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Junior Champ Kart rules for 2016 have been released and are now available in the Rules section.




2016 ACT MEMBERSHIP/LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND THUNDER ROAD SEASON PASS INFORMATION ARE BOTH AVAILABLE IN THE FORMS SECTION.....THE THUNDER ROAD OFFICE IS ON WINTER HOURS. WE WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:00AM-4:00PM MONDAY-THURSDAY AND CLOSED ON FRIDAYS.....
Unbuckled: Getting to Know Boomer Morris

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Boomer Morris

 

Driver of the #13VT Greg Lee Motorsports Chevrolet Impala

Hometown: Barre, VT

2015: Finished 15th in Thunder Road Late Model Points

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

I enjoy hunting, snowmobiling, and spending time with my family.

 

What do you do for work?

I am the owner of Classic Auto Exchange, in Montpelier, VT.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

Raising my three boys Hayden (7), Riley (5), and Gregory (1) with my wife Ashley.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Jaden Perry

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Jaden Perry

 

Driver of the #92 Brian Perry & Sons Construction Ford Mustang

Hometown: Hardwick, VT

2015 Season: Finished 2nd in Allen Lumber Street Stock points (1 win)

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

For the most part I am always busy working. When I have time for hobbies I really like snowmobiling. Of course this winter I haven’t gotten to do much snowmobiling yet. I also like hunting and since it wasn’t so cold this year I actually went out a little more than usual.

 

What do you do for work?

I work for my family’s concrete business. We also have a rubbish removal business but I do a lot more work for the concrete business.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

Last year I took a CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) class; if you know anything about having a CDL, the class is hard, and the test is even harder. I really don’t like any kind of school so taking the class at all kind of sucked, but I really like driving big trucks, and I passed the test on the first try, so I definitely think that was a big accomplishment.


Unbuckled: Getting to Know Gary Mullen

Unbuckled: Getting to Know Gary “The Farmer” Mullen

 

Driver of the #29 Seize the Day Farm Ford Mustang

Hometown: Tunbridge, VT

2015: Finished 10th in Allen Lumber Street Stock points (1 win)

 

What are your favorite off-season hobbies?

I don’t know that I really have any other hobbies – racing is my hobby. Right now I just work around the farm and do stuff there.

 

What do you do for work?

I’m a dairy farmer and the owner of Seize the Day Farm. It’s been 37 years as of last April. My grandparents owned the farm and my mother was one of their children, and no one in my mom’s generation wanted the farm. I practically grew up on the farm – either lived close by or next door most of my young life – and I wanted to be a farmer. So along the tail end of high school, I worked more and more for my grandparents on the farm. My grandfather was in failing health, so even before I was out of high school my senior year, I was milking cows twice a day and going to school. I’ve been doing it ever since.

 

What is your biggest life accomplishment?

It might sound kind of hokey, but just being a good person and helping people. And I really enjoy racing in the sense that I get to go and have a good time doing what I enjoy doing and hanging out with some pretty good people. It doesn’t always work out in my favor, but it’s a good time and I enjoy seeing other people doing well that deserve it. I enjoy working on the farm and doing things around here and progressing. I serve on the Select Board as well here in town, so I think I give to the community, and the bulk of the time I enjoy that.


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