6:15
6:14
That will conclude our coverage of the ACT International 300 at Airborne Park Speedway. Thank you all for tuning in throughout the weekend. Congratulations to Patrick Laperle on the $25,000 win.

Thank you to Goss Dodge/Chrysler for supporting our coverage here this weekend.

6:11
The great battle put on by Laperle and Sweet. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:11
Laperle and crew celebrate. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:10
Laperle will take the big check back across the border to Canada. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:09
Tom Curley said jokingly after the race, “I wonder what Patrick (Laperle) will think when I tell him I’m paying him in Canadian money.”
6:09
Laperle take a polish victory lap. (Speed51.com Photo)
6:04
ACT International 300 Unofficial Results

1 91qc Patrick Laperle
2 88vt Nick Sweet
3 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
4 37vt Brian Hoar
5 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
6 48qc Alex Labbe
7 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
8 7nc Ben Lynch
9 4ny Brandon Atkins
10 9me Emily Packard
11 50me Jeff White
12 34nh Todd Davis
13 17ma Eddie MacDonald
14 40vt Eric Chase
15 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
16 58vt Jimmy Hebert
17 17vt Lance Allen
18 5vt Bobby Therrien
19 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
20 66vt Jason Corliss
21 49nh Matt Anderson
22 13vt Boomer Morris
23 9qc Rejean Plante
24 54vt Mike Ziter
25 91ct Patrick Emerling
26 10ma John Falconi
27 9nh Kyle Welch
28 7ny Nick Lagoy
5:54
Laperle was very emotional in victory lane, shedding tears while unstrapping from his car in victory lane.
5:53
Patrick Laperle: “That was fun racing with Nick, but I’m tired as (expletive).”
5:43
CHECKERED FLAG: Patrick Laperle wins the final ACT International segment and the $25,000 top prize.
5:42
Lap 73: Two laps to go. Laperle continues to lead. Sweet tries the crossover on the backstretch but he can’t make it stick.
5:42
Lap 72: Laperle sticks his nose out in front with a fenders-length advantage.
5:42
Lap 71: Door-to-door, side-by-side, the story stays the same with four laps to go. Laperle with the advantage that time by.
5:41
Lap 70: Sweet continues to hold a slight advantage over Laperle with five laps to go. Five laps to decide who goes home with $25,000.
5:41
Lap 68: “How bad do you want it,” asks Ken Squier over the PA system.
5:40
Lap 67: Sweet leads that time by. They continue to battle for position.
5:40
Lap 65: The battle continues for the top-spot. Laperle has the advantage once again at the line, but Sweet battles back on the outside.
5:39
Lap 63: Laperle and Sweet are still door-to-door with Hoar watching in third.
5:39
Lap 61: While the top-two duke it out up front, Polewarczyk is up to sixth.
5:38
Lap 60: The top-two are side-by-side with $25,000 on the line. Laperle holds a slight advantage at the line this time by.
5:38
Lap 58: Laperle dives to the inside of Sweet in turn three. The battle for the lead is on.
5:37
Lap 57: Sweet leads Laperle, Hoar, Bouvrette, and Dery. Robinson, Polewarczyk, Lynch, Packard, and Labbe complete the top-10.
5:37
Lap 55: Hoar is in third and all over Laperle’s back bumper.
5:37
Lap 53: Laperle now has sole possession of the runner-up spot. It’s going to be a battle between Sweet and Laperle for $25,000.
5:36
Lap 52: Sweet leads the way as Laperle and Robinson battle for second.
5:35
Lap 50: Polewarczyk goes three-wide to take the seventh spot.
5:35
GREEN FLAG: Robinson with a good jump on the restart. He has the advantage, but Sweet powers back off of turn two.
5:35
Sweet and Laperle will start nose-to-tail once again on the restart.
5:35
5:33
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 49): Ziter and Emerling get together in turn four to bring out the caution.
5:32
Lap 49: Laperle under Robinson for second.
5:32
Lap 49: Sweet leads Robinson, Laperle, Hoar, and Dery.
5:32
Lap 49: Laperle and Hoar closing in on Robinson for second.
5:32
Lap 48: Hoar looking to the inside of Laperle for the third spot.
5:31
Lap 46: Sweet and Robinson are side-by-side. Give the advantage to Sweet at the stripe. Laperle jumps up to the third spot. Polewarczyk runs eighth.
5:31
Lap 44: Sweet now closing in on Robinson for the race lead. He goes to the inside of Robinson in turn one.
5:30
Lap 42: Sweet around Dery and Chase to jump into the runner-up spot. Laperle working the outside of Dery for fourth.
5:29
Lap 41: Sweet working the outside of Dery for third. Laperle around Packard for fifth.
5:29
GREEN FLAG: Robinson and Chase side-by-side into turn one.
5:27
Sweet and Laperle will start nose-to-tail on the restart with 35 laps to go.
5:27
5:27
Polewarczyk tell his team over the radio that his car is “sideways loose.”
5:26
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 40): Brandon Atkins off the track and makes contact with the wall at the top of turn three.
5:25
Lap 38: Laperle is closing in on Packard’s back bumper for the fifth spot.
5:25
Lap 37: Polewarczyk is up to 13th but a long ways back from Sweet and Laperle.
5:24
Lap 35: Packard rides in the fifth spot and separates Sweet from Laperle.
5:24
5:23
Lap 33: Robinson, Jr. continues to lead Chase and Dery up front.
5:23
Lap 31: Sweet goes to the inside of both Packard and Cyr to work his way into the fourth spot. Laperle now sixth.
5:22
Lap 29: Laperle now has no cars between himself and Sweet.
5:22
Lap 27: Laperle around Hebert for seventh. Hoar follows him to take eighth.
5:21
Lap 24: Sweet to the sixth spot. Laperle eighth and working on Hebert for seventh. Polewarczyk is 15th.
5:21
Lap 22: Laperle now closing in on Lynch for eighth as Sweet closes in on Hebert for sixth.
5:20
5:19
Lap 20: Robinson has taken sole possession of the lead up front. Chase, Dery, Cyr, and Packard follow.
5:19
Lap 19: Sweet to the inside of Lynch for seventh. Laperle runs 9th.
5:19
Lap 17: Polewarczyk seems to have slowed after making contact with another car earlier in the race.
5:18
Lap 16: Robinson leads at the stripe. Dery takes the fourth spot.
5:18
Lap 15: Dery to the inside of Hebert for the fourth spot.
5:18
Lap 13: Sweet runs 9th, Laperle 10th, and Polewarczyk 16th.
5:17
Lap 11: The battle for the lead continues up front with Chase holding a small advantage over Robinson. Cyr, Hebert, and Dery follow.
5:17
Lap 9: Sweet runs 11th, Laperle 12th, and Polewarczyk 15th.
5:16
Lap 8: Robinson and Chase continue to fight door-to-door for the lead up front.
5:16
Lap 6: Things are getting wild deep in the pack with Laperle, Polewarczyk, and Sweet fighting for position. Polewarczyk has front end damage on his No. 97.
5:15
Lap 4: Labbe makes contact with the outside wall right in front of Sweet. They’re three-wide.
5:15
Lap 3: Hebert takes fourth and now looks under Cyr for third.
5:14
Lap 2: The top-two remain door-to-door. Hebert to the outside of Allen for fourth.
5:14
GREEN FLAG: Robinson and Chase battle into turn one. They’re door-to-door off of turn two. Give the advantage to Robinson at the stripe.
5:13
MacDonald has a broken axle on his No.17MA. He may be done for the night.
5:12
Eddie MacDonald has rolled to a stop on the frontstretch.
5:11
The field has picked up the pace as they work heat into their tires for the final 75-lap segment. Who will bring home the $25,000 prize?
5:10
5:09
The field has now rolled onto the track for the final segment.
5:09
If there is a tie for the top-spot, the driver with the highest finish in the final segment will win the $25,000 top prize.
5:07
Marc-Antonie Demers won the 50-lap ProCam Truck feature.
5:06
Sweet and Laperle will have to work their way from the back once again in Segment #3. (Speed51.com Photo)
5:05
MacDonald, Labbe, and Atkins three-wide during Segment #2. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:59
ACT International Segment #3 Lineup

