Corliss Cashes in for a Three-Peat in Vermont Lottery Governor’s Cup 150

Barre, VT — Even after taking a restful partial season in 2022, three-time ‘King of the Road’ Jason Corliss returned to his roots at Barre’s Thunder Road and once again stood victorious before the large crowd on hand for the 43 Vermont Governor’s Cup presented by the Vermont Lottery. Waterbury Center’s Tanner Woodard and Williamstown’s Josh Lovely also made the thrilling trip to Thunder Road victory lane.

Corliss Nearing Challenge Cup Title as Weekly Seasons Wind Down

Waterbury, VT — The final scenes are being staged in the inaugural American-Canadian Tour (ACT) New England Late Model Challenge Cup. Although the championship picture has cleared up, plenty can still be decided in the race for more than $17,000 in point fund money plus contingency prizes from Port City Racecars, ARBodies, and Five Star Race Car Bodies.

Corliss Chasing Vermont Milk Bowl Immortality at 59th Edition

Barre, VT — One of the most accomplished drivers in Thunder Road’s modern era will try to add another notch to his belt at the 59th Northfield Savings Bank Vermont Milk Bowl on Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3. Barre’s Jason Corliss is one of the early favorites as he pursues a record-tying fourth victory at the “Toughest Short Track Race in North America”, which can be seen live on FloRacing.

Corliss Secures Championship Three-Peat on Efficiency VT Night

Barre, VT — Barre’s Jason Corliss officially became a three-time “King of the Road” at Efficiency Vermont Championship Night on Friday, September 17. Corliss finished 10th in the 62-lap weekly racing season finale to secure his third straight Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model title despite Graniteville’s Christopher Pelkey dominating the event for his third win of the season.

Corliss Starting to Pull Away in ACT Challenge Cup

Waterbury, VT — After going back and forth for much of the summer, the ACT New England Late Model Challenge Cup (NELMCC) now has a clear frontrunner. Barre, VT’s Jason Corliss has asserted himself as the leader for the $5,000 top prize, putting some distance between himself and the pack over the past two weeks.

Corliss Set Mark with Fifth Late Model Win of Season on Jet Service Night

Barre, VT — Barre’s Jason Corliss made Thunder Road history by capturing his fifth Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model win of the season at Jet Service Envelope/Accura Printing Night on Thursday, August 26. Corliss snatched the lead from Orange’s Chip Grenier with 14 laps to, then outlasted a charge by Montpelier’s Kyle Pembroke down the homestretch in front of one of the season’s largest crowds.

Corliss Nips Shaw with Hood Up to Cap Unforgettable Midsummer Classic 250

N. Woodstock, NH — Barre, VT’s Jason Corliss got the upper hand for one of the most memorable finishes in recent American-Canadian Tour (ACT) history at the Midsummer Classic 250 on Saturday, July 31. Driving the final four laps with almost no frontal vision after the hood flew up on his #66VT Burnett Motorsports Ford, Corliss still beat Center Conway, NH’s D.J. Shaw and New Salem, MA’s Tom Carey III off the final corner to win the $10,000 top prize by just 0.065 seconds at North Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports…

Corliss Goes Back-to-Back at Vermont Governor’s Cup

Barre, VT — Hometown racer Jason Corliss left NASCAR’s Ryan Preece and everyone else behind on the way to his second straight Essex Equipment Vermont Governor’s Cup victory at Barre’s Thunder Road on Thursday, July 15. Corliss took the lead from three-time track champion Derrick O’Donnell on lap 41 of the 150-lap event and dusted the 27-car field en route to a statement win.