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A host of new names, such as Chase Dowling and Tommy Barrett,
will join Outlaw Open Modified Series regulars like Chris Pasteryak
(#75CT) in next Wednesday's Twisted Tea Tripoint Showdown 75.
(Alan Ward photo) 

New Names Joining Outlaw
Open Modified Field
for Tripoint Showdown 75

EVENT SCHEDULE - THOMP - 9/15  
Story by Souza Media

Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- A mix of new names and a slate of returning faces are set to keep fans on the edge of their seats at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway on Wednesday, September 15. As the Outlaw Open Modified Series readies to return to the track for the $5,000-to-win Twisted Tea Tripoint Showdown 75, the fourth race of the season will mark the final tune-up for the return of the historic Thompson 300 on Sunday, October 10.

Over the first three races, Ron Silk scored the $10,000 prize at the Icebreaker in April, Keith Rocco won the Nutmeg State 75 in June, and Ronnie Williams scored last time on the track at the Midsummer 75 in August. This time around, Rocco and Williams are back to defend their crowns while names like Matt Swanson, Chris Pasteryak, and Tyler Barry are heading back to Thompson with their sights set on Victory Lane.

Swanson and Pasteryak have shown speed in the first few events of the year. Swanson, who finished third last time out, is looking for his first Thompson victory after years of coming close with Boehler Racing. Pasteryak, a veteran of Modified racing, is a former Modified Racing Series champion and frontrunner in every series he runs.

On the flip side, rising star Tyler Barry only has a few Tour-Type Modified stars to his credit. Barry will return to Thompson on Wednesday looking to storm to the front of the field and challenge some of the most experienced Modified drivers in the region. Names like Brett Meservey and Tommy Barrett are officially entered to compete the 0.625-mile oval.

As far as new names are concerned, the biggest of them all might be Chase Dowling. Set to come to Thompson for the first time this year, Dowling will drive the No. 9 Start/Finish Motorsports entry -- the same car he has been to Victory Lane with multiple times this year. Dowling is a multi-time winner of the Stafford Motor Speedway Open Modified events and also has one Tri-Track Open Modified Series win to his credit at Monadnock Speedway last month. He is currently second in the Tri Track point standings with just one race left in their season. Dowling, who is planning on being a major contender for the $20,000 to win prize at the Thompson 300 next month, is hoping to get a $5,000 prize on September 15 first as part of a "practice" session for his team.

"That's the goal of it all," the Roxbury, CT native, said. "I wanted to hunker down and we decided to go there on Wednesday and try and figure it out. I think the car count is going to be high this Wednesday with the Thompson 300 closing in. It should be a good race. The competition is strong in these races, but I think we will be good. I don't doubt our team. We have been great showing up at race tracks all year and adapting, and we have a notebook from there in the past, whether it be in the Tour-Type or the SK Modified."

Other new names that have filed entries for the event are two-time SK Light Modified winner Paul "Buddy" Charette and fellow SK Light Modified ace Nick Anglace. So have Paul LaPlante and Josh Zentek as they get ready for the Thompson 300.

Outside of the Outlaw Open Modified Series, four other divisions will roar back to life on Wednesday. The Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsman division returns to a tight battle at the top of their championship standings with two races to go. With one victory, former track champion "Leadfoot" Larry Barnett leads August winner Ryan Waterman by three points. Corey Fanning, who also has a win this year, is only seven points back. Those three will be joined by the likes of Brent Gleason, Scott Sundeen and more in the 20-lap feature.

Another $1,200 to win, 25-lap feature for the Late Models is also on tap. In the first three events, three different drivers have graced Victory Lane: Tom Carey III, Mark Jenison and Brian Tagg. However, consistent top-five finishes have Ryan Morgan ahead in the championship battle over Woody Pitkat by just one point.

The SK Light Modifieds return to Thompson with youngster Anthony Bello holding a small nine-point advantage over Paul Charette. Bello and Albert Ouellette are the only two drivers to finish inside the top-five in the first three races while Charette's two wins have him in the hunt. Charette will do double-duty next Wednesday in both the Outlaw Open Modified Series and SK Light Modifieds. The Mini Stocks are also heading back to the track for a 15-lap feature featuring point leader Jared Roy, June winner Steve Michalski and many others.

The Wednesday racing series at Thompson Speedway wraps up with the Tripoint Showdown 75 presented by Twisted Tea on Wednesday, September 15 at 6:00pm. The Outlaw Open Modified Series has a $5,000-to-win showdown in their final tune-up for next month's Thompson 300. They'll be joined by the Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks. Admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under.

The return of the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing is set for October 8-10. Camping spots are already open for purchase by visiting www.thompsonspeedway.com. ACT and PASS plan to release the division line-up soon.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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WEDS., AUG. 11th, 2021
Tolland, CT's Ronnie Williams celebrates his $5,000 victory in
the Truly Lemonade Hard Seltzer 75 at Thompson Speedway
Motorsports Park on Wednesday, August 11.
(Alan Ward photo)
Williams Comes Alive Late to Win
Truly Hard Lemonade Midsummer 75
Thompson, CT -- Tolland, CT's Ronnie Williams found some late magic to win the Truly Lemonade Hard Seltzer Midsummer 75 at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, September 15. Williams took the lead from Chelmsford, MA's Jon McKennedy with 17 laps remaining and got stronger as the race wound down to grab the $5,000 victor's paycheck for the Outlaw Open Modified Series.

The multi-time SK Modified champion started on the outside pole after both he and Keith Rocco earned three passing points in their qualifying heat. However, Williams spent the first portion of the event running in the second pack as Rocco, Ryan Preece, and Matt Swanson set a torrid pace. After Rocco led the first 13 laps, Preece was on the good end of a crossover three-pack to nab the point entering turn one.

Preece started to pull away around the halfway mark while McKennedy went on the march. McKennedy started at the back after failing to finish his qualifying heat but was up to the third spot with less than 35 laps to go. Just as McKennedy reached Rocco's rear bumper with 46 laps complete, Andrew Charron and Brett Meservey got wadded up in turn two to bring out the race's only caution flag.  READ MORE
     
WEDS., AUG. 11th - 6:00 PM

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Four different local divisions are in action at Connecticut's Thompson
Speedway this Wednesday, including the Vandi Auto Supply Limited
Sportsmen, who will have many drivers doing double-duty with the
Street Stock Open. (Alan Ward photo)
Local Thompson Divisions Ready to
Resume Seasons This Wednesday
New Names Added to Midsummer 75 Entry List
THOMPSON WEDNESDAY,
AUGUST 11th SCHEDULE PDF
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- The Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park season gets back underway this Wednesday, August 11, with the Truly Lemonade Hard Seltzer Midsummer 75. A six-division card is ready to do battle with big stars on hand and a great weather forecast.

The focus for many fans will be the 75-lap showdown for the Outlaw Open Modified Series. A stout field is expected that includes Tour-type Modified standouts Eric Goodale, Dave Sapienza, Chris Pasteryak, Matt Swanson, NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece and Mike Christopher Jr.

Several new Outlaw Open Modified entries have also come in over the last few days. NASCAR's Preece, the winner of the Whelen Modified Tour event at Stafford Speedway this past Friday, has confirmed he will be at Thompson Speedway on Wednesday. Entries also have arrived from Tyler Barry, the grandson of legendary Modified car owner Art Barry, and Brett Meservey, whose family is well-known in the Northeast Modified ranks.

However, there is more to the show than just the main event. The Late Models, SK Light Modifieds, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsman, and Mini Stocks have the latest round of their championship battles. A $1,000-to-win Street Stock Open completes the card, which should draw many of the Limited Sportsman cars. These local heroes have as big a passion for motorsports as anyone and will give it their all every lap around the 5/8-mile high banks. Names like Ryan Waterman, Larry Barnett and Icebreaker Open Street Stock winner Paul Newcomb are expected to be among the top contenders.

