Eddie MacDonald Finishes Sixth in ACT Labor Day Classic

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Eddie MacDonald Finishes Sixth in ACT Labor Day Classic

Eddie MacDonald battled from a difficult 20th starting position in the 40th American Canadian Tour Labor Day Classic at Thunder Road in Barre, Vermont on Sunday, September 2, to post an acceptable sixth place finish in the 200 lap event. A slick outside groove in the heat cost the EXIT Realty/Hancock Electric Chevy a decent starting position in the feature.
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ACT Title Chase Getting Serious at Summer Showdown Series Finale

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ACT Title Chase Getting Serious at Summer Showdown Series Finale

Waterbury, VT – The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) travels to Barre, VT’s Thunder Road this Sunday, September 2 for the 40th Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic. With just two point-counting events remaining, the fight for the championship has gotten tense, giving fans just one more thing to watch at the holiday special.
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Eddie MacDonald wins ACT 150-lapper, Spencer Morse outruns PASS Mod foes on night before the 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway

Eddie MacDonald wins ACT 150-lapper, Spencer Morse outruns PASS Mod foes on night before the 250 at Oxford Plains Speedway

Oxford, Maine – Eddie MacDonald of Rowley, Massachusetts, known as ‘The Outlaw’ in Late Model racing circles, added to his impressive resume in that class at Oxford Plains Speedway Saturday night with a win in the headlining American-Canadian Tour 150-lapper at the historic Route 26 oval racetrack in Oxford, Maine.

MacDonald, twice a winner of the prestigious Oxford 250 during its’ brief period as a Late Model race, will try for his third triumph in Maine’s Greatest Racing Classic on Sunday afternoon in his Super Late Model ride. On Saturday he took the race lead away from young Vermonter Evan Hallstrom, then outraced ACT championship contender Jimmy Hebert of Williamstown, Vermont to the checkered flag.
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MacDonald Scores Season Sweep at Oxford to Tighten Championship Chase

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MacDonald Scores Season Sweep at Oxford to Tighten Championship Chase

Oxford, ME – Rowley, MA’s Eddie “The Outlaw” MacDonald controlled the second half of the Oxford Plains 150 on Saturday, August 25 to grab his second American-Canadian Tour (ACT) win of the season. MacDonald took the lead from polesitter Evan Hallstrom of Northfield, VT on lap 52 and held off multiple challenges from Williamstown, VT’s Jimmy Hebert to score the ACT season sweep at Oxford Plains Speedway.

MacDonald started 11th on the grid and steadily worked his way through the field, getting to the top spot barely a third of the way into the event. The result broke a tie with Joey Polewarcyk Jr. to give MacDonald the most ACT Late Model Tour wins at Oxford.
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MacDonald Scores Season Sweep at Oxford to Tighten Championship Chase

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MacDonald Scores Season Sweep at Oxford to Tighten Championship Chase

Oxford, ME – Rowley, MA’s Eddie “The Outlaw” MacDonald controlled the second half of the Oxford Plains 150 on Saturday, August 25 en route to his second American-Canadian Tour (ACT) win of the season. MacDonald took the lead from polesitter Evan Hallstrom of Northfield, VT on lap 52 and held off several challenges from Williamstown, VT’s Jimmy Hebert to score the ACT season sweep at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Hebert finished second followed by Hallstrom in third. Max Dolliver and Rowland Robinson Jr. rounded out the top-5. Both MacDonald and Hebert made significant gains on Milton, VT’s Scott Payea after the point leader was involved in two separate incidents and relegated to a 10th-place result.
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Bouvrette Rides the Rim to Bacon Bowl Win at Chaudiere

Bouvrette Rides the Rim to Bacon Bowl Win at Chaudiere

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Vallée-Jct., QC – Blainville, QC’s Jonathan Bouvrette took the high road to victory at Vallée-Jct., QC’s Autodrome Chaudiere in the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) Bacon Bowl 200 on Saturday, August 18. The former Serié ACT Champion grabbed the lead on lap 81 and was never headed from there on his way to the $10,000 CAD top prize.
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