Barre, VT, Vallee-Jct., QC & Montmagny, QC — In an exciting partnership with Quebec race tracks Autodrome Chaudière and Autodrome Montmagny, American-Canadian Tour Officials are proud to announce the return of the Quebec-based Serie ACT in 2023. The fan-favorite Serie ACT Quebec is poised for a triumphant 10-race return to La Belle Province in 2023 with the help of the best short trackers and officials from North of the Border!
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.
Montmagny, QC — For the first time since 1999, the American-Canadian Tour returned to Autodrome Montmagny and 23-years later once again brought a field of thirty cars to the Quebec three-eighths mile. Once an annual stop on the former Serie-ACT Quebec series, Autodrome Montmagny is a huge supporter of the ACT Late Model program and has also played host to the Pro All Stars Series and Quebec Sportsman Series as a racing hub in Quebec.
Barre, VT — For the first time since 1999, the American-Canadian Tour returns to Autodrome Montmagny and the Vermont-based Tour is going back in a big way. The CAN-AM 200 features a $54,986 USD purse with a $10,000 check going to the winner as the Quebec racers defend their home turf from American invaders just miles off the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Vallee-Jonction, QC — For the first time in two years the American-Canadian Tour returned to the Canadian Province of Quebec and for the first time in that same stretch, a Canadian stood victorious. Following a three-peat of mechanical woes and devastating wrecks, Blainville Quebec’s Jonathan Bouvrette battled hard with defending Autodrome Chaudiere and Quebec NASCAR Champion Dany Trepanier to take the Claude Leclerc 150 presented by Larue win and the $5,000 payday.
Barre, VT — With the American-Canadian Tour returning to the Province of Quebec for the first time in two years following the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadians that have kept the racing flame alive North of the Border are ready to take on all challengers. Along with the four full time Quebec teams that are already taking on the full American-Canadian Tour schedule in 2022, weekly racers from Autodrome Chaudiere and across Quebec will have their chance to grab the brass ring and add their names to the record books.
Barre, VT — Ever since its inception in 1986, the American-Canadian Tour has built and maintained a concrete connection with stock car racers and fans on both sides of the United States and Canadian border. Never did anyone believe something could ever break that bond but in walked COVID-19 in March, 2020.
Barre, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Autodrome Montmagny have finalized a $54,986 USD purse and pay-out structure for the CAN-AM 200 on Saturday, August 20. The purse includes pay-out, contingencies and point fund contributions and will be paid in US currency. As stated previously, the grand return of ACT to the Montmagny circuit will pay $10,000 to the winner with a guaranteed $700 to start in the 200-lap extravaganza.
Barre, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) has added a 13th event to the 31st Season of ACT Late Model Championship Stock Car Racing. For the first time in over two decades, the ACT Late Model Tour will contest a points-counting event at Autodrome Montmagny, nearly 40 miles Northeast of Quebec City, Canada.