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ACT Will Visit 11 Different Tracks in 2015

The American Canadian Tour Late Models will visit 11 different tracks throughout New England, New York and Quebec during the 13 event 2015 season. Officials have announced the schedule, which will kick off on Sunday, April 12 at Lee USA Speedway in Lee, NH and crown a champion on Saturday, October 17 at Thompson Speedway in Thompson, CT.

The ACT Late Models visit two new tracks in 2015. ACT will run their first ever point counting events at Autodrome Chaudiere in Vallee-Jct., QC as a doubleheader with PASS in September and the Late Models will visit Thompson for the first time ever to conclude the season in October.

ACT will also return to Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, ME for two events after a several year hiatus. The April Oxford event will be the inaugural ACT/PASS doubleheader event, while the June event will be a stand alone ACT race. Airborne Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY will be the only other venue to host two events in 2015. The schedule is highlighted by trips to Thunder Road in Barre, VT, Speedway 51 (formerly Riverside Speedway in Groveton, NH), Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT, White Mountain Motorsports Park in North Woodstock, NH, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough, ME and Circuit Riverside Speedway in St-Croix, QC.

The 2015 season will also feature several non-point counting special events. The first will be this February 16-17, when the stars of ACT head to New Smyrna Speedway in New Smyrna Beach, Florida for the American Racer Twin 100s. Other special events include the ACT International at Airborne, which will see doubleheader 200s with the PASS series, the 7th Annual Bond ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH and the 53rd running of the Milk Bowl at Thunder Road in Barre, VT.

For more information contact the ACT office at 802.244.6963 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit

2015 ACT Schedule – Schedule Subject to Change


** Feb 16-17 Mon-Tue New Smyrna Speedway American Racer Twin 100’s

1 Apr 11-12 Sat-Sun Lee USA NH Gov Cup 150

2 Apr 18 Sat Oxford Plains Speedway ACT/PASS Twin 150’s

3 May 2-3 Sat-Sun Thunder Road Merchants Bank 150

4 May 16 Sat Airborne Park Speedway Spring Green 115

5 May 30 Sat Speedway 51 L'il Joey Generation Next 151

6 Jun 06 Sat Devil’s Bowl Speedway ACT 100

7 Jun 20 Sat White Mountain ACT 150

8 Jun 27 Sat Oxford Plains Speedway ACT 150

** Jul 18-19 Sat-Sun Airborne Park Speedway Int’l Dbl-Header 200’s

9 Aug 08 Sat Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Coastal 150

10 Aug 22 Sat Circuit Riverside Speedway Can-Am 150

11 Sep 12 Sat Chaudiere (ACT US/QC/PASS) Doubleheader 200’s

** Sep 26 Sat New Hampshire Motor Spwy Bond Auto ACT Invitational

12 Oct 03 Sat Airborne Park Speedway Fall Foliage 200

** Oct 10-11 Sat-Sun Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl VT Milk Bowl

13 Oct 16-17 Fri-Sat Thomson Speedway MP ACT Championship 100

[** non-point races]

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PASS Coming to Thunder Road in 2015

Thunder Road International Speedbowl officials announced that the Pro All Star Series (PASS), based in Naples, Maine, will make their first ever appearance at Thunder Road in Barre, VT during the 53rd Mekkelsen RV Memorial Day Classic on Sunday, May 24, 2015.

The Super Late Models of PASS will join Thunder Road’s ACT Late Models in the Memorial Day twin bill. The PASS Super Late Models will race 150 laps, and the Thunder Road Late Models will race for the Mekkelsen Memorial Day Classic 100 honors.

“This is exciting news for our Thunder Road fans. Having the return to Thunder Road’s high banks with Mike and Ben Rowe, joined by Cassius and Johnny Clark, DJ Shaw, and Glen Luce should be a lot of fun to watch. There is also a possibility to see ACT Champions like Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., Brian Hoar, and Wayne Helliwell, Jr. bringing their PASS cars to Thunder Road for this event,” said Thunder Road promoter Tom Curley.

Thunder Road has run the Memorial Day Classic event with just about every kind of stock car available. From the early days of the flathead coupes and high horsepower modifieds, to the Flying Tigers in the 1960’s, then the NASCAR-type Late Models of the 70’s, and into the 80’s with ACT Pro Stocks, variety has dictated Thunder Road’s Memorial Day Classics. Since 1996, the ACT Late Models have carried on the Thunder Road tradition of opening the summer season with the Memorial Day Classic 100. The twin bill featuring the PASS Super Late Models in a 150-lap event is sure to add another dimension to the race program in 2015.

