Reprise du Langis Caron 150 : vendredi 22 juillet 2016

      Langis Caron 150    

Vendredi 22 juillet 2016

Ouverture Puits: 15h45

Ouverture estrades: 17h30


17h30 : Pratique Sportsman Lucas oil

17h50: Pratique Sport Compactes Elite Oricom

18h00 : Pratique Semi Pro Garage Gilles Roy

18h10Pratique Sportsman Lucas oil

18h30Pratique Sport Compactes Elite Oricom

18h40Pratique Semi pro Garage Gilles Roy

18h50Fin des pratiques

18h50           PIT MEETING



19H15 : Finale 1 juillet Semi-Pro Garage Gilles Roy (25 tours)

19h30: Qualifications Sportsman Lucas oïl (3 x 10 tours)


19h502 Qualifications S.C. Élite Oricom (10 tours)

20h05: Finale (B) (15 tours)

20h15Qualifications Semi Pro Élite Garage Gilles Roy (10 tours)

20h23 : Hommage et Présentation des pilotes

20h331e étape de 50 tours du Langis Caron 150

21h051e Finale Semi Pro Élite Garage Gilles Roy (25 tours)

21h20Finale 3e tranche Triple couronne SCÉ (50 tours)

21h402e étape de 50 tours du Langis Caron 150

22h102e Finale Semi Pro Garage Gilles Roy (25 tours)

22h30: 3e étape de 50 tours du Langis Caron 150

23h00: Podium

Horaire sujet a changements sans préavis.


Prix d'entrées:  

Estrade: 30$  (adulte)

0 a 17 ans : Gratuit dans les estrades

Entrée puits: 35$ (adulte)

Enfants puits : 5$ (pour tous)

Visite puits : 5$ (pour tous)

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Payea in Right Place at Right Time for Propane Plus 150 Win

Payea in Right Place at Right Time for Propane Plus 150 Win


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                             ACT071716-63


Seekonk, MA – Scott Payea was the last man standing on a wild night at Massachusetts' Seekonk Speedway on Saturday, July 16, taking the lead with three laps to go en route to his second American-Canadian Tour (ACT) win of the season in the Propane Plus 150.


Colchester, VT's Payea had run a distant second to Brad Babb for much of the second half of the event, but the 12th caution of the night for ACT Late Model Tour point leader Nick Sweet's spin on lap 141 set up a showdown between Babb, Payea, Eddie MacDonald, and Dillon Moltz. After Babb got off to a strong restart, Payea began inching back up on the outside as the laps wound down.


As Payea drew even with three laps remaining, MacDonald – who started last after arriving from Loudon's New Hampshire Motor Speedway shortly before the green flag – dove three-wide on the backstretch, and contact entering turn three allowed Payea to leap out to the top spot. MacDonald and Babb continued bumping and eventually ended up in the turn two wall to bring out the red flag with two laps to go. Payea then held off Moltz on the race's final restart for the victory.


Tiverton, RI's Ray Parent led the first 18 laps from the pole before Babb assumed the point for the first time. Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. followed Babb to the front, and the two engaged in a thrilling duel in the race's middle stages, swapping the lead multiple times and running side-by-side for extended periods following numerous cautions, including a red flag for Dylan Estrella's hard impact with the turn four wall on lap 47.


Babb finally gained control following a lap-79 caution, as Polewarczyk subsequently began to fade on the race's longest green-flag run. As Babb slowly drew away from the field, Payea, MacDonald, and Moltz put on their own battle for second, with MacDonald coming up on the outside of Payea when Sweet spun to set up the dramatic finish.


Moltz earned a season-best second-place finish, while Polewarczyk rebounded to finish third. Defending ACT Champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr. drove from the 19th starting position up to fourth, and local youngster Nicholas Johnson completed the top-five. Parent, Ryan Vanasse, Sweet, Bobby Therrien, and Mike Ziter rounded out the top-10.


