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A full Vermont Milk Bowl weekend of racing and activities will conclude with the 57th Milk Bowl on Sunday, Sept. 29. (Buzz Fisher photo)
Thunder Road Int'l Speedbowl and the American-Canadian Tour have unveiled the schedule of events for Vermont Milk Bowl weekend.
Defending ACT Oxford winner Bryan Kruczek (19) and youngster Stephen Donahue (2) will take on regulars such as Dylan Payea (7) when the series visits Maine this weekend for the Night Before the 250. (Eric LaFleche Photo)
The American-Canadian Tour gets back into the point-counting season this Saturday at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway.
Wayne Helliwell Jr. collected a $10,000 top prize for winning Saturday's ACT event at White Mountain Motorsports Park. (Mark Alan Sumner Photo)
Wayne Helliwell Jr. was in the right place at the right time to score the victory and the $10,000 top prize in the American-Canadian Tour Midsummer 250 at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday.
Joey Polewarczyk leads leader Rich Dubeau en route to his win in the Dream Ride 150 at Star Speedway Saturday night. (Eric LaFleche Photo)
Joey Polewarczyk Jr. put on a clinic in the second half of the Dream Ride 150 to capture his 20th American Canadian Tour win at Star Speedway Saturday.
The American-Canadian Tour will now have top billing when the series rolls into Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway on Saturday, June 15.
Rich Dubeau earned his first ACT Late Model Tour win by taking the $5,000-to-win Claude Leclerc 150 at Autodrome Chaudiere on Saturday, June 1. (Alan Ward photo)
Rich Dubeau finally broke into American-Canadian Tour victory lane Saturday by taking the Claude Leclerc 150 at Autodrome Chaudiere
The American-Canadian Tour Jean-Paul Cabana 125 scheduled for Sunday has been postponed due to an inclement weather forecast.
Top ACT U.S. racers like Brandon Atkins (4NY) will travel to Quebec this weekend to take on the best of Canada, such as Alexendre Tardif (21BC) in a twin bill of racing. (Alan Ward photo)
The best of the American-Canadian Tour is ready to head north this weekend.
Scott Payea (center) celebrates his victory in the Caron Fabrication Spring Green while flanked by runner-up Quinny Welch (right) and third-place finisher Rich Dubeau (near left). (Mark Alan Sumner photo)
Scott Payea showed the heart of a two-time defending ACT champion on Saturday by taking his first win of the season in the Caron Fabrication Spring Green at White Mountain Motosports Park
Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl is finally ready to open its 60th season of racing this Sunday, May 5

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