After Two Years, the American-Canadian Tour is Ready to Return to Quebec

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.

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First Monadnock Event in 19 Years Could Provide Early-Season Shakeup

Barre, VT — For the first time in nearly two decades, the ACT Late Model Tour will return to the tight turning highbanks of Winchester, New Hampshire’s Monadnock Speedway. The Monadnock 150 serves as the third race on the 2022 ACT schedule and provides a new challenge to the top runners in pursuit of the Northeast’s biggest prize; the American-Canadian Tour championship.

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Canadians Ready to Return Stateside for the First Time in Two Years

Barre, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) was founded in 1986 on the continuation of a well-oiled machine that pitted New England and Quebec-based drivers against each other at speedways on both sides of the US/Canada border. It was this comradery between international teams, drivers and fans that has fueled the American-Canadian Tour for over 35 seasons until COVID-19 stepped onto the scene.

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Circuit Of The Americas To Host Formula 1 Race For Five More Years

AUSTIN, TX (February 18, 2022) – Circuit of The Americas is thrilled to announce a five-year extension with Formula 1®. As the highest-grossing weekend in Austin, the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix brings energy and undeniable buzz to the city that’s impossible to match.

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Jalopnik Investigates: Why Honda Clocks Are Stuck 20 Years In The Past

If you scroll through a Honda or Acura forum right now, chances are you’re going to run into a bunch of confused owners. When they hopped into their cars on January 1 they found the clocks on their navigation systems frozen at a certain time. And the calendar date? 2002, or 20 years ago.

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Ernie Saxton Retires From NASCAR Sanctioned Grandview Speedway After 55 Years

BECHTELSVILLE, PA OCTOBER 14, 2021 . . . Eight years ago, I retired as the NASCAR sanctioned Grandview Speedway announcer after 45 years in the booth.  The plan had been to retire from everything.  At that time, Bruce and Theresa Rogers asked me to stick around as their PR person until they could find someone else to step into that position.  Now, After 55 years of public relations, marketing and announcing work at NASCAR sanctioned Grandview Speedway, at age 79, it seems it is time to retire.

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Soper Celebrates 3rd Riverhead Raceway Modified Title In Four Years With A Win

Kyle Soper of Manorville celebrated his third Buzz Chew Chevrolet NASCAR Modified title in the past four seasons at Riverhead Raceway the only way he knows how, with a victory in the regular season finale. Soper, 25 came to the 50-lap event not only having secured the Riverhead title but also on Friday he was announced as the New York State champion in Division 1 of the Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series.

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Wiscasset Speedway Celebrates 52 Years As Maine’s Fastest Track

From the day local businessman Wilford Cronk opened the gates to his new race track on July 27, 1969, and ever since, Wiscasset Speedway has carried the title as “Maine’s Fastest Track”. Fast forward to this past Saturday night where the current ownership celebrated the track’s 52nd birthday with an evening of racing action, past champions, Hall of Fame drivers, and fireworks.

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