The Late Models are racing for a $1,200 top prize in their 25-lap main event. The man to beat so far in 2021 has been New Salem, MA's Tom Carey III. He won the Icebreaker feature and followed that with a runner-up at the June 16 event. Carey also has a victory and four podium finishes on the ACT Late Model Tour, making him a contender for two different championships.

Oxford, MA's Brian Tagg looks to ride the momentum of his flag-to-flag June 16 victory. North Franklin, MA's Ryan Morgan sits second in points after a pair of top-three efforts. Other Late Model drivers to watch on Wednesday night include Woody Pitkat, Rick Gentes, Matthew Lowinski-Loh, and Nick Johnson.

The SK Light Modifieds are going 20 laps in their Midsummer shootout. Newtown, CT's Anthony Bello and Woodstock, CT's Buddy Charette have split the two features this year, both of which were up for grabs right until the end. Bello leads the overall standings after finishing second to Charette last time out.

Ellington, CT's Albert Ouellette sits second in the standings, sandwiched between Ouellette and Charette, after a pair of top-five finishes. John O'Sullivan III, Josh Carey, Jason Paquette, and Nathan Pytko are other potential contenders for the win on Wednesday.

The Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen are expecting another strong field. They're led by Moosup, CT's "Leadfoot" Larry Barnett and Mapleville, RI's Corey Fanning, the two feature winners in 2021. Barnett, one of the drivers planning double duty with the Street Stock Open, is among the winningest racers in Thompson Speedway history. Fanning is a 27-year-old up-and-comer with a new baby at home as a former champion at Seekonk Speedway.

Age doesn't matter, though, when they get on the racetrack. Both wheelmen are on top of their games and could bring the championship chase down the wire. Brent Gleason, Ryan Waterman, Scott Sundeen, and Nicholas Hovey will try to play spoiler.

The Thompson Mini Stocks are bringing four-cylinder excitement for their fans. They had a great turnout at the July 7 event before rain halted the proceedings early. With all July 7 pit passes being honored on Wednesday, much of the field should return. This includes point leader Steven Michalski, Icebreaker winner Jared Roy, and veteran campaigners Dave Trudeau and Russell Barboza. With only 15 laps to get it done, the pressure is on for them to make moves and slash to the front.

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park goes green with the Truly Hard Lemonade Midsummer 75 this Wednesday, August 11 at 6:00pm. The Outlaw Open Modified Series is joined by the Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, Mini Stocks, and a $1,000-to-win Street Stock Open. Admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for ages 5 and under. A live pay-per-view will be available on www.Speed51.TV.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour star Eric Goodale returns to the
 Outlaw Open Modified Series at next Wednesday's Truly Hard
Lemonade Midsummer 75
(Alan Ward photo)
Outlaw Open Modified Stars Return
to Thompson Next Wednesday
for Truly Midsummer 75
Story Courtesy of Souza Media
THOMPSON WEDNESDAY,
AUGUST 11th SCHEDULE PDF
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- Some of the top Modified stars from across New England are set to return to Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park next Wednesday, August 11 for another round of the Outlaw Open Modified Series. The Truly Hard Lemonade Midsummer 75 lap race, worth $5,000 to win, will be the third race of the season for the popular division.

At the last event, which was slated for July 7, Mother Nature stole the show by bringing heavy rain into the Thompson area just as qualifying racing was starting. All of the pit passes, general admission tickets, and pay-per-view passes that were purchased for July 7 will be honored for the August 11 show. Additional tickets and pit passes are also available for the event.

In the first two Outlaw Open Modified Series races of the year, Ron Silk won the $10,000 prize at the Icebreaker in April and Keith Rocco scored a $5,000 prize in the Nutmeg State 75 in June.

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour hot-shoe Eric Goodale is planning to make his second start of the series next week. In the Icebreaker 125, Goodale was challenging for the lead late in the $10,000-to-win race before Jon McKennedy's motor expired and Goodale was one of several collected in the accident.

Goodale, who has also been competing regularly in Stafford's Open Modified events, is excited to return to the high-banks and run what is considered a sprint race for most Modified teams.

"I like it," Goodale said of the short distance. "If it's 75 laps, you have to keep yourself in contention the whole time, and you can wheel the car pretty heavily in the beginning to put yourself in a good position with the tire change. You treat this for us like a Tour race -- you put yourself in the best spot and not completely use up your car until it matters. Hopefully you make the right adjustment on the pit stop and go to town."

Goodale is also still somewhat living the high of winning the Whelen Modified Tour opener at Martinsville Speedway in April, which was easily the biggest win of his career. He'd love to add another $5,000 check to his season's ledger.

"I definitely am riding that high, but realistically, we've had some disastrous races lately," Goodale said. "We've had a few where we couldn't even get out of our own way. When you have races like that, it takes the wind out of your sails. We came home fifth in the last NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Lancaster... going into that race, I figured we would be racing for 10th at best. Races where you don't win but still run well, they help you get your focus back."

Goodale is also looking for his first career Thompson win, something he has been chasing for many years.

"I finally won at Stafford, I have a few there now, but I've been racing at Thompson for so long and I've never been to Victory Lane there in any type of race," Goodale said. "It would be awesome to win there. I raced there back in my SK days, came close to winning a few races, but could never put it all together. Hopefully we can next week."

Additional entries expected include Keith Rocco, a multiple-time track champion and well-known Modified standout across the region; Ronnie Williams, a two-time SK Modified champion at Stafford Motor Speedway; and Boehler Racing driver Matt Swanson. The driver of the famed 'Ole Blue' No. 3, Swanson is looking for his first Tour-Type Modified win with the team and has come close at Thompson's high banks before.

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour regular Dave Sapienza and two-time Modified Racing Series Champion Chris Pasteryak are confirmed entries for the event. Both had top-10 finishes in the Nutmeg State 75 on June 16.

Drivers who were at the previous event before the rains came include Mike Christopher Jr., Jon McKennedy, Craig Lutz, and Patrick Emerling. Their entry fees and pit passes will be honored at the Truly Hard Lemonade Midsummer 75, increasing the chances of a return visit. You may see a few surprise entrants on the day of the race as well --one you will not want to miss.

On the local support division slate, the ACT-type Late Models are back on the track for their own 25-lap feature worth $1,200 to win. American-Canadian Tour standout Tom Carey won at the Icebreaker in April while former track champion Brian Tagg was back in Victory Lane for the first time in a few years in June. The division includes names like Woody Pitkat, Ryan Morgan, Nick Johnson, Derek Gluchacki and more who have had success around the region.

The Open Street Stocks will return to Thompson with their own Truly Midsummer 25-lap race, worth $1,000 to win. Most of the drivers in the Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, who will have their own race on Wednesday, are expected to run double-duty with the same car and chase the lucrative purse. In the Icebreaker feature, Paul Newcomb, a regular at multiple tracks across the region in Legends Cars and Late Models, stole the victory.

The SK Light Modifieds and Mini Stocks will also be back in action. The Mini Stocks, originally eliminated from the card for the June event, banded together as a group to increase turnout. A large number of them were on the property for the July 7 race day before Mother Nature struck. Most, if not all, are expected back for their 15-lap feature.

Thompson Speedway action returns with the Truly Hard Lemonade Midsummer 75 on Wednesday, August 11 at 6:00pm. The Outlaw Open Modified Series will go 75 laps for a $5,000 top prize. The card also includes the Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, Mini Stocks, and a $1,000-to-win Street Stock Open. Admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for ages 5 and under. A live pay-per-view will be available on www.Speed51.TV.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.
 