1 13vt Boomer Morris
2 66vt Jason Corliss
3 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
4 40vt Eric Chase
5 17vt Lance Allen
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 34nh Todd Davis
8 58vt Jimmy Hebert
9 7nc Ben Lynch
10 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
11 9me Emily Packard
12 4ny Brandon Atkins
13 17ma Eddie MacDonald
14 5vt Bobby Therrien
15 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
16 48qc Alex Labbe
17 50me Jeff White
18 88vt Nick Sweet
19 91qc Patrick Laperle
20 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
21 37vt Brian Hoar
22 49nh Matt Anderson
23 9qc Rejean Plante
24 54vt Mike Ziter
25 91ct Patrick Emerling
26 10ma John Falconi
4:58
4:58
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4:55
ACT International 300 Overall Standings (After Segment #2)
Pos. No. Driver Seg #1 Fin. Seg #2 Fin. Score

1 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. 3 2 5
2 91qc Patrick Laperle 2 3 5
3 88vt Nick Sweet 1 4 5
4 48qc Alex Labbe 5 6 11
5 37vt Brian Hoar 13 1 14
6 50me Jeff White 9 5 14
7 21qc Jean-Francois Dery 4 12 16
8 17ma Eddie MacDonald 8 9 17
9 4ny Brandon Atkins 7 10 17
10 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette 11 7 18
11 7nc Ben Lynch 6 13 19
12 9me Emily Packard 12 11 21
13 34nh Todd Davis 10 15 23
14 58vt Jimmy Hebert 15 14 25
15 5vt Bobby Therrien 23 8 29
16 40vt Eric Chase 14 18 31
17 17vt Lance Allen 16 17 32
18 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 19 16 33
19 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr. 17 19 35
20 13vt Boomer Morris 18 21 36
4:33
There will be a three-way tie heading into the final segment with Nick Sweet, Patrick Laperle, and Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. all heading into the final segment with five points.
4:32
CHECKERED FLAG: Brian Hoar wins the second ACT International 300 segment. Polewarzyk, Laperle, Sweet, and Hebert complete the top-five.
4:32
WHITE FLAG: One to go for Brian Hoar.
4:31
Lap 73: Smoke is coming from White’s No. 50. Sweet is closing in on White for the fourth spot.
4:31
Lap 71: Laperle sticks a fender under White for the third spot. They lean on each other down the backstretch. Laperle takes the spot.
4:30
Lap 70: Hoar continues to lead Polewarczyk, White, Laperle, and Sweet.
4:30
Lap 69: Plante and Morris go one lap down.
4:29
Lap 67: Laperle is now all over the back bumper of White for the third spot.
4:29
Lap 65: Hoar puts Anderson one lap down as he continues to pace the field.
4:28
Lap 65: Polewarzyk takes sole possession of the runner-up spot.
4:28
Lap 63: Labbe and MacDonald fight for the eight spot.
4:28
4:28
Lap 62: Patrick Laperle may have the fastest car on the race track as he begins to close in on the battle for second.
4:27
Lap 60: The battle for second is on as Polewarczyk works the inside of White. White still holds the advantage that time by.
4:27
Lap 59: Polewarczyk under White for the second spot. They’re side-by-side.
4:26
Lap 57: Polewarczyk has closed up on White’s back bumper for second.
4:26
Lap 55: Laperle puts a fender under Sweet for fourth.
4:26
Lap 53: Hoar leads White, Polewarczyk, Sweet, and Laperle up front.
4:25
Lap 52: Labbe with a tap to Atkins back bumper. He goes underneath Atkins in turn two and MacDonald makes it three-wide on the bottom.
4:24
4:24
Lap 50: Therrien and Laperle are side-by-side for fifth.
4:24
Lap 48: Hoar has established a big lead up front as Polewarczyk closes in on White for the second spot.
4:23
Lap 46: Hoar leads White, Polewarczyk, Therrien, and Sweet. Atkins, Bouvrette, Labbe, MacDonald, and Hebert complete the top-10.
4:23
Lap 45: Polewarczyk now works the bottom of Therrien for third. Sweet to the outside of Atkins for fifth.
4:22
Lap 43: White and Therrien remain side-by-side. Three-wide for fifth with Atkins, Laperle, and Sweet.
4:22
Lap 41: White now looks to the bottom of Therrien for second.
4:22
GREEN FLAG: Therrien and Hoar go side-by-side into turn one. Hoar holds the advantage off of turn two.
4:21
Current Top-15 (Lap 40 of 75):

