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2015 Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic

Thunder Road to Crown Champions at 37th Labor Day Classic


The 2015 “King of the Road” will be crowned this Sunday, September 6 in the 37th Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic 200. N. Haverhill, NH’s Derrick O’Donnell is set to claim his third consecutive Thunder Road Late Model Championship, while the title battles in the Bond Auto Tiger Sportsmen and Allen Lumber Street Stocks will come down to the final laps.


O’Donnell sped to his fourth victory of the season last Thursday at Thunder Road. The win mathematically clinched a record-tying third straight Late Model title. O’Donnell joins Chuck Beede (1992-1994) as the only drivers to be “King of the Road” three years running.


2015 Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night

Thunder Road Late Model Results Official Following Inspection


American-Canadian Tour (ACT) officials have announced the completion of technical inspection for the Thursday, August 27 Late Model event at Thunder Road.


Following last Thursday’s event, ACT officials took the engine and shocks from the #60VT Late Model team to Maine for inspection. They also sent the team’s transmission to New Hampshire and their MSD ignition/electronics box to Texas for testing and disassembled the car’s rear end for on-site inspection.


All parts were found to be in compliance with ACT rules and regulations. The results from the August 27 Thunder Road Late Model event are now official. These results along with the updated point standings can be found using the left sidebar of the Thunder Road web site.

2015 Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night

O’Donnell Puts Exclamation Point on Title Bid with Fourth Win of Season on Cody Chevrolet Night


N. Haverhill, NH’s Derrick O’Donnell put an exclamation point on his bid for a third consecutive Thunder Road championship by making a late charge for his fourth win of the season Thursday, August 27 on Cody Chevrolet Cadillac Night.


O’Donnell broke out of traffic late in the 50-lap main event and sliced through the front of the pack, passing cars low and high before reaching leader Mike “Beetle” Bailey. The two-time defending champion then swung to the outside of Bailey and grabbed the top spot with just three laps remaining.