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7th - 6 PM

PRESENTED BY
WEDS. JULY 7th
CANCELLED
The Samuel Adams Spirit of 76 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports
Park was cancelled following a severe thunderstorm shortly  after
qualifying began. (Daniel Holben
photo)
Thompson Spirit of 76 Cancelled
Following Severe Thunderstorm
Tickets & Pit Passes to be Honored at Aug. 11 Event
Thompson, CT -- A severe rainstorm shortly after qualifying began forced the cancellation of the Samuel Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76 at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, July 7. The event will not be rescheduled due to a lack of open dates.

For much of the day, it appeared the worst of the thunderstorm would split around the Thompson, CT area and allow for racing. However, the storm closed back together and began pelting the track during the second heat race. Hard rain continued for nearly 45 minutes, leaving significant standing water on the racing surface. Officials determined the track could not be dried in time to complete the program at a reasonable hour, leading to the cancellation.

All general admission ticket wristbands, pit pass wristbands, and entry fees will be honored at the Truly Hard Lemonade Midsummer 75 on Wednesday, August 11, which features a $5,000-to-win event for the Outlaw Open Modified Series. The full event schedule will be announced at a later date.

Thompson Wednesday Events and Outlaw Open
Modified Series Full Information Here:
www.acttour.com/thompson-speedway
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Moosup, CT's "Leadfoot" Larry Barnett (#73) is planning double-duty
at Thompson Speedway next Wednesday with both the Vandi Auto
Supply Limited Sportsmen and the Street Stock Open.
(Matthew Wiernasz/WWLP22 News photo)
At the 2021 Icebreaker, Larry Barnett took his first Limited Sportsman victory at Thompson Speedway in nearly four years.
(Daniel Holben photo)
Local Divisions Looking to Steal
the Show at Spirit of 76

Barnett’s Double-Duty Run Among Highlights
of Thompson Support Division Card
EVENT SCHEDULE - TSMP - 7/7
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- The high banks of Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park will rumble with action next Wednesday, July 7 with the Samuel Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76. A six-division card is on tap for the belated Independence Day celebration, which is highlighted by a $5,000-to-win Outlaw Open Modified Series showdown featuring Ryan Preece, Jon McKennedy, Dave Sapienza, Chris Pasteryak, and other Tour-type Modified stars.

The local program will be just as, if not more impressive, with five support divisions sporting the best racers of Southern New England. The Thompson Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks are all tightening the bolts and checking the fluid levels for the next round of their championship chases.

An 8-cylinder Street Stock Open, which is a new edition to the Wednesday Summer Thunder Series, could end up being the race of the night. The 25-lap, $1,000-to-win special was a hit at both the 2020 World Series of Speedway Racing and the 2021 Thompson Icebreaker. It now returns for more high-speed, paint-swapping action with a four-figure prize on the line.
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Plymouth, MA's Paul Newcomb is gunning for his second straight
Street Stock Open victory at Thompson Speedway. (Alan Ward photo)
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Plymouth, MA's Paul Newcomb was the Street Stock Open winner at the Icebreaker. He has entered the July 7 Open and is going for two in a row. The former ACT-type Late Model racer has found a home in 8-Cylinder Street Stocks over the last few years, and his April victory surely has him looking forward to another drive from the Massachusetts coastline to the Tripoint region.

However, one of Thompson's weekly legends will try to steal Newcomb's thunder. Moosup, CT's "Leadfoot" Larry Barnett is planning double-duty next Wednesday. The Limited Sportsman point leader has also entered the Street Stock Open. Barnett plans to use the same car in both features while making a few changes in-between to adapt to the Street Stock rules package.

"It might not be the smartest thing to try to do, but as soon as I saw the order of events was somewhat doable, it made me think about it," Barnett said. "I looked back at some lap times from the Icebreaker and realized some of the driver's lap times weren't as far apart as I thought. It would be a real stretch to win two in one night. But because of the harder, skinnier tires that are run at Thompson now, it gives us a chance with a few other changes. If we happen to hit the setup, we could run with them. My goal is to give someone a run for the money."

Barnett is one of the most accomplished drivers in Thompson Speedway history. His 60 total wins -- the latest of which came at the Icebreaker in April -- are fourth all-time at the track. Only Ted Christopher, Rick Gentes, and Fred DeSarro have made more trips to O'Reilly Auto Parts Victory Lane. The Icebreaker victory was Barnett's first since 2017, snapping a long drought.

"Everyone else and even myself, you start questioning it...it's like 'holy crap, I haven't won in a long time,'" Barnett said. "When there are only eight races a year, there aren't as many chances as there were years ago to win. At the Icebreaker, getting ready in the shop and on the practice day, I was basically completely on my own. I had my wife and one other crew guy that joined us last year on the day of the race. It was just a few of us."

"Winning meant more than anyone can imagine," Barnett went on. "When you think you're putting in as much effort as you can, and you go without winning for so long...we finally figured it out. Last Fall, we figured out what was wrong with the car with the frame. We took the car to Barry Fluckiger and he helped us fix it. I had been running it like that since 2017."

The Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen sets up as an impressive feature in its own right. Mapleville, RI's Corey Fanning won the last time out, putting him just one point behind Barnett in the standings. They'll go toe-to-toe with Brent Gleason, Ryan Waterman, Scott Sundeen, and others who have no limits on how hard they'll push for victory.
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The ACT-type Late Models have a $1,200-to-win feature as part of
the support division card for the Samuel Adams Wicked Hazy IPA
Spirit of 76. (Daniel Holben photo)
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In other local action, the Thompson Late Models have a 25-lap, $1,200-to-win main event. New Salem, MA's Tom Carey III is currently the point leader at both Thompson Speedway and on the ACT Late Model Tour. He will have a busy week ahead with the Thompson event on Wednesday and a trip to Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway the following Sunday.

Carey and Oxford, MA's Brian Tagg have split the two features at Thompson Speedway this year. Franklin, CT's Ryan Morgan has been on the podium in both features while many-time Thompson victor Woody Pitkat of Bellingham, MA has also looked strong. Rick Gentes is trying to get back to his winning ways, as are Nicholas Johnson, Matthew Lowinski-Loh, and Mark Jenison.

The SK Light Modifieds have put on some of the best racing of the year at Thompson Speedway. Newtown, MA's Anthony Bello is one spot away from perfection, following up his Icebreaker victory with a runner-up on June 16. That has given him a 14-point lead over Ellington, CT's Albert Ouellette. Paul "Buddy" Charette picked up the Nutmeg State 20 victory last month and sits third in points.

The Mini Stocks are also returning for a 15-lap feature. A strong field is expected after the division banded together to ensure they would have the cars needed for a great show. They'll be chasing point leader Steven Michalski of Brooklyn, CT; Icebreaker winner Jared Roy of Sterling, CT; and co-number two point driver Dave Trudeau of Marshfield, CT.

The Thompson Speedway oval thunders again on Wednesday, July 7 at 6:00pm with the Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76. The Outlaw Open Modified Series is chasing a $5,000 top prize as part of a six-division program with the Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, $1,000-to-win Street Stock Open, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks.

General admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under. and under. Speed51.TV will also have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modifieds-at-thompson-july-7.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.
     
Thompson Outlaw Open Modified Series Info
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Thompson Points Standings
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The Sunoco Modifieds will have the option to run with the Outlaw Open Modifieds at the Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76 after their feature was removed from the schedule due to a tire shortage. (Daniel Holben photo)
Sunoco Modified Feature
Removed from July 7 Thompson
Event Due to Tire Shortage

Bonus Awards Offered for Sunoco Mods
that Run with Outlaw Open Modifieds
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) officials announced today that they have made the difficult decision to remove the standalone Sunoco Modified feature from the July 7 program at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. The decision is the result of an SK Modified(r) tire shortage, which has left an extremely limited number of tires available for teams in the region.

