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2006 LATE MODEL
"KING OF THE ROAD"
CHAD WHEELER

 
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2005 MILK BOWL MEMORIES Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
Friday, September 15 2006 @ 09:35 AM EDT
Contributed by: ACT Staff
























PHOTOS:
The Norwich University Color Guard & Drill Team along with The Catamount Piper have become a welcomed Tradition to the Milk Bowl.

Governor Douglas adds a special touch to the days activities!

 

ACT LATE MODEL PROFILE. MEET: DAVID PEMBROKE Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
Tuesday, September 12 2006 @ 11:37 AM EDT
Contributed by: ACT Staff

ACT Late Model competitor David Pembroke grew up, like most Central Vermont residents, at Barre’s Thunder Road. His story is unique in that he would sit in the grandstands dreaming of becoming a Milk Bowl winner and in 2002, that dream became reality.

Pembroke began racing four wheelers in 1993 with his cousin Eric and in ‘95 the pair purchased a NAPA Tiger Sportsman car and shared the driving duties at Thunder Road. By the end of the season another car was purchased so both drivers could compete full time. David won the NAPA Tiger Sportsman title in ‘99 and made the decision to move to the Late Model class. He claimed the Thunder Road Late Model Rookie of the Year honors proving that he was up to the challenges the division would provide.

“The ACT spec engine was crucial in my decision to move up. I couldn’t afford what a lot of teams were spending on engines at the time but the new motor really fit my budget.” Pembroke finished, “We were only one of three teams to run the motor in 2000 so we were essentially the guinea pigs. It worked out well because now all ACT teams have the package and a lot of tracks in the country are adopting this affordable option for racers making Late Model racing even more competitive.”

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LOOKING BACK AT THE 2005 MILK BOWL Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 10 2006 @ 10:30 AM EDT
Contributed by: ACT Staff

THE ORIGINAL STARS OF THE MILK BOWL THUNDER ROAD'S ORIGINAL FLATHEAD COUPES WHERE DO FANS FIND HATS LIKE THESE?
THE STARTING GRID THE FIRST WINNER OF THE MILK BOWL - HAROLD HANAFORD WITH THE 2004 WINNER CRIS MICHAUD

 

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