Labbe was disqualified from his win when the team refused to allow their engine to be impounded after a protest was filed by another race team, which is in keeping with ACT rules and procedures.
The following outlines the specific penalties:
        1. Forfeit of the championship points and $5,000 first place purse money from the event.
        2. Loss of all points for the season standings in the ACT Castrol Series.
        3. Suspension from ACT racing for the remainder of the 2011 season.
          [The team had been scheduled to race this weekend (September18, 2011) at the Autodrome Ste. Eustache, Laval, QC in their annual 300 lap event; at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 24, 2011 in the $80,000 ACT Invitational; and the Fall Foliage 200 at Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY on October 8, 2011.]
        4. A fine of $3,000, payable in full to the RPQ point fund prior to consideration for reinstatement in ACT racing.

ACT Tour
Brian Hoar Secures 8th ACT Title with $10,000+ Quebec Weekend Sweep
ACT Awards $80,000+ in Doubleheader Weekend
Williston, Vermont’s Brian Hoar secured his 8th career American-Canadian Tour Championship following a sweep of the doubleheader weekend in Quebec. Hoar earned over $10,000 for his Rick Paya Motorsports team with wins in the “Showdown at Chaudiere” at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jct., QC and the Riverside Can-Am 200 at Riverside Speedway in Ste-Croix, QC.
Hoar started the weekend by piloting his Goss Dodge Charger to a dominating performance on Saturday, September 10 in the fourth annual “Showdown at Chaudiere.” He led the U.S. team to the overall victory and pocketed $5,500 after the $500 bonus.
His RPM team then headed to Circuit Riverside Speedway for the previously postponed Can-Am 200. Hoar used a last lap pass to earn an apparent second place finish, but then inherited his second win of the weekend following a post race disqualification and picked up the $5,000 check.

for I wish for apt learn pile up regarding always recipes of cooking. isabel marant sneakers Hello to always I am too really eager of learning Personal family pages programming, Woolrich Outlet I am really acute of seeing humorous movies by youtube, Cheap Supra Shoes are you really visiting this network site daily if so afterward you ambition definitely acquire fine knowledge. babyliss pro perfect curl Thanks amid favor of sharing such a pleasant thinking, it consists of actually thus humorous not only video clips yet too additional material. supra shoes although.NET provides the ability of shuffle and drop elements, Hollister outlet Wow, chanel espadrilles sales-priced Isabel Marant SneakersOn every weekend,