“I know there is going to be a lot of support and excitement for this show at Thunder Road from both our fans and competitors,” said President of PASS, Tom Mayberry. “I know that numerous times over the past 10 years I have had racers and fans ask me what the chances were that we could race at Thunder Road. It should be a great show, and we are all looking forward to our first time at the tough ¼ mile high banks.”

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Star Series (PASS) are working together to bring both traveling groups to new events during the 2015 race season. An earlier announcement that the first-ever combination event between the two premiere touring series in the Northeast, PASS and ACT, would take place as the opening event of the Oxford Plains Speedway season in Oxford, Maine on Saturday, April 18, 2015. That announcement alone has created a positive outlook for the coming race season. The addition of a second event with PASS at Thunder Road in Barre, VT should add to the anticipation and excitement for the 2015 race season in the region.

For additional information contact the ACT office at 802.244.6963, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit,, or

Vermont’s Big Game Reporting Stations for 2014

Hunters who take a bear, deer, turkey, or moose during the Vermont hunting seasons must bring the animal within 48 hours to the nearest game warden or to a Vermont Fish & Wildlife reporting station.  Below is a list of wardens and reporting stations for 2014.  The list also appears on Fish & Wildlife’s website (


State Wardens

Josh Hungerford, Middlebury – 989-7484

Lt. George Scribner, Middlebury – 462-3595

Spc. Dale Whitlock, Middlebury – 388-4875

Deputy Wardens

James McKnight, New Haven – 545-2660

Eugene Stearns, Addison – 759-2944

Reporting Stations

Bridport Town Clerk, Bridport – 758-2483

Buxton's Country Store, Orwell – 948-2112

C & S Hunting Supplies, Middlebury – 388-8401

Green Mountain Trails End LLC, Bristol – 453-4679

Jerusalem Corners Country Store, Bristol – 453-4056

Lake Hortonia Country Store, Hubberton – 273-3445

Lincoln General Store, Lincoln – 453-2981

Panton General Store, Panton – 475-2431

Vermont Field Sports, Middlebury – 388-3572

Village Green Market, New Haven – 453-2163

West Addison General Store, Addison – 759-2071


State Wardens

Sgt. Travis Buttle, Shaftsbury – 442-4383

Greg Eckhardt, Landgrove – 824-5785

Lt. Paul Gaudreau, West Rupert – 394-2973

Justin Stedman, West Pawlet – 325-9333

Richard Watkin, Wilmington – 368-7302

Deputy Wardens

Joseph DeForge, Bennington – 447-8753

Wynn Metcalfe, Shaftsbury – 447-7877

Brendan Reilly, - 518-682-7085

Reporting Stations

Bennington Fish Culture Station, Bennington – 447-2844

Gun Supply of Vermont, Bondville – 375-5183

H N Williams Store, Dorset – 867-5353

Lost Target Shooting Supplies, Bennington – 442-8953

Manchester Town Clerk, Manchester Center – 362-1315

Marty's Sports & Gunsmithing, Inc., Bennington – 442-8826

Sherman's Store, West Rupert – 394-7820

Stamford Town Clerk, Stamford – 694-1361

Tifft's Trading Post, Woodford – 753-7941


State Wardens

Dennis Amsden, Danville – 751-7695

David Gregory, Lyndon Center – 626-4390

Mark Schichtle, Wells River – 757-2121

Spc. Russell Shopland, East Hardwick – 472-3040

Deputy Wardens

Marc Luneau, East Hardwick – 563-2352

Martin Montour, St.Johnsbury – 748-5057

Christopher Raymond, Lyndonville – 626-9321

Reporting Stations

Alley's Market, South Ryegate – 584-4416

Paul's Whistle Stop, McIndoes Falls – 633-4189

Rick's Gun Shop, East Burke – 626-1014

Riteway Sports, Inc., Hardwick – 472-5916

The Village Sport Shop, Lyndonville – 626-8448

Upper Valley Grill, Groton – 584-3101

Wheelock Village Store, Wheelock – 626-8030

West Barnet Quick Stop, West Barnet – 633-2624, (limited hrs 1-8pm)


