5:48

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5:48

That will conclude our coverage from the “nation’s site of excitement” Thunder Road Speedbowl. Congratulations to Travis Stearns and Richard Green Racing on their first American-Canadian Tour win.

From all of us at Speed51, thank you to everyone who tuned into our coverage of the Labor Day Classic.

 

5:44

Labor Day Classic 200 Unofficial Results

1 16me Travis Stearns
2 37vt Brian Hoar
3 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
4 44vt Dave Pembroke
5 88vt Nick Sweet
6 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
7 68vt Brooks Clark
8 99vt Cody Blake
9 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
10 58vt Jimmy Hebert
11 66vt Jason Corliss
12 6vt Cris Michaud
13 85vt Trampas Demers
14 18vt Jamie Fisher
15 89vt Scott Payea
16 27vt Kyle Pembroke
17 55vt Brent Dragon
18 7nc Ben Lynch
19 17vt Lance Allen
20 10vt Josh Demers
21 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
22 1vt Brett Wheeler
23 7me Glen Luce
24 9me Emily Packard
25 40vt Eric Chase
26 5vt Bobby Therrien
27 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
28 9vt Chip Grenier
29 17ri Ray Parent
30 50vt Jay Laquerre

 

5:40

Speed51 talked to Travis Stearns after the race and he explained to us how big this win is for his team:

“It’s huge. It really hasn’t sank in. This team doesn’t like to lose. We don’t like to run bad and it was really starting to get tough there for awhile. I didn’t think the win would come here, but we’ll take it that’s for sure.”

 

5:28

Wayne Heliwell Jr. (3rd), Travis Stearns (1st), and Brian Hoar (2nd) in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:26

Stearns said in victory lane that the team was hoping a win would come soon, but he never expected it to be here at Thunder Road. He said the team has struggled with the track in the past, but his crew gave him an awesome car for today’s event.

 

5:25

Travis Stearns and crew celebrate their Labor Day Classic win in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:22

Comment From Tucker Williams 

Wow, I bet nobody picked him to win today! Congrats to Richard, Joey, and the boys!

 

5:14

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YES! congrats to Travis Stearns and crew!

 

5:14

That is the first career American-Canadian Tour victory for Travis Stearns. Brian Hoar finishes second with Wayne Heliwell Jr., Dave Pembroke, and Nick Sweet rounding out the top-five.

 

5:13

CHECKERED FLAG: Hoar dives it to the inside of Stearns coming off of turn four, but Stearns holds him off. Travis Stearns wins the 35th Annual Labor Day Classic.

 

5:12

WHITE FLAG: Stearns still with a bit of breathing room as the approach the lapped car of Ben Lynch.

 

5:12

Lap 195: Pembroke takes fourth from Pole. Sweet now works the inside of Pole for fifth.

 

5:11

Lap 192: Stearns seems to be extending his lead now as he puts Lance Allen down another lap.

 

5:11

Lap 190: Stearns continues to lead. He now has a car-length between himself and Hoar as they approach lapped traffic.

 

5:10

Lap 189: Pembroke looks under Polewarczyk for fourth.

 

5:10

Lap 188: Hoar takes a try at using the inside lane, knowing that he will probably need to use it to get by Stearns for the lead.

 

5:09

Lap 187: Hoar all over the back bumper of Stearns for the race lead.

 

5:09

Lap 185: Pembroke under Clark for fifth.

 

5:09

Lap 183: Hoar is within a car-length of Stearns.

 

5:08

Lap 180: Pembroke under Blake for sixth.

 

5:07

Lap 177: Up front, Hoar has closed the gap to about two-car lengths.

 

5:07

Lap 174: Clark takes the fifth spot from Blake. Pembroke now up to seventh.

 

5:06

Lap 171: Stearns continues to lead by roughly three-car lengths over Hoar. Nearly a half-straightaway back to Heliwell in third.

 

5:05

Lap 166: Hoar is starting to close the gap between himself and Stearns. It’s down to about three-car lengths.

 

5:04

Lap 165: Stearns, Hoar, Heliwell, Polewarczyk, Blake, Sweet, Clark, O’Donnell, Pembroke, and Michaud.

 

5:03

Lap 158: Hoar gets by the lapped car of Trampas Demers. A half-straightaway now separates him from Stearns.

 

5:03

Lap 157: Polewarczyk to the outside of Blake for fourth.

 

5:02

Lap 154: There’s a large gap for Hoar to make up between himself and leader Travis Stearns.

 

5:02

Lap 153: Hoar under Heliwell for second after Heliwell struggled with the lapped car of Jamie Fisher.

 

5:01

Lap 150: Stearns, Heliwell, Hoar, Blake, Polearczyk, Sweet, O’Donnell, Clark, Pembroke, and Michaud.

 

5:00

Lap 146: Stearns continues to build his lead as Heliwell battles the lapped car of Demers.

 

5:00

Lap 144: Hoar begins to close the gap between himself and Heliwell.

 

4:59

Lap 142: Blake and Hoar resume their battle for the third spot after the restart.

 

4:58

GREEN FLAG: Stearns leads the field into turn one. He has the lapped cars of Fisher and Demers between himself and second place Wayne Heliwell Jr.

 

4:58

Word from the pit area is that Emily Packard is done for the day.

 

4:57

Jimmy Hebert returns from the pit area after suffering damage to the rear end of his machine.

