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PEPSI HOLIDAY FIREWORKS NIGHT AT T-ROAD POSTPONED

PEPSI HOLIDAY FIREWORKS NIGHT AT T-ROAD POSTPONED

 

The Pepsi Holiday stock car racing program set for Thursday, July 2 at Barre’s Thunder Road International Speedbowl is postponed due to rain. The fireworks planned for tonight will be moved to the last Thursday Night of the 50th Anniversary Season, August 27. The next event at Thunder Road will be the 50th Anniversary Celebration with WDEV’s $5,000 worth of fireworks in 50 seconds this Sunday, July 5.

 

The “Nation’s Site of Excitement” will continue to celebrate the 50th Anniversary Season with a special event this Sunday, July 5. The four-division card will be capped off with $5,000 worth of fireworks in 50 seconds sponsored by WDEV. The gates will open at 4:00pm with ticket prices set at $9.50 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6 to 12 and $20 for a family of any two adults and two kids. Post time Sunday will be at 6:00pm.

 

In the Late Model division, Dave Pembroke of Montpelier, VT holds a one point lead over Trampas Demers, while the top ten are separated by a mere 32 points. Bradford’s Derrick O’Donnell currently leads last week’s winner James Hebert by 14 points in the NAPA Tiger Sportsman division. 2008 Allen Lumber Street Stock Champion Jason Corliss of Danville, VT finds himself in a familiar place as he is the Street Stock point leader once again, while Montpelier’s Donnie Yates continues his domination of the Power Shift Junkyard Warrior and still remains on top of the point standings.

ACT TOUR

John Donahue Dominates the White Mountain 150

John Donahue of Graniteville, VT dominated the White Mountain 150 American-Canadian stock car race at White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, NH. Donahue earned the pole starting position after receiving a plus 7 in the ACT Tour’s plus-minus handicap system. No one could keep up with the blistering pace he set as he led every lap of the event and lapped all but the top ten.

Brent Dragon earned the runner-up position followed by Nick Sweet, Eric Williams, and Ben Rowe rounding out the top five. Scott Payea came home sixth, Cris Michaud seventh, Tyler Cahoon eighth, Brad Leighton ninth and Pete Potvin was the last car on the lead lap and finished tenth.

CARQUEST Governor's Cup 150

Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. Wins CARQUEST Governor’s Cup 150

Young Joey “Pole” Polewarczyk, Jr. of Hudson, NH scores his first career win at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in the CARQUEST Governor’s Cup 150. Pole got by Jamie Fisher to take the lead shortly after a restart with just under 100 laps to go. Nick Sweet then worked his way to second and setup the battle of the race. Pole and Sweet ran side by side and worked their way through lap traffic before a lap 145 caution staged a shootout for the win. Pole proved to be too much for Sweet as he held onto the lead for the final 5 laps. Cris Michaud passed Sweet with two to go for second to come home with the best finish ever for a Ford crate motor in ACT Late Model competition. Sweet settled for third followed by Jamie Fisher and John Donahue finishing in the top five. Sixth through tenth was filled by Dave Pembroke, Trampas Demers, Phil Scott, Joey Laquerre and Eric Williams.

Pole is a regular of the American Canadian Tour, where he has three career wins. He has already qualified for the ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 19th by winning an ACT Tour race earlier this the season at Oxford Plains Speedway.


CARQUEST GOVERNOR'S CUP 150

CARQUEST Governor’s Cup 150 Schedule           

           

           

June 25 2009

Schedule of Events

           

Wednesday 6.24     

5:00pm-6:30pm        Optional Local Teams Pits Open - Park Haulers

           

