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10:39

That will conclude tonight’s Trackside Now coverage from White Mountain Motorsports Park.

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10:37

Tonight’s win was the first career ACT Late Model win for Bobby Therrien, who is a rookie on the American-Canadian Tour.

 

10:36

Tonight’s race lasted 40:38. Bobby Therrien’s margin of victory was 1.296 seconds.

 

10:35

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS – ACT 150
White Mountain Motorsports Park

1 Bobby Therrien
2 Brock Davis
3 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
4 Brent Dragon
5 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
6 Jimmy Hebert
7 Ben Lynch
8 Glen Luce
9 Jeff White
10 Quinney Welch
11 Nick Sweet
12 Chip Grenier
13 Joey M. Laquerre
14 Travis Stearns
15 Rowland Robinson Jr.
16 DJ Shaw
17 Todd Davis
18 Ray Parent
19 Luke Hinkley
20 Mike Kenison
21 Kyle Welch
22 Jimmy Linardy
23 Katrina Canney
24 John Falconi
25 Travis Fadden

 

10:32

Therrien was also very excited about earning his invitation to the ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

 

10:31

Bobby Therrien in victory lane: “It feels good to beat Joey Pole”.

 

10:30

Top three in victory lane. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

10:25

We’ll have more momentarily.

 

10:25

UNOFFICIAL TOP TEN:

1. Bobby Therrien
2. Brock Davis
3. Wayne Helliwell Jr.
4. Brent Dragon
5. Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
6. Jimmy Hebert
7. Glen Luce
8. Jeff White
9. Quinten Welch
10. Nick Sweet

 

10:23

CHECKERED FLAG: The “Bad Boy” Bobby Therrien wins tonight’s ACT 150 at White Mountain Motorsports Park.

 

10:22

WHITE FLAG: Therrien has lapped traffic ahead, but he continues to have the two lapped cars between himself and Davis.

 

10:22

FIVE TO GO: Sparks fly from Kristina Canney’s automobile. We’re still green, as she slowly paces on the inside.

 

10:21

Lap 143: Two lapped cars now behind Therrien and Davis.

 

10:21

10 TO GO: Therrien, Davis, Helliwell, Dragon, Pole, Hebert, Lynch, Luce, White, and Chase.

 

10:20

Lap 137: Brock Davis seems to be losing the handle on his ride. His car is very loose on corner exit. Therrien has started to once again extend his lead.

 

10:19

Lap 133: The battle is for third. Helliwell and Dragon nose-to-tail on the outside of lapped traffic.

 

10:17

Lap 127: Therrien is struggling a bit with lapped traffic and this has allowed Brock Davis to close the gap.

 

10:17

Lap 124: Travis Stearns goes a lap down. 13 cars remain on the lead lap.

 

10:16

Lap 120: Brent Dragon and Joey Polewarczyk Jr. close in on third place Wayne Helliwell Jr. A lapped car stands between them.

 

10:15

Lap 115: Glen Luce puts pressure on Nick Sweet for the ninth position.

 

10:14

Lap 112: Bobby Therrien has a near straightaway advantage over Brock Davis up front.

 

10:13

Lap 108: Dragon gets by White for fourth. Joey Polewarczyk Jr. follows. White back to the sixth position.

 

10:12

Lap 105: Dragon and Polewarczyk now put pressure on White for fourth.

 

10:11

Lap 100: Therrien, Davis, Helliwell Jr., White, Dragon, Polewarczyk, Hebert, Lynch, Sweet, and Luce.

 

10:11

Lap 98: Side-by-side battle for the fifth position. Dragon to the inside of Nick Sweet. Joey Polewarczyk Jr. follows him to move into fifth.

 

10:10

Lap 95: Ray Parent goes a lap down to Bobby Therrien. 15 cars remain on the lead lap.

 

10:09

Lap 91: Helliwell has cleared White and he is now in the third position.

 

10:08

Lap 88: Helliwell under White for the third position. The two battle door-to-door for position.