 

4:55

With 140 laps complete, Travis Stearns leads Wayne Heliwell Jr., Brian Hoar, Cody Blake, Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Brooks Clark, Nick Sweet, Derrick O’Donnell, Dave Pembroke, and Cris Michaud.

 

4:54

The incident started when Hebert got loose off of turn four and tagged the outside wall. He came back down towards the middle of the track and collected a group of cars.

 

4:54

Lap 140: Huge wreck on the frontstretch. Hebert, Luce, Lynch, Packard, J. Demers, and Allen involved.

 

4:53

Lap 139: Hoar and Blake continue to battle door-to-door third.

 

4:53

Lap 137: Stearns puts Fisher one lap down.

 

4:52

Lap 136: Polewarczyk around Hebert for fifth.

 

4:52

Lap 133: Hoar works the inside of Blake for third.

 

4:51

Lap 130: Stearns, Heliwell, Blake, Hoar, Hebert, Polewarczyk, Clark, Sweet, O’Donnell, and Pembroke.

 

4:51

Lap 127: Jamie Fisher, who started on the inside of the second row on the restart, has been able to pull away a bit from the leaders. He remains on the lead lap.

 

4:50

Lap 125: Stearns has the lapped cars of Demers and Dragon between himself and Heliwell.

 

4:49

Lap 123: Stearns works the outside of Dragon. Dragon goes one lap down.

 

4:49

Lap 119: Brian Hoar is stuck on the outside behind the lapped car of Emily Packard. Heliwell to second. Blake to third. Hoar drops back to fourth.

 

4:48

Lap 117: Stearns was able to use a lapped car as a pick and get under Hoar for the race lead. He now has three cars between himself and Hoar.

 

4:48

GREEN FLAG: Dragon leads the field into turn one. Stearns looks to the inside of Hoar for the race lead.

 

4:47

Dragon and Packard will make up the front row on the restart. Both cars are on the tail end of the lead lap. Fisher, also a lap down will start third with leader Brian Hoar starting on the outside of the second row.

 

4:46

Pembroke is requiring the service of a push track to get his car rolling. He will join the rear of the field.

 

4:46

When we got back to green it will be: Hoar, Stearns, Sweet, Heliwell, Michaud, Blake, Clark, Hebert, Pole, O’Donnell, Corliss, Luce, and Pembroke.

 

4:44

Dave Pembroke stalls his car coming out of the pit area.

 

4:44

Nick Sweet comes out of the pits in third.

 

4:44

Brian Hoar wins the battle out of the pit area. Travis Stearns follows him.

 

4:43

Brent Dragon and Emily Packard are the only cars to stay out under caution. Everyone else hits pit road for tires.

 

4:42

Current Running Order – Lap 116

1 44vt Dave Pembroke
2 37vt Brian Hoar
3 16me Travis Stearns
4 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
5 99vt Cody Blake
6 88vt Nick Sweet
7 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
8 68vt Brooks Clark
9 6vt Cris Michaud
10 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
11 7me Glen Luce
12 66vt Jason Corliss
13 58vt Jimmy Hebert
14 40vt Eric Chase
15 5vt Bobby Therrien

 

4:38

Bobby Therrien will go the rear of the field for his involvement in the incident.

 

4:38

YELLOW FLAG: Eric Chase and Josh Demers make contact in turn one. Brian Hoar barely avoids making contact as cars were slowing.

 

4:38

Lap 115: Stearns has held off Blake in the battle for the third spot. O’Donnell now battles Blake for fourth.

 

4:37

Lap 111: T. Demers, J. Demers, Fisher, and Payea have all been lapped by Pembroke.

 

4:36

Lap 109: Stearns, Blake, Sweet, and O’Donnell continue to battle door-to-door for third, fourth, and fifth.

 

4:36

Stearns, Blake, Sweet, and O’Donnell battle for position. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:35

Lap 105: Pembroke has nearly a half-straightaway advantage over Hoar.

 

4:34

HALFWAY: Pembroke leads Hoar, Stearns, Blake, Sweet, O’Donnell, Pole, Clark, Michaud, and Cyr.

 

4:33

Lap 96: Stearns and Blake side-by-side for third. Sweet and O’Donnell side-by-side for fifth.

 

4:32

Lap 93: Stearns continues to hold onto third despite heavy pressure from Blake, O’Donnell, and Sweet. Throw a blanket over third, fourth, fifth, and sixth.

 

4:32

Lap 92: Emily Packard goes one lap down.

 

4:32

Lap 89: Blake to the inside of Stearns for third. They battle for the third spot with O’Donnell and Sweet close behind.

 

4:31

Lap 85: Pembroke, Hoar, Stearns, Blake, O’Donnell, Sweet, Polewarczyk, Clark, Michaud, and Cyr.

 

4:30

Lap 81: Hoar under Stearns for second.

 

4:29

Lap 80: Wheeler, Lynch, and Allen all go one lap down.

 

4:29

Lap 78: Chip Grenier pulls his machine to the infield. We stay green.

 

4:29

Lap 73: Sweet under Polewarczyk for seventh. Clark is now under attack from Sweet for the sixth spot.

 

4:27

Lap 71: Hoar is beginning to reel in Stearns for the second spot.

 

4:27

Lap 70: O’Donnell has taken sixth from Polewarczyk. He now works the inside of Clark for fifth.

 

4:26

Lap 68: Rowland Robinson Jr. goes one lap down.

 

4:26

Lap 64: O’Donnell now works the inside of Polewarczyk for sixth.

