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RPM Racing Engines, VMM Team Up Again for New Smyrna

Posted By Tj Ingerson On February 10, 2015

Categories: American-Canadian Tour

ACT World Series Racing coverage at New Smyrna Speedway on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.RPM Racing Engines will power the coverage of the American-Canadian Tour events at New Smyrna Speedway. (Eric LaFleche/ photo)PHOTO: RPM Racing Engines will power the coverage of the American-Canadian Tour events at New Smyrna Speedway. (Eric LaFleche/ photo)

RPM Racing Engines and Vermont Motorsports Magazine will team up to provide northeast racing fans coverage of the American-Canadian Tour events at New Smyrna Speedway during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.

RPM Racing Engines will present the coverage of the American-Canadian Tour American-Canadian Tour American Racer Challenge Cup by Vermont Motorsports Magazine on beginning on Tuesday, February 10. RPM Racing Engines also powered the coverage of the first American-Canadian Tour events at New Smyrna Speedway in 2011.

Twenty-nine Late Model teams from the United States and Canada have entered the three-day event that will see them compete for over $55,000 in total purse money. The teams will run a standalone 100-lap event that will feature traditional American-Canadian Tour plus/minus heat race qualifying on Sunday, February 15 followed by a 100-lap feature event directly after the 150-lap NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.

The American Racer Challenge Cup will begin on Monday, February 16 with heat race qualifying and a 100-lap feature event. The next night, on Tuesday, February 17, will feature the third and final 100-lap feature and the field will be lined up by an inversion of Monday night’s feature result. The lowest combined total of Monday and Tuesday night’s events will be the winner of the ACT American Racer Challenge.

Vermont Motorsports Magazine will provide news and highlights throughout the three-day American-Canadian Tour event on and will have constant updates on its Twitter feed @VMMUpdates.

“We are very excited to bring coverage of racing featuring northeast drivers to race fans in Vermont and the northeast as the snow continues to pile up,” VMM Editor T.J. Ingerson said. “

The Georgia, Vermont-based RPM Racing Engines is owned and operated by eight-time American-Canadian Tour winning owner and crew chief Rick Paya. RPM Racing Engines is a leader in short track crate engines in the northeast with official engine programs throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York. RPM is an authorized dealer of Ford Racing Performance Parts, VP Racing Fuels, AR Bodies, and Synergyn Racing Oil, and has a full line of performance products for cars of all types.

RPM Racing Engines is located in Georgia, Vt., just outside Burlington, Plattsburgh, N.Y., and Montreal. For more information call (802) 524-7406 or visit