Thunder Road SpeedBowl
HARVEST EQUIPMENT EVENT RESCHEDULED

Harvest Equipment Event Rescheduled

 After rains forced postponement of Harvest Equipment Night last Sunday, that event is now slated for Sunday, June 26, with a 5:30 p.m. twilight post time.  “The race day weather this year has been challenging, to say the least, but we are looking forward to this special twilight event,” said Darla Hartt, General Manager at Thunder Road.


Persistent Rain Forces Postponement of Thunder Road Harvest Equipment Event

Persistent Rain Forces Postponement of Thunder Road Harvest Equipment Event

 

Persistent rain showers have forced the postponement of the Harvest Equipment event at Barre, VT’s Thunder Road scheduled for Sunday, June 12. A make-up date is to be determined.

 

Despite multiple efforts to dry the racing surface for the event, which was originally scheduled for May 22, the rains returned each time. All grandstand admission tickets and pit passes purchased for the event will be honored at Casella Waste Management Night, on Thursday, June 16.

 

Casella Night will kick off Thunder Road’s 57th season of Thursday night racing. The event features a full card of action for the Thunder Road Late Models, Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen, and Allen Lumber Street Stocks. Post time is 7:00pm. Admission is $12 for adults, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and $25 for a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids).


YOUNG STARS ARRIVE AT THUNDER ROAD FOR HARVEST EQUIPMENT EVENT

YOUNG STARS ARRIVE AT THUNDER ROAD FOR HARVEST EQUIPMENT EVENT

 The popular win in the 54th running of the Memorial Day Classic,by Tyler Cahoon, Danville, VT was a sign of the emergence of another group of young talent that has arrived at the “Nation’s Site of Excitement”, Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl in Barre, VT.

Cahoon may have won the race, but Thunder Road and race fans also look like winners with the group of talented young teams who have recently become competitive with the ‘old guard’ teams, like fellow Green Mountain veteran racers Nick Sweet, Barre; Phil Scott, Middlesex, VT; John Donahue, Graniteville, VT; Dave Whitcomb, Essex Jct., VT; Trampas Demers, Shelburne, VT and Matt White, Northfield, VT.