 

4:25

Lap 61: Sweet is all over O’Donnell for the seventh spot. He’s tried the inside, the outside, and everything in between in an attempt to take the position.

 

4:24

Lap 56: Stearns has started to close back in on Pembroke.

 

4:23

Lap 51: Pemborke, Stearns, Hoar, Blake, Clark, Polewarczyk, O’Donnell, Sweet, Michaud, and Cyr are your top-ten.

 

4:22

Lap 50: Sweet now works the outside of O’Donnell for seventh.

 

4:22

Lap 48: Polewarczyk to the outside of O’Donnell for sixth. He started the race in the 14th spot.

 

4:21

Lap 44: Stearns has fallen in line behind Pembroke.

 

4:20

Lap 42: Cyr and O’Donnell battle for sixth. Polewarczyk and Michaud battle for eighth.

 

4:20

Lap 40: Stearns continues to work the outside of Pembroke for the race lead.

 

4:19

Lap 39: Blake and Clark door-to-door for the fourth spot.

 

4:19

GREEN FLAG: Pembroke with the advantage into turn one. Stearns battles back on the outside and nearly pulls even down the backstretch.

 

4:18

Ben Lynch, Ray Parent, Rowland Robinson Jr., Jay Laquerre, and Lance Allen hit pit road.

 

4:17

Current Running Order – 37 laps complete

1 44vt Dave Pembroke
2 16me Travis Stearns
3 37vt Brian Hoar
4 68vt Brooks Clark
5 99vt Cody Blake
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 6vt Cris Michaud
8 85vt Trampas Demers
9 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
10 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
11 40vt Eric Chase
12 88vt Nick Sweet
13 66vt Jason Corliss
14 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
15 7me Glen Luce
16 58vt Jimmy Hebert
17 9vt Chip Grenier
18 55vt Brent Dragon
19 18vt Jamie Fisher
20 89vt Scott Payea
21 5vt Bobby Therrien
22 1vt Brett Wheeler
23 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
24 7nc Ben Lynch
25 27vt Kyle Pembroke
26 9me Emily Packard
27 10vt Josh Demers
28 17vt Jason Allen
29 17ri Ray Parent
30 50vt Jay Laquerre

 

4:14

YELLOW FLAG: Lance Allen sits sideways in the middle of turn two.

 

4:13

Lap 36: Hoar now using the top-side of the track and is starting to close in on Stearns.

 

4:13

Lap 35: Polewarczyk around Chase for 10th.

 

4:12

Lap 33: Hoar and Clark continue to battle side-by-side for third.

 

4:12

Lap 31: Hoar races under Clark for the third spot.

 

4:12

Lap 30: Polewarczyk up to the 12th spot.

 

4:11

Lap 28: Pembroke, Stearns, Clark, Hoar, Blake, Cyr, Michaud, Demers, O’Donnell, and Chase.

 

4:11

Lap 26: Stearns takes the second position and is now reeling in Pembroke for the race lead.

 

4:10

Lap 24: Stearns now to the outside of Clark for the second spot. They battle door-to-door.

 

4:10

Lap 22: Stearns to the outside of Hoar for third.

 

4:10

Lap 21: Stearns now finding something that works on the outside. He uses the outside lane to take fourth from Blake.

 

4:09

Lap 19: Clark around Blake for third. He now bolts to the top-side of the track and takes the second spot from Hoar.

 

4:09

Lap 15: The top-two in points, Heliwell and Polewarczyk, currently hold the 14th and 15th positions.

 

4:08

Lap 13: Stearns takes the sixth spot from Demers, he now looks to the outside of Cyr for fifth.

 

4:07

Lap 10: Using the high side of the track Clark now looks to take the fourth spot away from Cyr.

 

4:07

Lap 8: Clark takes the sixth spot. He now works the outside of Demers for fifth.

 

4:06

Lap 6: Up front, Pembroke has about a two-car length advantage over Hoar with another two-car lengths back to third place Cody Blake.

 

4:06

Lap 5: Clark on the outside of Stearns for sixth.

 

4:06

Lap 4: Cyr takes the fifth spot. He now looks to the outside of Demers for fourth.

 

4:05

Lap 2: They are single file back to the fifth position where Stearns and Cyr battle for position.

 

4:05

GREEN FLAG: Pembroke gets the jump on Hoar into turn one. He holds a slight advantage down the backstretch. Pembroke lead lap 1.

 

4:04

Lights are off on the pace car. Green next time by.

 

4:04

ACT Labor Day Classic 200 Feature Line-up

1 37vt Brian Hoar
2 44vt Dave Pembroke
3 99vt Cody Blake
4 85vt Trampas Demers
5 16me Travis Stearns
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 6vt Cris Michaud
8 68vt Brooks Clark
9 9vt Chip Grenier
10 66vt Jason Corliss
11 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
12 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
13 40vt Eric Chase
14 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
15 7me Glen Luce
16 58vt Jimmy Hebert
17 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
18 88vt Nick Sweet
19 1vt Brett Wheeler
20 18vt Jamie Fisher
21 55vt Brent Dragon
22 17vt Lance Allen
23 50vt Jay Laquerre
24 27vt Kyle Pembroke
25 5vt Bobby Therrien
26 89vt Scott Payea
27 9me Emily Packard
28 7nc Ben Lynch
29 10vt Josh Demers
30 17ri Ray Parent

 

4:03

A great crowd has packed the hills of Thunder Road Speedbowl for today’s race. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

4:03

Fans wave to their favorite drivers during the wave-by lap. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:59

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3:59

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3:59

Drivers are strapped in, the command to fire engines has been given, battle flags are being presented, and we’re ready for the 35th Annual Labor Day Classic.