William Wall, Vanasse, and Babb earned heat race wins. Rookie Devin O'Connell and Polewarczyk captured the consolation events.


The ACT Late Model Tour and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) head to N. Woodstock, NH's White Mountain Motorsports Park this Saturday, July 23 for their second doubleheader of the season. The "Showdown in the Mountains" features twin 150-lap events for both series along with White Mountain's regular weekly divisions. Post time is 5:00pm.


For more information contact the ACT offices at 802-244-6963media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com.





Pos, Start Pos, Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps 

  1. ( 6 ) Scott Payea ( 37VT ) , Miton, VT , 150 Laps
  2. ( 13 ) Dillon Moltz ( 5CT ) , Waterford, CT , 150 Laps
  3. ( 7 ) Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. ( 97NH ) , Hudson, NH , 150 Laps
  4. ( 19 ) Wayne Helliwell, Jr. ( 27NH ) , Dover, NH , 150 Laps
  5. ( 4 ) Nicholas Johnson ( 6MA ) , Rehoboth, MA , 150 Laps
  6. ( 1 ) Ray Parent ( 17RI ) , Tiverton, RI , 150 Laps
  7. ( 9 ) Ryan Vanasse ( 11RI ) , Warwick, RI , 150 Laps
  8. ( 16 ) Nick Sweet ( 40VT ) , Barre, VT , 150 Laps
  9. ( 3 ) Bobby Therrien ( 5VT ) , Hinesburg, VT , 150 Laps
  10. ( 10 ) Mike Ziter ( 54VT ) , Barre, VT , 150 Laps
  11. ( 26 ) Rich Dubeau ( 30NH ) , Lebanon, NH , 149 Laps
  12. ( 12 ) Nicholas Uhrig ( 11MA ) , Warwick, RI , 149 Laps
  13. ( 17 ) Brian Tagg ( 3MA ) , Oxford, MA , 149 Laps
  14. ( 20 ) Mark Hudson ( 82MA ) , Norton, MA , 149 Laps
  15. ( 25 ) Emily Packard ( 9ME ) , E. Montpelier, VT , 149 Laps
  16. ( 30 ) Eddie MacDonald ( 17MA ) , Rowley, MA , 148 Laps
  17. ( 5 ) Brad Babb ( 15NH ) , Windham, ME , 148 Laps
  18. ( 23 ) #Mark Jenison ( 22RI ) , Warwick, RI , 147 Laps
  19. ( 27 ) Ron Barbosa, Jr. ( 2RI ) , Warren, RI , 139 Laps
  20. ( 21 ) Jerry DeGasparre, Jr. ( 71RI ) , Pawtucket, RI , 103 Laps
  21. ( 8 ) William Wall ( 4MA ) , Shrewsbury, MA , 86 Laps
  22. ( 2 ) #Devin O'Connell ( 1VT ) , Madison, CT , 68 Laps
  23. ( 18 ) Brandon Atkins ( 4NY ) , AuSable Forks, NY , 68 Laps
  24. ( 15 ) #Ryan Olsen ( 61NH ) , N. Haverhill, NH , 68 Laps
  25. ( 14 ) Rowland Robinson, Jr. ( 28ME ) , Steuben, ME , 64 Laps
  26. ( 11 ) Derek Ramstrom ( 35MA ) , Worcester, MA , 49 Laps
  27. ( 22 ) Dylan Estrella ( 47MA ) , N. Attleboro, MA , 47 Laps
  28. ( 29 ) James Linardy ( 77MA ) , Somerville, MA , 36 Laps
  29. ( 28 ) Walter Sutcliffe ( 78CT ) , East Haven, CT , 24 Laps
  30. ( 24 ) Anthony Ryan, Jr. ( 2CT ) , Ridgefield, CT , 24 Laps



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Terry Wins 100-Lap Renegade Special

