Contributed by: ACT Staff
The American-Canadian Tour stock car racing organization has announced the hiring of six new officials to help oversee operations with the ACT Late Model Tour, the Série ACT Castrol, and Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl in Barre, VT.
Kevin Farrar of Lewiston, ME, and his wife, Eve Worcester, will take on important roles in the 2008 racing season. Farrar will handle handicapping duties for the ACT Late Model Tour, including race-day registration and event lineups. Farrar served as handicapper for Oxford Plains Speedway in his native Maine from 1994-2005, and worked with ACT last fall. Worcester will be part of the scoring staff.
“I took two seasons off, but I was asked to work at Thunder Road’s Chittenden Milk Bowl last year,” said Farrar. “One call from (ACT President) Tom Curley is all it took to get me hooked again! Eve and I are excited about joining the ACT staff, and are looking forward to the experience.”