 

3:52

Brian Hoar gets introduced to the crowd here at Thunder Road. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:43

Joey Pole is looking to add another big win to his collection today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:41

Travis Stearns stands in front of his car during driver intros. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:39

The field for today’s event. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:38

Spotters pick their spots for today’s race. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

3:34

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3:34

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3:33

The winner of today’s 50/50 winner receives boo’s from the rest of the crowd here at Thunder Road after saying, “this is my first time here” over the PA system.

 

3:31

Joe Steffen wins the 35-lap Tiger Sportsman feature. The Labor Day Classic 200 is up next.

 

3:13

Tiger Sportsman are on the track now for their 35-lap feature. 21 cars will take the green flag.

 

3:08

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3:08

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3:08

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3:06

Donnie Yates wins a wild 25-lap Street Stock feature.

 

3:01

Red Flag in the street stock feature. Al Maynard rolls twice over the turn three banking. He is out of his car under his own power.

 

2:58

Street Stock driver Keith Fortier just jumped out of his car under caution in turn three and made adjustments under the hood of his car. Put that under the list of “things you may have never seen at a race track before”.

 

2:55

Labor Day Classic 200 Feature Line-up

1 37vt Brian Hoar
2 44vt Dave Pembroke
3 99vt Cody Blake
4 85vt Trampas Demers
5 16me Travis Stearns
6 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
7 6vt Cris Michaud
8 68vt Brooks Clark
9 9vt Chip Grenier
10 66vt Jason Corliss
11 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
12 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
13 40vt Eric Chase
14 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
15 7me Glen Luce
16 58vt Jimmy Hebert
17 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
18 88vt Nick Sweet
19 1vt Brett Wheeler
20 18vt Jamie Fisher
21 55vt Brent Dragon
22 17vt Lance Allen
23 50vt Jay Laquerre
24 27vt Kyle Pembroke
25 5vt Bobby Therrien
26 89vt Scott Payea
27 9me Emily Packard
28 7nc Ben Lynch
29 10vt Josh Demers
30 17ri Ray Parent

 

2:41

Street Stocks are now on the track for their 25-lap feature. 23 cars will take the green flag.

 

2:40

Unofficially, Grant Folsom, Matthew White, Rich Lowrey, and David Whitcomb will not qualify for today’s event.

 

2:38

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2:37

Unofficially, Emily Packard (100% Thunder Road) and Ben Lynch (100% ACT) will receive provisional for today’s event. Because there is no other 100% Thunder Road drivers or 100% ACT drivers, Ray Parent and Josh Demers will transfer to the event based on their qualifying efforts.

This will give us a field of 30 cars for today’s 35th Annual Labor Day Classic 200.

 

2:33

ACT Consi #2 Finish

1 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
2 6vt Cris Michaud
3 9vt Chip Grenier
4 27vt Kyle Pembroke
5 89vt Scott Payea
6 17ri Ray Parent
7 8vt Rich Lowrey
8 42ny Matthew White
9 81vt Grant Folsom

 

2:32

ACT Consi #1 Finish

1 55vt Brent Dragon
2 17vt Lance Allen
3 18vt Jamie Fisher
4 50vt Jay Laquerre
5 5vt Bobby Therrien
6 10vt Josh Demers
7 9me Emily Packard
8 7nc Ben Lynch
9 25vt David Whitcomb

 

2:31

CHECKERED FLAG: Jean-Paul Cyr wins the second ACT consi.

 

2:31

Lap 13: Michaud has closed in on Cyr and looks to the outside off of turn four.

 

2:30

Lap 12: Cyr, Michaud, Grenier, Pembroke, Payea, Parent, Lowrey, White, and Folsom.

 

2:30

Lap 9: Ray Parent to the outside of Lowrey for sixth.

 

2:29

Five cars will qualify from the consi carrying their +/- rating from the qualifying heat race.

 

2:29

Lap 5: Cyr continues to extend his lead over Michaud.

 

2:29

Lap 2: Grenier takes the third spot from Pembroke. Payea takes the final transfer spot from Lowrey.

 

2:28

GREEN FLAG: Cyr with the advantage into turn one. He clears Michaud off of turn two.

 

2:28

ACT Consi #2 Lineup

1 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
2 6vt Cris Michaud
3 27vt Kyle Pembroke
4 9vt Chip Grenier
5 8vt Rich Lowrey
6 89vt Scott Payea
7 42ny Matthew White
8 17ri Ray Parent
9 81vt Grant Folsom

 

2:26

CHECKERED FLAG: Brent Dragon wins the first ACT consi.

 

2:25

Lap 13: Laquerre and Demers side-by-side for fourth.

 

2:25

Lap 12: Dragon with nearly a half straightaway lead over Allen.

 

2:24

Lap 11: Dragon, Allen, Fisher, Demers, Laquerre, Packard, Therrien, Lynch.

 

2:24

Lap 9: Fisher with the slight advantage down the backstretch. Laquerre now all over Demers for fourth.

 

2:24

Lap 7: Demers and Fisher still side-by-side for third.