1 5vt Bobby Therrien
2 37vt Brian Hoar
3 50me Jeff White
4 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
5 4ny Brandon Atkins
6 88vt Nick Sweet
7 58vt Jimmy Hebert
8 91qc Patrick Laperle
9 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
10 48qc Alex Labbe
11 17ma Eddie MacDonald
12 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
13 9me Emily Packard
14 17vt Lance Allen
15 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
4:19
4:18
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 40): Ben Lynch goes around in turn two.
4:18
Lap 40: White is now looking to the inside Hoar for second. Hoar holds him off for now.
4:18
Lap 39: Laperle now looks to the inside of Sweet for seventh. Atkins and Polewarczyk continue to go side-by-side for fourth.
4:17
Lap 37: Sweet jumps up to the seventh spot.
4:16
Lap 35: Polewarczyk to the inside of Atkins for the fourth spot. They go door-to-door down the backstretch.
4:16
Lap 33: Therrien leads Hoar, White, Atkins, and Polewarczyk. Cyr, Hebert, Bouvrette, Sweet, and Laperle complete the top-10. Labbe is 11th, Dery is 15th.
4:16
Lap 31: Atkins and Cyr make contact and Atkins takes the fourth spot. Polewarczyk follows to crack the top-five.
4:15
Lap 30: Polewarczyk to the outside of Atkins, as Atkins also tries to navigate to the inside of Cyr.
4:14
Lap 28: Sweet underneath Bouvrette for the ninth spot. Cyr, Atkins, and Polewarczyk run nose-to-tail in fourth, fifth, and sixth.
4:14
Lap 26: Polewarczyk to sixth. Sweet is 10th, Laperle 11th, and Labbe 12th.
4:13
Lap 24: Atkins now looks to keep his moment on the outside and go around Allen for fifth. Give Atkins the fifth spot.
4:13
Lap 22: Atkins looking to the outside of Hebert for the sixth spot. They’re side-by-side for the spot.
4:12
Lap 20: Therrien leads Hoar, White, Cyr, and Allen up front. Hebert, Atkins, Polewarczyk, Bouvrette, and Labbe complete the top-10.
4:12
Lap 18: Therrien continues to extend his lead up front.
4:11
Lap 17: White is now pulling up on Hoar for second.
4:10
Lap 15: White takes fourth from Allen and then powers to the inside of Cyr for the third spot in turn three.
4:10
Lap 14: Polewarczyk up to eighth. Labbe 10th, Sweet 11th.
4:10
4:10
Lap 12: White to the outside of Hebert for fifth.
4:09
Lap 10: Therrien with a big lead over Hoar up front. Polewarczyk up to 10th, Labbe 11th, Sweet 12th.
4:09
Lap 8: Emerling being shown the black flag for leaking fluid.
4:08
Lap 7: Hoar now works the back bumper of Cyr’s No 32VT for second. He dives to the inside of Cyr down the backstretch. Give Hoar the second spot.
4:08
Lap 5: Hoar to the third spot. Three-wide deeper in the field with Atkins, Bouvrette, and Emerling.
4:07
GREEN FLAG: Therrien and Cyr go side-by-side into turn one. Therrien takes the race lead off of turn two. Hoar to the outside of Allen for third.
4:06
Therrien will lead Cyr, Emerling, Allen, and Hebert on the restart.
4:06
Falconi will go back to the pit area on the hook.
4:05
Falconi spins on the backstretch. (Speed51.com Photo)
4:02
4:01
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 2): John Falconi spins in the grass on the backstretch.
4:01
Lap 2: Therrien has broken away from the field. Cyr now works the outside of Emerling for third.
4:00
GREEN FLAG: Therrien has the edge as the field powers into turn one. Falconi works the outside of Emerling for second.
4:00
Lights out. Green flag next time by.
4:00
ACT International 300 Segment #2 Lineup

1 91ct Patrick Emerling
2 5vt Bobby Therrien
3 49nh Matt Anderson
4 10ma John Falconi
5 66vt Jason Corliss
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 13vt Boomer Morris
8 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
9 17vt Lance Allen
10 58vt Jimmy Hebert
11 40vt Eric Chase
12 37vt Brian Hoar
13 9me Emily Packard
14 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
15 34nh Todd Davis
16 50me Jeff White
17 17ma Eddie MacDonald
18 4ny Brandon Atkins
19 7nc Ben Lynch
20 48qc Alex Labbe
21 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
22 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
23 91qc Patrick Laperle
24 88vt Nick Sweet
25 9qc Rejean Plante
26 9nh Kyle Welch
27 7ny Nick Lagoy
28 54vt Mike Ziter
3:58
Labbe, Pole, and Atkins battle for position during the first segment. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:58
The second ACT International segment has rolled onto the track. This segment will be 75 laps in distance.
3:57
Battling during the first ACT segment. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:50
Jason Durgan wins the second Sportsman Modified segment and claims the overall win. Nick Heywood and Mark Lamberton complete the top-three overall.
3:45
3:37
ACT International 300 Segment #2 Lineup

1 91ct Patrick Emerling
2 5vt Bobby Therrien
3 49nh Matt Anderson
4 10ma John Falconi
5 66vt Jason Corliss
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 13vt Boomer Morris
8 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
9 17vt Lance Allen
10 58vt Jimmy Hebert
11 40vt Eric Chase
12 37vt Brian Hoar
13 9me Emily Packard
14 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
15 34nh Todd Davis
16 50me Jeff White
17 17ma Eddie MacDonald
18 4ny Brandon Atkins
19 7nc Ben Lynch
20 48qc Alex Labbe
21 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
22 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
23 91qc Patrick Laperle
24 88vt Nick Sweet
25 9qc Rejean Plante
26 9nh Kyle Welch
27 7ny Nick Lagoy
28 54vt Mike Ziter
3:36
3:33
ACT International 300 Segment #1 Results