 

10:08

Lap 85: Jimmy Hebert and Ben Lynch use the lapped car of Katrina Canney as a pick to get around the outside of Chip Grenier for seventh and eighth.

 

10:07

Lap 82: Polewarczyk to the outside of Grenier for seventh.

 

10:06

Lap 80: Heliwell looking to the outside of Sweet for fourth.

 

10:06

HALFWAY: Therrien, Davis, White, Sweet, Helliwell Jr., Grenier, Dragon, Pole, Hebert, Lynch.

 

10:05

Lap 72: Brock Davis seems to be gaining some ground on Bobby Therrien.

 

10:04

Lap 69: Polewarczyk Jr. battles on the outside of Jimmy Hebert for eighth.

 

10:03

Lap 64: Officials have shown third place car Jeff White the “piggy flag” for hogging the race track.

 

10:02

Lap 62: Ben Lynch has followed Joey Polewarczyk Jr. under Glen Luce to enter the top-ten.

 

10:02

Lap 53: Therrien and Davis have put nearly a half straightaway between themselves and the rest of the field.

 

10:00

Lap 53: Therrien has put a slight gap between himself and second place Brock Davis.

 

10:00

Lap 51: Joey Polewarczyk Jr. under Glen Luce for the ninth position.

 

9:59

Lap 49: Battle for seventh. Hebert and Dragon door-to-door.

 

9:59

Lap 47: Therrien clears Davis going into turn three.

 

9:58

GREEN FLAG: Therrien and Davis battle side-by-side throughout the corner and remain that way for the entire lap.

 

9:58

Green flag next time by.

 

9:57

Jeff White, Brent Dragon, Chip Grenier, Glen Luce, Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Ben Lynch, Rowland Robinson Jr. , and Ray Parent all pilot Distance products.

 

9:56

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how many of the cars are running distance chasis? any idea?

 

9:56

AS THEY CURRENTLY RUN (Lap 44):

1. Bobby Therrien
2. Brock Davis
3. Jeff White
4. Nick Sweet
5. Chip Grenier
6. Wayne Helliwell Jr.
7. Brent Dragon
8. Jimmy Hebert
9. Glen Luce
10. Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
11. Joey M. Laquerre
12. Ben Lynch
13. Quinten Welch
14. DJ Shaw
15. Jimmy Linardy
16. Travis Stearns
17. Rowland Robinson Jr.
18. Luke Hinkley
19. Todd Davis
20. Mike Kenison

 

9:53

CAUTION FLAG Lap 45: Quinten Welch spins in turn two. There doesn’t appear to be a lot of damage, if any, to his #78 machine.

 

9:52

Lap 45: Joey Polewarczyk Jr. has cracked the top-ten. He stared 18th on the grid.

 

9:52

Lap 41: Mike Kenison and Kyle Welch go a lap down.

 

9:51

Lap 39: Bobby Therrien continues to lead. Davis, White, Sweet, and Grenier follow.

 

9:50

Lap 35: Brent Dragon has worked his way into the seventh position

 

9:49

Lap 29: Therrien and Davis have almost a straightaway advantage over the rest of the field.

 

9:48

Lap 27: Katrina Canney goes one lap down.

 

9:48

Lap 25: Therrien is setting a blistering pace. He’s already into lapped traffic.

 

9:47

Lap 22: Hinkley looks to the outside of White for third, but Sweet is right there and works his way under Hinkley to battle for the fourth position.

 

9:46

Lap 18: Therrien has extended his lead to a near five-car length advantage.

 

9:46

Lap 15: Therrien, Davis, White, Hinkley, Sweet, Grenier, Helliwell, Dragon, Hebert, and Luce.

 

9:45

Lap 13: Battle for 10th. Glen Luce and Joey M. Laquerre side-by-side.

 

9:44

Lap 10: Therrien has a three-car length advantage over Davis.

 

9:44

Lap 8: Travis Fadden has taken his car to the pit area.

 

9:44

Lap 7: Davis clears Hinkley and is now underneath White for second. He has the spot.

 

9:43

Lap 5: Luke Hinkley challenges Brock Davis for the fourth position.