 

2:23

Lap 5: Allen gets loose at the top of turn four and loses momentum. Dragon with a comfortable lead.

 

2:23

Lap 5: Therrien and Packard door-to-door for sixth.

 

2:23

Lap 4: Dragon and Allen continue to battle for the top spot. Too close to call at the line.

 

2:22

Lap 2: Fisher and Demers side-by-side for third.

 

2:22

GREEN FLAG: Allen with the advantage into turn one. Dragon pulls even down the backstretch.

 

2:22

ACT Consi #1 Lineup

1 55vt Brent Dragon
2 17vt Lance Allen
3 10vt Josh Demers
4 18vt Jamie Fisher
5 50vt Jay Laquerre
6 9me Emily Packard
7 5vt Bobby Therrien
8 7nc Ben Lynch
9 25vt David Whitcomb

 

2:12

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2:12

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2:12

Brian Hoar (+5) will unofficially start on the pole for today’s Labor Day Classic 200. Dave Pembroke (+5), Cody Blake (+4), Trampas Demers (+3), and Travis Stearns (+3) are your unofficial top-five.

 

1:59

Labor Day Classic Qualifying Heat #4 Finish

1 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
2 40vt Eric Chase
3 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
4 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
5 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
6 18vt Jamie Fisher
7 17ri Ray Parent
8 50vt Jay Laquerre

 

1:58

Labor Day Classic Qualifying Heat #3 Finish

1 68vt Brooks Clark
2 88vt Nick Sweet
3 99vt Cody Blake
4 58vt Jimmy Hebert
5 6vt Cris Michaud
6 10vt Josh Demers
7 8vt Rich Lowrey
8 7nc Ben Lynch

 

1:57

CHECKERED FLAG: Derrick O’Donnell wins the final ACT qualifying heat.

 

1:56

Lap 13: O’Donnell, Chase, Polewarczyk, Heliwell, Cyr, Fisher, Laquerre, Parent.

 

1:56

Lap 11: Cyr to the outside of Fisher for fifth.

 

1:56

Lap 10: Heliwell holds off Fisher and keeps the fourth position.

 

1:55

Lap 7: Polewarczyk closing in on Chase for the second spot.

 

1:55

Lap 5: Fisher under Heliwell for fourth.

 

1:55

Lap 3: O’Donnell holds the top spot and is starting to extend his lead over Chase.

 

1:54

Lap 2: Parent works the outside of Fisher for fifth.

 

1:53

GREEN FLAG: O’Donnell gets the jump into turn one. Chase battles back on the outside.

 

1:53

Labor Day Classic Qualifing Heat Race #4 Lineup

1 60vt Derrick O’Donnell
2 40vt Eric Chase
3 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
4 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
5 18vt Jamie Fisher
6 17ri Ray Parent
7 50vt Jay Laquerre
8 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr

 

1:52

Labor Day Classic Qualifying Heat Race #2 Finish

1 66vt Jason Corliss
2 37vt Brian Hoar
3 1vt Brett Wheeler
4 7me Glen Luce
5 17vt Lance Allen
6 27vt Kyle Pembroke
7 89vt Scott Payea
8 5vt Bobby Therrien
9 81vt Grant Folsom

 

1:52

CHECKERED FLAG: Brooks Clark wins the third ACT qualifying heat.

 

1:51

Lap 13: Cody Blake battles to the outside of Hebert for third.

 

1:51

Lap 11: Clark battles back and they remain door-to-door for the top spot. Give the advantage to Clark that time by.

 

1:51

GREEN FLAG: Sweet uses the outside lane to his advantage and gets a slight jump into turn one.

 

1:50

Race officials have sent Ben Lynch to the rear of the field for his involvement in the incident.

 

1:49

YELLOW FLAG: Rich Lowrey sits sideways on the backstretch.

 

1:49

Lap 10: Lynch gets into Lowrey on the backstretch.

 

1:49

Lap 8: Lynch under Demers for the fifth spot.

 

1:48

Lap 6: Clark and Sweet continue to battle for the race lead. Clark continues to hold a slight advantage on the outside.

 

1:48

Lap 4: Demers and Lowrey battle for fourth.

 

1:47

Lap 2: Clark with the slight advantage over Sweet at the line.

 

1:47

Lap 1: Jimmy Hebert takes the third spot from Lowrey.

 

1:47

GREEN FLAG: Sweet and Clark door-to-door into turn one.

 

1:47

Labor Day Classic Heat #3 Lineup

1 88vt Nick Sweet
2 68vt Brooks Clark
3 8vt Rich Lowrey
4 58vt Jimmy Hebert
5 7nc Ben Lynch
6 10vt Josh Demers
7 99vt Cody Blake
8 6vt Cris Michaud

 

1:45

CHECKERED FLAG: Jason Corliss wins the second ACT qualifying heat.

 

1:44

Lap 12: Hoar to the outside of Wheeler for second. He takes the spot.

 

1:44

Lap 11: Pembroke to the inside of Allen for fifth. Therrien and Payea side-by-side for seventh.

 

1:43

Lap 8: Hoar is on the move. He is now to the outside of Luce for the third spot.

 

1:43

Lap 7: Hoar now works the outside of Allen for fourth.

 

1:43

Lap 6: Hoar to the outside of K. Pembroke for fifth.

 

1:43

Lap 4: Luce continues to work the outside of Allen for third. They’re side-by-side for the position.

 

1:42

Lap 2: Wheeler settles into the second spot. Luce challenges Allen for third.