Instead of a separate feature, Sunoco Modified drivers now have the option to compete in the Samuel Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76 for the Outlaw Open Modified Series. ACT and PASS are offering bonus awards to the top-five finishers in the $5,000-to-win main event who are running a legal Sunoco Modified car. These cars can use any carburetor when running with the Outlaw Open Modifieds. 

The top Sunoco Modified finisher will receive a $400 bonus in addition to the regular purse, which includes a guaranteed $600 to start. There is also a $300 bonus for the second-highest SK Modified finisher, $200 for the third-highest SK Modified, and $100 each for the fourth- and fifth-highest finishers. Sunoco Modified points will not be awarded since several drivers in the division were already planning to compete using separate Tour-type Modified cars.

The nationwide tire shortage has already caused several other tracks in the region to alter their schedules, including New York's Riverhead Raceway and Massachusetts' Seekonk Speedway. With Thompson Speedway not racing weekly, officials determined that leaving the Sunoco Modified feature off the upcoming program -- although disappointing to teams and fans -- would be in the division's best interests. SK Modified competitors at Stafford Motor Speedway and New London-Waterford Speedbowl can now use the tires that would have been used at Thompson, reducing the impact of the shortage on their weekly programs.

The next shipment of SK Modified tires for Northeast teams is expected to arrive in August. The Sunoco Modifieds will return to the Thompson schedule as soon as the tire situation is resolved.

"We hope to see Sunoco Modified teams run with the Outlaw Open Modifieds on July 7 and take advantage of the bonuses offered," ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. "We think it's the best temporary solution we can offer until the tire situation is sorted out. As soon as the tire shortage is resolved, the Sunoco Mods will be back on the regular card. We'd also love to put on some sort of special event for the Sunoco Modifieds and their fans as a thank-you."

"It's a tough situation," Michaud went on. "The Sunoco Modifieds have put on a fantastic show in their two events this year. Removing their feature from the July 7 schedule certainly was not something we did lightly or that we wanted to do at all. However, there simply are not enough SK Modified tires to go around right now. We think leaving the remaining tires for the tracks that race these cars weekly is best for the division overall."

In other news, ACT and PASS officials announced on Tuesday that the Mini Stocks have returned to the July 7 program. Teams got together independently and were able to find enough commitments to promise a solid field, which led to them getting back on the schedule.

This keeps the program at a six-division card highlighted by the Samuel Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76. NASCAR's Ryan Preece, June 16 Open Modified winner Keith Rocco, Matt Swanson, Jon McKennedy, Dave Sapienza, and Chris Pasteryak are just some of the racers confirmed for the $5,000-to-win event. It's the third of six Open Modified events this year at Thompson, which culminates with the $20,000-to-win Thompson 300 on October 9-10 as part of the World Series of Speedway Racing.

The Thompson Speedway oval thunders again on Wednesday, July 7 at 6:00pm with the Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76. The Outlaw Open Modified Series chase a $5,000 top prize as part of a six-division program with the Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, Mini Stocks, and a $1,000-to-win Street Stock Open.

General admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under. and under. Speed51.TV will also have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modifieds-at-thompson-july-7.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.
     
 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16th, 2021

PRESENTED BY

Berlin, CT's Keith Rocco celebrates his victory in the Nutmeg State 75
presented by Twisted Tea at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.
(Alan Ward photo)
Rocco Scores Twice at Nutmeg State 75
Tagg, Fanning, Charette, & Michalski
Earn Visits to Winner’s Circle
Thompson, CT -- Berlin, CT's Keith Rocco picked up the 58th and 59th wins of his career at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park on Wednesday, June 16. Rocco capped the night with a thrilling victory in the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea for the Outlaw Open Modified Series, outdueling Ronnie Williams and NASCAR Cup Series star Ryan Preece over the final laps. He also triumphed in the Sunoco Modified feature, earning him a total of $6,500 in prize money on the night.

Woburn, MA's Anthony Nocella earned the pole in the Outlaw Open Modified feature and led the first seven laps before Chelmsford, MA's Jonathan McKennedy took over the point. The multi-time Modified Racing Series and International Supermodified Association paced the field through two yellow flags, fending off a herd that included Rocco, Preece, Nocella, Williams, and Mike Christopher Jr.

Rocco was the first car out of the pits and restarted fourth behind Dave Sapienza, Andrew Krause, and Max Zachem, who had all pitted during earlier cautions. McKennedy, meanwhile, had a slow stop and was relegated to ninth for the green flag. Sapienza led lap 51, but Rocco and Preece quickly wiggled their way to the front, sweeping underneath Sapienza entering turn one.

Williams and Matt Swanson weren't far behind as they settled into third and fourth. The top-three eventually broke away, running inches apart at speeds well over 100mph. Preece took a peek to Rocco's inside on several occasions, knowing that Williams was hot on his tail should he slip up.

With three circuits left, Preece finally made his bid, diving inside Rocco on the front straightaway. However, the many-time Thompson Speedway champion kept his Modified wound up on the high side and staved off the charge. Williams took advantage of Preece's lost momentum and roared into the second spot. There was time for Williams to mount one charge for the lead off turn two on the final lap, but Rocco parried that move as well to score the victory and the $5,000 winner's purse.

Tolland, CT's Williams and Berlin, CT's Preece got the second- and third-place trophies. Swanson, Chris Pasteryak, MicKennedy, Christopher, Sapienza, Nocella, and Zachem rounded out the top-10.
     
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NUTMEG STATE 75 presented by TWISTED TEA

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2021 - UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
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HOMPSON SPEEDWAY MOTORSPORTS PARK

 

OUTLAW OPEN MODIFIED SERIES

Pos., Start Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown, Laps

1. ( 7 ) Keith Rocco ( 57 ) Berlin, CT , 75 Laps

2. ( 9 ) Ronnie Williams ( 25 ) Tolland, CT , 75 Laps

3. ( 3 ) Ryan Preece ( 6NY ) Berlin, CT , 75 Laps

4. ( 4 ) Matt Swanson ( 3 ) Harvard, MA , 75 Laps

5. ( 13 ) Chris Pasteryak ( 75 ) Moosup, CT , 75 Laps

6. ( 6 ) Jonathan McKennedy ( 79 ) Chelmsford, MA , 75 Laps

7. ( 10 ) Mike Christopher Jr. ( 7NY ) Wolcott, CT , 75 Laps

8. ( 2 ) David Sapienza ( 36 ) Riverhead, NY , 75 Laps

9. ( 1 ) Anthony Nocella ( 92 ) Woburn, MA , 75 Laps

10. ( 5 ) Max Zachem ( 18 ) Oakdale, CT , 75 Laps

11. ( 14 ) Andrew Krause ( 24 ) Holmdel, NJ , 75 Laps

12. ( 12 ) Rob Richardi Jr. ( 12MA ) Taunton, MA , 75 Laps

13. ( 16 ) Shawn Monahan ( 55CT ) Waterford, CT , 75 Laps

14. ( 8 ) Anthony Flannery ( 25CT ) East Hampton, CT , 75 Laps

15. ( 11 ) Josh Zentek ( 81X ) East Haven, CT , 8 Laps

16. ( 15 ) Brett Meservey ( 45 ) Brewster, MA , 6 Laps

DNS ( 17 ) Brian Weber ( 76 ) Mooresville, NC

Lap Leaders: Anthony Nocella, 1-7; Jonathan McKennedy, 8-50; Dave Sapienza, 51; Keith Rocco, 52-75. (3 lead changes among 4 drivers)

Time of Race: 38 minutes, 35 seconds   Margin of Victory: 0.159 seconds

Cautions: 4 (laps 4, 23, 29, 50)

Heat Winners: Jonathan McKennedy, Keith Rocco

Prior to his Outlaw Open Modified victory, Rocco also won the 30-lap
Sunoco Modified feature. (Matthew Wiernasz/WWLP22 News photo)
Prior to his Outlaw Open Modified victory, Rocco remained perfect in the Sunoco Modifieds under the ACT/PASS sanction. Rocco started seventh in the 30-lap feature and quickly carved his way to the front, taking the lead on lap four. Troy Talman and Danny Cates were able to grab the lead back from Rocco on restarts, but Rocco swiped it back a lap later both times.