 

9:43

Lap 3: Therrien is clear of White.

 

9:42

Lap 1: Therrien with the slight edge, but White battles back on the outside.

 

9:42

GREEN FLAG: Therrien and White lean on each other into turn one. Their side-by-side going into three.

 

9:42

One to go. Green flag next time by.

 

9:40

Cars are crossed over. A few laps to warm up the tires and we’ll be ready to go racing here in North Woodstock, NH.

 

9:37

The command to fire engines has been given and cars are rolling.

 

9:35

Drivers are strapped into their machines and we’re ready for the four most famous words in motorsports.

 

9:35

STARTING LINEUP – ACT 150
White Mountain Motorsports Park

1 Bobby Therrien
2 Jeff White
3 Brock Davis
4 Luke Hinkley
5 Nick Sweet
6 Ray Parent
7 Chip Grenier
8 Brent Dragon
9 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
10 Joey M. Laquerre
11 Jimmy Linardy
12 Jimmy Hebert
13 Glen Luce
14 Quinten Welch
15 Rowland Robinson Jr.
16 Kyle Welch
17 Todd Davis
18 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
19 DJ Shaw
20 Ben Lynch
21 Travis Stearns
22 John Falconi
23 Mike Kenison
24 Katrina Canney
25 Travis Fadden

 

9:34

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Good luck team #17!!!!

 

9:28

Your front row for tonight’s feature. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

9:25

Glen Luce prepares for battle. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

9:19

Cars are lined up on the frontstretch for driver introductions. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

9:06

Barre, Vermont’s George May wins the 25-lap Tiger feature.

 

9:04

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9:03

The richest race in the history of the American Canadian Tour (ACT) is coming July 20-21…it’s the ACT International 500 at Plattsburgh, New York’s Airborne Speedway.  The ACT Invitational is the new “mid-summer classic” for ACT teams when old rivalries between the US and Canada, and new rivalries between veteran favorites and brash new-comers from both the US and Quebec-based ACT organizations are re-established at Airborne.
The International 500 is also featuring a Monza-style twin 50-lap Airborne Modified feature event and a 100-lap non-qualifier “Reserve Feature” for ACT Late Model teams who do not qualify for the main event. Both events will post over $20,000.00 in purse and prize money. The 40 lucky teams who qualify for the “Milk Bowl”-style feature will run three 100-lap inverted races that make up the 300. A minimum of $25,000.00 to the overall winner in the unique event has been posted.
For more details on the ACT International 500, visit www.acttour.com.

 

9:02

The Tiger’s will run 25 laps. This will be the last feature of the night for WMMP divisions. ACT 150 up next.

 

8:59

Tiger’s are now rolling onto the speedway.

 

8:55

Ray Parent’s car sits in the garage area awaiting the feature event. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:52

Ben Belanger wins the 20-lap Strictly Mini feature. Tiger’s up next.

 

8:45

Smith follows it up by walking down the front stretch and kicking Switser’s car as he passed by. Fans, including those traveling here from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, are getting a show here at White Mountain Motorsports Park

 

8:43

Strictly Mini driver Michael Smith does his best Tony Stewart impression, as he throws his helmet at the #25 of Jess Switser after the two made contact battling for second place. Smith’s car is on the hook and he’s done for the night.

 

8:37

Polesitter Bobby Therrien prepares his car for tonight’s 150-lap main event. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:35

The Strictly Mini feature is now on the track. They will run 20 laps.

 

8:32

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8:32

Kyle “Rowdy” Busch will be entering the second leg of the PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at Autodrome Chaudière in Vallee-Jonction Quebec on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013.  This race will be the second race of the prestigious PASS La Quebecoise Triple Crown at the famed high-banked quarter-mile.  Busch will be participating in the event, which will undoubtedly be the biggest short track event in the history of the province of Québec, in his #51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Super-Late Model Camry.
For more details, visit www.autodromechaudiere.com

 

8:29

Chandler Potter wins the 25-lap Street Stock feature.