 

1:42

GREEN FLAG: Corliss with the jump on the inside.

 

1:41

Labor Day Classic Heat #2 Lineup

1 66vt Jason Corliss
2 1vt Brett Wheeler
3 17vt Lance Allen
4 7me Glen Luce
5 27vt Kyle Pembroke
6 81vt Grant Folsom
7 37vt Brian Hoar
8 5vt Bobby Therrien

 

1:41

Labor Day Classic Heat #1 Finish

1 85vt Trampas Demers
2 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
3 16me Travis Stearns
4 44vt Dave Pembroke
5 55vt Brent Dragon
6 9vt Chip Grenier
7 9me Emily Packard
8 42ny Matt White
9 25vt David Whitcomb

 

1:39

Lap 13: Demers had the slight advantage at the line that time by. Pembroke now works the outside of Stearns for the third spot.

 

1:39

Lap 12: Matt White takes his car to the pit area.

 

1:39

Lap 10: Pembroke under Dragon for the fourth spot. He currently carries a plus-5 rating.

 

1:38

Lap 8: Robinson and Demers continue to battle door-to-door for the top spot.

 

1:38

GREEN FLAG: Demers has a slight advantage into turn one. They stay even down the backstretch.

 

1:36

Whitcomb’s car goes on the hook. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:36

With seven laps complete: Robinson Jr. leads Demers, Stearns, Dragon, White, Pembroke, Grenier, and Packard.

 

1:34

Whitcomb went nearly half of the frontstretch with two wheels on the pavement and the other two riding the frontstretch wall.

 

1:34

Word from race officials: Driver is OK.

 

1:33

YELLOW FLAG: Dave Whitcomb takes a ride on the frontstretch wall and comes to a stop in turn one.

 

1:33

Lap 4: Dragon outside of Whitcomb for fifth. He now challenges White for fourth.

 

1:32

Lap 3: Demers takes second. Stearns now working the outside of White for third.

 

1:32

Lap 1: Robinson lead lap 1. Demers now works the outside of White for the second spot.

 

1:32

GREEN FLAG: White and Robinson Jr. even into turn one. Robinson gets a slight jump off of turn two.

 

1:31

Labor Day Classic Qualifying Heat #1 Lineup

1 42ny Matthew White
2 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
3 55vt Brent Dragon
4 85vt Trampas Demers
5 25vt David Whitcomb
6 16me Travis Stearns
7 9vt Chip Grenier
8 9me Emily Packard
9 44vt Dave Pembroke

 

1:31

The first qualifying heat race is now rolling on the track.

 

1:28

The Post Parade is underway and we’re moments away from qualifying action. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

1:24

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Too bad Scott Payea is getting done . He has been a good clean driver for many years.

 

1:18

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1:18

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1:14

Tom Curley announces at the drivers meeting that today’s race will be the final race for long-time ACT competitor Scott Payea.

 

1:09

Tom Curley says that 43 cars will test at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Wednesday in preparation for the ACT Invitational.

 

1:06

Tom Curley makes it clear in the drivers meeting that the bump ‘n run will not be tolerated during today’s racing.

 

12:52

ACT Labor Day Classic Final Practice Results

1 88vt Nick Sweet 13.234
2 37vt Brian Hoar 13.289
3 85vt Trampas Demers 13.319
4 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr. 13.398
5 5vt Bobby Therrien 13.398
6 44vt Dave Pembroke 13.452
7 89vt Scott Payea 13.474
8 16me Travis Stearns 13.475
9 60vt Derrick O’Donnell 13.478
10 9vt Chip Grenier 13.511
11 66vt Jason Corliss 13.539
12 10vt Josh Demers 13.541
13 9me Emily Packard 13.542
14 55vt Brent Dragon 13.569
15 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr. 13.571
16 7me Glen Luce 13.590
17 99vt Cody Blake 13.598
18 1vt Brett Wheeler 13.608
19 68vt Brooks Clark 13.626
20 40vt Eric Chase 13.631
21 50vt Jay Laquerre 13.631
22 58vt Jimmy Hebert 13.651
23 25vt Dave Whitcomb 13.672
24 17vt Lance Allen 13.674
25 81vt Grant Folsom 13.692
26 6vt Cris Michaud 13.694
27 18vt Jamie Fisher 13.704
28 7nc Ben Lynch 13.719
29 42ny Matt White 13.719
30 8vt Rich Lowrey 13.745
31 17ri Ray Parent 13.758
32 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 13.796
33 28me Rowland Robinson Jr. 13.926

 

12:42

The final ACT practice has come to a conclusion. Nick Sweet leads the way with a fast lap of 13.234 seconds. Brian Hoar, Trampas Demers, Wayne Heliwell Jr., and Bobby Therrien complete the top-five.

 

12:37

Derrick O’Donnell clinched the 2013 Late Model championship at Thunder Road on Thursday evening. He’s sure to be a threat to win here today. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:35

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12:35

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12:34

Jean-Paul Cyr (32) and Emily Packard (9) get in one last practice run before qualifying heats. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:32

Jason Corliss (66) and Rowland Robinson Jr. (28) exit turn four during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:31

Nick Sweet at speed during the final ACT practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:30

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12:27

This will be the final chance for ACT teams to get their cars tuned in for qualifying action, which begins at 1:30 p.m.

 

12:21

Eric Chase leads the ACT Late Models onto the track for final practice.