Wolcott, CT's Mike Christopher Jr. eventually moved into the second spot and caught Rocco with 10 laps to go. Christopher stalked the multi-time Thompson Speedway champion until trying an inside move entering turn three with four laps remaining. But the challenger wiggled and lost two car lengths instead. Christopher was unable to recover enough for another attempt at the lead, coming across the finish line in Rocco's shadow.

Chaplin, CT's Cates finished third while Dartmouth, MA's Derek Gluchacki took fourth in his first Sunoco Modified start. John Lowinski-Loh, Joe Allegro Jr., Chase Cook, Christian Turrisi, Talman, and Paul LaPlante were fifth through 10th.

Rocco's two victories tied him with Larry Barnett for fourth on the all-time Thompson Speedway wins list. He now trails only the late Ted Christopher, Rick Gentes, and Fred DeSarro.

SUNOCO MODIFIEDS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Keith Rocco ( 57 ) Berlin , CT

2. Mike Christopher Jr. ( 82 ) Wolcott , CT

3. Danny Cates ( 2 ) Chaplin , CT

4. Derek Gluchacki ( 88 ) Dartmouth , MA

5. John Lowinski-Loh ( 33 ) Thompson , CT

6. Joe Allegro Jr. ( 08 ) Vernon , RI

7. Chase Cook ( 8 ) Norwich , CT

8. Christian Turrisi ( 76 ) Clinton , CT

9. Troy Talman ( 3 ) Oxford , MA

10. Paul LaPlante ( 02 ) N. Scituate , RI

11. Jonathan Puleo ( 7 ) Branford , CT

12. Richard Williams ( 59 ) East Hampton , CT

13. Jason Sundeen ( 26 ) Douglas , MA

14. Darin Renihan ( 44 ) Woodbury , CT
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Oxford, MA's Brian Tagg went wire-to-wire in the 25-lap Late Model
feature. (Matthew Wiernasz/WWLP22 News photo)
Oxford, MA's Brian Tagg went pole-to-pole to win the 25-lap Late Model feature. Tagg quickly disposed of outside polesitter Matthew Lowinski-Loh at the drop of the green. As the leader steadily pulled away, a scrum broke out behind him as Ryan Morgan, Mark Jenison, Woody Pitkat, Tom Carey III, and others jockeyed for position.

New Salem, MA's Carey, the most recent ACT Late Model Tour winner, caught Franklin, CT's Morgan for the second spot just past halfway. The duo battled side-by-side for seven laps with neither giving an inch, which was exactly what the crowd and Tagg wanted to see. Carey finally cleared Morgan with four circuits remaining but didn't have to time to catch Tagg as the popular veteran scored the victory.

Morgan took third followed by Pitkat and Lowinski-Loh. Rick Gentes, Nick Johnson, Charles Bailey III, Jenison, and Jimmy Renfrew Jr. were positions 6-10.

LATE MODELS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. ( 1 ) Brian Tagg ( 9MA ) Oxford , MA

2. ( 8 ) Tom Carey III ( 5MA ) Warwick , MA

3. ( 7 ) Ryan Morgan ( 31CT ) North Franklin , CT

4. ( 6 ) Woody Pitkat ( 91CT ) Bellingham , MA

5. ( 4 ) Matthew Lowinski-Loh ( 17 ) Milford , MA

6. ( 5 ) Rick Gentes ( 70 ) Harrisville , RI

7. ( 3 ) Nicholas Johnson ( 6 ) Rehoboth , MA

8. ( 9 ) Charles H. Bailey III ( 94CT ) Lisbon , CT

9. ( 2 ) Mark Jenison ( 22RI ) Warwick , RI

10. ( 11 ) Jimmy Renfrew Jr. ( 00 ) Candia , NH

11. ( 10 ) Mike Benevides ( 50RI ) Westerly , RI

12. ( 12 ) R.J. Marcotte ( 81CT ) Millville , MA

13. ( 14 ) Paul Heard ( 32 ) Lisbon , CT

14. ( 13 ) Charles H. Bailey IV ( 4CT ) Lisbon , CT
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Mapleville, RI's Corey Fanning emerges from his Vandi Auto Supply
Limited Sportsman after winning the 20-lap feature. (Alan Ward photo)
Mapleville, RI's Corey Fanning marched through the Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen field to win their 20-lap feature. Fanning started eighth and followed Ryan Waterman and Larry Barnett early on. As they got closer to the front, Fanning asserted himself, eventually grabbing the lead from Waterman with eight circuits remaining.

Fanning was able to build a lead as Waterman, Brent Gleason, and Barnett sliced and diced for the runner-up spot. Gleason eventually grabbed it from Waterman and was gaining on Fanning in the closing laps. But he ran out of time, and Fanning -- whose girlfriend is expecting a baby at any moment -- rolled to the victory.

Barnett followed Gleason around Waterman to get third. Scott Sundeen, Nicholas Hovey, polesitter Troy Waterman, Jeffrey VanPelt, Charles Stott III, and Doug Benoit completed the top-10.

VANDI AUTO SUPPLY LIMITED SPORTSMEN

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Corey Fanning ( 47 ) Mapleville , RI

2. Brent Gleason ( 01 ) Griswold , CT

3. Lawrence P. Barnett ( 73 ) Moosup , CT

4. Ryan Waterman ( 75 ) Danielson , CT

5. Scott Sundeen ( 36 ) Sutton , MA

6. Nicholas Hovey ( 16 ) Chaplin , CT

7. Troy Waterman ( 7 ) Danielson , CT

8. Jeffery VanPelt ( 13 ) Johnston , RI

9. Charles H. Stott III ( 10 ) Medway , MA

10. Doug Benoit ( 12 ) Swansea , MA

11. Kevin Mason ( 37 ) West Warwick , RI

12. Tommy Shea ( 45 ) Somers , CT

13. Edward  Flanagan, Jr ( 5 ) Warwick , RI

14. Kristopher Kay ( 8 ) Dudley , MA

15. Aaron Plemons ( 91 ) Uncasville , CT

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Woodstock, CT's Paul "Buddy" Charette was estactic after getting his
first SK Light Modified win at Thompson Speedway. (Alan Ward photo)
Woodstock, CT's Paul "Buddy" Charette held off Anthony Bello and John O'Sullivan III for his first SK Light Modified victory at Thompson Speedway. Charette initially grabbed the lead from polesitter O'Sullivan on lap 6 of the 20-lap feature. Just one lap later, Steve Kenneway slammed head-on into the turn 2 wall to bring out the race's third caution.

Charette chose the outside groove for the restart only to have Icebreaker winner Bello muscle past him entering turn one. Undaunted, the former Late Model competitor kept hounding Bello until the fourth and final caution on lap 12 for a spin by Albert Ouellette and Josh Carey. On the final restart, Charette returned the favor, using the inside line to beat Bello to turn one. He then kept his rivals at bay for the final eight circuits.

Bello took second with O'Sullivan third. Oullette and Cary rebounded to complete the top-five.