Thursday 6.25         

2:00    Pits open

            Tires - Tech Draw

2:00    Non-VT RV PARKING ONLY with Loudon Tix

            RV must show Loudon tix - park farmhouse

2:45    Season Pass Front Gate Open

3:00    Front Gate Open

  PRACTICE 

3:00    NAPA Tiger/Sportsman

3:15    ACT LM

3:35    Allen Lumber SS; Power Shift Warrior

3:45    NAPA Tiger/Sportsman

4:00    ACT LM

4:30    Allen Lumber SS; Power Shift Warrior

4:45    NAPA Tiger/Sportsman

5:00    ACT LM

5:30    Close Track

5:35    Driver Meeting

5:50    Post Parade

6:00    LMS Heats

            SS/JYW FEATURE I

            Late Model Consi

            T/S FEATURE I

            LMS Last Chance

7:35                         Intermission

7:40    GRID CARQUEST GOVERNOR'S CUP 150

9:10    Victory Lane

9:25    T/S FEATURE II

            SS/JYW FEATURE II

10:15                    ----Close Track----

            Schedule subject to change

Series ACT Castrol

Brent Dragon Wins Series ACT Castrol Riverside 100

Milton, Vermont’s Brent Dragon dominates the Series ACT Castrol Riverside 100 stock car race at Riverside Speedway in St-Croix, QC. Dragon made the trek up north after finding out the Nutmeg State make-up scheduled at Waterford Speedbowl was cancelled. After taking the initial green in the 12th position, Dragon worked his way through the field to take the lead from Daniel Descoste on lap 23. Donald Theetge and Sylvain Lacombe both pressured Dragon late in the race but to no avail.

Patrick Hamel came from the ninth starting position to finish in the runner-up position followed by Martin Lacombe, Sylvain Lacombe and Eric St-Gelais rounding out the top five. Trampas Demers finished sixth and was chased to the line by Jean-François Déry, Patrick Laperle, Donald Theetge and Pier-Luc Ouellette rounding out the top ten.


ACT Tour Points Distribution

Regular Events                                                                                                 

   

                                                   

                                                        

Heats                                    "B" Feature                   Feature               

Pos         Points                   Pos         Points                   Pos         Points

1              5                              1              30                           1              75

2              4                              2              28                           2              68

3              3                              3              26                           3              66

4              2                              4              24                           4              64

5              1                              5              24                           5              62

6              1                              6              24                           6              60

7              1                              7              24                           7              58

8              1                              8              24                           8              56

9              1                              9              24                           9              54

10           1                              10           24                           10           52

11           1                              11           24                           11           50

12           1                              12           24                           12           48

13           1                              13           24                           13           46

14           1                              14           24                           14           44

15           1                              15           24                           15           42

16           1                              16           24                           16           40

17           1                              17           24                           17           38

18           1                              18           24                           18           36

19           1                              19           24                           19           34

20           1                              20           24                           20           32

                                                21           24                           21           30

                                                22           24                           22           28

                                                23           24                           23           26

                                                24           24                           24           24

                                                25           24                           25           24

                                                26           24                           26           24

                                                27           24                           27           24

                                                28           24                           28           24

                                                29           24                           29           24

                                                30           24                           30           24

                                                                                                31           24

                                                                                                32           24

                                                                                                33           24

                                                                                                34           24

                                                                                                35           24

                                                                                                36           24

BONUS

5 points to each driver that leads a lap in Feature

5 points to driver(s) that leads most laps in Feature

10 points to each driver filing timely entry

10 points upon display of battle flags/crew uniforms

ALL DRIVERS RECEIVE

MINIMUM OF 24 TOW POINTS

PER EVENT

CONSIS DO NOT AWARD POINTS

"B" FEATURE POINTS ONLY

APPLIED TO NON-TRANSFER CARS

 


Thunder Road Pushed Back by Rain to Friday

The Harvest Equipment stock car racing program set for Thursday, June 18 at Barre’s Thunder Road International Speedbowl has been washed away by rain.  The four-division card has been rescheduled for Friday, June 19 at 6:30pm.  Gates will open at 5:00pm, regular admission rates will be in effect at $9.50 for adults, $3 for children (6-12), and just $20 for a family of any two adults and any two kids. NASCAR Legend Bobby Allison will still be making his scheduled appearance tomorrow night.

 

Harvest Equipment Night was scheduled to be the second Thursday night event of the 50th Anniversary Season. It is the fourth race of the year for the NAPA Tiger Sportsman, Allen Lumber Street Stocks and Powershift Junkyard Warriors. The ACT Late Models will run their second weekly event of the season at tomorrow’s Harvest Equipment event.

 

Dave Pembroke of Montpelier, VT leads the Late Model division after his win during the first Thursday Night event sponsored by Ferguson Waterworks. Barre’s Cody Blake is currently atop the NAPA Tiger Sportsman division by just nine points, while Rookie of the Year contender Tucker Williams of Hyde Park, VT leads the Allen Lumber Street Stocks and Waitsfield’s Kevin Streeter holds the Powershift Junkyard Warriors points lead.