1 88vt Nick Sweet
2 91qc Patrick Laperle
3 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
4 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
5 48qc Alex Labbe
6 7nc Ben Lynch
7 4ny Brandon Atkins
8 17ma Eddie MacDonald
9 50me Jeff White
10 34nh Todd Davis
11 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
12 9me Emily Packard
13 37vt Brian Hoar
14 40vt Eric Chase
15 58vt Jimmy Hebert
16 17vt Lance Allen
17 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
18 13vt Boomer Morris
19 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
20 66vt Jason Corliss
21 10ma John Falconi
22 49nh Matt Anderson
23 5vt Bobby Therrien
24 91ct Patrick Emerling
25 9qc Rejean Plante
26 9nh Kyle Welch
27 7ny Nick Lagoy
28 54vt Mike Ziter
3:23
CHECKERED FLAG: Nick Sweet wins the opening segment of the ACT International 300. Laperle, Polewarczyk, Derry, and Labbe complete the top-five.
3:23
WHITE FLAG: Sweet as a car-length advantage over Laperle. Polewarczyk has worked his way under Dery for third.
3:22
Lap 48: Polewarczyk closing in on Dery for third.
3:22
Lap 47: The battle for the race lead is on with three laps to go. Laperle is all over the back bumper of Sweet’s No. 88vt.
3:22
Lap 45: Sweet leads Laperle, Dery, Polewarczyk, and Labbe. Lynch, Atkins, White, Davis, and MacDonald complete the top-10.
3:21
Lap 43: Laperle continues to close the gap. The lead is down to one car-length.
3:20
Lap 41: Polewarczyk to third. Laperle now closing the gap on Sweet up front.
3:20
Lap 39: Polewarczyk and Labbe side-by-side for fourth. Lynch goes around Atkins for sixth.
3:19
Lap 37: Polewarczyk has taken fifth from Atkins and now works underneath Labbe for fourth.
3:19
Lap 35: Sweet has established a big lead up front. Laperle has taken second from Dery as the battle for fourth heats up with Labbe, Polewarczyk, and Atkins.
3:18
Lap 33: Brandon Atkins on the move. He’s to the outside of Labbe for third.
3:18
Hoar\’s spin that brought out the last caution. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:17
Lap 31: Sweet leads Dery, Laperle, Labbe, and Atkins.
3:17
Lap 29: Labbe and Laperle make contact battling for third. Both drivers are able to save it.
3:17
GREEN FLAG: Sweet and Dery power into turn one. Sweet has the lead off of turn four.
3:14
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 28): Brian Hoar spins on the backstretch. There appears to be something wrong with the No. 37VT.
3:14
Lap 27: Brian Hoar slows down the backstretch. He seems to pick it up but slipped back to sixth.
3:13
Lap 25: Sweet takes sole possession of the lead. Laperle dives to the inside of Labbe to take fourth. He now looks under Dery for third.
3:12
GREEN FLAG: Hoar and Sweet go side-by-side into turn one. They stay that way down the backstretch.
3:11
3:11
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 23): Rejean Plante comes to a stop on the frontstretch and then makes his way to pit road just as the yellow flag flies.
3:10
GREEN FLAG: Sweet squeezes Hoar to the wall as they come to the green flag. Hoar saves it and powers off of turn two as the leader.
3:09
Robinson and Cyr spin. (Speed51.com Photo)
3:08
MacDonald has rejoined the field. Cyr remains on pit road.
3:05
YELLOW FLAG: Jean-Paul Cyr, Rowland Robinson, and Eddie MacDonald all spin in turn two.
3:05
Lap 22: White is up to sixth. Polewarczyk is under Therrien for seventh.
3:04
Lap 21: Dery works the outside of Labbe for third. Laperle is right there as well.
3:04
GREEN FLAG: Hoar and Sweet go side-by-side into turn one. Sweet with a nose out in front down the backstretch.
3:04
The field is crossed back over. Green flag next time by.
3:03
3:03
Kyle Welch’s team is reporting a broken brake line on his No. 9NH.
3:03
Current Top-10 (Lap 20 of 50):

1 37vt Brian Hoar
2 88vt Nick Sweet
3 48qc Alex Labbe
4 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
5 91qc Patrick Laperle
6 5vt Bobby Therrien
7 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
8 50me Jeff White
9 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
10 9me Emily Packard
3:01
Kyle Welch gives up a top-10 spot to head down pit road.
3:01
Prior to the caution coming out, Polewarczyk and White made contact down the backstretch.
3:01
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 20): Nick Lagoy comes to a stop on the frontstretch.
3:00
Lap 19: Labbe looks to the outside of Sweet for the second spot. They go door-to-door down the backstretch.
3:00
Lap 17: Sweet looks low on Hoar but can’t make it stick. Dery and Laperle are nose-to-tail for fourth.
2:59
Lap 16: Defending winner Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. is up to ninth.
2:59
Lap 15: Sweet looks inside, Sweet looks outside but can’t make the move just yet.
2:59
Lap 13: Sweet is all over the back bumper of Sweet. Labbe is also there as the top-three continue to battle for the lead.
2:58
Lap 11: The top-three are now nearly nose-to-tail. Dery takes fourth from Therrien. Laperle now to the outside of Therrien for fifth.
2:57
Lap 10: Hoar leads Sweet, Labbe, Therrien, and Dery. Laperle, Welch, Robinson, White, and Packard complete the top-10.
2:57
2:57
Lap 8: Sweet is now reeling in Hoar. He’s on his back bumper for the race lead.
2:57
Lap 7: Labbe to the outside of Therrien for the third spot.
2:56
Lap 5: Hoar is starting to check out from the rest of the field. Sweet has taken the third spot and now works the outside of Therrien for second. Give Sweet the spot.
2:56
Lap 4: Sweet and Labbe are door-to-door for the third spot.
2:55
GREEN FLAG: Hoar has the advantage on the outside and takes sole possession of the lead down the backstretch.
2:55
The field is crossed back over. Therrien on the inside, Hoar on the outside for the restart.
2:53
Bobby Therrien will be on the point for the restart.
2:52
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 2): Eric Chase spins in turn two.
2:52
Lap 2: Therrien and Hoar remain side-by-side with Hoar holding a slight advantage at the line.
2:52
GREEN FLAG: Therrien has the slight edge into turn one. He holds that advantage off of turn two.
2:51
2:51
Lights are out on the pace car. Green flag next time by.
2:51
Drivers are now being given hot laps to work heat into their tires.
2:48
This first segment will be 50 laps. Teams will then have a break to prepare their cars for the second segment, which is 75 laps in length.
2:47
2:47
Today’s Speed51.com’s Trackside Now coverage of the ACT International 300 from Airborne Speedway is presented by Goss Dodge Chrysler in Burlington, Vermont. The staff at Goss Dodge Chrysler is ready to help you purchase a new Dodge, Chrysler or used car in the Burlington region. When you visit their car dealership, expect the superior customer service that you deserve. With years of experience and training, the Goss Dodge Chrysler team will get you into the Dodge or Chrysler that was built for you. Get the new or used car by Dodge or Chrysler in the Burlington region that you have been dreaming of by calling or visiting Goss Dodge Chrysler today. They are located a stone’s throw from South Burlington, St. Albans and Middlebury VT. Click here to order it today.
2:47
ACT International 300 Segment #1 Lineup

