Contributed by: ACT Staff
Grudge Matches Settled at Historic Race
The biggest race of the year, The 50th People’s United Bank Milk Bowl, has become the prime time focus for ACT teams across the region. 51 ACT Championship cars will enter Barre, VT’s Thunder Road, in an attempt to earn the lion’s share of a purse worth over $160,000.
With championship chases behind them, the race will serve as a grudge match for a series of 2012 duels. 2-time Thunder Road Champion David Pembroke will attempt to dethrone rival 2012 King of the Road Nick Sweet, after claiming the pole position in the race through time trials. Sweet, who dominated the Thunder Road Late Model division on his way to his second title, will start directly behind him in third.