 

8:27

FEATURE LINE-UP
AMERICAN-CANADIAN TOUR 150

1 Bobby Therrien
2 Jeff White
3 Brock Davis
4 Luke Hinkley
5 Nick Sweet
6 Ray Parent
7 Chip Grenier
8 Brent Dragon
9 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
10 Joey M. Laquerre
11 Jimmy Linardy
12 Jimmy Hebert
13 Glen Luce
14 Quinten Welch
15 Rowland Robinson Jr.
16 Kyle Welch
17 Todd Davis
18 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
19 DJ Shaw
20 Ben Lynch
21 Travis Stearns
22 John Falconi
23 Mike Kenison
24 Katrina Canney
25 Travis Fadden

 

8:26

We are now hearing reports that Katrina Canney will attempt to complete one-lap in tonight’s race. She will grid in the 24th position. We’ll have a full feature line-up shortly.

 

8:21

After being involved in an incident during his qualifying heat race, Travis Fadden’s ride is ready to go for tonight’s main event. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:18

Without a green flag complete in the Street Stock divison, we have seen the caution flag fly three different times. After the Street Stock’s, there will be a 20-lap Strictly Mini’s feature and a 25-lap Tiger feature.

 

8:05

51 spoke with polesitter Bobby Therrien and he tells us the car was “really good” during the heat race and that he’s looking forward to the feature. He also told us that “it’s going to be nice starting up front for once.”

 

8:03

Street Stocks are up next. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

8:00

“Downtown” Bobby Brown wins the Dwarf car feature. Brown was the 2000 Late Model Champion here at White Mountain Motorsports Park.

 

7:42

Dwarf cars are now on the track for their feature.

 

7:41

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7:41

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7:40

ACT CONSI UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

1 Ben Lynch
2 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
3 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
4 Joey M. Laquerre
5 Jimmy Linardy
6 Travis Stearns
7 John Falconi
8 Mike Kenison

 

7:39

CHECKERED FLAG: Ben Lynch wins the ACT Consi. Linardy holds onto the final qualifying spot.

 

7:38

Lap 10: John Falconi makes contact with Stearns in turn one and gets underneath him. The two battle for sixth.

 

7:38

Lap 8: Helliwell slides by Polewarczyk Jr., as Ben Lynch has a comfortable distance between himself and second place.

 

7:37

Lap 6: Stearns keeps looking inside on Linardy off of turn two. Linardy still holds the spot.

 

7:37

Lap 3: Linardy, Laquerre, and Stearns are dicing it up for the final qualifying spot. Stearns looks to make it three-wide, but thinks better of it and backs off.

 

7:36

GREEN FLAG: Ben Lynch gets the jump, but Polewarczyk battles back on the outside. They remain side-by-side for the lead.

 

7:35

ACT CONSI LINEUP (UPDATED)

1 Ben Lynch
2 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
3 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
4 Joey M. Laquerre
5 Jimmy Linardy
6 Travis Stearns
7 John Falconi
8 Mike Kenison

 

7:33

The ACT Consi is rolling onto the race track.

 

7:29

Wyatt Hayward wins the Kid’s Sports Truck 15-lap feature.

 

7:22

We have also been told that Travis Fadden, who was involved in the same incident as Canney, is not expected to make it out for the Consi. The team has hopes of making it back out for the 150-lap feature later this evening.

 

7:21

We have learned that Katrina Canney broke the steering rack on her automobile in a late wreck during her qualifying heat. She will be unable to make it back out for the Consi and has withdrawn from the event.

 

7:18

Joey Polewarczyk Jr.’s #97 sits in the garage area between qualifying rounds. He will roll off second in the Consi. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:14

Qualifying heat races for White Mountain Motorsports Park’s regular divisions are now complete. There will now be a Kid’s Truck Feature followed by the ACT Consi.