1 37vt Brian Hoar
2 5vt Bobby Therrien
3 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
4 48qc Alex Labbe
5 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
6 88vt Nick Sweet
7 91qc Patrick Laperle
8 9nh Kyle Welch
9 9me Emily Packard
10 40vt Eric Chase
11 10ma John Falconi
12 17vt Lance Allen
13 4ny Brandon Atkins
14 50me Jeff White
15 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
16 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
17 91ct Patrick Emerling
18 17ma Eddie MacDonald
19 7ny Nick LaGoy
20 13vt Boomer Morris
21 34nh Todd Davis
22 7nc Ben Lynch
23 66vt Jason Corliss
24 58vt Jimmy Hebert
25 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
26 54vt Mike Ziter
27 9qc Rejean Plante
28 49nh Matt Anderson
2:46
28 American-Candian Tour Late Models have come to life on the Airborne Park Speedway frontstretch for the first segment of the ACT International 300.

2:40
Hometown favorite Brandon Atkins gets a big cheer from the crowd during driver intros. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:38
Polesitter Brian Hoar is ready to go. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:38
The field for today\’s ACT International 300. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:37
2:28
Brendan Moodie in Tiger Sportsman victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:26
The field for the first segment of the $25,000 to win ACT International 300 is now rolling onto the race track.
2:19
Brendan Moodie wins the second Tiger Sportsman feature and the overall event.
2:17
2:17
Brendan Moodie and Dylan Payea are side-by-side for the lead in the second Sportsman Modified segment. The winner of this race will be declared the winner of the overall event.
2:11
ACT International 300 Segment #1 Lineup

1 37vt Brian Hoar
2 5vt Bobby Therrien
3 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
4 48qc Alex Labbe
5 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
6 88vt Nick Sweet
7 91qc Patrick Laperle
8 9nh Kyle Welch
9 9me Emily Packard
10 40vt Eric Chase
11 10ma John Falconi
12 17vt Lance Allen
13 4ny Brandon Atkins
14 50me Jeff White
15 97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
16 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
17 91ct Patrick Emerling
18 17ma Eddie MacDonald
19 7ny Nick LaGoy
20 13vt Boomer Morris
21 34nh Todd Davis
22 7nc Ben Lynch
23 66vt Jason Corliss
24 58vt Jimmy Hebert
25 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
26 54vt Mike Ziter
27 9qc Rejean Plante
28 49nh Matt Anderson
2:10
2:06
ProCam Truck qualifying heats are now underway. (Speed51.com Photo)
2:02
Ziter and Plante make contact during the consolation race. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:58
ACT International 300 Consolation Race Unofficial Finish

1 4ny Brandon Atkins
2 91ct Patrick Emerling
3 7nc Ben Lynch
4 13vt Boomer Morris
5 66vt Jason Corliss
6 58vt Jimmy Hebert
7 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
8 54vt Mike Ziter
9 9qc Rejean Plante
10 49nh Matt Anderson
1:53
1:53
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1:53
CHECKERED FLAG: Brandon Atkins wins the ACT International 300 consolation race.
1:52
WHITE FLAG: Lynch is closing in on Emerling for second.
1:52
Lap 7: Hebert and Bouvrette are now battling for the sixth spot.
1:51
Lap 6: Atkins with a big lead over Emerling up front. Lynch, Morris, Corliss, Hebert, Bouvrette, Plante, Ziter, and Anderson follow.
1:51
Lap 5: Lynch goes to the inside of Morris for the third spot.
1:50
Lap 3: Hebert is up sixth and closing in on Corliss for fifth.
1:50
Lap 2: Corliss and Lynch door-to-door for fifth.
1:50
GREEN FLAG: Atkins with the advantage on the outside as the field drives into turn one.
1:49
ACT International 300 Consolation Race Lineup

1 91ct Patrick Emerling
2 4ny Brandon Atkins
3 13vt Boomer Morris
4 66vt Jason Corliss
5 7nc Ben Lynch
6 9qc Rejean Plante
7 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
8 54vt Mike Ziter
9 58vt Jimmy Hebert
10 49nh Matt Anderson
1:49
The ACT International 300 Consi is now on the track. 10 cars, top-four to carry over their plus/minus from the qualifying heat.
1:45
Nick Heywood wins the first 25-lap Sportsman Modified feature over Jason Durgan and Jessey Mueller.
1:43
1:38
13 Sportsman Modifieds and 11 Tiger Sportsman.
1:38
Comment From Floyd

How many cars in the other divisions there today?

