Thunder Road SpeedBowl
HAPPENINGS BEFORE AND DURING THE MILK BOWL RAIN
ANNOUNCER TROY GERMAIN INTERVIEWS POWERSHIFT WARRIOR CHAMPION MAYNARD BARTLETT JR ON BOOTH BROS/HP HOOD QUALIFYING DAY RUSSELL INGERSON RETURNED TO THUNDER ROAD SUNDAY AS A FORMER MILK BOWL CHAMPION AND FIRST TO WIN THE RACE BACK-TO-BACK. HE'S WATCHED BY HIS SON, RUSSELL JR AND GRANDSON CHRISTIAN AS HE CHECKS OUT THUNDER ROAD'S FRONT STRETCH FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SOME 30 YEARS. THE ELDER INGERSON PLANS TO RETURN ON OCT 8 FOR THE RESCHEDULED RACE
A ROSE AMONG TWO THORNS - SARAH WILLIAMS BECAME THE FIRST WOMAN TO WIN A POWERSHIFT WARRIOR FEATURE RACE WITH HER VICTORY IN THE DIVISION'S NEW ENGLAND DODGE DEALERS MAIN EVENT. THERE WAS HARDLY ROOM TO MOVE SATURDAY IN THUNDER ROAD'S PITS AS NEARLY 175 CARS ACROSS FOUR DIVISIONS JAM PACKED THE AREA

43rd NEW ENGLAND DODGE DEALERS MILK BOWL TO CONCLUDE 2006 THUNDER ROAD CAMPAIGN
With just the 43rd New England Dodge Dealers Milk Bowl remaining in 2006 at Barre, VTís historic Thunder Road, the plotlines in most divisions are still thick. Of course the American Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models will also be wrapping up their season with the last of three ACTion Super Series events which pay $10,000 to the race winner. Additionally, the Tourís champion to be crowned. The under card also is shaping up to be just as dramatic as the main event with close points battles raging in two of the three of the trackís weekly divisions. Chad Wheeler was crowned as the weekly Late Model champion following the August 24 Kinney Drugs Trophy Dash.

2006 THUNDER ROAD NAPA TIGER SPORTSMAN CHAMPIONSHIP STILL UP FOR GRABS!