Archive for July 14th, 2009

ACT Tour Returns to Beech Ridge Motor Speedway After 16-Year Absence

The American Canadian Tour (ACT) will return to the Beech Ridge Motor Speedway (BRMS) on Saturday, July 25, 2009. The “Ridge” was a mainstay for ACT back in the days of veteran racers Rowe, McCabe, Dragon, Crouch, Dion, Cabana and a host of other Pro Stock competitors.

A new crop of Late Model competitors will return to the Beech Ridge event from throughout New England and Canada. They are a diverse group comprising both veteran and new teams. The ACT 150 lap championship event will see a whole new generation of stars, along with some of those familiar names from 16 years ago. Second generation drivers Brent and Scott Dragon, rising stars Joey Polewarczyk from Hudson, NH and current point leader Scott Payea from Milton, VT will be joined by Maine ACT Late Model standouts Glen Luce of Turner and Ricky Rolfe from Albany Township. The Oxford Plains Speedway will also send a large contingent of their weekly stars to the inaugural ACT Late Model event. Oxford champions Travis Adams, Tim Brackett and Shawn Martin are expected to take on the Tour regulars.
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Photo Galleries

[Wyoming County July 10 Photo Gallery] by Adam Fohlin

[Stafford July 7 CARQUEST Extreme Tuesday Photo Gallery] by Nicholas Teto
[Waterford July 8 Photo Gallery] by Nicholas Teto
[Thompson Speedway July 9 Photo Gallery] by Nicholas Teto
[Stafford July 10 Photo Gallery] by Nicholas Teto
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Seekonk July 11 Photo Gallery] by Nicholas Teto

New Names Stepping Up to Challenge the PASS Regulars at LEE USA Speedway

Naples, ME — The fastest full fendered race cars in the east are back! Lee USA Speedway will host the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) North super late models for a special Tuesday night July 14 appearance at the Route 125 oval, and the series competitor’s couldn’t be more pleased with their return to the immaculate speedway that hosted the first ever PASS race nine seasons ago.

Dale Shaw was the victor that time around, and DJ Shaw will look to follow in his father’s footsteps He’s already visited Lee USA victory lane in a late model and has to be considered one of the favorites on Tuesday night. His dad will be behind the wheel of a second Dennis Ciotti super late model for the Bastille PASS 200 in a rare on track appearance for the veteran racer and car builder. Steve Knowlton will be behind the wheel of Ciotti’s primary car, and he’s well capable of putting it up front at Lee.
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