Contributed by: ACT Staff
In 2006 the Power Shift Junk Yard Warriors took home the bragging rights.
Participants in the Port-A-Potty Grand Prix were chosen prior to the Times Argus Mid-Season Championship event last week. Representing the Late Model division will be Dave Pembroke of Montpelier, who currently ranks one point out of first place in the race for the “King of the Road” title behind Shelburne’s Jamie Fisher. Joining Pembroke will be Sportsman point leader Nick Sweet of Barre, Street Stock rookie Bobby Therrien of Hinesburg, and Warrior point leader Bunker Hodgdon of Hardwick. All four drivers and their respective teams will pull, push, tug, or tow a home-built Port-A-Potty (functionality optional) in a race down Thunder Road’s frontstretch, aiming for the top prize – the Golden Seat. Thunder Road fans will also name the “best appearing” potty, awarding their selection the coveted Golden Plunger trophy.