1:36
Nick Sweet looks to the inside of Eddie MacDonald in the third ACT qualifying heat. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:36
1:35
Sportsman Modifieds are now on the track for the first of two 25-lap segment races.
1:34
Brian Hoar looks to make it four-wide in the second qualifying heat race. (Speed51.com Photo)
1:33
Brendan Moodie wins the first Tiger Sportsman segment over Dylan Payea.
1:25
1:24
The first of two 20-lap Tiger Sportsman segments is now on the track.
1:22
ACT International 300 Qualifying Heat #3 Unofficial Finish

1 88vt Nick Sweet
2 91qc Patrick Laperle
3 17ma Eddie MacDonald
4 5vt Bobby Therrien
5 34nh Todd Davis
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 13vt Boomer Morris
8 9qc Rejean Plante
1:21
Lap 8: Sweet leads Laperle, MacDonald, Davis, Therrien, Cyr, Morris, and Plante.
1:20
CHECKERED FLAG: Nick Sweet wins the final qualifying heat race for today’s ACT International 300.
1:19
WHITE FLAG: Laperle is closing in on the back bumper of Sweet with one lap to go.
1:19
Lap 8: Sweet leads Laperle, MacDonald, Davis, Therrien, Cyr, Morris, and Plante.
1:18
Lap 6: Sweet takes the race lead and Laperle now shoots to the bottom of MacDonald for second.
1:18
Lap 5: Sweet finds a hole to the inside of MacDonald and fills it. The two drivers go side-by-side down the backstretch.
1:18
Lap 4: Laperle now working the bottom of Davis for the third spot. Therrien and Cyr are also door-to-door for fifth.
1:17
Lap 2: Sweet slides to the inside of Davis and the battle for second is on.
1:17
GREEN FLAG: MacDonald has the advantage as the field powers into turn one. Davis tries to battle back on the outside.
1:16
No-go on the first attempt at the green flag.
1:16
ACT International 300 Qualifying Heat #3 Lineup

1 17ma Eddie MacDonald
2 34nh Todd Davis
3 88vt Nick Sweet
4 91qc Patrick Laperle
5 13vt Boomer Morris
6 9qc Rejean Plante
7 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
8 5vt Bobby Therrien
1:15
1:15
ACT International 300 Qualifying Heat #2 Unofficial Finish

1 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
2 37vt Brian Hoar
3 9nh Kyle Welch
4 7ny Nick LaGoy
5 10ma John Falconi
6 17vt Lance Allen
7 4ny Brandon Atkins
8 7nc Ben Lynch
9 54vt Mike Ziter
10 49nh Matt Anderson
1:14
CHECKERED FLAG: Jean-Francois Dery wins the second ACT qualifying heat.
1:13
Lap 9: Atkins is stalking the back bumper of Allen and Falconi for the final transfer spot.
1:13
Lap 7: Dery has a big lead over Hoar, but Hoar currently carries a +8 plus/minus rating.
1:12
Lap 5: Hoar to the outside of Welch for third and continues the momentum to go around LaGoy for second.
1:12
1:12
Lap 4: Allen and Falconi battling for the fifth spot.
1:11
Lap 3: Dery leads the way with LaGoy and Welch chasing. Hoar is up to fourth after starting ninth.
1:11
Lap 2: Four-wide down the backstretch with Hoar, Atkins, Allen, and Falconi.
1:11
GREEN FLAG: Anderson and LaGoy power into turn one. Dery wastes no time and powers under Anderson to make it three-wide.
1:10
ACT International 300 Qualifying Heat #2 Lineup

1 49nh Matt Anderson
2 7ny Nick Lagoy
3 21qc Jean-Francois Dery
4 7nc Ben Lynch
5 9nh Kyle Welch
6 10ma John Falconi
7 17vt Lance Allen
8 4ny Brandon Atkins
9 37vt Brian Hoar
10 54vt Mike Ziter
1:10
ACT International 300 Qualifying Heat #1 Unofficial Finish

1 48qc Alex Labbe
2 50me Jeff White
3 97nh Joey Polewarczyk
4 9me Emily Packard
5 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
6 40vt Eric Chase
7 91ct Patrick Emerling
8 66vt Jason Corliss
9 58vt Jimmy Hebert
10 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
1:08
CHECKERED FLAG: Alex Labbe wins the first ACT qualifying heat.
1:08
WHITE FLAG: Robinson up fifth.
1:08
Lap 8: Polewarczyk looks under White for second and the top-three nearly go three-wide into turn three.
1:07
Lap 6: The top-two remain door-to-door at the line. Labbe takes the advantage as they power through the turn.
1:06
GREEN FLAG: White and Labbe are dead even into turn one.
1:06
1:05
YELLOW FLAG (Lap 4): Bouvrette and Hebert spin on the backstretch. Both drivers will be sent back to the pit area for the remainder of the heat race.
1:05
Lap 4: Bouvrette and Hebert make contact. Bouvrette doesn’t like the contact and puts his nose under Hebert down the backstretch.
1:04
Lap 4: Labbe is now chasing down White. He’s on his back bumper for the spot.
1:04
Lap 2: Labbe to the outside of Bouvrette for second. He takes the spot. Polewarczyk now looks to power to the inside of Bouvrette.
1:03
GREEN FLAG: Bouvrette and White go side-by-side into turn one. White has the advantage down the backstretch.
1:02
The field is crossed over. One to go at the line.
1:02
ACT International 300 Heat #1 Lineup

1 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
2 50me Jeff White
3 97nh Joey Polewarczyk
4 48qc Alex Labbe
5 58vt Jimmy Hebert
6 9me Emily Packard
7 91ct Patrick Emerling
8 40vt Eric Chase
9 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
10 66vt Jason Corliss
1:01
The first ACT qualifying heat is now rolling onto the track.
1:00
12:59
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12:43
Heat one lines up in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:38
There will be three 10-lap qualifying heats each qualifying six drivers. There will then be two 10-lap consolation races qualifying four each.
12:32
Tom Curley directs the driver\’s meeting. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:27
12:26
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12:26
We’re headed to the driver’s meeting and will have more shortly.
12:24
J.F. Dery at speed during final practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:22
ACT International 300 Final Practice Results

