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The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) wraps up the 2019 ACT Late Model Tour season this Saturday, October 12 at Connecticut's Thompson Speedway. The World Series 75 is part of the annual Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing that brings 20 of the region's best touring divisions and weekly series together for three days of great racing.

ACT stars such as Rich Dubeau, Jimmy Hebert, Scott Payea, and Ryan Kuhn will take on many locals from Thompson, Seekonk Speedway, and other nearby tracks in the Saturday-night event. History has shown that Thompson is one track where the locals more than hold their own whenever ACT comes to town.

Last October saw a local triumph in the World Series 75 as former Thompson Speedway Champion William Wall took the victory. This year, Thompson standouts such as point leader Woody Pitkat of Bellingham, MA, multi-time winner Mark Jenison of Warwick, RI, and local legend Glenn Boss of Danielson, CT will try to score their first ACT triumph at the legendary track. Pitkat finished second in ACT's first visit of the year this past June and is eager to do one spot better.

"I'm feeling pretty excited," Pitkat said. "The last race (in June) was really the first time out with the car this year. Bob Filla and his guys pretty much take care of the car and maintain it – I just show up and drive! But he's always given me a piece that I'm able to adapt to and that I'm comfortable with. We always seem to be fast. I'm definitely looking forward to it."

This is the fifth straight year that ACT has concluded its season at the Sunoco World Series. The racing festival began in 1963 and is one of the biggest events of its kind in North America. ACT joins major series such as the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, International Super Modified Association, Northeastern Midget Association, and North East Mini Stock Tour for the 57th edition of the World Series.

While many ACT drivers are sticking to their own series to focus on the season-ending point battles, other drivers at Thompson will take advantage of the opportunity to run other events. Many locals are expected to compete in both the Thompson Late Model finale on Friday and the World Series 75 on Saturday. Others, like Pitkat, jump in cars such as Modifieds and Midgets and truly make it a full weekend of racing.

"Sometimes I'm in the points battle in a series, and sometimes I'm not, but I feel like running a couple different divisions throughout the weekend kind of gets your mind off that," Pitkat said. "It doesn't give you a chance to worry about it – you're just in one car, and out, and into another one. Your mind is just focused on what the cars are doing so you can give the crew members as much feedback as you can. That's one of the things I like about the World Series. Also, it's the end of the year, so it's bragging rights as well. If you win there, you can have those bragging rights for the whole winter and have that little bit of momentum to build up to the following year."

Pitkat and others will have to hold off the best of ACT to defend their track. ACT's charge is led by Plainfield, NH's Rich Dubeau. The fifth-year Tour veteran is coming off his second win of the year at Barre, VT's Thunder Road and a segment win in the non-point Vermont Milk Bowl. Dubeau only needs to start the main event to be crowned the 2019 ACT Champion, marking a culmination of a journey that began in 2015.

However, there is plenty still to be decide throughout the field. Number-two point man Jimmy Hebert of Williamstown, VT is going for the season sweep at Thompson after capturing the Summer Kickoff Series event in June. Colchester, VT's Scott Payea is looking for his first win at Thompson in his final race as reigning champion. A win could help Payea steal the runner-up spot from Hebert in the final standings.

Top ACT rookie Ryan Kuhn of E. Bridgewater, MA is putting the finishing touches on an impressive campaign. Meanwhile, sophomore standout Dylan Payea is trying to bounce back from two straight rough Thunder Road outings. Newmarket, NH's Bryan Kruczek could become ACT's only three-time winner in 2019 as he gears up for a reported championship run in 2020. Quebec veteran Claude Leclerc, rising Vermont racer Christopher Pelkey, and many more are getting ready to make the haul to Connecticut.

The ACT Late Model Tour travels to Connecticut's Thompson Speedway this Saturday, October 12 for the World Series 75. Post time is 2:20pm for the second day of the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing. The Saturday program also includes features for the Valenti Modified Racing Series, NEMA Lites, Exit Realty Pro Truck Challenge, North East Mini Stock Tour, and many other divisions. The pits open at 7:00am and the front gates open at 9:30am. A three-day general admission ticket is $55 for adults, $50 for seniors/veterans/active military, and free for kids ages 12 and under.

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Le vaillant pilote de Joliette, Rémi Perreault est a Thompson (CT) Speedway avec une équipe réduite! Il tentera de se qualifier a la Classique Annuelle!