 

12:20

Point leader Wayne Heliwell Jr. tests out the high side of the 1/4-mile oval during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:18

Brooks Clark enters turn one during the second ACT practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:17

Street Stock’s are currently on the track for their final practice session. The final ACT practice is up next.

 

12:11

Travis Stearns at speed during the second ACT practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

12:08

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12:07

ACT Labor Day Classic Practice #2 Results

1 37vt Brian Hoar 13.292
2 6vt Cris Michaud 13.324
3 60vt Derrick O’Donnell 13.353
4 88vt Nick Sweet 13.391
5 85vt Trampas Demers 13.434
6 5vt Bobby Therrien 13.439
7 68vt Brooks Clark 13.443
8 55vt Brent Dragon 13.444
9 44vt Dave Pembroke 13.504
10 58vt Jimmy Hebert 13.508
11 16me Travis Stearns 13.542
12 27vt Kyle Pembroke 13.543
13 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 13.547
14 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr. 13.552
15 50vt Jay Laquerre 13.566
16 66vt Jason Corliss 13.572
17 99vt Cody Blake 13.603
18 89vt Scott Payea 13.605
19 17vt Lance Allen 13.617
20 42ny Matt White 13.629
21 9vt Chip Grenier 13.630
22 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr. 13.638
23 9me Emily Packard 13.639
24 18vt Jamie Fisher 13.650
25 7me Glen Luce 13.653
26 1vt Brett Wheeler 13.659
27 40vt Eric Chase 13.668
28 81vt Grant Folsom 13.737
29 8vt Rich Lowrey 13.749
30 28me Rowland Robinson Jr. 13.768
31 7nc Ben Lynch 13.772
32 25vt Dave Whitcomb 13.774
34 17ri Ray Parent 13.960
35 10vt Josh Demers 13.989

 

11:57

Brian Hoar led the way in the second ACT practice with a fast lap of 13.292 seconds. Cris Michaud, Derrick O’Donnell, Nick Sweet, and Trampas Demers round out the top-five. We’ll have full results momentarily.

 

11:54

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11:54

The second ACT practice is starting to come to an end. Ray Parent and Dave Whitcomb are the only cars remaining on the track.

 

11:48

Nick Sweet straps in for another practice run. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:40

ACT cars wait for their turn on the 1/4-mile oval. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:38

Adjustments to Brooks Clark’s car between practice runs. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:31

The second group of ACT cars ready to hit the track. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

11:26

35th Annual Labor Day Classic Driver Roster

1vt Brett Wheeler
5vt Bobby Therrien
6vt Cris Michaud
7me Glen Luce
7nc Ben Lynch
8vt Rich Lowrey
9me Emily Packard
9vt Chip Grenier
10vt Josh Demers
16me Travis Stearns
17ri Ray Parent
17vt Lance Allen
18vt Jamie Fisher
25vt David Whitcomb
27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr.
27vt Kyle Pembroke
28me Rowland Robinson Jr.
32vt Jean-Paul Cyr
37vt Brian Hoar
40vt Eric Chase
42ny Matthew White
44vt Dave Pembroke
50vt Jay Laquerre
55vt Brent Dragon
58vt Jimmy Hebert
60vt Derrick O’Donnell
66vt Jason Corliss
68vt Brooks Clark
81vt Grant Folson
85vt Trampas Demers
88vt Nick Sweet
89vt Scott Payea
97nh Joey Polewarcyzk Jr.
99vt Cody Blake

 

11:26

Derrick O’Donnell leads the American-Canadian Tour Late Models onto the track for their second practice session.

 

11:19

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11:19

Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage from Thunder Road is presented by the Short Track Tripleheader at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 21.

Be there as the cars and stars of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East battle in the North American Power 100, the groundpounders of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour bang nerf bars in the F.W. Webb 100 and the American-Canadian Tour short track gladiators fight for supremacy in the Bond Auto Parts ACT Invitational. It all takes place on Saturday, September 21 as part of the SYLVANIA 300 weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. For ticket information and more, visit www.nhms.com.

 

11:10

We have been told by ACT officials that there are currently 34 cars in the pit area.

 

11:10

Comment From randy 

how many late models are there?

 

11:09

ACT Practice #1 Results

1 88vt Nick Sweet 13.291
2 85vt Trampas Demers 13.401
3 37vt Brian Hoar 13.404
4 17vt Lance Allen 13.426
5 60vt Derrick O’Donnell 13.450
6 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr. 13.459
7 5vt Bobby Therrien 13.478
8 68vt Brooks Clark 13.500
9 55vt Brent Dragon 13.514
10 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr. 13.525
11 99vt Cody Blake 13.549
12 7 Glen Luce 13.553
13 50vt Jay Laquerre 13.559
14 9me Emily Packard 13.563
15 89vt Scott Payea 13.575
16 18vt Jamie Fisher 13.593
17 16me Travis Stearns 13.597
18 66vt Jason Corliss 13.605
19 9vt Chip Grenier 13.609
20 8vt Rich Lowrey 13.618
21 40vt Eric Chase 13.619
22 6vt Cris Michaud 13.654
23 32vt Jean-Paul Cyr 13.654
24 1vt Brett Wheeler 13.675
25 58vt Jimmy Hebert 13.679
26 28me Rowland Robinson Jr. 13.688
27 81vt Grant Folson 13.732
28 42ny Matt White 13.732
29 27vt Kyle Pembroke 13.746
30 25vt Dave Whitcomb 13.753
31 10vt Josh Demers 13.792
32 7nc Ben Lynch 13.826

 

11:02

The first ACT practice comes to a conclusion with Nick Sweet sitting atop the speed chart with a fast lap of 13.291 seconds. Trampas Demers, Brian Hoar, Lance Allen, and Derrick O’Donnell complete the top-five. We’ll have full results momentarily.

