Barre, VT — The Maine-based Pro All Stars Series (PASS) returns to Barre, Vermont’s Thunder Road for their tenth turn ‘round the historic high banks this Friday, September 30th. The four division Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Milk Bowl Friday features the return of the PASS Super Late Models, the New England Supermodified Series (NESS), the Kennebec Equipment PASS Modifieds and the White Mountain Motorsports Park Ammonoosuc Asphalt Mini Late Models will also make the trip to Central Vermont for their own $1,000 to win, 50 lap main event!
Barre, VT — The final Thursday night of the 2022 Thunder Road season was certainly one to remember as the championship point battles begin to come down just inches of fiberglass and seconds on the clock. Jet Service Envelope/Accura Printing Night brought the Burnett Scrap Metals Road Warriors their second first-time winner in two weeks, a rookie that led a flag-to-flag rk Miles Street Stock sprint and two stories of determination and time spent in the shop to get their respective mounts back on top at Thunder Road.
Barre, VT — This Saturday, August 27th the American-Canadian Tour is ready to roll back down Route 26 in Oxford, Maine to Oxford Plains Speedway for one of the biggest weekends of the season. The ACT Tour headlines a packed Saturday ‘Night Before the 250’ program alongside the New England Supermodified Series, Modified Racing Series and more!
Barre, VT and Naples, ME — Officials, teams and race fans across Southern New England have double the excitement on tap this week with the Thompson Speedway doubleheader planned for Tuesday, August 16th and Wednesday, August 17th. Twisted Tea Tuesday starts the midweek doubleheader off with a bang as an exciting prelude to the Wednesday return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
Barre, VT — On yet another Thursday night in Central Vermont, rain played her part at Thunder Road International Speedbowl. Delayed by thirty minutes, the Nolato Night activities took off at 7:30pm with four divisions of action and over 90 cars in attendance wrapping the night up at seven-seconds past 10:00pm. In the end, another week of first time winners in 2022 stood in victory lane while many others put some extra padding in their track championship standings.
Barre, VT — The first Thunder Road champion of the season will be crowned this Thursday night as part of a jam-packed Cody Chevrolet-Cadillac night on August 4th. It’s the final round of the Myers Container Service Flying Tiger Triple Crown and the 2022 edition is going out in style with the Cody Chevrolet-Cadillac 100, the longest race of the season for the Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers! All Thunder Road divisions will be on the track, and on the front stretch for the rescheduled Times Argus Autograph Session!
Barre, VT — After two long, COVID-19 pandemic-delayed years, Canadian racers and fans can finally return to New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park for the Milton CAT Midsummer Classic 250. Beginning as a big-money celebration of White Mountain Motorsports Park’s 25th anniversary season back in 2018, the Milton CAT Midsummer Classic 250 has yet to have a repeat winner in the past four seasons.
Barre, VT — With 117 cars on hand for the 63rd Season Opener at Thunder Road International Speedbowl, 17 qualifying races were needed before the four feature races took the green creating some of the best stock car racing in the United States at the ‘Nation’s Site of Excitement.’ When all the dust settled Sunday afternoon, a first time winner stood amongst hardened veterans and the ‘King of Barre’ remained on his throne.
Barre, VT — We all sat in awe as Barre’s own Nick Sweet took down a blistering 12.107-second time during Booth Bros/HP Hood Time Trials as part of the 59th annual Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank. Now, in 2022, fans both trackside and around the world on FloRacing will be given a new definition of speed on the iconic Thunder Road high-banks.
Barre, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) announced today that it has completed the move of its main offices to Barre, VT. It is the first time that ACT has moved to a new headquarters since the organization’s founding in 1986.