A tradition in the game of hockey awards "Three Stars of the Game" following the conclusion of each contest.  Beginning this month, we're bringing a similar concept into the world of short track racing.  Each month, Speed51.com will recognize the "Five Stars of Short Track Racing" presented by Five Star Race Car Bodies.   Here […]

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Jimmy Hebert threw down the gauntlet early at Thunder Road, setting the mark as the man to beat ahead of the 57th Annual Vermont Milk Bowl.  Hebert topped all three practice sessions for the American-Canadian Tour on Friday afternoon in Barre, Vermont and is feeling confident heading into qualifying on Saturday.   “I’m extremely happy, […]

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After six hours of testing at Martinsville Speedway Thursday in anticipation of the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 on October 4-5, Mike Looney set the fastest recorded time of the day at 20.088 seconds around the famed paper-clip shaped short track.   Looney, the 2016 winner of the Late Model Stock crown jewel, averaged 94.625 […]

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At just 30 years of age, Joey Polewarczyk has accomplished much in his racing career driving both American-Canadian Tour Late Models and Super Late Models in New England. In the ACT realm, he has earned many high marks including the 2014 ACT Tour championship, the Oxford 250 and the Vermont Milk Bowl at Thunder […]

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Barre, VT -- The 57th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank continues to draw closer and closer on the calendar. The historic event this Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29 has attracted entries from the biggest stars in the region and country with former Milk Bowl winners, series champions, and track champions […]

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Barre, VT -- The 57th Vermont Milk Bowl presented by Northfield Savings Bank is just days away – and one of the biggest stars of North American short track racing will be there. Senoia, GA’s Andrew “Bubba” Pollard is gearing up for his maiden voyage at Barre’s Thunder Road this Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, […]

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