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POSTPONED: VP RACING FUELS NIGHT

Thunder Road VP Night Postponed

Thunder Road’s VP Racing Fuels night scheduled for Thursday, August 1 has been postponed due to the forecasted series of thunderstorms in the region. The event has been rescheduled for Thursday, August 29 and will be the final point counting event for the Late Models. The event will feature the Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen 100-lapper along with regular events for Late Models, Allen Lumber Street Stocks and the Rough Riders.

Thunder Road will be back in action this Sunday, August 4 with the make-up event of Harvest Equipment night. Post time is set for 6:00pm with racing action for the Late Models, Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen and Allen Lumber Street Stocks. The grandstands open at 4:30pm with admission just $10 for adults, kids (ages 6 to 12) $3, and a family ticket $20 (2 adults, 2 kids).


VP Racing Fuels Night

Thunder Road Kicks Off Busy August with VP Racing Fuels
Tiger Sportsmen Special 100-Laps

The stars of Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT are preparing for a busy August schedule, set to begin this Thursday (Aug. 1) with VP Racing Fuels Night. The Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen will battle in a special 100-lap event along with regular events for the Late Models and Allen Lumber Street Stocks.

The hunt for the Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen crown has reached an all new intensity heading into Thursday’s VP Racing Fuels 100. The top five are separated by just 36 points following last week’s double points night. Two-time Tiger Champion Shawn Fleury currently leads the way, but Eric Badore, Jason Allen, Jason Woodard and Brendan Moodie all remain within striking distance of their first career title.


Times Argus Mid-Season Championship

Brooks Clark Cashes in on Times Argus Double Points Night

Brooks Clark of Fayston won the Times Argus 75-lap Late Model main event on Mid-Season Championship double-points night at Thunder Road despite losing a half-track lead with eight laps to go because of the race’s lone caution.

Clark took the lead for keeps on lap 33. On the restart, he had 16 year-old Joey Laquerre, who drove a courageous race, on his outside with Brett Gervais and rookie point leader Derrick O’Donnell of North Haverhill, NH in row two, ahead of Kyle Pembroke and Nick Sweet.

Clark got a quick jump on Laquerre and immediately took the A. W. Clark Jr. & Son No. 68 to the rim of the race track. The win was Clark’s second of the season. He thanked his team for rebuilding his car after a hard crash Sunday in the ACT International 500 at Airborne Speedway. “It’s been a long week for my crew,” he said.