State Wardens

Tom Cook, Essex Jct. – 878-0094

Robert Currier, Colchester – 497-2136

Dana Joyal, Charlotte- 425-4506

Deputy Wardens

David Lewis, Essex Jct. – 879-6561

Reporting Stations

Dattilio's Guns & Tackle, South Burlington – 862-5516

Hinesburg General Store, Hinesburg – 482-2820

Jericho General Store, Jericho – 899-4661

Lakeshore Ace Hardware, Colchester – 863-4910


State Wardens

Dennis Amsden, Danville – 751-7695

Trevor Szymanowski, North Concord – 695-1314

Reporting Stations

Barnie's Market, Concord – 695-8133

Holmes Gulf Station, Canaan – 266-8900

Lunenburg Variety, Lunenburg – 892-1147

Northern Wildlife, Island Pond – 723-6290


State Wardens

Lt. Curtis Smiley, Fairfax – 849-2156

Dustin Snyder, St. Albans – 782-8440

Matthew Thiel, Highgate – 868-6257

Sgt. Carl Wedin, St. Albans – 868-9110

Reporting Stations

Back Country Sports, St. Albans – 782-8270

Byam’s Quick Stop, Franklin – 933-4100

Fletcher General Store, Cambridge – 849-6292

Franklin General Store, Franklin – 285-2033

Georgia Market, Georgia – 527-1100

M&R Guns & Ammo, Highgate Center – 868-4288

Pauline's Quick Stop, Sheldon Springs – 933-4810

Ste. Marie's, Inc., Swanton – 868-3538

TJs Country Store, Inc., Montgomery – 326-4104

West Enosburg Country Store, LLC, Enosburg Falls – 933-5001

Wetherby's Quick Stop, Inc., Richford – 848-3550


State Wardens

Robert Currier, Colchester – 497-2136

Matthew Thiel, Highgate – 868-6257

Deputy Wardens

Benjamin Rooks, Grand Isle – 578-0580

Reporting Stations

A&B Beverage, Inc., Grand Isle – 372-4531

Alburg Village Store, Allburg – 796-3545

Isle LaMotte Town Clerk, Isle LaMotte – 928-3434


State Wardens

Jason Batchelder, Morrisville – 888-9618

Spc. Russell Shopland, East Hardwick – 472-3040

Ethan Coffey, Morrisville – 888-2964

Deputy Wardens

Ronald Audet, Morrisville – 279-7875

Reporting Stations

Cambridge Village Market, Cambridge – 644-2272

Elmore Store, Lake Elmore – 888-2296

Fly Rod Shop, Stowe – 253-7346

Ingalls Market & Deli, Eden Mills – 635-2692

River Valley Store, Johnson – 635-6144

The Old Fishing Hole, Morrisville – 888-6210

Wolcott Store, Inc., Wolcott – 888-3792


State Wardens

Paul Brown, Northfield – 485-4432

Sgt. Keith Gallant, East Braintree – 728-9215

Mark Schichtle, Wells River – 757-2121

Jeffrey Whipple, Chelsea – 685-7813

Reporting Stations

Coburn's General Store, Inc., South Strafford – 765-4421

East Corinth General Store, East Corinth – 439-5525

Farm 'N Country Hardware, Williamstown – 433-1158

Fifields Auto Repair, West Fairlee- 333-3022

Flanders Market, Chelsea – 685-3085

Floyd's General Store, Randolph Center – 728-5333

Middle Branch Market & Deli, East Randolph – 728-5750

Mid State Sports, Randolph – 728-3100

Newbury Village Store, Newbury – 866-5681

North Tunbridge General Store, Chelsea – 889-3312

Orange Town Clerk, East Barre – 479-2673

Robert’s Country Store, Williamstown – 883-2220

Snowsville General Store, Braintree – 728-5252

Thetford Center Village Store, Thetford – 785-4655

Wing's Market, Fairlee – 333-9568


State Wardens

Jason Dukette, Derby – 754-2468

Jenna Reed, Newport Center – 334-1215

Spc. Russell Shopland – 472-3040

Reporting Stations

Bob's Quick Stop, Irasburg – 754-2104

C. Village Store, Craftsbury – 586-2554

Currier's Market, Glover – 525-8822

Degre Auction Service, LLC, Westfield – 744-2427

E.M. Brown & Son, Inc., Barton – 525-3422

Evansville Trading Post, Brownington – 754-6305

Four Corners Mini-Mart, North Troy – 988-4600

Green Mountain Sporting Goods, Irasburg – 754-6165