GOVERNOR'S CUP

LAPERLE FIRST ENTRY FOR CARQUEST VERMONT GOVERNOR’S CUP

 

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) defending Champion Patrick Laperle from St Denis, Quebec has entered the CARQUEST Vermont Governor’s Cup 150 on June 25th at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT.  Laperle not only won his first ACT US title at the ¼ mile bullring in 2008, but he has a knack for winning the big shows at what many call the toughest quarter mile in America. Laperle is defending Champion of the 2008 Chittenden Milk Bowl, which he also won in 2006.

 

The challenge to race against one of NASCAR’s greatest drivers, Tony Stewart, who will also compete in one of the most exciting 150 lap events of the season on Thursday, June 25th was just what the JPN Laperle Racing team enjoys. “I can’t wait to race against Tony Stewart. My brother and I are huge fans of his and this is going to be one of my best racing memories. The idea that I can just race and not worry about ACT Série Castrol points or anything like that is what I love to do. I hope we come to the wire side-by-side for the win after 149 laps. It would be the thrill of a lifetime”, said Patrick Laperle.

SERIES ACT CASTROL

Sean Kennedy Wins Toromont CAT 100       

Ottawa, ON – Sean Kennedy of Dunrobin, ON won the Toromont CAT 100 at his hometrack, Capital City Speedway. Kennedy took the lead from another local Matt Moffiitt on lap 25 and never looked back. The Capital City Speedway regulars used their experience on the third-mile oval to their advantage and two of them finished in the top five.

2008 ACT Tour Champion Patrick Laperle won a late battle with Jonathan Urlin to capture the second place position. Urlin came home third, followed by Matt Moffitt, and Yvon Bedard rounded out the top five. Last week’s winner, Donald Theetge finished sixth, chased to the line by Daniel Descoste, Pier-Luc Ouellette, Brandon Watson, and Ken Baird finished in the top ten.

Unofficially, nine cars finished on the lead lap of the 100 lap event that was slowed by seven cautions. The last caution came on lap 44 as the final 56 laps were run without a yellow.

Kennedy becomes the ninth driver to qualify for the ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as there have been no repeat winners in the combined nine events on the Series ACT Castrol and the ACT Tour. Kennedy becomes the only qualifier so far from the Province of Ontario. He joins drivers from Vermont, New Hampshire and Quebec.

The Series ACT Castrol will be at Riverside Speedway in St-Croix, QC next Saturday, June 20. The ACT Tour will also be running next Saturday as they were rained out at Waterford Speedbowl this weekend and will be completing the final 72 laps of the event.

Unofficial Finish

1              14           Sean Kennedy

2              91           Patrick Laperle

3              4              John Urlin

4              44           Matt Moffitt

5              9PQ        Yvon Bédard

6              80           Donald Theetge

7              2              Daniel Descoste

8              8QC        Pier-Luc Ouellete

9              19           Brandon Watson

10           79           Michael Lavoie

11           12           Ken Baird

12           85           Trampas Demers

13           27           Alexandre Gingras

14           00           Steve Munro

15           21QC     Jean-François Déry

16           48QC     Karl Allard

17           11PQ     Claude Leclerc

18           31           Spencer MacPherson

19           7              Pete Vanderwyst

20           15QC     Kevin Roberge

21           5QC        Patrick Cliche

22           28QC     Dany Ouellet

23           30           Stéphane Durand

24           17ON     Justin Holtom

25           51PQ     Patrick Hamel

26           97PQ     Jacques Poulin

27           37           Stefany Malanka

28           92           Jonathan Desbiens

29           88           Tim Dorning

30           07           Tim Kirby

31           10QC     Stéphane Descoste

32           26QC     Valerie Chiasson

33           99           Derek White

 

 


FORD CONTINGENCY PROGRAM
Ford Racing Announces ACT Contingency Program
 
 
With its S347JR engine approved for competition on the American Canadian Tour (ACT) and its affiliate weekly series tracks, Ford Racing has announced a contingency program to support the Ford racers in these series. Racers in the US ACT Late Model Tour, Canadian Serie ACT Castrol Tour, as well as weekly Late Model series at ACT-approved affiliate tracks will be eligible for awards contingent on the use of the
M-6007-S347JR Sealed Racing engine. The payouts for the series are as follows:
 
ACT Late Model Tour and Serie ACT-Castrol Tour
        Race winner        $500
        Second              $250
        Third                 $100
 
ACT Affiliate Approved Late Model Weekly Program
        Race Winner        $250
        Second              $125
        Third                 $ 75
 
Racers are required to register for the contingency program at:
 
Click on "contingency" under Team Ford Racing. 

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