Laquerre Returning To Racing Roots With Tiger Tour
Monday, February 14 2005 @ 04:15 PM EST Contributed by: ACT Staff
East Montpelier, VT – Two weeks after receiving the 36th annual Don MacTavish Award for outstanding lifelong contribution to the sport of stock car racing, 61 year-old American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl Late Model veteran Joey Laquerre (left) has announced that he will make a bid for the Tiger Tour championship in 2005. Laquerre will also continue his efforts on the ACT Late Model Tour and in weekly Late Model competition at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road.
Kinney Drugs To Present July 7 Race Card At Thunder Road
Monday, February 14 2005 @ 04:14 PM EST Contributed by: ACT Staff
Barre, VT – Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl officials are pleased to announce that employee-owned company Kinney Drugs will present “Kinney Drugs Night” for the weekly ACT Late Model, NAPA Tiger Sportsman, Allen Lumber Street Stock, and PowerShift Junkyard Warrior divisions on Thursday, July 7. Kinney Drugs serves the local community with 70 stores throughout New York and Vermont, and celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2003.
Monday, February 14 2005 @ 04:11 PM EST Contributed by: ACT Staff
Middlesex, VT – ACT Late Model driver Dave Pembroke has announced an association with long-time American-Canadian Tour car owner David Storey to pilot the Second Storey Homes, Inc. machine on the ACT Late Model Tour in 2005. Pembroke previously ran the full Tour schedule in 2003, and finished 5th in points that season.
Pembroke earned the third ACT Late Model Tour win of his career in July 2004 behind the wheel of his own car at Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH, and later went on to take championship runner-up honors in weekly Late Model competition at Barre VT’s Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl. He won the Tour’s prestigious New England Dodge Dealers Milk Bowl at Thunder Road in 2002, a year after his first win at Canaan Fair (NH) Speedway in 2001.