Thunder Road Int'l Speedbowl News
Tony Rossi Steals Tiger Title, Sid Sweet Crashes To Street Stock Win At Thunder Road
PHOTO: Sid Sweet, Jr., grinds to a halt after crashing his way into Street Stock victory lane at Thunder Road Int'l Speedbowl on Sunday. (Alan Ward photo)
BARRE -- Tony Rossi took advantage of a peculiar situation on Milk Bowl weekend at Thunder Road and drove off with the first Tiger Sportsman championship of his career.
Rossi, of Peacham, entered Saturday’s qualifying day trailing veteran Barre driver David Finck by five points for the title. Finck simply didn’t enter. Read Full Story
PR: Joey Polewarczyk Wins 48th Annual Milk Bowl At Thunder Road
(From team press release)
BARRE, Vt. -- Joey Polewarczyk Jr. of Hudson, N.H., won the 48th annual People's United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, Vt., on Sunday, October 3. Polewarczyk won the first of three segments en route to a low score of 12 points in the monza-style scored event. It was Polewarczyk's fifth win of the season in Late Model competitition, including the ACT Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway last month and two ACT Late Model Tour events this season. Polewarczyk, who holds the track record at Thunder Road, qualified second on Saturday, won the first 50-lap segment Sunday and then finished seventh and fourth, respectively, in the final two 75-lap segments en route to the win. Polewarczyk now has two career wins at the track, including the 2009 VT Governor's Cup 150. Read Full Story
Joey Polewarczyk Drives Into Record Books With Milk Bowl Victory
PHOTO: Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., plants a kiss on Miss Milk Bowl, Dasiy Dalton, after his win at Thunder Road Int'l Speedbowl on Sunday. (Leif Tillotson photo)
BARRE -- Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., may be young, but he understands history. After Sunday’s performance in the 48th Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl, he gets to be part of that history.
After winning the outside pole position on Saturday, Polewarczyk, 21, of Hudson, N.H., put together an impressive string of finishes in the Milk Bowl’s three-segment format -- first, seventh, and fourth -- to earn low total score of 12 points and take the overall win on Sunday. Polewarczyk out-pointed Brian Hoar and John Donahue by eight points for the victory. Read Full Story