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Merchants Bank 150 Car Show and Practice Video

- Justin St. Louis on 02 May 2010

A recap of Saturday's ACT/Thunder Road Merchants Bank 150 Car Show and Practice.

"Aint' Quite Ready": Defending Winner Williams to Miss Merchants Bank 150

- Justin St. Louis on 29 Apr 2010

BARRE -- Eric Williams is a Thunder Road Int'l Speedbowl champion. He's the defending winner of the American-Canadian Tour's season-opening Merchants Bank 150 at the track, and won the ACT season finale at Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway last October. He's a winner of the Milk Bowl and Labor Day Classic.

And on Sunday, he'll be a spectator.

Williams confirmed to Vermont Motorsports Magazine on Tuesday that he will not be competing at Thunder Road in the Merchants Bank 150, an event that he and son Tucker made history at last year by becoming just the third father-and-son duo to win at the track on the same day. Full Story

Devil's Bowl 100 to Count in Thunder Road Title Chase

- Justin St. Louis on 29 Apr 2010

WEST HAVEN -- There will be a new challenge for the American-Canadian Tour/Thunder Road Late Model teams when they begin pursuit of the 2010 “King of the Road” title. With the announcement of the Sunday, May 23rd opening event at the newly renovated and paved Devil’s Bowl Speedway in West Haven, the ACT Late Models from Thunder Road have been invited to compete at the historic speedway. It will be the first point-counting event of the season for the Thunder Road Late Models. Full Story

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