 

7:13

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7:13

The richest race in the history of the American Canadian Tour (ACT) is coming July 20-21…it’s the ACT International 500 at Plattsburgh, New York’s Airborne Speedway.  The ACT Invitational is the new “mid-summer classic” for ACT teams when old rivalries between the US and Canada, and new rivalries between veteran favorites and brash new-comers from both the US and Quebec-based ACT organizations are re-established at Airborne.
The International 500 is also featuring a Monza-style twin 50-lap Airborne Modified feature event and a 100-lap non-qualifier “Reserve Feature” for ACT Late Model teams who do not qualify for the main event. Both events will post over $20,000.00 in purse and prize money. The 40 lucky teams who qualify for the “Milk Bowl”-style feature will run three 100-lap inverted races that make up the 300. A minimum of $25,000.00 to the overall winner in the unique event has been posted.
For more details on the ACT International 500, visit www.acttour.com.

 

7:06

Street Stocks are now on the track for their qualifying races.

 

7:05

The stands are filled in for tonight’s American-Canadian Tour event. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

7:01

Winthrop, Maine’s Jeff White is a previous winner on the American-Canadian Tour. This season he is running a partial schedule that he say’s includes the trip to Plattsburgh, New York for the International 500. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

6:57

ACT CONSI LINEUP

1  Ben Lynch
2  Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
3  Wayne Helliwell Jr.
4  Joey M. Laquerre
5  Jimmy Linardy
6  Katrina Canney
7  Travis Stearns
8  John Falconi
9  Travis Fadden
10  Mike Kenison

 

6:56

Unofficially, Bobby Therrien will start on the pole for tonight’s ACT 150. Therrien recorded a plus-5 in his qualifying heat.

 

6:52

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6:52

It’s the most prestigious Outlaw Super Late Model event in the country and it’s back for a 21st time at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway…it’s the Kalamazoo Klash!  The Klash brings in the best Outlaw talents from the Midwest plus invaders from all around the country to battle in the event that annually packs the Kalamazoo Speedway grandstands.  For more on the Kalamazoo Klash XXI, visitwww.kalamazoospeedway.com.

 

6:51

White Mountain Motorsports Park’s Tiger division is now on the track for their qualifying heats.

 

6:50

QUALIFYING HEAT RACE #3 UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

1 Glen Luce
2 Brock Davis
3 Rowland Robinson Jr.
4 Luke Hinkley
5 Kyle Welch
6 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
7 Katrina Canney
8 Travis Fadden

 

6:49

CHECKERED FLAG: Glen Luce win qualifying heat race #3. Travis Fadden and Katrina Canney spin in turn three coming to the checkered flag.

 

6:47

Lap 10: Davis and Robinson make slight contact as they battle for second.

 

6:47

Lap 8: Rowland Robinson Jr. and Katrina Canney battle for the second spot. Brock Davis and Travis Fadden battle for fourth.

 

6:46

Lap 4: Travis Fadden is on the move. He’s up to the fourth spot after starting eighth,

 

6:46

GREEN FLAG: Glen Luce clears Katrina Canney and checks out from the field.

 

6:45

QUALIFYING HEAT #3 LINEUP

1 Glen Luce
2 Katrina Canney
3 Rowland Robinson Jr.
4 Brock Davis
5 Kyle Welch
6 Luke Hinkley
7 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
8 Travis Fadden

 

6:45

QUALIFYING HEAT #2 QUALIFYING RESULTS

1 Jimmy Hebert
2 Jeff White
3 Bobby Therrien
4 DJ Shaw
5 Brent Dragon
6 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
7 Jimmy Linardy
8 John Falconi
9 Mike Kenison

 

6:43

CHECKERED FLAG: Jimmy Hebert lead wire-to-wire and wins qualifying heat #2.

 

6:43

Lap 9: Hebert, White, Therrien, Shaw, Dragon, Polewarczyk, Linardy, Falconi, and Kenison

 

6:42

Lap 5: Joey Polewarczyk Jr. and Brent Dragon battle for the final qualifying spot.

 

6:41

Lap 3: White clears Shaw for second. Therrien and Shaw now battle for third.

 

6:41

GREEN FLAG: Hebert keeps the lead and clears DJ Shaw on the backstretch. Jeff White looks to the inside of Shaw for second.

