Barre, VT — Longtime Short Track Racing supporter Brookside Equipment Sales, out of Phillipston, Massachusetts, has signed a two-year deal to become the title sponsor for the American-Canadian Tour Southern New England Triple Crown. After a successful return to end the 2022 season, the 2023 edition features three iconic events at three unique venues with only one driver able to step out as the Brookside Equipment Sales Southern New England Triple Crown champion.
Barre, VT — American-Canadian Tour officials are pleased to announce the 2023 Schedule of Events for the Vermont-based touring series. Highlighted by a continued commitment to partner tracks in Quebec, renewed energy into longstanding iconic events across the Northeast and the return to Connecticut’s Stafford Speedway after a 38-year hiatus, the 2023 American-Canadian Tour schedule promises to be one of the most varied and exciting in recent memory.
Waterford, CT — The 2022 American-Canadian Tour was finalized Saturday at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl for the return of the Shoreline 150. Thirty-six teams attempted to qualify for twenty-six spots in the season-ending event with the Southern New England Triple Crown championship in the minds of several teams looking to ride out the year with a little extra change in their pockets.
New London Waterford Speedbowl Results From Past Weekend
Barre, VT — The time has come to round out the 2022 season for the American-Canadian Tour with a return to Connecticut’s New London-Waterford Speedbowl this Saturday, October 29th. The ACT Tour Shoreline 150 will join the championship events for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models and the New England Supermodified Series (NESS) plus the New England Pro-4 Modifieds and the Speedbowl’s 3rd annual Northeast Street Stock Championship!
WATERFORD — Colin Vanesse led green to checker to notch his first career win in the Bandolero Division. Miliania Shilosky, Trenton Starkweather, and Ryan Vanesse Jr. traded places throughout the 20 lap feature, each taking turns challenging. At the checkers Colin was followed across the line by brother Ryan, then Starkweather, Shilosky, and Allyha DeSomma rounded out the top five.
There was no shortage of action on day two of The Finale, that hosted three regional Midget Car races and three weekly Speedbowl divisions. Tight point battles and high car counts kept the on track fireworks at a premium.
WATERFORD – Stephen Kopcik jumped in the second SK Modified® for Ferguson Motorsports for the first time on September 3rd. In only his third start, he was able to park it in victory lane for the first time in the division. His one and only win at the shoreline oval came back in 2013 driving a Legend Car on Wild ‘n Wacky Wednesday.
Hello to my NEMA family, friends and fans, Congratulations to Mike Horn, Jake Trainor and all the Shane Hammond Memorial Race competitors. A shout out to the hard chargers, Chase Locke and Jim Chambers. I want to begin by saying thank you all who participated in the SHMR. I hope you understand how much it means to me to keep not just Shane Hammond’s name involved with NEMA but his attitude of being a true good sport who offered a helping hand to all. NEMA was like an extended family…
Barre, VT — Standing before the racers present at the American-Canadian Tour drivers meeting at Thompson Speedway last Saturday, ACT Managing Partner Cris Michaud announced a special Triple Crown for the remaining events on the 2022 ACT Tour schedule.