Payea, Sweet Lead ACT U.S. Stars to Chaudiere for Bacon Bowl

American Canadian Tour

Payea, Sweet Lead ACT U.S. Stars to Chaudiere for Bacon Bowl

Waterbury, VT – Some of the biggest stars of the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) will be heading north of the border this Saturday, August 18. The Bacon Bowl 200 at Vallée-Jct., QC’s Autodrome Chaudiere is shaping up to be the biggest Late Model event of the year in Quebec and is expected to attract racers from throughout the province as well as the northeastern United States.
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Third Place Finish for Eddie MacDonald at White Mountain ACT Race

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Third Place Finish for Eddie MacDonald at White Mountain ACT Race

Eddie MacDonald battled lapped traffic and an ill-handling car to post a third place finish in the Autosaver Group 150 in the American Canadian Tour’s race at White Mountain Motorsports Park in No. Woodstock, NH on Sunday, August 5. Thirty late model cars took the green flag for the 150 lap event Sunday afternoon after weather conditions forced the scheduled Saturday start to be postponed.
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ACT, White Mountain Stars Ready to Do Battle

American Canadian Tour

ACT, White Mountain Stars Ready to Do Battle

Waterbury, VT – A little extra will be on the line this Saturday, August 4 when the ACT Late Model Tour heads to N. Woodstock, NH’s White Mountain Motorsports Park. The Autosaver Group 150 will see the stars of ACT take on the weekly standouts of the ¼-mile bullring in the quest to be the next ACT winner.

Saturday’s event will count towards both the ACT and White Mountain championships. Regional household names such as Scott Payea, Eddie MacDonald, and Jimmy Hebert will take on Quinny Welch, Stacy Cahoon, Stephen Donahue, and others who call the White Mountains their racing home. As such, one of the biggest fields of the year is expected, potentially creating a battle just to get in the main event.
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Hebert Tames Speedway 51 to Snap Winless Streak

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Hebert Tames Speedway 51 to Snap Winless Streak

Groveton, NH – Williamstown, VT’s Jimmy Hebert turned the most dominating performance of the 2018 American-Canadian Tour (ACT) season to win the J.P. Sicard/Kingdom Gravel 151 on Sunday, July 15 at Groveton, NH’s Speedway 51. Hebert took the lead for the first time on a lap-4 restart and held off every challenge presented by Graniteville, VT’s Chip Grenier to snap an ACT winless drought that dated back to August 2013.
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