SK LIGHT MODIFIEDS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Paul Charette ( 28 ) Woodstock , CT

2. Anthony Bello ( 2 ) Newtown , CT

3. John O'Sullivan III ( 15 ) Norwich , CT

4. Albert Ouellette ( 151 ) Ellington , CT

5. Josh Carey ( 69 ) Belchertown , MA

6. Jason Paquette ( 94 ) Baltic , CT

7. Michael Mitchell ( 40 ) Cumberland , RI

8. Peter Lopuch ( 71 ) Redding , CT

9. Daniel Gamache Jr. ( 88 ) North Smithfield , RI

10. Nathan G.  Pytho ( 24 ) Oxford , MA

11. Steve Kenneway ( 26 ) Lowell , MA

12. Paul French ( 37 ) Andover , CT

Brooklyn, CT's Steven Michalski (right) celebrates with his wife
after winning the Mini Stock feature. (Alan Ward photo)
Brooklyn, CT's Steve Michalski won a hard-fought Mini Stock feature. Michalski started second in the 15-lap feature but got a great jump at the start inside polesitter Russell Barboza.

Mansfield, CT's Dave Trudeau followed Michalski around Barboza and dogged him for the entire race. Coming to the checkered flag, Trudeau was finally able to get inside Michalski off turn four. But Michalski was faster in the drag race to the line, taking the victory by just 0.093 seconds. East Haddam, CT's Eric Bourgeois completed the podium followed by Barboza and Evan Bourgeois.

MINI STOCKS

Pos., Driver, Car #, Hometown

1. Steven H. Michalski ( 44 ) Brooklyn , CT

2. Dave Trudeau ( 97 ) Mansfield , CT

3. Eric Bourgeois ( 87 ) East Haddam , CT

4. Russell Barboza ( 4 ) Plainfield , CT

5. Evan Bourgeois ( 78 ) East Haddam , CT

6. Jared Roy ( 81 ) Sterling , CT

7. Nathan Taylor ( 92 ) Brooklyn , CT

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The Thompson Speedway Late Models are one of five local divisions
supporting the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea on
Wednesday, June 16. (Matthew Wiernasz/WWLP22 News photo)
Late Model Showdown Part of Busy
Wednesday Racing Card at Thompson

Story Courtesy of Souza Media

Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- Some of the top local Late Model stars are expected on Wednesday, June 16 when Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park roars back to life for the second time this season. Although the special mid-week event will be headlined by the second round of the Outlaw Open Modified Series, with the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea worth $5,000 to the winner, the Late Models are one of five local divisions in action.

Competitors are set for a 25-lap feature in what will be a hotly contested battle. Some of the top drivers from the Icebreaker are expected back for another round. One of those drivers is Woody Pitkat, a multi-time Thompson Speedway champion who is no stranger to success over the last few years. Pitkat swept both races in the COVID-shortened 2020 season at the 0.625-mile oval, including the 50-lap World Series showdown where he took home $4,800 in purse and lap money.

In 2019, Pitkat came just a few laps from championship contention, but a wreck took him out of tthe race late. Over the last three years, he's been the winningest driver in the tough division.

"We were dominant there with the car last year and the new tire this year for the Late Models has given us a little bit of a curveball," Pitkat said. "But, everyone is in the same boat out there on the tires. We just have to continue to work on the car and get it better."

Pitkat will be looking to advance from his fourth-place finish at the Icebreaker driving for Hartwell Motorsports, a team which has proven to be a successful combination. He's expected to be joined by the likes of Nick Johnson, Mark Jenison, Shawn Monahan and Icebreaker winner Tom Carey III, among others. Carey is coming off his first career American-Canadian Tour triumph at White Mountain Motorsports Park on Saturday and will be carrying momentum.

Pitkat is hoping the adjustments the team made over the two-month break will help the speed in his entry.

"We had something good going at the Icebreaker during the heat race, but I got nervous and I asked my crew to change it a little bit and it didn't work out," Pitkat said. "What worked last year didn't quite work this time around. Hopefully we have a good night and we can have a good finish."

Pitkat is also one of several drivers who have declared Thompson Speedway their "home track" in the inaugural New England Late Model Challenge Cup. Brian Tagg, Ryan Morgan, Charles Bailey III, and others are chasing a $5,000 top prize for the Challenge Cup champion. Contingency prizes from Port City Racecars/Crazy Horse Racing, Five Star Race Car Bodies, and ARBodies are also on the line.

Outside of the Late Models, the Sunoco Modifieds return to competition with a 30-lap feature, while the Mini Stocks are set for a 15-lap contest. The SK Light Modifieds are set for 20 circuits, coming off their photo finish at the Icebreaker, while the always exciting Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsmen will hit the track for 20 laps of their own.

Headlining the night is the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea for the Outlaw Open Modified Series. Some of the top names in asphalt Modified racing are expected to visit the Connecticut oval. Names like Mike Christopher Jr., Matt Swanson, Jon McKennedy, Keith Rocco, Ronnie Williams and others have already entered what should be a tight field of racers.

NASCAR Cup Series regular Ryan Preece, a two-time Thompson Speedway Modified champion, has entered both the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea and the July 7 Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76. In local action, Rocco (Sunoco Modifieds), Carey (Late Models), Jared Roy (Mini Stocks) and Larry Barnett (Limited Sportsman) all look to back-up their victories at the Icebreaker and grab their second straight.

At the Icebreaker, Ron Silk won the debut of the Outlaw Open Modified Series in a 125-lap event. The Nutmeg State 75 is the second of six events, culminating with the $20,000-to-win Thompson 300 as part of the World Series of Speedway Racing on October 8-10.

All of Thompson's Wednesday night races will be sponsored by Boston Beer Company and Hartford Distributing. The Wednesday schedule also includes races on July 7, August 11, and September 15.

Qualifying for the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea begins at 6:00pm on Wednesday, June 16 with features to follow. The pits for the June 16 program open at 2:00pm with practice set for 4:00-5:30pm. The main grandstands open at 3:30pm. All six divisions that are in action will compete in both qualifying and feature racing. The 75-lap, $5,000-to-win showdown for the Outlaw Open Modified Series will wrap up the night.

General admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under. and under. Speed51.TV will also have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modified-series-at-thompson.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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NASCAR Cup Series regular Ryan Preece (#6), a multi-time
Thompson Speedway champion, is returning for both the Nutmeg
State 75 on June 16 and the Spirit of 76 on July 7. (Alan Ward photo)
Jon McKennedy (#79) and Mike Christopher Jr. (#7NY) are two
of the biggest Tour-type Modified names pre-entered for the
Nutmeg State 75 and Spirit of 76.
(Alan Ward photo)

Preece Headlines All-Star
Outlaw Open Line-Up

for Wednesday Opener at Thompson

Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- The Outlaw Open Modified Series returns at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park this Wednesday, June 16 for the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea. An all-star line-up is expected to hit the high banks with Berlin, CT's Ryan Preece one of the biggest names who's entered the $5,000-to-win main event.  

Preece, a multi-time Sunoco Modified champion at Thompson Speedway, is in his third year of full-time NASCAR Cup Series competition. However, he still regularly hops in his Tour-type Modified owned by Ed and Connie Partridge for events all over the country. Earlier this season, he won the SMART Modified Tour event at Virginia's South Boston Speedway. This coming weekend, he'll take advantage of some off-time from the Cup car to run Modified events at Stafford Motor Speedway and Oswego Speedway, respectively.

Then, he'll turn his attention to the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea. Preece has entered both that event and the Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76 on July 7, meaning Thompson Speedway racing fans have two chances to watch their home-grown star in short order.

"I enjoy competing for wins and trying to get trophies," Preece said. "I just built a shop, and I was hanging some trophies up and everything. The feeling you get of accomplishment for winning, there's really nothing like it. Being able to come up and do some of those races and have that possibility is a lot of fun. I enjoy it -- plus I enjoy racing Modifieds. It's obviously what I come from doing, and these are all places that I grew up doing that weekly grind. So I'm excited to come to Thompson for these Wednesday shows. They seem like they're going to turn into a big thing."