 

10:58

Wayne Heliwell Jr. at speed during practice. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:51

With just under ten minutes remaining in the first ACT practice, Joey Polewarcyzk Jr., Bobby Therrien, Jean-Paul Cyr, and Wayne Heliwell Jr. are currently the four cars on track.

 

10:49

A full pit area of ACT Late Models are here today to attempt to qualify for today’s main event. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:45

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10:44

Ben Lynch, Scott Payea, Cody Blake, Cris Michaud, Brian Hoar, Bobby Therrien, Derrick O’Donnell, and Lance Allen are among those currently on the track midway through the first practice session.

 

10:43

With most drivers completing at least one run during the first practice session, Nick Sweet leads the way with a fast lap of 13.291 seconds. Trampas Demers, Brian Hoar, Lance Allen, and Wayne Heliwell Jr. complete the current top-five on the speed chart.

 

10:39

Joey Polewarczyk Jr. chats with an ACT official prior to practice earlier this morning. Polewarczyk has nine straight top-five finishes in ACT events. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:37

Rowland Robinson Jr., Chip Grenier, Wayne Helliwell Jr., Nick Sweet, Ray Parent, Eric Chase, Trampas Demers, Glen Luce, and Travis Stearns are among those currently on track.

 

10:36

Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Brian Hoar, and Brent Dragon look to be the fast cars so far during practice. Jimmy Hebert leads the second group of cars onto the track.

 

10:33

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I love being able to follow from the camper here at Troad

 

10:32

Cody Blake, Scott Payea, Brook Clark, Derrick O’Donnell, Brian Hoar, Emily Packard, Bobby Therrien, Jean-Paul Cyr, Brent Dragon, and Joey Polewarczyk Jr. are among those currently on the track early during the first practice session.

 

10:31

Jamie Fisher leads the ACT Late Models onto the track for their first practice session.

 

10:30

ACT Point Standings Entering Today’s Event (Top-10)

1 27nh Wayne Heliwell Jr. 1092
2 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr. 1056
3 58vt Jimmy Hebert 1044
4 5vt Bobby Therrien 921
5 7nc Ben Lynch 875
6 17ri Ray Parent 793
7 16me Travis Stearns 785
8 28me Rowland Robinson Jr. 781
9 55vt Brent Dragon 709
10 7me Glen Luce 697

 

10:25

Brian Hoar is the defending winner of the Labor Day Classic. Despite running a part-time schedule in 2013, Hoar is here today to defend his crown. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:25

Comment From Tucker Williams 

Wish I was there! Good luck everybody!

 

10:24

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10:24

The 51st Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl is an event on many short track fans bucket list. This year’s event will take place on October 5-6 at the famous Vermont track. Drivers will compete in a three-segment event with the hopes of drinking the fresh milk and immortalizing themselves by kissing a cow. It has become one of the more popular short track events in the United States. For more information, please visitwww.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.

 

10:23

Street Stock’s are now on the track for the first of three practice sessions.

 

10:21

A monument here at Thunder Road Speedbowl honors the defending winners of the Labor Day Classic. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:16

Nick Sweet leads a long line of ACT cars through tech earlier this morning. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:14

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10:13

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10:13

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10:11

Today’s Schedule of Events

8:00 AM Pits Open
8:15 AM Tire Compound Opens
8:30 AM LM Tech/Draw
10:00 AM Tiger Practice
10:20 AM Street Stock Practice
10:30 AM ACT Practice #1
11:00 AM Tiger Practice
11:15 AM Street Stock Practice
11:25 AM ACT Practice #2
11:55 AM Tiger Final Practice
12:10 PM Street Stock Final Practice
12:20 PM ACT Final Practice
12:40 PM Track Closed
12:50 PM Drivers Meeting
1:20 PM Post Parade
1:30 PM ACT Heats
Tiger Heats
Street Stock Heats
ACT Consi(s)
Tiger Semi Feature (12 laps)
Street Stock Feature
ACT B-Feature
Tiger Feature
Intermission
Driver Intros
35th Annual VT Foodbank Labor Day Classic

 

10:07

The high banks of Thunder Road Speedbowl await the start of practice earlier this morning. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:03

The Tiger Sportsman division is currently on the track for their first practice. We’ll have a full schedule of events shortly.

 

10:02

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10:02

Today’s Speed51.com Trackside Now coverage from Thunder Road is presented by the Short Track Tripleheader at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 21.

Be there as the cars and stars of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East battle in the North American Power 100, the groundpounders of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour bang nerf bars in the F.W. Webb 100 and the American-Canadian Tour short track gladiators fight for supremacy in the Bond Auto Parts ACT Invitational. It all takes place on Saturday, September 21 as part of the SYLVANIA 300 weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. For ticket information and more, visit www.nhms.com.

 

10:00

Good morning from “The Nation’s Site of Excitement”, Thunder Road Speedbowl, in Barre, Vermont. Welcome to Speed51’s coverage of today’s 35th Annual Labor Day Classic for the American-Canadian Tour Late Models.

 

9:58

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