1 21qc Jean-Francois Dery 17.251
2 4ny Brandon Atkins 17.290
3 91qc Patrick Laperle 17.305
4 17ma Eddie MacDonald 17.363
5 37vt Brian Hoar 17.398
6 9me Emily Packard 17.402
7 5vt Bobby Therrien 17.429
8 48qc Alex Labbe 17.496
9 88vt Nick Sweet 17.500
10 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 17.507
11 7nc Ben Lynch 17.529
12 34nh Todd Davis 17.538
13 66vt Jason Corliss 17.566
14 50me Jeff White 17.566
15 9nh Kyle Welch 17.603
16 7ny Nick LaGoy 17.664
17 10ma John Falconi 17.740
18 54vt Mike Ziter 17.750
19 40vt Eric Chase 17.756
20 17vt Lance Allen 17.780
21 91ct Patrick Emerling 17.784
22 49nh Matt Anderson 18.127
12:19
Jean-Francois Dery, who led the way in the first practice session on Saturday, was fastest in the final ACT practice.
12:17
Final practice for today’s $25,000 to win ACT International 300 has come to an end.
12:10
12:07
Hoar, White, and Anderson are the only cars on the track with ten minutes remaining in final practice.
12:03
Speed51.com also caught up with Eddie MacDonald and he told us that his team is still looking for speed today. MacDonald was 13th on the speed chart last practice and his team planned to make more swings at the car before final practice.

“We’ll keep working on it and we’ll get it or eventually run out of time,” said MacDonald.

12:02
Patrick Laperle at speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
12:00
Corliss, Atkins, Packard, Sweet, White, and Dery are on the track halfway through final practice.
11:58
11:53
Speed51.com caught up with Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. just before this final practice and he told us that he feels as though his car is good on the longer runs despite not being at the top of the speed chart today. His crew planned to make minor adjustments before this final practice.
11:53
Maine driver Jeff White at speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:48
Sweet, Laperle, Welch, Falconi, and Labbe now on track.
11:45
Late Models are now rolling onto the track for final practice. Dery, Lynch, Davis, Atkins, and Allen are the first on the track.
11:44
11:41
Jessey Mueller at speed during Sportsman Modified practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:40
Claude Leclerc has blown the motor under the hood of his No. 11QC and has been forced to withdraw his entry for today’s event.
11:38
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11:27
Tiger Sportsman practice is now wrapping up and the Sportsman Modifieds will be on the track next before final ACT practice.
11:21
Patrick Laperle waits for final practice to begin. (Speed51.com Photo)
11:17
11:17
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11:17
Tiger Sportsman are now on the track for their second round of practice.
11:09
ACT International Practice #2 Results

1 37vt Brian Hoar 17.118
2 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette 17.314
3 58vt Jimmy Hebert 17.315
4 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr. 17.326
5 88vt Nick Sweet 17.358
6 97nh Joey Polewarczyk 17.360
7 91qc Patrick Laperle 17.376
8 7nc Ben Lynch 17.436
9 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 17.440
10 4ny Brandon Atkins 17.453
11 48qc Alex Labbe 17.480
12 5vt Bobby Therrien 17.481
13 17ma Eddie MacDonald 17.483
14 9me Emily Packard 17.532
15 11qc Claude Leclerc 17.539
16 40vt Eric Chase 17.567
17 91ct Patrick Emerling 17.570
18 50me Jeff White 17.571
19 7ny Mark LaGoy 17.584
20 10ma John Falconi 17.603
21 21qc Jean-Francois Dery 17.616
22 9nh Kyle Welch 17.620
23 34nh Todd Davis 17.689
24 9qc Rejean Plante 17.747
25 17vt Lance Allen 17.754
26 13vt Jim Morris 17.754
27 66vt Jason Corliss 17.790
28 49nh Matt Anderson 19.590
29 54vt Mike Ziter 21.189
11:05
Brian Hoar led the way once again in the second ACT International practice session. Bouvrette, Hebert, Robinson, and Sweet rounded out the top-five.
11:02
11:02
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11:02
The second ACT practice session has come to an end. ProCam Truck practice is up next.
10:58
Chase, Dery, Sweet, Therrien, and Atkins are now on the track with just a few minutes remaining in the second ACT practice session.
10:55
ACT International 300 Roster

4ny Brandon Atkins
5vt Bobby Therrien
7nc Ben Lynch
7ny Nick Lagoy
9me Emily Packard
9nh Kyle Welch
9qc Christopher Bedard
10ma John Falconi
11qc Claude Leclerc
13vt Boomer Morris
17ma Eddie MacDonald
17vt Lance Allen
21qc Jean-Francois Dery
28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
34nh Todd Davis
37vt Brian Hoar
40vt Eric Chase
41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
48qc Alex Labbe
50vt Jeff White
54vt Mike Ziter
58vt Jimmy Hebert
66vt Jason Corliss
88vt Nick Sweet
91ct Patrick Emerling
91qc Patrick Laperle
97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
10:52
Nick LaGoy leads John Falconi through turn two during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:50
Labbe, Therrien, Bouvrette, Falconi, and Dery are now on track.
10:45
10:45
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10:44
Patrick Emerling enters today’s race after finishing seventh in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at Monadnock Speedway (NH) last night.
10:42
White, LaGoy, Ziter, Bourvrette, Emerling, and Chase among those now on the track.
10:42
Claude Leclerc (11) and Emily Packard (9) door-to-door. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:40
10:40
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10:36
White, Welch, Davis, Lynch, Laperle, Leclerc, Therrien, Allen, and Robinson among those currently on the track.
10:33
Late Models are now rolling onto the track for their second practice session.
10:32
Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. gets strapped in for practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:22
Jeff White chats with Tom Curley in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)
10:20
Sportsman Modifieds are now on the track for practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:58
Nick Sweet chases Eric Chase through turn two during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:49
9:49
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9:49
Tiger Sportsman are now on the track for their first practice session.
9:40
ACT International 300 Practice #1 Results