Preece is just one of many big Tour-type Modified names who are planning to be at the June 16 shootout. Entries have been received from multi-time Modified Racing Series (MRS) and Supermodified champion Jon McKennedy of Chelmsford, MA; many-time Thompson Speedway champion Keith Rocco of Berlin, CT, Stafford Motor Speedway Champion Ronnie Williams of Tolland, CT; and two-time MRS Champion Chris Pasteryak of Moosup, CT.

Fans can also expect former World Series Modified Open winner Mike Christopher Jr., rising young buck Matt Swanson, New Jersey invader Andrew Krause and Jeff Gallup. Brett Meservey is taking the wheel of the Meservy family Tour-type Modified, while longtime Thompson Limited Sportsman star Shawn Monahan has entered the Outlaw Open Modified show. Even more names will be added to the expected entry list in the days leading up to the event.

They're all trying to dethrone Ronnie Silk, who won the Icebreaker 125 in the Outlaw Open Modified Series maiden voyage. The Wednesday events are 50 laps shorter, but all the key factors to a successful showing are still there, according to Preece.

"It's 75 laps, but it's 75 green-flag laps, and it's a soft tire," Preece said. "Track position is definitely going to be a big thing, but at the same time you need to save your tires, because you're going to need them at the end. I'm looking forward to it. I know we have top-notch (equipment) provided by Eddie and Connie Partridge, so it's going to be exciting and it's going to be a great show."

The Nutmeg State 75 is joined by all five of Thompson Speedway's local divisions. The Sunoco Modifieds, Late Models, Limited Sportsman, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks all have a full card of high-speed action. Local heroes such as Rocco, Troy Talman, Woody Pitkat, Ryan Morgan, Larry Barnett, and Anthony Bello are ready to do battle after a two-month hiatus.

Wednesday's show is the first of four mid-week programs throughout the summer. The Thompson Speedway oval will also host six divisions of thrills on July 7, August 11, and September 15. All of Thompson's Wednesday night races are presented by Boston Beer Company and Hartford Distributing. It's all building up to the 59th World Series of Speedway Racing on October 8-10, which features the return of the $20,000-to-win Thompson 300 for the Outlaw Open Modified Series. Drivers who attempt to qualify for all six Outlaw Open events in 2021 will be provisional-eligible at the Thompson 300, giving them one more reason to be at the track every month.

Connecticut's Thompson Speedway roars to life next Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00pm with the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea. The Outlaw Open Modified Series is going for $5,000 to win as part of a card that also includes the Sunoco Modifieds, Late Models, Limited Sportsman, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks.

General admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under. Speed51.TV will have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modified-series-at-thompson.


For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please email passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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(Tom Morris Racing Photography)
Anthony Bello Looking for Two Straight
Wins When Thompson Speedway
Roars Back To Life Next Week

Story Courtesy of Souza Media

Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- After two months of calm, Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park roars back to life next Wednesday, June 16 with a mid-week showdown in Connecticut. The Outlaw Open Modified Series headlines the program with the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea worth $5,000 to the winner. All five of Thompson's local divisions are also in action with their second event of the 2021 season.

The SK Light Modifieds return to the track for their second race of the season. If the finish to the first one was any indication, this will be one fans don't want to miss. Young rising stars Anthony Bello and George Bessette Jr. battled to the wire with Bello edging out for the win by a mere 0.023 seconds in a classic Thompson finish.

"We're definitely going to go two-for-two here," Bello said. "I have been going to Thompson Speedway since I was four-years-old. I've always dreamed of racing there, but winning wasn't even in my thoughts. It's very special that in my first race at Thompson, I was able to get my first win there. I'm looking forward to getting back."

Bello is driving for a new team owned by Paul French in select 2021 events. The combination joined forces in February and went south to New Smyrna Speedway to compete in the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing -- where they went to Victory Lane and won the Speedweeks championship. They continued their success at Thompson's Icebreaker weekend in April by scoring the victory and are hoping to carry that momentum into the upcoming race.

"I got connected with Paul French when I made a post on Facebook asking if anyone had a ride available for the 602 Modified division at New Smyrna," Bello said. "I have been friends with his son, Paul Jr., for a few years. Both of them said they had a ride open, and the rest has been history."

Bello will have a strong contingent of SK Light Modified drivers set to try and take the win away from him. Racers such as Bessette, Paul "Buddy" Charette, Shawn Thibeault, and Albert Ouellette are expected to challenge Bello in their 20-lap main event.

"I would like to thank my Dad, JB Management, Paul French Sr., and Jr. for putting together a killer car for me to go out there and win with," Bello said. "Fenceline Films, Gallagher GMC for their support, and all of the fans and people who help me at the track."

The Sunoco Modifieds, Late Models, Mini Stocks and Limited Sportsman will also compete on Wednesday, June 16. Keith Rocco (Sunoco Modifieds), Tom Carey III (Late Models), Jared Roy (Mini Stocks) and Larry Barnett (Limited Sportsman) all look to back-up their victories at the Icebreaker and grab their second straight.

In the $5,000-to-win Outlaw Open Modified Series race, names like Mike Christopher Jr, Matt Swanson, Jon McKennedy, Ronnie Williams, Andrew Krause, and more will go for the big check. NASCAR Cup Series regular Ryan Preece, a two-time Thompson Speedway Modified champion, has entered both the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea and the July 7 Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76.

At the Icebreaker, Ron Silk won the debut of the Outlaw Open Modified Series in a 125-lap event. The Nutmeg State 75 is the second of six events, culminating with the $20,000-to-win Thompson 300 as part of the World Series of Speedway Racing on October 8-10.

The pits for the June 16 program open at 2:00pm with practice set for 4:00-5:30pm. The main grandstands open at 3:30pm. Qualifying begins at 6:00pm with features to follow. All six divisions that are in action will compete in both qualifying and feature racing. The Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea for the Outlaw Open Modified Series will wrap the night.

All of Thompson's Wednesday night races will be sponsored by Boston Beer Company and Hartford Distributing. The Wednesday schedule also includes races on July 7, August 11, and September 15.

Connecticut's Thompson Speedway returns to action next Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00pm with the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea. The Outlaw Open Modified Series will battle for $5,000 to win as part of a card that also includes the Sunoco Modifieds, Late Models, Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks.

General admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under. and under. Speed51.TV will also have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modified-series-at-thompson.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please email passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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Three additional sponsors have been added for the Thompson
Speedway oval track season, which continues with the
Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea on Wednesday, June 16.
(Matthew Wiernasz/WWLP22 News photo)
Three More Sponsors Added for
Thompson Oval Track Season
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have announced a trio of additional sponsors for the 2021 Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park season. O'Reilly Auto Parts, Vandi Auto Supply/NAPA Auto Parts, and the Connecticut Department of Transportation are all supporting the oval track series that continues with the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea on Wednesday, June 16.

O'Reilly Auto Parts is now the official sponsor of Thompson Speedway Victory Lane. Their banner will greet all drivers that triumph in the Outlaw Open Modified Series, the five local divisions, and the touring competitors at the World Series of Speedway Racing.

O'Reilly is one of the largest U.S. auto parts dealers with more than 5,600 stores across 47 states. Customers can also shop online at www.oreillyauto.com. The Missouri-based chain was founded in 1957 and now sells thousands of parts for both professional automotive technicians and DIY customers.

Another parts company, Vandi Auto Supply, has signed on as the title sponsor of the Limited Sportsman division. They are also providing a push truck for the track's safety crew to help with clean-up when things go wrong for Thompson Speedway racers.