Avons nous d'autres pilotes de la Belle Province???
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Selon le promoteur de l'Autodrome Montmagny, Mr. Kenny Thériault; Jean François Déry, Jonathan Bouvrette, Mathieu Kingsbury et Alex Tardif sont sur place en plus de Rémi!
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Pratiques :7 Tardif 11 Bouvrette 14 Déry 18 Kingbury 25 Perreault . Qualification de 10 tours : 3 Kingbury 10 Tardif autre qualification 4 Déry 7 Bouvrette 10 Perreault . Course un peut plus tard .
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Jonathan Bouvrette, le grand vainqueur de la portion ACT Late Model des World Series a Thompson (CT)... Congrats Jo...
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Autres résultats : 14ème. Kingbury 15 Tardif 18 Perreault 32 Déry .
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Bravo à l'équipe #41 de Jonathan Brouvrette. Belle victoire sur un terrain peu connu de l'équipe. Belle représentation du Québec avec 5 participants.

Merci à CeeBee et à Jack-Rogers pour les résultats. Depuis quelques jours et pour quelques jours encore je ne dispose pas des outils qui me permette habituellement de suivre l'actualité me rendant incapable de fournir l'information coutumière.

J'espère pouvoir revenir actif au courant de la semaine prochaine.

RÉSULTATS NON OFFICIELS

Pos., Pos. De départ, Pilote, N ° de voiture, Ville natale, Tours

1. (6) Jonathan Bouvrette (41QC), Blainville, QC, 75 tours

2. (20) Woody Pitkat (07MA), Bellingham, MA, 75 tours.

3. (7) Mark Jenison (22RI), Warwick, RI, 75 tours

4. (15) #Ryan Kuhn (72MA), E. Bridgewater, MA, 75 tours

5. (25) Dylan Payea (7NH), Milton, Vermont, 75 tours

6. (33) Derek Gluchacki (03MA), Dartmouth, MA, 75 tours.

7. (4) John Donahue (26VT), Graniteville, Vermont, 75 tours

8. (8) Michael Mitchell (44RI), Cumberland, RI, 75 tours

9. (1) Ryan Morgan (31CT), North Franklin, CT, 75 tours

10. (11) Bryan Kruczek (19NH), Newmarket, NH, 75 tours

11. (24) Glenn Boss (3CT), Danielson, CT, 75 tours

12. (12) Rich Dubeau (30NH), Plainfield, NH, 75 tours

13. (13) Jimmy Hebert (58VT), Williamstown, Vermont, 75 tours

14. (22) Mathieu Kingsbury (9 ° C), Blainville, QC, 75 tours

15. (28) Alexendre Tardif (21BC), Notre Dame des Pins, QC, 74 Laps

16. (18) Jason Larivee Jr. (70RI), West Greenwich, RI, 74 tours

17. (21) Frank Dumichich Jr. (42NY), East Quogue, NY, 73 tours.

18. (29) Remi Perreault (33QC), Saint-Paul-de-Juliette, QC, 73 tours

19. (34) Allan King (30CT), Hampton, Caroline du Nord, 71 tours

20. (10) Scott Payea (37VT), Colchester, Vermont, 65 tours

21. (31) Lance Jenison (22SC), Mount Pleasant, SC, 30 tours

22. (32) Brandon Lindahl (99CT), Uncasville, CT, 30 tours

23. (19) Michael Wray (42CT), Northford, CT, 11 tours

24. (17) Jake Johnson (15 MA), Rehoboth, MA, 9 tours

25. (9) Christopher Pelkey ​​(64VT), Graniteville, Vermont, 9 tours

26. (27) Paul Newcomb Jr. (7MA), Plymouth, MA, 9 tours

27. (23) Joshua Hedges (29MA), New Bedford, MA, 9 tours

28. (3) #Stephen Donahue (2VT), Graniteville, Vermont, 9 tours

29. (14) Peyton Lanphear (22VT), Waterbury, Vermont, 3 tours

30. (30) Reilly Lanphear (21VT), Waterbury, Vermont, 3 tours

31. (2) Tom Carey III (5MA), Warwick, MA, 0 tours

32. (5) Jean-François Dery (21CQ), Québec, QC, 0 tours

33. (16) Ryan Lineham (10RI), Hope Valley, RI, 0 tours

34. (26) Mike Benevides (50RI), Westerly, RI, 0 tours

Meneurs: Ryan Morgan, pôle; Jonathan Bouvrette, 1-75. (1 changement de leader parmi 2 pilotes)

Temps de course: 1:09:29 Marge de victoire: 0.779 secondes
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