1 37vt Brian Hoar 17.096
2 91qc Patrick Laperle 17.263
3 21qc Jean-Francois Dery 17.331
4 88vt Nick Sweet 17.331
5 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 17.337
6 41qc Jonathan Bouvrette 17.345
7 97nh Joey Polewarczyk 17.371
8 5vt Bobby Therrien 17.379
9 40vt Nick Sweet 17.380
10 34nh Todd Davis 17.424
11 50me Jeff White 17.430
12 17ma Eddie MacDonald 17.431
13 48qc Alex Labbe 17.431
14 9me Emily Packard 17.450
15 4ny Brandon Atkins 17.475
16 9nh Kyle Welch 17.478
17 58vt Jimmy Hebert 17.511
18 91ct Patrick Emerling 17.535
19 7nc Ben Lynch 17.537
20 11qc Claude Leclerc 17.589
21 28me Rowland Robinson, Jr. 17.625
22 10ma John Falconi 17.661
23 17vt Lance Allen 17.719
24 7ny Nick LaGoy 17.800
25 66vt Jason Corliss 17.814
26 54vt Mike Ziter 17.859
27 9qc Rejan Plante 18.003
28 49nh Matt Anderson 19.258

 

9:35
Brian Hoar led the way in the first practice session with a fast lap of 17.096 seconds, the fastest lap of the weekend. Patrick Laperle, J.F Dery, Nick Sweet, and Jean-Paul Cyr complete the top-five.
9:34
Brian Hoar and Patrick Laperle exit turn two during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:32
9:32
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9:32
The first ACT Late Model practice has come an end. We’ll let you know who was fast when that information becomes available to us.
9:31
Lynch, Emerling, and Plante are the three cars on the track as practice comes to an end.
9:25
Nick Sweet makes his first laps of the day. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:24
9:24
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9:23
Laperle, Hoar, Therrien, White, Hebert, and Plante are currently making laps with just under ten minutes remaining in this first practice session.
9:19
Brandon Atkins was the fastest car on the track during yesterday\’s open practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:18
Davis, Anderson, Lynch, Plante, MacDonald, and Falconi are among those currently on track.
9:13
9:13
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9:13
Sweet, Cyr, Ziter, Packard, and LaGoy are now on track.
9:09
Eddie MacDonald at speed. (Speed51.com Photo)
9:00
Cars are now rolling onto the track for the start of first practice. Hebert, Welch, Davis, Dery, Falconi, and Allen are all on track.
8:59
Cars are now lining up on pit road for the start of the first practice session. Jimmy Hebert will be the first car out.
8:58
Race day is here! Practice starts in 5 minutes. Racing starts at 1:00pm! American-Canadian Tour @ACTTour fb.me/2JRYg6RN2
8:57
Bobby Therrien get ready for practice at Airborne. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:57
8:56
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8:52
ACT Late Models are going through technical inspection and will hit the track in just ten minutes for the first of three practice sessions.
8:50
Jimmy Hebert prepares his car for practice. (Speed51.com Photo)
8:38
8:38
Kyle Busch returns to Autodrome Chaudiere in Valley Junction, Quebec, Canada on Tuesday, August 5th. Busch will be part of round two of the PASS Triple Crown Series. Click here to order it today.
8:35
Matt Anderson has also arrived in the No. 49NH entry bringing the total car count to 29 as of 8:30am.
8:34
Who will take home $25,000 and the big trophy today? (Speed51.com Photo)
8:31
Today’s Schedule of Events

8:00am – Pre-Tech Opens
9:00am – Front Gate Opens
9:00am – ACT Late Model Practice #1
9:30am – ProCam Trucks Practice #1
9:45am – Tiger Sportsman Practice #1
10:15am – Sportsman Modified Practice #1
10:30am – ACT Late Model Practice #2
11:00am – ProCam Trucks Practice #2
11:15am – Tiger Sportsman Practice #2
11:30am – Sportsman Modified Practice #2
11:45am – ACT Late Model Final Practice
12:15pm – Close Track – Final Inspection
12:20pm – Drivers Meeting
1:00pm – Qualifying Heats Begin
-ACT International Heats (+/-)
-Tiger Sportsman Twin 25 #1
-Sportsman Modified Heats
-ACT International Consi(s)
-ProCam Truck Heats
-ACT International Last Chance Race
-Tiger Twin 25 #2
-ACT International Segment #1 (50 laps)
-Intermission
-Sportsman Modified Feature (50 laps)
-ACT International Segment #2 (75 laps)
-ProCam Truck Feature (50 laps)
-ACT International Segment #3 (75 laps)
-Victory Lane (approx. 6pm ET)

8:25
8:25
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8:22
ACT International Driver Roster (As of 8:00 AM)

4ny Brandon Atkins
5vt Bobby Therrien
7nc Ben Lynch
7ny Nick Lagoy
9me Emily Packard
9nh Kyle Welch
9qc Christopher Bedard
10ma John Falconi
11qc Claude Leclerc
13vt Boomer Morris
17ma Eddie MacDonald
17vt Lance Allen
21qc Jean-Francois Dery
28me Rowland Robinson, Jr.
32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
34nh Todd Davis
37vt Brian Hoar
40vt Eric Chase
41qc Jonathan Bouvrette
48qc Alex Labbe
50vt Jeff White
54vt Mike Ziter
58vt Jimmy Hebert
66vt Jason Corliss
88vt Nick Sweet
91ct Patrick Emerling
91qc Patrick Laperle
97nh Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.
8:21
So far this morning, five additional cars have come through the gates. Nick Sweet, Eric Chase, Emily Packard, Jason Corliss, and Jean-Paul are all here for the first time this weekend.
8:16
8:16
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8:16
23 cars attended an optional practice session yesterday afternoon here at Airborne Park Speedway. Brandon Atkins led the way over Brian Hoar after five practice session.

A full replay of yesterday’s action can be found by visiting Speed51.com’s on-demand Trackside Now coverage:

http://speed51.com/tracksid…

8:11
Late Model teams are unloading in the pit area. (Speed51.com Photo)
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Good morning from Airborne Park Speedway located near Lake Champlain in upstate New York. Welcome into today’s coverage of the $25,000 to win ACT International 300 for the American-Canadian Tour Late Models.

Today’s schedule features three ACT practice sessions, qualifying heats, and the three segments of 50, 75, and 75 laps that will make up the ACT International 300.

It’s a beautiful day for racing here in New York with temperatures expected to rise into the low 80’s before race time.

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Trackside Now: ACT International 300 at Airborne (NY) – 7/20/14