From the monthly archives: "January 2007"

CYR HONORED AS 6TH ACT CHAMPION/GALLISON MACTAVISH AWARD WINNER

The American-Canadian Tour’s (ACT) 2006 race season came to a close Saturday night as the  Jean-Paul Cyr from Milton, VT was honored as its champion Saturday night at the Sheraton Burlington (VT) Hotel and Conference Center.  The title was the sixth for the veteran driver which tied him with the legendary Robbie Crouch for most championships won.  Crouch, who has recently announced his return to ACT competition, is the latest in a strong of competitors who will be vying for the 2007 ACT Tour crown.  Nearly 500 family, friends, crew members and fans turned out for the annual event which also saw several surprise awards presented.  In addition, Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT also presented hardware to its four divisions. 

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MAINE OWNED COMPANY PREPARES FOR EXCITING KICK OFF TO 2007 RACE SEASON

Maine Motor Sports Festival 3

Portland, Maine— J&J Family Enterprises Incorporated announced today plans for the third annual Maine Motor Sports Festival. New England’s most unique motor sports show will include more than two dozen cars and drivers from Maine’s premiere race track, Oxford Plains Speedway.

 

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CROUCH RETURNS TO STOCK CAR RACING

To Drive For Car Owner Dave Storey

            Waterbury, VT – Six-time American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Champion, Robbie Crouch of S. Burlington, VT will return to the Late Model Series in search of a seventh championship title in 2007.  Known as the “Tampa Tornado” during his heyday, Crouch last raced in July, 1997.

 

 

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Tom Mayberry Named Promoter of the Year

(Augusta, ME – January 5, 2007) Tom Mayberry of Naples, ME, President of PASS Racing, Inc was named 2006 promoter of the year after balloting by the members of the New England motorsports press corps at the Northeast Motorsports EXPO at the Augusta Civic Center on Friday night January 5, 2007.

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