Terry Wins 100-Lap Renegade Special

Plattsburgh- The Jeffords Steel Renegades had the spotlight this past Saturday nightas they ran their longest distance race of the season, 100 laps. In addition, the Ernie's Discount Tools Sportsman Modifieds and Bush Beer Mini Mods ran twin features.
            The 100 lap Renegade feature was broken up into two 50 lap stanzas. At lap 50, a competition yellow would be thrown to allow teams to refuel there cars and make minimal adjustments to their cars. 
            Essex, NY driver, Josh Terry, picked up the checkerd flag in the 100 lap event, holding off Shawn Duquette on a lap-96 restart. Terry had been choosing the outside groove on previous restarts with Duquette along side, but on the final restart Terry elected to restart on the inside and he drove his way to victory.
            "The car was a little tight earlier in the second stanza so I needed to take the top on restarts, but it got better as the race went on," Terry said. "The car was so good at the final restart that the bottom was the best place to put the car for the restart."
            Duquette was able to hold onto second despite losing the brakes in the car around lap-80. Jason McClatchie, Michael Wright and Brent Jarvis completed the unofficial top-5.
            A green to checkered finish in the first Sportsman Modified feature helped Codie Aubin pull out to a sizeable lead and break his streak of bad luck, as Aubin picked up his first win of 2016. 
            "I can't thank my crew enough for the hard work they put in," Aubin said.
            Jamy Begor, Bucko Branham, Danny Sullivan and Timex Morgan completed the unofficial top-5.
            The second Sportsman Modified feature also ran green to checkered with Rico Hernandez leading the first 21 laps of the 25 lap feature. Begor showed great patience as he rode behind the Hernandez car for the better part of seven laps and was forced to pull the trigger when Sullivan pulled underneath Begor to vie for the second spot. Hernandez, in the lead, left a hole open down low for Sullivan to try and fill while Begor was rim riding, three-wide atop turns three and four. Begor worked around both cars and checked out in the final four laps.
            "My crew has been after me about sticking the car to the outside and going to the front," Begor said. "I can't thank my fine sponsors enough for the support they provide, it especially feels good to win on one of my sponsors nights (Jeffords Steel)."
            Sullivan, Nick Heywood, Branham and Hernandez completed the unofficial top-5.
            Dale O'Neil's winning streak was snapped in the Mini Mod division, as Pete Blaney was able to work the inside past Josh LaPorte was the race winning pass. O'Neil, LaPorte, Tim LaFountain and Tyler Irwin completed the unofficial top-5.
            O'Neil got back on track, scoring his seventh win of the second in feature two. LaPorte, Blaney, Irwin and LaFountain completed the unofficial top-5.
            Racing action comes to a halt for next week as we are off for the week of the Clinton County Fair. Stop by the Airborne Park Speedway booth and see us for an opportunity to win prizes and check out a couple cars. Racing action will resume at the speedway on July 30 for the Limited Late Model Canadian Invasion.

*Dave Brown photo*

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Peterborough Speedway’s Hot Summer

Peterborough Speedway's Hot Summer Schedule Gets Back on Track

By Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media


A week off – caused by an interruption due to Mother Nature – didn't deter fans at Canada's Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval. A strong crowd was on hand as the APC Pro Late Model tour joined the home track Battlefield Equipment Rental 4Fun, Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Truck and Paul Davis Systems Thunder Car divisions – Saturday, July 16th – at Peterborough Speedway.


The night's feature events got rolling with a 20 lapper for the Paul Davis Systems Thunder Cars, with Tom Podd and Steve Mayhew on the front row. Kyle Donaldson – steering Howie Crowe's #28 – used the outside line at the drop of the green flag and was leading the pack by the time the lap counter showed 4 circuits complete. As the leader caught the tail-end of the field just past halfway, there were intense fights for position throughout the running order but no one had anything for Donaldson in the caution-free event. Nick Oram took the runner-up spot, with Bailey Jacobs – the day after his 19thbirthday – in 3rd. James Townsend and Rob Richards completed the top 5.