Lanoue's General Store, Orleans – 754-6365

Mister O's Sporting Goods, Newport – 334-5525

Smith's Grocery, Greensboro Bend – 533-2631

The Lucier Store, Newport Center – 334-8056

Wright's Enterprises, Newport – 334-6115


State Wardens

Wesley Butler, West Rutland – 797-8172

Timothy Carey, Mt Holly – 259-9533

Josh Hungerford, Middlebury – 989-7484

Justin Stedman, West Pawlet – 325-9333

Robert Sterling, Fair Haven – 265-4602

Deputy Wardens

Brian Roberts, Brandon – 247-6343

Reporting Stations

Belmont General Store, Belmont – 259-2292

Benson Village Store, Benson – 537-2041

Corey’s RV Supplies, Wallingford – 446-1049

Engine Joe's Guns & Bows, Hydeville – 265-8155

G & L General Store, Inc., Benson – 537-4041

Grant's Village Store, Middletown Springs – 235-2251

J A B Restaurant (Bruno’s), West Rutland – 802-342-0330

Junction Store & Deli, Brandon – 247-3794

Keith's Country Store, Inc., Pittsford – 483-6489

Kelley, Betsy A, Poultney – 287-5800

Mach's General Store, Pawlet – 325-3405

Mart's Sporting Goods, Poultney – 287-9022

Otter Creek Campground, Danby – 293-5041

Pittsfield Pitt-Stop, Pittsfield – 746-9939

Tinmouth Town Clerk, Tinmouth – 446-2498

Wooden Barrel Country Store, Chittenden – 775-5355


State Wardens

Chad Barrett, Waterbury Center – 244-1680

Paul Brown, Northfield – 485-4432

Sean Fowler, Plainfield – 454-9919

Reporting Stations

Harry’s Hardware, Cabot – 563-2291

Kenyon's Hardware & Farm Supply, Northfield – 485-9676

Marshfield Village Store, Marshfield – 426-4321

Mountain Deer Taxidermy, Northfield – 485-7184

Parro's Gun Shop & Police Supplies, Inc., Waterbury – 244-8401

R&L Archery, Barre – 479-9151

Roxbury Country Store, Inc., Roxbury – 485-8857

Tim's Convenience Center, Plainfield – 454-7111

Village Grocery, Waitsfield – 496-4477


State Wardens

Greg Eckhardt, Landgrove – 824-5785

David Taddei, Townshend – 221-4066

Kelly Price, Brattleboro – 251-2171

Richard Watkin, Wilmington – 368-7302

Deputy Wardens

Gary Sherer, Guilford – 254-9172

Reporting Stations

C&S Beverage and Dairy, Wilmington – 464-8062

D&R General Store, Cambridgeport – 869-2372

Exit 4 Sunoco Station, Putney – 387-2234

Guilford Country Store, Guilford – 490-2233

Grandma’s Garden and Country Store, Vernon – 802-380-0920

Mike & Tammy’s Main Street Market/Deli – 824-8100

Paradise Farm Sugarhouse, Brattleboro – 258-2026

Route 5 Shell LLC, Bellows Falls – 463-0701

Wardsboro Country Store, Wardsboro – 896-6411


State Wardens

Greg Eckhardt, Landgrove – 824-5785

Sgt. Keith Gallant, East Braintree – 728-9215

Jason Gravelle, Hartland – 484-7435

Dana Joyal, East Wallingford – 259-9460

Stephen Majeski, South Woodstock – 457-1488

Deputy Wardens

Roni Johnson, Royalton – 763-8451

Kevin McAllister, Windsor – 674-5410

Reporting Stations

Ascutney Farm Stand, Ascutney – 952-9557

Back Forty Guns and Ammo, Windsor – 603-381-9800

Barrows Trading Post, Quechee – 295-1050

Bridgewater Corners Country Store, Bridgewater Corners – 672-6241

Chester Hardware, Chester – 875-2693

Chester Town Clerk, Chester – 875-2173

Joe's Taxidermy, Reading – 484-7221

Locust Creek Outfitters, Bethel – 234-5884

Singleton's Store, Proctorsville – 226-7666

Singleton’s Store, Quechee – 698-8675

Springfield Professional Firefighters, Springfield – 885-4546

Steve's Bait Shop, North Hartland – 296-7331

Teago General Store, South Pomfret – 457-1626

The Hardware at Rochester, Rochester – 767-4200

Tracy's Midway Station, Sharon – 763-8177

Tyson Village Store, Ludlow – 228-2284

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