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54th Northfield Savings Bank VT Milk Bowl Schedule of Events - 10/1-2/16

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GENERAL ADMISSION GATES OPENS:  10am (both days)  PIT GATE OPENS:  8am (both days)

ADULT GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS
ADULT SAT. ONLY TICKET:  $10
ADULT SAT. & SUN COMBO TICKET or SUN. ONLY TICKET: $30

KIDS 12 AND UNDER ARE ADMITTED BOTH DAYS FREE





NEXT EVENT:  SAT. & SUN. OCT. 1-2 - 54TH VERMONT MILK BOWL PRESENTED BY THE NORTHFIELD SAVING BANK.........GENERAL ADMISSION GATE OPENS AT 10:00am....PIT GATE OPENS AT 8:00am....POST TIME: 1:00pm.........
Sweet Wins 38th Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic, Dragon Claims King of the Road Crown

Sweet Wins 38th Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic, Dragon Claims King of the Road Crown

 

Nick Sweet of Barre continued his domination of the Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic, but it wasn’t enough to deny Scott Dragon of Milton his first Thunder Road Late Model track championship. Sweet led the final 117 laps on his way to his third straight win, and his fourth overall, in the 38th edition of the 200-lap holiday event, but Dragon’s runner-up finish was enough to give him the “King of the Road” crown by one point over Sweet.
 

Thunder Road crowned two other first-time champions in the final regular-season event of the year: Stephen Donahue of Graniteville won Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen title, while Jamon Perry of Hardwick took the Allen Lumber Street Stocks championship.


Allen Wins Thursday Night Finale On Jet Service/Accura Night

Allen Wins Thursday Night Finale On Jet Service/Accura Night

Jason Allen of Barre ran down pole-sitter David Whitcomb of Essex Jct. halfway through the race and stayed on top the rest of the way to claim victory in the Thunder Road Late Models on Jet Service Envelope/Accura Printing Night on the final Thursday night event of the season.

Allen started fifth in the 24-car main event field, moved into second on the eighth lap, and erased Whitcomb’s 15-car length lead grab first place on the 24th lap. Whitcomb couldn’t catch back up to Allen, but was able to maintain his position and finished the caution-free race in second place. The victory was Allen's first of the season, and the second of his Late Model career at Thunder Road.


Fleury Claims Checkers On U.S. Army Recruiting Night

Fleury Claims Checkers On U.S. Army Recruiting Night

 

Shawn Fleury of Middlesex grabbed the lead from rookie Chris Pelkey of South Barre on a late-race restart, then went on to claim his second victory of the season in the 50-lap main event for the Thunder Road Late Models.

Pelkey took the lead from pole-sitter Scott Coburn of Barre and stayed in front until the second caution of the event flew on lap 46. Fleury, on the outside of the front row on the ensuing restart, took over the top spot on lap 47. Nick Sweet of Barre charged from 15th starting position to take second place, while Pelkey finished for third.