Thunder Road SpeedBowl
No Price Increase - 2007 Season Passes Make Perfect Holiday Gift!
Thunder Road management has announced pricing for the high banked, quarter-mile oval's 2007 season pass will remain the same as it was in 2006. Passes, which are a highly coveted and popular holiday gift, are now on sale.

An adult General Admission pass will cost $180 while a child's pass (ages 6-12) will cost $50. A Gold Pass, which includes a specific, reserved seat for all stock car events at the track, will again cost $250. Last year's Gold Season Pass holders have until January 15, 2007 to renew the seat they had in 2006. After that date, seats will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Thunder Road's 2007 schedule features 18 events including three for the ACT Late Model Tour, two of which (the Bond Auto Labor Day Classic and the Milk Bowl) are ACTion Super Series races. The Merchants Bank 150 will kick off the season.

In addition to the Tour events, the NAPA Tiger Sportsman and Allen Lumber Street Stock divisions will have special races. The 22nd annual edition of the ever popular M&M Beverage Enduro 200, better known as "The People's Race" is slated for late July.

Orders for Thunder Road's 2007 season passes can be placed over the phone using a credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover) by calling (802) 244-6963 or 244-6964. Race fans using a check or money order can send in the correct amount to: 2007 Season Pass, PO Box 296, Waterbury, VT 05676.

All prices include Vermont's 6% sales tax.


NEVER A DULL MOMENT AT THE ROAD!
#97 KYLE TATRO RIDES THE WALL JOSH PAYEA #52 AND GREG ADAMS JR. #38 COULDN'T HAVE TIMED IT BETTER WITH THIS DOUBLE ROLL OVER
WHAT A RIDE FOR GARY MULLEN #29 AND THE 2006 CHAMPION #04 ERIC BADORE ONE THE LARGEST STREET STOCK PILE UPS OF THE SUMMER

RAIN FAILS TO DAMPEN SPIRIT AT 2ND ANNUAL WHEELS FOR WARMTH
SEVERAL HIGHWAY INFORMATION SIGNS DIRECTED FOLKS DROPPING OFF TIRES AS WELL AS BUYERS TO DUBOIS CONSTRUCTIN FOR THE 2ND ANNUAL WHEELS FOR WARMTH TIRE DROP & SWAP. VT GOVERNOR JAMES DOUGLAS ALSO DROPPED OFF TIRES ON SATURDAY MORNING A DMV OFFICER (RIGHT) INSPECTS TIRES IN THIS PICK UP LOAD TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY MEET MINUMUM SAFETY REQUIREMENTS. SEVERAL OFFICERS WERE ON HAND DURING SATURDAY'S DROP AND SELL AS WELL AS THE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY DROP OFFS HELD EACH DAY FROM 4:00 UNTIL 8:00 PM.
MANY INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS AND COMPANIES TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE TIRE DROP AND SWAP TO GET RID OF NON-FUNCTIONAL TIRES AND TO BENEFIT CENTRAL VERMONTERS IN NEED. THE CENTRAL VT COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL (CVCAC) REPORTS THAT 265 FAMILIES BENEFITTED FROM THE NEARLY $10,000 THAT WAS RAISED IN THE EVENT'S INAUGURAL YEAR - 2005. WDEV RADIO PERSONALITIES (LEFT TO RIGHT) ERIC MICHAELS, BUSTER THE WONDER DOG AND HIS FAITHFUL COMPANION, KEN SQUIER, WERE ON HAND FOR A LIVE BROADCAST DURING PART OF THE WHEELS FOR WARMTH DROP & SWAP. BUSTER, THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF "MUSIC TO GO TO THE DUMP BY" GAVE OUT MANY PAWTOGRAPHS TO YOUNGSTERS WHILE HE WAS THERE