Vandi Auto Supply Inc. has five locations in Dudley, MA; Southbridge, MA; Brooklyn, CT; Plainfield, CT and Putnam, CT. As a locally-owned NAPA Auto Parts store, they carry all the company's genuine parts and accessories along with other leading automotive brands. Each Vandi Auto Supply store is open seven days a week to serve auto professionals, DIYers, and everyday drivers.

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) will hold two "Safety Nights" as part of the Wednesday summer series at Thompson Speedway. The exact dates are to-be-announced. Each event will promote the CTDOT's Highway Safety/Drive Sober programs, encouraging auto racing fans to drive safely to and from the track.

The CTDOT is a state agency responsible for developing, managing, and maintaining public transportation systems in the state of Connecticut. This includes highways, mass transit, railroads, waterways, and most ports. Through the Office of Highway Safety, CTDOT also coordinates an assortment of initiatives to raise awareness for issues such as impaired driving and work zone safety.

"We're happy to have these great new partners for our Thompson Speedway schedule," ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. "Everyone who drives or works on cars needs good parts, and safety is important both on and off the track. We look forward to working with these organizations in 2021 and hopefully for many more years."

Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park takes the green again this Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00pm with the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea. The Outlaw Open Modified Series is racing for $5,000 to win as part of a six-division card that also includes the Sunoco Modifieds, Late Models, Vandi Auto Supply Limited Sportsman, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks.

General admission is $30 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free for kids ages 5 and under. Speed51.TV will have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modified-series-at-thompson.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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The 2021 Wednesday night racing series at Connecticut's Thompson
Speedway, which includes four $5,000-to-win events for the Outlaw
Open Modified Series, will be presented by the Boston Beer Company
and their long-time partner Hartford Distributing. (Alan Ward photo)
 
Boston Beer Company to Present
Wednesday Events at Thompson
AWaterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have reached a multi-race sponsorship agreement with Boston Beer Company for the upcoming summer racing series at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Boston Beer Co has teamed with their long-time partner Hartford Distributing to sponsor this year's Wednesday night racing series.

The partnership will serve as headlining sponsor at all four Wednesday night events through their popular Twisted Tea, Samuel Adams Wicked Series, and Truly Hard Seltzer brands. Each of the four events includes a $5,000-to-win Outlaw Open Modified Series showdown along with a full card for all five local Thompson divisions. The first Wednesday night event on June 16 will now be known as the Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea.

Thompson racing continues on Wednesday, July 7 with the Sam Adams Wicked Hazy IPA Spirit of 76. The real-life Samuel Adams was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, making the sponsorship a fitting choice for the track's holiday event.

Wednesday, August 11, a six-division card roars to life at the Truly Lemonade Hard Seltzer Midsummer 75. The Wednesday night program concludes on September 15 with the Tripoint Showdown 75 presented by Twisted Tea.

All four events have a 5:30pm post time. As part of the agreement, Boston Beer Company products will be sold in the Thompson Speedway concession area for fans of legal drinking age.

The agreement continues a partnership that began in 2020. Boston Beer Company sponsored three divisions at the 58th World Series of Speedway Racing, setting the stage for this year's multi-race deal.

"We're excited to partner once again with the Boston Beer Company at this year's Wednesday night Thompson Speedway shows," PASS President Tom Mayberry said. "They're passionate about auto racing just like we are, and they understand the value it offers for sponsors. We're sure a lot of our fans are looking forward to responsibly enjoying Boston Beer Company products while watching some great racing throughout the summer."

Boston Beer Company of Boston, MA is the fourth-largest brewery in the United States. Jim Koch founded the brewery in 1984 with Samuel Adams Boston Lager as its initial offering. The Vienna lager has remained the company's flagship beverage to this today. The Samuel Adams line now includes more than a dozen year-round brews along with popular seasonal offerings such as Cold Snap, Summer Ale, OctoberFest and Winter Lager.

In addition to expanding its Samuel Adams line-up, Boston Beer Company has added several other nationally-known brands, including Twisted Tea Hard Iced Tea, Truly Hard Seltzer, Angry Orchard Hard Cider, and Dogfish Head Craft Beer & Spirits. Learn more about the company and its products at www.bostonbeer.com.

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park opens its summer racing season on Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00pm. The Nutmeg State 75 presented by Twisted Tea will feature the region's top open-wheel racers for $5,000-to-win as part of the Outlaw Open Modified Series. The Sunoco Modifieds, Thompson Late Models, Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks join them on the card.

General admission is $30 for adults and $10 for kids ages 12 and under. Speed51.TV will also have a live pay-per-view broadcast for those who can't make it to the track. Sign up at https://www.speed51.tv/products/ppv-outlaw-open-modified-series-at-thompson.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com. Don't forget to "Like" the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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The Outlaw Open Modified Series headlines Wednesday night events at
Connecticut's Thompson Speedway on June 16, July 7, August 11, and
September 15. (Matthew Wiernasz/WWLP22 News photo)
Outlaw Open Entry Forms Released for
First Two Thompson Wednesday Shows
Provisional Schedule Outline & Pricing
Also Announced for Wednesday Events
Waterbury, VT and Naples, ME -- American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have released the entry forms for the next two Outlaw Open Modified Series events at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. The Nutmeg State 75 on Wednesday, June 16 and the Spirit of 76 on Wednesday, July 7 are part of a six-division card for the track's 82nd summer of racing.

Both events will pay $5,000 to win and $600 to start. Nearly $29,000 in awards have been posted based on a full 32-car starting field. The entry forms have been posted HERE on Left and at www.acttour.com/outlaw-open-modifieds.

The early-entry deadline for both races is two weeks before the scheduled date. The first 26 teams that file their entries will receive a garage stall for the day. Subsequent entries will be wait-listed for garage stalls in the order the entries were received.

Just like at the recent Thompson Icebreaker, the top Tour-type Modified racers will go at it during the Wednesday night shows throughout the summer. Outlaw Open Modified Series events are also scheduled for August 11 and September 15. The Sunoco Modifieds, ACT-type Late Models, Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks will be part of all four Wednesday shows. The Late Model events also count for points towards the ACT New England Late Model Challenge Cup.

The six-race series concludes with the $20,000-to-win Thompson 300 as part of the 59th World Series of Speedway Racing on October 8-10. Modified champions Keith Rocco, Doug Coby, Ronnie Williams, Jon McKennedy, and Chris Pasteryak are among the early entries for the first Thompson 300 since 2005.

ACT and PASS have also released the provisional schedule and pricing for the Wednesday events at Thompson Speedway. The pits will open at 2:00pm with practice at 3:30pm. Qualifying begins at 5:30pm followed by features. full schedule for the Nutmeg State 75 on June 16 will be announced soon.

General admission at the Wednesday shows has been set at $30 for adults and $10 for kids ages 12 and under. Pit passes are $45 for adults and $25 for kids ages 12 and under. For those who can't make it to the track, Speed51.TV will have a live pay-per-view broadcast with pricing to be determined.

Both the schedule and pricing are subject to change. Fans can get the latest updates at www.acttour.com/thompson-speedway.

"We can't wait for these Wednesday events to begin," ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. "If the Outlaw Open Modified shows are anything like at the Icebreaker, all four Wednesday shows will be must-watch. The local divisions also had some great racing at the opener that we expect will continue all year. Thompson Speedway is an amazing track, and we're excited to see what the rest of 2021 brings."

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park kicks off the summer racing season on Wednesday, June 16 at 5:30pm with the Nutmeg State 75. The region's top Tour-type Modified racers will go for $5,000-to-win as part of the Outlaw Open Modified Series. The Sunoco Modifieds, Thompson Late Models, Limited Sportsmen, SK Light Modifieds, and Mini Stocks join them on the card. Admission is $30 for adults and $10 for kids ages 12 and under.

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

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