Stephen Bierworth and Chris Burrage brought the Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Truck field to the Great Canadian RV green flag to kick-off their 15 lap 'A' main. Burrage took control, but a quick yellow flag slowed the pace with a single lap on the scoreboard. On the restart, Burrage – the current point leader – had defending track champion Jack Dallin on his tailgate, but he held-off the attack over the closing stages. Jordan Dallin, Stacy Bierworth and her father Stephen rounded-out the fast 5 finishers.


With 20 laps on the agenda, former Autumn Colours Classic Champion Griffin Powell and Jeremy Kelly paced the Battlefield Equipment Rental 4Fun squad from the staging area for their feature tilt. 2015 track champ Ryan Oosterholt took second from Kelly as the field scored the 6th circuit and just a lap later, Powell caught the backmarkers and began lapping the slower cars. The race's only yellow flag flew before the pack had crossed the line again and on the ensuing restart, Oosterholt took over the top position. Powell chased the #79 machine across the stripe, with Kelly, Sean Kennedy and Matthew Vanderbelt finishing the top 5 in the run-down.


In the tour's 5th event of the season, Shawn Chenoweth continued his Peterborough Speedway dominance, taking his 3rd straight win at the tight, tricky bullring on Mount Pleasant Road, west of the Liftlock City. Billy Schwartzenburg, Andrew Gressel, Jamie Cox and Josh Stade completed the top 5. Full details on the APC Pro Late Model event can be found on the series web-site,www.apcracingseries.com.


Earlier in the evening, Nick Oram and Kyle Donaldson each won a pair of Paul Davis Systems Thunder Car heat races, with current point leader Chris Burrage and Stephen Bierworth taking the Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Truck qualifiers. Ryan Oosterholt, Kent Missons, Carson Hennessey and Shawn Solomon went to victory lane following the Battlefield Equipment Rental 4Fun preliminary rounds.


Bullring Bullet Points: The 50/50 draw paid almost $950 to Randy Mackin of Lindsay…James Townsend made his first start in a Thunder Car ride that the team acquired from the Luc Gignac team…Michael Shumilak made the 8-hour tow from Timmins, Ontario and finished 10th in the Thunder Car feature. It was the first time the driver had run an event without suffering a mechanical issue.


Action at Canada's Toughest 3rd of a Mile Paved Oval continues Saturday, July 23rd when Country 105 presents the Mid-Summer Bash. On track will feature the Jiffy Lube Mini Stocks, Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Trucks, Paul Davis Systems Thunder Cars, Earl Ireland Auto Sales Late Models and Ontario Modifieds Racing Series. Pit gates open at 3:00, with the spectator grandstands unlocked at 5:00and qualifying heats beginning at 6:00.


Full schedule details – along with up to the minute news and results – are always available atwww.peterboroughspeedway.com, by liking the track on Facebook or following it on Twitter. You can also download the free Peterborough Speedway app on your Smartphone.


Photo attachment: Morgan Amber Photography


In a fill-in role, Kyle Donaldson (#28) steered his way to the Paul Davis Systems Thunder Car main event win – Saturday, July 16th – at Peterborough Speedway.


It was a tough fight, but current point leader Chris Burrage (#9) claimed the Trent Lakes Complete Plumbing Renegade Truck feature win – Saturday, July 16th – at Peterborough Speedway.


Defending track champion Ryan Oosterholt (#79) added another trophy to his growing collection with the Battlefield Equipment Rental 4Fun checkered flag – Saturday, July 16th – at Peterborough Speedway.


Shawn Chenoweth (centre) is joined by the 2nd and 3rd place finishers after winning the 100 lap APC Pro Late Model feature – Saturday, July 16th – at Peterborough Speedway.


Prepared by: Jim Clarke, Clarke Motorsports Communications/First Draft Media


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