Thunder Road SpeedBowl
LOOKING BACK AT THE 2005 MILK BOWL
THE ORIGINAL STARS OF THE MILK BOWL THUNDER ROAD'S ORIGINAL FLATHEAD COUPES WHERE DO FANS FIND HATS LIKE THESE?
THE STARTING GRID THE FIRST WINNER OF THE MILK BOWL - HAROLD HANAFORD WITH THE 2004 WINNER CRIS MICHAUD

FOUR POINT BATTLES WILL BE DECIDED MILK BOWL WEEKEND!
WILL JEAN-PAUL CYR TIE ROBBIE CROUCH'S RECORD WITH 6 ACT TOUR TITLES? WILL SHAWN FLEURY CAPTURE HIS SECOND IN A ROW NAPA TIGER SPORTSMAN "KING OF THE ROAD" TITLE?
ERIC BADORE LEADS THE ALLEN LUMBER STREET STOCK POINTS GOING INTO THE WEEKEND, WILL HE COME OUT OF THE WEEKEND A "CHAMPION"? MAYNARD BARTLETT JR. WILL BE CROWNED THE CHAMPION OF THE POWER SHIFT WARRIOR DIVISION IN 2006!

FIRST TIME WINNERS & A REPEATER IN BOND AUTO DASHES
Three first time winners visited Thunder Road’s victory lane Sunday in the 28th annual Bond Auto Labor Day Dashes. The events at the Barre, VT oval were part of the track’s $10,000 to win ACTion Super Series race for the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Late Models.

Ray Stearns from East Corinth scored a convincing win, the fourth of his career and first of the season, in the Sportsman division’s 40-lap main event. The veteran racer started sixth in the 26 car field and took the lead from sophomore competitor Dick Lowrey on the 15th circuit with a daring move in the fourth turn.

Lowrey, who started third, took the lead from rookie polesitter Alex Perkins on the sixth circuit. While the battle waged at the front of the pack Stearns sliced his way through traffic. He sized up the leader for a couple of laps before diving low in the fourth turn as the rear end of Lowrey’s car drifted high. Stearns stuck the nose of his car underneath and powered into the top spot. With no cautions to slow him down, the leader extended his advantage until the checkered flag flew.