2018 American-Canadian Tour Season: By the Numbers

2018 American-Canadian Tour Season: By the Numbers

Do you like numbers? We’ve got some numbers for you! The 2018 American-Canadian Tour season crammed a lot into a short amount of time, and we’ve got the numbers to back it up. What first-time winner milestones were reached? How did this year’s rookies stack up to past years? Just how good has Scott Payea been for the last two seasons? We have the answers to those any many other questions. Check out the numbers behind the year that was and come back often for more off-season content!

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Vermont Milk Bowl MAVTV Broadcast Set for November 7

Vermont Milk Bowl MAVTV Broadcast Set for November 7

Next month, the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank will make its national television debut. Thunder Road Speedbowl, American-Canadian Tour (ACT), Speed51.com, and MAVTV Motorsports Network officials announced today that the event will have its world broadcast premiere Wednesday, November 7 at 7:00pm as part of the network’s “Speed51’s Short Track America” series.

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Wall Inherits Surprise Thompson Victory as Payea Secures Title

Wall Inherits Surprise Thompson Victory as Payea Secures Title

Millbury, MA’s William Wall emerged as the surprise winner when the dust settled after a wild finish to the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) World Series 75 at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway on Saturday, October 13. The former Thompson Late Model Champion scored one for the locals by inheriting his first career ACT Late Model Tour victory while Colchester, VT’s Scott Payea secured his second straight ACT title with a 7th-place finish.

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ACT Title Comes Down to World Series at Thompson

ACT Title Comes Down to World Series at Thompson

The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) is ready to crown its 2018 champion. The title will be decided this Saturday, October 13 at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway as part of the 56th Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing. With a full slate of Thompson Late Model standouts and regional stars expected to take on the ACT Late Model Tour’s best in the World Series 75, the season finale could get dicey for the top contenders.

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Corliss Steals Second Straight Milk Bowl Win in Final Corner

Corliss Steals Second Straight Milk Bowl Win in Final Corner

Jason Corliss made out like a bandit at Barre’s Thunder Road Speedbowl on Sunday, September 30 to win the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank. The hometown racer dove underneath Hinesburg’s Bobby Therrien entering the final corner of the final lap, edging him out at the line to steal the victory in the “Toughest Short Track Race in North America”.

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Home Track Advantage is “Sweet” in Milk Bowl Friday Thriller

Hometown racer Nick Sweet came out on top of a late-race battle with St-Denis, QC’s Patrick Laperle to take the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) 150 at the inaugural Northfield Savings Bank Milk Bowl Friday on September 28. The two former Milk Bowl winners went door-to-door for nearly 20 breathtaking laps to kick off the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl Weekend. But it was Sweet who prevailed to take his first Super Late Model win at his home track.

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Big Names Lining up for Chance at Milk Bowl Immortality

Big Names Lining up for Chance at Milk Bowl Immortality

The biggest stars of local, regional, and national Late Model racing will be in Barre, VT this Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30 for the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank. A growing list of racers are ready to join the exclusive list of those who have triumphed in Vermont’s most prestigious racing event.

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Locals Look to Hold off Invaders Again at Milk Bowl

Locals Look to Hold off Invaders Again at Milk Bowl

Late Model racers from throughout the U.S. and Canada are gearing up for the 56th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank this Sunday, September 30. Many of the top names in American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Model racing will be on hand at Barre’s Thunder Road, but they will have to beat a slew of local standouts if they want to lay claim to the “Toughest Short Track Race in North America”.

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