 

6:40

YELLOW FLAG: Mike Kenison gets crossed up in turn two.

 

6:39

GREEN FLAG: Jimmy Hebert check out on DJ Shaw.

 

6:39

QUALIFYING HEAT RACE #1 UNOFFICIAL FINISH

1 Ray Parent
2 Todd Davis
3 Quinny Welch
4 Chip Grenier
5 Nick Sweet
6 Ben Lynch
7 Joey M. Laquerre
8 Travis Stearns

 

6:38

QUALIFYING HEAT RACE #2 LINEUP

1 Jimmy Hebert
2 DJ Shaw
3 Mike Kenison
4 Jeff White
5 Brent Dragon
6 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
7 Jimmy Linardy
8 Bobby Therrien
9 John Falconi

 

6:37

CHECKERED FLAG: Ray Parent earns a plus-1 and wins the first qualifying heat.

 

6:36

WHITE FLAG: Nick Sweet takes the final qualifying spot away from Ben Lynch.

 

6:36

Lap 9: Parent clears Davis for the lead. Grenier and Welch battle for third.

 

6:35

Lap 7: Ben Lynch is currently in the final qualifying spot.

 

6:35

Lap 5: Davis and Parent continue to battle door-to-door for the lead. Parent with the slight advantage on the outside.

 

6:34

GREEN FLAG: Davis and Parent battle side-by-side into turn one. They remain double file all the way through the field.

 

6:33

QUALIFYING HEAT #1 LINEUP

1 Todd Davis
2 Ray Parent
3 Quinten Welch
4 Chip Grenier
5 Ben Lynch
6 Nick Sweet
7 Travis Stearns
8 Joey M. Laquerre

 

6:32

American-Canadian Tour heats are rolling onto the race track.

 

6:28

Brent Dragon is not a stranger to victory lane here at White Mountain Motorsports Park. Dragon won the June 2007 event at the track. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

6:26

Jean-Paul Cyr, who is not in attendance for tonight’s event, is the all-time leader in ACT Late Model victories here at White Mountain Motorsports Park.

4 – Cyr
3 – Brian Hoar
2 – John Donahue
Eric Williams
Tracie Bellerose
1 – Brent Dragon
Pete Fecteau
Wayne Helliwell Jr.
Patrick Laperle
Joey Laquerre
Ryan Moore
Scott Payea
Ben Rowe
Phil Scott

 

6:24

Wayne Helliwell Jr.’s crew goes to work on the car during the final practice session. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

6:22

Auburn, Maine’s Travis Stearns is here in the same ride that NASCAR Sprint Cup Series star Clint Bowyer piloted in the Governor’s Cup at Thunder Road on Thursday. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

6:19

Dwarf cars are on the track for their qualifying heat races.

 

6:17

QUALIFYING FORMAT

Three 12-lap qualifying heat races will qualify five cars each.

The starting lineup will be determined by the plus/minus system used by ACT (EX: If you start 7th and finish 3rd, you’ll carry a +4. If you start 1st and finish 2nd, you’ll carry a -1)

There will then be a Consolation Race in which the top-five finishers will carry their plus/minus from the heat race to determine their starting spot in the main event.

The rest of the 25-car field will then be lineup up based on where they finished in the Consolation Race.

 

6:12

QUALIFYING HEAT LINEUPS

HEAT #1

1 Todd Davis
2 Ray Parent
3 Quinten Welch
4 Chip Grenier
5 Ben Lynch
6 Nick Sweet
7 Travis Stearns
8 Joey M. Laquerre

HEAT #2

1 Jimmy Hebert
2 DJ Shaw
3 Mike Kenison
4 Jeff White
5 Brent Dragon
6 Joey Polewarczyk Jr.
7 Jimmy Linardy
8 Bobby Therrien
9 John Falconi

HEAT #3

1 Glen Luce
2 Katrina Canney
3 Rowland Robinson Jr.
4 Brock Davis
5 Kyle Welch
6 Luke Hinkley
7 Wayne Helliwell Jr.
8 Travis Fadden

 

6:06

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6:00

The Kids Truck Division is now rolling onto the track for their 8 lap heat races.

