Waterbury, VT – American-Canadian Tour (ACT) officials announced today that they have finalized the point fund for the 2018 ACT Late Model Tour season. A total of $40,750 has been posted in season-ending awards, a total increase of nearly $10,000 over the 2017 season.
The 2018 ACT Late Model Tour champion will receive the same $10,000 point fund award has they have in recent seasons. However, substantial increases have been posted for much of the top-10. Second place in the final standings for the upcoming season will receive $6,000, while the third-place finisher is slated to earn $4,500. Fourth and fifth place will collect $3,500 and $3,000, respectively.
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Travis Dunbar of Auburn, Maine will be back in a Pro Stock sponsors by Northeast log sales for the 2018 race season at Wiscasset Speedway. In the off season Travis has been busy, “Working in Biddeford as the IEP Coordinator, spending time with my family, and getting ready for the 2018 race season.”
Last Season Travis raced at OPS in the Bud Super Late Model Series, “We have been racing in the pro stock/super late model division since 2015. After trying the grueling weekly racing schedule at Oxford Plains Speedway, we decided to return to the high banks and bi-weekly racing schedule at Wiscasset Speedway.”
Barre, VT – Thunder Road officials have announced that Myers Container Service has signed a multi-year agreement to return as the title sponsor of the Triple Crown Series for the Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tigers. The series debuted in 2017 with Craftsbury Common’s Mike Martin capturing the inaugural championship.
The Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series in 2018 will once again consist of three 75-lap races for Thunder Road’s famed Flying Tiger division. All three events will award both Myers Container Service Triple Crown Series points and Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel Flying Tiger track championship points. There will be a separate championship and point fund for the top finishers in the final Triple Crown standings.