 

6:00

Ray Parent gives the thumbs up for all his fans at home in Rhode Island tonight who weren’t able to make the trip and are watching the coverage on Speed51.com. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:58

After putting down the fastest lap in the second practice session. Joey Polewarczyk Jr. played the spotter role for Ben Lynch. (Speed51.com Photo)

 

 

5:52

PRACTICE RESULTS (FINAL SESSION)
White Mountain Motorsports Park

1 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.  13.216
2 55vt Brent Dragon 13.288
3 78nh Quinny Welch 13.304
4 58vt Jimmy Hebert 13.311
5 16nh Travis Fadden 13.327
6 5vt Bobby Therrien 13.327
7 16me Travis Stearns 13.342
8 7me Glen Luce 13.384
9 31nh Luke Hinkley 13.387
10 50me Jeff White 13.399
11 27nh Wayne Helliwell Jr.  13.419
12 40vt Nick Sweet 13.46
13 12nh Katrina Canney 13.462
14 10ma John Falconi 13.463
15 34nh Todd Davis 13.482
16 17ri Ray Parent 13.523
18 77ma Jimmy Linardy 13.544
19 61vt Joey M. Laquerre 13.562
20 3nh Mike Kenison 13.572
21 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.  13.576

 

5:47

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5:43

The final practice session has been completed. Joey Polewarczyk Jr., who has won the last three American-Canadian Tour events, was once againt he fastest car on the track. We will have full  results from the final practice momentarily.

 

5:40

ACT PRACTICE (ROUND 2)
White Mountain Motorsports Park

1 97nh Joey Polewarczyk Jr.  13.084
2 7me Glen Luce 13.237
3 31nh Luke Hinkley 13.283
4 27nh Wayne Helliwell Jr.  13.288
5 50me Jeff White 13.297
6 9vt Chip Grenier 13.324
7 55vt Brent Dragon 13.345
8 78nh Quinny Welch 13.346
9 5vt Bobby Therrien 13.356
10 16me Travis Stearns 13.391
11 17ri Ray Parent 13.407
12 34nh Todd Davis 13.421
13 12nh Katrina Canney 13.424
14 47nh Brock Davis 13.444
15 51nh DJ Shaw 13.455
16 16nh Travis Fadden 13.46
18 9nh Kyle Welch 13.464
19 10ma John Falconi 13.471
20 77ma Jimmy Linardy 13.473
21 3nh Mike Kenison 13.553
22 40vt Nick Sweet 13.56
23 61vt Joey M. Laquerre 13.585
24 58vt Jimmy Hebert 13.598
25 28me Rowland Robinson Jr.  13.612
26 7nc Ben Lynch 13.64

 

5:33

Joey Polewarczyk Jr. led the second practice session with a fast lap of 13.084 seconds. We’ll have a full rundown of the second practice session shortly.

 

5:33

The American-Canadian Tour is now on the track for their final practice session.

 

5:32

EVENT SCHEDULE

6:00 PM
Kid’s Truck Heats (8 laps)
Strictly Mini Heats (10 laps)
Dwarf Heats (10 laps)
ACT Heats (12 laps)
Tiger Heats (10 laps)
Strictly Stock Heats (10 laps)

Kid’s Truck Feature (15 laps)
ACT Consi (12 laps)
Dwarf Feature (20 laps)
Strictly Stock Feature (25 laps)
Strictly Mini Feature (20 laps)
Tiger Feature (25 laps)
Intermission
ACT 150

 

5:29

25 Late Models are here at WMMP for tonight’s race.

 

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5:19

Good afternoon and welcome to White Mountain Motorsports Park in the beautiful mountains of North Woodstock, New Hampshire, where the American-Canadian Tour Late Models will race 150 laps as the main event of the evening.

 

5:15

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Trackside Now: ACT Late Models – White Mountain Motorsports Park (NH) – 7/13/13